Where, how, and when to sign kids up for soccer programs that match their developmental level.
If your kid is bouncing off the walls, check this list of places where that kind of thing is welcome.
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!
Vegan cinnamon rolls with a toppings bar? Get in my mouth.
Hands-On Berkeley is a STEAM lab for children featuring morning and afternoon drop-in sessions for 3 to 6-year olds and classes.
As the Year of the Dog approaches, a handful of Lunar New Year celebrations pop up around the Bay Area. Here are some places to take your children
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.
All the extras at a Kids Day makes it a great time to go to a Cal Basketball game!
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.
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.
We recently invited babies to spend the morning at Brushstrokes Studio, putting their footprints on pottery. The whole thing was lovely from top to bottom.
New Year’s Eve with kids in the Bay Area includes many options from home to a tot-centric noon year’s eve bash and everything in between!
Anthony’s Cookies, a long time San Francisco establishment, has made its to Berkeley, find a storefront that caters to just one thing – cookies!
This elegant holiday tea at the historic Claremont is perfect for family time that doesn’t center around Santa or gifts. My son and I were delighted.