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.
Cato’s Ale House on Piedmont Avenue is a kid-friendly joint that parents will love, too. Loud, fun, crayons, great food and beer!
For little ones who need constant exploration opportunities, an indoor play space can offer sensory opportunities that parents aren’t always up for creating at home. Here is a guide to indoor play spaces in the Bay Area.
Families can schedule rides for kids ages six and older online or through the HopSkipDrive app.
Alameda’s South Shore Center’s newest addition – Adventure Court Playground – is a win for all. A perfect pit stop after you’ve shopped.
Dinosaur lovers will not want to miss this! T-REX PLANET invites families to get up close to over 40 life-like dinosaurs.
Love is love. Valentine’s Day activities for families in the East Bay. We are excited to share this round-up of love- and heart-themed activities
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.
East Bay Summer Camp Guide for Oakland and Berkeley families featuring day camps in STEM, Art, Design + Cooking, Music, Dance + Performing Arts, Eco + Outdoor skills, Sports, Language, Culture, and Overnight camps
If you’re thinking you’d like to give your child the opportunity to play baseball, but don’t know how to get started, keep reading. We’ll walk you through it.
Bay Area kids get to experience the snow with a day trip or weekend getaway for sledding, tubing, snow shoeing, skiing, or snowboarding. Lucky kids.
Snow adventures for young families. Skip the lifts, 5 options with snowshoes or cross-country skis.
Roller skating in San Ramon is so fun. The dream of the eighties is alive at Golden Skate. Bring your kid for a lesson or a try a Wednesday date night.
As the Year of the Rooster approaches, a handful of Lunar New Year celebrations pop up around the Bay Area. Here are some places to take your children
In downtown Oakland, where parking is abundant on Sundays, the Oakland Ice Center offers public skating sessions for those who dare to try it.