Looking for some good family-friendly entertainment? Or perhaps somewhere you can leave your kids to have fun while you relax and scroll through social media? The Danville area has plenty of both kinds. Here’s a list of entertainment and food options for kids that are currently available at great discounts.
From Mount Diablo to Sycamore Valley Park and more, there’s always things to do with your family here in Danville. It also helps that we’re pretty much central to everywhere else!
We know how challenging it can be with the little ones at home during the summer so we created a list of fun activities to keep them busy and out-of-your hair!
Independence Day is nearly here, and the Danville area has a number of exciting events you can go to – whether it’s for live music, yummy food, a fun parade, or to watch the fireworks at night
Another weekend full of activities and great weather here in Danville. Check out some of the featured events this weekend include Long Island Medium, Theresa Caputo at the Village Theater and DC Curry playing at Tommy T’s!
Thinking of slipping away to Lake Tahoe for a weekend of fun? Great idea! Tahoe is an excellent vacation spot, pleasant more-or-less all year round. If you’re looking for a vacation that’s a short distance from Danville, it’s the perfect option.
Easter’s just a week away, and Danville has a couple of places that offer a lovely brunch on the occasion.
Spring break is here! Kids are delighted that they don’t have to go to school, and not even the thought of mountains of homework will put a damper on their mood. It’s Spring and the outdoors are glorious, so take some time off from your busy schedule and go have fun with your kids! Here are some of the best places around Danville for spring break fun.
With winter nearly over and glorious Spring flowing in, we bird-lovers have been itching to go out birdwatching. Check out these awesome places around Danville to find some feathered friends.
The world of plants is mesmerizing. From flowers that self-pollinate, fruits that burst open to disperse seeds, to leaves that close at a touch. There is an almost unimaginable amount of variety, and the adaptations, the sheer efficiency of it all makes me marvel.