Weekly Digest

May 28, 2018 - This week's stories

 • Downtown wine walk event to feature 14 wineries Saturday, June 2
 • Volunteers sought for Heritage Tree Task Force
 • City grants $15,000 in support of performing arts
 • Menlo Park celebrates National Public Works Week 
 • Host your next event at the Arrillaga Family Recreation Center 

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May 29 to June 4
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Downtown wine walk event to feature 14 wineries Saturday, June 2 

On Saturday, June 2 from 2–5:30 p.m., the Santa Cruz Mountains Winegrowers Association presents the Taste of the Mountains Wine Walk in Downtown Menlo Park! Enjoy wines from 14 local boutique wineries of the Santa Cruz Mountains at local businesses. Participants are welcome to purchase your favorite selections of wine from the bottle booth and visit our local restaurants for dinner!...Click to continue  


Downtown wine walk event to feature 14 wineries Saturday, June 2

Volunteers sought for Heritage Tree Task Force

A new advisory task force is being formed to review and recommend updates to Menlo Park’s heritage tree ordinance. The new group of at least 7 volunteer members is expected to make recommendations in several areas including the definition of heritage trees, development-related heritage tree appeals, permit fees, unpermitted removals and enforcement of tree replacements. The desired outcome of the heritage tree ordinance review and update is to ensure a significant and thriving population of...Click to continue

Volunteers sought for Heritage Tree Task Force

City grants $15,000 in support of performing arts

Menlo Park is home to a diverse culture of theater and performing arts events, and the City is continuing to support these programs and events through the Menlo Park Grant for the Arts (MPGA). The grant was developed for organizations looking to perform in a professional-grade theater in effort to support the Menlo Park artistic community. We are pleased to announce that 10 organizations have been awarded $750 to $3,000 to...Click to continue 
City grants $15,000 in support of performing arts

Menlo Park celebrates National Public Works Week

This years’ theme of National Public Works week is "The Power of Public Works", which emphasizes the impact of public works on modern civilization - from building and maintaining roads to providing clean drinking water and more. To celebrate the occasion, Public Works maintenance staff spent the morning at the Belle Haven Child To celebrate the occasion, Public Works maintenance staff spent the morning at the Belle Haven Child Development Center. About 90...Click to continue

Celebrating National Public Works Week

Host your next event at the Arrillaga Family Recreation Center

Did you know that in addition to offering classes for all ages, the Arrillaga Family Recreation Center has a number of rooms that are available for rental use, perfect for your next meeting or event? Our state of the art facility was remodeled in 2011. There are seven rooms, one kitchen facility and two patio areas available to rent. Our banquet room, Sequoia, is the perfect venue for larger events such as graduation parties...Click to continue

Host your next event at the Arrillaga Recreation Center

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