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.
Sponsored: JAMaROO Kids is excited to launch Music in the Park every Monday in Marin! Join the fun at Old Mill Park and Blackie's Pasture.
Late summer marks the beginning of apple season in California! Find out where to go apple picking or get fresh-picked local apples in Marin and Sonoma.
My family and I are big fans of Amy’s Drive Thru in Rohnert Park, and we're thrilled that their long-awaited Corte Madera location is opening today, Tuesday, August 4! It's like a classic American fast food restaurant, except that everything is vegetarian or vegan and made with organic, non-GMO ingredients.
Here's our weekly list of 15 fun things to do with the kids this week, August 3–9. From recipes and Spanish classes to live music and online family yoga, there's something for everyone.
Like many other popular Bay Area events, this year's Gravenstein Apple Fair has been canceled due to COVID-19. You can still celebrate the apple harvest and help support Sonoma County Farm Trails, the local non-profit organization that puts on the Apple Fair, at their 2020 Grav & Go event!
Have you joined the cold brew revolution? Here's how to make your own cold brew coffee concentrate with a mason jar. It's great for iced coffee!
Families will be excited to know that the San Francisco and Oakland Zoos are now open to the public. Advance tickets are required, and not all attractions are open at this time. Book your tickets for a less crowded, educational outdoor outing for all.
Sponsored: Blossom Nursery Nursery, a Waldorf-inspired preschool in Terra Linda, is now enrolling for fall. Find out what makes Blossom special.
If you crave chocolate chip cookies but making a batch is too much mess and effort, try making this giant cookie in your cast iron skillet instead. No mixer or baking sheets needed!