Oaktoberfest: Oaklandâ€™s Dimond District joins the Oktoberfest festivities with its own Oak-town version (pictured), featuring German sausages, strudel and a childrenâ€™s root biergarten, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Oct. 9; www.oaktoberfest.org.
Andean tunes: You could sleep in on weekends, but then youâ€™d miss the fun at Berkeleyâ€™s La PeĂ±a. Its family-friendly concert series, designed for kids ages 2-6, runs every Saturday morning from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. The Oct. 9 show features Lydia Mills, director of Los Mapaches, an Andean youth ensemble, performing Latin American singing games. Tickets $4-$5.Â www.lapena.org.
All that Jazz: Oaklandâ€™s family-friendly Sunday in the Redwoods series comes to an end this weekend with a 2 p.m. jazz show featuring Ray McCoy, Stabe Wilson and George Duke at the Woodminster Amphitheater. Tickets $5; www.sundaysintheredwoods.com.
Wall-E & More: The Oakland Museum of Californiaâ€™s coolest new exhibit traces a quarter-century of Pixar animation, from Woody and Buzz to the robots of Wall-E. Now through Jan. 9. Tickets: $6-$12, kids under 9 are free; http://museumca.org.
Oom-pah: Catch more Oktoberfest fun at Alameda’s Speisekammer restaurant from 1 to 6 p.m. Oct. 10. The outdoor festivities include grilled sausages and other Bavarian fare, performances by the Golden Gate Bavarian Dance Club and a children’s play area. 2424 Lincoln Ave., Alameda; www.speisekammer.com.