Wine, Beer and Art Walk; Aerial Arts Festival: NorCal Weekend

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA – Patch has hosted fun, interesting and entertaining events throughout Northern California – from the beaches of Santa Cruz, through South Bay, East Bay and the Peninsula, to the highest points of North Bay and Wine Country.

Some are free. Some have fees.

Whether you opt for an activity near you, a mini day trip or a virtual event, find out what’s planned this weekend from Saturday August 20th to Sunday August 21st.

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Check with event organizers to confirm dates, times, and locations in case activities have been updated since they were posted on Patch.


Find out what’s happening in San Franciscowith free real-time Patch updates.

Rotation 4th Anniversary Party: Rotator Taproom, Walnut Creek

50th Anniversary Celebration: Heather Farm Gardens, Walnut Creek

Art in the Park: Susana Park, Martinez

Augustfest: 21st Amendment Brewery, San Leandro

Big Sticky Mess: Almost Famous Wine, Livermore

Bottomless Mimosa Brunch: Elevation LVK, Livermore

Bubbleworks: Fremont Hub, Fremont

Bunco Night: Livermore-Pleasanton Elks Club, Livermore

Castro Valley Greek Festival: Greek Orthodox Church of the Resurrection, Castro Valley

Community Garden Day: Ruth Bancroft Garden and Nursery, Walnut Creek

Deidre McCalla Album Release Concert: The Back Room, Berkeley

Free jam tasting and watercolor demonstration: The Artisan Market, Crockett

Holy McGrail Quarterly Wine Club Launch Party: McGrail Vineyards and Winery, Livermore

“Iolanthe”: Bankhead Theatre, Livermore

Las Positas College Jazz Faculty Ensemble: In Person and Live via Livermore Jazz Society, Livermore

Live music with Richlybent: Caves Rosa Fierro, Livermore

Stand Up Live in Fremont with Kabir Singh, Jay Rich and Sam Bam: Kirby’s Sports Bar, Fremont

Picnic and Summer Games: Unity Center of Walnut Creek, Walnut Creek

The Cadillac Jack Group: Elevation LVK, Livermore

Toy & Collectibles Fair: Alameda County Fairgrounds, Pleasanton


Ackerman Heritage House Social Afternoon Tea Ceremony: Ackerman Family Vineyards at Ackerman Heritage House, Napa

Centennial Dinner and Dance: Pope Valley Farm Center, St. Helena

Chalk Festival: East Washington Place, Petaluma

Cotati Accordion Festival: Laplaza Park, Cotati

End of Summer Evening: Benicia City Park, Benicia

Introduction to French Pastries: Cavallo Point Cooking School, Sausalito

Creators Market: First Street, Napa

Music in the vineyards: Lycée Sainte-Hélène, Sainte-Hélène

Vintagelandia Market: Napa Valley College, Napa


August Yoga in the Garden: Elizabeth F. Gamble Garden, Palo Alto

Modern Groove Quartet: Wine Gallery, San Carlos

“Much Ado About Nothing”: Red Morton Community Park, Redwood City

Introductory Musical Theater Workshop for Adults: Arts Unity Movement Center, San Mateo

Stand-Up Sunday Comedy Series: Hillsdale Mall, San Mateo


Adrian West Trio: Ocean Ale House, San Francisco

Bernal Heights Monthly Cleanup: Junipero Serra Elementary School, San Francisco

Launch and signing of the book: “The Neapolitan Sisters” by Margo Candela: Medicine for Nightmares Bookstore and Gallery, San Francisco

Bosworth and Lyell Cleanup: Bosworth and Lyell Streets, San Francisco

Castro Cleanup: Eureka Valley Recreation Center, San Francisco

Cleaning in a Galaxy Far, Far Away: TogetherSF Warehouse, San Francisco

“Alternative” Exhibition Closing Reception: CHUNG 24 GALLERY, San Francisco

Hayes Valley Community Cleanup: Patricia’s Green, San Francisco

Las Azurduy: Cabaret Brava, San Francisco

Merola Grand Final: War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco

North Beach Cleanup: Washington Square Park, San Francisco

Outer Mission/Cayuga Cleanup: Alemany Boulevard and Ottawa Avenue, San Francisco

San Francisco Aerial Arts Festival: Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture, San Francisco

Shark Stewards Water Park Cleanup: Water Park Bleachers, San Francisco

SOMA Cleanup: Victoria Manalo Draves Park, San Francisco

Science of Storytime for Kids: Pier 15, The Embarcadero, San Francisco

The Marsh Presents “Speak to Your People”: The Marsh San Francisco, San Francisco

Unclaimed Baggage Route Experience: Secondhand Saturdays, San Francisco

Cleanup of West NOPA: Manitas Cafe, San Francisco


Plant sale pop-up: Illuminee Studio, Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz Hills Tour: Santa Cruz Hills, Scotts Valley

Sassy Sunday: California Coffee, Aptos

SF Mime Troupe “Back to the way things were”: London Nelson Community Center, Santa Cruz

“Three Men and Emily” Artist Pop-Up: Studio Judy G, Watsonville

Watsonville Wine, Beer and Art Walk: Main Street, Watsonville

World Bee Day Event: La Selva Beach Branch Library, La Selva Beach


The Lunar Octet: Cupertino Library, Cupertino

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