Wee Play is an activity oriented play center put on by the Alameda Parks Department in the Veteran’s Building three days a week.
Who can go indoor skydiving and what does it feel like?
Tips and deals for Pi Day, Wednesday, March 14.
Messy Art Day is a special event, open to the public, for kids four & under at El Cerrito Preschool Coop on Sunday March 18.
Reading the Redwoods is a free online reading contest encourages kids in grades K-5 to discover the magic of California’s redwood forests through books and win prizes!
Easter in the East Bay is filled with fun free carnivals and community egg hunts throughout the weeks. Don’t miss out with the help of our guide.
Snow adventures for young families. Skip the lifts, 5 options with snowshoes or cross-country skis.
Looking for an opening to connect with other new mothers? Here are some resources, divided between support groups and activity groups in the East Bay.
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!).
At Leland Snow Play, guests pay for a ticket which enables them to use tubes for riding down a man-made hill as many times as they like. You can choose to pay for all-day access to the park or a two-hour ticket.
We’re stoked over the next summer camp giveaway: one lucky reader will win a week at Avid4 Adventure Camps for pre-k through 7th grade.
A-Z listings of dance classes for toddlers and preschoolers in the East Bay.
Every spring Berkeley High Crew hosts a free Learn-to-Row Day open to youth ages 11 and up. Pre-register for this cool opportunity for your tween or teen.
The morning of Saturday March 17, runners, walkers, strollers, and children are welcome to join in the first Colusa Circle 5k.
Pixieland Amusement Park was a super fun day for all three of my kids (age 2, 6, and 8). Think of it as a more modern, smaller version of Fairyland.