Designed to expose new readers to comic books and their local independent comic book shops, Free Comic Book Day is the first Saturday in May.
Jenn Ekman and Steve Slater from the Dilly Dallies share their favorite activities in and around Alameda with kids
Ideas for outings, parties, books, movies, volunteer opportunities for kids and families on Earth Day
Activities, places to eat, and treats for Mother’s Day in Oakland and surrounding communities, Berkeley, Albany, Alameda.
Kids bowl free at participating bowling alleys in the (510): Albany, San Leandro, Castro Valley, and Fremont. Register first.
30 outdoor destinations for families from archery, sailing, fruit picking, to hiking. Never run out of ideas to get your kids playing outside!
SF FlameThrowers from Oakland are our Ultimate disc team. Ultimate combines football and soccer with a flying frisbee. Your kids will love it.
Cal Day is a terrific opportunity to for the East Bay families to get a taste of the world class university in our backyard with FREE classes & games on campus.
Our Preschooler paint and play party with Peaceable Kingdom at Twirl was adorable! See the pictures and plan your own play time.
Tour Fentons Creamery in Oakland on the arctic tour for age 6 and up. Brr.
A round-up of sports and outdoors camps in the East Bay: archery, farming, kayaking, sailing, hiking, parkour, gymnastics, tennis, and more!
Near Guerneville, Schoolhouse Canyon Campground offers kid-friendly car camping in a redwood grove across the road from the Russian River.
The park is urban with a flat field for running around, a basic playground with slides and swings, and a Target across the street. What makes it stand out are the zoo-like attractions: a train ride, a traditional carousel, and a petting zoo, each available for $1.50
California’s Great America claims to be home to the most rides in Northern California and offers a complete water park inside.
Oakland’s own Pacific Boychoir is composed of boys age 4 to 18 who sing in performances and competitions that tour the whole world.