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.
Kids bowl free at participating bowling alleys in the (510): Albany, San Leandro, Castro Valley, and Fremont. Register first.
This wild animal rehabilitation center in Hayward allows kids to get up close and personal with drop-in hours and special programs.
The East Bay Depot for Creative Reuse touts itself as being “every teacher’s first stop and every artist’s second home” for a good reason. Find your trash or treasure.
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!
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.
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 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.
Love is love. Valentine’s Day activities for families in the East Bay. We are excited to share this round-up of love- and heart-themed activities
Spend a FREE morning at Home Depot building craft projects with your kid on the first Saturday of each month.
Too young to see the Black Panther movie? No problem. We found some great movies, storytimes, dance performances, and a parade! We’ll be adding new kid-friendly Black History Month activities as we find them.
Epworth Playgroups are non-religious meet-ups that take place in a colorful recreation room housed by the Epworth United Methodist Church in North Berkeley.
Isn’t it great to try out a class before committing to a full session? Here are a few great places that offer occasional free trials on kids’ classes.
A world made of LEGO bricks will be on display at the LEGO Brickshow 2017 in San Leandro, opening December 9 and running through January 7, 2018.
Somehow I just wasn’t sure visiting Alameda’s Christmas Tree Lane would be worth the drive. Well it is.