Here in the East Bay, there are various ways to celebrate Dia de Los Muertos including food, colorful crafts, sugar skulls with children in tow.
Free & Cheap
Do you cringe at the amount of candy your child gets trick-or-treating? Here are a few Halloween candy buybacks we know about in the East Bay.
Community Music Day at the Crowden School offers free hands-on music experiences for children. This Sunday from 10 am to 3 pm.
Fun and scary (mostly not-so-scary!) Halloween events and activities for kids in Oakland, Berkeley, and surrounding areas.
I love that the East Bay has so many places to get quality used kids’ clothes. Consignment sales are ideal for snow pants, dress clothes, and costumes!
Do you want to invite the largest living things on Earth (hint: giant sequoias) into your science class for FREE? Heck yeah!
Put the FOOD back into FAST at this intersection of healthy eating and street food September 22-24 in Jack London Square.
The Tilden Park steam trains in the Berkeley hills are one of the East Bay’s best kept secrets. Kinda. Wonderful fun for toddlers and grandparents.
Almost everything at Petaluma’s Great Peter Pumpkin Patch is FREE: hay rides, cheese tasting, hay maze, hay towers to climb, and so on.
300,000 people will party in the street 9/9/18 on Solano Avenue. (Bring your walkie talkies!)