1. Getting high in the Redwoods – Zipline through the Redwoods. The two hour all-inclusive guided tour includes six zip lines up to 440 feet long and two sky bridges at heights of up to 150 feet near Santa Cruz with Redwood Canopy Tours.Whee! Mount Hermon Tours Santa Cruz
2. California Academy of Sciences The third Wednesday is Free Admission Day at Golden Gate Park’s new Jewel in the Crown -Cal Academy- open from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm. Check out the planetarium, aquarium, rainforest, roof garden and natural history museum. Always hook up a docent; their vast knowledge make the experience come alive. See if you can find the Warhols. Multiple venues for lunch or dinner blocks away at 9th and Irving Streets.
3. Laugh in and Check out: Mill Valley’s Tuesday is Comedy Night at the Throckmorton hosted by Mark Pitta and Friends. Pitta, a local legend, comedian, and classic boy-next-door-cute guy, hosts an evening of comedy. Go up the street for a drink at Vasco – home of Marin’s most handsome and amiable bartenders. Tell a friend.
4. Go Wine Tasting in Berkeley – Moo? Twenty wineries dot the landscape of the East Bay including Oakland, Emeryville, and Alameda. Think of it as a new wine country.
Secret Dinner Parties in San Francisco –Forage
In addition to culling hillsides for fresh produce, Forage has an alluring, by invitation only, clandestine dinner party, too. There are special dinners, in secret locations with perfectly amazing menus. Sign up in advance and on the actual day of the event – hours before- you are given a secret address to the Forage dinner party. Check it out and check your carbon footprint at the door.
Broaden your horizons; walk on the beach, share a picnic, volunteer at One Brick and explore the myriad unique events happening in the San Francisco Bay area daily. Have fun.
“Variety’s the very spice of life, that gives it all its flavor” William Cower
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