It’s a new month and time for some fun and free activities to start September off right!
On Sept. 8, head to in Walnut Creek to make apple baskets the perfect harvest time craft. Then, on the 15th, your child can make a homework folder at Lakeshore Learning.
’s carpentry project for Sept. 8 is a child’s tool box. This month, you must visit here to register for the free workshop, offered at 10 am. It’s a fun solo project for the older child or a parent and child project for younger children.
Does your child love playing games? If so, he or she can build their own game at in Dublin or Livermore on Sept. 8. Your child can make a cool Chuck E. Cheese roller, similar to a skee ball game. Not only does your child get to build this, but you take it home and also get hours of play. You must pre-register for this class as well.
Also on Sept. 8, the in San Ramon hosts animals in the library. The Zoomobile will make a visit to the library from 1 p.m. to 1:45 p.m. Children can get up close to some of their favorite animals from the zoo.
Blackhawk Shopping Center hosts a free family event on Saturday, Sept. 8 from 10:30 a.m. to noon. Meet near the playground area for the festivities. Return to this beautiful shopping center on Friday, Sept. 14 for the last free summer concert of the season. Get your groove on with “The Department of Rock” performing at 7 pm.
On Monday, Sept. 11th, return to the Dougherty Station Library where your elementary aged child can read to a dog. What a great way to practice reading skills by reading a book aloud to a furry friend. Join some ARF dogs and read great books.
On Friday, Sept. 14, the hosts a family movie night featuring “The Land Before Time”. This awesome dinosaur tale starts at 6:00 and is finished in time for bedtime.
Do you know of some fun, free activies in the Tri-Valley? Let us know in the comments section.