Each year a line-up of impressive storytellers take the stage in front of Bay Area families, who gather with their listening ears on.
Volunteering with kids doesn’t have to be hard. Plant a tree, donate diapers, make a super hero cape, pick up litter, collect books, cut your hair…
Niles Canyon Train of Lights is a wonderful holiday adventure right here in the East Bay. Tickets sell 9/16/17 for the season.
Here are some tips to help kids enjoy Cal football games and surrounding festivities, so you can make it through the whole game whine-free
Blake Garden garden is a teaching and research lab for Cal but it is open to the public on weekdays. Expect interesting paths with beautiful views.
Join us 10/6 to play in the pumpkin patch with a gorgeous photo to remember it by. Pumpkins, petting zoo, photograph, and snacks!
A winter birthday means that it just might rain on your parade. Plan for an indoor party and stop worrying about the weather.
Here are a few resources whose email lists you might want to get on so that you can arrange childcare now for fall school holidays.
The Healthy Kids Running Series is a five-week running program in the spring and fall for kids from Pre-K to 8th grade. All for $35
When my kid was one, the best way to get him out of the house was to talk about the choo choos we would see: real train, BART train, train table, all good!
Coming to Oakland on 9/23 – 9/24, the Hong-Kong Northern California International Dragon Boat Festival is all kinds of exciting.
A helpful list of outings that don’t require advanced planning, for East Bay kids and parents.
East Bay private schools including Oakland, Berkeley, El Cerrito with a schedule of tours and admission events for prospective families.
Apple-picking keeps getting trickier. Here are a few U-pick options and Bay Area apple orchards that’ll do the work for you. Always, call first!
Tour Krispy Kreme Doughnuts with a kid for a sweet factory experience (that is much easier than a real factory experience).