Catch a Few Peninsula Events this July
Enjoy the best of Peninsula life this summer… Dig into our local list of July events and fill your calendar with family-friendly shenanigans, parades, fireworks, music in the park, movies on the square, and lots more!
The ping ping tables have been installed and you can say hello to the Beer Garden this month too. Fieldwork Brewing San Mateo is opening at Bay Meadows! Visit the website or follow the Facebook Page for event announcements! (of course, we’ll be announcing events at @baymeadowslife too)
Belmont Park Summer Concert Series at Twin Pines Park Meadows Sunday afternoons. July: 2, 9, 16, 23, & 30.
Bay Meadows welcomes San Mateo parents for some family-friendly shenanigans at Paddock Park every Monday, July 3, 10, 17, 24 and 31 from 3-5pm. Click here to view what’s happening at Momdays…and dad days too in Paddock Park.
Twilight Tails: Gather with friends and neighbors every Thursday, July 6, 13, 20 and 27 with your pooch from 5-6pm for a special hour of off-leash fun in Landing Green Park. July 6th marks First Thursday, a special Twilight Tails event celebrating our furry friends and the local community that caters to them!
Join the San Mateo County Parks Foundation for a new summertime park mixer series: Coyote Nights! (where howling at the moon is totally appropriate) on July 6 from 6-8pm.
The annual Highlands fireworks show overlooks Crystal Springs Reservoir. In past years, the fireworks have started at approximately 9:30 pm. Mark your calendars for July 3rd and settle in before 9:00pm.
Celebrate Independence Day in San Mateo with a 4th of July Parade followed by a festival with midway carnival games. The 2017 theme is “Stars, Stripes and Smiles.” July 4, 10am-3pm.
Foster City Fourth of July Celebration offers games, entertainment, a family parade, carnival rides, a barbecue, and fireworks over the lagoon at 9:30pm at Leo Ryan Park. July 4, 9am-9:45pm.
Watch the Redwood City Parade, then head inside the History Museum and make Fourth of July crafts from the 1880s and homemade churned vanilla ice cream. July 4, 10am-4pm
The Redwood City 4th of July Parade, Festival and Fireworks is the premier holiday parade in downtown. Participate in the 5K run, pancake breakfast and fireworks at 9:30pm.
Enjoy Fourth of July in the Park in San Mateo at the Martin Luther King Park and Pool (Mount Diablo Ave & N. Fremont St). It features music, free swimming, family fun and more. July 4, 11am-2pm.
Indulge in the Pour & Tour Experience at Riggs on July 6 in Burlingame.
Enjoy free admission at the History Museum in Redwood City on First Friday, July 7.
Join the first ever Coyote Point Kite Festival in San Mateo on July 8.
Mosey to Redwood City for Classical on the Square – Opera San José on July 9.
Sharpen your culinary craft in 4 sessions – no matter your size, Wednesdays, July 12 – August 2: Meenakshi’s International Cooking with Kids
Catch the Kids Obstacle Challenge at Coyote Point Recreation Area in San Mateo on July 15.
Experience Midurban life. Bay Meadows is a family-friendly neighborhood with lots of open space to enjoy all year long. Whether it’s growing your own vegetables in a gorgeous community garden with expert guidance, playing a game of pick-up basketball after work, team building over bocce, picnicking with family on warm summer nights or getting fit with pop-up fitness and yoga classes curated just for you, there’s no shortage of green space to explore. If you have little ones, don’t miss Momdays on Mondays in Paddock Park! Check out life out and about at Bay Meadows by following us on Instagram.