Fun Things to Do in the East Bay this Week: Nov. 30 - Dec. 6 - 510 Families

Fun Things to Do in the East Bay this Week: Nov. 30 – Dec. 6

We understand that planning your day during shelter-in-place can be a balancing act, because we’re right there with you. We’ve curated a list of the best events and activities for families the week ahead to save you the research.

The East Bay German International School (EBGIS) is a dual-language immersion school offering Preschool through 9th grade. On-campus Open House Saturday, Dec. 5.

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Hello, 510 families! Ahh December, the first month of winter and the last month of 2020. Let’s make the best of it! There is so much holiday goodness planned and yes it will surely feel different than any other year. But in the same vein, that’s what will also make it special. Enjoy this week’s highlights below.

Things to do in the East Bay with kids this week

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30
  • Squeeze in a Santa visit before the December rush at Macy’s Court. (RSVP)
  • Shop local, support small businesses and get creative with these holiday family craft projects.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1
  • It’s Giving Tuesday. Poll your family and kids to see what causes they’re feeling passionate about, and include them in the donation process. If you’re donating money, I personally like to do research on Charity Navigator for informed donating.
  • The Conservatory of Flowers is free every first Tuesday of the month, and always free for children under 4. Stroll, play, eat and smell the flowers in Golden Gate Park.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2
  • Hooray for Bay Area Discovery Museum free admission day! Bay Area residents can reserve tickets online.
  • Switch things up, and head to Richmond to delight your littles by discovering the fairy villages.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6
  • It’s Sunday, so take the day off from cooking and support a local business by ordering takeout to feed your crew.
  • Or do the complete opposite and kick your cooking up a notch with a Hanukkah cooking class.
  • Pick up a crafting kit from the UC Botanical Garden and join an online class for families making seasonal decorations with botanical treasures. (RSVP)

 

COVID-19 Coronavirus note: Alameda County and surrounding counties are in a modified shelter in place order. Please keep physical distance from those not in your party and wear face-covering masks.

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