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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Labor Day in San Francisco Bay Area with the Kids

Some fun things to do with the kids this Labor Day in the San Francisco Bay Area!

Shakespeare in the Park - Free! Check out the family event too:
- Saturday, Sept 3 at 7:30 PM
- Sunday, Sept 4 at 2:30 PM
- Monday, Sept 5 (Labor Day)
at 2:30 PM
- Saturday, Sept 10 at 7:30 PM
- Sunday, Sept 11* at 2:30 PM- Saturday, Sept 17 at 7:30 PM
- Sunday, Sept 18 at 2:30 PM
- Saturday, Sept 24 at 7:30 PM
- Sunday, Sept 25 at 2:30 PM
(*Family Day: pre-show activities for kids of all ages begin at 12:30 pm) 
Where: The Presidio's Main Post Parade Ground Lawn (between Graham & Keyes Ave)

Bank of America Museums on Us - get a free ticket to participating museums with your Bank of America
card (one admission per card)

Free fishing day - September 3. You can fish without a license that day!

King Tut Festival - Friday through Sunday, September 2-4 in Hayward - free

Millbrae Art and Wine Festival - September 3-4 (free) - Broadway Avenue in Millbrae from 10-5

Sand Sculpture Contest in Point Reyes - free - Sunday, September 4

Asian Art Museum - free day - Sunday, September 4 (Target Free First Sunday)

Concerts/movie in Golden Gate Park - free (Music Concourse - across from the California Academy of Sciences)
-September 4 - movies in the park with bass/baritone John Minagro
-September 5 - Labor Day concert: Celebrate the American Worker in Music

Kings Mountain Art Fair - Woodside - Saturday through Monday. Free

Scottish Highland Gathering and Games - Alameda Fairground - Saturday and Sunday, September 3-4

Oakland Museum of California - free day - Sunday, September 4 (Wells Fargo Free First Sunday)

Red Tricycle lists some other Labor Day events.

As the kids head back to school...

Caption: "My favorite part of being a stay-at-home mom is when they're at school."

My sentiments exactly.

Monday, August 29, 2011

Coming Up: Season of Service

In the Bay Area, we generally weren't affected as much by the events of 9/11 than those living close to the crashes. That said, it affected all of us greatly, and here's a way to join with others to give service to our community.

Hands on Bay Area is organizing a month of giving opportunities: From Remembrance to Change: a Season of Service, from September 1 to October 1. Learn more about it, and find projects your family can help with, here. This includes Be the Change Day, on October 1.

Sunday, August 28, 2011

Best Ice Cream Places in San Francisco

Awhile back, I posted about 3 great ice cream places in San Francisco. That didn't even include the wonderful Ghirardelli shop at Ghirardelli Square. Here are a few more!

Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous (no website!) - it's at 699 22nd Street in SF - Potrero Hill. Look for their yummy Fudgsicle, made with Valrhona chocolate. Other flavors include malted milk balls, bourbon and caramel, salted caramel, pink squirrel, chicory coffee, black and tan beer ice cream, candied violet, chocolate chip basil, Earl Grey tea, dirty Chai tea, horchata, You'll also like their eco-conscience. The use biodegradable plates - everything is compostable.

Bombay Ice Cream - 245 South Van Ness, SF. You can probably figure from the name, this is Indian ice cream. I've not tried it, but it comes highly recommended. Flavors include bedam kesar pista (almond, saffron, pistachio), cardamon, rose, green tea, lychee, cashew raisin, chai, mango, fig, saffron rose and others. They also serve chaat (small plate appetizers) and have dry goods and saris as well.

Humphrey Slocombe - 2790 Harrison Street, SF. Admittedly, not the most natural name for an ice cream place, they use Straus organic dairy in their ice creams. Ice cream and sorbet flavors include pumpkin 5 spice, pink grapefruit tarragon, collaborative evil ale, candied ginger, Guinness gingerbread, McEvoy olive oil, orange clove, Thai chili lime, rhubarb, cucumber ice milk, Jesus juice, carrot mango, red hot banana, sour cream and salted licorice.

Candybar in San Francisco is an awesome date night place - gourmet desserts and wine. What could be better? Following the ice cream theme, their desserts include ice cream sandwiches (made with chocolate macaroons, blueberry vanilla ice cream and blueberries). For good measure, here are some other desserts: honey almond panna cotta, lavender honey creme fraiche semi freddo, and peanut butter jelly time (chocolate tart, peanut butter cream, salted candied peanuts, and blackberries). Cocktails, just as important, include blood orange cocktail, jasmine sparkle, Candybar lemon drop shot (soju and frozen lemon sorbet), and 50/50 (soju, orange soda, and vanilla).

What are your favorite ice cream and dessert places in the Bay Area?

Saturday, August 27, 2011

Girls' Night Out: Craft Bar with ETSY Labs

This sounds like fun. The Museum of Craft and Folk Art’s upcoming Craft Bar with Etsy Labs.  
Britex Fabrics staff will teach you how to make your very own pair of spats (I think these are spats). You'll choose from fabrics provided by Britex, learn the basics of hand sewing and construction, and get inspiration from the Museum's gallery. 

Where: Museum of Craft and Folk Art, 51 Yerba Buena Lane (SF)
When: Thursday September 1 from 6 - 8 pm
Cost: $5 - includes admission, tips and drinks. Free drinks from Trumer Pils.

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Coming Up: Tricycle Music Fest in San Francisco - free!

The second annual Tricycle Music Fest is coming to San Francisco, sponsored by the public library. All concerts are free and open to the public.


Sunday, October 23
11:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Main Library (100 Larkin St.) Larkin Street Steps
Presented in Partnership with Sunday Streets Mission
Featuring:  *Lucky Diaz and the Family Jazz Band and The Time Outs

3 p.m.
Merced Branch Library
155 Winston Drive
Featuring:  The Monkeybutts

3 p.m.
Ortega Branch Library
3223 Ortega St.
Featuring: Rhythm Child

11 a.m.
Park Branch Library
1833 Page St.
Featuring:  The Sippy Cups –
Rudy Trubitt and Alison Faith Levy
11 a.m.
Main Library
100 Larkin St.
Featuring: *Lucky Diaz and The Family Jazz Band

3 p.m.
Presidio Branch Library
3150 Sacramento St.
Featuring:  The Hipwaders

3 p.m.
Bernal Heights Branch Library
500 Cortland Ave.
Featuring: *Lucky Diaz and The Family Jazz Band

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Coming Up: The Three Minute Picture Show Screening

The Three-Minute Picture Show is a 30 day, 3 minute filmmaking project. Kids ages 6-17 sign up and make a movie, then it gets played on the big screen in front of a live audience. The screening is coming up - get your tickets in advance or at the door. This is a great way to inspire your kids - show them what their peers are doing, and enjoy the art created by them. The "Twinkling To-Do Film Screening" is in the afternoon, so kids of all ages can watch and not miss bedtime.

When: Saturday, August 27
Where: the Victoria Theatre (2961 16th Street, SF)

Details:  Doors open at 3:00. The 6-12 year old group screens at 3:15. The 13-17 year old group screens after a brief intermission.
Cost: $5
Tickets: get them in advance here or at the door.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Coming Up: KinderCycle Swap

Do you have kids' stuff your family is done with? Do you want to get new-to-you kids' stuff? 

Come to the next KinderCycle swap
! Get rid of what you are done with and take what you want.KinderCycle is on a mission to help families effectively get and get rid of kids' stuff and to keep kids' stuff out of landfills. Any items that are brought to the swap that are not taken by other families will be donated to charities.

When: Sunday, August 28th from 2-4 p.m.
Where: Yoga Mandala (

2807 Telegraph Ave., Berkeley)
Cost: $5 per family with stuff to swap, $10 per family without stuff to swap. Free admission if you volunteer.

KinderCycle also needs volunteers to sort items that come into the swap. Swap volunteers get in for free. Please email if you would like to volunteer.

Sunday, August 21, 2011

Book Club: Blood Work, Malled and You'll Never Nanny in This Town Again

It's only August, not quite the end of summer reading season. Thought I'd share a few of the books I've been reading this summer.

You'll Never Nanny in this Town Again by Suzanne Hansen. I'm a sucker for books like The Nanny Diaries, which tells all about the messed up lives of the rich and famous. You'll Never Nanny in This Town Again is a memoir of a Hollywood nanny, one who had a horrid experience working for CAA founder Michael Ovitz. It's surprising that this book made it through the legal department, given how Ovitz is described in the book as incredibly private and powerful (and used to getting his way). The book was written in the pre-confidentiality agreement days, which is good for this author, since Ovitz (and his wife) do not come off smelling like roses. Hansen details her year working for them, and subsequent jobs working for Debra Winger and the Rhea Perlman/Danny DeVito family. The book was hugely entertaining and a quick read.

Malled: My Unintentional Career in Retail by Caitlin Kelly. This book interested me because Kelly is a fellow freelance writer. Like many writers, she thought about getting a part time retail job to get some steady income and companionship (working at home can be lonely). She was hired on at the North Face in a suburban New York store. At $9-11/hour, it's hard to imagine much steadiness in that income, especially as Kelly finds out - hours can be cut quite easily, and your earnings drop considerably when you have to pay for parking/transportation, buying mall food for lunch or dinner, and of course taxes. For those who haven't worked in retail, Kelly opens your eyes to how poorly retail employees can be treated by managers as well as customers, corporate rules that make no sense, discouragement for trying to improve sales or the store, and the high burnout rate.

Blood Work: A Tale of Medicine and Murder in the Scientific Revolution by Holly Tucker. I heard about this book more than a year ago, before it came out. I met Holly at a conference and just hearing her describe the book got my intrigued. Please take a look at the extensive review I did here. It's a fascinating book.

Saturday, August 20, 2011

Coming Up: Four Course Farm Tour in Marin

Here's something fun to do while the kids are in school: - a Four Course Farm Tour run by Whole Foods! Here are details:

When: Tuesday, August 30th
Time: 9-4:15
Cost $15.00
Pick up at 340 Third Ave, San Rafael 9:00
Pick up at 414 Miller Ave, Mill Valley 9:30 a.m.

First stop will be Nicasio Cheese Farm – Appetizer, first course
Second stop will be All Star Farm- Salad, second course
Third stop will be provided by Whole Foods Market- Lunch, third course
Fourth stop will be Christine’s Upper Crust Pie- Pie, fourth course

Return back:
San Rafael 3:45
Mill Valley 4:15

Sign up at

Friday, August 19, 2011

California Academy of Sciences winner

Congratulations to Carina, who won the family pass to the California Academy of Sciences.

Look for a new contest coming up in September, where you can win tickets to Cirque du Soleil's Totem, Broadway San Jose's Shrek, Lord of the Rings in concert, and Yo Gabba Gabba live.

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Coming Up: Target Family Fun Day in Redwood City - free

There will be live music, performers, cooking demos, face painting, art projects, bounce houses, food and more. Plus, it's free! 

When: Sunday, August 21 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Where: 2200 Broadway, Redwood City

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Coming Up: Children's Classic Movie Festival at the Retrodome

How fun is this - a children's classic movie festival at the Retrodome in San Jose. Get one ticket for $7, or $30 for the whole series. It starts today (sorry for the late notice - I just got the email).

Tuesday 1:30pm
Wednesday 4pm
Friday 7pm
Sunday 11am

The Iron Giant
Tuesday 4pm
Friday 1:30pm
Saturday 11am
Sunday 7pm 

Dr. Dolittle
Tuesday 11am
Thursday 1:30pm
Saturday 7pm
Sunday 4pm

The Black Stallion
Wednesday 7pm
Thursday 4pm
Friday 11am
Saturday 1:30pm

The Muppet Movie
Tuesday 7pm
Wednesday 1:30pm
Thursday 11am
Saturday 4pm

The Love Bug
Wednesday 11am
Thursday 7pm
Friday 4pm
Sunday 1:30pm

Coming Up: River Otter Day at CuriOdyssey

It's science day!

This Thursday, CuriOdyssey (formerly Coyote Point) is hosting River Otter Day with lots of activities. Here's the schedule:

11 a.m. - otter themed animal program
noon - watch the otter feeding
3 p.m. - special otter enrichment program

You can also create cards for the otters (I didn't know they could read!) and enter a drawing to win an otter themed gift bag.

Cost: included with admission
Where: CuriOdyssey in San Mateo
When: Thrurdsay, August 18 - open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Monday, August 15, 2011

Coming Up: Animal Program at FC Library - free

 The Foster City library is hosting Wildlife Associates, where kids can see unusual and awe-inspiring animals (the library's phrase), while learning about their habitats. It's free, but not hands-on.

Where: Foster City Library children's room (1000 E. Hillsdale Blvd.)
When: Thursday, August 18 at 1:30
Cost: free
Who: kids 3+


Sunday, August 14, 2011

Coming Up: Starlab Sky Show - Hiller

Hiller Aviation Museum has a Starlab Sky Show in their planetarium, coming up on August 17 (and later dates shown below too). Kids will learn how to identify constellations, and learn how these constellations helped early explorers find their way. Show are at 10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. - each show is 30 minutes.

Wednesday, August 17th
Saturday, September 24th

Where: Hiller Aviation in San Carlos
Age: 5 and up (kids 3+ can attend the 10:30 show)
Cost: $5/person, $4/members plus museum admission. Get $1/off coupon here.

Saturday, August 13, 2011

Contest! Win tickets to California Academy of Sciences

It's almost school time. If you're looking for a fun day activity, the California Academy of Sciences is always around. I have a family pass to give away to one lucky Frisco Kids reader.

What's going on at the Academy right now?
-Snakes and Lizards - direct from the American Natural History Museum in New York. This exhibit runs through Labor Day, so you'll want to use your family pass soon to see it.

-Pocket penguin app - this is the cutest thing ever, and it's free!

-Academy Insider app - get yourself a free iPhone tour to use at the museum

How to win a free family pass:
Easy contest. To win:
1. Leave a comment on what your favorite exhibit is at the Academy, or the one you most want to see.
2. Get an extra entry for becoming a Frisco Kids Facebook friend. You must post again that you did this so I'll know you get an extra entry (if you're already a friend, do another entry saying that - no penalty).
3. Get an extra entry for signing up for Frisco Kids by email. You must post again that you did this so I'll know you get an extra entry (if you're already on the email list, do another entry saying that - no penalty).
4. I'll need your email address to let you know you won. Post it in your entry, or send it to me at blog at friscokids dot net, telling me which entry was yours.
5. I'll randomly pick a winner on August 16 after 5 p.m. Pacific time. I'll email you and you need to get back to me within 24 hours or I'll move on to the next on the list.

That's it!

Friday, August 12, 2011

Family-Friendly Dude Ranches

One of my online groups was talking about great family dude ranches, so I thought I'd include a list here of recommendations. Many dude ranches have spas, golf and other activities. Think about what you want in a vacation, and what will please everyone in your group when looking into them. Also look at the kids' programming - do they take the kids all day? Can the kids eat with the group, if you want to have a romantic dinner? Is the fee all-inclusive or a la carte?

Greenhorse Guest Ranch - This Quincy, CA ranch was recommended as a very friendly dude ranch experience, which included riding, campfires, BBQ dinners under the stars, Western dance lessons, fishing in a stocked trout pond, and comfortable accommodations.

Alisal - this Solvang, CA ranch was recommended, and is has a golf course as well. Several recommended it as a great place for multi-age families (or reunions) to go, since there's something for everyone.

Highland Ranch - this Northern California ranch offers boating, fishing, yoga, mountain biking, tennis and spa facilities. Lots of kids' activities too.

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Easy School Fundraiser - One Deal at a Time

Schools in California are always looking for additional revenue. Here's an easy way to make money, $3 at a time. Plum District, one of the deal sites I post about frequently, is starting a new initiative. They'll donate $3 to your school for each new member who signs up. But don't sign up just yet! To get your school on board, you'll need to contact Lisa Barnes via email.

And if you're wondering what other deal companies offer schools a deal, here are two more:
--Savvy Source offers 5% of your purchase amount to the preschool of your choice (as long as the school is registered)
--Screamin Daily Deals donates 10% of net proceeds to the school of your choice (presuming the school is signed up)

Coming Up: Blossom Family Fun Day - Free

This Saturday is the Blossom Family Fun Day - and Meet BABI Fair. There will be music performances by Andy Z, yoga with kids (teacher Linda), Reggae singer (teacher Craig), Music Together (teacher Tricia), and Music for Families. You can also learn about local pregnancy, birth and parenting professionals, businesses and organizations. There will be food, a raffle and other family activities. Here's the schedule and a list of activities and vendors.

When: Saturday, August 13 from 10-3
Where: Downtown Community Center - All Saints Church (555 Waverly St., Palo Alto - between University and Hamilton Ave).
Cost: Free

Coming Up: Sunday Streets - Free

Sunday Streets  is coming up on August 14! This one will be in the Civic Center - the Tenderloin route. Streets will be closed to auto traffic from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

They need volunteers. If you can spare 3 hours (no kids!) you get a t-shirt, lunch and other prizes. Sign up here.

Here are the remaining ones for 2011:
  • September 11: Western Addition route, including North of Panhandle, Alamo Square and Fillmore and Japantown neighborhoods;
  • October TBD; Mission route #2

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Coming Up: Tricycle Music Fest in San Francisco - free!

The second annual Tricycle Music Fest is coming to San Francisco, sponsored by the public library. All concerts are free and open to the public.

11:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Main Library (100 Larkin St.) Larkin Street Steps
Presented in Partnership with Sunday Streets Civic Center/Tenderloin
Featuring:  Frances England and Charity and the JAMband

Sunday, October 23
11:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Main Library (100 Larkin St.) Larkin Street Steps
Presented in Partnership with Sunday Streets Mission
Featuring:  *Lucky Diaz and the Family Jazz Band and The Time Outs

3 p.m.
Merced Branch Library
155 Winston Drive
Featuring:  The Monkeybutts

3 p.m.
Ortega Branch Library
3223 Ortega St.
Featuring: Rhythm Child

11 a.m.
Park Branch Library
1833 Page St.
Featuring:  The Sippy Cups –
Rudy Trubitt and Alison Faith Levy
11 a.m.
Main Library
100 Larkin St.
Featuring: *Lucky Diaz and The Family Jazz Band

3 p.m.
Presidio Branch Library
3150 Sacramento St.
Featuring:  The Hipwaders

3 p.m.
Bernal Heights Branch Library
500 Cortland Ave.
Featuring: *Lucky Diaz and The Family Jazz Band

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Coming Up: Make it at MOCFA

The Museum of Craft and Folk Art is hosting Bojagi art making project. Surrounded by inspiration from the museum’s current Bojagi exhibition: create your own wrapping cloth using fabric and paper to stitch, staple, glue, and fasten into one-of-a-kind artworks!

When: Saturday, August 12, 2011 from 2-4
Where: MOCFA (51 Yerba Buena Lane)
Cost: $5 for materials and admission

Monday, August 8, 2011

Coming Up: Jungle Joe puppet show - free!

As you get ready to head back to school, bring the kids to the mall for a free storytelling and puppet show with Jungle Joe. They'll help the kids create a magical book of a boy and his backpack. I'm sure it's better than I described it! If you join the (free) Hillsdale Shopping Center Kids' Club (ages 12 and under), you'll get a free backpack and more.

What: Back to school puppet show with Jungle Joe
When: Thursday, August 11 at 4 p.m.
Where: Hillsdale Shopping Center, San Mateo
Cost: FreeShow all

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Coming Up: Finding childcare in SF - free seminar

The MOMS Club of San Francisco will be featuring two speakers on finding babysitting and daycare options. Stephon Hamm from San Francisco Children's Council will discuss the city's resource for finding childcare in SF. Carrie Hillen from Town and Country Resources will talk about matching caregivers with families, and things to consider when hiring a caregiver.

When: Friday, August 5, from 10-noon
Where: Sports Basement (1590 Bryant St., SF) - Community room, 5th floor
Cost: Free
Kids are welcome to come

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Contest winners

If you're reading this blog post and you haven't been contacted by me, then unfortunately you did not win any of the great items in the Frisco Kids contest. The winners have all been contacted and responded, and prizes are on their way. I'll list the winners below. If anyone wants a card for a free 30 minute session at Play-Well in San Rafael or Pleasanton, email me at blog AT FriscoKids DOT net and I'll email it to you

But don't despair. I have some new contests coming up in September (or even sooner), including the opportunity to win tickets to the California Academy of Sciences, Lord of the Rings in concert, premiere tickets to Cirque du Soleil's Totem and another show which I'm working out details for right now.

Okay - the winners (in no particular order):
Kidlandia $50 credit - Sue
Totsy/LimeApple hoodie - Kathleen
Play-Well 4 hour pass - Adrienne
Plum District Deals $50 credit - Lydie
Cinemark movie ticket - Jill
Ross $50 gift card - Diane
Ringling Brothers tickets - Stephanie
TruKid personal care products - Marie
Wiggles tickets - Karen

Many thanks to our generous sponsors! And thanks for all the entries and nice comments from you.

Q&A - Math for Grownups by Laura Laing

Math was never my strong suit, though I did well enough to...become our family's chief financial officer. That sounds so impressive, right? Yeah, I pay the bills and balance the checkbook and do our yearly financial analysis (complete with pie chart!) and try to figure out where our money goes. That doesn't take a financial genius - even someone who took college calculus with extra help (with the football players) can do it. In fact, my husband, former math team captain and almost perfect math SAT score guy, is happy to cede the role to me.

I do know the role that math plays in adult life, and I'm constantly trying to stress this to my daughter, who did not inherit her father's math skills (poor kid). When I heard about Laura Laing's new book, Math For Grownups, I cracked up. I love the title, and I love that a teacher and freelance writer would come up with a book to help those of us who didn't ace our math class. So I asked Laura to do a Q&A with me. By they way, Laura does a great blog where she continues the math conversation, even interviewing regular folks who who use math in their everyday life. Check it out.

Q: Why did you write this book?

A: This is not the book expected to write!  I had another idea in mind -- a book for parents who don't understand their kids' basic math. Today, math is being taught differently than it was, and many parents feel like they can't help their kids with their homework.  I wasn't able to find a publisher for that book, but an editor at Adams Media suggested me as the writer for Math for Grownups

As soon as I started thinking about the book, I was hooked. I'm a former high school math teacher, and I'm absolutely fascinated with how people think about math and solve problems. For the most part, I don't like algorithms, or step-by-step processes for solving problems. Instead, I think it's far more useful for folks to tap into their own math strengths and intuitions. Of course that requires people to have some level of confidence in their math skills -- and fact is, most don't.  

So I approach this book knowing that my readers are probably scared of math and don't want to do it. The idea is to help them feel more confident in their problem-solving skills.

Monday, August 1, 2011

Q&A - Marilyn Wedge, Suffer the Children (book reading - San Carlos)

Today I'm bringing you a Q&A with author Marilyn Wedge, who will be doing a reading and discussion of her book, Suffer the Children: the Case Against Labeling and Medicating and an Effective Alternative. Details about the Thursday, August 4th event in San Carlos are at the bottom. Wedge is a family therapist who argues that the child's environment should be considered before any drug therapy is started.

Q: Why did you write this book?

A:  In the early 1990s, I began seeing more and more children coming to my office already diagnosed with psychiatric disorders and already taking psychotropic drugs. I saw this as an unnecessary and dangerous way of dealing with children's emotional and behavioral problems. I wrote the book because I wanted to provide parents with a safe and effective alternative for resolving their child's problems without the use of disrespectful labels or potentially toxic drugs.

Coming Up: Circus Adventure in Berkeley

This looks like a great show! "Musical clowns, agile acrobats, a gifted young aerialist, and a host of other circus artists tell the tale of KaiKu the Clown in the Bay Area Children’s Theatre production of CIRCUS ADVENTURE, opening Saturday, August 6, for a three-week run at Berkeley’s Freight & Salvage, 2020 Addison Street, Berkeley, CA. 

Created and directed by Cirque du Soleil artist Jeff Raz, CIRCUS ADVENTURE combines music, magic, artistry, and interactive fun with the audience, as KaiKu the Clown suddenly finds himself far from home, facing down an evil wizard, and meeting other challenges in his quest to return to his family."

Where: Freight & Salvage, Berkeley (2020 Addison Street)
When: August 6-21 (Saturday/Sunday) at 2 p.m.
Cost: $15/kids, $17/seniors, $20/adults
Tickets: Get them here. or call (510) 296-4433