KIDFULLY Hits San Carlos: Review Local Pre-Schools, Camps, Birthday Party Locations and Much More!

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Filling a Huge Need If your house has been anything like my house over the past few years, trying to figure out the differences on pre-schools, schools, camps, classes, birthday party locations and everything in between for your kids can be an exhaustive process.  There has never been a go-to source with reliable reviews.  That is no longer true.  Enter …

Patxi’s Coming to San Carlos, JoeyRae to Get New Space

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Patxi’s For those of you unfamiliar with Patxi’s, you are about to get a dose of what a true pizza craze is all about.  The wildly popular Patxi’s, Chicago style pizza will be moving into the building currently holding Laurel Street Antiques on the 600 block of Laurel Street.  The Patxi’s in Palo Alto can be standing room only at …

PODCAST: An Interview with City Council Candidate Cameron Johnson

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Meet Cameron Johnson It was a pleasure to conduct the following podcast for Cameron Johnson, who is running for San Carlos City Council this November. In my experience knowing Cameron, I have found him to be hard working, balanced, open minded and very bright.  Take a listen to the podcast below to learn a little bit more about Cameron. *** …

Announcing The 1st Annual San Carlos Grill Off

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Start Your Barbeques! The only competition of its kind in San Carlos will be held on August 24, 2013, on the grounds of Central Middle School.  Delicious bbq will be available to the public for purchase, along with activities for kids and music.  Here is your chance to show-off your mastery of the barbeque.  The competition has two different categories:  …

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San Carlos Synthetic Turf Battle Is Heating Up……Again

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Here We Go Again It’s almost unimaginable, but the San Carlos synthetic turf battle is heating up once again.  The last battle lasted through three city councils, four Parks and Recreation Commissions and ten very long years.  At long last, synthetic was installed at Highlands Park.  Now, the City of San Carlos and residents surrounding Crestview Park appear ready for …

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Four Upcoming San Carlos Events

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Mark Your Calendars Please scroll down to see a list of these worthwhile San Carlos Events that are headed your way! The Wizard of Oz The San Carlos Children’s Theater’s production of The Wizard of Oz opens May 10th and marks the company’s 100th production.  Since 1991, the SCCT has been enriching the lives of youth in San Carlos and …

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San Carlos Hometown Days To Announce King and Queen Pets

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King and Queen Pets Does your pet have what it takes to be crowned the King or Queen Pet of San Carlos?  This competition, which is being offered through San Carlos Hometown Days, was the idea of San Carlos resident Allison Rak.  Looking for a way to build on the Pet Parade from previous years, Rak has come up with …

Sequoia Union High School District Considering Boundary Changes

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An Expected Surge in Enrollment In a letter to Sequoia Union High School District families, Superintendent James Lianides laid out the plan for six community meetings which will discuss possible boundary changes for Carlmont, Sequoia, Menlo-Atherton and Woodside high schools.  The primary reason behind the prospective boundary change is the expected surge in enrollment.  Here are the projections by SUHSD: …