Weekly Digest

June 11, 2018 - This week's stories

 • 2018 Summer Concert Series begins with return of community favorite: The Sun Kings
 Belle Haven Library Landscape Improvements 
 • Summer activities at the library 
 • Wildlife refuge enhancements to bring trucks through Bedwell Bayfront Park 
 • Volunteers sought for Heritage Tree Task Force 

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2018 Summer Concert Series begins with return of community favorite: The Sun Kings

On Wednesday, June 13, 2018, a Beatles tribute band, The Sun Kings, is expected to draw a large crowd to Fremont Park from 6:30-8 p.m. to kick off the City’s annual Summer Concert Series. Since their first concert with us in 2007, The Sun Kings have delighted the community each year with a fabulous collection of Beatles tunes...Click to continue  


2018 Summer Concert Series begins with return of community favorite: The Sun Kings

Belle Haven Library Landscape Improvements 

New landscaping improvements at the Belle Haven Library are brightening up the library’s front area so come see the new plants. Public Works staff added carpet roses to the library frontage, as well as heavenly bamboo and Lily of the Nile. These will add a nice pop of color throughout the year. In addition, the department replaced a Red Maple tree and added new Fortnight Lilies. The areas were then covered with...Click to continue

Belle Haven Library Landscape Improvements

Summer activities at the library 

Summer Reading season is here! Every summer the library presents the Summer Reading Program to keep children of all ages reading and learning. Research shows that children who don't read over the summer start the fall school term at a distinct disadvantage. This year's program got off to a beautiful start with a walk-in art session that produced our Summer Reading tree. Children who sign up for the program get a...Click to continue 
Summer activities at the library

Wildlife refuge enhancements to bring trucks through Bedwell Bayfront Park 

Starting as early as June 11, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge will launch levee maintenance work at its Ravenswood Ponds in Menlo Park. This effort will be followed by Phase 1 of the South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project, which will build a new public trail, create almost 300 acres of new tidal marsh and enhance ponds for ducks and shorebirds. The work will result in...Click to continue

Wildlife refuge enhancements to bring trucks through Bedwell Bayfront Park

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...Click to continue

Volunteers sought for Heritage Tree Task Force

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