Good afternoon –
Happy Friday! Here are some items I hope will be of interest – first, the full Music on the Square schedule is now online! Just go to www.redwoodcity.org/events, and click on “Music” then Music on the Square – it’s going to be a great season of fabulous music, thanks to our wonderful sponsors and partners!
Then, read a note about places for families to stay cool around town, as our weather continues to heat up; an invitation to an important presentation entitled Teenage Risky Behavior: Drugs and Alcohol” put on by the Woodside Parent Education Series (and open to anyone!); and finally a note about the upcoming Sequoia High School Spring Concert, benefitting Sequoia High School’s Performing Arts programs.
Need a place for the little ones to beat the heat?
Redwood City has options! Just take a look at this link for a list of our parks with coooool water features! The kids will love it, they’ll stay cool, and parents will enjoy watching the playful giggling, squealing, and fun!
Woodside Parent Education Series
“Teenage Risky Behavior: Drugs & Alcohol”
Monday, May 14, 7:00 p.m.
Refreshments: 6:30 – 7:00 p.m. PAC Foyer
Woodside High School, Performing Arts Center (PAC)
199 Churchill Avenue, Woodside
Don’t miss this important presentation on the use and abuse of drugs and alcohol in teens! Presenters include Donnovan Yisrael, M.A., Program Director at the Vaden Health Center, Stanford University, and Sergeant Leo Capovilla, San Mateo County Sheriff’s Department, Narcotics Task Force
Learn how to identify signs that your teen may be using/abusing alcohol, and why teens turn to alcohol and drugs. Recognize what drugs kids are using, how kids buy and sell drugs, how they hide them, and more. This event features a hands-on display of actual street drugs and paraphernalia. This presentation is open to parents, teachers, and Redwood City community members. NO students or young children will be allowed! Simultaneous Spanish interpretation and babysitting will be provided. Event is FREE! Tickets at: http://woodsidedrugsandalcohol.eventbrite.com To sign up, contact Woodside Parent Education Series program director, Charlene Margot at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 650.868.0590.
Sequoia Spring Music Concert Benefits the Sequoia High School Performing Arts Programs
Join family and friends for the Sequoia Spring Music Concert – featuring the talented students of Sequoia High School’s Performing Arts groups! You’ll thrill to performances by groups including Choir, Jazz Ensemble, Orchestra, Drumline, and other bands.
Thursday May 24th, 7pm In Beautiful Carrington Hall on the campus of Sequoia High School 1201 Brewster Street, Redwood City $5 per person – tickets are available at the door!