July 22, 2017
June 10 - June 18
Explore the effects of modern-day slavery in the Bay Area. Learn how to recognize it, protect your children, and work to prevent it in our own neighborhoods. Various events and activities taking place at the San Mateo County Fair - download the printable pdf file for event details and more information.
June 10, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
The City of San Mateo and the San Mateo County Fair Spring into Summer with a San Mateo City and County Fair parade, kicking off the San Mateo County Fair on Saturday, June 10th at 10:00 am.
The San Mateo community is invited to participate in the mile-long parade extravaganza of floats, bands, and festivities sponsored by the City of San Mateo and San Mateo County Fair. May 10th is the deadline to apply for parade participation.
June 10 - 12:00 AM
Starting June 1st, Tweens in 5th-8th grade can stop by the Library to pick up their Downtown San Mateo Scavenger Hunt Packet. Search around Downtown to identify the items in the packet and return them by July 8th for a chance to win a variety of gift certificates.
June 10, 10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Stories and rhymes for children up to age 3, accompanied by a participating adult.
May 1 - June 30 @ Art Gallery, 1st Floor
Kids & Art teams up professional artists with families facing pediatric cancer for free art workshops at treatment centers and unique destinations for creativity. Together they use art as healing to empower, encourage, and create memorable experiences. This exhibit, "Spring into Hope" was designed to give cancer-stricken children an immersive experience, an opportunity to feel what it is like to show their art in a public gallery space. Forging a connection between separate worlds and separate works, the art speaks to the bonds that are at the heart of the Kids & Art experience. The art on display is created by children ages 5 to 25.
May 2 - June 30 @ Display Case, 2nd Floor
Mary Adam is a multi-talented San Mateo artist who works in many artistic mediums, including photography, painting, printmaking and encaustic. This display of her work features several vibrant encaustic pieces on wood, as well as two handmade art books. In her own words, “I’ve always looked closely at all things around me. And the more I’ve cropped my gaze, the closer I’ve come to feeling the inner rhythm of those objects. My work can be organic, chaotic, orderly, unpredictable, tangled and harmonic. Whatever the medium, my goal is to hopefully express that rhythm for all to hear.”
June 1 - August 31 @ San Mateo Public Libraries
Pick up a log at any San Mateo Public Library. Read 5 books and write a brief review for each book and complete 6 activities. Turn in your log to any San Mateo Public Library by August 31 and earn some great prizes! For grades 9-12.
June 10, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM @ Computer Lab, 3rd Floor