Weekly Digest

April 30, 2018 - This week's stories

 • Menlo Park Gymnasts compete at Regional Championships 
 • Mark your calendar for Bike to Work Day  
 • Seniors learn basics of emergency preparedness 
 • Input needed on Oak Grove Bike Lanes
 • Kite day features petting zoo, bounce house and more!


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May 1 to May 7
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Menlo Park Gymnasts compete at Regional Championships

Do you ever wonder what happens at Menlo Park Gymnastics? In addition to preschool classes and level classes, we also have a competitive girls’ team and boys’ team. Our teams compete in local competitions and our athletes are very talented! Just recently Noah Kim competed at the...Click to continue

Menlo Park Gymnasts compete at Regional Championships

Mark your calendar for Bike to Work Day 

Bike to Work Day is Thursday, May 10, 2018. Join the fun as the Bay Area bikes to work together as part of National Bike Month in May. Biking is a great way to avoid traffic congestion, get exercise, save money and have fun! In the morning, energizer stations will be set up throughout the Bay Area to help fuel your journey, generously sponsored...Click to continue

Mark your calendar for Bike to Work Day

Seniors learn basics of emergency preparedness 

The Menlo Park Senior Center, in collaboration with Center for Independence of Individuals with Disabilities, held its second annual emergency preparedness for seniors on Tuesday, April 24. The crowd of over 120 seniors and community members packed the Senior Center's dining hall to listen to...Click to continue

Seniors learn basics of emergency preparedness

World tour brings South Korean storyteller to Menlo Park

Korea's first contemporary professional storyteller is on her international "K-Storytelling" tour, and will be stopping in Menlo Park on May 2 to share Korean tales and culture for all ages. Seung Ah Kim is Korea's first contemporary professional storyteller, and the founder of Arirang Storytelling concert. She is now on her “K-Culture Storytelling World Tour,” with the goal of sharing Korean stories & culture with...Click to continue

World tour brings South Korean storyteller to Menlo Park

Input needed on Oak Grove Bike Lanes

The Oak Grove bicycle lanes trial period is coming to an end and the City needs your feedback on next steps. The bike lane improvements were installed in September 2017 as part of a one-year trial period. The City is currently conducting an end-trial data analysis to make recommendations to the City Council on whether to...Click to continue

Input needed on Oak Grove Bike Lanes

Kite day features petting zoo, bounce house and more!

Come out to Menlo Park’s annual Kite Day and enjoy a breezy afternoon full of fun for the whole family on May 5, 2018 from Noon-3 p.m. Watch hundreds of kites fill the Menlo Park sky with gorgeous views of the San Francisco Bay. Volunteers from the Menlo Park Kiwanis will help barbecue hotdogs, while City staff and volunteers will help...Click to continue

Kite Day features petting zoo, bounce house and more!

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