If you like jazz, flashy new cars, Russian culture, the Irish tradition of St. Paddy’s, or supporting good causes, this month’s events won’t disappoint— especially when the convenient, relaxing Capitol Corridor can get you there!
While February may be the shortest month of the year, there’s definitely no shortage of exciting things to do! From ringing in the Lunar New Year in San Francisco and San Jose, to celebrating the Native American Two-Spirit tradition and the Oakland Black experience, opportunities to partake in vibrant cultural expressions are not to be missed. You also have the chance to meet your favorite Giants player or stroll along the historic Main Street in Martinez while sipping fine wine and tasting delicious chocolates. Whatever you choose, there is a lot to look forward to along the Capitol Corridor!
More February Picks: SF Native American Two-Spirit Powwow, San Jose Lunar New Year Celebration, SF Giants FanFest, Martinez Wine & Chocolate Stroll, SF Chinese New Year Parade, and Oakland Black Joy Parade
Ring in the New Year all month long with exciting events along the Capitol Corridor! Pamper your palate at not one, but two, renowned East Bay Restaurant Weeks; celebrate the joyous Latino tradition of Three Kings Day in San Jose; bring your kids and enjoy coffee at a signature car aficionado event in Martinez; relive the fascinating history of the American Civil War at San Francisco’s Fort Point; and meet and greet your favorite baseball players in Oakland.
Get in the spirit of the season with a month full of festive events along the Capitol Corridor! Step into Victorian London at the Dickens Fair in San Francisco; meet and greet Santa and the Snow Queen in Berkeley; experience a classic holiday theatrical production in Old Sacramento; pick out your favorite holiday costume and craft brew crawl in downtown Martinez; and shop till you drop at craft fairs in Berkeley and San Jose! There is so much fun to be had at a variety of holiday events all month long.
More December Picks: San Francisco Dickens Fair, Snow Day in Berkeley’s Gourmet Ghetto, Berkeley Holiday Street Fair, Martinez Santa Beer Crawl, Sacramento Theatre of Lights, and San Jose Craft Holiday Fair!
During the month of November, the annual celebration of souls past is very much alive at various Día de Los Muertos events. Prepare for plenty more festivities at the start of the holiday season in Northern California, including a three-day bookworms’ paradise in Fort Mason; a rare inside look at Suisun City’s wildlife rescue center; a baseball stadium’s take on the sport of golf (that really hits it out of the park!); and an extra-special holiday shopping extravaganza in San Jose. Whatever you decide to do during the month of Thanksgiving, there’s always something to be thankful for and get excited about along the Capitol Corridor!