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Emailed Karin Heck: “All the neighbors on Peninsula Way across from Peninsula School were emailing about how magical the evening seemed (and it was also pleasant for the neighbors!). Photo of giant lanterns in the oak trees at night taken by Greg Goff — enjoy!”

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Fourth graders at Peninsula School rally and march for “peace, love and justice”

While some people may not believe that 9- and 10-year olds can make a difference, one Peninsula School teacher, Betty Achinstein, believes they are change agents. This morning, Betty’s 4th grade class at the school in Menlo Park organized a march for peace, love, and justice. The students first rallied at the school. Various students took turns coming to the microphone […]

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Peninsula School Craft Fair set for November 20

The Peninsula School Craft Fair welcomes in the winter season and all of its diverse celebrations, hosting over 30 vendors from both the Peninsula community and the greater Bay Area. Come browse a great selection of toys, clothing, pottery, jewelry, bath products and gift items — all handmade or handcrafted — on the school campus at 920 […]

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Menlo Park Girl Scout Troop’s work on Bronze Award benefits two non-profits

In pursuit of their Bronze Award for public service, Menlo Park Girl Scout Troop 61719 was busy last week. On April 20, six Scouts visited Muttville senior dog rescue in San Francisco to deliver a $1,000 donation and visit the senior dogs in its care. They raised the money by hosting a movie night in […]

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Peninsula School hosts annual Craft Fair on Dec. 7

Peninsula School will host its annual Craft Fair on Sunday, December 7, from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm at 920 Peninsula Way in Menlo Park. The Craft Fair welcomes in the winter season and all of its diverse celebrations, hosting over 30 vendors from both the Peninsula community and the greater Bay Area.  Come browse our great […]

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Peninsula School’s annual craft fair is Sunday, Dec. 8

Peninsula School’s Craft Fair is a parent-sponsored event,  featuring  home-made food, wandering mistrels, a wide variety of goods from many unique vendors and a warm welcoming atmosphere. It will be held this year on Sunday, Dec. 8 from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. Proceeds benefit the students of Peninsula School.  

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Talking progressive education with Peninsula School’s Katy Dalgleish

The time was the early 1920s. A group of parents lead by Josephine Duveneck “dreamed of creating a school which would be joyful and exciting for children, free of the drab dullness and restrictions of conventional curriculum.” That dream became reality in 1925 when Peninsula School was founded, taking up residence in the landmark Coleman […]

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Flamingos raising money for Peninsula School

We received word that the Agnich flock is not the only flamingo flock in town with a fundrasing purpose. Artist S2, whose flock in the Willows has been featured a number of times on InMenlo, has put together a handmade book – The Willows Flamingos – covering “almost two dozen installations of these iconic plastic […]

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Take a photo walk with Marc Silber and Thomas Hawk

Menlo Park-based photographer Marc Silber sent InMenlo a heads up about a photo walk he’s organizing with fellow photographer Thomas Hawk this Saturday, June 26. He emails: “Meet up for coffee 8:30-9:oo am at Cafe Zoe (929 Menalto Avenue). We’ll go out  at 9:oo to Peninsula School,  full of interesting places for great images. Bring […]

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More Menlo rock memories circa 1970 at Peninsula School

Corry Arnold has followed up his fun post on his Lost Live Dead blog that recounted the intersection of Menlo Park and the Grateful Dead (with a little Ken Kesey lore thrown in for good measure) with another about an April 29, 1970 performance of the New Riders of the Purple Sage – with Jerry […]

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