The Kids Zone at the Oakland Running Festival promises to be a fun, active morning. Running optional.
Need a weekly class that lets you have as much fun as your babe is having? Rec Room in Berkeley is kicking off a session of Rockstar Dance Party.
Hayward’s Jumpity Bumpity is a clean, spacious fun indoor play space with many creative slides and features to keep your kid moving!
Messy Art Day is a special event, open to the public, for kids four & under at El Cerrito Preschool Coop on Sunday March 19.
An indoor pool party is one of the more unique children’s birthday party ideas, and AquaTech Swim Center in Alameda is the perfect place to do it.
Easter in the East Bay is filled with fun free carnivals and community egg hunts throughout the weeks. Don’t miss out with the help of our guide.
Last month we held an epic playdate at Oakland’s Kindergym. Here’s what you missed.
Oakland’s Dover Street Park in Rockridge is a fun stop off the beaten path. Fully gated and free toys make it perfect for beginning walkers to preschoolers.
Win a week: Berkeley’s KIDS for the BAY summer camp is run by environmental educators. Sessions for 5-13 year olds include local nature field trips.
It’s that time of year: Spring Break! Here is a list of programs that offer one-week sessions while school is closed the first week of April.
Houseboating on Lake Shasta is amazing; we pull up on shore, extend the included ramp, and climb off to explore. Campfires are a highlight every night, eating s’mores and checking out the scenery.
I had no idea that a “salon birthday party” was a thing until my sons and I were guests of Snip-its Walnut Creek to test drive their haircutting services.
My favorite kid-friendly bike rodeo event is happening 3/18 at LeConte school in Berkeley, and everyone’s invited.
Win a week of summer camp at any of the Monkey Business camps: Tilden Outdoor, Pre-K, Girls on the Go, Boys on the Go, or Youth Leadership. Ages 3 to 16.
Hey movie lovers, the Bay Area International Children’s Film Festival 2017 (BAICFF) takes place this March in Oakland, and the programming is more than just screen-time.