Rain or Shine is hecka fun during the winter time. We had an epic playdate with lots of East Bay families, sponsored by Heal and photographed by Icarian. Have a peek!
Too young to see the Black Panther movie? No problem. We found some great movies, storytimes, dance performances, and a parade! We’ll be adding new kid-friendly Black History Month activities as we find them.
Habitot’s latest large scale exhibit, “Back to the Farm,” is a great opportunity for our youngest kids to grasp and play with farm concepts.
Ticketed events you may want to plan for, in January and beyond.
A round-up of storytimes in the next 30 days.
RSVP for our epic playdate to explore the play space at Rain or Shine the morning of 1/25. The full space will be open and ready for your 0-5 year old.
Dinosaur lovers will not want to miss this! T-REX PLANET invites families to get up close to over 40 life-like dinosaurs.
Epworth Playgroups are non-religious meet-ups that take place in a colorful recreation room housed by the Epworth United Methodist Church in North Berkeley.
How many times would I have to go to Fairyland to pay off a membership? Is it worth it?
This extravagant light display on a home in the Glen Cove area of Vallejo is a nice evening outing.
Somehow I just wasn’t sure visiting Alameda’s Christmas Tree Lane would be worth the drive. Well it is.
10 thumbs up. Pile the kids into the station wagon for 5:20pm drive-in movie showings.
The Tilden Park Carousel transforms every year to a winter wonderland. Full of Christmas cheer with decorated trees, tiny nutcrackers, and Santa!
There are so many community events in celebration of the holidays, enjoy our list to help you narrow in on a few that sound best for your family.
East Bay Christmas tree lots from Alameda, Oakland, Castro Valley, Berkeley range from fast, playful, to woodsy. Choose your favorite!