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.
We love holiday lights! Whether you stay in the car and do a “drive-by” or get out to stroll, visiting holiday light displays is a fun winter tradition.
There are so many community events in celebration of the holidays, enjoy our list to help you narrow in on a few that sound best for your family.
Did your kiddo get way too much candy? Halloween candy buybacks are big business. Here are a few 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.
Update from Thursday, October 12: Due to poor air quality, the event has been canceled for 2017.
Almost everything at Petaluma’s Great Peter Pumpkin Patch is FREE: hay rides, cheese tasting, hay maze, hay towers to climb, and so on.
Fun and scary (mostly not-so-scary!) Halloween events and activities for kids in Oakland, Berkeley, and surrounding areas.
Put the FOOD back into FAST at this intersection of healthy eating and street food September 22-24 in Jack London Square.
Blake Garden garden is a teaching and research lab for Cal but it is open to the public on weekdays. Expect interesting paths with beautiful views.
300,000 people will party in the street 9/10/17 on Solano Avenue. (Bring your walkie talkies!)
Tour Krispy Kreme Doughnuts with a kid for a sweet factory experience (that is much easier than a real factory experience).