Christmas Tea in San Francisco and the East Bay makes a lovely — often expensive — holiday tradition for families. We break it down from near to far.
On a rainy day, here are some great indoor fun East Bay destinations to make your kids happy and run off those ya-yas!
From 11 am to 2 pm on Fridays, the Bear Cub gym is open for your visit seasonally when summer camp is not in session.
A winter birthday means that it just might rain on your parade. Plan for an indoor party and stop worrying about the weather.
A helpful list of outings that don’t require advanced planning, for East Bay kids and parents.
Tot splash hours at Richmond Swim Center are inviting!
Presenting some must-know info for parents who plan to visit Bay Area museums with their children to make it more fun for all.
If you feel like it’s time to swim, but the Bay Area weather is not cooperating, consider an indoor pool.
Each family member 3 years and older pays for admission, which includes an extensive all-you-can-eat buffet. Plus activities, rides, games!
Albany YMCA Baby Kindergym drop-in program is back in a new place – the Albany YMCA Preschool – a bit smaller, but still plenty of fun.
Hayward’s Jumpity Bumpity is a clean, spacious fun indoor play space with many creative slides and features to keep your kid moving!
Last month we held an epic playdate at Oakland’s Kindergym. Here’s what you missed.
Win a fantastic birthday party package at Kids Gym Berkeley valued at $350 — super for kids up to age 11. Bounce, swing, and celebrate here!
Come visit our joyful musical playdate with Music Together and Revolution Foods at Kids Gym Berkeley. Thanks to Celia Catalino for these photos!
Places to take East Bay preschoolers: Bay Area destinations for younger kids featuring amazing indoor play spaces and museums.