If you don't care whether the San Francisco 49ers or Baltimore Ravens win the Super Bowl on Sunday, the East Bay offers plenty to do that afternoon that has nothing to do with football.
If you're planning a non-sports outing or know of such events, let us and your fellow Patch readers know about them in the comments section.
Here are few suggestions:
- Get to know the neighbors! There's a neighborhood meet & greet at 600 Susana St., Martinez, with neighborhood police Officer Rodney Brisner at 2 p.m.
- Meet and greet the artist b JAXON showing his Jazz Collection Series at the Agave Restaurant and Grill, Concord, at 5 p.m.
- Register for Sugi Yoga training (the training starts Saturday, March 2) at the Windbell Wellness Center, Pleasant Hill.
- 'Old Wicked Songs' is a play about a piano prodigy showing at 2:30 p.m. at the Lesher Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek.
- The Lawrence Hall of Science in Berkeley is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. that day. One of their ongoing exhibits now is Science on a Sphere, which features an animated globe where you can watch hurricanes form and tsunamis roar.
- If ghosts are more your thing, there is a paranormal conference being held all day Saturday and Sunday. The highlight of the Grey Ghost Paracon is an investigation of the supposedly haunted U.S.S. Hornet docked in Alameda.