Dell’Osso Family Farm hosts a seasonal man-made sledding hill, an ice rink, a zip line, and in the evening, a holiday light experience.
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This December, families can ride a “water sleigh” on Lake Merritt complete with Christmas carols for a special holiday treat. Rides are $8 per person.
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At Leland Snow Play, guests pay for a ticket which enables them to use tubes for riding down a man-made hill as many times as they like.
This easy evening outing includes a festive holiday light display and it’s located near tons of dinner spots.
Multi-lingual EBI: A bilingual education opportunity for East Bay kids with pre-k through 8th grade education in Oakland and Emeryville.