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Atherton’s First Family Faire & Farmers Market

Residents Learn About New Civic Center

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Families with children and dogs in tow, and adults of all ages clearly enjoyed Atherton’s “Family Faire & Farmers’ Market” Sunday. Hundreds turned out to enjoy the festivities, sponsored by Atherton Now, the non-profit fundraising arm for the new Atherton Civic Center.

Lunch and iced concoctions were a welcome relief from the record noon-day heat. The lively DJ music, and attractions for the kids were an energetic backdrop to neighbors meeting neighbors–some for the first time.

The farmers’ market vendors with fresh produce and seafood, cut flowers, elegant bakery items and even oysters were all but sold out and “very pleased” with their first experience in Atherton.

Architectural drawings of the new civic center were on view, and tours were given by the Town to highlight the need for new facilities. This Atherton community event was graciously underwritten by an Atherton family, and coordinated by Melissa Badger of Design Corner Inc. Photos courtesy of Nicole Scarborough Photography.

 

 



 

Did You Know?

“You may be surprised to learn that elements of our Civic Center were built before World War II.” ~ Didi Fisher


As a result, our employees work in facilities that are too small, too old and which do not meet modern building codes related to handicap access and seismic standards. No amount of renovation can salvage these buildings and make them fully functional.

Find out how a group of Atherton residents and elected officials are responding to our need for a new Town Center. And how you can help. (Please click on the icons above.)


"For the first time, Atherton will have a true Civic Center that combines our rural setting with a vibrant, technology-enabled Town Center that meets the needs of today's families."


~ Rick De Golia, City Council Member