Weekly Message - March 2018
BUSINESS NEWS
Egg Hunt
Hop on over to Burgess or Kelly Parks on Saturday, March 31, 2018 from 10 am to 12 pm and join the City of Menlo Park, the Menlo Park Firefighter’s Association and the Menlo Park Fire Protection District for our Annual Egg Hunts! The Bunny will arrive at 10:00 am for pictures and the hunt will start at 10:20 am. Children are allowed to collect four eggs and should bring their own basket or bag. Burgess Park will have bounce houses, a jelly bean guess, crafts and more! The Kelly Park Egg Hunt will feature crafts, a jelly bean guess, circus show, music, and photo opportunities with the Bunny.

Downtown Tree Trimming Reminder
Routine maintenance tree trimming is scheduled to start in the downtown area this week. The pruning work will take place early morning from 5 to 8 am and will take approximately 3 weeks to complete. No parking will be posted in all work areas and work will require some temporary lane/road closures. 
AROUND MENLO PARK
Easter Sunday Restaurants
Easter is the perfect day to enjoy some great food with your friends and family. Join one of these local restaurants for Easter brunch or dinner this Sunday, April 1st !

  • Amici's East Coast Pizzeria
  • Angelo Mio
  • Bistro Vida
  • British Bankers Club
  • Carpaccio
  • Flea Street Cafe
  • Galata Bistro
  • LB Steak
  • Left Bank Restaurant
  • Madera at Rosewood Sand Hill
  • Menlo Grill Bistro at Stanford Park Hotel
  • Trellis Restaurant

*Cafe Borrone will be closed on Easter Sunday, but feel free to enjoy an Easter Brunch there on Saturday!
2018 Commuter Challenge
Join the 2018 Commuter Challenge ! This Spring, embrace change and discover new transportation modes other than driving alone in your vehicle.

From April 1st to May 31st, people who join the challenge and commute to, from or through San Mateo County using an alternative mode will be eligible to win weekly prizes and one of five grand prizes. Register here.

MEMBERS @ WORK
Michael Gazzaniga with Kara Platoni
From one of the leading Cognitive Neuroscientists in the field today, comes one of the most insightful new works in years on human consciousness. Michael Gazzaniga sets the course for what the future of neuroscience will be. His conclusion: Brains make machines; they cannot be reduced to one. The result of such bold thinking could reshape our future. Join an exciting evening inside the human mind with Michael Gazzaniga and Kara Platoni.

Wednesday, April 4, 7:30 to 9 pm
Kepler's Books, Menlo Park

MARK YOUR CALENDAR

March 31
10 am to 12 pm, Burgess Park, Menlo Park

April 4
7:30 to 9 pm, Kepler's Books, Menlo Park

April 6
8:30 to 9:30 am, Chamber Conference Room

April 7
9 am to 12 pm, 333 Burgess Drive, Menlo Park
Menlo Park Chamber of Commerce | (650) 325-2818 |  menloparkchamber.com