Dancing on the Square Redwood City

August 28, 2012

Tuesdays 6:00-8:00pm, until  September 25th, at the Courthouse Square.

Everyone can join in and kick up their heels on Tuesday evenings with our free dance series, while watching – and learning! – Tango, Swing, Cha-Cha, Salsa, Waltz, Country Western, and others. The fun will begins from 6 – 8 pm, with a 30-minute demonstration, and continues on with public participation.

Vera used to be my dance teacher at the Club and she is a wonderful teacher. A lot of fun too!

Featuring free minilessons and open social dancing for all ages and all levels, no experience needed and no partner required. The community is invited to join friends, learn to dance, step out in style and have some serious fun!

Some dance nights will be accompanied by live bands. Make sure you check back to see who our performers will be!

Hot Harvest Nights in San Carlos

May 2, 2012

I am glad to say that we are at the time of year again when our “Hot Harvest Nights” starts.

Every Thursday night, May 3rd through September 13th, 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., Downtown San Carlos.

The market features 50 to 60 booths set up in the middle of the street which will be closed to trafficThis will be a chance to stroll, meet your friends and have a leisurely night enjoying the finest San Carlos has to offer. Shops and restaurants on Laurel Street will stay open late for this all-community activity. Don’t miss out!

I have enclosed some information that might be useful for you.

 

( Schedule of City Departments & Council Members – 2012 Hot Harvest Nights (Acrobat File, 71.5 kb) )

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Big Band Era San Carlos

February 16, 2012

This is a fabulous event: Lots of dancing with everyone, families, kids and of course adults are welcome. Advance Ticket purchase is required!Ticket cost ~ $10 per person
Friday, Feb. 17 ~ 7:00pm to 10:00pm

Spend a nostalgic evening dancing as you are swept back in time with music from the past. Singles and couples are invited to join us for this special evening. Refreshments and light snacks will be provided.

Call the Adult Community Center for more info at 650-802-4384.

Dance the night away.

 

Date:  2/17/2012
Time:  7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
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Crab Feed in San Carlos

February 16, 2012

Annual Crab Feed

Save the Date!  Fresh Cracked Crab
Pasta & Meatballs
Salad & Dessert
Sunday, February 26, 2012

No Host Bar at 4:30pm   ~   Dinner at 5:30pm

It’s the Annual Friends of San Carlos Adult Community Center fundraiser at the Adult Community Center to benefit Senior programs.

The no-host wine & beer bar opens at 4:30pm with the delicious dinner following at 5:30pm.

Cost is at $39 per person.

Tickets are now on sale at the ACC Front Desk.  Please call 650-802-4384 for more information.

This is an awesome event with lots of fresh crab that is cooked to perfection by our own chef, Bruce. Thank you volunteers for all you do.
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San Carlos Elder Care Resource Fair Tomorrow

January 27, 2012

 

 

Elder Care Resource Fair
      A Community Education Event For Older Adults and their Loved Ones

What
     Workshops, demonstrations, information, and resources for elders and their loved ones.

When
     Saturday, January 28, 2012
     10:00 am to 3:00 pm
     Refreshments & lunch sponsored by Sequoia Healthcare District

Where
     
San Carlos Adult Community Center
     601 Chestnut Street, San Carlos

Pre-Registration Required
     Pre-Registration is required to receive a ticket to the Fair and Free Lunch.
     You can pre-register at the San Carlos Adult Community Center, 601 Chestnut Street

The Event
Please join us at the San Carlos Adult Community Center for a day of education, resources and support at the San Carlos Elder Care Resource Fair. 

This event will bring our community together to educate both old and young of some of the future decisions that needs to be made as a family and what options are available in our area.

Learning about your options before a dire need occurs helps to create a better outcome.  Your participation at this event helps us make life better for our older adults in San Carlos.

The day will showcase exhibitors and feature three breakout rooms with six speakers on differnet subjects of interest to the attendees.

More Info
     Please call or email:
     Beverly Bouma                                Lori Palmatier
     bbouma@cityofsancarlos.org       events@baylaurellaw.com

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San Carlos Night of Holiday Nights

November 22, 2011

Join us on December 2nd, for our Annual Holiday Lights evening. This event is free to everyone. This event is on Laurel Street with the main music at the intersection of Cherry and Laurel. Event is from 5-8. Lighting festivities begin at 6:30. Last year’s train ride was a big hit with a line up for the children to ride the train that went through Laurel Street.

This event includes:

  • Festive Lights with a Snowfall Forecast
  • Holiday Performance by Big City Revue!
  • Music & Carolers
  • Children’s Crafts & Activities

Our restaurants and services will be open to all. Free Community Event!

 

 

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Redwood City Annual Halloween Event

October 22, 2011

With Halloween right around the corner comes Redwood City’s 15th annual Halloween Spooktakular event, taking place today, October 22nd from noon to 3 pm at Red Morton Community Center, 1120 Roosevelt Avenue in Redwood City. This is a great event for all children and families.

Kids will thrill to carnival games, proudly show off their Halloween attire in a Costume Parade at 1:30 pm, explore their way through the mysterious Monster Maze, create festive fall crafts, indulge in Transylvania Treats, enjoy lots of other fun activities, and win prizes! Redwood City’s Halloween Spooktakular is suitable for kids up to age ten – admission is just $5 per child.

The entire community is invited to bring the kids and enjoy tons of Halloween fun in a safe, creative, and festive family Halloween atmosphere. More information is available online at www.redwoodcityevents.com, or by calling 650-780-7311. It’ll be a spooky good time for the whole family to enjoy!

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Hot Harvest Nights San Carlos

May 2, 2011

A fun time every summer with Hot Harvest Nights in San Carlos. A great place for flower buffs, fresh produce, home made food, etc… Good for everyone! Located in the 700 block of Laurel Street in downtown San Carlos. They also provide musical entertainment. Stores stay open throughout the entire area. No dogs are allowed! Photo compliments of Barbara Bell!

 
 

 

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Reminder for our San Carlos Crab Feed this evening.

February 27, 2011

Just a friendly reminder of our Crab Feed tonight. I will be volunteering there this evening. If you are around stop in. Our big event at the Community Center is this Annual Crab Feed. For more information of last year’s you can go back to my 2010 information on this event. The times and dates are all that has changed.

Please come and join us on Sunday, February 27, 2011 at 4:30 for a No Host Bar and 5:30 for Dinner that will be served. Fresh cracked crab, pasta, meatballs, salad and dessert.

Please come and support our local senior center at 601 Chestnut Street. For tickets or more information please call 650-802-4384.

Bring your bib and enjoy!

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San Carlos & Belmont Mother’s Club

January 31, 2011

The San Carlos/Belmont Mothers’ Club was founded in 1990 and our mission continues to be “Mothers Helping Mothers.” The purpose of our Club is to provide support, education and friendship to fellow moms. Developing a network of other mothers going through the same life experiences enables us to share our feelings and ideas in hopes of gaining more confidence and a better understanding of our roles as mothers.

Our club is primarily geared for mothers of children from 0-5 years of age. Many expecting mothers join as well. The mothers’ club is a great place to connect with other moms and to find resources, referrals and get involved. We are very active in our communities and donate one third of our dues collected to local charities that support mothers and children.

We usually meet on the third Thursday of each month from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Twin Pines Senior and Community Center, 20 Twin Pines Lane in Belmont. Meeting topics vary, but include guest speakers and social events. You can drop in on one meeting to check it out before joining. Dads and kids are always welcome at our general meetings.

In addition to an active online community we have a variety of activities and sub groups that our members enjoy.

  • playgroups
  • babysitting co-op
  • in-a-pinch meal service
  • volunteer opportunities
  • family events
  • children’s outing
  • camping trips

We also send a monthly newsletter to all of our members. The newsletter includes a calendar of events, tips and interesting articles as well as general information about the club. We offer advertising for local businesses in the newsletter. For more information about advertising, contact us at advertising@scbmc.org or download more information.

Dues are $40 per year or $70 if you sign up for 2 years at-a-time. We have a rolling membership roster.

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