Founder’s Weekend Festival; PRIDE Symphony Concert: NorCal Weekend

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA – Patch has hosted fun, interesting and entertaining events throughout Northern California – from the beaches of Santa Cruz, through South Bay, East Bay and the Peninsula, to the highest points of North Bay and Wine Country.

Some are free. Some have fees.

Whether you opt for an activity close to home or a mini day trip, find out what’s planned this weekend from Saturday June 11th to Sunday June 12th.

Find out what’s happening in San Franciscowith free real-time Patch updates.

Check with event organizers to confirm dates, times, and locations in case activities have been updated since they were posted on Patch.


EAST BAY:

Find out what’s happening in San Franciscowith free real-time Patch updates.

104th Annual Livermore Rodeo: Livermore Rodeo Grounds, Livermore

“A Little Fire”: Ashby Stage, Berkeley

Prom fundraiser to benefit Millenium High School: Garre Cellar Tasting Room, Livermore

Cabanijazz Project: Water Light Public Square, Walnut Creek

Founders Weekend Festival: Behind Mission San JoseFremont

Hold’em Power Poker Ride: The Waymark Apartments, Walnut Creek

Klezmer, Coffee and Stories: Highwire Coffee Roasters, Berkeley

Leroy du Nord and Tyler Gene: almost famous wine, Livermore

“Little Shop of Horrors”: Berkeley Playhouse, Berkeley

Live music on the tarmac with Highwater Blues: Elevation LVK, Livermore

Live music with Richlybent: Caves Rosa Fierro, Livermore

A Day in a Park Fundraising Event: Meadows Picnic Area, Berkeley

Paint and Sip Afternoon: Vinum Japanese Tapas and Bar, Newark

Sacred Songs: 500 Years of Motets: Old Mission San Jose, Fremont

Teacher Appreciation Weekend: Rodrigue Molyneaux Winery, Livermore

The Marsh Berkeley presents “Adam Strauss is not unhappy”: The Marsh Berkeley, Berkeley

Wake The Dead: Livermore Jazz Society and Virtual via Livermore Jazz Society, Livermore

Wines of France: Vinous Reverie, Walnut Creek


NORTH BAY/WINE COUNTRY:

“A Doll’s House, Part 2”: Novato Theater Company, Novato

Social Brunch Experience at Ackerman Heritage House: Ackerman Family Vineyards at Ackerman Heritage House, Napa

Beat Brunch with Yuppie Liberation Front Band: Empress Theater Lounge, Vallejo

Benicia Arsenal artists: Tyler and Jackson streets, Benicia

Chandon Pride Summer Garden Party: Chandon, Yountville

Cornerstone Music Series: Cornerstone Sonoma, Sonoma

“Living Garden” exhibition: MEUSE Gallery, Sainte-Hélène

“Second Sunday” Pipe Organ Concert: St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Healdsburg

Vallejo Swap-o-rama: IntegriTea, Vallejo

Vélo et Vignes cycling event: Arnot-Roberts, Healdsburg

Lawn Yoga: Silverado Resort and Spa, Napa


THE PENINSULA:

Hike the Gray Whale Cove Trail: McNee Ranch State Park, Montara

Learn to Row Day: Bair Island Aquatic Center – Rowing and Paddling Club, Redwood City

Lighthouse Tours: Pigeon Point Light Station State Historic Park, Pescadero

Pride Celebration: San Mateo Central Park, San Mateo

Second Saturday Hikes: Butano State Park, Pescadero

The Quitters: Harker’s Back 40, San Mateo


SAN FRANCISCO:

“All Ages with Marga Gomez”: Brava Theater Center, San Francisco

Castro Cleanup: Eureka Valley Recreation Center, San Francisco

CubaCaribe Dance and Music Festival: Z Space, San Francisco

Dogpatch Cleanup: Woods Yard Park, San Francisco

Fillmore Street Cleanup: Compton’s Coffee House, San Francisco

Fog City Flea: San Francisco Ferry Building, San Francisco

GolfaCon Pub Crawl: Mayes Oyster House, San Francisco

Big road park cleanup: Andytown Coffee Roasters, San Francisco

Japantown Community Cleanup: Peace Plaza, San Francisco

Juneteenth on the Waterfront: Ferry Plaza Farmers Market, San Francisco

Lower Haight Cleanup: Sidewalk Juice, San Francisco

Manny’s Neighborhood Trash Cleanup: Manny’s, San Francisco

MUNA Trash Pickup Day: The Benches Garden, San Francisco

No Medium Reward: Chanticleer and the Golden Fleece: Mission Dolores Basilica, San Francisco

NOPA Cleaning: The Mill, San Francisco

Secret Improv Society: Shelton Theatre, San Francisco

Hollywood Spotlight: Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco

The Marsh San Francisco presents “Going Out”: The Marsh San Francisco, San Francisco

Valence-Guerrero Cleanup: Dog-eared Books, San Francisco

Walking Tour: Japanese Tea Garden, San Francisco


SANTA CRUZ COUNTY/BEACHES:

Amah-Ka-Tura: First Nation Show: Felton Branch Library, Felton

Communi-Tea Party: Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park, Santa Cruz County

Doors Open California: Castro Adobe State Historic Park, Watsonville

Family Rangers: Fantastic Frog and Our Pond: Natural Bridges State Beach, Santa Cruz

Garfield Park Branch Library Opening: Garfield Park Branch Library, Santa Cruz

Guided Coastal Walk: Wilder Ranch State Park, Santa Cruz

Natasha’s Run For Justice: Aptos Village County Park, Aptos

Plant sale pop-up: Illuminee Studio, Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz Sandhills Tour: Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park, Santa Cruz County

“Keep On Truckin'” by Tandy Beal and Company: Ocean View Park, Santa Cruz

Tidepool Exploration Tour: Natural Bridges State Beach, Santa Cruz


SOUTH BAY:

Pet Rabbit Adoption Event: Pet People, Los Gatos

National Outlet Day: Gilroy Premium Outlets, Gilroy

Ride Home: HIF Cycling Event for Housing: Hellyer County Park, San Jose

The Sinatra Show: Maggiano’s Little Italy, San José


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