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July 21-22 Santa Cruz Avenue, Menlo Park Inside: Festival Highlights - 3 • Music - 4 • Directory of Artisans - 6 • Festival Map - 7 • Chef Demos - 10

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MENLO PARK GETS FESTIVE FOR ITS POPULAR MID-SUMMER FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS Connoisseurs’ Marketplace, “A Feast For The Senses,” Runs July 21-22

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enlo Park’s 26th annual Connoisseurs’ Marketplace street festival is taking place Saturday and Sunday, June 2122, in downtown Menlo Park. Hosted by the Menlo Park Chamber of Commerce, the festival takes place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day on Santa Cruz Avenue from El Camino Real to Johnson Street. Admission is free. Pets are not allowed.

Highlights n 250 artists and craftmakers n A variety of live music. n Chefs’ demos tent. n AutoVino Collector Car Showcase. n Food and drink. n Microbrew and wine tasting tent. n Artisan specialty food n Kids’ fun zone. n Home and garden exhbits.

n Organic and green products showcase n A mobile app on the event for Apple, Android and Amazon Kindle devices via the iMenloPark app.

Street closures/vehicle parking/bicycle parking Santa Cruz Avenue will be closed to vehicular traffic from El Camino Real to Johnson Street for the two-day festival. Parking will be available in the parking plazas adjacent to Santa Cruz Avenue, on side streets surrounding the festival area, and at the Caltrain station on Merrill Street. The Rotary Club of Menlo Park will be offering bicycle parking in the Coldwell Banker parking lot at 930 Santa Cruz Avenue. Bicycle parking racks are also available at several locations on Santa Cruz Avenue.

Public transportation Caltrain and SamTrans will run their normal weekend service both

days. The Menlo Park Caltrain/ SamTrans station is about a block from the festival grounds. For Caltrain and SamTrans schedule information, call 800-6604287 or visit caltrain.com or samtrans.com. For VTA information, call 800-894-9908 or visit vta.org.

Info line/website For festival information, call the Menlo Park Chamber of Commerce at 650-325-2818 or visit miramarevents. com. The Facebook page is ConnoisseursMarketplaceMenloPark.

The Menlo Park Chamber of Commerce would like to express its sincere thanks to the hundreds of volunteers who have given so generously of their time and service, and to the following sponsors whose participation has helped make the festival possible.

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MUSIC

The Big Dig headlines Free music all day, both days, on the Fremont Park stage, including: n The 12-piece R&B and funk band The Big Dig performs Saturday, July 21, from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

n Six String integrates classic rock and pop with a newer, warmer rock quality.

n The Groove Kings play danceable, popular, groove-oriented party music.

n The Jesse Charles Bank is a six- to nine-piece dance band covering music from the 1940s through today’s hits.

n Drive! performs funk, rock and R&B tunes.

n SF Bay Jazz plays jazz styles from swing to bop, Latin to contemporary.

On the streets n The GroWiser Band, with vocalist Hubert Emerson, seeks to spread the message of love and compassion through music.

n Heartstrings Music plays romantic, easy listening Italian melodies.

The Big Dig

Entertainment Schedule Fremont Park stage Saturday, July 21 Sunday, July 22 11:30 AM to 2:00 PM

11:30 AM to 1 PM

2:30 PM to 4:45 PM

1:30 PM to 3:30 PM

5:30 PM to 8:00 PM

4:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Jesse Charles Band Drive

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The Groove Kings

Drive

Six Strings

The GroWiser Band

SF Bay Jazz Six String

The Groove Kings

Street locations (all day/both days) HeartStrings Music (Evelyn St.), Emerson & The GroWiser Band (Maloney Lane)

Kids’ fun zone

Entertainment and activities for children and families Including: n Radio Disney Road Crew on Saturday, July 21, with games, dance moves and prizes.

n Face painting and temporary tattoos.

n Carnival style rides.

n Science 2 The Classroom, offering education, wonder and fossil digs.

n 24-foot climbing wall.

n Choo-choo train rides.

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Directory of Artisans Ceramics Foxlo Pottery

Garney, Fox/Lois............................ 601/603

Hang Ups Unlimited

Gerometta/Kain, Eleanor/Terry..........100

Cinnabar Ceramics

Graham, Geoff................................ 423/425

Anne Klocko Designs

Klocko, Anne.............................................. 416

Purple Door Pottery

Lewis, Anne................................................ 214

Jon Price

Price, Jon.......................................... 910/912

John C Reiger Pottery

Reiger, John............................................... 903

Vessel Elegance

Rosas, Richard.......................................... 202

Will Sanford

Sandford, Will............................................108

Stonefish (Trout) Pottery

Taylor, Jimee/Jeff......................................707

Computer Generated FonArow Photography

Jane Mohr Designs

Natural Creations

Marks Objects Unlimited

NjerI

Muchai, Sally............................................. 808

Fabrications

Chang, Paula..............................................106

Art’frica

Yeah Yeah! Pony Prince

Comstock Art Glass

Peter Daskaloff

L. O’neill Design

Meditrina Designs

Crayton, Jennifer Erickson.................... 115

De La Nuez, Nelson.......................412/414

Mcclelland, Whitney Pintello.............. 220

Via Ripatti Designs

J. Dubson-Design Odyssey

Sharon MeDler Fine Art

Eco Fashions

Francine Fiesel

Karen Hale Mixed Media Paintings Hale, Karen..................................... 442/444 Skysong Studios Johnson, Dolly Cahill.................. 602/604 Time Craft Designs Mackenzie, Lance.................................... 204 Imagery Minamora, Denis........................... 207/209 Erika Schmitt Schmitt, Erika............................................. 218 Sacred Laughter Senour, Robin........................................... 826 Classic Jay’s Art Topping, Jay...............................................921

Mohr, Jane................................................. 904

Mullen/Bevilacqua, Jodi/Oscar...........951 O’neill/Bedford, Lori/Kate.....................933 Ripatti, Steve/Linda................................ 606

A Buckle A Wick & A Chick

Flynn, Kristi................................................ 306

Curlew Crafts

Ingber, Cedar.................................. 829/831

Collage Richard Curtner Art

Curtner, Richard............................. 812/814

Drawing/Pastel

Fiesel, Francine......................................... 616

Morgan Fischer Jewelry

Inky Binky Bonky

Ted Groves

Shebobo&Sayuki Designs

Halem & Co. De Sonoma

Organic Attire

Jeannie Haydon Creative Jewelry Haydon, Jeannie...................................... 828 Silver & Stones Jones, Kathryn................................. 114/116 Ling-Yen Designs Jones, Ling-Yen........................................ 222 Fine Jewelry Marks, Mendy............................................ 411 Fun Girls Jewelry Mayhew, Gayle......................................... 805 Kelly Morgen Jewelry Morgen, Kelly.............................................129 Mountain & Robbins Mountain/Robbin, Judie/Wayne....... 217 Sally Peacock Art Design Group Pacheco, Sonia Lee................................. 947 Mark Poulin Poulin, Mark.................................... 914/916 Carmen Priolo Design Priolo, Carmen..........................................705 Ramos Designs Ramos, Barbara.........................................301 Ruxton Designs Ruxton, Nicky........................................... 624 Sasha Samuels Samuels, Sasha......................................... 203 Hartstring Jewelry Sar, Aline..................................................... 504 Hang In There Somberg/Harp, Elfried/Thomas.... 613/615 Silverworks Sotelo, Emilio............................................. 216 Kayoko Designs Tachibana, Kayoko/Nori........................927 Jayne Thomas Designs Thomas, Jayne.......................................... 440 Gunn Trigère Trigere, Gunn............................................ 936

Ryan, Jacqueline.......................................120 Samos, Dee Dee....................................... 819 Schipper/Saul, Kirsten/Tiana.............. 406 Stephens, Jan/Gary................................. 101

Paint Misbehavin’

Thomas, Suzi...................................434/436

Tote Bella

Westover, Merrie..................................... 424

Gourmet Food Tres Classique

Allen, Thomas............................................ 121

Skylake Ranch

Brown, Gail................................................. 215

The Smoke Stack Co. Inc

Davis, Brant................................................ 111

Gourmet Temptations

Gibson, John/Earle.................................. 113

Primos Gourmet Food

Heier/Riccomi, Debi/Gary..................... 118

Mann/Kerr, Sarena/Susan.................... 428

Fiber Functional

Glass

Summerville, Jean...................................221

Fiber Decorative Exultation Arts

Butterfield, Deborah.............................. 913

Sheila Collins Fabric Art

Collins, Sheila............................................. 219

Zen Modern Design

De Chauron, Deanna................... 312/314

Sarena Mann Studios

Sky Chairs

Michael K. Originals

Romiti Art

Pacific Winds/Designs By Debra Barsy, Debra.............................................. 304 A. Cain Warm Glass Cain, Aileen................................................ 911 Caruso & Foschi Designs Caruso/Foschi, Jerry/Nick.................... 506 Carol Glashoff Artist Glashoff, Carol.......................................... 208 Sutherland Glass Art Sutherland, Bryon.........................700/702 Williams Glassworks Williams, Vince/Kerry............................. 943 Zajda Glass Studio Zajda, Peter/Nancy.......................200/201

Anderson/Halverson, Sarah/Tim..... 122/124 Romiti, Lawrence/Judith.......................935

Fiber Wearable Slainte Bags

Bornemann, Jill............................... 417/419

Wenifnotnow

Bragg, Andrea........................................... 127

John A. Conroy/Three D

Conroy, John.............................................. 211

Rubina Designs

Coton, Rubina........................................... 403

Susan Eastman

Eastman, Susan........................................ 205

Barnett, Michael...................................... 906

One Of A Kind Tie-Dyed Clothing

Jewelry

Ferguson, Karen............................ 923/925

Pala Pala

Hall, Barbara.............................................. 223

Patty & Company

Ava Austin Studios

Austin, Ava....................................... 427/429

Original Designs

Herrera, Patty........................................... 909

Barbera, Toni............................................. 503

Jewelry Totes, Etc

Soni Bergman Designs

Jansen, Sharon/Paul.............................. 934

Debra King Designs

Dubson, Jerry/Joan................................ 900

Jax Hatz

Central Valley Gourmet Nut Company Hirschfield/Sistrunk, Mel/George......105 Sabor Mexicano Food (Cancun Taqueria) Munguia, Eric....... 125 Nan’s Gourmet Foods/Pastamore Pagan, Nancy............................................. 811 Global Grub Sheehy, Carley...........................................123 California Wine Slush Smith, Chuck.............................................. 212 Spice Hound Tan, Tammy................................................ 213

Dogartnow.Com

Comstock, Geri......................................... 800

Ruvalcaba, Richard..................................104

Fonarow, Craig............................... 408/410

Candles

Bourassa, Linda.............................. 821/823

Bergman, Soni.......................................... 608

Wood Images

King, Debra......................................305/307

Blanck, Neil/Vivian..................................926

Cruise Hats/Manning Enterprises Manning, Kerry........................................ 940

Bolin, Cindy............................................... 435

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Fischer, Morgan........................................ 810 Groves, Ted/Nat........................................103 Halem, Michael........................................ 300

Kid’s Accessories Daisies

Kienitz, Susan/Ted........................605/607

Kaleidoscope Aurora Lights Kaleidoscopes Eller (Glass), Peter........................... 413/415

Leather Wooly Rascals

Gurdal, Chris/Charlotte............... 609/611

Grape Craft

Lafrenz, Richard........................................937

Dawn Mountain Leatherart

Mountain, Susan..................................... 827

Head ‘N Home

Watrous/Grillos, Gary/Ronia..... 818/820

Mixed Media Aka Inspired Art

Alenik, Ann Keefe.......................... 431/433

Anderson, Mark............................. 418/420 Dallas, Angela........................................... 950 Daskaloff, Peter.........................................501

Popland Studios

Miscellaneous Butterfly Gallery

Albaranes, Steven.................................... 817

Earthstones

Anderson, Kathleen/John.................... 945

La Luna Designs

Bjornli, Lars................................................ 944

Stone Soup Designs

Mc Call, Richard....................................... 404

Metal Colorworks

Goettlicher, Diane................................... 302

MetaLphoria

Hoard, Kristen........................................... 206

Iron Rhapsody

Knight, Laura................................. 704/706

Suntec

Reece, Daryl.............................................. 622

Personal Care Wonder Oil Emu Oil Products

Moores, Elizabeth................................... 303

Essence Of O

Olarte, Conny & Dennis.............. 939/941

Photography Dennis Barloga Photography Barloga, Dennis...............................915/917 Zeny Cieslikowski Cieslikowski, Zeny . ....................... 617/619 John Gavrillis Photos Gavrilis, John................................... 130/131 Chris Honeysett Photography Honeysett, Chris............................822/824 Dennis Kohn Studios Kohn, Dennis................................... 618/620 Nancy Laube Photography Laube, Nancy.............................................102 Greg Magee Photography Magee, Greg..............................................109 MaybeRry/Archuleta Photography Mayberry, Tom............................... 801/803 Fred Mertz Photography Mertz, Fred................................................ 938 Proehl Studios Proehl, Susan/Matt................................. 438 Volakis Gallery Volakis, Emanuel............................813/815

Painting Delia Bradford Fine Arts

Bradford, Delia............................... 505/507

The Faux Louvre

Buchanan, Mernie (Marion).......400/402

Sathya Burchman Fine Arts

Burchman, Sathya....................................401

E J D Designs

Drew, Evelyn Jenkins...................405/407

Lynn Jaye Fine Art

Jaye, Lynn......................................... 308/310

Marlatt Studios

Marlatt, Tom.................................... 701/703

Whitney Mcclelland Designs

Medler, Sharon............................... 928/930

Maia Negre Fine Art

Negre, Maia..................................... 430/432

Osborn Studio

Osborn, Jacqueline................................. 422

John Muir Reid Studios

Reid, John........................................ 807/809

Jeff Skelly Fine Art

Skelly, Jeff................................................... 802

Ora’s Art

Tamir, Ora..........................................610/612

Printmaking/Graphics Gallery Leu

Leu, Michael.................................... 929/931

Nzalamba Artworks

Nzalamba/Rubadiri, Paul/Lungala ....804/806

Terry Steinke

Steinke, Terry............................................. 614

Sculpture Modern Life Designs

Brett, Douglas................................. 110/112

Andy Welds

Byrne, Andy.....................................500/502

Glashoff Sculpture

Glashoff, Phillip.............................. 126/128

Jeff Owen Artworks

Owen, Jeff.................................................. 902

Robert S Snyder

Snyder, Steve............................................ 600

Bruce Stamp Wood Sculpture

Stamp, Bruce.............................................. 816

Toys Buttons Up

Farrell, Linda............................................... 210

The Woodsman

Gold, Doug/Bobbie................................ 830

Handpainted Wood Puzzles

Jack, Marvin/Margaret.......................... 825

Learn And Play

Julao/Gomez, Arlyne/Lea.................... 426

Joe & Joy Kick

Kick, Joe/Joy...............................................421

Wood Spring Garden Cedar

Andersen, Steven......................... 946/948

Aragon Signature Designs

Aragon, Fernando.................................... 919

Wood Turning Obsession

Davison, Jeff.................................... 437/439

Wood U Like

Earling, Tim................................................ 908

Maki Sushi Ki

Iwamasa, Ron/Norene............................107

Mission City Pens

Lane, Brian..................................................932

The Wood Mason

Mason, Pat/Barbara......................905/907

Hudson River Inlay

Nelson, Jeff................................................ 409

Moonlight Shenanigans

Rully, David................................................ 949

The Vintage Redwood Co

Simons, Jim...................................... 117/119

Izzy Jewel Box

Sislow, Micki/Jerry.................................. 942

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Festival Map Chestnut St.

Seating Area

Beverages

910-916 F-11

120-130

200-222

101-119

121-131

201-223

300-314

Food Area

500-506

401-409

501-507

600-624

700-706

800-830

701-707

801-831

926-944

901-945

Chestnut St.

Crane St.

Artist Hospitality

Parking

Police/Fire & First Aid

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Chef Demos

Collector Car Show

Aroma Concessions

Fried Calamari, Garlic Fries, BBQ Oysters, Crabcakes, Portobello Mushroom Sandwiches, Tri-Tip Sandwiches, Smoked Turkey Legs

The wine offerings are: nR  enwood Winery’s Zinfandel, Barbera, Viognier and Pinot Grigio.

F1

The Tamale Factory

nB  arefoot Wine & Bubbly’s Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Cabernet Sauvignon, Dry Brut Cuvee and Pink Moscato.

Tamales (Pork, Chicken,Jalapeno), Tacos (Soft Chicken or Beef ) with Rice & Beans, Quesadillas n For beer lovers: Sam Adams Summer Ale, Sam Adams Boston Lager, Blue Moon Belgian White and Coors Light. DBI Beverage, Renwood Winery and Barefoot Wine and Bubbly are the beer and wine sponsors. VOSS Artesian Water is the festival’s official water sponsor. Wine and beer glasses with the festival logo will be available.

Tasting Tent Features Microbrews & Wines

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he Microbrew and Wine Tasting Tent will be open from noon to 5 p.m. to coincide with the adjacent chefs’ demonstrations. It is located on Doyle Street and Santa Cruz Avenue next to Left Bank restaurant.

Beers On the beer-tasting menu are: Anchor Liberty Ale, Ballast Point Pale Ale, Ommegang Seduction, Anderson Valley Summer Solstice, Pyramid Curve Ball, Full Sail Wassail, 21st Amemdment Bitter American, Mendocino Brewing Bock, Drake’s

Restrooms

Food Vendors

variety of wines, beers and other beverages will be available at the event.

nC  ruzan Rum Premium Mojito: Cruzan Aged Light Rum blended with fresh lime juice, soda, a dash of bitters and mint poured over ice.

Bike Parking

Menlo Avenue

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n S auza Original Margarita: Genuine Sauza Blanco Tequila blended with triple sec.

Music

601-619

Wine, Brews & More

Beverage alternatives include:

947-951

Microbrew & Wine Tasting Tent

Menlo Avenue

nH  B Chardonnay, Pepi Sauvignon Blanc, Camelot Pinot Noir, Camelot Sauvignon Blanc and Toschi Zinfandel

946-950

TO PALO ALTO

Evelyn St.

900-908

Curtis St.

411-439 F-10

University Dr.

400-444

F1-F6

Chamber Info Booth Lost & Found

301-307

Fremont Park

F-8

Johnson Alley

100-118

Food Area

Doyle St.

TO 280

El Camino Real

Santa Cruz Avenue

Music Stage

Food

Walkway

Crane St.

Kid’s Fun Zone

F12-F18

TO ATHERTON

Maloney Lane

Oak Grove Avenue University Drive

Oak Grove Avenue

Brewing 1500 American Pale Ale, Stone Brewing IPA and Heretic Evil Twin Blood Red West Coast Amber. DBI Beverage is the beer-tasting sponsor.

Wines Woodside Vineyards, one of the oldest and smallest California wineries, offers estate wines from the Santa Cruz Mountains. Among the offerings: 2009 Kings Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon, 2010 Woodside Chardonnay and 2009 Estate Pinot Noir. For information on Woodside Vineyards wine, wine club and events, visit woodsidevineyards.com

Sonoma Teriyaki Chicken Teriyaki on Stick, Chow Mein, Garlic Fries, Fried Rice, Artichoke Hearts With Crab and Shrimp, Garlic Fries, Prawns

F10

Kurlander Soft Serve Frozen Yogurt

F11

Ear-Good Corn Roast

F2

Roasted Corn, Baked Potatoes

Garden Creamery

F12

Tiramisu Popsicle, Strawberry & Mascarpone, Salted Caramel Popscicle With Valhrona Crunchy Pearls, Vanilla Bean Popscicle With Colorful Sprinkles, Sorbet Popsicles (Dairy Free)

Thai Kebob BBQ BBQ Honey Chicken, Pork, Beef, Crispy Fried Chicken Thai Style With Rice, BBQ Honey Chicken Sandwich, Thai Curry Over Rice

F13

F3 B Food International

Lockeford Meat & Sausage

Gyros, Philly Cheesesteaks, Greek Salad

Sausages

F4

F14

Jamba Juice

Main Street Food Concessions

Peach, Mango-A-GoGo, Razzmatazz and Caribbean Passion Smoothies

F5

Pupusa, Fish & Chips, Garlic Fries, Fish Tacos

F15

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Sweet Delights

F6

Gourmet Funnel Cake, Assorted Burgers & Fries, Hand Dipped Foot Long Corn Dog, Parmesan Deep Fried Vegetables, Crab, Avocado and Mango Stack

Super Chicken & Pork Kebobs, Chicken Teriyaki Rice Bowl, Chicken Teriyaki Sandwiches, Terriyaki Chicken Noodles

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Connoisseurs’ Marketplace

Art for the Home and Garden, Body and Soul at Connoisseurs’ Marketplace

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ewelry, recycled metal work, embroidery wall-hangings, chic wearables, glass vessels, metal sculptures, hand-painted tiles, paintings, slate fountains, whimsical sculptures, handmade quilts, hand-thrown ceramic pieces, dramatic photography and hand carved wooden furniture –– are just some of the items you’ll find at Connoisseurs’ Marketplace, Menlo Park’s mid-summer festival of the arts.

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Functional Art Jeff Davison

Jeff Davison turns local wood into works of art using a Powermatic lathe. Most of his hand-carved wooden bowls include a rough edge, which is the tree’s original bark, and are finished with a high gloss that highlights the natural beauty of the wood. Steven Andersen designs and builds outdoor furniture out of western red cedar. His Adirondack chairs, tables, gliders and benches would make a lovely addition to a poolside or patio.

Andrea Bragg

Wearable Art

Mendy Marks

San Francisco artist Mendy Marks creates her clean, contemporary jewelry by layering a variety of metallic shapes, colors and textures using anodized aluminum, sterling silver, gold, copper, and brass. Andrea Bragg prints her lighthearted original designs in water-based inks on 100 percent cotton T-shirts. Her charming characters and uplifting sayings will fit any casual wardrobe.

Fine Art

Donny Hahn

Donny Hahn’s acrylic and oil paintings reflect the landscape of his native Northern California. The rolling hills and rugged coastlines will speak to any who have intimate acquaintance with the Golden State. Karen Hale’s canvases have been called dynamic, bold, explosive and exciting. She constructs her paintings with layers of thick and thin color that is washed, glazed or scum bled over textured surfaces using brushes, trowels and found objects, mixed with a variety of papers, found objects, fabric, thread and metallic leafing. The results are a delight of color and texture.

Juniper’s Second Annual

Karen Hale

711 Southdale, Woodside

Urban Meditation Retreat September 13 - 15, 2012, 9AM to 5PM daily Allied Arts Guild, Menlo Park, CA Led by acclaimed Buddhist master Segyu Rinpoche, the retreat will focus on ďŹ nding tranquility and spiritual meaning in the modern world. Participants will learn how to meditate and how to use meditation to bring about inner transformation. This year we will emphasize the topics of analytical meditation and balancing the emotions. No prior experience is required. Cost $375 (including lunch). For more information and to register please visit www.juniperpath.org or call 650-299-9333.

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Silver Restoration Event Are you proud to use & display your family silver...or do you hide it away because it’s old or broken?

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SAVE 20% 2 Days Only!

No appointment necessary

For two days only, silver restoration expert Joni McMahan will be at our store to provide free recommendations and estimates on the repairing and refinishing of your sterling and silverplated heirlooms, letting you know if they can be (or should be) restored. Missing parts replaced. Broken pieces repaired.

Kids 4 Sports 5k Run Sunday September 16, 2012 9am Burgess Park, Menlo Park

New Course! Family Fun Run and professionally timed 5k. Walkers and strollers welcome! All race proceeds go towards helping underprivileged kids in our area participate in team sports.

You’ll love entertaining again with your family silver or just having it restored to pass along to the next generation. You’ll also love saving 20% on silverplating and polishing during this 2-day event! So gather up your old silver today!

Register now at active.com $30 adults/$20 kids 18 & under Race Day Registration September 16, 7am at Burgess Park $35 adults/$25 kids 18 & under T-shirts for race participants, Prizes for 1st overall male and female finisher, and age-group winners!

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Celebrity Chef Joanne Weir Joins Menlo Park’s Top Toques for Delicious Demo Line-Up

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atching cooking demos can be as addictive as eating kettle corn. At Connoisseurs Marketplace, you can spend several hours each day indulging in live viewing of some of the city’s top chefs—plus celebrity chef Joanne Weir—as they demonstrate delectable dishes in an outdoor kitchen. On Saturday, Left Bank chef Brendy Monsada will prepare Pan-Seared Loch Duart Salmon with Organic Heirloom Cucumbers, Barbecued Corn, Pickled Red Onions and Toybox Tomatoes accompanied by a Micro-Rainbow Mix Salad. Next up will be television chef and James Beard Award–winning cookbook author Joanne Weir, who most recently opened the Sausalito restaurant Copita. Weir will demonstrate a Summer Salad of Seared Tuna, Shell Beans and Tomatoes with Aioli. Chef Barry Stiles of Bistro Vida will put together two quintessentially summery dishes. His classic Spanish soup, Gazpacho and Salade Niçoise. One of the most popular items on the menu at Trellis will be the subject of chef Gabriel Madrid’s demonstration. His Chicken Risotto marries sautéed chicken with shiitake mushrooms, sundried tomatoes and fresh spinach. From Menlo Hub (formerly Oak City Bar & Grill), chef Ali Kazankaya will feature Pork Tenderloin with Polenta Cakes, Sautéed Spinach and GorgonzolaCranberry Sauce. Sunday will begin with a repeat of Left Bank’s Saturday demo. Following that, Carpaccio chef Jorge Cortes will present his Chicken Milanese Salad with Arugula and Tomato.

LB Steak, which just opened in Menlo Park, will introduce chef Ryan Ellison and his Housemade Steak Sauce.

Artisan Specialty Food Vendors Dish Up Incredible Edibles

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oodies will find their special zone of nirvana while sampling the artisan produced gourmet specialty food at Connoisseurs’ Marketplace.

Artisan specialty food purveyors include:

Chef Chuck Courtney will come down from Menlo Grill at the Stanford Park Hotel to divulge the secret to his Apple Jack Barbecue Sauce. He’ll plate it up with a Grilled Berkshire Pork Chop and Brentwood Corn Mashed Potatoes. The chefs’ demonstration tent is located at Doyle Street and Santa Cruz Avenue next to Left Bank restaurant. Audience seating for up to seventy people under a giant tent will be provided. The demonstrations will run from noon to 3:45 pm Saturday and noon to 3 pm Sunday.

CHEF’S DEMO TENT SCHEDULE Saturday, July 21

Sunday, July 22

12:00 pm –– Left Bank, chef Brendy Monsada 12:45 pm –– Joanne Weir 1:30 pm –– Bistro Vida, chef Barry Stiles 2:15 pm –– Trellis, chef Gabriel Madrid 3:00 pm –– Menlo Hub, chef Ali Kazankaya

12:00 pm –– Left Bank, chef Brendy Monsada 12:45 pm –– Carpaccio, chef Jorge Cortes 1:30 pm –– LB Steak, chef Ryan Ellison 2:15 –– Menlo Grill, chef Chuck Courtney

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CA Lic. #937016

69 Isabella Avenue, Atherton Gardens Designed by Thomas Church

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.15 Acre ( two-parcel) property nestled behind a private gated entry in the most desirable section of Atherton. Extensive gardens designed by Thomas D. Church and featured in his book “Gardens are for People (2nd Edition),” both informal and classically designed gardens are adorned with roses and a variety of annuals and perennials, which provide bright splashes of color. At the rear of the home a cloistered walk frames the expansive lawn and pool. Hexagonal paving blocks were used to define the terrace and pool edge as well as the tranquil fountain to give emphasis to this focal point. With its continuous paved walk around the periphery and ample open space, the garden readily accommodates large groups. At night, soft lighting around the pool and walk, and illuminating from within the glass walls of the main and pool house

create an ambience fit for festive occasions. Spanning 3.15+/- acres, this beautiful property includes a tennis court and 14-stall stable. French architectural style main house designed by architect William Christofferson, boasts a wonderful blend of formal and casual rooms, generous room dimensions, and custom appointments. The one-level floor plan offers an open, uninterrupted flow, while walls of glass throughout provide a seamless transition to the sprawling grounds.

Summary of Features:

This home in Atherton is ideally located within minutes to downtown Menlo Park, Stanford Shopping Center, and Stanford University. It is convenient to major commuter routes, and highways 101 and 280 putting Silicon Valley, and San Francisco within easy reach. Price upon request

U In the most desirable section of Atherton U Lot size of approximately 3.15 Acres (two separate parcels) U Private gated entry U Landscaping and gardens designed by Thomas Church U French architectural style by William Christofferson U One -two blocks to Sacred Heart Schools, Menlo School, Menlo College and Menlo Circus Club U Close to downtown Menlo Park and Stanford

For additional information contact:

Lyn Jason Cobb REALTOR®, SRES, CHMS All California Agent Network of Top 1% Agents

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FOR SALE

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

1365 Bay Laurel, Menlo Park

93 Camino Por Los Arboles, Atherton

95 Fleur Place, Atherton

One-level, 5-bedroom, 4-bath creekside home on just over a half-acre; enjoy today, remodel or build new. Detached guest house, pool Offered at $4,400,000

Opportunity in prime Central Atherton, less than 1 mile from the prestigious Menlo Circus Club; approx. 2.54 level acres with original home, significant trees, and sun-swept open spaces Offered at $14,980,000

Magnificently renovated estate property with 7 bedrooms, 9 full-, 2 half-baths, gorgeous grounds with guest house and pool; premier central Atherton on cul-de-sac; Menlo Park schools Offered at $11,750,000

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

196 Selby Lane, Atherton

459 Walsh Road, Atherton

198 Heather Drive, Atherton

Impressive 5-bedroom, 4.5-bath Craftsman with glorious gardens, pool & spa on a private cul-de-sac; flexible onelevel, poolside rec room + office/nursery/fitness Offered at $3,695,000

4-bedroom, 3.5-bath home with resort-like amenities: pool, spa & tennis; English gardens & heritage oaks bordered by Sharon Heights Golf Course; Las Lomitas schools Offered at $4,100,000

Desirable one-level, Lindenwood home with lovely grounds, 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, and pool, spa and sport court; almost one acre Offered at $3,150,000

FOR SALE

SOLD

SOLD

248 Greenoaks Drive, Atherton

240 University Drive, Menlo Park

917 Middle Avenue, Menlo Park

Fully updated and expanded Lindenwood home with 6 bedrooms, 4.5 baths and guest house; fabulous rear grounds with pool and spa; excellent Menlo Park schools Offered at $4,295,000

New 3-level home in Allied Arts by Laurel Homes; classic East Coast style with 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths; Menlo Park schools Offered at $3,995,000

Sophisticated remodel in Allied Arts, one level with 2 bedrooms and 2 baths; amazing gardens with over 50 rose bushes; Menlo Park schools Offered at $1,349,000

For virtual tours of these properties, please visit www.tomlemieux.com

650 329 6645 tlemieux@cbnorcal.com tomlemieux.com DRE# 01066910

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