Let’s get the weekend started! Get yourself some island time when you venture to Treasure Island for TreasureFest or Angel Island live music this weekend. Don’t forget the Aloha wear!
photo: Alexa Hoyer
Delicious food trucks, cocktail booths, live music and workshops for kids lend an ultra-fun energy and party vibe to TreasureFest, a monthly flea market where you can score vintage clothing and jewelry from one of the 400+ vendors. Located on Treasure Island, the beautiful views of the city are well worth the trip across the Bay. TreasureFest has great activities for children and is pet-friendly so bring your pooch. Sat.-Sun. Event details.
Celebrate at the Japan Day Festival
Celebrate the cultural heritage of SF Japantown with a special performances by Japanese artists from Chicago, San Francisco and the Bay Area. See demonstrations and performances of Taiko, Japanese classical and folk dance, Japanese dolls, Okiya-style Shamisen music and more. Sun. Event details.
Live on the Square
Join in this free festival offering entertainment, food, and fun in addition to the weekly dance lessons. Each event will begin with the popular 30-minute dance lesson followed by live DJs, food trucks, beer garden, vendors, a virtual reality photo booth and more. Fri. Event details.
Healthy Village Festival
Celebrate health and wellness with ZUMBA and Yoga demos, music, farm animals, produce giveaway, history hike, health tips and screenings, resources, vendors, youth zone and more! Hang out with Richmond Firefighters and “Ask a Doc” hosted by Kaiser Permanente. Sat. Event details.
Putt’n Around Downtown RWC
Putt’n Around… Downtown Redwood City is the latest pop-up recreation activity for all ages. An 18-hole course complete with scaled decorations and nighttime black light golf, this limited run activity is fun for the whole family. Fri.-Sun. Event details.
Theatre in the Park
Peninsula Youth Theatre and the City of Mountain View present free children’s theatre in the park all summer long on the Center’s outdoor ParkStage (located adjacent to Pioneer Park). You’ll see fairy tales and other children’s stories—a different 45-minute production each week performed by the children from Peninsula Youth Theatre’s summer camp program. Bring the kids, a picnic dinner and a blanket to sit on for a fun way to end the week for the whole family. Fri. Event details.
Get Your Fill of Model Trains
A large collection of historical railroad effects is housed in this museum that is open to the public on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Swing by to see all the railroads on display and learn a little California history. Sat. Event details.
Peace, Love and Woodstock
Early on, birds appeared in Peanuts, but a very special bird arrived in the later 1960s, capturing hearts with his unique personality and eccentric ways. Named for the 1969 music festival in rural New York, Woodstock may be the smallest Peanuts character, but he has a huge presence. From typing up Snoopy’s correspondence to helping him lead the Beagle Scouts, his devotion to Snoopy became a foundation of the strip. In celebration of the music festival’s 50th anniversary, take a trip through the life of Woodstock—from namesake to nest—and see why Woodstock is the friend everyone wishes they had. Fri.-Sun. Event details.