This 175-seat theatre has been serving the Foster City community since 1968. The productions are entertaining and of…More high-quality, including musicals, comedies and dramas. There is an outdoor patio area available to get fresh air during intermission. Subscriptions are available to provide discounted ticket prices and reserved seats.</p>
<p>With an emphasis on the community for which it serves, the founding ideal of the Hillbarn Theatre is "to create theatre with the community, for the community, striving always for excellence in production and education.”</p>
Gold Medal Martial Arts 999 Edgewater Blvd # A, Foster City, CA94404 Gold Medal Martial Arts opened up in Foster City in 1992. Owner and Grand Master Herb Perez, who won a gold medal in…More Taekwondo during the 1992 Barcelona Summer Olympics, has made the school what it is today. As a recognized Olympic training facility, it's open seven days a week and has classes for both male and female students of all ages. In addition to martial arts, the school offers fitness and dance classes with the goal of making it fun for everyone in the family to join in.
United Studios of Self Defense 1072 Shell Blvd, Foster City, CA94404 This Foster City location is part of the largest mixed martial arts studio chain in North America, United Studios of…More Self Defense. The studio's black belt instructors provide all students with 30 minutes of private instruction per week. Students -- men, women, teens or children -- can attend as many group lessons as they wish.
Small Fry Dance Club 1064e Shell Blvd, Foster City, CA94404 Small Fry Dance Club offers enrichment classes for children in school that specializes in dance and movement activities.…More Class are ofered for students as young as pre-school. Jana Chapeton is the founder of the company.
Music Art Studio 1479 Beach Park Blvd, Foster City, CA94404 Together Yoram and Isaac have decades of teaching experience. Their studio is conveniently located in the sunny Beach…More Park Plaza but new students should call for an appointment. They specialize in private lessons, teaching a variety of string and wind instruments, as well as voice (see pics for details). If you're just getting started, you can ask them about rentals.
Fearless Fitness Martial Arts and Development Center offers MMA, WMA (Western Martial Arts), kung fu and fitness…More classes for children and adults in a stress-free, friendly environment. Classes are available for all ages and all fitness levels.</p>
<p>Whatever your fitness goals, Fearless Fitness welcomes anyone interested to visit and try one week of classes free, to be sure the facility is a good fit for you and your needs. For more information, call the telephone number provided or visit during class hours to observe, meet students and instructors.</p>
Glu Mobile 2207 Bridgepointe Pkwy Ste 300, Foster City, CA94404 Since 2001, Glu Mobile has been developing and producing games for mobile phones and other portable devices. The company…More has more than 100 games and applications under its belt, including orginally produced titles and others available through licensing deals with major video game companies. The games are available online and through wireless service providers, as well as on popular social networking sites. While the company has several offices abroad, its headquarters are located inside the Bridgepointe Corporate Center in Foster City.
Lakeview Montessori 1950 Beach Park Blvd, Foster City, CA94404 Lakeview Montessori offers preschool and kindergarten care for children using the Montessori method of teaching. The…More curriculum is based on five general areas: Practical Life, Sensorial, Language Arts, Mathematics and Cultural. In addition, art and music classes are taught as enrichment programs. The school aims to provide the children with self-esteem and confidence in a safe and nurturing environment. Part-time and full-time care are available.
Peninsula Musical Arts Association 969g Edgewater Blvd, Foster City, CA94404 The Peninsula Musical Arts Association (PMAA) was founded in October of 1992 when Fred De Boer approached Foster City's…More Parks and Recreation Department with "the concept of forming a community chorus." Although the Parks and Recreation Department provides PMAA with rehearsal and concert space it does not directly support the organization. Foster City Chorale formed in 1994 and was invited to perform at the White House the following year.