This weekend we’re highlighting events and venues that are open for in-person fun. Enjoy children’s museums, amusement parks, drive-in movies, art activities, nature adventures, and more!
Friday, October 1 First Friday Night at Curiodyssey – San Mateo Swing into the weekend with music, science, animals and fun! On the first Friday of every month, from 5 pm until 8 pm, where parents and kids celebrate together at CuriOdyssey. Dance to some of your favorite pop and rock hits. Purchase dinner from Fletch’s hot foods and beer or wine from our bar.
Saturday, October 2 Orchard Days at Filoli– Woodside The orchard will be open weekends for Filoli visitors of all ages to enjoy. Weave through rows of apple trees and grapevines as you learn about food production past and present, listen to live music from 1pm-3pm and find local artists selling their work.
Fun on the Farm – San Ramon Science Safari – Saratoga South Bay Historical Railroad Society Open House – Santa Clara Sunset Community Festival – San Francisco Open Cockpit Day – San Carlos ArtSpark at Sonoma Children’s Museum – Sonoma The Exploratorium – San Francisco Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk – Santa Cruz
Sunday, October 3
San Francisco 49ers - San Francisco Family Day at Marin Museum of Contemporary Art – Novato Bicycle Sundays – Woodside Halloween at Gilroy Gardens – Gilroy Hickory, Dickory, Dock at Children’s Fairyland – Oakland Asian Art Museum – San Francisco The Tech Interactive – San Jose Pixieland – Concord Lindsay Wildlife Experience – Walnut Creek Roaring Camp – Felton
New in Theaters: "Venom 2", "The Addams Family 2" and the "Sopranos" Prequel "The Many Saints of Newark"
1. "Venom: Let There Be Carnage" (PG-13) Trailer Tom Hardy returns as Eddie Brock, the guy who bonded with the alien symbiote Venom. In this one, Woody Harrelson is a serial killer who survives his execution after becoming the host of a vindictive symbiote called Carnage. Michelle Williams is back as Brock's ex-fiancée and Naomie Harris is also in it as Woody's superpowered childhood crush. Make sure to also stick around for the standard MCU post-credits scene, if that's your thing.
A sequel to the 2019 computer-animated movie. In this one, Gomez and Morticia are worried that the kids are growing up too fast and decide to take a family vacation in a haunted camper, driving across the U.S. Oscar Isaac returns as Gomez Addams, Charlize Theron is Morticia, Chloe Grace Moretz is Wednesday, Nick Kroll is Uncle Fester, and Snoop Dogg is Cousin Itt.
A prequel to "The Sopranos", starring Alessandro Nivola as Tony Soprano's uncle, Dickie Moltisanti, who inspires young Tony to become a made man. We lost James Gandolfini back in 2013, but his son Michael Gandolfini plays young Tony. The cast also includes Leslie Odom Jr. from "Hamilton", Billy Magnussen from "Stranger Things", Jon Bernthal from "The Punisher", and Ray Liotta from "Good Fellas". And if you want to avoid theaters, you can catch it at home on HBO Max.