Dance Your Way to a Fitter You at the Zumba Festival at Swiss Park

If you want to mix up your exercise routine, the Zumba Festival is a great place to do it. On Sunday, July 23rd, Swiss Park transforms into a sprawling outdoor fitness studio with some of the city's most knowledgeable Zumba enthusiasts leading the classes. Local instructors will teach the class for 90 minutes with the […]

Take in Exciting Exhibitions at the Computer History Museum

The impact of computers on our daily lives is undeniable. Everyone has a number of different devices, ranging from laptops and desktops to tablets and smartphones. At the Computer History Museum, the mission is to preserve the integrity and history of the computer world via exhibitions, interactive activities, special programs, and more, and the museum […]

Join in the Thingyan Myanmar New Year Water Festival

Perhaps you've never heard of the Thingyan festival before, but in Myanmar, it's a huge annual event. Myanmar residents celebrate the arrival of a new year through this festival with free-flowing water as its focal point. Water represents the continuous movement of time as well as the washing away of any missteps from the past […]

Nature Yoga: Take Part in a Free Yoga Class on Saturday, May 27th

Start your weekend on the right foot on Saturday, May 27th at the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge as it welcomes yoga fans for Nature Yoga, a free hour-and-a-half-long fitness class taking place right in the Refuge. The class will take place outdoors with prime views of the salt marsh. Yogis are […]

Give Back to Your Community at Lakeshore Park’s Clean Up Day

In anticipation of spring, Lakeshore Park welcomes volunteers for its annual Clean Up Day at the Lake. Returning this year on Saturday, May 20th, guests will help clean up the park using a variety of provided tools (although, volunteers who have their own rakes are encouraged to bring them). Guests will mulch, rake up leaves, […]

Learn About Local History at the Old Mission San Jose and Museum

More than 200 years ago, Father Fermin Francisco de Lasuen founded Mission San Jose in what would one day become Fremont. At the time, it was located along a natural highway stretching from the Livermore Valley to the San Joaquin Valley. Today, Father Fermin's legacy lives on at the Old Mission San Jose and Museum. […]

Ukulele Festival: Tropical Music Comes to the Mainland

True ukulele enthusiasts know that one of the best spots to meet other musicians like themselves is at Hayward's annual Ukulele Festival, billed as the "longest running ukulele festival on the mainland." Folks come from far and wide to join in the fun, from British Columbia to North Carolina to Hawaii. Come to the Chabot […]