Vinyl exchange; Solstice of the garden; “Art, Sip and Stroll”: NorCal Weekend
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA – Patch has put on some fun, interesting and entertaining events for this weekend across Northern California – from the beaches of Santa Cruz, through South Bay, East Bay and the Peninsula, to the hottest spots. higher than North Bay and Wine Country.
Some are free. Some are chargeable.
Whether you opt for an activity near you, a mini day trip, or a virtual event, see what’s in store this weekend from Saturday June 12 through Sunday June 13.
Check with event planners to confirm dates, times, and locations in case activities have been updated since posting to Patch. Please consider the face covering and social distancing guidelines. See the latest CDC guidelines here.
Island Vinyl Swap 2021: West End Mercantile, Alameda
Out Front Street Bar at UC Theater: Berkeley
Basic CA redistribution: online from Castro Valley
Outdoor yoga: Dublin
The ID.4 Roadshow: Test the 100% electric Volkswagen ID.4: Emeryville
Livermore Virtual Rodeo Parade 2021: Livermore
The Chris Bradley Band: Elevation LVK at the Airport– Livermore
Open Studios East Bay: Livermore
Virtual UnPeeled: BANANAS Ultimate Children’s Event: Oakland
Live comedy: Oakland
Neighborhood garage sale event: Pleasant Hill
Dirty Red Barn – Riggers Loft Wine Company: Richmond
Second Saturday Divorce Workshop – virtual
Studios open East Bay 2021: Walnut Creek
Hello Kitty Coffee Truck: Walnut Creek
NORTH BAY / WINE COUNTRY:
Artistic walk: Benicia
1ST ANNUAL RRBHS FAIR and WITCH’S WALK: Cloverdale
Brunch in the vineyard: Forestville
Smart Fire-Resistant Landscaping with UC Master Gardener Marin Jim Kasper: lark’s foot
Well-known foreigners at Jason’s restaurant: lark’s foot
Cars and coffee: Napa
Wine Tastings of the Best of the Silverado Valley: Napa
SALUD! Celebration in support of OLE Santé: Napa Valley
Pt Reyes: A Desert In Crisis, Part 4 – virtual
Art at the source: Sevastopol
9th annual “Art, sip and stroll”: Yountville
Pick Up Basketball (outdoor courts): Mountain view
The gang is here: the artists of Sanchez: Pacifica
Second Saturday in June: Midsummer Family Celebration – Gamble Garden: Palo Alto
San Mateo County Fair 2021: San Mateo
Frameline45: SF LGBTQ + Film Festival: San Francisco
SF Pride Movie Nights: Oracle Park, San Francisco
Branden & James Broadway Cover Project: Feinstein’s, SF
“Do not touch this dial”:Virtual via 42nd Street Moon, San Francisco
“Immersive Van Gogh” exhibition: San Francisco
OFF Site: Haight-Ashbury: SF
CUESA Summer Picnic: SF
Ben Aronson: Sightlines Exhibition: SF
SANTA CRUZ COUNTY / BEACHES:
Official opening celebration of the branch library: Capitol
Out and about: Nature walk in Pogonip: Santa Cruz
Two bird books half birthday event: Santa Cruz
NorCal Bats: virtual library program: Santa Cruz
Agape Dance “A Midsummer Night’s Dream Ballet”: Scotts Valley
World premiere of sjDANCEco: ballet amphitheater, Los Gatos
Los Gatos Ballet Dance Trip – Virtual: Los Gatos
Barefoot HIIT class with Sarah Novak: Los Gatos
Vinyasa Flow with Helen Christine: Los Gatos
Divine mothering: learning to meditate for mothers: San José
South Bay Shores Water Park: California’s Great America, Santa Clara
Are you heading to Southern California? See then: Skirball ‘Ai Weiwei’ Art; Belly-Dance Hush Hush: SoCal Weekend
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