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A local resource guide published by The Almanac

arts & entertainment | outdoors & recreation | kids’ stuff | education | our community city & towns | public officials | www.thealmanaconline.com


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WELCOME TO INFO MENLO PARK Editor’s note Welcome to the 14th annual INFO Menlo comprehensive resource guide, published by The Almanac. Inside these pages you’ll find an array of information in just about every category of importance to our communities, from where to sign kids up for classes to how to call the mayor. This book covers four municipalities: Atherton, Menlo Park, Portola Valley and Woodside. Each city and town section provides contact information for police, fire, libraries, building inspectors and more. Sections include the arts, community services, outdoors and recreation, activities for children, schools and government services. The “Public officials� section provides contact information for those who want to voice an opinion or become involved in civic matters. If you can’t find what you’re looking for here, check out the expanded version with thousands more listings at www.AlmanacNews.com and click on “Community resources.� Extensive information online is also available about our surrounding communities, including Stanford, Palo Alto and Mountain View. Our cover photo this year — Kite Day at Bayfront Park in Menlo Park— was shot by Almanac Photographer Michelle Le. If you have suggestions for next year’s INFO Menlo, please send e-mail to sdremann@paweekly.com or editor@AlmanacNews.com.

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By the Numbers ..............................8

Our Community........................... 37

Arts & Entertainment .................13

City and Towns............................. 44

Outdoors & Recreation ..............19

Public Officials.............................. 51

Kids’ Stuff ....................................... 22

City and Town map .................... 45

Education ....................................... 25

Index ................................................ 53


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FAC TS AND STATISTICS ABOUT ATHERTON, MENLO PARK , PORTOL A VALLEY AND WOODSIDE People

Housing

Population (2000): 30,785

Households (2000): 1,772

Population (1990): 28,040

Persons per household (2000): 2.52

Population (1980): 26,438

Single-family housing (2000): 74.6%

Racial/ethnic breakdown (2000)

Median home selling price (through June 2010): $1,806,000

White: 72.4%

Median home selling price (2005): $1,927,000

Black: 7.0% Hispanic/Latino: 15.6% Asian/Pacific Islander: 8.4% American Indian/Alaska native: 0.4% Multiracial: 3.2%

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Education and income Adults with bachelor’s degree or higher (1990): 70.8% Mean household income: $205,700

Woodside Town facts

Households (2000): 12,387

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Persons per household (2000): 2.14 Single-family housing (2000): 61.1%

2010-11 town operating budget: $5.6 million

Median home selling price (through June 2010): $1,150,000

Town employees: 21 full-time equivalent employees

Median home selling price (2005): $1,270,000

Police employees: Woodside is patrolled by three deputies from the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office.

Median condominium/townhouse selling price (through June 2010): $930,000

Education and income Single-family housing (2000): 99%

Atherton Town facts Incorporated: Sept. 12, 1923 (Population then: 650) 2010-11 town operating and capital improvements budget: $14.3 million Total town employees: 48

Median home selling price (through June 2010): $2,900,000 Median home selling price (2005): $3,012,500 Median condominium/townhouse selling price (through June 2010): $635,000

Police employees: 26

Education and income

Zip code: 94027

People

Adults with bachelor’s degree or higher (2000): 76.2%

Population (2009): 7,194 Population (1990): 7,163 Population (1980): 7,797 Racial/ethnic breakdown (2000):*

Adults with bachelor’s degree or higher (1990): 64.5% Mean household income (2000): $200,000-plus

White: 83.7% Asian/Pacific Islander: 10.2%

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Adults with bachelor’s degree or higher (2000): 61.7% Mean household income (2000): $123,809

Portola Valley Town facts Incorporated: July 14, 1964 2010-11 town operating budget: $5.6 million Town employees: 13 full-time; 2 part-time Police: By contract with San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office Zip code: 94028

City facts

Black: 0.7%

People Population (2000): 4,462 Population (1990): 4,194

Racial/ethnic breakdown (2000):

Incorporated: Nov. 23, 1927

White: 90.8%

2010-11 general fund budget: $37.6 million (preliminary)

Asian/Pacific Islander: 4.0%

City employees: 245.75 full-time equivalents

Black: 0.4%

Households (2000): 2,413

Sworn police officers: 49

American Indian: 0.07%

Persons per household (2000): 2.85

Zip code: 94025

Multiracial: 1.2%

American Indian: 0.2% Multiracial: 2.7% *Bay Area Census

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Zip code: 94062

People Population (2000): 5,352 Population (1990): 5,035 Population (1980): 5,291 Racial/ethnic breakdown (2000): White: 87.6% Asian/Pacific Islander: 5.1% Hispanic: 4.3% Black: 0.4% American Indian: 0.1% Multiracial: 2.9%

Housing Households (2000): 1,772 Persons per household (2000): 2.52

Population (1980): 3,939

Hispanic: 2.8%

Incorporated: November 16, 1956

Hispanic: 3.3%

Single-family housing (2000): 74.6% Median home selling price (through June 2010): $1,795,000 Median home selling price (2005): $2,065,000

Education and income Adults with bachelor’s degree or higher (1990): 70.8% Mean household income: $205,700 (Sources: Bureau of Census, town & city halls, Association of Bay Area Governments, California State Department of Finance. Housing prices from the Silicon Valley Association of Realtors.}


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Parks Bedwell Bayfront Park Marsh Road at #BZGSPOU&YQSFTTXBZ .FOMP1BSL5IJT park, now meadows and marsh, was once UIFMBOEรถMMGPSUIFDJUZPG.FOMP1BSL'FBtures a sculpture trail called Great Spirit 1BUICZ.FOMP1BSLBSUJTU4VTBO%VOMPQ )PNFPGUIF"OOVBM,JUF%BZ(SFBU biking, walking and bird watching. Open EBJMZ TVOSJTFUPEVTL%PHTBSFQFSNJUUFE POMFBTI4J[FBDSFT tXXXCBIJLFSDPN Burgess Park-BVSFM4U .FOMP1BSL 0SJHJOBMMZBQBSUPGUIF%JCCMF)PTQJUBM GBDJMJUJFTBOEQVSDIBTFEJO #VSHFTT 1BSLJTPOFPGUIFรถSTUDJUZPXOFE recreation areas in Menlo Park. Located BEKBDFOUUPUIF$JWJD$FOUFSDPNQMFY  UIFQBSLQSPWJEFTEJWFSTFGBDJMJUJFTFBTJMZ accessible to all Menlo Park residents. Swimming pool, tennis courts, gym, lighted tennis courts, playground, playing รถFMEGPSCBTFCBMMPSTPDDFS QJDOJDBSFB  SFTUSPPNT4J[FBDSFT t(ZNOBTJVN"GUFS TDIPPMQSPHSBN tXXXNFOMPQBSLPSHEFQBSUNFOUT DPNQBSLTCVSHFTTIUN Edgewood County Natural Preserve 0ME4UBHFDPBDI3PBE Pรฒ&EHFXPPE Road near Hwy. 280, Redwood City. Hiking, horseback trails, picnic sites, barCFDVFQJUT SFTUSPPNT/PUFEGPSTQSJOH EJTQMBZTPG$BMJGPSOJBOBUJWFXJMEรธPXFST /PEPHT CJLFTPSTNPLJOH0QFOBNUP QPTUFETFBTPOBMIPVST4J[FBDSFT t tXXXFQBSLTOFU Flood County Park#BZ3PBE .FOMP 1BSL'BNPVTGPSJUTMBSHFOBUJWFPBLBOE CBZUSFFT 'MPPE1BSLJTBBDSFSFUSFBU MPDBUFEJOUIFNJETUPGVSCBOEFWFMPQNFOU"DUJWJUJFTQJDOJDLJOH TPGUCBMM UFOnis, horse shoes, volleyball and petanque. Facilities include picnic tables, barbecues BOESFTUSPPNT4VNNFSBNTVOEPXO BGUFS0DU QBSLDMPTFTFBSMJFS/PQFUT 7FIJDMFFOUSZGFFTBSFDIBSHFEBUUIFHBUF IPVTF4J[FBDSFT tHSPVQSFTFSWBUJPOT DBMM tXXXFQBSLTOFU Fremont Park4BOUB$SV["WFOVFBOE 6OJWFSTJUZ%SJWF .FOMP1BSL#FODIFT  MJHIUFEXBMLXBZT HSBTTZTQPUGPSBEPXOtown picnic lunch. Home to the Sunday concert series on Wednesday nights and UIFBOOVBMUSFFMJHIUJOHDFSFNPOZ4J[F BDSF tXXXNFOMPQBSLPSHEFQBSUNFOUT DPNQBSLTIUNM Holbrook-Palmer Park8BULJOT"WF  "UIFSUPO(BSEFOTFUUJOHXJUIJOEPPSBOE PVUEPPSGBDJMJUJFT JODMVEJOHBNBJOIPVTF  Jennings Pavilion, carriage house and water tower, tennis center, walking path, QMBZHSPVOEBOEQSFTDIPPM4J[FBDSFT t tBUIFSUPO!DJBUIFSUPODBVT tXXXDJBUIFSUPODBVT Huddart County Park,JOHT Mountain Road, Woodside. Hiking and horse trails, picnic tables, barbecues, grass


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lawn areas, archery range (maintained by Kingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Mountain Archery Club), group camping areas, restrooms. Also accessible through Huddart Park are trails in the 1,270-acre Phleger estate (hiking, wildlife, oak and redwood forest.) Pets not permitted in San Mateo County parks. No bicycles allowed on trails. $5/car entry fee. Size: 973 acres. tGPSSFTFSWBUJPOT  tXXXFQBSLTOFU Jack W. Lyle Park.JEEMF"WFOVFBOE Fremont Street, Menlo Park. Originally known as Los Amigos Park and part of the old Fremont Elementary School, Lyle Park is named in memory of the only BDUJWFQPMJDFPĂłDFSLJMMFEXIJMFPOEVUZ in Menlo Park. Features walking path with benches, an open playing field, half court basketball, and playgrounds. Size: BDSFT tXXXNFOMPQBSLPSH Kelly Park5FSNJOBM"WF .FOMP1BSL Part of the Onetta Harris Community Center complex, Kelly Park includes a soccer field, baseball diamond, basketball court, picnic area and restrooms. Adjacent to senior center, swimming pool, youth center, community center and clinic. Size: BDSFT t Marketplace Park*WZ%SJWFBOE.BSLFU Place, Menlo Park. Located across from the Boys and Girls Club, Marketplace Park is Menlo Parkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s newest park. The park XBTSFOPWBUFEBTQBSUPGUIF#FMMF)BWFO OFJHICPSIPPEJNQSPWFNFOUQSPHSBN Features park lighting, playground, grassy BSFB BOEQBWFEXBMLXBZT4J[FBDSF Nealon Park.JEEMF"WF .FOMP Park. Named in honor of James J. Nealon. Picnic area, large playground, lighted tennis courts, playing field and off-leash dog area. Size: 9 acres. tXXXNFOMPQBSLPSHEFQBSUNFOUT com/parks/nealon.htm Seminary Oaks Park Santa Monica "WFOVFOFBS.JEEMFĂśFME3PBE .FOMP Park. Originally a part of the St. Patrick Seminary, Seminary Oaks Park is located adjacent to the Vintage Oaks neighborhood. Includes dedicated public art, a relaxing â&#x20AC;&#x153;serenityâ&#x20AC;? rock garden, walking trails and three small playgrounds. No picnic areas or restrooms. Size: 3.5 acres. Sharon Hills Park7BMQBSBJTP"WFOVF BU"MUTDIVM"WFOVF .FOMP1BSL)JMMTJEF OBUVSFBSFB1BWFEQBUIXBZT1JDOJDUBCMFT and drinking fountain at the top of the hill. /JDFWJFX4J[FBDSFT Sharon Park4IBSPO1BSL%SJWFCFUXFFO ,MBNBUIBOE.POUF3PTB .FOMP1BSL 1BWFEXBMLXBZT MBLFXJUIEVDLT  benches, shaded gazebo, playground, OBUVSBMXPPEFEBSFB%PHTPOMFBTI BMMPXFE4J[FBDSFT Stanford Hills Park#SBOOFS%SJWFBU 4BOE)JMM3PBE .FOMP1BSL0QFOTQBDF for picnics, sunbathing, kite flying, roller skating or a quiet stroll. Features benches, walkways, large grassy space and parking areas. Located near SLAC National Ac-

celerator Laboratory. Size: 3.1 acres. Tinkers Park4BOUB$SV["WFOVFBU&MEFS "WFOVF .FOMP1BSL-PDBUFEOFYUUP )JMMWJFX4DIPPM 5JOLFST1BSLGFBUVSFTB fenced-in childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s playground, picnic area with benches and tennis courts. Size: 9.35 acres. Willow Oaks Park8JMMPX3PBEBOE $PMFNBO"WFOVF .FOMP1BSL-PDBUFE adjacent to the Willow Oaks Elementary 4DIPPM UIFQBSLQSPWJEFTBDPOWFOJFOU location for weekend soccer matches or an afternoon tennis game as well as a comfortable meeting spot for neighborhood residents. Features lighted tennis courts, soccer field, open space, playground, off leash dog area and public BSU4J[FBDSFT Wunderlich County Park 8PPETJEF3PBE 8PPETJEF5IJTBSFBXBT once the ranch of the Folger family and was donated to the County by Martin Wunderlich. Two miles southwest of the town of Woodside, this park offers miles of trails through redwood forests BOENBESPOFDPWFSFEIJMMTJEFTGPSCPUI IJLJOHBOEIPSTFCBDLSJEJOH%PHTBSFOPU permitted in San Mateo County Parks. 4J[FBDSFT t tXXXFQBSLTOFU

Private swim & tennis clubs Ladera Oaks"MQJOF3PBE 1PSUPMB Valley. Family-oriented swim, tennis and fitness club with two year-round pools, six lighted tennis courts, a fitness center and TQPSUTBDUJWJUZMBXOT t tXXXMBEFSBPBLTDPN

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Swimming Belle Haven Pool5FSNJOBM"WF  Menlo Park. Outdoor pool open mid-June UPMBUF"VHVTU3FDSFBUJPOBM MBQBOE family swimming as well as lessons and safety classes. Call for recreational swim rates and hours. t tXXXNFOMPQBSLPSH departments/com/parks/bhpool. htm Betty Wright Aquatics Center at Abilities United4FF4FSWJDFTGPSQFPQMFXJUI

disabilities in the Community section. Burgess Memorial Pool 501 Laurel St., Menlo Park. Outdoor pool, open year round for lap and recreational swimming. (SPVQBOEQSJWBUFTXJNMFTTPOT4XJN UFBN1PPMSFOUBMBWBJMBCMF'VSUIFSJOGPSmation on website. tGPSIPVSTBOESBUFT tXXXNFOMPTXJNDPN

Tennis Atherton Tennis Center 150 Watkins "WF "UIFSUPO5FOOJTLFZTBSFJTTVFEGPS six courts at Holbrook-Palmer Park. The $FOUFSPòFSTUFOOJTNJYFST TPDJBMFWFOUT and tournaments as well as lessons, clinics and junior camps. Contact for rates and more information. t tXXXBMBONBSHPUUFOOJTOFU Menlo Park Tennis keys may be purDIBTFEBUUIF#VSHFTT3FDSFBUJPO$FOUFS keys are issued after Jan. 15 of each year BOEBSFWBMJEUISPVHI+BOPGUIFGPMMPXJOHZFBS'FFJTQFSZFBS GPS OPOSFTJEFOUT ,FZTBSFWBMJEGPSDPVSUTBU Burgess Park, La Entrada School, Willow 0BLT1BSL )JMMWJFX4DIPPM /FBMPO1BSL BOE#FMMF)BWFO4DIPPM t tXXXNFOMPQBSLPSHEFQBSUNFOUT com/tennis.html

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Soccer Menlo Atherton Adult Soccer League P.O. Box 232, Menlo Park. Women ages 23 and up play recreational soccer. All skill MFWFMTXFMDPNF4QSJOHBOEGBMMTFBTPOT Games are held on Saturdays and TuesEBZBOE5IVSTEBZFWFOJOHTBU#VSHFTT and Willows Oaks. Teams are formed from DPNQMFUFEBQQMJDBUJPOTSFDFJWFECZ+BO 15 for spring season and July 15 for fall season. tXXXNBBTMDPN Portola Valley Parks and Recreation Committee1PSUPMB3PBE 1PSUPMB Valley. Co-ed, sponsored leagues March+VOFBOE4FQUFNCFS/PWFNCFS GPS

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Arts organizations California Youth Symphony 441 California Ave. #5, Palo Alto. Palo Alto-based youth orchestra with nine ensembles. Open to kids ages 8-18. Auditions in April. t tXXXDZTPSH Cantabile Youth Singers *OEVTUSJBM"WF 4UF 1BMP"MUP'PVS choir levels serving children ages 4-18. Weekly rehearsals, quarterly training workshops and weekend retreats, including: vocal training, diction and language coaching, movement and dance, training in theory, music-reading skills, interpretation and history. Auditions and demonstration classes in August, January, and May. t tJOGP!DBOUBCJMFPSH tXXXDBOUBCJMFPSH El Camino Youth Symphony Association'BCJBO8BZ 1BMP Alto. Nine ongoing ensembles include Senior Symphony, Sinfonietta Orchestra, four preparatory orchestras, two flute ensembles and a wind orchestra. .VTJDJBOTZSTDBOSFRVFTUBOBVEJUJPO  t tFDZT!FBSUIMJOLOFU tXXXFDZTPSH

Pacific Art League3BNPOB4U 1BMP "MUP'PVOEFEJO UIF1BDJรถD"SU League offers art classes for children, teens and adults. Summer Kids Camp offers artistic programs from arts to cartooning. t tGSPOUEFTL!QBDJรถDBSUMFBHVFPSH tXXXQBDJรถDBSUMFBHVFPSH Palo Alto Art Center/FXFMM 3PBE 1BMP"MUP0รฒFSTZFBSSPVOE art classes citywide and workshops for children ages preschool and up. Art-mentoring program for teens. Project LOOK! offers a docent-led tour of current exhibitions with a hands-on activity.  t  t"SU$FOUFS!DJUZPGQBMPBMUPPSH  tXXXDJUZPGQBMPBMUPPSHBSUDFOUFS Palo Alto Chamber Orchestra .JEEMFรถFME3PBE . 1BMP"MUP0OFPG the few youth orchestras in the nation EFWPUFEUPDIBNCFSNVTJD'JWFPSDIFTUSB levels for varying skill levels. The season features world-renowned soloists and popular lecture series, plus an annual Bach festival held in March. t tJOGP!QBDPNVTJDPSH tXXXQBDPNVTJDPSH

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Belle Haven School Age Child Care Program โ€” Menlo Kids Club Belle )BWFO:PVUI$FOUFS 5FSNJOBM "WF .FOMP1BSL,.POBOE5VF'SJ QN8FEQN-JDFOTFEBOE TVCTJEJ[FEQSPHSBNUISPVHIDJUZPG Menlo Park. Programs include homework assistance, YES reading programs, indoor and outdoor games, arts and crafts, cooking, and more. Eight-week summer DBNQ%JSFDUPS/BUBTIB8BULJOT-PXFSZ t tXXXNFOMPQBSLPSHEFQBSUNFOUT DPNDIJMEDBSFIUNM Carillon Preschool1PSUPMB3PBE 1PS UPMB7BMMFZ%FWFMPQNFOUBMMZBQQSPQSJBUF  QMBZCBTFEQSPHSBNTGPST TBOEZPVOH T GPSDIJMESFOZST NPTZST NPT  an outreach of Christ Episcopal Church. Half-day program. Special music classes, science and chapel. Two teachers for 14 DIJMESFO-JDFOTF%JSFDUPS Nancy Kruberg. t tDBSJMMPOQSFTDIPPM!DDQWXPSH tXXXDDQWXPSH Childrenโ€™s Creative Learning Center Atherton Las Lomitas Elementary School, "MBNFEBEFMBT1VMHBT "UIFSUPO ZSTBNQN)PU-VODIBOE Special Needs programs. Summer camp BWBJMBCMF/"&:$BDDSFEJUFE%JSFDUPS %FCCZ5BN t tXXXDDMDDPN Family Connections10#PY 4BO Carlos. A tuition-free parent participation preschool for low-income families with children up to 5 yrs. Locations: Belle Haven 4DIPPM *WZ%SJWF 1 .FOMP1BSL #FFDI4U &BTU1BMP"MUP'PVSUI "WF 3FEXPPE$JUZ$MBTTFTNFFU.PO'SJ BN%JSFDUPS3FOFF;JNNFSNBO t tXXXGBNJMZDPOOFDUJPOTPSH GeoKids/Menlo Survey Day Care Center.JEEMFรถFME3PBE .BJM4UPQ  .FOMP1BSL*OGBOUT NPT UISPVHI pre-K. NAEYC accredited. Play-based program located on Menlo Park campus of the United States Geological Survey 64(4 %JSFDUPS)FBUIFS.PSBEP t tXXXHFPLJETPSH

Kirk House Preschool 1148 Johnson St., .FOMP1BSLZST)BMGEBZNPSOJOH BOEBGUFSOPPODMBTTFTUJNFTQFSXFFL  .PO'SJ4VNNFSTFTTJPOTBWBJMBCMF %JSFDUPS$BSPM%BZ t tLIQ!NQQDPSH tNQQDPSHDPOOFDU kirk-house-preschool Ladera Community Church Preschool"MQJOF3PBE 1PSUPMB7BMMFZ 1BSUUJNFQSPHSBNGPSZST/"&:$ accredited. %JSFDUPS4BOEJ4OJEFS t tMBEFSBQSFTDIPPM!TCDHMPCBMOFU tXXXMBEFSBQSFTDIPPMPSH Littlest Angels Preschool Bethany -VUIFSBO$IVSDI $MPVE"WF  .FOMP1BSL1SPHSBNTBWBJMBCMFGPS ZST'PST .PO'SJBNOPPOZST .PO'SJBNQN#FGPSFTDIPPMDBSF BWBJMBCMFTUBSUJOHBUBNBOEBGUFS TDIPPMDBSFBWBJMBCMFVOUJMQN %JSFDUPS,BUIZ4UJOTPO t tQSFTDIPPM!CFUIBOZNQPSH tXXXCFUIBOZNQPSHQSFTDIPPM Menlo Childrenโ€™s Center-BVSFM 4U .FOMP1BSLNPTZST.PO'SJ BNQN FYDFQUIPMJEBZT1BSFOU QBSUJDJQBUJPOFODPVSBHFE%JSFDUPS Natalya Jones. t tXXXNFOMPQBSLPSH EFQBSUNFOUTDPNDIJMEDBSFIUNM Menlo-Atherton Cooperative Nursery School.JEEMF"WF .FOMP1BSL 1SFTDIPPMFSTBOE1SF, BHFTNPT ZST.PO'SJBNQN1BSFOUDPPQFSB UJWF/"&:$BDDSFEJUFE%JSFDUPS,SJTUZ 3PPT5BZMPS t3FHJTUSBUJPO  tXXXNBDPPQPSH New Horizons School Age Center 4IBXOFF1BTT 1PSUPMB7BMMFZ,.PO'SJ QN%JSFDUPS"KNJS5IPNQLJOT t Peninsula School See Private elementary and middle schools in the Education section. The Phillips Brooks School See Private elementary and middle schools in the Education section. The Playschool Holbrook-Palmer Park, 8BULJOT"WF "UIFSUPO1SFTDIPPMFST  18 mos-5 yrs. NAEYC accredited. Morning and afternoon programs. Summer camps GPSDIJMESFOCFHJOOJOHBUZST +VOF "VHVTU%JSFDUPS"OOF-J[B4FMHB t tXXXLOPYQMBZTDIPPMTDPNBUIFSUPO The Roberts School See Private schools in the Education section. Sacred Heart Schools/ Preschool and Kindergarten See Private elementary and middle schools in the Education section.


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Trinity Early Childhood Program 2650 Sand Hill Road, Menlo Park. 3-5 yrs. NAEYC accredited. Student-to-teacher ratio of 8:1. Developmental/project approach in programs. Call for tours and important dates. Head of School: Mary Menacho. t FYU tBENJTTJPO!USJOJUZNQPSH tXXXUSJOJUZNQPSH Trinity School See Private elementary and middle schools in the Education section. University Heights Montessori Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Center, Inc. 2066 Avy Ave., Menlo Park. Preschoolers, K. Mon-Fri BNQN$PEJSFDUPST-JOEB

Westcott and Shirley Gaston. t Windmill Preschool"MQJOF3PBE  Portola Valley. Preschoolers. Three QSPHSBNTPòFSFE5VFBOE5IV a.m., ages 2.6-3.6 yrs; Mon, Wed and 'SJBN BHFTZST.PO5IV QN BHFTZST $IJMESFOFMJHJCMF GPSLJOEFSHBSUFOUIFGPMMPXJOHZFBS  4VNNFSQSPHSBNTBWBJMBCMF%JSFDUPS Thankamma Poulose. t tEJSFDUPS!XJOENJMMTDIPPMDPN tXXXXJOENJMMTDIPPMDPN Woodland School-B$VFTUB%SJWF  Portola Valley. See Private elementary and

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Holbrook-Palmer Park 150 Watkins Ave., "UIFSUPO$MBTTFTJODMVEFBFSPCJDEBODF  ZPHB CBMMFU GPMLEBODF EPHUSBJOJOH  TQJOOJOH BOEUFOOJT'PSCBMMFUDMBTTFT  call Kimiko Sugano at 650-326-7182. For tennis classes, call Alan Margot at 650-752'PSQMBZTDIPPM DBMM t tBUIFSUPO!DJBUIFSUPODBVT tXXXDJBUIFSUPODBVT IPMCSPPLQBMNFSIUNM

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Atherton Heritage Association 94 Ashfield Road in the council chambers building, Atherton. Tuesdays 10 a.m.noon. Marion Oster, 650-688-6540. Holbrook-Palmer Park Foundation Patty DeWalt, 650-752-0536. Atherton Dames Open to female members of the Holbrook-Palmer Park Foundation, including non-Atherton residents. The Dames and the foundation raise money for special projects in the park. Patty DeWalt, 650-752-0536.

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Portola Valley Architectural & Site Control Commission Members: Carter Warr, chair; Danna Breen, Jeff Clark, Jeff Aalfs, Craig Hughes The Architectural & Site Control Commission meets at 8 p.m. on the second and fourth Mondays of the month in the Historic Schoolhouse. ascc@portolavalley. net. Staff contact: Leslie Lambert, 650-8511701, ext. 212. llambert@portolavalley.net.

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Woodside Architectural and Site Review Board The Woodside Architectural and Site Review Board meet at 4:30 p.m. on the first and third Mondays of the month at Independence Hall, Woodside and Whiskey Hill roads, Woodside. Staff contact: Town Clerk, 650-851-6790.

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Elizabeth Lewis elewis@ci.atherton.ca.us Term ends November 2012. Charles Marsala 650-328-7113 (home). cmarsala@ci.atherton.ca.us Term ends November 2010. The Atherton City Councilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s regular meetings are held on the third Wednesday of the month and start at 7 p.m. at the Town Council Chambers, 94 Ashfield Road at Dinkelspiel/Station Lane, Atherton. 650-752-0529.

Atherton town staff City Manager: Jerry Gruber. 650-752-0504

City of Menlo Park City Hall

Portola Valley Town Council

Menlo Park City Council members Andrew Cohen 650-207-5412 (cell). Term ends November 2012. Heyward Robinson 650-208-1512 (cell). Term ends November 2010. John Boyle vice mayor 2010. 650-9067168 (cell). Term ends November 2010. Richard Cline. mayor 2010. 650-207-1677 (cell). Term ends November 2010. Kelly Fergusson 650-207-9334 (cell). Term ends November 2012. The Menlo Park City Councilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s regular meetings are on Tuesdays, starting at 7 p.m. Meetings are broadcast live on Channel 26 and via the Internet at the cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website, www.menlopark.org. Agendas, minutes and staff reports are posted on the cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website, www.menlopark.org. E-mail city.council@menlopark.org. The site also contains general information about the city as well as links to the police department, library and recreation center.

Menlo Park city staff City Manager: Glen Rojas. 650-330-6610. grojas@menlopark.org

Town of Portola Valley

Town Manager/Finance Director: Susan George. 650-851-6790. sgeorge@ woodsidetown.org

Edward C. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Tedâ&#x20AC;? Driscoll Term ends November 2013. tdriscoll@portolavalley.net

Fire Districts

John Richards. Term ends November 2013. jrichards@portolavalley.net Steve Toben vice mayor. Term ends November 2011. stoben@portolavalley.net Ann Wengert mayor. Term ends November 2011. awengert@portolavalley.net The Town Council meets at 8 p.m. on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month in the Historic Schoolhouse at Town Center, 765 Portola Road, Portola Valley.

Portola Valley town staff Call 650-851-1701. Town Manager: Angela Howard, ext. 215

Town of Woodside Town Hall: 2955 Woodside Road, P.O. Box 620005, Woodside 94062. t tXXXXPPETJEFUPXOPSH 2010-11 town operating budget: $5.6 million

Woodside council members Susan Boynton. District 3. 650-8510610 (home); 650-594-0890 (work). sbboynton@woodsidetown.org. Term ends November 2011. Dave Burow mayor. District 5. 650-3640697. dburow@woodsidetown.org. Term ends November 2011. Deborah Gordon District 2. 650-8511642. dcgordon@woodsidetown.org . Term ends November 2013. Anne Kasten District 6. 650-867-5002. akasten@woodsidetown.org. Term ends November 2013. Peter Mason District 7. 650-851-8818. pmason@woodsidetown.org. Term ends November 2011. Ron Romines District 1. 650-851-8475. rromines@woodsidetown.org. Term ends November 2011.

765 Portola Road, Portola Valley 94028

Dave Tanner District 4. 650-851-4918. dtanner@woodsidetown.org. Term ends November 2013.

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Maryann Moise Derwin Term ends November 2013. mderwin@portolavalley.net

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Menlo Park Fire Protection District 170 Middlefield Road, Menlo Park 94025 t"MMFNFSHFODJFT DBMM#VTJOFTT 650-688-8400, Mon-Thu 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; Fire Prevention Bureau: 650688-8425 tXXXNFOMPĂśSFPSH Fire Chief: Harold Schapelhouman 2010-11 operations budget: about $31 million Fire stations: 300 Middlefield Road, Menlo Park; 2290 University Ave., East Palo Alto; 32 Almendral Ave., Atherton; 3322 Alameda de las Pulgas, Menlo Park; 4101 Fair Oaks Ave., Menlo Park; 700 Oak Grove Ave., Menlo Park; 1467 Chilco St., Menlo Park Board of Directors, Menlo Park Fire District Meets third Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. at district headquarters, 300 Middlefield Road, Menlo Park. Call 650-688-8400.

Woodside Fire Protection District Headquarters station: 3111 Woodside Road, Woodside 94062 t&NFSHFODJFT$BMM#VTJOFTT 650-851-1594 tXXXXPPETJEFĂśSFPSH Fire Chief: Armando Muela 2010-11 budget: about $12 million Fire stations: Headquarters: 3111 Woodside Road, Woodside. 650-851-1594; 135 Portola Road, Portola Valley. 650-8511626; 4091 Jefferson Ave., unincorporated San Mateo County. 650-368-2155. Board of Directors, Woodside Fire District Meets the last Monday of the month at 7 p.m. in the Woodside fire station, 3111 Woodside Road, Woodside. 650-851-1594.

California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection Skylonda Fire Station: 17290 Skyline Blvd., Woodside. Covers unincorporated areas of San Mateo County from Kings Mountain Road to Alpine Road, and west to Pescadero. t&NFSHFODJFT#VTJOFTT 851-1860.

Special Districts Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District District Address: 330 Distel Circle, Los Altos, CA 94022-1404

t tXXXPQFOTQBDFPSH Stephen Abbors, general manager 2010-11 total budget: $42.3 million Board meets second and fourth Wednesdays of the month at 7 p.m. in the district office. Board of directors has seven members representing five wards in Santa Clara County and two wards in San Mateo County. Local members are listed below:

San Mateo County Community College District 3401 CSM Drive, San Mateo 94402 650574-6550. smccd.edu Chancellor: Ron Galatolo Board of Trustees generally meets at 6 p.m. second and fourth Wednesdays at the district office board room. Contact board members through the District Office.

Sequoia Healthcare District 525 Veterans Blvd., Redwood City 94062. 650-421-2155. www.sequoiahealthcaredistrict.com; LMichelson@sequoiahealthcaredistrict.com Formed in 1946, the district provides oversight and support for programs and activities to achieve health, wellness and disease prevention for residents in Redwood City, Menlo Park, Woodside, Atherton, Portola Valley, Belmont and San Carlos. Board meetings on the first Wednesday of even-numbered months, at 4:30 p.m. in the Conference Room, 525 Veterans Blvd., in Redwood City. 2010-11 budget: $13 million

Sequoia Hospital 525 Veterans Blvd., Redwood City 94062. 650-369-5811. www.sequoiahospital.org.

Water districts Los Trancos County Water District 162 Los Trancos Circle, Portola Valley, 94028. 650-851-8085. www.ltcwd.org; charleskrenz@sbcglobal.net. The Board meets monthly on the first Thursday of the month at 7:30 p.m. at Corte Madera School, 4575 Alpine Road, Portola Valley.

West Bay Sanitary District 500 Laurel St., Menlo Park 94025. 650-3210384. pscott@westbaysanitary.org. www. westbaysanitary.org Meets second and fourth Monday of the month at 7 p.m. at district offices, 500 Laurel St., Menlo Park. District staff: Phil Scott, district manager.


EDITOR & PUBLISHER Tom Gibboney EDITORIAL Editor: Sue Dremann Contributing editor: Carol Blitzer Researchers: Renee Batti, Carol Blitzer, David Boyce, Jocelyn Dong, Sue Dremann, Andrea Gemmet, Richard Hine, Sean Howell, Karla Kane, Jennifer Lin, Aimee Miles, Yusei Tajima, Siena Witte Photographer: Michelle Le ART & PRODUCTION Design director: Shannon Corey Production manager: Jennifer Lindberg Contributing designers: Linda Atilano, Diane Haas, Paul Llewellyn, Raul Perez, Scott Peterson, Gary Vennarucci ADVERTISING Vice president/Sales & marketing: Walter Kupiec Major accounts sales manager: Connie Jo Cotton Display advertising: Judie Rachel Block, Esmeralda Flores, Janice Hoogner, Anna Mirsky, Cathy Norfleet, Brent Triantos, Gary Whitman Real estate advertising: Neal Fine, Rosemary Lewkowitz, Diane Martin, Samantha Mejia Inside advertising: David Cirner, Irene Schwartz Advertising services: Dorothy Hassett, Blanca Yoc Info Menlo is a special project of The Almanac. Copyright Š 2010 by Embarcadero Media. All rights reserved. Reproduction without permission is strictly prohibited. THE ALMANAC 3525 ALAMEDA DE LAS PULGAS MENLO PARK, CA 94025 650-854-2626 www.AlmanacNews.com E-mail: editor@AlmanacNews.com

INFO Menlo contains some information about neighboring communities, but more complete details are in INFO Palo Alto and INFO Mountain View â&#x20AC;&#x201D; available at Embarcadero Media, 450 Cambridge Ave., Palo Alto, as well as at local bookstores and other outlets. Go to www.TheAlmanaconline for the latest local news, classifieds, movies, restaurant info, Town Square chat room, current and past issues of the Almanac, special offers and much more.

INDEX Adult Education, 32 Allied Arts, 14 Animal services/protection, 37 Archery, 19 Arts and entertainment, 13 Arts organizations (for kids), 22 Atherton advisory/study committees, 48 Atherton commissions & committees, 46 Atherton fire service, 48 Atherton library, 48 Atherton planning commissioners, 46 Atherton police department, 48 Atherton town services (garbage, library, post office, parks), 48 Atherton town staff, 46 Atherton, statistics, 8 Atherton, Town of, 46, 51; map, 45 Badminton, 19 Basketball, 19 Belle Haven Community Complex, 46 Belle Haven library, 44 Belle Haven police substation, 46 Biking, 19 Bowling, 19 Burgess Gym, 19 Burgess Park Recreational Center, 24 Burgess Sports Center, 19 Cable television, 37 California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, 52 Career/job services, 37 Chamber of Commerce, 37 Charter schools, 25 Child care centers, 22 Churches, synagogues, 40 Classes/places to go (for kids), 23 Colleges and universities, 32 Community centers, 37 Concert series, 13 Counseling, 37 Drug and alcohol services, 37 Education/enrichment, 32 Elementary school districts, 25 Emergency/disaster services, 37 Environmental groups, 37 Farmers markets, 37 Filoli, 14 Fire districts, 52 Fire stations, 52 Golf (public courses), 19 Health and support services (recovery, grief, support), 37 Health clinics and hospitals, 38 High schools, 25 Hiking/walking, 19 Homeless services, 40 Horseback riding, 19 Housing, 40 Ice skating, 20 Kids â&#x20AC;&#x201D; things to do, 22 Los Trancos County Water District, 52 Menlo Park city services, 44 Menlo Park Civic Center, 44 Menlo Park commissions, 44 Menlo Park community services (children, seniors, medical, post office, etc.), 44 Menlo Park Fire Protection District, 52 Menlo Park fire, 44 Menlo Park library, 44 Menlo Park planning commissioners, 44 Menlo Park police, 44 Menlo Park, City of, 44, 52; map, 45 Menlo Park, statistics, 8 Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District, 52 Mountain biking, 20 Museums and collections, 13 Music, 13 Open space areas, 20 Opera, 14 Parks, 20 Places to tour, 14

Michelle Le

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Zahra Roberts maneuvers a kite at Bedwell-Bayfront Park in Menlo Park.

Political groups, 40 Portola Valley Architectural & Site Control Commission, 50 Portola Valley fire services, 50 Portola Valley library, 50 Portola Valley Planning Commission, 48 Portola Valley police services, 50 Portola Valley Town Center, 48 Portola Valley town services (garbage, classes, fire, police), 50 Portola Valley volunteer committees, 50 Portola Valley, statistics, 8 Portola Valley, Town of, 48, 52; map, 45 Preschools, 22 Private elementary and middle schools, 27 Private high schools, 31 Private schools, 32 Public officials, 51 Radio station, 40 Recreational leagues (for kids), 24 Recycling and buy-back centers, 40 Recycling and hazardous waste, 40 San Mateo County Assessor-County ClerkRecorder, 51 San Mateo County Board of Supervisors, 51 San Mateo County Community College District, 52 San Mateo County Controller, 51 San Mateo County Coroner, 51 San Mateo County District Attorney, 51 San Mateo County government, 51 San Mateo County Office of Education, 51 San Mateo County Parks Commission, 51 San Mateo County Planning Commission, 51 San Mateo County Sheriff, 51 San Mateo County Superior Court, 51 San Mateo County, Other county officers and services, 51

San Mateo Medical Center, 51 Schools, 25 Seniors, 41 Sequoia Healthcare District, 52 Sequoia Hospital, 52 Services for people with disabilities, 42 Skateboarding, 21 Soccer, 21 Social services, 42 Softball, 21 Special events, 17 Sports (for kids), 24 Stanford University, 15 State Assembly, 51 State Senate, 51 Suicide Crisis Hotline, 37 Summer concert series, 17 Sunset Magazine and Gardens, 15 Swim and Tennis Clubs, Private, 21 Swimming, 21 Tennis, 21 Theater, 17 U.S. Geological Survey Menlo Center, 15 West Bay Sanitary District, 52 Woodside, 50, 52 Woodside Architectural and Site Review Board, 50 Woodside committees, 50 Woodside Fire Protection District, 52 Woodside fire service, 50 Woodside library, 50 Woodside planning commissioners, 50 Woodside police services, 50 Woodside town services (police, fire, garbage, post office, etc.), 50 Woodside town staff, 50 Woodside, statistics, 8 Woodside, Town of, 50, 52; map, 45

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Kristin Cashin

Anne Negus

Camille Eder

Nana Spiridon

Emma Fernandez

Steve Gray

Jeff Milo

Jacqui Feldman

Geoff Hoffman

Meryle Sussman

Brendan Royer

Doyle Rundell

Jan Strohecker

Shane Stent

Laura Caplan

Jennifer Whelan

Linda Samaha

Mary Jo McCarthy

Denise Villeneuve

Dan Morgan

Suzanne Scott

Carolyn Rianda

Tim Kerns

Cathy McCarty

Lilly Chow

John Marshall

Katherine Clark

JoAnn Bedrossian

Susan Berry

Carol Bartlett

Mark Siri

Meegan Ferrari

Valerie Soltau

Michelle Englert

Roy Caelius

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