This year, Hanukkah begins on the evening of Sunday, December 22, and ends Monday, December 30. Here's a rundown of family friendly Hanukkah celebrations and events in and around Marin and the Bay Area.
From Winnie the Pooh to Rock ‘n’ Roll, with a little circus too!
This Saturday, SMART's Holiday Express returns for a fourth year of holiday fun and giving with a decorated train full of toys. Bring an unwrapped toy or gift card to donate and help fill the train with toys! Train fare is free for children under 5!
Your weekend guide to festive family fun in Marin and the Bay Area for December 13–15. Check out our guide here!
Many local San Francisco Bay Area museums offer fun holiday-themed programs, including hands-on activities, special exhibits, and more. You'll even find ice skating and real live reindeer! Here are six of our favorite local museums worth visiting with the kiddos this holiday season.
Say goodbye to 2019 and welcome in the New Year at one of these family friendly events taking place in Marin and elsewhere in the Bay Area.
We're finally seeing snow in the Sierra, so start planning your family trip up to the mountains for some ski and snow play fun this winter now.
Get out and hike to a waterfall! Here are our picks for easy, family-friendly waterfall hikes in Marin. It's the perfect outdoor outing after a rainstorm.
These peanut butter blossoms are one of my kids favorite holiday cookies. They're easy to make and the kids love to help mix ingredients and roll the dough into balls.
If you want to have the experience of choosing and cutting down your own Christmas tree, you're going to have to pack up the family truckster and head north on Highway 101 to visit our neighbors in Sonoma County. There, you'll find a selection of Christmas tree farms mostly concentrated in the rural areas of western Petaluma and Sebastopol.