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“Redwood City Together: Celebrating Our Past, Shaping Our Future” Event on May 20th

Redwood City, CA - May 7, 2012 - “Redwood City Together,” a collaborative coordinated by Redwood City 2020, announces a fun-filled, festive event in celebration of our diverse Redwood City and North Fair Oaks communities! Everyone is invited to attend this free event and share in the varied backgrounds of Redwood City’s community members, see how human connections can be built through the arts, share life experiences of immigrants, immigrant youth, and long-time residents in our community, and help build stronger intergenerational connections.

  • Sunday, May 20, 2012
    1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
    Courthouse Square and the San Mateo County History Museum
    2200 Broadway, Redwood City

This great family-friendly event is sponsored by the San Mateo County History Museum, The City of Redwood City, Silicon Valley Community Foundation, The San Francisco Foundation, Redwood City Civic Cultural Commission, and Redwood City International. Participants will enjoy live music and dance, children’s arts and crafts from around the world, photo exhibits expressing the incredible array of backgrounds of our community members, video stories, and more. Activities take place on Courthouse Square as well as inside the San Mateo County History Museum – under the beautiful rotunda, in historic Courtroom A, and throughout the rest of this jewel of Downtown Redwood City.

Redwood City Together is a collaboration of caring community members and organizations working to build a stronger, inclusive, and welcoming community. As our community continues to grow and change, Redwood City Together believes we're most successful when we appreciate our shared values and build on the strength of our diversity. People from all backgrounds want safe streets for our children, neighbors who look out for each other and a thriving community where we can prosper together. The group is coordinated by Redwood City 2020, a collaborative of key public and private organizations in our community working to ensure the health and success of all children, youth and families served by the Redwood City School District. Together, the partners of RWC 2020 identify barriers and then implement collaborative approaches that will open the doors to success. Visit Redwood City 2020 at

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Pat Brown
Redwood City 2020

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