• Redwood City's famous road sign, c. 1920s.

Courthouse Docket

Many Roads to Redwood City

The Courthouse Docket continues on Saturday, October 21 at 1 p.m. as panelists Karen Arimoto-Peterson, Arnoldo Arreola, Jim Clifford and former mayors Dani Gasparini and Jeff Gee will share their stories of the “many roads to Redwood City”. They will also discuss how some of the world and national politics throughout the last 150 years challenged their lives and community.

After the program, visit the exhibit Land of Opportunity: The Immigrant Experience in San Mateo County. Before and after the presentation, view the 150 Faces of our Community digital photo project in Courtroom A

Admission to this program is free as part of Redwood City’s celebration of its 150th anniversary.

Left: Kotaharu Inouye working at the Sequoia Nursery, c. 1930s.  Courtesy Karen Arimoto-Peterson.


Next on the Docket

Saturday, November 18: Fuse Theatre performance

Saturday, December 3: San Francisco State University Handbell Choir performance, as part of Redwood City's Hometown Holidays celebration.





Sponsored By:

The Courthouse Docket is a monthly series of presentations held in the History Museum's Historic Courtroom A. The Courthouse Docket Series is sponsored by Cypress Lawn Heritage Foundation.