Here are some important things happening around town that everyone should know about this upcoming week.
Today. Summer Fun Party, 10 am-1pm San Bruno Senior Center. The annual Senior Center August Summer Fun Party will feature music by the California Cowboys and line dancing with Kathy Schmidt. Lunch will be BBQ chicken. Tickets are available at the Reception Desk.
Today. Concert at the Rotary Pavilion Park – 6 p.m. “Double Funk Crunch 70’s, 80’s, 90’s & Current)”. The San Bruno Chamber of Commerce will be selling red and white wine for the enjoyment of the adults. Flier here. Wines served are available at the Bayhill Mollie Stones Market. Youth Activities Group will be selling snacks. Cash only please for all refreshments. The San Bruno Rib Shack will be selling food.
Sunday, Aug 19. 9 am-1 pm San Bruno sponsored PCFMA’s Farmers’ Market on ECR in front of The Shops at Tanforan. Flier attached. Application for booth rental attached. Today is the last day to registrar to win a free iPad to be awarded August 26th. Info: PCFMA 925-825-9090, San Bruno Chamber 588-0180. Special event today: Urban Farming Day includes a swapping of recipes, plants and or seeds by the community. PCFMA will provide some potting soil if customers would like to start their seeds right away. Fava bean seeds will be available.
Tuesday, Aug, 21. The San Mateo Mosquito & Vector Control District will be dropping treated pellets into the Mills Filed tule growth between 6 am and noon to treat possibly breeding mosquito larve. Flier attached. Info 344-8592
Tuesday, Aug. 21. CHP Older Driver Traffic Safety Seminar, Twin Pines Senior Center, 20 Twin Pines Lane, Belmone. To register and for times and info: Supervisor Adriene Tissier 363-4572. Flier attached.
Upcoming Events So You Can Plan Accordingly
Friday, Aug. 24. The San Bruno Garden Club is holding their annual Plant Sale 12:30 – 3:30 pm at the Senior Center. Shop for a variety of plants at reasonable prices.
Who's Who and What's What
1. The city's Citizens Crime Prevention Committee is pleased to provide a "See It - Hear It - Report It" window sign that you can download, save, print, and display in one of your front windows—both at home and at your place of business. The committee meets on second Thursdays in Conference Room 113 in City Hall at 7 p.m.
2. The San Mateo County Mosquito & Vector Control District reminds San Bruno residents to Dump ALL Standing Water and that West Nile Virus and Dead Birds & Squirrels testing has resumed; call 877-WNV-Bird to report freshly killed birds or squirrels. August and early September are the two months annually with the highest number of WEST NILE VIRUS reported cases. For this reason, the District has attached multiple info slides reminding readers of a number of ways they can help FIGHT THE BITE.