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Video: “How the News is Made” with Jon Mays, editor-in-chief of the San Mateo Daily Journal
Recorded live during our annual meeting on February 12, 2023. Features questions from the audience and a brief history of the press in Burlingame.
“How the News is Made” with Jon Mays, editor-in-chief of the San Mateo Daily Journal
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2023 from 1- 2:30pm Burlingame Community Center, Maple Room 850 Burlingame Avenue, Burlingame Admission is free. “How the News is Made” will be presented by Jon Mays, editor-in-chief of the San Mateo Daily Journal for over 20 … Continue reading
Panthers to Pacemakers
This is a recorded moderated panel discussion featuring BHS alumni representing different years from the past discussing highlights of their tenure there. This is part of the Burlingame High Centennial Celebration.
FROM PANTHERS TO PACEMAKERS
Thursday, October 27th at 7pm in the Maple room of the new Community Center (850 Burlingame Avenue) Mark Lucchesi, the beloved former manager of Mollie Stone’s and current podcaster (Mark at the Mic – You Tube), will lead a panel discussion … Continue reading
Birth of a Country Club Community
Sunday, August 7, 2022 at 1pm: Please Join us for Burlingame’s addition to the annual San Mateo County Historical Association Victorian Days Walking Tours This tour will describe the planting of the eucalyptus and elm trees that gave Burlingame its distinctive … Continue reading
Air West, Regan and the Downfall of Howard Hughes
SPRING QUARTERLY PRESENTATION: Tuesday, May 24, 2022 7-8pm via ZOOM Join us as Hillsborough’s former mayor, 12-year council member and 10-year school board member, Paul Regan talks about hisDavid and Goliath memoir: The Forensic, and of how he, as a young CPA, took down … Continue reading
ANNUAL PRESENTATION available for viewing on line:
This was a presentation given on Sunday, February 13, 2022 at the Lions Club Hall (990 Burlingame Ave. It included 1:45 election of officers: “Tales from Auto Row” We were excited to hold our first in-person meeting in two years. … Continue reading
What’s Your Story?
A look back at what life was like in Burlingame via members of the Burlingame Historical Society reading passages from several sources as inspiration
Click here to watch our recorded presentation: New Places for Old Homes
An historic move
On Thursday, September 17th, the James R. and Jessie Murphy residence was successfully moved in two sections from 1128 Douglas Avenue, over the Oak Grove Avenue railroad crossing, to its new home at 524 Oak Grove Avenue, where it will … Continue reading