This wild animal rehabilitation center in Hayward allows kids to get up close and personal with drop-in hours and special programs.
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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.
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.
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
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.
Here’s a mission for your little explorers and instructions on how to have a successful hunt for salamanders in the Oakland hills.
This park has play areas, soccer, tennis, basketball, and is home to affordable summer camps for Alameda kids.
Cal sporting events are local family fun – and often free!
For big kids age 10 to 14, the Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment, MADE, offers a free weekly class in Scratch programming. No prior experience necessary.
Alameda’s South Shore Center’s newest addition – Adventure Court Playground – is a win for all. A perfect pit stop after you’ve shopped.