Five Things

1.  This weekend, Redwood City is hosting a “Graywater to Garden” Recycled Water Workshop. Learn how you can simply and safely reuse water to irrigate  your plants. Register here.


2.  There are two new public art programs to add beauty and vibrancy to downtown Redwood City and bring art to unexpected places: the Interactive Wall Art Project and the Sidewalk & Shadow Art Project. There is an open call for artists for both projects. Applications are due November 13.  

3.  The 21st annual Preschool and Child Care Information Fair is on Nov. 18. Take the opportunity to learn about dozens of child care options, talk to representatives, and sign up for visits.

4.  Homemade cheese? Yes, please! Register for this workshop on Nov. 30 to learn how to make your own queso blanco, ricotta, mascarpone, crème fraîche, and flavored butter.

5.  Everyone talks about how the tech industry is impacting the Bay Area and the real estate market, and it turns out there is truth behind the chatter. A new report from Zillow highlights the widening wealth gap between tech company employees and other U.S. workers and its impact on the housing market.