Each year from mid-October to mid-February the Monarch butterfly migrate to the central and northern California coast. One of the things that make the migration special is that the butterflies return to the same locations year after year and that the general public can easily see them.
Pesky milkweeds have drawn the wrath of many a garden hoe. Now, there’s a movement in Oakland and across the nation not only to keep them alive, but plant even more, because Monarch butterflies depend on them.
Feeding sea lions, tarot readings, and butterflies top this week’s 15 things to do, mostly free!
Take your pick of some favorites for getting out and about with your family all over the Bay Area.