Dine out with the kiddos for free! Here's our list of Marin restaurants with kids-eat-free offers, listed by day of the week.
Living in Marin, we're lucky to have Sonoma Valley and its world-famous Wine Country as a next-door neighbor. While many think of Sonoma Valley as a destination for wine tasting, spas, and other grown-up activities, it's also one of our favorite local places to go for family fun.
While not as iconic, renowned, or tall as southern Marin's Mount Tamalpais, Novato's Mount Burdell offers its own kind of charm and appeal for families looking for an easy outdoor outing. Mount Burdell Open Space preserve boasts plenty of wide fire roads and trails that are perfect for a hike with small children.
Spring will be here soon, and that means it's time to head to your nearby farmers' market to buy fresh organic produce and other locally grown and produced goodies. Here is a list of of year-round and opening dates for a variety of local farmer's markets throughtout Marin and the North Bay.
Kids can take a deep dive into marine science and ocean conservation this summer at Camp Sea Quest, a five-day summer camp at The Marine Mammal Center in the beautiful Marin Headlands in Sausalito.
Here are our picks for great events and activities for children and families in Marin and beyond for this President's Day Weekend!
Calling Marin County students in Grades 1–8! Use your creativity to design Marin Humane's 2018 Summer Camp T-Shirt. Original artwork (no clip art) must be submitted on 8 ½ x 11 paper. Artwork must be completely flat (e.g. no 3D art or objects glued to paper) and have no words or text. Submissions cannot be returned. There will be four categories: grades 1–2, 3–4, 5–6 and 7–8.
Deadline for entry is March 31, 2018. Entries must include the contest registration form and should be mailed to:
Wontons are easy to make, tasty, kid-friendly, and you can get everything you need at your local grocery store. Furthermore, they're something children can help make with minimal effort, and they even have a lot of fun folding the things.
Whether you're getting in the car and heading up to Lake Tahoe for skiing or snow play or just hanging around the house for the holiday break, you'll find plenty of fun things to do with the kids during their time off!
Remember those fun times you had bowling when you were a kid? Actually, it's even more fun for the little ones now with the advent of bumper bowling and ball ramps. Go rent some shoes, pick out your ball, and bowl a few games with the kiddos.