From a visit from former President Bill Clinton to The Nutcracker Ballet coming to town, there was a lot going on in the Peninsula this week. Thank you for sending in your pics to us. Keep 'em coming!
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Belmont: The Belmont United Soccer Club will hold tryouts for the new CYSA (California Youth Soccer Association) season this Sunday, Dec. 9 at the Belmont Sports Complex. Credit: Belmont United Soccer Club
Burlingame-Hillsborough: The Burlingame Holiday Tree Lighting took place Friday at 5 p.m. in front of City Hall with little ones dressed up for the holiday. Credit: Dave Colby
Half Moon Bay: Waldorf School of the Peninsula student Emma Evenari, 14, of Half Moon Bay, pictured here with Kendra Good, Alexander Ravet and Colin Handlin, gather around the mosaic they worked on together for a high school art project. Credit: Waldorf School of the Peninsula
Menlo Park-Atherton: Rain took out a tree on the corner of Siskiyou and Monte Rosa Drive after another storm. Credit: Nicole Wong
Pacifica: Pacifica's Terra Nova High School quarterback K’Ren Spain, who helped lead the Tigers to their school record fourth consecutive Peninsula Athletic League Bay championship, was named the league’s Offensive Player of the Year last week. Credit: Gideon Rubin
Palo Alto: Former President Bill Clinton dropped into LYFE Kitchen in Palo Alto on Wednesday and adhered to his vegan diet. Credit: LYFE Kitchen
Redwood City-Woodside: Michelle Barnes, 16, of Sequoia High, performs as a Dancing Doll in Ballet America's production of The Nutcracker Ballet at Fox Theatre on Friday night. Credit: Jackie Kubicka/Ballet America
San Bruno: Santa arrived at the Park & Rec Center to the tune of Christmas songs by St. Robert's students. Credit: Robert Riechel
San Carlos: Adelante Spanish Immersion School in Redwood City and the San Carlos Children's Theater debuted their "Sleeping Beauty and the Beast" performance Friday. Credit: Jo Jackson
San Mateo and Foster City: San Mateo Dirt Devils, an Under-10 division softball team, entered the Jane Eymer Fall Softball League playoffs last month as the No. 4 seed and ended as the division champions. Credit: Marianne Tuakoi
South San Francisco: South San Francisco residents met Saturday to discuss the South City Downtown Plan. Credit: South San Francisco Planning Department