East Bay Events for June 1 and 2, 2019

Fun Free(ish) Events in the East Bay this weekend.  This week I am super excited about the Annual Cherry Festival in San Leandro. I grew up in San Leandro so this is close to my ❤️ and still local. Though we may not grow Cherry trees anymore…its tradition!

Please note:  Some events require prior registration or tickets, so be sure to visit the website for full information.

This weekend is jam packed with tons of fun! Click on the event for more information.

 

 

Saturday, June 1, 2019

The San Leandro Cherry Festival is a long-standing San Leandro tradition celebrating the city’s past, present and future.  The Cherry Festival offers attendees the option to partake in food, a beer garden serving local craft beers, live entertainment, handmade arts and crafts, a special Fun Zone with rides and games, a parade (beginning at 10 am), a farmer’s market, community and city resources, and an Art and Innovation Zone.

First Annual Downtown Hayward Latin Jazz Festival. (1-7pm)   Downtown Hayward, B st. and Main St.  Free event, Food Vendors, Arts & Crafts, Beer and wine…and of course live music by some of the Bay Areas’ favorites.

Bats and Brews (7-9pm) Take a taste bud tour of the world of beer and meet some Bay Area bats at Sulphur Creek. Beer is universal; every culture knows beer and every culture is proud to boast that its brew is the best on earth. Civilized people all over the world brew and enjoy truly great beers, but could it be possible that beer is responsible for civilization as we know it?  This is $45 per person and open to 21+ only.

Sunday, June 2, 2019

Have you driven by the McConaghy House on Hesperian Blvd for years?  McConaghy House is open on the first weekend of the month from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM (except January). Tours start at the top of the hour. Last tour starts at 3:00 PM.

Join us for a fun time at the 20th Annual Butterfly & Bird Festival. (10-3:30pm)The special event is dedicated to increasing the numbers and species of butterflies and birds in Bay Area landscapes. Spend a day of adventure and learning that allows you to get close to nature?s flying critters. Enjoy garden tours, family hands-on activities, educational speakers, photo presentations and music. Learn how to bring your backyard to life by creating wildlife friendly habitats! For information: (510) 544-3220. Parking fees apply where charged. Disabled accessible. No registration required; Drop-in program only.

 

 

Posted on May 29, 2019 at 10:34 pm
Casey Serafino-Lee | Category: Events

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