Monterey Bay Aquarium has awesome otters, penguins, and play area. But it can be overwhelming, too. Here’s our little kids’ perspective.
The Amazing Bubble Show by Louis Pearl is one that all ages — yep, even the skeptical tweens and grandparents! — will enjoy.
Let’s talk swimming lessons. Here are 17 East Bay swimming pools that will help teach your child how to swim, arranged roughly from South to North.
Thomas the Tank Engine is coming near the Bay Area July 29-31 and August 5 to Felton’s Roaring Camp Railroads. Book tickets early.
If you are a crafter, builder, or tinkerer, this event is for you and your curious kids. The Bay Area Maker Faire is unforgettable fun.
Your guide to Bay Area waterparks; find the one that works best for your family. From water slide junkies to sprayground newbies, we love ya!
May 21 is Kids to Parks Day, a day to visit any local or national park in the U.S. Many parks host organized events, or you can do your own thing.
Steve & Kate’s Camp conforms to your kid and not the other way around with a wide variety of activities to cater to virtually all interests.
With ample parking, a huge field, a creek to explore, a playground, and now, a cafe onsite, Strawberry Creek Park is a perfect destination.
It is time to pick cherries, Bay Area! Here’s the lowdown on sweet cherry-picking in Brentwood and beyond.
FLAX art & design Oakland is the new 14,500 sq ft flagship store. Parents will like the kids’ table for creating while you shop. And free parking.
99 kid-friendly restaurants to check out in Oakland and Berkeley from Mexican, Pizza, Asian, Diners, Burgers and lots more!
PNO is a drop-off kid party hosted in which children eat pizza, have dessert, and play with other kids of a similar age until way past their bedtimes.
It’s time for our monthly activity planner: comic books, Mother’s Day, butterflies, bubbles, and Memorial Day for starters!
Ideas for outings, parties, books, movies, volunteer opportunities for kids and families on Earth Day