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There are so many features to explore at Codornices Park in Berkeley that my experience of it has changed completely as my kids have grown older. We find new parts to enjoy with every visit.
Borrow membership cards and visit Habitot or the Bay Area Discovery Museum.
Advance purchase of tickets for $10 each is required. On Sunday March 24, Moraga Commons Park offers an old-fashioned egg hunt, games, face painting, crafts, and bounce houses for children eight and under. Children are guaranteed to find both treats and toys at Moraga Commons, located at the corner of Moraga Road and St. Mary’s […]
What fun for a preschooler! First a public bus ride, then farm animals.
School closed for a staff development day? Rally your fellow school parents to coordinate an impropmtu mini-day camp with friends.
Classes range from Theatre Play and Glee Club type choir to puppetry and Shakespeare for grades 1-12
An update from Jennifer Subasic-Marks who facilitates new mom support groups in Oakland and Berkeley.
We are sponsoring the Buddy Club and Zappo the Magician show on Sunday, March 11. Join us and save $2 per ticket!
Here are four more East Bay camps that offer two different one-week sessions in April.
Here are three East Bay camps that offer two different one-week sessions in April.
As a service to other East Bay parents, I will run this series to help keep “Sign up for summer camp” on your to-do list.
Bay Area photographer Nancy Alcott creates beautiful, high-end images for the families who hire her.
What makes a wi-fi cafe that serves boutique-y coffee a special treat for one-on-one time with your child?
This kid-friendly event offers babies, toddlers and young children a day filled with kid’s entertainment: bounce houses, face painting, hands-on activities and all sorts of family-oriented stage entertainment