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.
Guests of all ages will enjoy looking AND touching. At the center of the show is Seed Vortex, Kahn’s enormous metal sculpture weighing thousands of pounds and spanning 20 feet in diameter.
The new Veranda shopping center in Concord has a few spots that parents might find entertaining and useful — but none will be as exciting as the play structure they’ve installed, the Veranda Climber.
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!
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.
Vegan cinnamon rolls with a toppings bar? Get in my mouth.
Kids get in FREE for the rest of January, so consider a trip over the bridge to the SF Zoo!
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.