This is a great opportunity to get out and support the Save the Music foundation while enjoying a great day with your neighbors and friends. The whole town becomes one giant street faire with food vendors, music and dancing—all outdoors at the Twin Pines Park.

“Twin Pines Park is the perfect backdrop to grab some delicious food, sip sangria or an Oktoberfest brew, and listen to classical, jazz, rock, and salsa performances. Feeling the need to move your hips? Grab a partner and hit the Club Mistral dance floor, or just groove out in the meadow. 3 Stages brimming with music and fun!

Parents will love the variety the event offers for the whole family. The Children’s Area offers all the games young children love, as well as jump houses, train rides, and the wonderful children’s performers. Of course, Music is the main event so take the family over to the “Musical Instrument Petting Zoo” and have fun trying out all the different instruments.”

We hope to see you Sunday, October 5th – bring a friend!

About The Foundation

Whether it’s Bach or the Beatles, The Rolling Stones or The Wiggles, each of us is moved by music.

In 2003 School-Force, the Belmont Redwood Shores School District foundation, created Save the Music with the Little School District that Could to help save disappearing music enrichment programs in our schools. Since its inception, the Save the Music Festival has raised more than $250,000 through corporate sponsorships and community participation, funds which have been used to retain music teachers, develop music curriculums, and purchase music instruments.

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