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What's Up This Weekend with Fonseca 08/25/23



Friday, August 25 Play. Observe. Wonder. Enjoy: ViewPoint at CuriOdyssey ~ San Mateo Take in the new ViewPoint at CuriOdyssey, a brand new, hands-on exhibition inspired by science and nature throughout the Bay Area. Located in the museum’s newly built Bay Gallery with unobstructed vistas of the San Francisco skyline, ViewPoint at CuriOdyssey is the perfect outing for littles and their adults!

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Saturday, August 26 Rogue Rhythms at Seaplane Lagoon Promenade ~ Alameda Rogue Rhythms will get you dancing, playing shakers, & grooving to the beats of drumming traditions from around the world! Experience thrilling examples of sound, beats, and rhythms from different cultures and countries in the final concert of the Rhythmix Performance, Art & Learning “PAL” in the Parks summer series. Free! Bring the whole family. RSVP recommended.

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Sunday, August 27 Kids Carnival at Hiller Aviation Museum ~ San Carlos Join the excitement with special activities just for kids! Aircraft checkouts, cockpit exploration, glider and helicopter construction and more are just some of the activities available at Kids’ Carnival.

Marine Science Sunday ~ Sausalito Interactive presentations hosted by award-winning educators feature multimedia, pictures, video and more to share the stories of amazing marine mammals and the Center’s efforts to ensure the health of these animals and our ocean.

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Movies Coming Out This Week

  • Ashkal: The Tunisian Investigation. ...

  • Bootyology. ...

  • Gump. ...

  • Metalocalypse: Army of the Doomstar R. ...

  • Storage Locker. ...

  • The List. ...

  • Ahsoka (series) ...

  • Golda PG-13.

Cheap Movie Tickets On National Cinema Day: The Daily Herald says 3,000 theaters will celebrate National Cinema Day on Sunday by offering $4 movie tickets for big films like "Barbie" and "Oppenheimer." Participating chains include AMC, Marcus, Regal, and others. Discounted concessions may also be available at some theaters.


Festivals: Arts, pride and classic cars

Late summer means another weekend packed with festival choices. This time it’s gay pride, classic cars and hot rods, arts and wine, antiques and collectibles. Here are the highlights:

Palo Alto Festival of the Arts: Celebrating the 40th year of this University Avenue event with 250 arts booths, Italian Street Painting Expo along Tasso Street, live music on two stages, children’s art studio, plus food, wine, beer. Bring tote bags for purchases. Details: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday-Sunday, Aug. 26-27; free admission; www.paloaltochamber.com/festival-of-the-arts

Silicon Valley Pride: “Live Out Proud” festival, 6-11 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 26, followed by parade at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 27, along Market Street and festival noon-6 p.m. Aug. 27. Plaza de Cesar Chavez Park, 1 Paseo De San Antonio, San Jose. Live entertainment, vendors and food. Festival admission, $5 per day. Details: www.svpride.com

Goodguys West Coast Nationals: More than 3,500 American-made hot rods, classic cars and trucks and customized vehicles will be on hand at the Alameda Fairgrounds in Pleasanton from Friday through Sunday for the 36th West Coast Nationals. Event also features AutoCross competition, dragster exhibition, swap meet, kids zone. Details: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday; $25-28, with military/veteran discount at the gate; parking extra; www.good-guys.com.

Niles Antique Faire & Flea Market: Scores of merchants will assemble on the streets of this historic Fremont district on Sunday for the 59th annual antiques and collectibles sale. Official hours are from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m., but bargain hunters often arrive early with flashlights. Details:Free admission; www.niles.org.



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