Here are a few resources whose email lists you might want to get on so that you can arrange childcare now for fall school holidays.
If you’ve just moved to Berkeley, Oakland, or some other part of the East Bay, let us welcome with links to resources, outings and activities for kids.
Brickspace offers drop-in play (where you can leave the building!) most days, parents night out monthly, little kid classes, birthday parties, and camps!
A comprehensive list of session-based classes for ages 0-5, organized by category: Art, Music, Dance, Science, Play, Language and Culture…
Uh oh. Camp season is over but school hasn’t started everywhere. Some of these day camps go past mid-August, some into September. Hooray!
One of our favorite indoor play spaces where kids of all abilities can play now offers a quiet place for adults to work on site. It is a dream come true.
Winnie recently launched a comprehensive, searchable and free directory of all the daycares and preschools in San Francisco and the East Bay.
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.
A round-up of sports and outdoors camps in the East Bay: soccer, basketball, baseball, gymnastics, tennis, and more!
Little Earth Seeds Preschool warmly invites families with kids ages 12 months to 5 years to an open house on Saturday, April 29 from 9:00am – 11:00am.
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.
Families can schedule rides for kids ages six and older online or through the HopSkipDrive app.
East Bay Summer Camp Guide for Oakland and Berkeley families featuring day camps in STEM, Art, Design + Cooking, Music, Dance + Performing Arts, Eco + Outdoor skills, Sports, Language, Culture, and Overnight camps
It is that time of the year again: Berkeley & Oakland Winter Break Camps fill in where you leave off. Winter Camps for East Bay kids.
I have been known to splurge on a last minute winter camp when I realized how many hours of unplanned awake time we’d all be spending together. Don’t judge.