It’s the last weekend of January and we are here for it! Find a drive-in movie to watch this weekend or cozy up at home and learn about injured wildlife from the Lindsay Wildlife Experience.

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Lindsay at Home: Hospital Behind the Scenes
Experience wildlife rehabilitation in real-time as you watch our veterinary experts examine a wildlife patient. This family-friendly half-hour program gives you unparalleled access to a working wildlife veterinary hospital. Be sure to bring your questions for our veterinarians and vet techs! Sat. Event details

Star Wars: the Force Awakens Drive In
Head to the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk for a drive-in movie with your family. Purchase your ticket in advance and don’t forget the popcorn. Sat. Event details

Visit the UC Berkeley Botanical Gardens
The 34-acre UC Botanical Garden is one of the most diverse landscapes in the world, with over 10,000 types of plants including many rare and endangered species. The Garden includes a major collection of California native plants as well as plants from around the world. Fri.-Sun. Event details

Visit the Presidio’s New Marshland & Trail
Visitors can enjoy an up-close experience of nature along an elevated pedestrian bridge and trail that winds through the marsh. Native salt marsh and riparian plants grown at Presidio Nursery create an extraordinary habitat for fish, crabs, and oysters. Bring your binoculars, Quartermaster Reach is a great place for birding. Fri.-Sun. Event details

Check Out the Ladybug Migration
The ladybugs arrive every fall at Redwood Regional Park and it’s a great hike for the kids Follow map to Skyline Gate Staging Area parking lot. Take the Stream Trail about 1.5 miles just past Prince Trail junction and you’ll see a sign on the right. Ladybugs are all there, usually through February. Daily. Event details.

Catch a Double Feature at the Drive-In
Spend a night at the drive-in movie. Parents save on Tuesday nights. Fri.-Sun. Event details

Visit “Entwined” in Golden Gate Park
An art installation coming to Golden Gate Park will transform Peacock Meadow into an enchanted forest of otherworldly shapes and ever-changing light. “Entwined,” by San Francisco artist Charles Gadeken, will honor Golden Gate Park’s 150th Anniversary. Fri.-Sun. Event details

—Kate Loweth

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