• 17
    17.January.Wednesday

    6:00 PM-8:00 PM
    Wed, Jan 17, 2018
    Second Harvest Food Bank
    1051 Bing St, San Carlos, CA 94070, USA


    HURRY!! SPECIAL VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY FOR TEENS
    A special Wednesday evening of food sorting for a 14+ year old youth and a parent (a parent/youth TEAM).There is limited capacity, so register EARLY for quality volunteer hours. Only 10 2-person team slots are available (plus a wait-list).

    Heather Irwin, Carlmont PTSA, is scheduling names. Send an email to irwin_heather@yahoo.com.

    Note: On Saturday, January 27, from 9:00 AM - noon, there is another opportunity for 15 2-person teams to volunteer.
  • 26
    26.January.Friday

    5:30 PM-8:30 PM
    Fri, Jan 26, 2018
    Central Middle School
    828 Chestnut St, San Carlos, CA 94070, United States


    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.)

    Gaming celebrities Matt Leacock (Pandemic, Forbidden Island, Forbidden Desert) and Susan McKinley-Ross (Qwirkle, Skippity, Lucky Dogs) are returning this year.

    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!
  • 26
    26.January.Friday

    6:30 PM-7:00 PM
    Fri, Jan 26, 2018
    Central Middle School
    828 Chestnut St, San Carlos, CA 94070, United States


    We are having our sixth 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.
  • 27
    27.January.Saturday

    9:00 AM-11:00 AM
    Sat, Jan 27, 2018
    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.

    Some interesting links are:
  • 27
    27.January.Saturday

    9:00 AM-12:00 PM
    Sat, Jan 27, 2018
    Second Harvest Food Bank
    1051 Bing St, San Carlos, CA 94070, USA


    HURRY!! SPECIAL VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY FOR TEENS
    A special Saturday morning food sorting for a 14+ year old youth and a parent (a parent/youth TEAM).There is limited capacity, so register EARLY for quality volunteer hours. Only 15 2-person team slots are available (plus a wait-list).

    Heather Irwin, Carlmont PTSA, is scheduling names. Send an email to irwin_heather@yahoo.com.

    Note: On Jan. 17, from 6:00 - 8:00 PM, there is another opportunity for 10 2-person teams to volunteer. (See the other event.)
  • 27
    27.January.Saturday

    5:30 PM-9:00 PM
    Sat, Jan 27, 2018
    Mahany Hall
    Mahany Hall, 1336 Arroyo Avenue, San Carlos, CA 94070, United States

    Lions Club annual Crab Feed Fundraiser to support a wide range of community projects. Buy a ticket from any Lion or at the door. Happy Hour: 5:30 PM; Dinner: 6:30 PM Adults: $55
  • 28
    28.January.Sunday

    2:00 PM-4:00 PM
    Sun, Jan 28, 2018
    San Carlos Library
    San Carlos Library, Elm Street, San Carlos, CA, United States


    Come celebrate San Carlos' Week of the Family here at the library! 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.
  • 29
    29.January.Monday

    All day
    Mon, Jan 29, 2018
    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: