Do you have all the best ideas for fun places to go near where you live? Are your friends always asking you what’s going on? We want to step our “reader tips” up a notch and identify leaders in different neighborhoods to be our eyes on the ground (kinda like a room parent). Does that […]
El Cerrito dad Tom Limbert, co-founder of Studio Grow, has written a book titled Dad’s Playbook: Wisdom for Fathers from the Greatest Coaches of All Time, and if you order it from Amazon today, you’ll have it in time for Father’s Day. With a foreword by Steve Young and photos of famous coaches in action, […]
Goldstar, a discount tickets website, is offering a 4-pack of AMC movie theater tickets for $30. (To access the deal, you have to sign up for Goldstar emails — free of course — which promote Bay Area theatre and other live performances, usually for a deep discount.) I’m wondering if sharing this deal with parents […]
Where are your favorite places for East Bay family fun? Tell us!
Hope you find some good reasons to get out of your jammies and have fun this weekend!
San Leandro’s local community theatre, Curtain Call Performing Arts (CCPA), is offering a showing of the Charles Dickens Classic, “A Christmas Carol, The Musical’ at the new San Leandro Arts Education Center this weekend, December 22- December 24.
We had a terrific time at Sticky Art Lab last week and look forward to many more Mom’s Nights Out in 2012!
Here are some ways to spend a few hours of family fun besides eating this weekend.
For participating parents, complimentary games and activities for kids aged 5 to 12 will be provided by Playworks Program Coordinators/”Coaches”.
Loved Twice was started by a local mom trying to help in the wake of Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Support them in gaining funding.
Presented by the East Bay Children’s Theatre, Beauty and the Beasty will be performed at Oakland’s Kaiser Center Lakeside Theater on Saturday, March 19. Discount link available.
What to do and see with the family during this holiday weekend.
Like a canned food drive, a diaper drive involves a simple collection bin and a lot of emailing, posting signs, and asking for contributions.