Bay Meadows November Event Round-up

Pack your month with Off The Grid lunches at Bay Meadows, Dia de los Muertos experiences, ice skating, harvest festivals, holiday fun and much, much more.  Explore our roundup and plan your month.

November 1, Día de los Muertos First Friday. Celebrate Día de los Muertos as a family at CuriOdyssey with The Mexican Musem and an ofrenda honoring beloved animals from CuriOdyssey.

November 1, Free First Friday. A House in the Woods in Living the California Dream. Explore the History Museum in Redwood City, play in the past + a General Tour.

November 1-3, Hillsborough Antiques + Art + Design Show. Shop from over 150 premier exhibitors at the San Mateo Event Center featuring fine antiques and decorative arts.

November 1-3, The Zoppé Italian Family Circus. Join an authentic one-ring circus tent, in Redwood City through November 3rd for matinee and evening showtimes.

November 3, Dia de los Muertos. Celebrate the Day of the Dead, a beautiful ritual in which Mexicans happily and lovingly remember their loved relatives who have passed in Redwood City.

November 6, Paint Like Julia Swartz. Learn to paint like Julia Swartz in this hands-on workshop in Foster City.

November 7, 14, 21 and 28 – Introducing Off the Grid Bay Meadows- San Mateo, a 90-day pilot program operating on Thursdays between 11 am and 2 pm on Derby St. at S Delaware St. Nosh on rotating mobile food options from creators like Cochinita, Curveball Sliders, and 808 Poke Shack. Tell your lunch dates and get details: http://bit.ly/OffTheGridBayMeadows

November 8, 15-Year Anniversary Celebration. Put on a dressy outfit and come to Hiller Aviation Museum in San Carlos to celebrate Nine Lives 15-Year Anniversary!

November 9-January 12, San Mateo on Ice. The outdoor ice rink in Central Park features 11,000 square feet of REAL ice. Skaters will be able to skate in the sunshine during the day and under the stars at night.

November 9-January 5, IlluminOdyssey. Electrify your child’s imagination at CuriOdyssey’s IlluminOdyssey, a dazzling winter light experience for kids.

November 9, Aerial Treason. Head to Hiller Aviation Museum as early aviation historian Roy Mize spins a tale of “Aerial Treason,” a story of spies, Sunset Magazine, the silver screen, and pioneer San Jose aviator Bob Fowler’s 1914 “dance” with the U. S. Attorney General.

November 10 + 24, FREE Gratitute Classes @ LIFT!  (Everone is welcome. Sign up via links below.)
San Mateo | Nov 10th LIFT Bike | 9:15am | SIGN UP

San Mateo | Nov 24th  LIFT H2 | 9:30am | SIGN UP

November 11 to 30 Pantsgiving In the spirit of giving, LIFT Exercise‘s 3rd annual Pantsgiving drive is in full effect! If you have unused or lightly used pants that you don’t need please bring them into the studio and at the end of the month they’ll be donating all pants to a local clothing drive organization. Together we are better. So together, let’s GIVE!

November 14, Save The Waves Film Festival. The 2019 Save The Waves Film Festival presented by Sunski is stoked to return to GoPro HQ for their San Mateo screening.

November 15, “Newsies”. Bay Area Educational Theater Company (eTc) presents our 44th mainstage production: Newsies! In Belmont.

November 15-18, San Mateo Harvest Festival. Shop hundreds of artisans of American handmade and embellished art & crafts.

November 16-17, San Mateo Nourished Festival. The Nourished Festivals are the greatest events on earth for those living a gluten-free, allergen-friendly or special diet lifestyle.

November 23, Holiday Craft Faire. Head to Belmont for a fun day filled with music, yummy treats and wonderful, hand-crafted, unique items that you can gift to your loved ones.

November 23, Beautiful Holiday Breads. Head to Draeger’s Cooking class and learn to make Salami and Herb Star Twisted Bread, Pan de Jamon and Braided Nutella Bread.

November 29, The International Gem & Jewelry Show. Visit America’s longest running direct-to-consumer jewelry show when it visits your town!

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, Tin Pot Creamery, Hillsdale Shopping Center and more. Learn more about what Midurban life offers by following our Facebook page.