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Pasta Party & Post-Race Party

PASTA PARTY 
The pasta party is held annually on the Saturday evening prior to the Marathon and other Sunday events.  The pasta party takes place in the Grand Ballroom of the Monterey Marriott (2nd floor).


There are two sittings, one at 4:30 PM and one at 5:30 PM. 

Tickets can be purchased for $25 per person either during the registration process, at the Expo, or at the door.  If you don't purchase tickets when you register, you can email sally@bsim.org to arrange to buy tickets at any time prior to race weekend.  Be sure to include what time you'd like to attend and how many tickets you'd like to purchase.  The cost for these will be added to your account on file at Active.com.

The pasta party menu includes:

  • Tossed salad
  • Kashi salad
  • Fruit salad
  • Chicken
  • Pasta
  • Marinara or meat sauce
  • Artichokes
  • Asparagus
  • Bread
  • Fresh fruit
  • Juice, water or beer
  • Pineapple upside-down cake

In addition to live entertainment, there is a t-shirt swap, contest (oldest shirt), giveaways, random prize drawings and more.

 

               

Pasta Party

Pasta Party

Pasta Party

POST-RACE PARTY 

The post-race party is held race day evening from 4:30 to 7:30 PM in the Grand Ballroom of the Monterey Marriott.

Tickets can be purchased for $25 per person in conjunction with registration, at the Expo, or at the door.  If you don't purchase tickets when you register, you can email sally@bsim.org to arrange to buy tickets at any time prior to race weekend.  Your account on file at Active.com will be charged the additional fee.

The post-race party features light refreshments, one free drink, a slide show showcasing race weekend photos, and entertainment.  There is also a no-host bar serving beer and wine.

The Big Sur Board and staff will be on hand to greet runners and walkers, along with Bart Yasso and the editors of the Runner's World Challenge.

 Post-Race Party

 

Post-Race Party         PRP3