If you are looking for Easter events just right for kids, San Francisco is the place to be. Whether Easter focused or simply taking place on the day, the city offers much to do on April 20.
The South Bay is home to one of the most popular Bay Area kids’ museums. Here is a guide to San Jose’s Children’s Discovery Museum.
If the kids are eager for new ways to work off their creative energy, lead them to pottery painting, one of the coolest art activities around. Even if they’ve indulged before, they can show you a thing or two on how to do it right at these top pottery painting spots in the North Bay.
For those looking to give back to animals in need, hands-on volunteers are needed to help with everything from furry four-legged to feathered friends. Here are five of the best volunteer opportunities for animal lovers in the South Bay and on the Peninsula.
Spring break in San Francisco public schools is March 31 through April 4 when kids can enjoy time off. Fill the week with some mighty fine activities geared for kids and their families too, conveniently based in the city.
The Bay Area offers a number of family-friendly activities to celebrate all things Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. Here is a list of 5 of the best options.
Animals can become the neglected, abused and abandoned victims of overpopulation, owner stress, or elements of society on the fringe. Anyway you look at it animal rescue agencies are valuable resources to appreciate and support.
Summer is on the horizon and now is the time to start thinking about how to keep the kids entertained once school is out. Check out this list of five of the best North Bay summer camps.
Make Valentine’s Day weekend a family-friendly time with fun ways to show the kids you love them most of all.
Carving out time to romance your sweetie can be difficult when there are children involved. Let us help with this list of five of the best Valentine’s Day dates for parents in San Francisco.