Pacifica Moose Family Center 776 Bradford Way, Pacifica, CA94044 Pacifica Moose Family Center operates as a meeting space for Loyal Order of the Moose members. Located in beautiful…More Pacifica, the center hosts special events, general meetings and parties for members. The center is also home to Women of the Moose, Chapter 1595.
Pacifica Community Center 540 Crespi Dr, Pacifica, CA94044 Pacifica Community Center is a community programming venue located in Pacifica. The center is used for a variety of…More community events, both public and private. Public programming includes dance and fitness classes held in the facility's dance studio, art classes, community performances and general recreation. The facility is available for rental for wedding receptions, corporate events, parties and fundraisers. The center includes an industrial kitchen. A $50 deposit is required in order to complete a booking.
Pacifica Resource Center 1809 Palmetto Ave, Pacifica, CA94044 The Pacifica Resource Center aims to aid Pacificans in need, whether it be through free groceries, housing assistance or…More financial support and advice. It is a project of San Francisco-based Tides Center, which provides fiscal, back-office and legal support for social justice-oriented nonprofits across the country. If there's something the center can't provide, however, it also functions as a focal point for county, state and federal safety net programs. Fresh produce and baked goods are donated to the center by Safeway, the Pacifica Farmers Market and Pacifica Gardens and are available for free to the public via appointment or drop-in. Someone seeking financial or housing assistance must be approved based on family size and income level.
Oddstad Park and Cultural Arts Center 1050 Crespi Dr, Pacifica, CA94044 Oddstad Park has a playground, some grassy areas and benches, perfect for grilling outdoors. It's also the home of the…More playhouse and performing arts school of the local Pacifica Spindrift Players.
Westside Baptist Church 390 Inverness Dr, Pacifica, CA94044 Perched high in the hills of Pacifica's Manor District, Westside Baptist Church aims both locally and…More internationally with its ministry. At several times during the week, congregation members from Pacifica and surrounding areas can participate in music-rich services and Bible studies, or participate abroad through missions run by the World Bank. Westside Baptist's doctrine is fundamental and centered on the Bible.
Sanchez Fields, also known as Sanchez School Athletic Fields, are primarily used by schools and athletic teams for…More practice. A small baseball diamond and soccer field make up the majority of the park's grassy space. </p>
<p>The Sanchez Art Center shares a parking lot with the park. Several arts-focused organizations are housed within the center, including Art Guild of Pacifica, several studio artists, the Mildred Owen Concert Hall and Pacifica Performances, and Stephen Johnson Photography. </p>
Pacifica's wing of the oldest and largest fraternity in world, the Masons of the Coastside Masonic Lodge are engaged…More in the community whether it's through philanthropic, volunteer, education or administrative conduits. </p>
<p>They play an active role in Pacifica's annual Fog Fest, sponsor charities and events around the community, and of course hold many members-only meetings, picnics and dinners throughout the year. The Masons of California, of which the Coastside center is one arm, provide need-based college scholarships to high school students who demonstrate a high academic propensity. </p>
The Senior Services department of the City of Pacifica was founded in 1988 and is a subset of Pacifica's Department…More of Parks, Beaches and Recreation. </p>
<p>The center features a card and game room, a ceramics room with two kilns, a computer lab, a quilting room and a barber shop, open every other Monday, where seniors can get their hair cut by appointment.</p>
<p>Any of the members of Senior Services may also sell crafts, jewelry or clothing they make, in the gift shop. Part of each sale goes to support the center while the rest goes to each seller as commission. </p>
<p>The center also offers a variety of classes, support groups and games to its members, including yoga, aerobics, music, creative writing, grief support groups, jewelry making, stained glass making and bingo. Computer literacy courses are also available for a small fee.</p>
<p>Pacifica's Meals On Wheels program is run through Senior Services. Call the center for more details about volunteering for the program or receiving Meals On Wheels. </p>
<p>In addition to funding received from the city, the center raises money through sales throughout the year, and a standing stock of artwork and antiques for sale in the lobby of Pacifica Community Center, where the center is housed. </p>
Oceanview Church of Christ is located a few blocks from the Pacific Ocean in Pacifica's Sharp Park neighborhood. Its…More grounds are well-kept and the building in which the church is housed is modern, with a large parking lot for its congregation out back. </p>
<p>Worship services are on Sundays at 11am and 1pm. Bible classes for all ages precede Sunday services at 10am, but a second weekly class is held at 7pm on Wednesdays. Services rely heavily on singing and praying as means of worship, along with a Bible-centered sermon midservice. </p>
Fairmont West Park is dominated by a soccer field and an asphalt basketball court, marking it as an area primarily…More designed for sports. However, the Fairmont West Child Care Center and preschool, which provides full-day childcare and preschool, makes it home there. A lack of tree cover in Fairmont West make this one of the sunniest parks in the city. Dogs are allowed on leashes. </p>
Antolino Family Wellness Center 80 Eureka Sq, Pacifica, CA94044 The Antolino Family Wellness Center is a nonprofit organization working to cultivate "harmony within families,…More communities and private and public agencies." The center offers a Youth and Children's Program, a Domestic Harmony Program, a Parenting Program and an Anger Cessation Program. These programs are available to adults and children of any age. The Antolino Family Wellness Center also hosts an annual open house for prospective clients, as well as a rummage sale held one weekend in March each year.