There’s so much to see and do in the Bay Area suburbs.
There’s no better way to explore the Bay Area suburbs than by getting out and living life like a local—and these weekend activities are a perfect way to do just that. Check out our list below or get in touch and we’ll help you strategize a weekend in the suburbs.
Palo Alto’s free twilight concert series continues at Rinconada Park on Saturday 6:30pm. Bring blankets, snacks to enjoy while listening to Night Moves.
Menlo Summer Fest is Saturday and Sunday from 10:00am-6:00pm on Santa Cruz Avenue, featuring two days of live music, food and drink specials, kids’ attractions, crafts and more.
The Central Park Music Series includes a free concert at Central Park on Saturday from 6pm-8pm. The Department of Rock is playing this weekend.
Children and adults of all ages are invited to learn how to pier fish with local anglers on Saturday from 10:00am-12:00pm.
Check out a free summer concert at Corte Madera Town Center from 12:00pm-2:00pm on Sunday.
Meet locals and have fun as a family while cleaning up Gerstle Park on Saturday at 9:00am. Tools and supplies will be provided.
Sunday is Free Summer Circus Day at Circus Bella. The event takes place at Diamond Park at 1pm and includes 60 minutes of high-flying, dazzling trapeze artists and other acts.
The Carnival of Stars is Saturday and Sunday at 11am. The whole family will enjoy local food, craft vendors, a magic show, live music, belly dancing, and a cosplay competition at 2:30pm on Sunday.
Check out the Thursday Night Food Truck Fest from 5:00pm-8:00pm at the Orinda Community Center.
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