On a rainy day, here are some great indoor fun East Bay destinations to make your kids happy and run off those ya-yas!
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.
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.
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.
East Bay pumpkin patches come in many types: a quick pumpkin picture, a carnival atmosphere, or a full day on the farm.
From August 25 to September 5, the blue and yellow big top tent for Circus Vargas will be hard to miss as you drive south on 880 through Hayward.
Take on one of these items as your mission every day, and you’ll definitely be getting the most out of the East Bay.
Parades, pancakes, festivals, & fireworks! Our Fourth of July Guide for East Bay families has it all. Sponsored by Sarah’s Science.
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.
The Century 16 at Hilltop Mall in Richmond, Hayward Century, and the Century 14 in Walnut Creek will show these $1 movies for the summer.
Father’s Day is June 19; here are some fabulous ideas for treating, entertaining, and otherwise celebrating Dad.
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!
99 kid-friendly restaurants to check out in Oakland and Berkeley from Mexican, Pizza, Asian, Diners, Burgers and lots more!