Happy Lunar New Year! My family got dressed in hanbok (Korean traditional dress) and ate dduk guk (Korean rice cake soup) to celebrate the Year of the Pig. How did you celebrate your New Year? February is busy with Lunar New Year, Valentine's Day, and Black History Month celebrations. Scroll for another festive weekend events!
- Do you know your Chinese zodiac animal? If you were born in the year of the pig (1923, 1935, 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007, 2019), you can visit San Francisco Zoo for free. (on Sunday too!)
- Celebrate Valentine's Day surrounded by flowers and herbs at the Botanical Garden Tea Party. There are two sessions, morning and afternoon. Make sure to register online ahead of time.
- Head over to Michaels to make special Valentine frames or glittery slim. Sweet DIY gifts for your valentine.
- Learn about science, technology, engineering, arts, and math concepts and put them to work in a hands-on project at Scientific Adventures at Melrose branch or Diamond branch.
- Eco-explorers! Enjoy hours of science fun at free Wildlife Nature Camp, learning all about the Bay Area ecosystem through hands-on activities.
- Meet The Flash in person at Easy Bay Comic-Con. This one day event is great opportunity to meet comic superstars and expand your collections.
- Celebrate Lunar New Year at OMCA with spectacular cultural performances(Red Panda acrobats and Perry Yan the Magician), delicious Asian-inspired food trucks, and much more!
- Enjoy lively lion dance, folk dance, taiko drumming, arts and crafts, and storytelling at OACC's Lunar New Year celebration.
- Cal Kids Day is here! Come cheer on Cal's women's basketball team vs. Oregon State. There will be Halftime Clinic on court! ($1 admission with adult ticket)
- Storyteller Muriel Johnson will be at Children's Fairyland for Black History weekend.