Join the KFOX Crew this Friday at Pick-n-Pull in San Jose from 1p-3p for music and prizes in celebration of Pick-n-Pull’s BIG Half Price 50% OFF SALE goin on Labor Day Weekend. 50% OFF any part you pull from the yard this Friday - Monday, Enter to win a $500 GAS gift card – no purchase necessary. Starts Friday September 4th and ends Monday September 7th.
Pick-n-Pull is located at 1065 Commercial Street in San Jose
Thursday, September 3rd | Municipal Stadium, San Jose
Watch your San Jose Giants take on the Modesto Nuts at home on Thursday, September 3rd at 7pm. The San Jose Giants 2015 season will feature Thirsty Thursdays at Municipal Stadium. Fans over the age of 21 will be able to enjoy $2.00 twelve ounce domestic beers at San Jose Giants Thursday evening home games. If the Beer Batter strikes out on a Thirsty Thursday there will be $1 beers for 15 minutes. Fans looking to secure a seat to every Thirsty Thursday should click here to purchase a Thirsty Thursday ticket package.
Presented by the Millbrae Chamber of Commerce, the festival is the “Last Blast of Summer” with two days of sensational live music, gorgeous handcrafted work by 250 of America’s top artists and craftmakers, fabulous food and drink, a microbrew tasting tent, the “Classically Cool Car Show”, an organic and green products showcase, artisan specialty foods, home and garden exhibits, health and wellness displays, and tons of fun for kids. The festival takes place on Broadway (1 block west of El Camino Real) between Victoria and Meadow Glen. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days. Admission is free.
Fri, September 11th - Sun, September 13th | Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, Monterey
It’s a weekend of high-speed season finales and championship deciders as the Pirelli World Challenge and the Mazda Road to Indy conclude a year of racing at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in Monterey, September 11th through the 13th. North America’s premier touring cars and tomorrow’s Indy Car stars tackle the daunting “Corkscrew.” All tickets include entry to the garage area and grandstands, autograph sessions, pre-race grid walk. On-site free parking. Children 12 and under free.
The San Jose Sharks will welcome fans back to Sharks Territory with the second annual Sharks Fan Fest on Saturday, Sept. 12 from 12 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at SAP Center with proceeds to benefit the Sharks Foundation. Fan Fest will feature multiple Sharks players and coaches in attendance and several exciting activities, including the chance to see the Sharks rookies take on the Anaheim Ducks rookies in a game at SAP Center at 5 p.m. Other activities include the opportunity to take photos on the ice with the Shark Head, Sharks alumni appearances, moderated sessions with Sharks players and alumni on the main and social media stages, and much more.
Saturday, September 12th & Sunday, September 13th | Pittsburg Marina
The 31st annual Pittsburg Seafood Festival is back. Come down to the Pittsburg Marina September 12th and 13th where dozens of restaurants will serve their special seafood dishes. Enjoy nonstop entertainment, arts and crafts, kid’s play-land, three live entertainment stages, a wine pavilion, a beer pavilion featuring NFL football games, jet ski races, bath tub races, kite boarding demos, paddle boarding lessons, big air splash dogs shows, a Margaritaville featuring Latin rhythms and dancing horse shows and so much more! There is plenty of nearby parking or take the free shuttle from Pittsburg BART. For details go to www.PittsburgSeafoodandMusicFestival.com or call 925-432-7301. Hosted by the Pittsburg Chamber of Commerce. Sponsored by PG&E.
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Discover nature’s secret language in Color of Life, a major new exhibit at the California Academy of Sciences. Immerse yourself in a symphony of color and view the world through the eyes of an animal, visualizing how color communicates, attracts, and camouflages in the natural world. Get tickets at www.calacademy.org
Sat-Sun September 12-13th | Castro Street, Mountain View Widely considered one of America's top art festivals, huge throngs of art lovers are expected to pour onto Castro Street in Silicon Valley's epicenter for this “Cultural Community Celebration” presented by the Chamber of Commerce Mountain View. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days. Admission is free.
Fri - Sun October 2nd - 4th | Alameda County Fairgrounds, Pleasanton
Turn your house into the home of your dreams. Come to the 29th annual Fall Home & Garden show at the Alameda County Fairgrounds. This is the largest home & garden show in the tri-valley. Get lots of ideas at hundreds of exhibits featuring custom kitchens & baths, doors & windows, heating & air, sunrooms & floors, pools & spas, Landscaping displays and more!!!. Whether building, remodeling or simply redecorating, the Home & Garden show is the place to be. Show prices are the best prices – Come shop, compare and save!
Friday, October 2nd-Sunday, October 4th | Field of Dreams, Sonoma
Tickets on-sale Friday, March 20 at 10am !
Bruce Cohn and B.R. Cohn Charity Events are proud to announce the 2015 Sonoma Music Festival, October 2-4 held at the Field of Dreams near downtown Sonoma. Appearing as the successor to Bruce's fabled 28-year winery fall festival, this exciting year features Chicago and America on Friday evening October 2, doors at 4pm; Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band with Pablo Cruise on Saturday afternoon and evening October 3, doors at 4pm; and the Doobie Brothers with Michael McDonald, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Gregg Allman, the Edgar Winter Band and Tommy Castro Band Sunday afternoon October 4, doors at 11am. The new Field of Dreams location not only puts the concert goer two blocks from Sonoma's Plaza, it allows the festival the opportunity to grow and generate more proceeds for charity. Plus great sight lines and video projection screens so you won't miss any of the action. The 2015 Sonoma Music Festival benefits National & Local Veteran Groups including Fisher House, American Legion Post 489, Bread & Roses, Redwood Empire Food Bank & Others. For more info, click here!
Sat-Sun, October 17-18th | Main Street, Half Moon Bay It's the perfect time of year and the perfect place to celebrate the beauty and bounty of the fall season and Half Moon Bay does it like nobody else. The world-famous Half Moon Bay Art & Pumpkin Festival is the season’s signature event, drawing hordes of visitors to the “World Pumpkin Capital” for an epic festival on historic Main Street. This year’s 45th annual festival will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free.
Open every Friday (except July 3rd) from May 1st through November 20th
The cozy outdoor market takes place each Friday, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. along a charming block of San Pedro Street between Santa Clara and St. John streets. The market features fresh produce from more than 30 California-based growers, plus a handful of multi-ethnic ready-made lunch vendors and over a dozen local Artisans selling their wares. Find out about frequent shopper discounts and ongoing activities at the market, like Chefs sampling seasonal produce and San Jose Library CRAFTER-Noons at sjdowntown.com.
Friday, April 3rd-Sunday, November 29th 2015| California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco
This spring, get ready to explore a whale of an exhibit! Dive deep below the ocean’s surface and explore the fascinating biology of some of the Earth’s largest and most elusive creatures. Marvel at enormous sperm whale skeletons, crawl through a life-sized replica of a blue whale heart, and learn how scientists are working to study and sustain whale populations around the world and in our own backyard. Discover the cultural traditions surrounding whales and get a rare glimpse at ancient whale artifacts from the MńĀori people of New Zealand. Developed and presented by the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa.