Hangouts

Pussyhat Project creator Krista Suh will be at Café Zoë on Feb. 25

Krista Suh, creator of the Pussyhat Project, will be at Café Zoë on Sunday, Feb. 25 at noon, signing her book, DIY Rules for a WTF World. Krista took her idea and engineered it into a grass roots worldwide movement in just two months. There will be a reading from her book, a Q & A session, […]

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Freewheel Brewing Company celebrates the legacy of Malcolm McGinnis – and its 5th anniversary

On Thursday, Feb. 22, from 6:00 to 10:00 pm, Freewheel Brewing Company will celebrate its 5th anniversary and the legacy of its founding brewer — and Menlo Park resident — Malcolm McGinnis, who passed away in September, 2016. There will be a special bottle release of Gone Fishing. All proceeds from the sale of this […]

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Birthday celebrations with Atherton roots abundant at Harry’s Hofbrau Tuesday night

Actuarily speaking, “the longer you live, the longer you’ll live.” Lou Matis, who has lived in Atherton for the past 47 years, is case in point. We thought we were celebrating something special when we attended Lou’s 100th birthday at Harry’s Hofbrau four years ago. But here we were again Tuesday night (Jan. 30) when […]

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Orion Lakota is newest brewer at Freewheel Brewing Company

Some people’s vocations are a bit of a zig zag, even at a young age. Such is the case with Orion Lakota, whose name even has a story. “My parents chose a new last name, Lakota, for both me and my sister, Raven,” he explained. “It’s after the Native American tribe. “Orion came about because […]

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Scott Bell & Friends Live Music at Cafe Zoë on Jan. 13

Scott Bell, a Menlo Park local, teacher, farrier, and singer with the Bell Brothers, is joining Andre Pacheco, David Adler, Carolyn Fredericks, Scott Thompson, Pete Sommer from the West Coast Songwriters Association, and Vic Martin to roll out their very best acoustic jam night on Jan. 13. The range of music spans from folksy acoustic […]

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Café Zoë hosts 2nd annual Gingerbread House decorating competition on Dec. 14

Café Zoë is hosting the 2nd annual Gingerbread House Decorating Competition on Thursday, December 14, from 6:00 to 9:00 pm. Participants must use the gingerbread house provided by Café Zoë, but you can bring as many decorations as you’d like as well as use the free supply at the café. There will be two rounds: participants […]

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Melody for Charities to put on benefit concert for Warrior Canine Connection on Oct. 21

Menlo Atherton High School students, Café Zoë and Purpose Clothing Store will host a concert to raise money for an organization that partners veterans with service dogs. Warrior Canine Connection’s mission is to help veterans recover from the traumas of war and reconnect with their families and communities by partnering them with a service dog. […]

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Café Zoë celebrates summer and its 9th anniversary by launching new fundraising drive for Willow Oaks School

Café Zoë will host its annual summer party on July 14th starting at 5:00 pm and launch its next fundraising effort to raise money for the Willow Oaks School to purchase new art tables for its students. The café has a long-standing friendship with the Willow Oaks School. In past years, the café raised money to purchase extra […]

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Country Corner’s beloved owner Bob passes away

More tears along the Alameda de las Pulgas with the news that the beloved owner of Country Corner, Bob Wehab, passed away on Friday. A steady stream of loyal customers have set up make shift memorial in front of the convenience store/deli, revered for its great sandwiches and super friendly service. A notice of visitation […]

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Farewell to a Menlo Park treasure – the family who ran the Plantation Cafe

Yesterday was the last day for the Plantation Cafe on the Alameda, operated the last 15 years or so by Soo Shin, her mother, Maryann Kim, and brother Ji. They were much beloved by their regulars, including a generation of La Entrada school kids. Notes one regular: “The joy they brought to people is probably […]

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Local Menlo Park resident hosts presentation on Hope for Kenya at Café Zoë

Local Menlo Park resident and Alto International School teacher, Ina Berenger, will host Peter Midodo from Kenya, head of Joyschool, and Derek Bevan, founder of Hope for Kenya for a presentation on their charitable work with Hope for Kenya. According to the founders, Hope for Kenya’s mission is “to construct high quality, self sustaining, primary […]

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