Millbrae holds 60th anniversary celebration

January 4, 2008 1:58:19 PM PST
A public party will be held Jan. 12 to celebrate the city of Millbrae's 60th anniversary.

To start off the festivities, residents can take a tour of the city facilities, according to officials.

The tour and open house starts in the lobby of City Hall and winds through the police and fire stations, the public works corporation yard and water pollution control plant, as well as the Millbrae museum, the train museum and the library.

Visitors will receive a "passport" that will be stamped at each location, and raffle tickets will be given to participants who have their passport stamped at each stop along the tour, according to the city.

During the open house and tour there will also be a children's dance party, as well as a bargain book sale at the library.

The final part of the celebration will start at 1 p.m. and take place in the Millbrae recreation center, located at 77 Lincoln Circle. There will be a slide show of the city's history, refreshments and a trivia contest.

The tours of the city facilities will start at 10 a.m. at 621 Magnolia Ave.