Restaurant Week and Halloween at the Zoo: How to spend a weekend in the San Francisco Bay Area (October 21-23)

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Restaurant Week and Zoo Halloween: How to Spend a Weekend in the San Francisco Bay Area (21- October 23)

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What: Pumpkin picking at Westbrae Nursery

When: Friday-Sunday, October 21-23

Where: Westbrae Nursery, 1272 Gilman St, Berkeley, CA 94706

More details:Spend a relaxing fall day picking pumpkins and enjoying other local treasures. You will find a lot of pumpkins of different shapes and sizes. And when you choose yours, you can visit the local goods market and enjoy delicious autumn cocktails.

Price: Free


What: Restaurant Week

When: Friday-Sunday, October 21-23

< b>Where: Click here for a list of participating restaurants.

Learn more: San Francisco Fall Restaurant Week returns from October 21-30, 2022. Celebrate the flavors of San Francisco's unique and diverse neighborhoods with a special fixed price menu.

More than 180 participating restaurants will offer special menus from Friday, October 21 through Sunday, October 30: Brunch or Lunch – $10, $15, $25, $30 and Dinner – $30, $45, $65, $75.

< b>Price: From $10


What: Children's Fairyland for Halloween

Restaurant Week and Zoo Halloween: How to Spend a Weekend in the San Francisco Bay Area (21 -23 October)

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When: Friday-Sunday, October 21-23

Where : Children's Fairyland | 699 Bellevue Ave, Oakland, CA

More: This six-day event is fun and more weird than creepy. It is filled with autumn fun and outdoor activities.

Enjoy seasonal surprises like decorated scenery and rides, spooky treasure hunts, art stations where you can make your own bat costume. Walk through the ghost town and end the day with the Monster Mash parade. ‚ÄčIn addition, all children receive a special Halloween gift bag.

Price: $18


What: Halloween Fair

When: Friday, October 21, from 17:00

Where: Ocean View Brew Works, 627 San Pablo Ave, Albany, CA 94706

More:It will be a wonderful evening from wonderful craftsmen and sellers. A variety of delicacies await you, including paninis, salads, hot dogs, as well as homemade beer, wine, cider, hot chocolate and mixed sodas. You can buy a lot of interesting things, including jewelry, ceramics, candles and much more.

Price: Free


< p>What: Kalush Orchestra Concert

When: Friday, October 21, from 20:00

Where: City Nights, 715 Harrison St, San Francisco, CA 94107

More:The Ukrainian group Kalush Orchestra is known to almost everyone. The team, together with their hit Stefania, became the winner of Eurovision 2022, receiving 439 points from the audience and 192 points from the jury (total 631). During the performance, the group members called for help to Mariupol and the people at Azovstal. The organizers of Eurovision 2022 perceived this act not as a political, but as a humanitarian call, therefore they did not disqualify the team.

Now the Kalush Orchestra has reached the USA. They will perform not only known to everyone, but also new songs that are just beginning to conquer our hearts.

Price: From $65


What: Halloween at the Zoo

Restaurant Week and Halloween at the Zoo: How to spend a weekend in the San Francisco Bay Area (October 21-23)

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When: Saturday-Sunday, October 22-23

Where: Oakland Zoo, 9777 Golf Links Rd, Oakland , CA

Read more: We encourage all ghosts, goblins and witches to join Boo at the Zoo at the Oakland Zoo. Follow the clues in the treasure hunt to get animal cards all over the zoo. Don't forget to dress up in costume and tag the Oakland Zoo on social media to enter the Halloween costume contest.

Price: $24


What: Photo exhibition of Ukrainian libraries

When: Saturday, October 22, from 13:00

Where:San Francisco Main Public Library | 100 Larkin St, San Francisco, CA 94102

Read More:Robert Dawson and Ellen Manchester will show photos and talk about their experience photographing Ukrainian libraries in the capital city of Kyiv and in the city of Dnipro in 2016. At that time, this city was only three hours away from the front line with the Russians in the Donbas region. Both cities were recently attacked by Russian missiles. But libraries in both cities remain open and run important programs such as Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons and continue to help Ukrainians.

Price: Free


Dear readers! Please note that due to the coronavirus epidemic, some events may be canceled or rescheduled to other dates. Therefore, before visiting, we recommend checking the information on the organizers' websites.

But we have collected many interesting online events for you:

  • we offer you to go on one of 11 virtual tours of New York
  • if you have long wanted to visit the best museums and theaters, now do it without leaving your home – just follow this link
  • < li>Get free access to online courses from US universities here

  • Read this post on how to make the most of your weeks at home during quarantine
  • Here – 50 free courses on a variety of topics
  • by clicking on this link, visit the most famous castles in Europe
  • we have collected dozens of free resources for not boring self-isolation here

In addition, interesting Look for events for each day of the week in our calendar. Come, learn, share with friends. Before visiting, check the organizers' websites for details and venues, as they may change.

Keep us updated on what's happening in your city. Send information about events for the Russian-speaking diaspora to