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Brendan Aiello

May Events in Hillsborough, San Mateo, & Burlingame

With the good weather comes great events! Here are 4 great, not to be missed events in the San Mateo/Burlingame/Hillsborough Area: 

Hillsborough Concours D’Elegance:
Date: Sunday, May 3rd 2009
Time: 10am-4pm
Admission: Advance $30 (adult) / $35 at Gate
Hosted By: Hillsborough School Foundation
Location: Hillsborough’s North School; 545 Eucalyptus Avenue Hillsborough, CA 94010

Hillsborough/San Mateo Park Kitchen Tour:
Date: Friday, May 15th 2009
Time: 10am-3pm
Admission: $35 Advance/ $40 Day of (Tickets Can be Purchased At Pottery Barn on Burlingame Avenue)
Hosted By: Community Service League
Location: 5 Houses in San Mateo Park and/or Hillsborough

2nd Annual Day on the Green in Washington Park:
Date: Saturday, May 16th 2009
Time: 12pm/Noon to 7pm
Admission: FREE
Hosted By: City Of Burlingame
Location: Washington Park; 850 Burlingame Ave, Burlingame CA 94010

2nd Annual Burlingame Green Street Fair:
Date: Sunday, May 17th 2009
Time: 9am-3pm
Admission: FREE
Location: Burlingame Avenue Area/Blockbuster & City Parking Lot

Brendan Aiello

Information on Pershing Park Located in the Burlingame Park Neighborhood!

Pershing Park in Burlingame, CA 94010

Growing up in San Mateo Park, my mom and dad often took me to Pershing Park located in neighboring Burlingame Park. Pershing Park was actually an old elementary school that got converted into a neighborhood park in the early 80’s (However, I was too young to remember it as a school).
I have so many childhood memories at this park, although; the park I used to play in is not the park you see today. About 5 or 6 years ago they remodeled the park and added some new features, but removed the sand. Instead, they added a new type of rubber ground under the play structures which is safer for kids to play on. While safety padding may not be as fun, at least parents can rest assured that their children are playing in an area that is as safe as possible.
The park is smaller than most local parks but is not to be overlooked. It has a few half-size basketball courts, a backboard style tennis/raquetball wall, a decent sized play structure, and a great size lawn that is pet/dog friendly. The park can get a little crowded on weekends during peak hours. However, if you are able to bring your children to Pershing Park during a weekday, I consider this park to be second to none.


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Pershing Park is Located at 138 Newlands Avenue in Burlingame, CA 94010

Brendan Aiello

Map of the San Mateo Park Neighborhood!

I am currently in the process of making maps for all the San Mateo Neighborhoods. Below you will see my first map!

 This is a map of the San Mateo Park Neighborhood located in San Mateo, CA. However, please remember that this is only a rough sketch and before purchasing a home, please make sure the house in the correct neighborhood. Check back for more maps and updated maps in the future.


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Brendan Aiello

San Mateo Park Links

For all the viewers who live in or are interested in the San Mateo Park Neighborhood, I decided to post up some links you may find helpful. Here they are:

The “Official” Website of The San Mateo Park Neighborhood

The Offical Website of San Mateo Park School

A Google map of San Mateo Park (also has some pictures)

Zillow’s San Mateo Park Overview

Team Tapper’s San Mateo Park Local Neighborhood Information & Happenings

Hope These Help! If you have any more questions about the San Mateo Park Neighborhood, Please Contact Us @ (650) 403-6262!

Brendan Aiello

San Mateo Park School Walk-A-Jog! (Saturday – May 17th, 2008)

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Hey There,

Another great local event is taking place soon! Having been born and raised in San Mateo Park has had its benefits. One of those benefits was being able to attend San Mateo Park Elementary School. The “Walk-a-Jog,” the school’s most notable annual fundraiser, is an event where students gather sponsors to donate per-lap. Then, Run, Walk or Jog to accumulate laps. The course consists of the four connected streets (Clark, Crescent, West Bellevue, & Hurlingham) surrounding the school which are closed to handle the stampede of running students. Participants are later awarded and ranked based on laps completed. After the race, the PTA puts on a carnival-style event with food, entertainment, a raffle and/or silent auction. Over the years, I have attended many of Park School’s Walk-A-Jog events. From all of which, I can recall great memories that will last a lifetime!

Brendan Aiello

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