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Soak Up the Summer Solstice in the East Bay
Seek out the summer solstice on Wednesday June 21 in Oakland. Soak in the daylight, salute the sun, play outside.
Summertime Reading Games Powered by the Libraries
Summer is for reading! Many area public libraries offer summer reading games, community events & many cool kid-sized prizes for reading.
Ticket Alert: Alameda County Fair June 16-July 9
The Alameda County Fair in Pleasanton is a traditional fair: carnival rides & games; quilts and pigs; and funnel cakes. This year June 16-July 9.
Oakland A’s Offer Free Admission for Kids
Kids aged 14 and younger are invited to the Oakland A’s Sunday home games for free. Root for your Green and Gold & stay after to run the bases.
East Bay Outdoor Summer Movie Round-Up
Outdoor movies are back this summer so grab a blanket & keep your kids up late. Here are a few fun places to watch movies after-dark!
LGBTQ+ Pride Month Activities for Families
We love family-friendly Pride celebrations and they’re back in full swing. Celebrations for LGBTQ families & allies alike.
Alameda’s Sand Castle & Sculpture Contest is June 10
Saturday, June 10 is the Alameda Sand Castle/Sculpture Contest at Crown Memorial Beach. Grab your shovels!
Clarke Swim Center: Swimming pool with inflatables in Walnut Creek Open June 5, 2023
We are big fans of driving through the tunnel to the public pools in various East Bay cities, due to warmer temperatures characteristic of the …
Where Do You Swim in the East Bay?
So many great places to swim in the East Bay: seasonal pools, water parks, private pools, beaches, lagoons, you name it!
Opening Memorial Day 2023: Spray Ground at Cannery Park in Hayward
The water feature at Cannery Park in Hayward is the big draw on hot days, operating weekends from Memorial Day through Labor Day.