This summer’s lineup of craft fairs in the Bay Area stretches from Sausalito to Treasure Island, into the city and south to Palo Alto.
The North Bay has some of the most picturesque spots in the Bay Area to enjoy a meal al fresco. Pack a picnic lunch, grab a bottle of wine and hit the road to check out one of these North Bay picnic spots.
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom provides one of the best family experiences in the Bay Area and is less than 35 miles from either San Francisco or Oakland.
Introduce your child to the magic of reading with a book from one of these North Bay bookstores.
The great thing about summer sundresses is that no matter what style you choose, they’re just as much fun to shop for as they are to wear, especially at these independent fashion boutiques.
Dog owners love a good walk with their dogs, and finding North Bay walking and hiking trails that welcome leashed pets makes planning a hike or a spur-of-the-moment stroll a whole lot more pleasant.
Spring is one of the best times of the year to visit the North Bay and some attractions offer free group or self-guided tours.
CBS San Francisco asked a North Bay expert to provide readers with useful, do-it-yourself tips for distressing a pair of jeans. Here is what Elizabeth, who works at Dharma Trading Company of Petaluma, had to say.
Start the day off on the right foot with some of the best breakfast sandwiches in the North Bay.
If the kids are eager for new ways to work off their creative energy, lead them to pottery painting, one of the coolest art activities around. Even if they’ve indulged before, they can show you a thing or two on how to do it right at these top pottery painting spots in the North Bay.