The San Mateo County Historical Association is inviting the public to “Old Woodside Store Day,” which is held annually the first Sunday in May, in this case May 1.
From noon to 4 p.m., a free day at the historic Woodside Store at the corner of Tripp Road and Kings Mountain Road in Woodside will feature history and fun activities.
The volunteer docent group, the Woodside Storekeepers, will greet the public and invite visitors to experience life in the 1880s.
“This special family day will focus on the history of the Store and the Redwood logging activities in the area,” according to the Historical Association. “Children will enjoy cutting a log with a two-man saw, cleaving shingles with a mallet and froe, making dolls and other activities.”
Live music will be performed by the trio Goathill Girls.
For more information, go here.
Photo courtesy of the San Mateo County Historical Association