JAMTOWN is the Disneyland of basketball in Oakland, with basketball classes for kids, plus camps and birthday parties, too.
The Oakland Aviation Museum, open Wednesday thru Sundays, is located near the Oakland airport, so although you won’t stand right next to a plane that’s taking off, you can both stand next to a plane — and look up in the sky to see what’s just taken off.
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.
Spend a FREE morning at Home Depot building craft projects with your kid on the first Saturday of each month.
Hey movie lovers, the Bay Area International Children’s Film Festival 2018 (BAICFF) takes place this February in Oakland, and the programming is more than just screen-time.
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
Ticketed events you may want to plan for, in January and beyond.
Put on your jammies and enjoy an evening of animal close-ups and a bonus Zoovie movie with the whole family. Cocoa and popcorn included.
Multi-lingual EBI: A bilingual education opportunity for East Bay kids with pre-k through 8th grade education in Oakland and Emeryville.
How many times would I have to go to Fairyland to pay off a membership? Is it worth it?
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!
Ride on a presidential yacht with Santa Claus and some elves. Unlimited cookies, cocoa, and views of the Oakland skyline with souvenirs.
We love holiday lights! 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.
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.