This Weekend Looks Like Lots of Fun!
April 25, 2019 Source: Compass Blog
|stARTup Art Fair SF 2019|
Fri, Apr 26- Sun, Apr 28. Times Vary
|Free Educational Sailing, Kayaking & Standup Paddle Boarding|
Sat, Apr 27. 11AM-4PM
Go for some fun in the sun with FREE educational sailing, kayaking and standup paddle boarding on the BAY!. Games, face painting, crafts, concession and music for everyone. Each visitor will be entered to win door prizes and a free sailing class. Arrive early - a limited number of water activities are available.
|TreasureFest: Mother's Day Market | SF|
Sat-Sun, Apr 27-28. All Day
Join us for a special Mother’s Day themed Flea. TreasureFest is a modern urban market for 15,000+ each month that houses around 400 curated vendors selling originally-made and designed items, artists, and antique/vintage collectors. Shop together with your mom or make something at one of DIY stations.
Sun, Apr 28, 10:30AM-
The Glen Park Festival is a neighborhood tradition to support the community. All proceeds go to benefit kids' programs for schools and community organizations in and around Glen Park. The family-friendly festival features live music, a children's arts, and activity area, booths for local artists and craftsmen, ice cold drinks including beer and wine, and food truck/booths.
10th Annual Anniversary of Point Reyes Birding and Nature Festival
Grab your brood and come celebrate our 10th Festival Anniversary! The festival celebrates spring bird and wildlife migrations along the Pacific Flyway, and 10 years of providing quality environmental education, stewardship and habitat protection through the festival programming.
Sat, Apr 27. 10AM-2PM
Hurray! The bugs are back! Check out the incredible extravaganza of insects at the Randall Museum's annual Bug Day and celebrate everything insect with hands-on science and art activities, games, entertainment, and more! Kids and their families can make their own fabulous bug-related crafts to take home, see and touch live exotic insects, take a scientific look at insects through microscopes, compete in the Insect Olympics, and perhaps even EAT a bug or two.
Sat, Apr 27. 10AM
Enjoy a day-long celebration featuring animal encounters, nature exploration, and farm discovery, guided hikes, fascinating workshops, live musical performances, arts and nature crafts, gardening activities, cooking activities, special guest teachers and presenters, sheep shearing demonstrations, local, organic and farm-fresh food and so much more! An iconic event fun for all ages!
Sun, Apr 28. 8AM-4PM
Antique and collectible lovers throughout the Bay Area are welcome to come, browse and shop the 32nd Annual Petaluma Antique Faire this fall set in one delightful and relaxing setting in downtown Petaluma. Admission is free. Don't forget to partake in the Mason's incredible breakfast in the beautiful dining room of the Masons building during the morning of the show for just $8, a rare and special treat!
Lake Merrite Bioblitz: Using Your Smartphone for Science | Oakland
Bring your smartphone pre-loaded with the iNaturalist app, food for lunch, and any tools that you think will help you find organisms. There will be stations around the lake focusing on different habitats and some short 1 hour guided walks. You can drop in at any point of the BioBlitz and find a marked area leader to learn from.
Wildlife Festival & Food Trucks
Enjoy the beautiful historic ranch and 18-acre nature preserve, rarely open to the public. Join a variety of activities for all ages, especially kids. Visit friendly goats & colorful parrots in the garden. Try out hands-on nature arts and crafts, science magic, & earth day games, get a temporary nature tattoo from Coyote Brush!
Oakhella Festival Season Opener
|Parents Place Family Fun Day (All Ages)|
Sun, Apr 28. 11:00AM
In the Artist's Studio: Featuring Charlotte Kruk
For decades, Felder’s “Great Composer Series” has celebrated the brilliance of Beethoven, Berlin, Tchaikovsky, and more. This April, TheatreWorks Silicon Valley invites Bay Area audiences on piano virtuoso Hershey Felder’s personal journey, while also exploring the life and music of Impressionist composer Claude Debussy.
10th Int'l Children's Festival in the Bay Area-Dance,Food,Rides,Arts,
Discover the world from San Jose. International Children’s Festival unites world cultures in the Bay Area through dance, carnival rides, incredible kids/adults activities, and multicultural delicious food. Go and explore a variety of cultures from all around the world represented in the neighborhood!
Fri, May 3. 4:00PM-5:30PM
Historic Downtown Truckee comes alive during this colorful tour which includes stories of railroad barons, lumber mills, ice harvesting, movie stars, and other characters past. Pass by unique shops and restaurants while learning about Truckee's famous and infamous past. The tour includes architecture, history, stories, fables, and facts.
Sat, May 4. 1:00PM
The 29th Annual Cushing Crossing is the best event of the spring season. The original pond skimming event that started a spring resort ritual. Every year we gather a celebrity judging panel and amazing emcee's for this spectacle. Filled with big spills and laughable thrills this is one spring event that you don't want to miss. The event kicks off at 1pm and awards follow at the pond.