Social distancing remains present in our new normal. As we head into the holiday season, let’s strike a balance between safely revisiting older favorite customs and finding new family traditions this Halloween. Written by Sarah Antrim Halloween means a lot of things: carving pumpkins, decorating the house, dressing up. But for kids, Halloween means one […]
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Are the kids looking for something fun to do during the holiday break over Christmas and New Years? Check out some of these fun winter camps for kids in the San Francisco area! Cooking ‘Round the World Winter Camp, Oakland & Alameda.Kids discover America’s deliciously different regions by cooking & eating! Campers go home with […]
To some it’s just another holiday on the calendar like Presidents Day or Memorial Day: we put out the flag and maybe have a barbecue celebrating our freedom from the office or school for the day. But to some families like ours, Veterans Day is a big deal. By Sarah Antrim My husband is an Iraq […]
Hey Dad, do you get so pumped for sports games that you can’t help but get your family excited too? Does your idea of a family outing include matching jerseys and hot dogs? We’ve got a treat for you! We are giving away a weekend camp with NBA father and son stars Dell and Stephen Curry! […]
There’s plenty Cinco de Mayo for kids in the Bay Area this week. And with sunshine continuing through the weekend, a lot more fun is sure to be had! Check out the events below if you’re looking for something to do with your kiddos as spring fever continues to go strong. Cinco de Mayo Street […]
Looking for something to do in the bay area this weekend? There are plenty of happening (or should we say “hop”pening?) events all around the bay with Easter just around the corner! April 2-6 San Francisco First Thursday Free Admission Day – come check out the Pez Museum in Burlingame, which includes plenty of oddities […]