There are a number of fun things to do in the Bay Area this weekend, but there are a few standouts. Kids of all ages will be thrilled and fascinated, while adults will be equally entertained.
Dates: Jan 9-10, 16-17
More Info: http://www.harlemglobetrotters.com/tickets
This event is fun for the whole family. The Harlem Globetrotters are truly show-stoppers. There fun and dynamic performance puts a regular ball game to shame. It is also affordable and should be convenient for most of us. The Globetrotters are performing in both Oakland and San Jose. Tickets starting around $30.
Cirque du Soleil: Kurios
Dates: Jan 9
More Info: StubHub Tickets
The famous Cirque du Soleil is in San Franc this weekend to show-off their Kurios production. It’s great for the whole family, absolutely fascinating for both kids and adults.
Animals, Seasons and Other Musical Fantasies – Musical Journeys with Frank Levy
Dates: Jan 11
Oshman Family JCC invites children and families to enjoy “Musical Journeys with Frank Levy: Animals, Seasons and Other Musical Fantasies.” This musical afternoon invites young listeners to join in for an extraordinary fantasia with music inspired by animals, stars, the moon, and other whimsical elements, as Levy leads an adventure put to music by Ibert, Copland, Tchaikovsky, Debussy, Beethoven, and Rimsky-Korsakov.
Downtown Ice – San Jose
Dates: Jan 11
More Info: Downtown Ice
This is the last weekend for ice skating in downtown San Jose, so don’t miss out.
11th Annual Holiday LEGO Show
Dates: December 12, 2014 – January 18, 2015
Still in the Holiday season? Good, because so is Lego. Visit the Museum of American Heritage this weekend the 11th annual “Living LEGO-cy,” the Bay Area LEGO Users Group’s holiday LEGO show, featuring a wide variety of LEGO creations and trains. This event is suitable for children of all ages.
Be advised: no strollers inside the show, please. Avoid the line by coming early on Fridays! There is street parking, or you can take Caltrain to Palo Alto. From the station, walk northeast up University Ave. into Downtown Palo Alto for four blocks, then turn right for three blocks to Homer. And the event is only $3, but cash only.