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GATES HOUSE GONE (1901-2018)

For the first time in over a century, the iconic “witches hat” on the Gates home is no longer visible from afar; the structure has been demolished. Talks with the owner about restoring/ repurposing the damaged structure were unfortunately not … Continue reading

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ANNUAL MEETING and ELECTIONS : Sunday, Feb. 25th 1:45 Lane Room

ANNUAL PROGRAM FOLLOWS AT 2pm Presenting- JAMES THOMAS MULLANE: I. MAGNIN & CO. – A STORE TO REMEMBER I. Magnin-A Store to Remember-FEB-2018-large poster

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Victorian Days Walking Tours – Sunday, August 6th 1pm and 3pm, FREE

Join us at 1pm at the Burlingame Railroad Station (290 California Drive) for a tour of the station area and downtown Burlingame (approx. 45 minutes easy walking) and at 3pm at the Easton Branch Library, 1800 Easton Drive, for an … Continue reading

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Facebook followers contribute pics

Some of members and Facebook followers have sent in some of their family photos in conjunction with our Growing Up in Burlingame museum exhibit: Here are the 3 photos with captions…                   … Continue reading

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Burlingame Neighborhoods – Do you know where you live?

Who developed your  neighborhood? When?  Who originallysettled there?   Join us for our next quarterlymeeting as we time travel through our subdivisions.  We’ll start with Burlingame Park, continue through Lyon & Hoag and the Easton Additions and end  up in the … Continue reading

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Rail on the SF Peninsula turns 150

Caltrain kicked off a year-long celebration of 150 years of railroad service between San Francisco and San Jose with the re-enactment of an historic picnic that took place in October 1863 near Menlo Park.  The San Francisco & San Jose … Continue reading

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