It’s a great time to get out and explore the ‘burbs!
These family-friendly events and activities are a great way to live like a local…even if it’s just for the weekend.
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Italian cuisine lovers will love the “Eat like an Italian” experience at the Mitchell Park Community Center from 11am-3pm on Saturday. The event is free.
Mutt Strut is taking place at Fremont Park from 12pm-2pm on Sunday. Bring your pups and come out for a doggie costume contest, live music, a BYO picnic and family fun.
The Mediterranean Food Festival is Saturday and Sunday at 1pm. There’s a special menu for kids, carnival games, live music and more.
The Mountain View Art & Wine Festival is Saturday and Sunday at 11am, featuring the work of more than 500 artists, kids’ games and crafts and a beer and wine garden.
The Horsepower Car Show & Street Fair is Saturday from 8am-3pm.
Corte Madera and Larkspur are hosting a family-fun day and chili cook-off on Saturday from 12pm-1:30pm.
Watch a free movie at Piper Park at 7:45pm on Friday. Blankets and chairs are welcome, and this week’s showing is “The Princess Bride.”
The Oakland Zoo’s Moon Festival is from 10am-3pm on Saturday, featuring live music, kids activities, face painting and Asian-inspired attractions. Zoo admission is required.
Help The Urban Farmers harvest produce for local soup kitchens from 9:30am-12:30pm on Sunday. Families are invited to bring brown bags to take produce home.
The Orinda Annual Classic Car Show Weekend is Friday and Saturday at 3pm. There will be a party on Friday, followed by free admission on Saturday.
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