Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Christine Lai

Bay Area Kids Weekend Events: Oct. 22-24

The weather has started to cool down but kids’ fall activities, in particular Halloween festivities, are only heating up! Additionally, there are sharks, a county fair, trains and magic show to consider this weekend—what will it be for your...

How to Raise an Introverted Child in an Extroverted World

Fellow parents were texting me in full-blown panic: “How is K doing?!? Is she hating it?!” We had just started remote distance learning and a flurry of texts came flashing over my cell phone. I peered over at my...

Bay Area Kids Weekend Events: Oct. 8-10

Gorgeous weather continues to lure our family outside—an air show, tarantulas (eekk!) outdoor movies, outdoor markets, story time and star gazing! This is the weekend to do it all…or at least try to! photo by iStock San Francisco Fleet...

Bay Area Kids Weekend Events: Oct. 1-3

It’s Fall, y’all! With Fall comes a plethora of activities such as festivals, pumpkin patches to discover, corn/hay mazes to get lost in and of course, who can forget apple picking? And if that isn’t enough, hiking, BMX bike...

Bay Area Kids Weekend Events: Sep. 24-26

San Francisco was recently named the #1 city in the world and this coming weekend’s events are a small snapshot for the reason why! This weekend we celebrate Hispanic Heritage month, outdoor concerts, brunch with animals, beer and… walnuts. Be...

Get Lost! 12 Bay Area Corn Mazes to Visit this Fall

Getting lost in a corn or hay maze is practically a childhood rite of passage and with these locations in the Bay Area, there’s one not too far from you! Choose from world-record holding mazes that will take the...

¡VIVA! Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in the Bay Area

Chile, mole, pozole! The celebration of Hispanic Heritage month begins on September 15 when several Central American countries celebrate independence day. While food is a common fabric that unites people across cultures, it’s important to recognize why Hispanic heritage...

Bay Area Kids Weekend Events: Sep. 17-19

Feel like celebrating this weekend? Perfect! This weekend, celebrate the arts, the beach, harvest, mid-autumn, multiple cultures, Halloween.. did we miss anything?? If so, it will have to wait until next weekend! photo: Travis Lange  San Francisco The 66th...

Fall-tastic Festivals: September

As summer days start to wind down and we get ready to swap the kids’ swimsuits for sweaters and lemonade for apple cider, fall festivals are starting to heat up! This year, festivals are back with a revenge and...

Bay Area Kids Weekend Events: Sep.10-12

It’s that time of the year where your kids can be cooling off at the water parks cooling off one day and apple picking the next! This weekend, roll up sleeves for digging in gardens or farm walks, enjoy...

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