Here’s what’s up this weekend for Bay Area families:
1. Got a comic book fan at home? How about a film buff? This weekend San Franciscoâ€™s Moscone Center hosts WonderCon, Northern Californiaâ€™s biggest comics confab, and the San Francisco International Childrenâ€™s Film Festival. Among the films, “Adina’s Deck,” a movie about cyberbullying tweens (pictured above). ($6-$12 for a one-day pass to both)
2. Meet race car driver Jody Brenner at the new â€śSpeedâ€ť exhibit at Berkeleyâ€™s Lawrence Hall of Science this Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. Check out his Mazda RX7, modified for racing, make your own race car, and compete in a pit stop race.
3. The Grateful Dads hit the trail this weekend with tots in tow at Newarkâ€™s Coyote Hills Regional Park. Rendezvous at 9 a.m. Saturday. (Free)
4. An open house at Oaklandâ€™s Monart art studio offers cool stuff to look at, refreshments and free art classes, including sessions for younger kids, and one just for teens and adults. Sunday, 1-5 p.m. Free but rsvp.
5. Or sit back and enjoy the whimsical penguin fave â€śHappy Feetâ€ť at Livermoreâ€™s â€śMovies in the Gymâ€ť on Friday night. ($1 admission).