Spring and summer are the peak seasons on our website - and for good reason! Most people are excited to be out and about and are looking for things to do, places to go to, events to attend, and activities to check out.
So what to do, where to go, what to check out in the Brentwood area?
First off, get out there and enjoy the sun. Warmer weather is finally upon us (at least on most days) so it's time to get out there and enjoy the sun. We've written so much about how wonderful it is to live in an area with over 50 nice, newer, cleaner parks, but this year we are challenging ourselves to feature 2 different parks every month! If you would like to help us with this challenge, we are taking some volunteers! Please connect with us on Facebook or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This year, the Brentwood Farmers Market will run every Saturday morning from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon from March 31 to November 17, 2012. It will be located in Downtown Brentwood on First Street between Chestnut and Oak, and extending all the way to the parking lot parallel to Chestnut. For more information, check out this page.
Events, events, and more events to choose from. Choose them all!
Spring marks the start of events & festivals so be sure to always check out our events calendar as new events are added and some are updated regularly. The Spring Season also includes Easter Sunday and Mothers' Day, and all the events that are themed after these two holidays. Here's what we have information on so far for March, April, and May 2012 events.
Spring Break for many of our kids in the area is coming up!
If you haven't yet, it's time to plan out how to fill their time with fun and useful activities. Check out the Brentwood Parks and Recreation Winter/Spring Activities Guide. The Summer Guide will come out in May and we'll post it here as well for your convenience. Also, check out the Bricks4Kidz March calendar for their spring break programs here.
Cherry-picking time is just around the corner! And it's not just cherries, we have strawberries, peaches, nectarines, and other fruits and vegetables available for U-Pick. We, at Everything Brentwood, are hoping to check out and feature some of the farms this year as the season starts, so stay tuned.
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