redwood city events: Food for Fines: Clear Redwood City library fines with a food donation - 12/17/12 05:34 AM
Food for Fines
This month Redwood City public libraries are offering the chance to clear your library fines by donating food to those in need. Bring non-perishable food items to one of the participating libraries (listed below) before the end of December to take advantage of this offer. All food collected will be donated to Second Harvest Food Bank. A few guidelines:
Food must be in store-sealed cans, boxes, or plastic containers within its expiration date. No glass containers, perishable food, or open containers. Good for library fines and hold fees only (not valid for lost or damaged items). Valid only … (5 comments)

redwood city events: At Home on the San Francisco Peninsula: The Third Place - 01/13/11 01:37 PM

Where’s your Third Place?  Here on the San Francisco Peninsula Rosalind Kutler wants your Third Place to be the library!  No, not 3rd place like the red ribbon in a competition kind of third place.  She means the third place you can regularly go to (at Home being the first place and at Work the second) and “chill” for awhile, like Cheers,  a place “where everybody knows your name”.  Not that they’re setting up a bar in the library!  Rosalind, Adult Services and Programming Librarian for the Redwood City Public Library,  considers the library’s Third Place role to be one … (5 comments)

redwood city events: Wordless Wednesday: Does this count as a car pool? - 11/03/10 02:58 PM

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redwood city events: The Race to Nowhere - 10/30/10 11:55 AM
This morning I was perusing the upcoming events for November in Redwood City http://www.redwoodcity.org/events and came upon this documentary movie screening:
Race to Nowhere, showing Tuesday, Novemeber 2, 7 pm at the Redwood City Veterans Memorial Senior Center Theater
Hmmm... sounded interesting, so I looked it up on line http://www.racetonowhere.com  After watching the trailer, I was hooked!  For anyone who has school age kids, or knows someone who has school age kids (that should include just about everybody), this looks like a movie with a strong message for all of us!  Director, Vicki Abeles, a self-proclaimed novice in the film industry, … (5 comments)

redwood city events: Wordless Wednesday: Open House? - 10/27/10 06:24 AM

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redwood city events: REDWOOD CITY Halloween Fun! - 10/22/10 08:51 AM

 
 
 
Redwood City’s Halloween Spooktacular,
geared for families with younger children is
October 23rd at Red Morton Community Center. 
For more information go to
http://www.redwoodcity.org/parks/Spooktakular.htm
 
 
 
 
 
 
Neighboring Menlo Park’s Halloween Hoopla will be on
October 31st.  It starts at Burgess Recreation Center and
ends at Fremont Park. 
For more information, call 330-2200.
 
 
For the older crowd, check out the Santana tribute band Zebop!
 
and Liquid Sky, a Jimi Hendrix tribute band,
at the Fox Theater in Downtown Redwood City on October 29th at 8:00 … (2 comments)

redwood city events: Under the Big Top in Redwood City - 10/12/10 02:04 PM
Look for the big tent next to the Redwood City Main Library at 1044 Middlefield Road from October 15th through October 24th!  Zoppé, an Italian Family Circus, will be dazzling audiences with spectacular two-hour performances that will enthrall all!  Tickets for matinee and evening performances are available at http://www.redwoodcity.org/events/zoppe.html. For more information about the Zoppe Italian Family Circus, go to http://zoppe.net. And when you're looking for more fun entertainment ideas, go to www.facebook.com/gettoknowredwoodcity. … (4 comments)

redwood city events: REDWOOD CITY History and Horses! - 10/08/10 06:44 AM
The Redwood City community is invited to join Mayor Jeff Ira in honoring Redwood City's rich historical heritage Wednesday, October 13 at 5:30 pm when a commemorative sculpture and historical information kiosk will be dedicated in the plaza in front of Wells Fargo Bank at 1900 Broadway (corner of Main and Broadway), kicking off Redwood City's new Path of History program. The kiosk and sculpture mark the first completed stop on the self-guided Path of History walking tour and are located across the street from the former site of the Wells Fargo Express Office that was active in Redwood City from … (4 comments)

redwood city events: E-Waste Drop Off this Weekend in REDWOOD CITY - 10/07/10 10:56 AM
Redwood City Public Communications Manager Malcolm Smith has also announced a free e-waste clean up event benefitting Redwood City's Fair Oaks Branch Library this Saturday and Sunday, October 9th and 10th, 9-4 pm at the Fair Oaks Library parking lot, 2600 Middlefield Road.
Just drive in and drop off your old electronics, working or not, for free!  And know you're helping in 2 ways:
1. You're helping keep e-waste out of our landfills and helping recycle. Currently less than 10% of e-waste is being properly dismantled or recycled .
2. The proceeds from recycling the e-waste will go to … (1 comments)

redwood city events: REDWOOD CITY Hazardous Waste Drop Off - 10/07/10 10:24 AM
According to Malcolm Smith, Public Communications Manager for Redwood City,
San Mateo County's Environmental Health Division is holding a household hazardous waste collection event in Redwood City this Saturdary, October 9th, from 8:30 to 12 noon at 1400 Broadway (Public Works Services parking lot) in Redwood City.  You can drop off a variety of household hazardous materials at no charge, and you must make an appointment by going online  at www.smhealth.org/hhw or calling  650-363-4718 (choose option 3). 
Redwood City and all San Mateo County Residents may drop off a full range of household hazardous waste at this collection event, including:
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