Town Square

Post a New Topic

Old Woodside Store Day on Sunday

Original post made by Richard Hine, managing editor of The Almanac, on May 2, 2007

History buffs of all ages can time-travel back to the 1880s on Sunday, May 6, from noon to 4 p.m. at the annual Old Woodside Store Day, at 3300 Tripp Road in Woodside.
Participants can take wagon rides behind really big horses, cut shingles or try a two-man saw, make rag dolls and twine rope, and churn butter and ice cream. There will be pie-eating and seed-spitting contests. And refreshments.
For information, call the San Mateo County Historical Association at 299-0104; or go to historysmc.org and click on event calendar.

Comments

There are no comments yet. Please share yours below.

Don't miss out on the discussion!
Sign up to be notified of new comments on this topic.

Email:


Post a comment

Posting an item on Town Square is simple and requires no registration. Just complete this form and hit "submit" and your topic will appear online. Please be respectful and truthful in your postings so Town Square will continue to be a thoughtful gathering place for sharing community information and opinion. All postings are subject to our TERMS OF USE, and may be deleted if deemed inappropriate by our staff.

We prefer that you use your real name, but you may use any "member" name you wish.

Name: *

Select your neighborhood or school community: * Not sure?

Comment: *

Verification code: *
Enter the verification code exactly as shown, using capital and lowercase letters, in the multi-colored box.

*Required Fields

Mixx, Scott's Seafood replacement, opens in Mountain View
By Elena Kadvany | 8 comments | 2,790 views

Ten Steps to Get Started with Financial Aid
By John Raftrey and Lori McCormick | 3 comments | 1,791 views

All Parking Permits Should Have a Fee
By Steve Levy | 23 comments | 1,583 views

Repeating and “You” Sentences
By Chandrama Anderson | 4 comments | 980 views

It’s Not About The Officer Or The Mom—It’s About All Of Us
By Erin Glanville | 6 comments | 457 views