Monday, June 27
Get your groove on Jazz on Main with the Peter Horvath Group. The stage at Main and Broadway will be filled with toe-tapping tunes from 6 to 8 p.m. The all-star lineup will be sure to make for many jazzed-up Monday evenings on Main Street in Downtown Redwood City’s Historic District.
Today is the last day to complete a 20-minute survey on the impact of youth gun violence on our community. The Office of Supervisor Rose Jacobs Gibson has asked Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center (PCRC) to lead a community input process that includes surveys, interviews, and focus groups with youth, parents, service providers and community leaders. The responses to this survey are anonymous, and will be combined with other participants' responses in a publication that details the findings of the research project. If you are a service provider: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/YouthGunViolenceSurveyProvider. If you are a parent: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/YouthGunViolenceSurveyParents
Wednesday, June 27
You and your kids can enjoy the delightful stories from Jim Howland every week at 10 a.m. at various parks in Redwood City. No registration, no reservations, just show up and have a great time at Storytime in the Park, sponsored by the Redwood City Public Library. This week is at Stulsaft Park: 3737 Farm Hill Blvd.
Friday, July 1
Those tots aren’t so little anymore! They’re on their way to elementary school. Attend Roosevelt pre-school graduation at 5:30 p.m. at 2223 Vera Ave, Redwood City.
Starting July 1, new legislation will go into effect requiring homeowners to install carbon monoxide detectors in every California home. “Carbon monoxide is a silent killer, each year claiming the lives of an average of 480 people,” said Acting State Fire Marshal Tonya Hoover.