Summer Bay Area planner: Ice cream, camp-outs, art, s’mores, swimming, outdoor movies, hiking, animal encounters, a little bit of everything!
It’s that time of year: Spring Break! Here is a list of programs that offer one-week sessions while school is closed the first week of April.
On a rainy day, here are some great indoor fun East Bay destinations to make your kids happy and run off those ya-yas!
A helpful list of outings that don’t require advanced planning, for East Bay kids and parents.
If you’re thinking you’d like to give your child the opportunity to play baseball, but don’t know how to get started, keep reading. We’ll walk you through it.
If you get a room at the Doubletree Berkeley Marina hotel, you get access to their indoor pool, which, sources tell us, makes a great winter birthday party.
Did you know there’s a handful of restaurants where kids eat free? Skip cooking on Tuesday night and head to one of these places.
Whether you stay in the car and do a “drive-by” or get out to stroll, visiting holiday light displays is a fun winter tradition.
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.
Fun and scary (mostly not-so-scary!) Halloween events and activities for kids in Oakland, Berkeley, and surrounding areas.
Take on one of these items as your mission every day, and you’ll definitely be getting the most out of the East Bay.
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!
So many great places to swim in the East Bay: seasonal pools, indoor water parks, beaches, lagoons, spraygrounds, you name it!