Weekly dance class with an aerial spin for students 9-14
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The Oakland Aviation Museum, open Wednesday thru Sundays, is located near the Oakland airport, so although you won’t stand right next to a plane that’s taking off, you can both stand next to a plane — and look up in the sky to see what’s just taken off.
Lincoln Park is beautiful because of the awesome trees and the safe, inviting vibe. It’s a lovely place for Alameda’s East End families come together to play and be active.
There are so many places in Oakland, Berkeley, and nearby that will immerse your school-age child in Spanish, Mandarin, French, Hebrew, Arabic, and more!
The morning of Saturday March 17, runners, walkers, strollers, and children are welcome to join in the first Colusa Circle 5k.
Tahoe is a popular summer vacation spot among Bay Area locals. Make the trip with kids more manageable with these favorite roadside destinations.
The best candidates for the Fairyland Summer Sleepover are preschool-aged buddies and their parents willing to forgo a night of sleep for a memorable night.
Outdoor spots to take kids after — or during — a rainy day in the East Bay.
PNO is a drop-off kid party hosted in which children eat pizza, have dessert, and play with other kids of a similar age until way past their bedtimes.
Too young to see the Black Panther movie? No problem. We found some great movies, storytimes, dance performances, and a parade! We’ll be adding new kid-friendly Black History Month activities as we find them.