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Palo Alto Facebook Pages To Like

A variety of Palo Alto related facebook pages provide consumer information, present news and shared thoughts.

 

The diversity of Palo Alto can be seen just walking along University Ave. or California Ave.

There's also a diversity of Facebook pages bound to tweak your curiousty.

Some are familiar, of course, and worthy of a bookmark. Others aren't so well known and there's so many more out there.

Presenting the first in a series of Facebook pages to like in Palo Alto.

There are in no particular order. Just like surfing the internet, one page leads to another leads to another.

City of Palo Alto -- The overview and history.

East Palo Alto, California -- An overview.

Palo Alto Medical Foundation -- health and welfare.

Facebook Palo Alto --Where it all started.

Palo Alto Patch -- Source of local news and information.

Bring the UGLY: A Dodgeball Buddy Elf Tournament  -- Ugly sweater required.

Town and Country Village -- The source for information on the shopping and dining experience.

City of Palo Alto, Public Agency -- The more you know the better you're informed.

Palo Alto Police Department -- Information, updates and news.

Palo Alto Fire Department -- There's a new chief in town.

IKEA East Palo Alto -- A modern landmark along 101.

Stanford Hospital and Clinic -- Healing humanity through science and compassion, one patient at a time.

Palo Alto Online and Palo Alto Weekly -- News that concerns the local communities.

Shop Palo Alto -- Support local business.

Stanford Blood Center -- Make an appointment to donate blood.

Health Care Social Media Silicon Valley -- We hope to open conversations about why social media in health care is important and how it can be utilized for advocacy, public health and patient empowerment. Follow us on twitter at @hcsmSV.

Breast Cancer Connections -- Currently sponsoring a writing contest.

Lucile Packard Children's Hospital -- Good news for moms and babies.

FiveStars -- The card that keeps on gifting.

Green Library, Stanford University -- Stanford University Libraries have acquired the archives of William McDonough, "who has been called the leading environmental architect of our time."

GreenWaste of Palo Alto -- It's great to see our local high schools making progress on recycling and composting.

Zero Waste Palo Alto -- Zero Waste Palo Alto’s mission is to help the community reach its Zero Waste goal – virtually no waste to landfills by 2021.

Palo Alto City Library -- Check out our new train table in the Tree Top Room at Children's Library.

NoXcuses Fitness Spa -- Great finess organization and place to train and work out!

Palo Alto International Film Festival -- Got movies?

Palo Alto Farmer's Market -- Ongong through Dec. 15.

Palo Alto Chamber of Commerce -- Since our founding in 1910, the Palo Alto Chamber of Commerce has supported local businesses in their quest to build a strong community.

Empire Vintage Clothing -- Holy ugly sweater time.

Blue Iris Studio -- Instead of buying lots of gifts for the holidays consider making history.

Xtreme Labs -- We know mobile.

Stanford University -- Welcome to Stanford! Like us to see our best photos, videos, and stories in your newsfeed.

Theatre Works -- Big River coming soon.

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Maryanne McGlothlin November 21, 2012 at 06:08 PM
Thank you for compiling this list. Family & Children Services also invites all interested Palo Altans to visit us at http://www.facebook.com/fcservices.sv. Our 65th year of service to this community will be observed throughout 2013.
Rick Eymer November 21, 2012 at 08:38 PM
Maryanne, And Thank You for such a valuable addition.
Ali Kagawa Koide November 28, 2012 at 05:06 PM
This is a great resource! Thanks for including Lucile Packard Children's Hospital in this list!

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