The Barron Park Association

Aug 112018
 

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

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Apr 282018
 

JOIN US FOR

MAY FÊTE 2018!

SUNDAY, MAY 20, 2018

BOL PARK

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,

  • Wear ribbons!

  • 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,

  • and more!

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: johnwadeking@gmail.com or (650) 483-2710.

See you there!

 

Apr 072018
 

The upcoming, long standing, bimonthly senior lunch will be on Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at the Corner Bakery at 1:00 PM.

Corner Bakery is at 3375 El Camino Real on the corner of Fernando with plenty of parking space either in front or behind the restaurant.

The Corner Bakery is cafeteria style. Each of us pays for our own lunch selection at the counter. They will deliver our order to the table. The prices are modest, no tips involved, and we even get a senior discount. If you want to look at the menu in advance, go towww.cornerbakerycafe.com. There are printed menus available when we come in.

The sandwiches are rather large, so a Combo of half sandwich with salad or cup of soup is also good. Tossed salads are large and most of us have discovered that the smaller size, Cafe, is generous and just right.

Although not required, just show up is OK, it would be good to know number of us likely to arrange tables. Please reply to pklausm@mac.com or leave me a message at 650 303 6893 anytime.

For anyone needing a ride it can be arranged.

Hoping to see many there. The interactions are always fun and interesting. Peter K. Mueller

Mar 162018
 

For those interested in more discussion, the BPA Annual Meeting/Potluck can be a great place for information sharing.

Information tables on various Barron Park topics will be available Sunday March 18th at the BPA Annual Meeting/Potluck 2-4pm/ BP Elementary School.

Thank you Richard Placone for organizing a table on El Camino Issues!
Fry’s Site info will also be available: maps, application for site committee
Other topics include: Cool Block, Verizon Cell Towers, E- Prep
Reminder- Guest Speakers:  Police Chief Robert Jonsen & Emergency Prep.
Mar 082018
 

Sunday, March 18, 2018, 2-4 p.m.

Barron Park Association Annual Meeting and Potluck!

Barron Park Elementary School, Multi-Purpose Room

800 Barron Avenue

Featured topic: Emergency Preparedness and Safety

with special guest Police Chief Robert Jonsen

 

Join us for a useful and informative afternoon! Meet the new Palo Alto Police Chief and BPA board members. There will also be separate breakout sessions for other local topics of interest.

All Barron Park residents are welcome. Coffee, tea, soft drinks provided. Please bring a snack for our potluck table.

Contact Us:

If you need childcare or supervision, contact:   gluce@cbnorcal.com

Questions? Write to: president@bpapaloalto.org

For general information please go to www.bpapaloalto.org