11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Presidio San Francisco
Picnic at the Presidio brings you an amazing food extravaganza. During this event, you can enjoy all kinds of delicious food from different restaurant, farm produce and baked goods, games, live music entertainment, craft and soul, all in one place! Don’t miss this great opportunity to check out your favorite local gourmet food vendors! The event take place every Sunday until 10/26.
For more information: www.presidio.gov
3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
The Park Chalet San Francisco
Come rock out with your family at the Park Chalet Sunday afternoon from 3-5pm all Summer long! The concert takes place on 7/13, 8/17, 9/28/,10/26.
For more information: (415) 425-0372, www.jamjamjam.com
Bothwell Arts Center Livermore
June 16-20, 10am-4pm (ages 10-14), July 7-11, 10am-4pm (ages 13-19)
Girl Power offers two summer camps covering the Girl Power Program with fun experiential activities like yoga, guided visualization, free dance, a photo shoot, meditation, creating dream boards, drawing personal gremlins (no experience necessary), painting, acting, enjoying videos and more, all geared to raise self-esteem, encourage and enlighten with themes around the power of choice, being your own kind of leader, etc.
Teens are asked to bring a bag lunch and snacks.
Two additional afternoon only camps will be held June 23-27 (AGES 15-19) and August 11-15 (AGES 10-15) geared toward uplifting self-esteem building through art. Please see www.girlpower4life.org for info.
Courthouse Square Redwood City
“Movie on the Square” will be held at Redwood City Courthouse every Thursday starting from 7/24 – 9/25. People can come and enjoy watching movies at the event site. Here’s the detailed schedule:
7/24: Saving Mr.Bank, 8:45pm
7/31: Gravity, 8:30pm
8/3: Oz, 8:30pm
8/14: Secret Life of Walter Mitty, 8:15pm
8/21:The Coords, 8:45pm
8/28: The Mounments Men, 8pm
9/4: Mr. Peabody and Sherman, 8pm
9/11: Spaceballs, 7:45pm
9/18: Captain America: Winter Soldier, 7:30pm
9/25: Muppets Most Wanted, 7:30pm
For more information: (650) 780-7000, www.redwoodcity.org
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
中華文化中心 (Visual Center) San Francisco
Date and time: Now through 12/20, every Tuesday to Saturday, 10am-4pm
For more information: www.c-c-c.org
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Arts & Education Building, CSU East Bay Hayward
Date and time: Now through August 31, every Monday to Thursday
For more information: (510) 885-3299, www.class.csueastbay.edu
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Chinese Public Health Center San Francisco
This course is designed for the Child Care workers who usually works at home. California requires all the child care workers to have minimum hours of professional training. For those people who participate on the Child Care course on Aug. 2nd or Aug. 16th, American Red Cross will issue three certificates to the students who pass the examinations.
For more information：415-364-7906
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
San Mateo County Event Center San Mateo
The Annual Bay Area Aloha Festival is return this weekend at the San Mateo County Event Center! The two-day festival will be offering amazing Hawaiian music and dance performance, arts and crafts vendors, island cuisine, educational exhibits and workshops, plus the admission is free! It’s one of the great family event that you won’t want to miss this weekend!
For more information: www.pica-org.org/alohafest
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Downtown Fremont Fremont
The 2014 Fremont Festival of the Arts is one of the largest premier art and music festival in California. The event covers more than four walking miles that showcases the work of 700 artisans, 30 food booths, 8 fine wine and beer booths, Kid zone and 2 stages.
For more information: (510) 795-2244, www.fremontfestival.net
11:00 am - 6:00 pm
San Francisco Japantown San Francisco
The 41th Annual Nihonmachi Street Fair takes over San Francisco’s Japantown for another exciting weekend of cultural and artisanal showcases on 8/2-8/3. The fair celebrates the diverse Asian American and Pacific Islander communities here in the Bay Area, and has established itself as a summer time tradition in the City. This event offers a wide variety of activities including ethnic food booths, a broad assortment of arts and crafts vendors, and even a Children’s World activity area, where kids can learn and play Asian crafts and games.
For more information: www.nihonmachistreetfair.org, 415-771-9861