Top Picks for Family Fun Around the Bay Area

Because of the coronavirus, some events are being canceled/postponed, often last minute. So before you get the kids dressed and into the car, we encourage you to double-check with the venue itself. Stay healthy everyone!

Silicon Valley

LeAnn Rimes Performs. March 13. Grammy award winner LeAnn Rimes will perform at the Heritage Theatre in Campbell. $70. Campbell.

San Jose Shamrock Run. March 14. A Leprechaun Kids Run is part of the festivities benefitting the San Jose/Dublin Sister City Scholarship Program. $20 and up. San Jose.

Second Saturday at Gamble Garden. March 14. FREE. Enjoy nature hunts, garden tours and hands-on activities at Gamble Garden’s Second Saturday event. Palo Alto.

The Three Musketeers. March 14-15. Based on a famous novel by Alexander Duma, this play, performed by Theater Games Productions, is full of action and intrigue, duels and love. $27 adults, $22 children. Mountain View.


Marin, San Francisco and Peninsula

Kids Night Out: Painting Party. March 13. Come dressed for a mess so you can enjoy an art party. Your child in grades K-5 will have the opportunity to explore their artistic interests and paint a whimsical, colorful canvas to bring home. Pizza dinner and drinks included. $30.  Redwood City. 

Woodside High School: Addams Family. March 13-21. This is a musical about a ghoulish American family with an affinity for all things macabre. $10-20. Woodside 

Flying Leprechaun Skydive. March 15. Enjoy face painting, a jump house and a leapin’ leprechaun who jumps out of a helicopter at the Hiller Aviation Museum. Children wearing green will receive a parachute toy. Included with admission: $18 adults, $11 youth 5-17, under 5 FREE. San Carlos. 


East Bay

Celtic Music for Kids. March 14. FREE.  Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with Irish music for kids performed by Chris Waltz and Friends. All ages welcome. Berkeley. 

Camp Tawonga East Bay Family Volunteer Day. March 14. FREE. Join Camp Tawonga for a morning of tikkun olam (repairing the world). Families with kids 10 and up help the Alameda County Community Food Bank prepare food items. No previous affiliation with Camp Tawonga necessary. Advance registration required. Oakland. 

Pi Day Pie Contest. March 14. FREE. Celebrate math, learning and baking by entering your pie in this contest. San Lorenzo. 



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