One idea for a family-friendly trip to Southern California.
For big kids age 10 to 14, the Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment, MADE, offers a free weekly class in Scratch programming. No prior experience necessary.
If you love art and nature but struggle with your kids on long hikes or quiet art museums, the Andy Goldsworthy walking tour in the SF Presidio is the perfect combination of art, nature, and kid-friendly adventure.
Three 11-year olds hit a karaoke room at a large arcade in Concord. Here’s what happened.
The family-friendly Alameda Lantern Light Festival is being held at the fairgrounds in Pleasanton, Thursdays through Sundays, now until January 20.
Too old for ball pits and water play tables? There are plenty of indoor amusement centers in the East Bay to entertain older kids from jumping to pinball
This classic story of friendship will allow you to introduce your child to all the figures of speech and cultural references born out of the Wizard of Oz. We’re not in Kansas anymore!
Volunteering with kids doesn’t have to be hard. Plant a tree, donate diapers, make a super hero cape, pick up litter, collect books, cut your hair…
The Children’s Creativity Museum, located next to Yerba Buena Gardens, is a hands-on, multimedia art and technology experience best for kids over 5.
Gyms around the East Bay offering physical challenge classes that engage kids in parkour and ninja warrior training.