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Saturday May 26th

The Midpeninsula Regional Open Space Preserve is hosting a bug and butterfly walk at Picchetti Ranch, 10am-1pm. Find hike details here.

Does your kid like elephants? If so, they might enjoy elephant day at Oakland Zoo. See here for the flyer.

Visit FarmFest–an event celebrating the region’s organic agricultural industry– in Pescadero, from noon-5pm. It promises to be educational and fun for families. Find the flyer here.

All Weekend

Civil War Re-enactments at Roaring Camp Railroads, Felton. Not sure how family-friendly this event is, but it might interest some older children. Event details are here.

Memorial Day

Entry to Ardenwood Historic Park is free for the day.

Tuesday May 29th

It’s time for the pigs at Ardenwood Historic Park’s Tuesday Toddler Time, 11-11.30am.

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Saturday May 12th

The Almost Mother’s Day Kids Concert is being held in Courthouse Square, Redwood City from 11am-1pm. See event details here.

Sunday May 13th

Mom’s Day Celebration at Hidden Villa, starting 3pm. Bring a picnic and enjoy the farm and music. Sign up here.

All Weekend

The Stanford Pow-Wow is happening this weekend on Stanford Campus.  We went a couple of years ago and it was really interesting with lots of action and colour for little ones to enjoy. Find the flyer here.

The Mid-Peninsula Regional Open Space District Nature Center is open weekends at Skyline Ridge. Park in the Russian Ridge Preserve Parking Area. Other details can be found here.

Tuesday May 15th

It’s time for sheep at Ardenwood Farm’s Toddler Tuesday, 11-11.30am.

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Saturday 31st March

Sheep to Shawl event at our beloved CSA Live Earth Farm. Info here.

Daniels Nature Center Open Weekend (Skyline Ridge Open Space Preserve), noon-5pm both days. More info here.

Los Altos Easter Egg Hunt, starts 10am. See here.

Sunday 1st April

Tour of Hidden Villa Farm — all ages welcome. Starts 11am. $10 a person. See here to register.

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