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.
On the corner of Dartmouth and Talbot in Albany, find a small park with an excess of used push cars, play houses, a tiny play structure and swings.
Where to see Santa Claus and his elves in the East Bay, Oakland, Alameda, or Berkeley and our nearby vicinity all month long.
Wondering what to do when school is out? Take one of these 50 fantastic Bay Area ideas and build your day around it.
Bay Day, which will be held annually throughout the Bay Area on the first Saturday of October, offers all residents to celebrate our special home.
From reading readiness to test prep confidence, the staff at Classroom Matters supports students & parents from Kindergarten through college-bound seniors.
300,000 people will party in the street 9/11/16 on Solano Avenue. (Bring your walkie talkies!)
Arlington Park has tons of green space and is one of those winding parks that has a variety of areas to explore beyond the play structures.
Affiliated with UC Berkeley, but open to all, this affordable recreation program offers gymnastics, basketball, and circus classes to kids of all ages.
Where to buy lunch packing supplies in the East Bay: lunch boxes, lunch bags, cute little accessories by Wendolonia, our favorite expert!
When my kid was one, the best way to get him out of the house was to talk about the choo choos we would see: real train, BART train, train table, all good!
Take on one of these items as your mission every day, and you’ll definitely be getting the most out of the East Bay.
Here are a few favorite locations to get a miniature zoo experience. Check out the lobsters at Ranch 99 and other places to see animals for $0.
From Lafayette to Richmond, Albany, and Berkeley, great paths for any runner with a jogging stroller. Here are 7 interesting places to run with kids.
Powered by our local libraries, Discover & Go gets you and your kids in free to some of our most popular museums and attractions for zero dollars. FREE!