SF, Marin & Peninsula
RoCo Dance on Stage. May 30. Enjoy progressive dance and entertainment for the entire family, featuring more than 600 RoCo dancers of all ages and Body Language (RoCo’s youth modern dance company). Check website for ticket prices. San Rafael.
Afternoon Cow Wow. May 30. Learn fun cow facts while you help feed and care for Hidden Villa’s dairy queen - Vida the cow. For ages 5 and up only. $25. Los Altos Hills.
CuriOdyssey Community Day. May 31. Explore science exhibits and meet native California animals at this special event. FREE. San Mateo.
Park Stewardship. May 31. Become a park steward and help restore unique San Francisco coastal habitat. There are projects suitable for volunteers of all ages and activity levels. FREE. San Francisco.
Junior Scientist Adventure. May 31. Become a scientist for a day by checking out a field science backpack full of tools and activities to guide your exploration at the California Academy of Sciences. For ages 8-16. San Francisco. $19.95-29.95.
Prep for Job Interviews: Workshop for Teens. May 29. Come to this workshop to practice and gain confidence for that summer job interview. FREE. San Jose.
Long Train Runnin. May 29. Experience this band's unmistakable energy with a song book spans the entire Doobie Brothers’ catalogue at San Pedro Square Market. FREE. San Jose.
Tree of Fairy Tales. May 30-31. Young actors, ages 5 to 15, present stories from all over the world performed in Russian. $12-27. Mountain View
Afternoon Cow Wow. May 30. Learn fun cow facts while you help feed and care for Vida the cow at Hidden Villa. $25. Los Altos Hills
El Camino Youth Symphony. May 31. The Season Finale Concert features works by Ravel, Saint-Saens, Tchaikovsky and Spanish-American composer Miguel A. Roig-Francoli. Check website for ticket prices. Cupertino.
Zoovie Night. May 29. Get in your jammies and bring your pillows, blankets, chairs and the whole family to enjoy the movie Mr. Peabody & Sherman. 6:30-9:30pm. $7. Oakland.
“Pacific Worlds.” May 30. A new exhibit at the Oakland Museum of California opens today celebrating the historic and cultural relationships between the Pacific Islands and California. Through Jan. 3. $15 adults, $10 students and seniors, members and children ages 8 and under FREE. 10am-6pm.
Walnut Creek Art & Wine Festival. May 30. Come to the Walnut Creek Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau's 34th Annual Art & Wine Festival for arts and craft booths, music and entertainment, a traditional grape stomp, wine and beer, a children’s area, food booths and more. FREE. 11am-6pm. Walnut Creek.
All-Ages Matinee. May 31. Each Sun. afternoon The Starry Plough hosts an all-ages matinee featuring everything from local and touring artists to theme-based events. Check the calendar for upcoming shows! 4-7pm. FREE. Berkeley.
Summer Shore Cleanup. May 31. The summer is busy season on the beach, so help get it ready while cleaning and searching for interesting items that have been washed ashore. Youth under 18 need parent/guardian approval. 1-2pm. FREE. Alameda.