Must See, Must Do in the Tri-Valley

  • Fall & Halloween in the Tri-Valley PUMPKIN PATCHES, COMFORT FOOD & SPOOKY DRIVE THRUS Looking for fun, safe things to do in the Tri-Valley this Fall? Whether you’re a lover of all things pumpkin spice, looking for a family-friendly adventure, or you’re up for some virtual ghost hunting, we’ve got something for everyone in the […]

  • Markets, Fairs & Pop-Up Shops Happening this fall in the Tri-Valley With holiday season right around the corner, we’ve put together a list of outdoor markets, craft fairs and pop-up shops to help you shop small this fall. Support the makers, artists, farmers, and chefs who are responsible for crafting some of the Tri-Valley’s most […]

  • Restaurants Open for What better place to enjoy outdoor dining than the Tri-Valley.  We have compiled a list of those restaurants and eateries that are currently serving in their outdoor areas. Enjoy! Looking for pickup and go? See the full list HERE. TAKING SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Our community’s health and safety is our top  priority. Please […]

  • Supporting Black-Owned Businesses in the Tri-Valley The Tri-Valley celebrates diversity, cultural expression, and equality for all. If you’re looking for a way to stand in solidarity with our Black residents, visitors, businesses & non-profits, we encourage you to support our Black-owned restaurants and businesses. Browse our listing below of local small businesses or contact us to […]

  • Getting Outside Where to hike, bike & exercise IN THE TRi-VALLEY Last Updated: We are fortunate that open space and trails remain open for the time being. We’ve put together some of our favorite spots in the Tri-Valley to stretch your legs,  soak up the sun, and breathe some fresh air below.  SOCIAL DISTANCING TIPS […]

  • Support Local Businesses Tri-Valley To Go is a promotional campaign to help support our local restaurants, breweries and wineries throughout the shelter in place order. This page will act as a listing of open businesses throughout the Tri-Valley. Stay tuned on our Instagram page for daily updates, specials and discounts!  Business owners and managers can […]

  • Important Information Regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Last Updated On: In our continuing effort to be a reliable resource for visitors, residents, business owners, and our local non-profits, Visit Tri-Valley will be updating this page with important information.  Re-opening road maps for Contra Costa County and Alameda County.  Blueprint Activity and Business Tiers introduced August 31st can […]

  • Celebrating Chinese Culture in the Tri-Valley The Chinese community not only makes up a large part of the Tri-Valley’s current residents, but is deeply intertwined in the rich history and heritage of this region. Read below about how the Tri-Valley celebrates the past and present of Chinese culture. INTO CHINA BLACKHAWK MUSEUm’S NEWEST EXHIBIT After […]

  • Tri-Valley’s Super Bowl LIV Event Guide WHERE TO WATCH THE BIG GAME IN THE TRi-VALLEY The San Francisco 49ers will take on the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, February 2nd, but you don’t need to be in Miami to take part in Super Bowl LIV festivities. Check out our list of watch parties and celebrations going […]

  • SF Beer Week in the Tri-Valley SF Beer week is a 10-day celebration of the Bay Area’s craft beer scene. Over the past few decades, the Tri-Valley has become home to a growing community of breweries, taprooms and alehouses, many of which are joining in this year’s SF Beer Week festivities. From beer judging classes […]

  • Lunar New Year Celebrations in the Tri-Valley Ring in the Lunar New Year of the Rat with exciting live performances, delicious traditional bites, or the opening of a brand new ancient China exhibit at the Blackhawk Museum. Several celebrations featuring dancing lions, martial arts, Chinese cuisine, and Asian arts & crafts are happening throughout the […]

  • Livermore Valley 2020 San Francisco Wine Chronicle Results We are proud to announce that the Livermore Valley took home over 150 medals at the 2020 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition! With nearly 6,700 wines from over 1,000 wineries were entered into this year’s competition, this is a true testament to the hard work that our […]

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