The Fairyland children’s book festival, Saturday, May 19, from 10 to 4, will bring together more than 25 Bay Area children’s authors and illustrators who will do read-alouds and demonstrations and talk about their craft with kids and parents.
At Junior Center for Art & Science, a new youth maker space equips young innovators to create from low-tech, creativity-inspiring materials.
Golden State Warriors watch parties make it possible to enjoy a night out cheering with other DubNation fans of most ages.
We love learning about group exercise options that make it possible for moms to bring baby along with her. Here are 7 in the East Bay.
The New Parkway Theater’s upcoming Animation Week, from April 6th-12th has everything from family friendly favorites to X-rated cartoons.
Located on a kid-friendly block in Oakland’s Rockridge neighborhood, GoldenBug carries shoes for babies, toddlers, and big kids up to size 5 youth.
The Museum Of CHildren’s Art in Oakland is a fun place to drop in at the end of the week.
RESPECT: Hip-Hop Style & Wisdom is the name of the immersive, hands-on, historical celebration at OMCA now through August 12, 2018 for an extra $4 on your regular admission.
How many of these day trips and adventures for grade school-age children can you squeeze into one week of your Bay Area staycation?
Our whole family attended Sunday morning’s family-friendly improv show by Once Upon Your Mind at the All Out Comedy Club in Oakland. I think this hidden gem might get your family up and laughing, too.
An engaging, weather-proof play session for toddlers is held twice weekly in the Oakland Hills.
The East Bay Depot for Creative Reuse touts itself as being “every teacher’s first stop and every artist’s second home” for a good reason. Find your trash or treasure.
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.
When restaurants have play areas, or even a small basket of chalk and a chalkboard, it can make a parent’s life easier. We are grateful for these East Bay restaurants who welcome our kids with open arms, and a handful of toys.
Kindergym is a wonderful toddler play program by Dawn Margolin offered at Temple Beth Abraham (TBA) in Oakland (but it’s not exclusive to Oakland or any one faith – all families are welcome!).