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Must See, Must Do in the Tri-Valley

  • Become a Winemaker for a day at this Livermore Valley Winery, nestled in the Tri-Valley just 35 miles east of San Francisco. Learn about different varietals and taste-test until your blend is just right. Cork it, seal it, and take it home for a special occasion!

  • Haunted houses, creepy corn mazes and boozy beer crawls – it’s finally Halloween in the Tri-Valley! We’ve round up family-fun festivities along with spine-tingling spooks happening this Halloween in our area. Check out what tricks and treats the Tri-Valley has in store for you this year.

  • Explore the Tri-Valley during fall and you’ll be met with farm-fresh apple tasting, leisurely art walks through our charming downtowns, and a corn maze you may or may not find your way out of. For all of those out there whose favorite season is Autumn, we’ve got the best of the Tri-Valley’s fall-centric events listed here.

  • With all kinds of recreational activities, miles of interconnected trails, and plenty of sweet pitstops along the way, the Tri-Valley is a haven for outdoors-lovers, adventurers and active travelers. Check out the 7 best views that you won’t want to miss right here in the Tri-Valley.

  • With all kinds of recreational activities, miles of interconnected trails, and plenty of sweet pitstops along the way, the Tri-Valley is a haven for outdoors-lovers, adventurers and active travelers. Check out the 7 best views that you won’t want to miss right here in the Tri-Valley.

  • Check out our favorite summertime activities in the Tri-Valley including trips to Lake Del Valle, Mt. Diablo State Park, Wente Concerts & more!

  • The Alameda County Fair is the 7th largest fair in California and has been ranked in the Top 50 Fairs of Northern America. This popular fair is only in town for a few weeks out of the year, but in that short time there’s a ton of fun to be had! Make your bets on the […]

  • Free Parks Fridays To celebrate 85 years of preserving and protecting open space in Alameda and Contra Costa counties, providing access to regional parks, shorelines, and trails for hiking, biking, swimming, horseback riding, boating, fishing, picnicking, camping and nature discovery, the East Bay Regional Parks District giving us another reason to look forward to Fridays. […]

  • By: Sarah Schultz It may be just the beginning of summer, but school’s in session in the Tri-Valley. A wide range of classes are cropping up throughout the region, and they are just as cool as they are quirky. (Much cooler than freshman year algebra, we promise.) Photo Credit: Gerardz Honey Bees The Bee’s Knees […]

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