Outdoor spots to take kids after — or during — a rainy day in the East Bay.
Pixieland Amusement Park was a super fun day for all three of my kids (age 2, 6, and 8). Think of it as a more modern, smaller version of Fairyland.
The Fairyland children’s book festival, Saturday, May 18, from 10 to 4, will bring together more than 30 Bay Area children’s authors and illustrators who will do read-alouds and demonstrations and talk about their craft with kids and parents.
We love Totland for toddlers, and especially for parents who are on their own with a new second baby. Swings, climbing things, spinny rides, and slides.
Let’s talk swimming lessons. Here are 17 East Bay swimming pools that will help teach your child how to swim, arranged roughly from South to North.
A simple and affordable birthday party at Roberts Regional Park in Oakland.
Willard Park near Elmwood is a terrific park and playground for families with a large grassy field, tot play yard, and tennis courts.
Pancake hike was totally worth it! I tried to savor the perfect weather, these sweet children, and the epic view because I may never get to do that again.
A round-up of sports camps in the East Bay: soccer, swimming, softball, archery, parkour, gymnastics, tennis, and more!
Bike to School day is May 9 and is lots of fun; the message is to get more kids riding for fun and transit. Put on your helmet.