If you’re looking for something else to do this weekend, swing by China Camp tomorrow — by car or by boat — for their annual Heritage Day Celebration. The party starts around 11:30 with the arrival of Grace Quan, the replica of a traditional Chinese shrimp junk built at China Camp a few years ago, and continues with live music, lion and Chinese folk dancing, Tai Chi demonstrations, tours of the park, and kids activities. For more info, call (415) 456-0766.
Once you’re done there, head on up to Petaluma to check out “the most historically correct Columbus replica ever built," the Niña. The floating museum will be docked in the Turning Basin until August 27 and the public are welcome to take self-guided tours every day of her stay, from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Adults can board for just $5, seniors $4, and kids 5 and older $3 (younger kids are free).