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    18.January.Friday

    5:30 PM-8:30 PM
    Fri, Jan 18, 2019
    Tierra Linda Middle School
    Tierra Linda Middle School, Dartmouth Avenue, San Carlos, CA, USA
    Come enjoy a fun evening with your family and friends. Play a variety of board and card games that are fun, competitive and educational in nature. Local board game players will loan their personal games for play, plus teach and coordinate game playing. Bring games from home to share as well. Gator Games of San Mateo has donated a number of games that will be given out as prizes throughout the evening. (Gator Games discount coupons will be available to those in attendance.)Hot dog dinners and drinks will be sold from 5:30-7:30 PM. $5 for a complete dinner combo package--dog, drink, chips and cookie! Come join in the fun!
  • 18
    18.January.Friday

    6:30 PM-7:00 PM
    Fri, Jan 18, 2019
    Tierra Linda Middle School
    Tierra Linda Middle School, Dartmouth Avenue, San Carlos, CA, USA
    We are having our seventh San Carlos City-Wide Roshambo (Rock, Paper, Scissors) Contest, with finals during Family Game Night at Central's Mustang Hall. Both "at-large" finalists and school champions will participate in the finals. Prizes will be awarded. If you are interested in participating in the "at-large" division just come along to Family Game Night and sign-up. Everyone can play -- Kindergarten and above.Rules:
    • You and your opponent make a fist with one hand and tap it three times on the fist of the other hand (or another hard surface).
    • You and your opponent should both count the strokes out loud.
    • On the third tap you and your opponent should both make or “throw” your characterizations of either ROCK, PAPER, or SCISSORS very distinctly, at the exact same time, so there is absolutely no mistake what you threw.
    • Winner is awarded 1 point for the winning throw. (Rock dulls/beats scissors, paper covers/beats rock, scissors cuts/beats paper.)
    • If you and your opponent “throw” the same character, no points are awarded--try again.
    • A player must win two out of three throws to win a game and two games to win the match.
  • 19
    19.January.Saturday

    9:00 AM-11:00 AM
    Sat, Jan 19, 2019
    Pulgas Ridge Open Space Preserve
    166 Edmonds Rd, Redwood City, CA 94062, USA
    Enjoy a great morning walking with the family in this lovely San Carlos nature spot. Local hiker Tom Davids will explain local history of the preserve.Some interesting links are:
  • 20
    20.January.Sunday

    2:00 PM-4:00 PM
    Sun, Jan 20, 2019
    San Carlos Library
    san carlos library
    Come celebrate San Carlos' Week of the Family here at the library! This year's event it to be determined. Check back later for final details Last year's event:  We have invited the Little Explorer's Petting Zoo to come teach us all about the farm animals that live on their farm. There will be 25 of the friendliest farm animals you have ever seen for you to see up close and personal. Come touch and learn about their alpaca, pot belly pig, large tortoise, goats, sheep, chickens, ducks, and bunnies. Visitors will have an opportunity to feed the animals a small snack, as well as learn how to hold the smaller animals. In order to make sure everyone has a one-on-one experience with the animals, visitors will be taking turns coming inside of the small petting zoo.  http://www.littleexplorerspettingzoo.com/
  • 21
    21.January.Monday

    All day
    Mon, Jan 21, 2019
    All Over Town
    San Carlos, CA 94070, USA
    Since its inception in 1999, the Week of the Family Committee has designated the Monday evening of the week as a night reserved for families to stay at home and do something specifically with their family. It is hoped that reserving one night per week will become habit-forming. To show their support, San Carlos principals unanimously declared Monday, as a "No Homework" night.Family Activity Night is for everyone. You are encouraged to “adopt” friends and neighbors who would enjoy an evening of family activities.Ideas for things to do as a family:
    • Play board or card games
    • Get out the family photo album
    • Make up a play or story
    • Make dinner—everyone contributes a dish
    • Make a family calendar
    • Read a book aloud (book lists are available at the library)
    • Write letters to grandparents or other family members
    • Draw or paint a picture
    • Learn how to use a compass
    • Pull out your old records, tapes, CDs, then listen to and discuss music
    • Tell stories from your family history
    • Go to the library
    • Bake bread
    • Start a family journal
    • Sing
    Some Interesting links for additional things to do are:
  • 22
    22.January.Tuesday

    All day
    Tue, Jan 22, 2019
    All Over Town
    San Carlos, CA 94070, USA
    Enjoy a family dinner...and give the family cook(s) the night off! Eating dinner with the family is often cited as a cherished childhood memory. Allow our community-minded restaurateurs to help you celebrate. The San Carlos restaurants listed below are offering a Cooks’ Night Off Special Discount when you mention “San Carlos Week of the Family.” Enjoy...and, don’t forget to thank the manager for their support to our families!Last year's (2018) Participating restaurants are listed below. Check back in December to see an updated list for 2019!
    • Cuisinett, French Comfort Food, 1105 San Carlos Ave., www.cuisinett.comSpecial: 10% off your bill (excluding beverages). (Geoffroy Raby)
    • Patxi's, 677 Laurel St., www.patxispizza.comSpecial: Free kid's pizza with purchase of entree. (Tom Aragon)
    • Spasso, 769 Laurel St., www.spassosc.comSpecial: Kids eat free with parent. (Kirk)
    • Sneakers Pub & Grill , 1163 San Carlos Ave., www.sneakerpub.comSpecial: Kids under 10 eat free (children’s menu) with each adult meal ordered (Steve Salazar)
    • Town , 716 Laurel St., www.townsc.comSpecial: 10% discount (excluding alcohol). (Michelle Qadri)
    • West Park Bistro, 788 Laurel St., www.westparkbistro.comSpecial Free Glass of wine for mom and dad per entree. (Kubiley)
    FYI: Don't forget...it's polite to tip on the full (pre-discount) amount.
  • 22
    22.January.Tuesday

    3:30 PM-5:30 PM
    Tue, Jan 22, 2019
    San Carlos Elms
    San Carlos Elms, Elm Street, San Carlos, CA, United States
    Calling all Middle School kids! Come down with your family and spend an evening with the residents of The Elms. Many fun activities including making Valentines cards for veterans, reading or playing games with the residents, and helping the residents use their iPADs. Feel free to bring your favorite short story to read.Sign up at Central or Tierra Linda.
  • 23
    23.January.Wednesday

    6:00 PM-8:00 PM
    Wed, Jan 23, 2019
    Hiller Museum
    Hiller Aviation Museum, Skyway Road, San Carlos, CA, United States
    Explore the magic of flight at the Hiller Aviation Museum! Discover how aircraft fly with a collection of some 50 historic aircraft. Take on the wind tunnel challenge in the Invention Lab, see robotic flight in the Drone Plex, take the controls of a realistic flight simulator and much more on a family-themed evening of aerial excitement.Pilots of all ages are welcome to participate. No reservations required, but flight simulation capacity is limited and tickets will be distributed at check-in on a first-come, first-served basis. We’ll see you there!
  • 23
    23.January.Wednesday

    7:00 PM-9:00 PM
    Wed, Jan 23, 2019-Sat, Jan 26, 2019
    Central Middle School
    828 Chestnut St, San Carlos, CA 94070, United States
    Buy TicketsSan Carlos Children's Theater presents Mary Poppins JR. Students from Arroyo School, Charter Learning Center, Central Middle School and Tierra Linda Middle School will perform. Checkout the web page at sancarloschildrenstheater.com. The play begins Wednesday, Janurary 23 and runs through Sunday, January 27. Go to the web site above to purchase your tickets!Disney’s Mary Poppins JR.‘s tuneful score, with songs will delight the whole family.
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    24.January.Thursday

    6:30 PM-8:30 PM
    Thu, Jan 24, 2019
    San Carlos Library
    San Carlos Library, Elm Street, San Carlos, CA, United States
    Come and get started learning about where your family came from (genealogy) and where they went along the way.To make the research for an ancestor a bit easier, please bring as much information as possible. Click here to download a form to capture your family information and/or go to www.familysearch.org and get started putting in your ancestors information. This is a free site. Please come prepared with family information.
    • Family names (maiden name for women)
    • Birthdays
    • Birth locations
    • Marriage dates and spouse's name
    • Date of death and place
    If you have come before, download the Family tree app (white background with a tree on it). It is also free. Let's Go MOBILE too!A fun activity for all (recommended for older children). And if you don't have kids...no problem!FYI: We will also sign blue card for Genealogy Merit Badge for Boy Scouts.
  • 25
    25.January.Friday

    6:00 PM-7:30 PM
    Fri, Jan 25, 2019
    San Carlos Youth Center
    1001 Chestnut St, San Carlos, CA 94070, USA
    This is a concert for kids featuring the Purple Fox & the Heebie Jeebies. Purple Fox and the Heebie Jeebies is a Fun, Funky, Hip Hop, Rockin' and Rollin' Band based in Silicon Valley. They bring a FUN interactive experience for young children, elementary schoolers, and the full grown movers and shakers!
  • 26
    26.January.Saturday

    10:00 AM-12:00 PM
    Sat, Jan 26, 2019
    San Carlos Museum of History
    San Carlos Museum of History, Laurel Street, San Carlos, CA, United States
    Come join the fun as a family to find various geocache treasures all over San Carlos. Meet in front of the San Carlos Museum.REI will again be sponsoring this event, and will bring some GPS units to check out and use….or use your own unit.
  • 26
    26.January.Saturday

    10:00 AM-12:00 PM
    Sat, Jan 26, 2019
    San Carlos Museum of History
    San Carlos Museum of History, Laurel Street, San Carlos, CA, United States
    Enjoy a leisurely walk through the downtown area as you search for items in the windows of local merchants listed on the Scavenger Hunt Sheet. Your entire family will share in the fun as you scan windows seeking the hunt objects. The hunt begins at the San Carlos Museum between 10 a.m. and noon. A list of rules and a hunt sheet will be given to each family prior to the start.Prizes will be awarded to the family with the most correct answers in the following categories: families with children six and younger, seven to 12 years of age and 13 and older. Dust off your magnifying glass and we’ll see you at the museum.