With so many unknowns surrounding COVID-19 and its effects on summer camps around the area, we have compiled this list of places still offering camp!
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!
Summer is here and the weather is warm! Time to grab the life jackets and head out to a nearby lake for fun in the sun!
We know how hard it is to search for places around the area where the little ones eat for free!
Museum Day is an annual celebration of boundless curiosity hosted by Smithsonian magazine. Participating museums and cultural institutions across the country provide free entry to anyone presenting a Museum Day ticket.
Kids whining that they’re bored? Your friends complaining about nothing to do? Then get them out of the house and go enjoy the amazing amount of activities and events being held this weekend!
Summer is just around the corner, so don’t miss out on this amazing lineup for Blackhawk Plaza’s 2019 Summer Concert Series!!
There’s a lot going on in and around Danville this weekend! Summer nights are the best! We hope everyone enjoys their weekend fun!
Enjoy sweet treats and live music for families in a beautiful garden while helping to raise funds for nature education!
Acclaimed world-wide, Father’s Day is celebrated in America on the third week of every June. On this very special occasion we recognize all father figures. The people from our past and present raising, inspiring and supporting us. Whether ever-present coaches or quietly leading by example, they are our own personal heroes, someone we might strive to impress, or maybe the best tickle monsters and storytellers alive.
We are grateful for all that you do! Living in Danville means you have probably shuttled kids to several of the great parks in our town. Perhaps, you’re the Father who consistently wakes at the crack of dawn to get your All Stars to their games? Family friendly Danville is a haven for sports fanatics, musical concerts, art events and markets.
It is probably no coincidence that your children live here amongst some the highest rated schools in the nation. Maybe you chose to settle in Danville to raise your family, because your own father endowed you with an appreciation for the vibrant lifestyle of our Bay Area community?
Here are a few hotspots to celebrate Father’s Day:
Father’s Day Car Show at Blackhawk Museum
6/16/19, 8AM-12PM, Blackhawk Museum, Danville, FREE!
Father’s Day Brunch by Scott’s Catering from 10am to 2pm. Call 925.934.0598 to make your reservation.Tickets are: $35-100.
Northern California’s Pirate Festival
6/15/19 & 6/16/19, 10AM-6PM, Waterfront Park, Vallejo. Featuring over 500 costumed actors, crafters and musicians, the Northern California Pirate Festival is the largest pirate event in the United States.
Celebrate DAD with a special all-day buffet. $55 per adult and $20 per children.
Alameda County Fair
You won’t want to miss the Alameda County Fair! Big O Tires Concert! The Fair is going on until 7/7/19.
How about this offer from Norm’s – FREE breakfast for all dads this Sunday!
Father’s Day at Oakland Zoo
Watch some of our resident animal dads enjoy some special, and much deserved holiday enrichment during regular scheduled feedings. All Dads receive one (1) FREE train ride in celebration of Father’s Day! Please collect at the Adventure Landing (Rides Area) ticket booth.
5th Annual Growlerfest
6/15/19, 2PM-7PM, The Growler, Danville. Featuring 15+ Breweries and live music, from the School of Rock, San Ramon!
Hurry! Advised only two tables left for brunch. Grab your phones!
Completely booked for large parties during brunch, but smaller parties might be able to find a seat. Still accepting lunch and dinner reservations.
Danville Brewing Company
Serving breakfast on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 AM to 2 PM. Treat Dad to an adult “Oatmeal Raisin Cookie.” One of their beers that won Best of Craft Beer Award.
Still accepting reservations for brunch!
Completely booked for brunch, but walk-ins might be able to find a table outside. Join them for lunch or dinner.
The event will be held from 10AM- 5PM on 6/17/19 & 6/18/19. Downtown Danville will be a busy place this Father’s Day Weekend as Summerfest showcases over 150 regional artisans, culinary delights, live entertainment, kid’s activities, boutiques unique only to Danville, and a classic car show on Sunday.
Does your dad love nature? Picnic tables, BBQ grills, landscaped outdoor swimming, complete with lifeguards and white sand at Cull Canyon Recreational Park. Sorry, no dogs.
Interested in wine tasting in nearby Livermore? Charles R Vineyards is hosting Grillin’ & Chillin’ with Dad Sunday, 12PM. BYO BBQ picnic, pack some meat for the grill and they will provide the flame. Dad can pick his favorite bottle of wine to pair with the menu, and they provide Port for his dessert. Play some corn hole, darts, board games, or just let Pop chill. Performing: Maddy Hudson, American Idol Season XIV contestant and Singer Songwriter from Pleasanton
Campo di Bocce
Is bocce more your game? Or, maybe your Dad’s game? Then enjoy bocce and lunch!
For this special event bring your blanket and low chairs to enjoy live music by Greg Lamboy! Our Wood Fired Kitchen will be serving up a delicious menu as well as southern style bar-be-que by Pork Butt BBQ. This event is FREE to attend, wine for purchase by the glass and by the bottle. Please no outside food. Tables & Cabanas are for reservations ONLY to wine club members. Please email or call Wente to Reserve one.
How do we celebrate dads? With some delicious wine, great company, and homegrown live music on the lawn with Crawdad Republic, Livermore’s original folk-bluegrass band. Joining them will be a Two Day Town funk-favorite, Big Sticky Mess. Be sure to bring your dance moves to this family friendly event. Grab your family and join us for a fun night of dancing, live music, and family fun! Enjoy food by Smokin’ Hot Meats & Treats, snow cones from Ready, Set, Sno, live music by Crawdad Republic, and wine from McGrail Vineyards. Get your tickets quickly, as this event tends to sell out!
One day is not enough. Gratitude isn’t just a feeling; it is an action.
“My daddy is special because he makes food for me. And he also takes care of me the same time he is working. For Father’s Day I am giving him a clay monster that I made him at school with a card I also made.” – Eva 7
“My daddy is very special because he lets me have anything I want. He is kind.” – Sadhana 5
“Dads agree to more than moms. The dads take us to most of our activities and helps us. Ours takes us to where we want to go. We’ll take him out to dinner to say thanks.” – Smaran 8, Arnav 9, Sriyan 10