Local Outings, Free with Your Library Card
March 25, 2011
It’s true — there were a few moments of sun today, but they didn’t last and the outlook for the weekend is likely going to impact outdoor youth sports. Again. So what are we supposed to do?
One of the nice things about Lafayette is its easy access to freeways and BART.
If you’re up for either a BART or car ride, consider taking advantage of the Library’s Discover & Go Program. Even though we’re nearing the end of the month, there are still many destinations who haven’t reached their limit on free passes — both for individuals and for families. There is a limited supply of each, though, so move quickly if you want them. Just pull out your library card and log-on at http://discover.ccclib.org, then follow directions to view by date. If tomorrow doesn’t work and you want to plan ahead, you can try to reserve by a specific venue. Just don’t expect to get Lindsay Wildlife. It’s too late in the month for that one!
Here’s what we saw available for Saturday, March 26:
Cartoon Art Museum San Francisco, CA (Family Pass)
The Contemporary Jewish Museum San Francisco, CA (Family Pass)
Museum of Craft and Folk Art San Francisco, CA (Family Pass)
Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) San Francisco, CA (Family Pass)
San Francisco Zoo San Francisco, CA (Family Pass)
Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum Vallejo, CA (Family Pass)
California Historical Society San Francisco, CA (Family Pass)
San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles San Jose, CA (General Pass)
The Beat Museum San Francisco, CA (General Pass)
The Marine Mammal Center Sausalito, CA (General Pass)
Zeum: San Francisco’s Children’s Museum San Francisco, CA (General Pass)
Charles M. Schulz Museum Santa Rosa, CA (Children’s Pass)
The Tech Museum San Jose, CA (Discount Pass)
Categorized in: Living in Lafayette CA
Written by Dana Green Team