Bay Area Weekend Fun | 8 Holiday Events

This week’s round-up of fun Bay Area Events (HERE) includes a variety of festive things to get out and do, from Christmas in the Park in downtown San Jose to the Teddy Bear Tea in the festively decorated Terrace Room at The Ritz-Carlton SF. And if you love a good Pop-Up shop, today (12/6), marks the opening of the SF Etsy’s Winter Pop Up Shopwhich is scheduled to run thru December 22nd. Featuring goods from the SF Etsy Team and tenants of Makers Workspace, you’ll find products from 50+ local artists including jewelry, home goods, art prints, t-shirts, candles, bath and body, and so much more.

2019 Christmas in the Park | San Jose

Have you always wanted to experience the holidays in Europe? Mark your calendar, the German International School of Silicon Valley’s German Holiday Market (Weihnachtsmarkt) will take place in Mountain View on Saturday, December 14, 2019. Read more (HERE).

Other fun holiday events include Kepler’s Annual Holiday Party in Menlo Park, SantaCon San Francisco, and free holiday family portraits at the Santa Clara City Library.

For the complete list of what’s happening locally his weekend visit,

The Bay Area This Week |8 Fun Holiday Events (HERE).

Read more at | HERE

Planning a trip to the City? Be sure to check out our list of 12 Fun Things to Do in San Francisco This Holiday Season |(HERE).

Holiday Fun Guide SF at | HERE

Note: Before heading to any event, it’s always best to check the individual event website to confirm details or changes.

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