Jan Events To Kickoff 2018
Whether your resolution is to perfect a new art, learn a new skill, get active, social or embrace the beauty of nature, we’ve rounded up a full list to kick-off the new year. Dig into our local list of events including running classes, photography seminars, cooking demos, ice skating, and lots more!
Enjoy free admission at the History Museum in Redwood City on the first Friday of every month on January 5. Explore the museum, enjoy Playing in the Past and a General Tour.
Aircrafts swing open to allow visitors a special chance to sit inside and explore the controls and instruments needed to fly these aircraft during Open Cockpit Day at the Hiller Aviation Museum in San Carlos on January 6.
Learn easy techniques of silkscreen and print two tea towels during SweetBloomsCo.’s Silkscreen Japanese Tea Towels class on January 13 in San Mateo. Tea and pastries will be provided.
Take a spin on the ice San Mateo on Ice through January 15. The outdoor ice rink features 9,000 square feet of REAL ice. Skaters will be able to skate in the sunshine during the day, and under the stars at night.
Join master photographer David Coleman in a captivating Landscape Photography seminar in Redwood City on January 18. Learn the secrets of making magical landscape images.
Enjoy comedy, celeb chef cooking demo, tasting and wine during Belly Laughs at Domenico Winery in San Carlos on January 20.
Partake in a morning of habitat restoration at beautiful Edgewood Park and Natural Preserve in Redwood City on January 20.
Join SoulCycle San Mateo on January 21 for a SoulCycle class to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS). Cycle to Crush Cancer
The San Mateo County History Museum will present a new exhibit on January 23, titled Noah’s Ark: San Mateo’s Historic Restaurant, featuring the art displayed by African American restaurateur Noah Williams in the 1920s.
Enjoy a relaxing evening of Restorative Yoga enhanced with Reiki at Vitality Center San Mateo on January 26. You’ll be guided through restorative yoga poses to help relax and help you unwind.
College of San Mateo Farmers’ Market is open Saturdays from 9am-1pm, year-round. It’s the best place to shop for seasonal fruits and veggies, as well as other local goods like honey, eggs, or artisan cheese!
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.