In this edition:                                 July 14, 2016

County West Nile Virus Update
Come and Play Bocce
Events Around Town
Community Corner
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westnileCounty West Nile Virus Update
Fresh bird or tree squirrel carcasses should be reported

Two dead American crows, one collected from Atherton and another collected from Redwood City, recently tested positive for West Nile virus (WNV). This is the first indication of the presence of WNV in San Mateo County in 2016.
 
While the risk of human West Nile virus infection in San Mateo County remains low, reports of dead birds are an early indication that the virus is circulating in the environment. Residents are encouraged to report fresh carcasses of birds or tree squirrels to the California West Nile Virus Hotline at www.westnile.ca.gov or by phone at (877) WNV-BIRD or (877) 968-2473.
 
For assistance with a mosquito problem in San Mateo County, contact the District at (650) 344- 8592. For more information on West Nile Virus and other District services, visit the San Mateo County Mosquito & Vector Control District on the web at: www.smcmvcd.org.
bocceCome and Play Bocce!
Reserve through Parks and Recreation

Reserve your Bocce lane today! Bocce courts are available for reservation in Washington Park for bocce birthday parties, bocce tournaments, or bocce play. To reserve a court contact the Burlingame Parks and Recreation Department or go online for more information to www.burlingame.org/rec . Plan your bocce event today!
EventsEvents Around Town
Music in the Park
The Party Monsters - Motown/R&B Band
Sunday, July 17 from 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Washington Park

The Music in the Park concert series is brought to you by Burlingame Parks and Recreation Department and Veolia Water.  All concerts are free!   Bring your chair or blanket. Food, beer and wine will be available for purchase. There will be face painting, cotton candy and other sweet treats for the kids. Also, the Burlingame Art Society will be on-site hosting open houses at each concert to display some of their amazing artwork. Check out our Facebook event and the City's Special Events page for further details!
High School Musical 2 Jr.
Friday, July 22 at 7:00 p.m. & Saturday, July 23 at 1:00 p.m.
Lincoln Elementary School, 1801 Devereux Dr., Burlingame 
 
Burlingame Parks & Recreation's summer musical camp is delighted to present yet another entertaining musical production for the whole family.

The gang is back for an action-packed summer extravaganza with High School Musical 2. Jras Troy (Skyler Mallow), Gabriella (Laurel Brown) and the rest of the Wildcats finish junior year and blast onto the summer scene. At the Lava Springs Country Club, popular-girl Sharpay (Samantha Johnstone) reigns supreme while the Wildcats get to work - literally! Sharpay's brother, Ryan (Patrick Lucey), bridges the conflict between the waring factions. Featuring every ounce of the light-hearted fun that made High School Musical a household name, this buoyant sequel follows our East High favorites as they face the realities of the adult world and begin to grow up. Friendships are tested, summer romances go haywire, and the meaning of success is redefined.

This production is free and open to the public - no tickets are necessary.Cathy Foxhoven is the Director, with John Collaros musically directing and Kim Kohli created the choreography. It features 36 Burlingame/Hillsborough/San Mateo students, ages 8-14. For more information, e-mail iambasque@gmail.com, or call (650) 697-6936.
CommCenterCommunity Corner
(The community events listed here are not sponsored or endorsed by the City of Burlingame)
Repair Cafe
Saturday, July 16 from 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Burlingame Library

Get your household items repaired at the Repair CafĂ©  - where fix it volunteers are available to fix bikes, clothing, cameras, cell phones, computers, jewelry, and other household gadgets. Give your things a second chance instead of tossing them out.

If you can help repair something - whether it's a ripped seam, a lamp or a bike, please let the CEC know by emailing info@cecburlingame.org. The CEC is also looking for volunteers to help staff the event. To learn more about CEC, visit http://cecburlingame.org/.

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