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.
The Fairyland children’s book festival, Saturday, May 19, from 10 to 4, will bring together more than 25 Bay Area children’s authors and illustrators who will do read-alouds and demonstrations and talk about their craft with kids and parents.
At Junior Center for Art & Science, a new youth maker space equips young innovators to create from low-tech, creativity-inspiring materials.
Golden State Warriors watch parties make it possible to enjoy a night out cheering with other DubNation fans of most ages.
This Elmwood yoga studio is just for kids.
Win a fantastic birthday party package at Kids Gym Berkeley valued at $450 — super for kids up to age 11. Bounce, swing, and celebrate here!
Kids bowl free at participating bowling alleys in the (510): Albany, San Leandro, Castro Valley, and Fremont. Register first.
This wild animal rehabilitation center in Hayward allows kids to get up close and personal with drop-in hours and special programs.
The New Parkway Theater’s upcoming Animation Week, from April 6th-12th has everything from family friendly favorites to X-rated cartoons.
Hayward’s Jumpity Bumpity is a clean, spacious fun indoor play space with many creative slides and features to keep your kid moving!
Located on a kid-friendly block in Oakland’s Rockridge neighborhood, GoldenBug carries shoes for babies, toddlers, and big kids up to size 5 youth.
The Museum Of CHildren’s Art in Oakland is a fun place to drop in at the end of the week.
RESPECT: Hip-Hop Style & Wisdom is the name of the immersive, hands-on, historical celebration at OMCA now through August 12, 2018 for an extra $4 on your regular admission.
Our whole family attended Sunday morning’s family-friendly improv show by Once Upon Your Mind at the All Out Comedy Club in Oakland. I think this hidden gem might get your family up and laughing, too.
Hop on Board! After riding Roaring Camp’s real 1880s Steam Train under the majestic Redwoods, over Indian Creek Trestle and through the Santa Cruz Mountains, your kids are going to have the time of their lives scavenging for chocolate eggs at the top of Bear Mountain.