Emails Allen Weinger: “Hi, friends. Well, the kids are back in school, football’s on TV, and there’s a slight chill in the evening air.

“Come celebrate the change of the seasons at the Members’ homecoming/almost-solstice show this Friday evening, September 20, at our favorite local brew pub, the Freewheel Brewing Co. at 3736 Florence Street in Marsh Manor in Redwood City.

“The rock’n’roll and good times start at 7:30. We hope to see you there.”

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Bonnie Lockhart brings music from around the world to Menlo Park Library on Sept. 17

“Songs and Music Games from Around the World” is Bonnie Lockhart’s participatory concert for preschool and primary grade children and families. Come to the Menlo Park Library on Sept. 17 from 4:00 to 5:00 pm for a show full of sing-along, clap along, move-along activities with folk songs from many countries and cultures including Jamaica, Japan, […]

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“Between the Notes” featured at Menlo Park Library on Sept. 9

Explore some of the world’s great musical pieces! Delve into what the composer might have meant, what you hear, and what the piece means to you. You don’t have to have any prior music knowledge to enjoy this fun session of musical appreciation at the Menlo Park Library on Monday, Sept. 9, from 6:30 to 7:30 […]

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Dúo Cascada de Flores set to perform on July 27

Enjoy the Dúo Cascada de Flores as they dig deep into the hidden corners of the Latin American songbook and add their own creativity in form of composition and poetry. Of course, there will be sing-a-longs at this event scheduled for Saturday, July 27, at the Belle Haven branch (413 Ivy Dr.) of the Menlo […]

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Call it a wrap — Menlo Summerfest 2019

Two days of arts, music, food and fun — aka Menlo Summerfest 2019 — made for an animated downtown this past Saturday and Sunday. InMenlo contributing photographer Robb Most was there to capture the action with a focus on the young and young-at-heart. Wondering what’s going on with the man with the strange hat? That’s Greg […]

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Jack Mosbacher brings two musical styles to Menlo Summerfest on Saturday

Jack Mosbacher, who was raised in Woodside and attended Menlo School and Stanford, is the first to admit he loves “a lot of different kinds of music.” “To me, music is what emotions sound like.” he said. “I make music because it makes me feel good to bring joy to people.” He’ll be at Menlo […]

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Listen to music and more from the Land Down Under on July 20 at the Menlo Park Library

Musician William Thoren of Didgeridoo Down Under will take you on a musical journey to Australia and beyond, as he plays an assortment of didgeridoos and percussion instruments. You’ll be hearing a modern style, mixing fast-paced rhythms with relaxing soundscapes and organic sound effects. William Thoren has been making and playing didgeridoos for more than […]

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Asheba sings Caribbean music for children on July 17

Sing and dance along, as Asheba performs original lullabies, fast-tempo tunes, and remakes of classics on July 17, from 4:00 to 5:00 pm at the Belle Haven branch (413 Ivy) of the Menlo Park Library. Asheba is a musical storyteller who specializes in calypso, the musical and folkloric oral tradition of Trinidad, Asheba’s homeland. Stories […]

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Drumming Magic for the whole family comes to the library on July 16

Come to the Menlo Park Library on Tuesday, July 16, for an  event for all ages from 2:00 to 2:45 pm. Music teacher, facilitator and performer Mika Scott brings us together in a fun drumming circle. The skills learned aren’t just musical: they’re also mathematical, cooperative, intercultural, structural, and emotional — just for starters! Mika […]

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[email protected] returns for its 17th season presenting 50 events over three week period

[email protected] returns this week for its 17th season with the theme Incredible Decades, revealing music’s extraordinary evolution in seven specific chapters, each a program dedicated to an especially rich and eventful decade. The Incredible Decades festival will explore the ascent of J. S. Bach to the commanding throne of the Baroque era; the propulsive career that […]

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Enjoy bluegrass music performed by The Goat Hill Girls on June 29

Tap your toes to bluegrass, vintage country, fun novelty songs, and a whole lot more at the Belle Haven branch of the Menlo Park Library (413 Ivy Dr.) on Saturday, June 29, from 1:00 to 2:00 pm. The Goat Hill Girls are the harmonious blending of old and new friends, some of whom have played bluegrass […]

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