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Free Fun, All Week Long

A day-by-day guide of fun and free activities for you and your kids to enjoy this summer.



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Looking to keep your school-aged children mentally and physically stimulated, and away from the TV screen? Look no further! We’ve planned an action-packed week of educational and healthy activities that won’t cost you a cent, but may just make you the coolest parent around town. So what are you waiting for? Let’s go out!

Monday

Visit . Garfield may hate Mondays, but perhaps he’d be a little less grumpy if he stopped to smell the roses at the Berkeley Rose Garden. Or if he explored the tunnel entrance to Codornices Park, and . The Rose Garden overlooks the San Francisco Bay and Golden Gate Bridge, and is open from dawn until dusk. Bring your glove, baseball, Frisbee, and picnic lunch—the park features baseball fields, a sweeping lawn, picnic tables, a play structure, and more.  

Tuesday

Head to the in Santa Clara. Have a child who loves model trains or Thomas the Tank Engine? Then he or she will love the historic Santa Clara Depot, built in 1863. Enjoy the scale model train displays, railroad artifacts, and real railroad business car with your kids. (Free Tuesdays, 6-9 p.m.)

Wednesday

Go to your local library.

Help your kids to keep their minds sharp by taking them to one of the Home’s libraries. Visit your nearby library’s website for an events calendar to find out about readings, book clubs, and more for families with children of all ages. On Wednesdays, the Lafayette Library hosts an where kids can practice their reading skills by reading to the lovable dog, “Vally,” from ARF.

Thursday

Spend the day at . Pulling kids away from videogames or the TV can be difficult, but your children will jump at the chance to spend a warm summer day at the Parkside Aquatic Park, where they can swim, climb on play structures, bump around a volleyball on the sand court, and enjoy dad’s grill skills (what says “summer” more than hot dogs and hamburgers on an outdoor barbecue?).

Friday

Watch the free evening kids movies in the park. Town of Danville

is a free Danville summer evening series hosted on the Town Green, out under the stars, on select Friday nights. There are also fun crafts and activities offered for kids before the movie begins at sundown. And, if you can’t make a Friday in Danville, Jack London Square in Oakland hosts sing-along movies on Fridays, where guests are encouraged to dress in accordance with the movie’s theme, and participate in song and dance. Bring a picnic dinner to enjoy during the flick, or dine out at the various restaurants and eateries in either Danville or Oakland.   

On select Friday nights June through September, you can also enjoy The festivities begin at 6:30 pm and movies begin at 8:15 pm, so bring a picnic dinner. There are also pre-show activties, games, and crafts for kids. 

Saturday

 Free for families with four or fewer children, this outdoor playground has everything kids could want: forts, boats, towers, zip lines, and paint. Children of all ages are invited to come play. Oh, and be sure to wear sturdy tennis shoes!

Sunday

The first Sunday of every month, the across from San Francisco’s Civic Center, is open and free to the public. So take your family for a fun BART ride into the City (no parking fees on weekends!). 

Or visit Livermore on Saturdays and Sundays for free, fun nature activities. Parking does cost money ($5), but are free for the public.

Any Day

-Go for a family bike ride on Iron Horse Trail or the Lafayette-Moraga Trail, and stop for Jamba Juice or ice cream before you pedal home.

-Take  Bring fishing poles, a picnic lunch, and your canine companion for fun on the docks, play structure, on grass.

- is a great place to take kids to play and picnic. The park houses outdoor barbecues, well-lit sporting fields, and courts for late-night pick up games, plus a water playground for hot summer afternoons. 

-Learn what life was like living and working on a family ranch in the late 1800s and early 1900s at Self-guided visits are free all week, and park ranger tours are free on weekends. Visit the barn, blacksmith's shop, animals, and pond, and bring a picnic lunch to enjoy.  

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