October 17, 2022
THURSDAY, OCT 27 5:00 PM-7:00 PM
The San Marcos Chamber’s spirited mixers bring together a packed house of professionals from a variety of industries and company sizes to network, build relationships and have fun – all while checking out an exciting new location every month.
Join us Thursday, October 27th for a ton of fun! Register today! Register
THANK YOU to our wonderful partners and sponsors, awesome community & fantastic volunteers for a successful 2022 San Marcos Harvest Fest!
WEDNESDAY, OCT 19 8:00 AM-9:00 AM
Strengthen the Voice of Local Business
3rd Wednesday of Each Month
Get Connected! Enjoy coffee, great conversation, build relationships, share business tips and leads.
San Marcos Chamber Coffee Connections gives businesses the chance to expand, strengthen and build stronger business relationships in the City of San Marcos. Register
THURSDAY, OCT 20 3:00 PM
Join the San Marcos Chamber of Commerce in welcoming and celebrating the grand opening & ribbon cutting celebration for WCUI School of Medical Imaging. We are excited to have them in our community and hope you will join us for the celebration! More Info
EVERY TUESDAY 3:00 PM-7:00 PM
Beautiful open-air market which features fresh, local produce, baked goods, cheese, eggs, yogurt, fresh flowers, prepackaged foods, delicious hot foods, artisans and crafters, live music!
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department is hosting a Bike Rodeo on Sunday, October 23rd at the Boys and Girls Club of San Marcos located at 1 Positive Pl, San Marcos, CA 92069.
They will have a city simulation, helmet giveaway, free ice cream from Handel’s Ice Cream and free drinks from Starbucks. The San Marcos Fire Department will also join in on the fun! More Info
THURSDAY, NOV 1 12:00 PM-1:00PM
Join the San Marcos Chamber of Commerce for coffee and an informative and informal conversation with Superintendent of San Marcos Unified School District Dr. Andy Johnsen.
Community Connect is a FREE, public series bringing voices to the table with the latest community dialogue to keep you informed.
This series spotlights conversation with individuals and organizations in San Marcos. What’s on people’s minds about public safety, health, infrastructure, community, and current events? What strategies are individuals and organizations using to strive and thrive, and how can we work together toward a common purpose, place, past or perspective.
Connecting residents with a wealth of resources for a better tomorrow! More Info
|If you have any questions, please contact Crime Prevention Specialist Minu Le-Brown at 760-510-5254 or email@example.com|
In case you missed it…
As the voice of business in San Marcos, the San Marcos Chamber of Commerce was pleased to host a candidate forum for the 2022 Election for San Marcos Mayor and the San Marcos City Council.
This forum allowed Chamber members, business organizations, and community members the opportunity to engage and hear from candidates in a moderated conversation regarding issues important to the San Marcos business community.
|In case you missed it…The San Marcos Chamber of Commerce hosted a Virtual Candidate Forum for San Marcos Unified School Board Candidates on Wednesday, October 12th. |
This free event provided a forum that gave voters the opportunity to meet each of the attending candidates running for School Board, and learn about their positions on various school-related topics.
Voters in San Marcos Unified School District will vote for one trustee for each of the two areas.
Area C – Stephanie Carroll, Andres Ramos Martin
Area E – Stacy Carlson, Sharyl Cavellier
Go to the San Marcos Chamber of Commerce YouTube Channel to watch the replay!
|Are you looking to differentiate your business/organization while helping your community, network while building a positive reputation for your brand by helping those who could benefit from your support?|
Here is how: Invest in the CSUSM Philanthropic Investment Program
The CSUSM Senior Experience Program matches teams of five graduating business students with for-profit and non-profit organizations to complete projects. Students gain experience by working as consultants on rigorous, real-world projects that require teamwork and the application of classroom knowledge. Businesses benefit by receiving concentrated attention from bright, energetic teams that provide a fresh, independent look at their business challenge. Each student team works under the supervision of a faculty member.
The Senior Experience Program has been a hallmark of the CSUSM College of Business Administration for over 30 years, serving in excess of 2500 sponsors and 10k student graduates.
|Scare Away Hunger Peanut Butter Drive|
Did you know?1 in 5 kids faces hunger in North County
During the month of October, we encourage you to support the Scare Away Peanut Butter Drive by donating unopened jars of peanut butter to help feed local children living in poverty.
You can drop off donations at participating locations or online.
Donations benefit the North County Food Bank
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