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Ways to Celebrate Veteran's Day with Your Child

An eventful Veteran's Day is coming up on Thursday, November 11th! Check out some entertaining, fun, and educational ways to celebrate Veteran’s Day.

Zoppe Italian Family Circus

The Zoppé Italian Family Circus is returning for Fall 2021 and will be back in downtown Redwood City as they were when they first rolled into our City over fourteen years ago! Zoppé will welcome guests back into the authentic one-ring circus tent, from October 8 through November 28 for matinee and evening showtimes. The theme this year for the circus is La Vita Nuova, The New Life. As we try to create a new life ahead of us, we are reminded to take things lightly and to appreciate as much as we can. The Zoppe Italian Family Circus brings one of those refreshing times that we can enjoy with friends and family. The Zoppé Family Circus is a once-a-year event not to be missed, so get your tickets early!

Special Veterans Day Showtimes

This Thursday, November 11, shows will begin at 12:00 PM, 3:00 PM, and 6:30 PM. Make sure to attend and observe the COVID protocol. Get your tickets here:

Veteran's Day Celebration

On Thursday, we observe Veterans Day, a national holiday to honor the 19 million veterans in the United States and to show our country's appreciation for the courage and patriotism of everyone who has served in the military. To our Vets, thank you for your service. The Redwood City Downtown Lions Club with support from The American Legion is hosting a Veterans Day Celebration on Courthouse Square with complimentary donuts, coffee, and hot dog lunch. Check the schedule here:

Veterans at Nihao

Nihao students made star ribbons in honor of our veterans. Thank you for your service!

Kiwanis Farmers Market

Support local farmers and businesses and find seasonal fruits and vegetables, breads, flowers, eggs, dried nuts, cheese, honey, pastries, hummus and spreads, kettle corn, and many other seasonal goodies! Follow them on Facebook:

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