Yay! The Happiest 5K on the Planet is coming to the East Bay!
So many great places to swim in the East Bay: seasonal pools, indoor water parks, beaches, lagoons, spraygrounds, you name it!
Here are some tips to help kids enjoy Cal football games and surrounding festivities, so you can make it through the whole game whine-free
The Healthy Kids Running Series is a five-week running program in the spring and fall for kids from Pre-K to 8th grade. All for $35
Postnatal yoga classes are nice safe places to go for new moms.
Tot splash hours at Richmond Swim Center are inviting!
Antioch Water Park has splashy activities for babies and every age on up: super shallow tadpool, toddler & preschooler waterslide, big kid body slides.
I am DYING to go to Wake Island Watersports Park in the Sacramento area and play in their floating playground, AQUA PARK.
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.
The parade route to celebrate the Golden State Warriors along with tips for riding BART and enjoying the celebrations on Thursday.
Summer Bay Area planner: Ice cream, camp-outs, art, s’mores, swimming, outdoor movies, hiking, animal encounters, a little bit of everything!
My husband Alec took our big boys to ride bicycles on the Eastern span of the Bay Bridge. For a pretty flat course, the views are stunning.
A round-up of sports and outdoors camps in the East Bay: soccer, basketball, baseball, gymnastics, tennis, and more!
The Kids Skate Free program is nationwide, and our nearby independent roller skating rink in Antioch participates.
Bike to School day is May 11 and is lots of fun; the message is to get more kids riding for fun and transit. Put on your helmet.