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Tuesday, September 1

Nature for Kids: Spiders at Lake Lagunitas, 10am – 1pm, Spiders are everywhere, and this is the perfect time of year to see spiders of every shape, size, and color. We’ll learn how they hunt, how they make their webs, and how to identify many common species. Remember to bring lunch. Parking fee is $8. Meet at the Lake Lagunitas parking area.

Free Music Makers Open Houses, 10:15am and 11:15am, ages 1.5 to 5 years old, make instruments, listen to live music, puppets, dancing, stories, hand stamps and stickers for everyone, Westminster Presbyterian Church, 240 Tiburon Blvd, Tiburon. RSVP with number of children and adults to cindy@music-makers.org or (415) 461-1066.

Concert for Kids, 10:30-11:15am, James K, Robin Sweeny Park, Sausalito. 

Film of the Month, 10:30am, 1:30pm & 4pm, Treasure Island, The Disney Museum, San Francisco.

Wednesday, September 2

Free Music Makers Open Houses, 10:15am and 11:15am, ages 1.5 to 5 years old, make instruments, listen to live music, puppets, dancing, stories, hand stamps and stickers for everyone, Westminster Presbyterian Church, 240 Tiburon Blvd, Tiburon. RSVP with number of children and adults to cindy@music-makers.org or (415) 461-1066.

Chat with a Ranger, 10-11am, an excellent opportunity to learn about the various jobs rangers do in a national parks. Meet next to the Muir Woods Café.

Treasure Boxes, 3 & 4:30p, ages 4-8, come decorate a special box to keep them safe, Sausalito Library.

Thursday, September 3

Friday, September 4

Singing and Dancing with Miss Kitty, 10:15-11:15am, San Rafael Library.

Picnics on the Plaza, 5-8pm, San Anselmo Town Hall Plaza.

Kids' Pajama Party with Mike Wu, 6-7pm, listen to a story or two, make some art, have some milk and cookies and get your books signed. Then head home for bed, DIESEL, A Bookstore, Marin Country Mart, 2419 Larkspur.

Create-With-Nature Zone for Art Break Day, free, 10am-4:30pm, 150 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza,  Oakland.

Gold Rush Days, 9am-4pm, turn back the clock to Sacramento’s historic district to 1850s. Costumed performers portray historical figures, personalities and just plain folks, bringing history to life while old-timey musicians perform on multiple stages, evoking the vivid tunes and sounds of the times, Sacramento.

Saturday, September 5, BART will NOT be running between the East Bay and SF

Sausalito Art Festival, tickets on sale now.

Mt. Tam Healthy Parks, Healthy People Walk, 9am, Breathe the fresh air and enjoy the sights, sounds and scents of nature on this easy guided hike on Mt. Tam. Designed especially for beginning hikers and those who are unfamiliar with the parks, Healthy sweets and tea or hot cocoa are provided after the walk. Pantoll Parking Lot.

Make a Football Toss Game, 9am-12pm, ages 5-12, Home Depot, San Rafael.

Junior Chef Class, 10am, ages 5–13, Air Fryer Snacks and Treats, Williams-Sonoma, The Village at Corte Madera.

Read to a Dog, 11am, South Novato.

Barnes & Noble Storytime Event, 11am, Full Moon at the Napping House, Corte Madera.

The Taming of the Shrew, pre-show 1:40pm, show starts at 2pm, Old Mill Park Amphitheater, Mill Valley.

GGRO Hawk Talk & Banding, 12-2pm, Sausalito.

Read to a Dog, 2pm, Corte Madera.

Shakespeare in the Park, 2pm, Romeo & Juliet, The Presidio, San Francisco.

Healthy Parks, Healthy People, enjoy beginner exercises and family games, RSVP, call (415) 561-4323, Presidio Visitor Center, 105 Montgomery Street at Lincoln Blvd.

Crabbing at Fort Baker, 10am-12pm, We’ll discuss bait, equipment, and regulations, then try your luck with our nets. Fills quickly so call early. Reservations required; call 556-1693.

Gold Rush Days, 11am-7pm, Sacramento.

Scottish Highland Gathering & Games, Alameda County Fairgrounds, Pleasanton.

Children’s Fairyland, Oakland.

Sunday, September 6, BART will NOT be running between the East Bay and SF

Point Reyes Sand Sculpture Contest, 9am-3:30pm, Drakes Beach.

Sausalito Art Festival, tickets on sale now.

Green Gulch Farm Sunday Children’s Program, 10am, After a short talk, the children leave the zendo to participate in their own special programs. Activities include crafts, seasonal projects on the farm and garden, yoga, and ritual. Please check in before the program at the table near the southwest side entrance of the zendo.

Homestead Music Festival, 11am-6:30pm, free, donations greatly accepted, Headlining the festival is the legendary Zigaboo Modeliste who will perform a power set of New Orleans funk, jazz and soul—sure to get the crowd groovin'. 315 Monford Ave, Mill Valley.

GGRO Hawk Talk & Banding, 12-2pm, Sausalito.

The Taming of the Shrew, pre-show 1:40pm, show starts at 2pm, Old Mill Park Amphitheater, Mill Valley.

Concerts in the Park, 4pm, Belvedere Park.

Shakespeare in the Park, 2pm, Romeo & Juliet, The Presidio, San Francisco.

Sea Chantey Sing Along Aboard Historic Ship, 8pm, sing-along of sea chanteys and sailor songs aboard a historic ship at San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

Gold Rush Days, 11am-7pm, Sacramento.

Scottish Highland Gathering & Games, Alameda County Fairgrounds, Pleasanton.

Children’s Fairyland, Oakland.

Monday, September 7, Labor Day, BART will NOT be running between the East Bay and SF

Sausalito Art Festival, tickets on sale now.

Soccerfest, 12-5pm, free, food and fun, drinks, music and mahem, and some fancy footwork for all ages, Mill Valley Community Center.

Belvedere Tiburon Labor Day Parade, 1pm, old-fashioned, home town parade starts at the corner of Tiburon Boulevard and Lagoon and continues down Main St. and Beach Rd. ending just prior to Belvedere Park for the final Concert in the Park Event of the summer.

¡Caminando entre los más Altos! 1pm, Muir Woods.

The Taming of the Shrew, pre-show 1:40pm, show starts at 2pm, Old Mill Park Amphitheater, Mill Valley.

Shakespeare in the Park, 2pm, Romeo & Juliet, The Presidio, San Francisco.

Gold Rush Days, 11am-5pm, Sacramento.

Tuesday, September 8

Sketching with Ballpoint Pens, 10-11:30am, $20 suggested donation, no registration required, Richardson Bay Audubon Center & Sanctuary, Tiburon.

Wednesday, September 9

LEGO Club, 3-4:30pm, Sausalito Library.

Raising Your Highly Sensitive Child, 7-9pm, Parents Place, San Rafael.

Thursday, September 10

Infant & Child CPR, 7-9pm, Parents Place, San Rafael.

Friday, September 11

Singing and Dancing with Miss Kitty, 10:15-11:15am, San Rafael Library.

Free Performance: Tim Cain, 11:15am-12pm, Bay Area Discovery Museum, Sausalito.

Picnics on the Plaza, 5-8pm, San Anselmo Town Hall Plaza.

Film Night in the Park, show begins at sunset, Big Hero 6, Creek Park, San Anselmo.

Chamber Music, free, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, San Francisco.

Saturday, September 12

Junior Chef Class, 10am, ages 5–13, Cookie Decorating benefitting No Kid Hungry, Williams-Sonoma, The Village at Corte Madera.

Dinosaur Discovery Lab, 11am-12pm, ages 3-6, hands-on program designed for small hands and big imaginations. We will dig for dinosaurs, create our own fossils, and so much more! South Novato Library.

Barnes & Noble Storytime Event, 11am, Llama Llama Gram and Grandpa, Corte Madera.

Share-A-Book Dogs, 1pm, Mill Valley Library.

The Taming of the Shrew, pre-show 1:40pm, show starts at 2pm, Old Mill Park Amphitheater, Mill Valley.

Meet Author Kathryn Otoshi, 4pm, Beautiful Hands, Book Passage, Corte Madera.

Bow Wow Film Festival, 5:30-10pm, San Anselmo.

Mount Tamalpias Astronomy Programs, 8pm, bring a chair and picnic, stargaze and learn about “In the Land of Enchantment: A Decade Exploring Saturn” with Dr. Carolyn Porco at the Mountain Theatre.

North Bay Mobile Drive-In, 8:30pm, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, 520 Palm Drive, Novato.

Salmon Dissection! 10-11:30am or 1-2:30pm, ages 4-8. Join us for an exploration of one of California's most famous fish! Get to know a salmon, both inside and out, during our naturalist led dissection. Contact Mark Oates at (321) 332-2399 or mark.oates@noaa.gov to reserve a spot! 991 Marine Drive, The Presidio, San Francisco.

Sandcastle Building 101 & How to Make Sand Globes, 10am-1pm, free but RSVP required, Ocean Beach, San Francisco.

Re:Make 2015, 10am-5pm, free, Shop Handmade Goods + Make Free DIY Projects, Festival Pavilion, 2 Marina Boulevard, San Francisco.

Mission: Presidio, 11am, Grab your huaraches, canteens, and rebosos–let’s get outdoors! Join us for a family hike “back in time” along the old mission road. Learn a little history as we follow the path from Mission Dolores to the Spanish Presidio of 1776, with lots of fun along the way. In the spirit of the ancestors who originally made this trek, we’ll be walking the five-mile distance–but don’t fret! There will be a partial shuttle bus option for those whose huaraches can’t make it all the way. At the end of our journey, we’ll arrive at the Rob Hill Campground for a special surprise! (Hint: Delicious food is involved.)

Super Science Saturday & Turtle Release, 1-4pm, Mountain Lake, San Francisco.

20th Street Block Party, 12-6pm, free neighborhood celebration of music, food and drink, 20th Street between Bryant and Harrison, San Francisco.

Chocolate Festival, Ghirardelli Square, San Francisco.

Shakespeare in the Park, 2pm, Romeo & Juliet, The Presidio, San Francisco.

To Shell and Back: How the SF Zoo Helped Western Pond Turtles Return to Mountain Lake, 2-3pm, The Presidio.

Pre-College Recital & Conservatory Orchestra, free, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, San Francisco.

Children’s Fairyland, Oakland.

Free Animation Workshop, 10am-12pm, age 10-12, from idea to character design, storyboard, backgrounds, and more, learn to create your own animation, Advance reservations required--register online by clicking on class title above or call (707) 284-1272, Schultz Museum, Santa Rosa.

Sunday, September 13, New Moon, Rosh Hashanah Begins, Grandparent's Day

Fairfax Car Show, 8:30am-4:30pm, Downtown Fairfax Broadway near Bolinas Road and the Parkade Lot.

Grandparents Day, 9am-5pm, free admission for grandparents, Bay Area Discovery Museum.

Beginning Birding, 9:30-11:30am, ages 8+, Reservations required; please call (415) 331-1540, Rodeo Lagoon, Sausalito.

Marine Science Sunday, 10am-5pm, takes a look at Top Predators: Sharks and Orcas. Join us for classroom presentations, Docent-led tours, and more! Marine Mammal Center, Sausalito.

Sunday Special: The Bug Family Band, 11am, Mill Valley Library.

Kids Fair, 11am-2pm, free jumpies, petting zoo and more, Peace Lutheran Church, Mill Valley.

Town Picnic on the Ballfield, 12-5pm, food, games, and fun! Fairfax.

The Taming of the Shrew, pre-show 1:40pm, show starts at 2pm, Old Mill Park Amphitheater, Mill Valley.

Marin Shakespeare Company, 4pm, Richard III, Family Day Matinee, youth 18 and under free, Forest Meadows Amphitheatre890 Belle Ave. San Rafael.

Sunday Streets, Western Addition.

Opera in the Park, 1:30pm, free, bring a picnic and enjoy this outdoor concert, Sharon Meadow, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.

Chocolate Festival, Ghirardelli Square, San Francisco.

Festa Coloniale Italiana, North Beach, San Francisco.

Shakespeare in the Park, 2pm, Romeo & Juliet, The Presidio, San Francisco.

Haydn: The Master of Invention, Music of the Enlightenment, The Soul Searching Mozart, Embellished Mozart , free, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, San Francisco.

Children’s Fairyland, Oakland.

Monday, September 14

Tuesday, September 15, Rosh Hashanah Ends

Pajama Rama! 6:30pm, Fairfax Library.

Geology of the Park, 1-4pm, Presidio, San Francisco.

Wednesday, September 16

Chat with a Ranger, 10-11am, an excellent opportunity to learn about the various jobs rangers do in a national parks. Meet next to the Muir Woods Café.

Read to a Dog, 3-4pm, Belevedere Tiburon Library.

The Berkeley Old Time Music Festival

Thursday, September 17

Insect Discovery Lab, 4pm, ages 3-7, Space is limited, RSVP 415.789.2662. Belvedere Tiburon Library.

Dog Appreciation Day/Coyote Talk, 5 – 6:30pm, Bring your pooch out and feast on a hot dog BBQ with community members and rangers. After the festivities with our canine friends, Chief Park Ranger Rob Ruiz will discuss the identifying characteristics and habits of our wild canines; coyotes and foxes. All dogs must be leashed. Park entrance is free. Meet at the Hillside picnic area in McInnis Park, San Rafael.

Is That Me Yelling? 7-9pm, Parents Place, San Rafael.

The Berkeley Old Time Music Festival

Friday, September 18

Meet the Author, Jennifer and Michael Grais - Christa's Luck, 6pm, a teen fiction novel about Christa’s love for an endangered herd of wild horses and how her special connection with them inspires her to look beyond her own unforgivable mistakes and try again, Book Passage, Corte Madera.

Treasure Island, 8pm, The Spreckels Performing Arts Center, Rohnert Park.

The Berkeley Old Time Music Festival

Saturday, September 19, California Coastal Cleanup, Talk-Like-A-Pirate-Day

California Costal Cleanup Day in the Bay Area

Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival, 10am-5pm, artists from around the country display their creative wears, live music and children’s programs, Old Mill Park, Mill Valley. 

Explore Pioneer Tree Trail, 10am-1pm, RSVP required, Samuel P. Taylor Park.

Junior Chef Class, 10am, ages 8–13, $30/child, proceeds benefitting No Kid Hungry, build your own lunchbox with American Girl Doll, Williams-Sonoma, The Village at Corte Madera.

Kidz Cinefest! 10:30am, 13 short films with a total running time of a little over an hour. This block is perfectly tailored to bring joy and excitement to kids of all ages and adults young at heart! Throckmorton Theatre, Mill Valley.

Barnes & Noble Storytime Event, 11am, Bug in a Vacuum, Corte Madera.

LEGO Club, 1-2pm, Belvedere Tiburon Library.

Talk-Like-a-Pirate Day, 1-3pm, Ahoy, matey! Don’t be a landlubber and miss out on the adventure! Wear ye best eye patch and come play games, eat snacks, and find some treasure! RSVP, Marin City Library.

Concerts on the Green, 5-7pm, Ridgeway Space Station, City Green, Sherman Avenue, Novato.

Sound Summit, a benefit concert for the mountain, tickets on sale now, Mountain Theater, Mt. Tamalpias.

Peace in the Park, Festival of Spirit, 11am-6pm, Golden Gate Park.

Shakespeare in the Park, 2pm, Romeo & Juliet, McLaren Park's Jerry Garcia Amphitheater, San Francisco.

Autumn Moon Festival, 11am-6pm, entertainment, food, dragon parades, cultural events, kids activities, and more, Grant Avenue, San Francisco.

Dragonboat Festival, 10am-5pm, free, dragon boat racing, cultural performances, food, and kid-friendly activities, Treasure Island.

Oktoberfest, 2-10pm, free admission, carnival, kids rides and games, soccer match, BBQ, live music and more, 1st Street E. & Arnold Field, Sonoma.

Treasure Island, 8pm, The Spreckels Performing Arts Center, Rohnert Park.

The Berkeley Old Time Music Festival

Children’s Fairyland, Oakland.

Sunday, September 20

Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival, 10am-5pm, artists from around the country display their creative wears, live music and children’s programs, Old Mill Park, Mill Valley. 

Nature for Kids: Indian Valley, 10am – 1pm, spend the day focusing on the changes that take place between the hot and dry, and the cold and wet seasons. Where do the insects, spiders, and lizards go? When will the salamanders come out of hiding? Remember to bring lunch. Meet at the College of Marin Indian Valley Campus in Novato, parking lot 6 (1800 Ignacio Blvd).

Sea Otter Spectacular, 10am-5pm, celebrate the threatened species in a fun, educational way for both kids and adults, Marine Mammal Center, Sausalito.

Free Family Tennis Day, 10-11am for ages 7-12, 11M-12pm for ages 4-6, Fairfax Tennis Courts. RSVP with child’s name and age to higginstennis@ gmail.com or call 415-963-2549.

Woofstock Benefit Music Festival, 12-5pm, fun-filled afternoon of dancing, food, and groovy times with Wonder Bread 5! Marin Humane Society, Novato.

Hike the Headlands, 10am-2pm, music, family activities, beer tasting, food, and more, Registration Required, NatureBridge, Sausalito.

Kinderfest, 12-6pm, tickets on sale now, great event for the entire family. In addition to all the fun, food, drink, live music, and dancing of Oktoberfest, Nature Friends Tourist Club, 30 Ridge Avenue, Mill Valley.

Super Awesome Fun Run, 9am-12pm, a family friendly 5k and 1 mile fun run, Super Hero Themed  *  Bubble Zone  *  Smile Mile  *  Finish Line Fun. Registration Required, Memorial Park, San Anselmo. Kids free with paid adult, use code AWESOME.

Pampers Cruisers #SagToSwag Tour, 11am-3pm, music, dancing and fun activities for the little ones, plus FREE samples of the diapers to take home, San Francisco Zoo Entry Village.

Shakespeare in the Park, 2pm, Romeo & Juliet, McLaren Park's Jerry Garcia Amphitheater, San Francisco.

Autumn Moon Festival, 11am-6pm, entertainment, food, dragon parades, cultural events, kids activities, and more, Grant Avenue, San Francisco.

History and Habitat, 1-3pm, two-mile walk around the heart of the Presidio.

Dragonboat Festival, 10am-5pm, free, dragon boat racing, cultural performances, food, and kid-friendly activities, Treasure Island.

Comedy Day 1 Stage, 5 Hours, 30+ Comedians, A Million Laughs! Organizers say “…it’d be rated PG-13. We ask our performers to “keep it clean,” but occasionally an “off-color” word or topic will pop up. So, please use discretion.” Sharon Meadow, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.

Treasure Island, 2pm, The Spreckels Performing Arts Center, Rohnert Park.

Sunday Sampler, 1pm, sampling the wide variety of programming offered at the Berkeley Rep School of Theatre, Berkeley.

Art in Nature Festival, 11am-1pm, Redwood Regional Park, Oakland.

The Berkeley Old Time Music Festival

Children’s Fairyland, Oakland.

Monday, September 21

Garden Club, 3:30-4:15pm, K-3, RSVP required, Mill Valley Library.

Tuesday, September 22

Wednesday, September 23, Autumnal Equinox

Finding Nemo, 3pm, Sausalito Library.

Thursday, September 24

Wild Kratts Live! 6:30pm, all-new theatrical stage show is based on the hit animated television series Wild Kratts, SHN Golden Gate Theatre, 1 Taylor Street, San Francisco.

Friday, September 25

Singing and Dancing with Miss Kitty, 10:15-11:15am, San Rafael Library.

Tuesday Tucks Me In: Author Luis Carlos Montalvan & his dog, Tuesday, 3:30-4:30pm, Luis will read his award-winning picture book Tuesday Tucks Me In, and brush Tuesday's teeth (his favorite activity) and his coat.  Tuesday will demonstrate the many important things he does for Luis, Mill Valley Library.

Owl Wars, 5:30-8:30pm, on this strenuous five-mile dusk hike we will look and listen for the owl, Muir Woods.

Friday Nights on Main, 6-9pm, Annual Fireman’s Ball, Main Street, Tiburon.

Big Hero 6, outdoor movie, Old Mill Park, Mill Valley.

Marin Moonlight Run, 6:30pm, ages 8+, bring the flashlights or headlamps and we will provide the glow sticks and post-race goodies on a unique night time adventure weaving through the sights and sounds of two beautiful marshes, 5 Hamilton Landing, Novato.

Shuttle Through Time, 10:30am-12pm, PresidiGo shuttle and travel through time as you hear stories spanning the centuries. Reservations required; please (415) 561-4323. Meet ranger Jose Roldan at the Presidio Transit Center, corner of Graham Street and Lincoln Blvd.

Treasure Island, 8pm, The Spreckels Performing Arts Center, Rohnert Park.

Saturday, September 26

Blackie's Hay Day, an old fashioned country fair for the whole community, pony rides, a petting zoo, toy tractor rides, carnival games, jumpies and a climbing wall, as well as wonderful entertainment and food, Blackies Pasture, Tiburon.

UTSA Free Kid's Day, players and lots of fun games and activities on court! Soft serve ice-cream cones on the café patio following Kids’ Day and all participants return home with a gift on behalf of USTA NorCal! Tiburon Peninsula Club.

Junior Chef Class, 10am, ages 8–13, Make Dinner for the Family, Williams-Sonoma, The Village at Corte Madera.

Marcello Walk, 11am, learn about the infamous Marincello Development was that was planned for this area. See remnants of this once popular idea. Meet at Tennessee Valley and walk up to the Miwok Trail. Bring your camera, good hiking shoes, and dress in layers. 

CLIF® Bar CykelScramble11:30am-7:30pm, a One-of-a-Kind Bike Relay Race and Festival featuring bikes, food, music, and fun, Marin County Fairgrounds, San Rafael.

Learn to Pier Fish, 9 – 11am, learn the secrets and tricks of the trade when fishing from a pier. A limited amount of poles will be available on a first come, first-served basis. Paradise Beach Park, 3450 Paradise Beach Park, Tiburon.

Dipsea Hike for Zero Breast Cancer

Oktoberfest, Tam Valley Community Center, Mill Valley.

Children's Toy and Clothing Sale, 10am-4pm, Marinwood Community Center, San Rafael.

Chili Cook-Off, 11am-4pm, Dunphy Park, Sausalito.

Shakespeare in the Park, 2pm, Romeo & Juliet, McLaren Park's Jerry Garcia Amphitheater, San Francisco.

Family Matinee: The Modern Sounds of Jazz, Peter Horvath Quartet, 11am, plus family workshop, SFJazz Center, San Francisco.

Bay Area Blues Festival

Weekend Along The Farm Trails 2015, most stops free, Explore Sonoma County's vibrant agricultural community. County farmers will open their gates and barn doors to offer a behind-the-scenes peek at life on the farm.

Treasure Island, 8pm, The Spreckels Performing Arts Center, Rohnert Park.

Wings Over Wine Country, Schultz-Sonoma Airport.

Much Ado About Sebastopol, get transported to the Heart of the English countryside in 1578 and the feast of St. Michael (Michaelmas) - when rents are due, wages are paid, and the crops have been gathered and stored for the coming Winter, Ives Park, Sebastopol.

Children’s Fairyland, Oakland.

ToyCon, Sonoma County Fairgrounds.

Sunday, September 27

Mill Valley Block Party, 1-5:30pm, benefit for KIDDO! Free Concert, Dancing, Fashion Show, Beer Garden, Food, Kids Games Music by, The 85's, Lumanation and The Incubators, plus Special Guests, in front of Famous4 between Throckmorton Ave and Miller Ave.

San Anselmo's Country Fair Day, 7-11am pancake breakfast, 10am-3pm community street fair, 11am parade, 12-3pm Creek Park Fest.

Marine Science Sunday, 10am-5pm, takes a look at Top Predators: Sharks and Orcas. Join us for classroom presentations, Docent-led tours, and more! Marine Mammal Center, Sausalito.

Moon Festival, 10am-3pm, make paper lanterns and learning the importance of natural light in the world around us. This arts and craft project will be free along with admission for the day, Muir Woods.

Ring Mountain Eclipse, 6:30 – 9pm, join rangers for a rare chance to see an eclipse from Ring Mountain. This promises to be a beautiful and unique scene; in order for a lunar eclipse to occur the Sun, Earth, and Moon must be roughly in a straight line. Bring your cameras! Meet at the gate at the end of Taylor Rd in Tiburon.

Muir Woods After Dark, 6-8pm, ages 8+, bring flashlights, Muir Woods.

Shakespeare in the Park, 2pm, Romeo & Juliet, McLaren Park's Jerry Garcia Amphitheater, San Francisco.

Bay Area Blues Festival

Weekend Along The Farm Trails 2015, most stops free, Explore Sonoma County's vibrant agricultural community. County farmers will open their gates and barn doors to offer a behind-the-scenes peek at life on the farm.

Treasure Island, 8pm, The Spreckels Performing Arts Center, Rohnert Park.

Wings Over Wine Country, Schultz-Sonoma Airport.

Much Ado About Sebastopol, get transported to the Heart of the English countryside in 1578 and the feast of St. Michael (Michaelmas) - when rents are due, wages are paid, and the crops have been gathered and stored for the coming Winter, Ives Park, Sebastopol.

Children’s Fairyland, Oakland.

Monday, September 28, Full Moon (Supermoon), Total Lunar Eclipse

Garden Club, 3:30-4:15pm, K-3, RSVP required, Mill Valley Library.

Film Screening: Most Likely to Succeed, fundraiser for School Fuel, Sinaloa Middle School Gym, Novato.

Museum Monday for Little Ones, 10am-Noon, Schultz Museum.

Tuesday, September 29

Positive and Effective Discipline: A Crash Course, 7-9pm, Parents Place, San Rafael.

Wednesday, September 30

Meet the Author, Kevin Henkes - Waiting, 12:30pm, An owl, a puppy, a bear, a rabbit, and a pig all toys arranged on a child's windowsill wait for marvelous things to happen in this irresistible picture book by the New York Times bestselling and Caldecott Medalist Kevin Henkes, Book Passage, Corte Madera.

Save Your Spot: Bookmarks! 3 & 4:30pm, Sausalito Library.