Annual Barron Park Association Movie Night
FEATURE FILM: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
Saturday, August 25, 2018 6PM to 10PM
Cornelius Bol Park, 3590 Laguna Avenue
Pre-Show Activities (6PM to 8PM)
- Come see the Gunn Robotics Team demonstrate its award winning robots
- Meet the donkey who starred in the Shrek movies
- Have some refreshments
Main Feature (8PM to 10PM)
Before there were electronic drones and autonomous vehicles, there was the original flying car. It will be a fun community building evening and a great way to say goodbye to the summer. We hope to see you there.
The Parks Department intends to replace the chain gate at Bol Park on Laguna near the crosswalk coming from Laguna Court with a large metal gate. Eventually, they will replace all the chain gates including the one on Laguna near the creek and the one on Robles Ridge.
Less obtrusive alternatives like a arm gate or folding or collapsible bollards have been suggested, but we don’t think they will consider them. Below are pictures of the proposed gate and examples of the other options mentioned.
If you have any suggestions or concerns about the city plan please contact the BPA Board and/or the Parks Department. They are moving quickly and want to install the 1st gate by the end of August. The official announcement was published August 1st
JOIN US FOR
MAY FÊTE 2018!
SUNDAY, MAY 20, 2018
NOON TO 4 PM
This year Barron Park celebrates the 40th Anniversary of May Fête!
Enjoy live music and dancers performing all afternoon
A community Maypole Dance at 2:30,
Bring family, friends, and a blanket, and make a picnic of it,
Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Soft Drinks, and Snacks for purchase,
Active games and crafts for children, face painting, a three-legged race,
Our dear donkeys Perry and Jenny on parade,
Barron Park history exhibit,
The May Fête is a volunteer effort. Come join us for the fun prep and set-up. To help out or if you have a display or activity to add to the mix, contact John King at: firstname.lastname@example.org or (650) 483-2710.
See you there!
Fall is celebrated throughout many cultures around the world for its harvest and bounty and we have a lot to be grateful for in Barron Park. Please join your local community friends and neighbors at the Barron Park Association Fall Foodie Festival with cooking competition and Taiko cultural entertainment.
Date: Sunday, November 12th
Time: 1pm to 5pm
Location: Barron Park Elementary School multipurpose room
Theme: Fall festival food and entertainment from different cultures around the world
Special Taiko drum and music performance by the highly talented and respected Kristy Ohsiro.
Inspired by the popular Food Network TV show Chopped, we will have a cooking competition where individuals or teams will receive a basket of secret ingredients typically used in fall cultural dishes around the world. They will take those ingredients to combine with their own and have up to one week to prepare a three course meal (appetizer, main course, dessert). The contestant dishes will then be brought to the event and evaluated by judges to determine a winner.
– Multicultural pot luck
– High end foodie samples from local vendors
It is going to be loud, proud, optimistic and fun. Show off your cooking skills and enjoy some great food and festivities. Everybody is welcome but please consider supporting the BPA with donations, membership or volunteering. It takes a lot of resources to make these events happen so if you would like to participate or help out as a contestant, judge, planner, food contributor or event staff please register on the event sign up sheet.
We look forward to seeing you there!