The PB Town Council is kicking off our “2020: Year of the Police” campaign with a t-shirt fundraiser to support our 2020 PAESAN efforts in purchasing wish list items for our SDPD Northern Division police officers. Get your shirt HERE and march with PBTC and SDPD at the PB Holiday Parade on December 14 to show community support for our police officers! Thanks to artist Keaven Matty for the amazing design and organizer Andie LaComb for putting this together so quickly.
Join your friends and neighbors at everyone’s favorite Greek and vegetarian restaurant on November 26. For only $33 (cash only, includes tax and tip) you’ll enjoy a delicious four-course meal and non-alcoholic beverage.
Download the flyer for details and be sure to reserve by November 19.
Join your friends and neighbors on October 29 for a true gourmet experience at a perennial favorite Dine Out spot.
Download the flyer for details (hint: includes words like escargot, shrimp, ratatouille, steak, salmon and Bearnaise) and be sure to reserve by October 22.
Public Safety Town Hall. Meet the new Guardian Angels PB chapter starting up citizen patrols soon. And Q&A with SDPD’s Homeless Outreach Team and Neighborhood Policing Division.
Law enforcement guests from SDPD include LT Pich, LT Rivera, Acting Captain Matt Novak, LT Lisa McKean, and Officer Larry Hesselgesser. Wednesday, Oct. 16, 6:30pm, Crown Point Elementary auditorium, 4033 Ingraham St.
Instead of a regular PBTC meeting in September, PBTC is hosting a mayoral debate on September 18, 6:00pm, at the Mission Bay High School auditorium, 2475 Grand Ave. Doors open at 5:00pm.
Firehouse American Eatery hosted last year’s PBTC Wine Tasting fundraiser and now they’re hosting our September Dine Out. It’s right next door to Fire Station 21. Yelp says “Good drinks, good food, great service! And a beautiful view!”
So make plans to meet us there on September 24th (reserve by 9/17). We’ll be upstairs on the outdoor patio starting at 5pm with dinner to be served at 6pm.