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GRAND OPENING – Menlo Park’s Springline Offers Experiential Community Events

Uploaded: Sep 7, 2023

You're invited and it’s going to be a party!

The Grand Opening of Springline, an award-winning 6.4-acre mixed-used development in Menlo Park will happen September 14-16 and September 21-23. All ages are welcome to attend a curated collection of daytime and evening experiences held in Springline’s outdoor plaza.

“Thanks to the incredible hard work of our dedicated team of architects, engineers, consultants, contractors, community and city partners, our vision for Springline has now come to life. We have delivered a magnetic destination in the heart of Silicon Valley,” says Managing Principal K. Cyrus Sanandaji. “Over the past three years, we have created a destination with thoughtfully designed spaces that allow for tenants, residents, and the local community to interact.”

Highlights of the Grand Opening include:

* The Springline Collection: An Evening of Art transforming Springline into a live gallery

* Concerts in the Plaza held in partnership with the Guild Theatre featuring Tainted Love and Marcy Playground

* Speaker sessions at boutique coworking space CANOPY

* End of Summer Palooza - a fun, carnival-themed goodbye to the summer.

Check out the full schedule:

Springline Grand Opening Weekend 1: September 14-16

Thursday (9/14)
4pm - 7p.m: Craft Cocktail Fair will showcase cocktails, mocktails and signature creations from Barebottle Brewery, Che Fico Parco Menlo, Burma Love, Canteen, and Andytown with a backdrop of live music. Attendees are encouraged to stay for dinner at one of Springline's exceptional restaurants.

5:30pm - 8:30pm: CANOPY Talks - The Future of Health is Personal
Three world leaders in data-driven healthcare will lead a discussion on bleeding edge developments that will impact generational well-being. Michael Snyder, Ph.D., Chair of Genetics and Director of Genomics and Personalized Medicine at Stanford University, and Nosheen Hashemi, Founder and CEO of January AI. RSVP required as attendance is limited to 80 seats.

Friday (9/15)

5pm & 8pm seatings: Outdoor Jazz Showcase featuring live music by local artists The Mattson 2 and The Nicolas Bearde Quartet, along with charcuterie boards from Canteen’s Chef Greg Kuzia-Carmel.

Saturday (9/16)

10am- 1pm: Daybreaker // SF in Menlo Park Event will include morning yoga followed by an energizing dance party. Fuel your soul with good vibes washed down with fresh juices by Proper Food.

3pm - 10pm: Concert in the Plaza, presented in partnership with The Guild Theatre, will feature nationally known artists and bands while food trucks, games, and taps from Springline’s very own Barebottle Brewing Company round out the experience.

Springline Grand Opening Weekend 2: September 21-23

Thursday (9/21)
4pm - 7pm: Craft Cocktail Fair (see description above)

5:30pm - 8:30pm: CANOPY Talks - Unraveling the Real Estate Landscape

Join moderator Sanjeev Sardana, CEO of BluePointe Capital, as he delves into current challenges and opportunities faced by the office, hospitality, and multi-family real estate sectors. RSVP required as attendance is limited to 80 seats.

Friday (9/22)

6pm - 9pm: Springline Grand Opening Art Gala: An Outdoor Gallery Experience will transform The Plaza into a vibrant gallery with LED installations, live art, photography, and a panel on art’s unique emotional impact. Attendees can also explore Springline’s “Destination Oasis” collection which includes over 100 conversation-starting paintings, photography, and sculptures from local artists spread throughout the property. Guests will also enjoy cocktails and bites by Che Fico Parco Menlo and music by DJ Red Corvette.

Saturday (9/23)
11am - 5pm: Bid a farewell to summer with the “End of Summer Palooza” featuring live music, carnival games, prizes, food trucks, outdoor movies, pet adoption, face painting, wine tasting and more.

8pm - 11pm: “Springline After Dark: Silent Disco,” a glow-in-the-dark themed dance party with light-up headphones, party favors, outdoor games, and a place to cool off with beer and wine at Barebottle Brewing Company.

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Posted by willam23, a resident of Charleston Gardens,
on Sep 12, 2023 at 1:41 am

willam23 is a registered user.

It's exciting to hear about the grand opening of Springline in Menlo Park, especially with its focus on offering experiential community events. Such events can help build a sense of belonging and engagement among residents. If you're looking for more information or details about the grand opening events or what Springline has to offer, I recommend checking their official website, social media profiles, or contacting them directly. These sources typically provide schedules, descriptions, and ways to get involved in the community events and activities they have planned. Enjoy the grand opening celebrations and the vibrant community experiences Springline has to offer!
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