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Festival of Colors; Spring Festival ; SF Restaurant Week: 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 April 2 to Sunday April 3.

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.


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

Against the Tide: Elevation LVK, Livermore

Alameda Restaurant Week: Participating Restaurants, Alameda

Back on Track: Roller Derby Double Header: Paradise Skate Roller Rink, Antioch

Bay Area Spring Festival: Todos Santos Plaza, Concord

Family petanque clinic: Martinez Waterfront Park, Martinez

Spring Jump: Chabot Lake, Castro Valley

“Passing Strange”: Ashby Stage, Berkeley

Quilt Show: Rainbow Reflections: Center Concord, Concord

Richlybent: Rosa Fierro Cellars, Livermore

Shang: Alameda Comedy Club, Alameda

Sparkling Sunday: Big White House Winery and John Evan Cellars, Livermore

Spring Vendors’ Fair: Big White House Winery and John Evan Cellars, Livermore

The Tom Reynolds Trio: Livermore Jazz Society, Livermore and Virtual

Underwater Egg Hunt: Pleasant Hill Water Park, Pleasant Hill


Dinner and Movie: Delicious Food, Sonoma

“Frozen Jr.”: Kenilworth Junior High School, Petaluma

“Hotter Than Egypt”: Marin Theater Company, Mill Valley

Michelle Lambert: Lucca Bar and Grill, Benicia

Napa Valley To Ukraine Benefit Concert: Napa Valley Expo, Napa

Rancho Solano Spring Fling: The Clubhouse at Rancho Solano Golf Course, Fairfield

Safety Day: Logvy Park, Calistoga

Sips and Bites: Petaluma Woman’s Club, Petaluma

Soil is the Solution: Digging Deep into Soil Regeneration: Virtual via UC Master Gardeners of Napa County, Napa

The Hollywood Piano Trio: Le 222, Healdsburg

Tomato Plant Sale: UC Master Gardeners of Napa County, Napa


American Legion Flea Market: American Legion, San Mateo

First Sunday Open Studios Experience: Art Bias, San Carlos

Go Green Scavenger Hunt: Burlingame Public Library, Burlingame

Guided Pescadero Swamp Walk: Sequoia Audubon Trail, Pescadero

Rock house school band: CuriOdyssey, San Mateo


“Achievement Hunter Live”: The Geary Theatre, San Francisco

Bayview Beautification Day: Jamestown Avenue and Griffith Street, San Francisco

Comedy Show: Milk Bar, San Francisco

Dogpatch Cleanup: Woods Yard Park, San Francisco

High Bay Cleanup: Allyne Park, San Francisco

J-Town Community Cleanup: Japantown Peace Plaza, San Francisco

Keep Ocean Beach Clean: Ocean Beach Cafe, San Francisco

MakeArt Family Day: Museum of Crafts and Design, San Francisco

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

MUNA Trash Pickup Day: The Benches Garden, San Francisco

NOPA Cleaning: The Mill, San Francisco

“Retreat: The Battle Within. Slouching Toward Inner Silence”: Brava Theater Center, San Francisco

KIN by Robert Moses presents “Soft Solace”: Presidio Theater Performing Arts Center, San Francisco

SF Performances presents: David Russell: Herbst Theatre, San Francisco

SF Restaurant Week: Participating Restaurants, San Francisco

The Edwardian Ball 2022: The Regency Ballroom, San Francisco

The Marsh Presents “Speak to Your People”: The Marsh San Francisco, San Francisco

The tip of my tongue: Z Space, San Francisco

Trans Visibility Day: Exploratorium, Pier 15, San Francisco

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


Genealogy Workshop for Beginners: Santa Cruz Public Libraries, Santa Cruz

Dahlia Society Sale: Deer Park Mall, Aptos

Guided Coastal Walk: Wilder Ranch State Park, Santa Cruz

Historic Ranch Tours: Wilder Ranch State Park, Santa Cruz

Learn Ukrainian Dance: A Virtual Folk Dance Lesson to Support Ukraine: Virtual

Ranch Life: A Living History Event: Wilder Ranch State Park, Santa Cruz

Ancient Redwoods Tours: Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park, Santa Cruz County

Photos with the Easter Bunny: Capitola Mall, Capitola

Ukraine and Russia: Contextualizing a Discussion of War: La Selva Beach Branch Library, La Selva Beach

Westside Market: Old Wrigley Lot, Santa Cruz


“Dancing Through the Decades: Entertaining the 20s”: Los Altos History Museum, Los Altos

“The Marriage of Figaro or the Count Cut Short”: Dinkelspiel Auditorium, Palo Alto

Holi: Festival of Colors: Memorial Park, Cupertino

“La Cage Aux Folles”: San Jose Playhouse, 3Below Theaters and Lounge, San Jose

LGHS Spring Musical: “Little Women”: Los Gatos High School, Los Gatos

New Ballet Presents “Fast Forward”: Hammer Theater Center, San Jose

Photography and Art Exhibition: Gilroy Center for the Arts, Gilroy

Pocket Opera presents “The Merry Widow”: Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, Mountain View

Sensory Easter Photoshoot: Westfield Oakridge, San Jose

Symphony San Jose presents “American Masters”: San Jose Center for the Performing Arts, San Jose

Underwater Egg Hunt: Los Gatos High School Pool/Community Aquatic Center, Los Gatos

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