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"Kite Day in Menlo"
Kite Day at Menlo Park's Bedwell Bayfront Park on Saturday, May 2, 2015. Kite Day is an annual event that draws 100s of people, adults and children alike. Submitted by Jim Lewis on May 3, 2015
June 1: Fashion show, luncheon benefits Colon Cancer Alliance
"Inside Anne's Closet," a fashion show, luncheon and benefit for the nonprofit Colon Cancer Alliance, will be held Wednesday, June 1, at the Rosewood Sand Hill hotel in Menlo Park. Tuesday, 4:52 PM
Portola Valley celebrates the horse on May 28-29
Portola Valley's third annual Celebration of the Horse will be spread out over two days on Memorial Day weekend with a group ride planned for Saturday morning, May 28, followed by a Horse Fair on Sunday afternoon, May 29. Tuesday, 2:40 PM
Dr. Seuss comes alive in Woodside June 1-4
Woodside School eighth-graders will stage the musical "Seussical Jr." June 1-4 at the new Sellman Pavilion, named after George Sellman, who launched this musical tradition in 1957. Tuesday, 2:19 PM
Feel the 'Burn'
Oshman Family JCC Director of Jewish Innovation, Joel Stanley, plans to bring some of the inspiring energy and creative spirit of Burning Man to Palo Alto's celebration of the Jewish holiday Lag B'Omer on May 26, when the JCC will hold its first-ever "Burning Mensch." Thursday, 7:38 AM