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Barrett Community Center Multi-purpose
accommodates up to 150 people; 4 classroom/ meeting rooms, playground.
Complex and Conference Center
Seating for 140 and accommodates up to 170 people. The Taube Room at the Library - accommodates 100 people, seating for 70.
Belmont Park Boosters'
Summer Concert Series
Twin Pines Park Meadow
Sunday Afternoons, 1-4pm
Open Lawn Seating These FREE concerts are produced by the Belmont Park Boosters with the cooperation of the Belmont Parks and Recreation Department. Refreshments are availa
Twin Pines Park
30 Twin Pines Lane, Belmont, CA
Twin Pines Park is home to annual event such as the kids' Easter Egg Adventure. Twin Pines Lodge- Seats 75. Can accommodate 125, kitchen, patio area, small meeting rooms. Twin Pines Cottage- Accommodates up to 30 people, kitchen, patio area. Twin Pines Senior and Community Center- Seats 270, 450 for assembly; kitchen, patio, meeting rooms. Twin Pines Park Redwood Picnic Area seating for 125 people; large barbecue, serving tables, children's playground area. Twin Pines Park, 2 additional picnic areas are now available for reservation! The Meadow and Buckeye. Application must be filed in person at the Belmont Recreation Department. For all facility questions and rental inquiries call Francis Mason at 637-2927 or 595-7441.
ball Field Tennis Bathroom
Track Hiking Swim Special
Barrett Community Center
1835 Belburn or 1870 Ralston
Belameda Park (Library Park)
2006 Grand Opening - Some of the features of the new Park are beautiful landscaping, a playground, picnic tables and benches, a BBQ pit, and paved pathways circling the Library Building, all surrounded by Belmont's historical Oak Trees.
Hallmark Drive, Yorkshire Ave.
Ralston near 101
Hastings Tot Lot
2409 Hastings Drive
College View Park
Next to College View
Belmont Sports Complex
550 Island Parkway
1405 Solana Dr.
Cipriani Park/Dog Park
2525 Buena Vista
Ralston Middle School
2675 Ralston Avenue
3100 St. James Rd.
525 Middle Road
Carlmont High School
1400 El Camino Real
Davey Glen Park Undeveloped
Semeria Park Undeveloped
Ralston Ranch Park Undeveloped
Water Dog Lake - Open Space
Hidden Canyon Park - Open Space, End of Carlmont Drive
Community Events, organizations
Belmont Chamber of Commerce
1059A Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont,
CA 94002, 595-8696
Call for events and dates, to get membership information, or
to receive a newsletter.
Belmont Community Players
Preserving the art of Melodrama. Call: 599-2720,
Belmont Garden Club
Anyone interested in the various fields of gardening, floral
arranging and design, civic beautification, conservation and
environmental education may join the Belmont Garden
Club. Anyone who has a residential, patio or apartment
garden, interested in gardening or meeting new friends are
welcome to attend the business/program meeting. Meets
1st Thursday of each month from Sep. to Jun. at 9:30am
in Twin Pines Lodge.
Belmont Historical Society History Room
Club meets the second Saturday in January, March, June
and September from 10am-12noon in the History Room
in the Manor Building at Twin Pines Park. Belmont Historical Society History Room in the Manor Building at Twin Pines Park is open to the public 1 to -4 p.m. every Wednesday and Saturday. See updates: https://www.facebook.com/belmontcahistory/
Belmont Kiwanis Club
Works on behalf of local and international children's services.
Children's focus group, food distribution, disabled support
group, and Circle K at NDNU are some current projects for
Belmont Lions Club
Belmont Lions Club's Mission is to volunteer, aid and give
service to those who live, work, and conduct business in our
community. Meets 1st Tuesday of the month, belmontlionsclub.org
Belmont Park Boosters
Belmont Park Boosters has produced the free Summer Concert
Series in Twin Pines Park since 1975. All proceeds from the concerts go directly to Belmont park
The object of Rotary is to encourage and foster service as a worthy enterprise, both locally and internationally. Develop acquaintances in opportunity for service; high ethical standards in business and profession; incorporate service into one's personal, business and community life, and advance international understanding, good will and peace.
The Cottage Auxiliary group serves lunch on a special event basis. They are committed to the restoration and maintenance of one of Belmont's most charming facilities, the Creekside Cottage, located in Twin Pines Park.
Friends of the Library
The used book store sponsored by the Friends of the Belmont Library now has a permanent home, downstairs behind the Cottage. The Book Nook is open to the public. Hardback, paperback books and tapes are sold with proceeds going to the Belmont Library. friendsofthebelmontlibrary.org
Notre Dame de Namur University ndnu.edu
NDNU offers education opportunities as well as a variety of
events for everyone.
1870 Art Center
1870 Ralston Avenue
1870 Art Center is a complex of professional artists' individual working studios and an established art gallery. They include painters and sculptors in a variety of media; jewelers, photographers, potters and weavers. Exhibits are changed regularly in the center Gallery. The Studios are open to interested visitors, students groups, and organized hours. Paintings, drawings, and sculpture classes are currently being held. Hours: The complex - weekdays and some weekends. The Gallery -Thursday through Sunday, 1- 5pm or by appointment. Open Studios are held- 1st week of May and in the Fall.
Twin Pines Art Center
10 Twin Pines Lane, Closed Monday, Tuesday. The Art Center is home to: Belmont Arts Council gallery offers monthly exhibitions of work by local artists.
Peninsula Arts Council promotes and aids
in the advancement
and continuity of artists and arts organization in San Mateo County
Museum of Art
Includes the formal gallery, collections room, and art reference
library. New exhibitions are installed every two to three months
Studios for Artists - Upstairs provides working studios for artists. The studio artists participate in the Open Studio programs in May and December.