30th Crab Feed tickets on sale at Los Altos History Museum

By December 21, 2016May 25th, 2017Press Releases

Los Altos, CA – A Community Event:

Saturday, February 4, 2017


  • St. William, 611 S. El Monte, Los Altos
  • Public ticket sales start January 10, 2017: $95/person for LAHM members, $110 per person for non-members
  • All you can eat crab, salad, bread and dessert

Los Altos, CA – The Los Altos History Museum, will open its ticket sales to the community beginning January 15, for the annual Crab Feed. The Museum encourages new residents and other community to join in the great food, great company and great Live and Silent Auctions. Fun activities include:

  • Pre-dinner no-host cocktail hour
  • All you can eat crab, salad, French bread, desert, coffee plus a no-host cash wine and beer bar
  • Live Auction with Lenny Broberg, auctioneer extraordinaire
  • Speedy new checkout –no more standing in lines
  • Silent Auction featuring theme baskets with goodies donated by Los Altos merchants
  • Reserve your place –a chance to dine at private homes in the Los Altos/Los Altos Hills community and other unique entertainments

Each year the Crab Feed raises funds for a specific project to enhance visitor experience at the Los Altos History Museum through “Raise the Paddle.”  This year’s dedicated fundraising is for reimagining the lighting for the patio between the Museum and the J. Gilbert Smith House. Currently the patio is a very popular venue for evening weddings and other special events. The new lighting design makes the patio a more welcoming space for these and additional evening community events. Targeted fundraising goal is $25,000.

Tickets may be purchased online on January 10, 2017. Reservations cannot be taken in advance of this date.https://losaltoshistory.org/events/annual-crab-feed-auction-2/

Or call the info line 650-948-9427 or hello@losaltoshistory.org

“The Los Altos History Museum is a local treasure. By publicizing the Crab Feed to non-members, we hope to gain new supporters and introduce then to a long-standing Los Altos tradition,” says Marilyn Henderson, Board President. “We are proud that this event is still going strong for 30 years!”

The annual Crab Feed supports the Los Altos History Museum, dedicated to preserving and sharing local history to enrich our community and to shape a more informed future. The Museum and J. Gilbert Smith House are open Thursday through Sunday, from noon-4pm and are located at 51 South San Antonio Road, Los Altos, CA 94022. The gardens, outdoor agricultural exhibits and picnic area are accessible beyond Museum hours.


Media Contact:    Marketing@losaltoshistory.org