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or Treating should be one of the great adventures of Halloween for
children. The excitement of the children and adults sometimes makes them
forget to be careful. Simple common sense can do a lot to stop any
tragedies from happening. Here are a few safety tips from the Belvedere
Police Department that can protect your children who plan on going
trick-or-treating this Halloween.
Below are just a few common safety tips that can help.
Candy, Fruit, and other Treats:
should inspect the commercially wrapped treats for signs of tampering,
for example, unusual appearance or discoloration, tiny pin holes, or
tears in the wrappers. Furthermore discard any homemade candy and baked
goods, unless you know the person giving the treat.
POISON CONTROL 1-800-222-1222 (Toll Free)
children should ALWAYS be accompanied by an adult or older responsible
child. If you decide to go out after dark, ensure you are wearing
brightly colored costumes which will be more readily visible to passing
motorist. Children should WALK, not run house to house and use the
sidewalks regularly. If you need to use the street, look both ways and
check for vehicles before entering to roadway. DO NOT run into traffic
and be especially cautions if you are wearing a dark costume. If
possible, attempt to cross the street at intercession and not mid-block.
DRIVE SLOWLY and be cautious especially in
residential neighborhoods where children are present. Be cautious and
use proper signals when driving. Try to take main roads instead of side
streets. If possible, conduct your business during daylight hours.
should watch for children darting out from between parked cars and
walking on roadways. Also, when driving, be sure to enter and exit
driveways carefully. Parents, make sure your child can be seen,
especially when it gets dark. Remind the kids to look both ways before
crossing the street and to use the crosswalks at intersections.
The Belvedere Police Officers wish you a safe and fun Halloween!
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you are looking back on Belvedere from your sailboat on the bay or
looking down on the Tiburon Peninsula from atop Saint Hillary’s open
space, there is no denying we live in one of the most beautiful and
photogenic places on earth. For the past decade, the Belvedere Community
Foundation has been inviting professional and amateur photographers
alike to share their most captivating images of our home in their annual
photography contest. For the eleventh year of the photography contest
we have six categories to submit photos under:
contest is open to everyone. Photographs must reflect some aspect of
the Belvedere Tiburon Peninsula in color or black and white.
contest is already open and accepting photographs. All submissions must
be received by October 31, 2012. A panel of judges will determine a
winner in each of the three categories. There will also be a People’s
Choice Award determined by community voting on our website so even if
you don’t submit photos, visit the Photography Contest on the Foundation
website to vote for your favorites.
To vote, please go to the gallery page and
select one of our six photo contest category galleries, then highlight
the picture you wish to vote for. Scroll down to the rating stars. To
vote, roll your cursor over the blue stars until they turn green and
click at the number of stars you wish to give to the photo.
For more information, please visit their website at
Belvedere Community Foundation Photo Contest
10/29 | 316 Golden Gate Ave for scaffolding delivery
10/23 - 10/29 | 76 Lagoon Rd for deliveries & off-hauling
10/24 - 10/29 | 44 Peninsula Ave for roofing deliveries & off-hauling
10/24 - 10/31 | Pagoda Lane (footpath) for City retaining wall work
10/25 - 10/31 | 55 Peninsula Rd for deliveries & off-hauling
10/22 - 11/5 | 270 Madrona Ave for deliveries & truck staging
10/25 - 11/8 | 276 Beach Rd for deliveries & off-hauling, etc
10/10 - 11/10 | 213 Golden Gate Ave for deliveries & off-hauling
10/22 - 11/22 | Acacia Ave & 140 Bayview Ave for deliveries & off-hauling
10/26 - 11/29 | 415 Golden Gate Ave for deliveries & off-hauling
10/1 - 12/31 | Pine Ave, #340 - #475 Belvedere Ave, #330 - #402 Golden Gate Ave for utility undergrounding work
10/8 - 12/7 | San Rafael Avenue between San Rafael Ave & Golden Gate Ave for MMWD pipeline replacement
The Tiburon Peninsula Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that on Friday, November 30th – for one magical, fun-filled night only – the Tiburon Winter Festival 2012 will feature a outdoor ice skating rink for everyone to enjoy!
Tree Lighting Ceremony
Gingerbread House Decorating
Sam's Anchor Cafe
27 Main Street
4:30pm, 5:30pm and 6:30pm (3 seatings)
$35 per house
The houses are already built so kids will be able to do the best part – decorate with all the goodies! All proceeds for the event benefit Kids Believe Achieve, a non-profit created by local children with the mission of fundraising for kid-focused non-profit organizations. Space is limited – reservations highly recommended.
Main Street (by Fountain Plaza)
Opens to Public at 3:30pm (sessions run every half hour)
$25 advance reservations; $15 at the door (prices are per person and include skate rental). Group reservations available.
Reservations for Gingerbread House Decorating and Ice Skating will be taken starting Thursday, November 1st. Reservations are taken in the order received. Emails and telephone calls received prior to November 1st will not be considered. Please contact the Tiburon Peninsula Chamber of Commerce at 435-5633 or email@example.com.