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Senior Coastsiders is inviting seniors to join the mystery book club. It will be a hybrid meeting at the Senior Coastsiders & on Zoom. This month we‘re discussing Boar Island, by Nevada Barr. Books are available at Senior Coastsiders office or from the HMB library. Contact Hope Atmore at Senior Coastsiders to get your Zoom invitation. (650)726-9056
Flying Fish Grill (Next to Texaco Station)
Bring a favorite game to share or teach to other Villagers.
Join members and their guests on a hike along the Pacific Ocean at Moss Beach Bluffs in Moss Beach. Bring binoculars and water. NDogs are welcome on leash. Park on Ocean.
Game Kastle, Redwood City
Join us for another intergenerational VSMC activity in partnership with a local youth organization. We’ll be spending the afternoon playing board games and card games together. This is a great opportunity to learn something new, or to find a partner to play your favorite game. You’re welcome to bring a game you‘ve been wanting to play, or to play one of the games provided at the store.We‘ll meet at Game Kastle (https://gamekastle.com/stores/redwoodcity/index.php) at 340 Walnut St, Redwood City. Registration is required and space is limited, so be sure to RSVP! Members have priority for this event, but volunteers are welcome. If you would like to attend, please call the VSMC office, 650-260- 4569, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, February 1. Be sure to indicate whether or not you will need a ride. Masks are required to attend.
Join Village members and their guests at this monthly movie offering at the library.
San Carlos Adult Community Center
Local jazz historian Alisa Clancy will explore the history of jazz viewed through the lens of social justice. Alisa has been an instructor at the College of San Mateo and ran the jazz station, KCSM, for over 30 years. We’ll learn about the lives of three prominent women in jazz in the 1950‘s: Marian McPartland, Mary Lou Williams and Maxine Sullivan, who were the only three women recognized in the 1958 Great Day in Harlem photograph by Art Kane. These women’s stories will be explored as we listen to the music they created.
Join Members at this local gelato spot in Princeton Harbor for gelato or cocoa. This is a no pressure, fun time to connect with other Villagers. Bring a friend!