1. Temescal Street Fair @ Temescal District, Oakland

Show some local love at this fun-filled event celebrating the cool & colorful Temescal district. Many businesses and merchants will be present, as well as people, adding to this event’s bustling vibe. The event offers free, family-friendly festivities from noon until 6:00 pm. Some activities include a circus stage presented by Oakland’s Kinetic Arts Center, and a kiddie carnival with rides, games, and inflatables! Adults will love the great eats and drinks from local food vendors, like Temescal Brewing, tons of handmade arts and crafts available for sale, and live music from Oakland bands on multiple stages.

Location: Temescal District, 41st to 51st Streets, Oakland

Price: Free

Ages: All Ages

Day: Sunday, June 11 @ 12 pm – 6 pm

Website: http://temescalstreetfair.org/Festival-Highlights


  1. A Midsummer Night’s Dream @ Bolinas Community Center, Bolinas

Back by popular demand, the Bolinas-Stinson Children’s After School Theater presents an encore performance of one of Shakespeare’s best productions, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Children of all ages can appreciate this fantastical Shakespearean play. Experience the magical forest filled with mischievous fairies, young loves, and more as they encounter a night of wonder.

Location: Bolinas Community Center, 14 Wharf Rd., Bolinas, Ca

Price per Person: Kids $5, Adults $10

Ages: All ages

Day: Sunday, June 11, Time TBD


  1. Mother x Lonny Lounge @ West Coast Craft, San Francisco

West Coast Craft returns this weekend to the Fort Mason Center. Peruse the unique wares and works of around 250 artists, designers, and crafters. Head to the Mother x Lonny lounge for a kid-friendly zone where kids can create their own crafts and play. Hang out in the beautiful lounge, furnished with a modern living room by Room & Board, that you can enter to win! After chilling out in the lounge, you’ll want to join in the mother and child street style photo shoot by Mother from 10 – 1 pm on Saturday for the chance to be featured on the site.

Location: Marina, Festival Pavilion at Fort Mason Center; Lounge located on the mezzanine level of the show (near the back)

Event: West Coast Craft Fair

Day: Saturday & Sunday, June 10 & 11, 10 am – 6 pm

Price: Free to enter

Ages: All ages

WWC Festival Website: http://westcoastcraft.com

Mother Website: www.mothermag.com

Lonny Website: www.lonny.com


4. Feed the Animals @ Tilden Park Little Farm, Berkeley

The Tilden Little Farm is a family favorite spot in Berkeley. Children love seeing live farm animals like cows, chickens, goats, sheep, and pigs. Be sure to bring three things: carrots, lettuce, and celery, to feed the animals. A great place to snap some adorable photos of your child. The park is also a great picnic spot, so be sure to grab a blanket and pack a lunch. There are nearby gardens you can visit while in bloom this season, we hope you make the most of your Little Farm visit!

Day: Open Daily, 8:30 – 4 pm

Price: Free

Ages: All ages

Website: http://www.ebparks.org/parks/tilden/tna

Note: Wear proper shoes and expect to get a little dirty. A bit of walking will occur, up stairways and hills. Bathrooms are clean and close by with sinks for handwashing after petting or feeding animals.


  1. Pool Grand Opening! @ Larkey Swim Center, Walnut Creek

The Larkey Swim Center is finally back! Join the newly renovated pool located right by the Lindsay Museum. The pool includes slides, a diving board, plus a new all abilities spray ground and slides. Be on the lookout for fun family activities the center may be offering. This weekend, the pool is offering free admission to all visitors, as well as discounted pricing on summer rec passes for the whole season!

Location: Larkey Swim Center, Located by the Lindsay Museum, Walnut Creek

Day: Saturday, June 10, 11 am – 4 pm

Ages: All ages

Price: Free admission for the day

Website: http://www.walnut-creek.org/aquatics