Hit the Bay Area Suburbs This Labor Day Weekend

Aug 29, 2019

Make the most of your long weekend by checking out these local events and activities in the Bay Area suburbs!

There’s so much happening this weekend in the Bay Area suburbs. Hang out in suburbia and live like a local at these amazing family-friendly events and activities.

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The free Kings Mountain Art Fair is 10am-5pm on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. It’s located under the gorgeous redwoods and features dozens of artists.

Mountain View

The Mountain View Farmers’ Market is 9am-1pm on Sunday at the Caltrain Station.

San Carlos

Visit Beer Friday in San Carlos for live music, food trucks and, of course, great beer all day this Friday. Admission is free.


The Belmont Greek Festival is Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Families will enjoy live music, cultural performances, tasty food and children’s rides.


Celebrate the end of summer during the Millbrae Art and Wine Festival on Saturday and Sunday at 10am. The festivities include live music, 250+ artists, ziplining, slides and tons for kids.


Take the family on a whale watching and wildlife tour aboard the Angel Island-Tiburon Ferry on Saturday at 9am. Tickets are $60 for adults and $45 for kids 6-12. Kids under 6 are not permitted. Also, on Friday, check out Friday Nights on Main. The street closes and shops and restaurants extend their seating (and their hours!) so families can enjoy a fun night out. Dance to the live music, grab a bite and enjoy!


The famous Sausalito Art Festival is Saturday, Sunday and Monday. There will be three days of entertainment, world-class art and wine tasting.


Sleepover the Oakland Zoo Friday-Saturday beginning at 5pm. The $95/admission includes pizza, a night expedition, s’mores and family fun.


The Crab Cove Fish Festival is on Saturday from 10am-4pm. The festivities include games, kids activities, fishing lessons and a parade.


Hunt for antiques during Relics on the Railroad on Monday from 9am-2pm. There will also be live music and free admission.


The Scottish Games are Saturday, Sunday and Monday at the Alameda County Fairgrounds. Visit the website for a full schedule of events, including music and Celtic heritage performances.

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