Funding has been appropriated to Caltrans for a major infrastructure project between Bellevue and Oak Grove Avenues that would install a fifth lane (a turn channel on both sides of the highway) for turning (east and west) into Floribunda. There … Continue reading →
Caltrain Begins 150th Birthday Year Festivities With A Trip To 1863 What: Caltrain will kick 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 … Continue reading →
On Sunday, September 29, ‘Paint Burlingame’ took place. The following are some of the images of the event, as well samples of artwork created with Burlingame serving as inspiration, during the one day painting event- ENJOY! Check out a video … Continue reading →
California luminaries Ethel Crocker and A.P. Giannini come to life as portrayed by popular performers Chuck and Cynthia Arella— Tuesday, October 22nd at 7pm, Lane Room of the Burlingame Public Library The Burlingame Library, Library Foundation and Burlingame Historical Society … Continue reading →
The Burlingame Historical Society undertook a research project in 2013 to identify the town’s war memorials and then identify the names of those who died in military activities during war. Over forty men and women from Burlingame who were lost … Continue reading →
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On March 15, the Howard-Ralston Eucalyptus Tree Rows were placed on the National Register of Historic Places, as well as the California Register of Historic Resources. This letter from the State Historic Preservation Officer for the State of California announces … Continue reading →