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Muir Beach Volunteer Firemen’s Barbecue
May 28 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pmFree – $30
The 49th Annual Muir Beach Volunteer Firemen’s Barbecue returns on Sunday, May 28 from noon to 5 pm in Santos Meadows. Enjoy delicious food, fantastic live music, tasty craft beers, premium wine, and a whole lot of fun for the family. The Firemen’s Barbecue is a festive gathering and fundraiser for the Muir Beach Volunteer Fire Department and a favorite Memorial Day Weekend tradition in Marin. Keeping the nearly-50-year tradition going, local favorites Andre Pessis and his All-Stars will be back to get the spirited crowd on the dance floor with their classic rock and R&B tunes. Pardon the Interruption, a 4-piece energetic Bay Area band will kick off the afternoon playing upbeat funk, rock, soul, reggae, and blues.
Muir Beach firefighters and community members tend to smoky grills. Barbecue chicken and vegetarian tamale lunches, handmade desserts, sodas, beer, and wine will be available for purchase, as are clothing and other items featuring the famous Muir Beach Volunteer Fire Department’s iconic dog logo. The day’s activities end with a raffle of dozens of wonderful prizes, including fantastic accommodations and gift certificates from popular Bay Area and beyond restaurants and attractions.
The Annual Firemen’s Barbecue is a fundraiser for the Muir Beach Volunteer Fire Department and donations and purchases of merchandise, food, beverages, and raffle tickets are encouraged and appreciated. Parking is $30 per vehicle; carpooling is encouraged. There is a suggested donation of $10 for walk-in and bike-in attendees. For further details, please call (415) 235-6458 or check out muirbeachfire.com/bbq.
About the Muir Beach Volunteer Fire Department:
Muir Beach Volunteer Firefighters embody the essence of what makes Muir Beach great; the spirit of community, the willingness to step up and volunteer, and the desire to help others with no expectation for reward other than knowing that their actions make a difference. Muir Beach Volunteer Fire Department has been in operation for 50 years. They are a team of dedicated Muir Beach residents who train to be ready to step forward in emergencies. Whether it’s a fire or medical call, they are often first on the scene to respond and offer crucial support to Marin County firefighters.
They rely on individual donations and the fundraising support of the community for their ongoing training and equipment needs.