San Mateo California Events

Join us for a great night of music, food and fun at the San Mateo County Fair, with live music from local artists, local bands and more!

The egg hunt starts at 10 am. And there will be two hunts for children under 5 years of age and for children between 6 and 8 years of age. In each of these areas, hunting will be provided for all children aged 5 and under. You are invited to participate in one of two egg hunts at the San Mateo County fairground on Saturday, December 2, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. There is live music, food, crafts, games and activities for children and adults.

Parents and carers fill in a profile form to ensure that volunteers are aware of each child's specific needs. Children are recognized by wristbands and trained volunteers identify employees in T-shirts.

Parents and caregivers must sign a form for liability and release of the photo and provide a working mobile phone number for contact at the fair. Parents and carers must provide proof of age, address, telephone number and a photograph of their child. Please confirm with your sponsor that the event is still taking place and that the situation will not change quickly. There are often last minute changes that are not reported, so always check the website or call before confirming your information. Many egg searches do not get their current information right by not publishing the current year and date until the last minute or simply never responding to emails, so we need to provide information such as the date, time and location of the next event and a list of sponsors.

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Join Abby and Nathan and learn more about service dogs in general, learn how someone you love can benefit from this wonderful partnership. Learn how to deal with the challenges you face as a caregiver, connect with other caregivers, and acquire the skills to help you create a plan that meets your needs, maintain your independence, and recover from emergencies and disaster situations.

Learn how a service dog can help people achieve independence in their lives - from reaching for a mobile phone to providing physical stability to counting money. Learn more about buying a dog, what you can expect from service dogs, providers and organizations, and more.

Explore how assistive technology (AT) can help you and your loved ones bridge the gap between skills and disabilities. Try an adaptive rowing machine and discover how it can open up the world of adaptive rowing. Learn about improving self-esteem, setting goals and more in your hands - about learning environments.

This event is also for those who want to learn more about the signs and risks of stroke. If you survive a stroke or suffer from a physical or mental challenge such as a heart attack, stroke or other neurological condition, this support group is there for you. This is an open forum for stroke survivors to discuss their experiences and the breakthroughs they have experienced on their way to recovery with other stroke survivors. The meetings in support groups are open to all who are dealing with physical and / or mental challenges and who want to behave in an open forum, discuss the challenges you face, share your successes and offer words of encouragement and advice to others.

Participants learn how to use meditation, breathing, yoga asanas and poses to develop their own yoga practice for individual needs. We use a variety of yoga techniques such as yoga poses, meditations and breathing exercises to promote movement and awareness.

Service dogs are available for many different types of disability, including autism, cerebral palsy, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and many others. The staff will pass on their extensive knowledge and offer suggestions to help you find the service dog that best suits you and your specific needs. For requests for other accessible facilities or accommodation, please contact Lucas Tobin (ADA Coordination) at [email protected].

We look forward to seeing you at our service and will be open to all ages, genders, races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, religious beliefs and much more!

Angela will also share her experience in medal swimming and rowing at the Aquatics Center at San Mateo County Aquatic Center. She will talk and demonstrate what it is like to have a service dog and talk about the possibility of rowing with your dog, as well as the benefits of service dogs for people with disabilities.

Grace Art and Wellness program serves adults with disabilities and mentally ill with meaningful day activities and courses. Mark is a former Paralympian and park ranger and was the first paraplegic to circumnavigate El Capitan and Half Dome in Yosemite National Park. He is an active member of the San Mateo County Parks and Recreation Board and is dedicated to improving the health and well-being of adults and children with disabilities, including disabled war veterans.

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