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Patch Weekender: Yes, There's a Football Game, But So Much More

Here are just a few of the fun and interesting to do in and around Belmont this weekend.

To view Patch's complete events calendar, click here.
For details on each event, click on the link.

All Weekend:

Weekly Walker to Hazelnut Loop Trail
The Hazelnut Trail is a 4.2-mile loop trail that climbs 800 feet toward Sweeney Ridge and Montara Mountain to the east and south. You can access the trail from Weiler Ranch Road, adjacent to the Walnut Grove Group Picnic Area or from the Plaskon Nature Trail behind the visitor center. 

Friday, Jan. 17

Growlers and Food Truck Friday

You are invited to join the gang at Devil's Canyon Brewery every Friday for outstanding cuisine from one of our rotating local food trucks.Lunch is from 11:30-2pm, and dinner is from 4-7pm. Madd Mex Cantina will be serving up their unique mix of California, Asian, and Mexican cuisine!

Caprinos 49ers Special

Bottomless Mimosas $15
Bloody Mary $7
Coors Light draft $3
Budweiser Bottle $3
Kitchen will be open all day
GO NINERS !!

Domenico Winery: Happy Hour, Sneaker's Curbside Grill Food Truck & LIVE Music by Gin House Band

Happy Hour | 5:00 - 7:00PM
Food Truck | 5:30 - 9:30PM
LIVE Music | 7:00 - 10:00PM
Featured Band:
Gin House Band
Classic Rock, 60's & 70's

'Spirit of Uganda' Performance

Bring the whole family to the 'Spirit of Uganda', an amazing performance on Friday, Jan. 17, 7 p.m. at Carrington Hall at Sequoia High School in Redwood City. Come see this talented and inspiring group of children from Uganda (age 11-18) perform riveting dancing, drumming, and singing from East Africa.

Saturday, Jan. 18

Docent-led nature walk at Edgewood Park
Edgewood Park docent Alf Fengler will lead this discovery hike through
some of the woodland and chaparral portions of the preserve. We will be on the 
lookout for early flowering plants like the Western Leatherwood (Dirca 
occidentalis) or Indian Warrior (Pedicularis densiflora).

Magician Gerald Joseph
Amazing sleight of hand magic and lots of audience participation.Sponsored by the Friends of the Redwood City Public Library. Redwood Shores Branch Library - 399 Marine Parkway 650.780.574

Caltrain 150th Birthday Trip

For the 54,000 daily riders who commute to and from work, Caltrain is simply mass transit. But this weekend we’ll have the opportunity to contemplate both the past and the future as Caltrain celebrates a remarkable 150 years of service. From a whistlestop trip to a community festival, the birthday bash promises something for everyone.

Bunko & Spaghetti Dinner for Charity Saturday Jan 18th 4-8pm
Dinner @ 5pm includes- Spaghetti, Meatballs, Garlic Bread, Salad, Dessert & Refreshments
Bunko @ 6pm ( Game is easy to learn)

100% of Proceeds go to Nine Lives Foundation a non profit, No Kill cat shelter and low cost spay/neuter & vaccine clinic 

Gray Whale Watching with the Oceanic Society

During each whale watching cruise Oceanic Society expert naturalists give talks on gray whales and the conservation efforts which brought them back from near extinction. These exciting and educational whale watching cruises are held on board motorized diesel vessels, from Half Moon Bay (3 hours) every Saturday and Sunday from December through mid-May. For a full list of upcoming trips out of Half Moon Bay click here. Register here or call 415-256-9941.

Bay Area Youth Orchestra Festival

If you think arts education is dead, check out this festival in San Francisco. Local student musicians will perform under the baton of Michael Tilson Thomas. Imagine the thrill of the kids as they perform in Davies Symphony Hall. Tickets are available online.


Monday, Jan. 20

Kindergarten Trial at Gloria Dei

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