Let’s cruise on in to the last weekend in May with excitement! Some farms have opened up cherry and berry picking, you can get carhop service at Mel’s Diner and double features at the drive-in movies are here. What do you plan to do with your weekend?

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Catch a Double Feature at the Drive-In
Spend a night at the drive-in movie. Both the Concord and San Jose drive ins are open with social distancing rules in place. Daily. Event details

Grab Some Carhop Service at Mel’s
Head back to 1950 as Mel’s Diner locations on Geary Blvd. and Lombard St. have opened up carhop service. Kids eat free and half off milkshakes with adult entree purchase. Daily. Event details

The Wiggles—Live From Hot Potato Studios
The Wiggles are bringing their live show back to millions of fans around the world with The Wiggles—Live from Hot Potato Studios! This intimate series of concerts will give every fan of The Wiggles what they’ve always wanted—a front row seat. Live from Hot Potato Studios will feature six separate live Wiggles concerts. Event details

Uncle Julie’s Kids Trivia Show
Award-winning family filmmaker Julio Vincent Gambuto has launched a special daily live-stream to help moms and dads all over America keep non-school screen time fun, engaging and meaningful for kids of all ages. Daily. Event details

History at Home From Plimoth Plantation
You can bring history into your home with a range of online programs and resources for families and individuals—from new History @ Home™ live virtual visits with Plimoth educators  to coloring pages for children to Interwoven podcast series. Daily. Event details

Show Up, Kids! Online LIVE!
Kids from all over the world will feel like they’re a part of this groundbreaking interactive live event as they hear their names, offer story suggestions and are called on to help Pete put on a real live show. This interactive, semi-improvised, family show for kids 3-10 years old puts a wildly comedic twist on the traditional kids’ show. Fri.-Sat. Event details

Rock and Roll Playhouse LIVE
Live From The Playroom will consist of 20-minute programs of music for the whole family every weekday on The Rock and Roll Playhouse’s Facebook at 3 p.m. ET as well as every Sunday at 11 a.m. ET on Rockefeller Center’s Facebook. Fri. and Sun. Event details

—Kate Loweth


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