GUIDE TO 2013 SUMMER C AMPS FOR KIDS
Camp Connec tion
A special publication produced by the Palo Alto Weekly, The Almanac and Mountain View Voice
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Summer Camp Connection 2013
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Culinary magic without culinary degrees at Woodside Bakery & Cafe
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MENLO PARK Craftsman-style home in sought after Felton Gables neighborhood. Shingled façade with 5bd/4.5ba on 3 levels. Kitchen/ family room opens to backyard. Lower level has a rec/media room, bedroom, bathroom, and temperature controlled wine cellar. Master suite and 2 family bedrooms on upper level. Landscaped grounds with patio, and raised ﬂower/vegetable beds. Detached 2 car garage. $3,450,000
MENLO PARK One-of-a-kind architectural gem. Custom home in a fabulous setting with a spectacular panoramic vista. Inviting, open ﬂoor plan, high ceilings, and abundant natural light. 3,000+/- sf with 3 bedrooms, ofﬁce and professional grade kitchen. Conveniently located near Stanford University and 280. Top rated Las Lomitas School District.
REDWOOD CITY Dramatic, private home on a peaceful hilltop setting. High ceilings and walls of glass on the main ﬂoor capture beautiful views and lots of natural light. Views of the western hills and canyon from almost every room. Spacious guest suite offers bedroom, family room/kitchen and private entrance. Backyard features an upper and lower lawn area, scenic gardens, hot tub, BBQ area, and sport court. $1,199,000
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Photo by Michelle Le/The Almanac
The iron grill work on these light fixtures on display in the Woodside Community Museum were once used in the Jackling House, built in 1926 on Mountain Home Road. A couple is proposing to use town-owned artifacts from the Jackling House in a new home on Whiskey Hill Road.
Town weighs future of Jackling House artifacts By Dave Boyce