Join the Conversation – Bicycle Safety on New E. 28th Avenue Segment
Interested in learning more about bicycle safety on E. 28th Avenue between El Camino Real and S. Delaware Street?
Join Public Works and Caltrain project planners to discuss bike safety improvements to our City’s newest road as we work toward the completion of the 25th Grade Separation Project.
Feedback from the community helps us to achieve our shared goals of improved safety for all.
June 30, 2021 at 6 p.m. Register at: www.bit.ly/BikesJune30.
Come join us and learn about the basics of building your own personal computer. In this brief introduction to PC building, you will learn about computer hardware, the necessary tools to building a PC, the benefits and drawbacks of PC building, and much more.
This program is only for students in 9th-12th grade.
Get a lively overview of local LGBT+ history, from LGBT students at Stanford from 1911 on, to the boom and bust of gay-oriented businesses, to the opening of the first Pride Center. Includes a brief history of San Mateo's B Street and Sassy's. Presented by Michael Flanagan, a Menlo Park Library reference librarian and history columnist for the Bay Area Reporter.
Join us on Wednesdays for a special in-person storytime in the park! Please remember to bring your own floor covering and sun protection. Masks are required for all over the age of 2 regardless of vaccination status. We’ve expanded the attendee limit, so register in advance for your spot.
Explore yoga-inspired movement and mindfulness practices for kids as young as preschool. Instruction is provided by a Stories, Songs & Stretches Trained Facilitator, not a registered Yoga instructor. Adult caregiver must be present at all times. Participants should bring their own mat. Registration is required.