The Alameda County Fair in Pleasanton is a traditional fair: carnival rides & games; quilts and pigs; and funnel cakes. This year June 15th to July 4th.
Zum, HopSkipDrive, & Kango ride share services for kids let you be two places at once. Each allows parents to track vehicles & communicate with drivers.
If your kids can stay up well past 9pm, there are a few outdoor movies you can see for FREE. Most start around 8:15-8:45ish. BYO blankets.
Sleep at Cal Academy of Sciences with Penguins+Pajamas. It is memorable for kids and parents with after-hours exploration, movies, and a sleeping bag on the floor.
From now until Aug. 15, we’ll be accepting submissions from the kids of the (510). What are your kids favorite places? And most importantly, why?
For $10 per person, you can go to every movie in the Kids Movie Series this summer hosted by The Alameda Theatre & Cineplex on Central Ave in Alameda.
The Amazing Bubble Show by Louis Pearl is one that all ages — yep, even the skeptical tweens and grandparents! — will enjoy.
Does your child need incentive to pick up a book? If so, the area public libraries offer summer reading games & many cool kid-sized prizes for reading.
Summer Bay Area planner: Ice cream, camp-outs, art, s’mores, swimming, outdoor movies, hiking, animal encounters, a little bit of everything!
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.
Scandia is like Vegas for big kids: 2 mini golf courses; batting cages; race cars; bumper boats; a video game arcade that makes you forget what time it is.
It’s time for our monthly activity planner: comic books, Mother’s Day, butterflies, bubbles, and Memorial Day for starters!
Win LEGO Summer Camp: Play-Well TEKnologies offers LEGO day camps that will engage builders from ages 5 to 13 with STEM learning disguised as fun.