March Right Into Spring with these SF Peninsula Events

Spring is sprouting with things to-do at Bay Meadows and beyond! Pack your calendar with flying leprechauns, green-inspired activities, Blue Jasmine and Matcha Green Tea ice cream product previews at TPC, wine tasting, KonMari fun, furry fashion shows and much, much more.  Explore our SF Peninsula inspired roundup and plan your month.

Join the History Museum in Redwood City for Free First Friday on March 1. Explore the museum, enjoy Playing in the Past and a General Tour.

Serious Play @PMA on March 2 in Burlingame. Follow the clues on an expedition through PMA Museum space to discover treasures.

Join Lululemon Hillsdale and legacy ambassador Melissa Guitron and the OPEX KURA team for a day of play at Bay Meadows Park on March 3. Tag you’re it!

Taste of China Awards at Devils Canyon Brewing Company in San Carlos on March 3.

The Next Big Think on March 3 is a pop-up Makerspace, a hackathon, and more — all under one giant roof in San Mateo.

Join the collegiate triathlon with a 500m open-water swim, a 20km bike, and a 5k run. There are two separate races taking place on March 3: the Stanford Draft Legal Triathlon for Collegiate and Stanford Treeathlon.

In celebration of International Women’s Day, take in a powerhouse roster of Bay Area female food and wine talent on March 5: Festa della Donna Farm Dinner in Burlingame.

Join Tin Pot Creamery at the San Mateo shop in Bay Meadows Town Square for a special new product preview of Matcha Green Tea Ice Cream and Blue Jasmine Ice Cream (and other Tin Pot treats) on Saturday, March 9 from 12:30 – 1:30PM.

Summer Camp Activities Expo on March 10. Sports facilities, science organizations, museums, dance troupes and camps from around the Bay Area and California will be exhibiting at Hillsdale.

Old County Cellars Wine Tasting in San Carlos on March 10 will hosted by winemakers and will include a flight of six of wines.

Go green during Draeger’s Lunch 101: A Green Springtime Lunch on March 15 in San Mateo.

Spark Joy at the KonMari Method Workshop on March 16 in San Carlos.

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with kids’ activities and a Flying Leprechaun who leaps from a helicopter at 11 a.m. and parachutes down to give each child wearing green a toy at Hiller Aviation Museum in San Carlos on March 17.

Go Green St. Patrick’s Day Run in San Jose on March 17 and celebrate shamrocks and leprechauns and everything Irish in the month of March. There’s a half marathon, a 10K or a 5k.

Wednesday, March 20th marks the FIRST DAY OF SPRING! Celebrate with a craft beer and game of bocce at Fieldwork Brewing’s San Mateo Beer Garden or a sweet treat at Tin Pot Creamery San Mateo followed by a bike ride from Bay Meadows to the Bay Trail! If you don’t have your own Bay Meadows PUBLIC bike, San Mateo’s Bike Share can be located near Nueva School and is an easy way for you to roll around our 18 acres of open space, hit miles of trails plus a string of charming pocket parks.

Stock up on everything you need for your babies to tweens at the Spring 2019 JBF San Mateo Sales Event on March 22-24.

Learn modern hand embroidery on March 23 at Briar Shop in Belmont! This class is great for all skill sets, from beginners to advanced.

Roy Cloud students will be lighting up the stage March 22-23 with Mary Poppins JR. in Redwood City.

Join the Inner Bair Island Interpretive Walking Tour in Redwood City on March 23.

The 6th Annual Racing Hearts 5k/10k is March 24 in Downtown Palo Alto and raising funds for genetic testing,  education for underserved families, echocardiograms, AEDs and heart research.

Secondhand Chic at Pick of the Litter on March 24 in Burlingame with feature a fashion show, Champagne, sparkling water, hors d’oeuvres and sweet treats.

Paint Like Elaine de Kooning on March 27 at the Belmont library in Belmont.

Conveniently located between San Francisco and Palo Alto in San Mateo, Bay Meadows offers new homes for sale and for rent within walking distance of Caltrain. Ease of transportation is only one reason you’ll fall in love with Bay Meadows. Smartly-designed, high-quality new homes sit among 18 acres of open space, which includes parks, a community garden, public art, ball fields, bocce and basketball courts and a new playground. All this just a walk from Whole Foods, Blue Bottle Coffee, Fieldwork Brewing Co., LIFT Fitness, ROAM Artisan Burgers, Tin Pot Creamery, Hillsdale Shopping Center and more. Learn more about what Midurban life offers by following our Facebook page.