Briefs: Nominations sought for Woodside citizen of the yearThe Woodside School PTA is seeking nominations for Citizen of the Year, a person in the community who has made significant contributions to the well-being of children.
The person named will be honored at the 90th annual Woodside May Day Parade, to be held Saturday, May 5. This year's theme is "Viva Woodside" as the parade falls on Cinco de Mayo.
April 15 is the deadline for nominations.
Email woodsideCOY@yahoo.com to submit nominations, or pick up a form in the Woodside School office. Include the name of the person to be nominated, a short description of why this person should be honored, and your name and phone number.
Steve Frank, assistant principal at Woodside Elementary School, will be this year's parade grand marshal. The Royal Court, chosen from the kindergarten class at Woodside Elementary, will include King Colin Johnson, Queen Klara Hachigian-Kruetzer, princes George Krikorian and Julian Sheehan, and princesses Madi McCauley and Jaclyn Abbey.
For more information, contact May Day chair Kassia Kingsley at 415-602-8290.
Artists in the garden show
Bellefleur Garden Design will present an "Artists in the Garden" show from 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, April 21 and 22, at 1352 Orange Ave. in Menlo Park.
The outdoor show will feature Garden Faces by Susie Howell, mosaics by Kathleen McCabe-Martin, and works by "Tile Muralist" Simone Archer. Benches, fountains, clay murals and sculptures, birdbaths, fused glass, garden wall hangings, and more will be for sale.
There will be wine and cheese tasting at the free event.