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The Fairyland children’s book festival, Saturday, May 18, from 10 to 4, will bring together more than 30 Bay Area children’s authors and illustrators who will do read-alouds and demonstrations and talk about their craft with kids and parents.
A comprehensive list of session-based classes for ages 0-5, organized by category: Art, Music, Dance, Science, Play, Language and Culture…
This roundup of summer camps for two- to five-year olds on break from preschool or about to enter kindergarten might solve your summer woes.
Designed to expose new readers to comic books and their local independent comic book shops, Free Comic Book Day is the first Saturday in May.
East Bay studios with afterschool and weekend dance classes for kids.
Customize your own tour of the farms of Sonoma County with access to an interactive map and dozens of special activities scheduled for the weekend.
Golden State Warriors watch parties make it possible to enjoy a night out cheering with other DubNation fans of most ages.
Cal Day is a terrific opportunity to for the East Bay families to get a taste of the world class university in our backyard with FREE classes & games on campus.
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