Shirley Temple at the Cow Palace

Today marks a year after the world lost the iconic Shirley Temple.

“When many think of Shirley Temple, they imagine a bright-eyed, spirited little darling with curly hair and an endearing smile..or maybe just the beverage. Regardless, Shirley Temple, had a life that far exceeded her childhood acting career and many of her achievements, though not widely known, are worth acknowledging.

Shirley Temple began acting at the young age of 3 and retired completely from films at 22 in 1950. She peaked in her performance career before her thirteenth birthday, and though her later work didn’t attract the attention and acclaim as films like “Bright Eyes” or “The Little Princess”, she remained an small, eternal light that shone through the Depression, giving hope to film-goers across the country.

However, Shirley Temple remained an active public servant throughout the remaining 64 years of her life. Whether appearing in pop culture, running for public office, or raising breast cancer awareness, there is still much that fans don’t realize about the child star from her signature style and career through her lesser known adulthood.”

And one little known fact:She and her daughter Lori visited The Beatles backstage at The Cow Palace at the start of their 1964 North American tour.

Beatles, Shirley Temple Black & daughter Lori (Rm17) August 1964

*via The Examiner



Bay Area American Indian Two Spirits Powwow TODAY at the Cow Palace!

Free, public event from 1030AM to 6PM.
FREE Parking.
Located at the Cow Palace lower building, in BAYS E & F.


Discover the Dinosaurs starts today!


Friday, February 6th 12 PM-9 PM
Saturday, February 7th 10 AM-8 PM
Sunday, February 8th 11 AM-6 PM

(taxes included)
Adults : $20.00(13yrs & older)
Children:$25.00 (2-12yrs)EXHIBIT PLUS
Children:$18.00 (2-12yrs)EXHIBIT ONLY
Seniors: $18.00 (65+)
Children 24months and under free

EXHIBIT PLUS includes Dinosaur Exhibit, Dino Dig, Dino Den, Dino Theater, Dino Coloring Station, Scavenger Hunt, Unlimited Dinosaurs Rides, Mini Golf, and Inflatables.

EXHIBIT ONLY includes Dinosaur Exhibit, Dino Dig, Dino Den, Dino Theater, Dino Coloring Station and Scavenger Hunt.(Individual ride tickets may be purchased for $5-$6)

NOTE: Following activities require separate tickets: Gem & Fossil Mining and Face Painting

* via Discover the Dinosaurs

B.A.A.I.T.S. Powwow – Saturday, February 7th, 2015

Come on down and check out the Bay Area American Indian Two Spirits 4th Annual Powwow!

WHEN: Saturday, February 7th, 2015
TIME: 10:30am – 6:00pm
WHERE: Cow Palace – Lower Building, Bays E & F
FREE admission and parking!*
* Bring the event flyer or an print out


* via BAAITS!events/c1dut


Sunday’s Winners for the 116th GGKC Dog Show


GCH Seacreast’s Not What You Think Breed: Newfoundland


For the list of Sunday’s winners:

* via Golden Gate Kennel Club

GGKC Dog Show “Best In Show” Saturday, Jan 24th, 2015

Best in Show has been announced for the 115th annual Golden Gate Kennel Club Dog Show! Congratulations GCH Windspirit ROD’s Amazing Grace!!!
See the details and group winners here:


* via Golden Gate Kennel Club

Get ready, GGKC Dog Show is almost here!

The Golden Gate Kennel Club Dog Show is happening THIS weekend, January 24th and 25th at the Cow Palace!

The Golden Gate Kennel Club All-Breed Dog Show features a fabulous fashion show, fantastic flyball demonstrations, and beautiful breeds. It’s a fun event for everyone, from professional breeders and handlers to casual dog lovers!

What is a benched dog show?
Benched dog shows are a rare breed (pardon the pun), with only a few still existing in the United States. They are unique because the dogs are on display throughout the show, not only during events or judging. This means that you have a chance to interact with the dogs and get to know them more personally.

January 24th and 25th, 2015.
Box Office open 8am-5pm.
Best in Show judged daily. 

The Cow Palace in Daly City, California





* via Golden Gate Kennel Club