Square Peg Foundation
Shop New Leaf Market in Half Moon Bay THIS THURSDAY
January 26, 2012! 
                      5% of the day's sales 
            will benefit Square Peg Foundation
Stock up on local and organic food 
and support square peg programs.
C'mon by and visit, 
we will be at the store all day! 
150 San Mateo Rd  (corner of Hwy 1 & Rt 92)
Half Moon Bay, CA 94019 
Now is the time to buy your tickets
 to this winter's very best party!
  Don't miss the chance to hear LUCE, Megan Slankard, Special Guests 
plus Premium Food and Wine.  
Tickets are available NOW at www.hosv.org
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Square Peg in the News!
The press has taken a bit of notice with some lovely stories about our slice of paradise. 
 Read on: 
Master of Ceremonies Peter Finch of KGO Radio profiled Square Peg on his award winning "Fog Files" Click here to listen to the interview.
Everyone fits 
Donate an Item to the 
Event's Silent Auction
We're looking for special
 one-of-a-kind items for 
our live and silent auction. 
Click here for the donation form.
Food for thought:  "The problem with pounding a square peg into a round hole is not that the hammering is hard work. 
It's that you're destroying the peg."
- Paul Collins
get your tickets now - they won't last

The Heart of Silicon Valley has chosen Square Peg to be the beneficiary of their Spring Concert Event featuring LUCE, Megan Slankard and surprise guests! 

Hosted at the beautiful Montalvo Arts Center in the Carriage House Theater, the historic Mediterranean-style villa and its gardens are a Bay Area treasure. 

LUCE's first album earned them a Bammy for best debut album, and launched them on a career of thirty-three  national tours, as well as song credits in major motion pictures and television shows. 

You are invited to see this amazing band up close and personal in a spectacular setting. Proceeds benefit Square Peg!
Our mission is to encourage, empower and engage people with a passion for worthy causes
 through the sharing of music and community.

HorseRacing blogger Susan Salk tells the story of how Square Peg came to be.  Read her post here