Celebrate Cinco de Mayo around the Bay Area
Cinco de Mayo: Book & Craft – Learn about the history of Cinco de Mayo and make a Lucha Libre mask. May 3. 5:30pm. FREE. Alum Rock Branch Library, 3090 Alum Rock Road, San Jose. sjpl.org.
Cinco de Mayo – Celebrate outside San Leandro City Hall at a fiesta for the family including entertainment, crafts and light refreshments. May 5. 6-8pm. FREE. San Leandro Civic Center Plaza, 835 E. 14th St. 510-577-3462. sanleandro.org.
$5 First Friday – The Chabot Space & Science Center will offer hands-on activities and live demonstrations at this event on the first Fri. of each month. May 5. 6-10pm. $5. 10000 Skyline Blvd., Oakland. 510-336-7300. chabotspace.org.
Dragons Love Tacos 2: The Sequel--Adam Rubin, author and of the New York Times and USA Today bestselling picture book Dragons Love Tacos, will be in San Jose to promote the release of his new picture book Dragons Love Tacos 2: The Sequel. May 5. 3 pm. Hicklebee’s, 1378 Lincoln Avenue, San Jose. http://www.hicklebees.com/event/adam-rubin
Cinco de Mayo Festival. May 6. About 8,000 people attend this annual festival showcasing the best of Mexican and Latin American culture with a diverse array of foods, music, dance and artistry. FREE. San Francisco http://www.bayareaparent.com/Events/index.php/name/Cinco-de-Mayo-Festival/event/16765/
May Fête Children’s Parade and Fair – High school marching bands and hand-pulled floats are among the highlights of this parade and fest in downtown Palo Alto. May 6. cityofpaloalto.org/recreation.Edit ModuleShow Tags