The time for winter celebrations has returned and Foster City is planning a series of community events to make the season brighter.
Residents wanting to make Foster City a better place to live, work, and play are invited to volunteer for a community service project for National Make a Difference Day.
Foster City families are invited to bring their sweet little ghouls and goblins to Leo Ryan Park from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, October 30, to enjoy the annual Halloween Spooktacular.
On Saturday, October 23, Foster City will come together to improve the local community as part of National Make a Difference Day. The event held annually on the fourth Saturday of October is intended to unify communities through promoting the spirit of volunteerism, community service, and selflessness.
The Rubber Ducky Race is coming back to Foster City after a 30-year hiatus this weekend. Bring your family to join friends and neighbors on Saturday, September 25, at Leo J. Ryan Park for a full day of festivities.
A full day of fun for the whole family is planned on Saturday, September 25, when the Rubber Ducky Race returns to Foster City.
The Community Bike Ride will be taking a new shape when it returns to Foster City on Sunday, September 12. To accommodate ongoing construction along the levee and allow for social distancing, the beloved annual event will transform into the Tour de Foster City Scavenger Hunt.
After a 30-year hiatus, the Rubber Ducky Race is returning to Foster City as part of the community’s ongoing 50th Anniversary celebrations.
The Foster City Historical Society and the City of Foster City are pleased to announce the following unique events that will be held at the San Mateo County History Museum at 2200 Broadway in Redwood City.
Foster City is set to sign a Sister City agreement with Inagi City, Japan, marking a historic and unique cultural milestone. Community members are invited to attend the Sister City signing ceremony in Council Chambers at 6 p.m., Monday, July 26.