CBS Radio teams up with Shriners Hospital, PG&E, Sacramento Metropolitan Fire Department and many other local organizations for the “Stop, Drop and Eat” event held on February 28th from 11a.m.-1p.m. Event features include appearances by the Sacramento […]
Its time to count your lucky strikes! Join The Don Geronimo Show and All-Star Athletes Lance Briggs, Ken Shamrock, Joey Porter, former NFL star Adrian Ross,and many more Saturday March 9th at Strikes Unlimited in Rocklin. The 1st […]
Schedule time to sing and move together with your child by enrolling in one of these “Mommy and Me” (and Daddy and me) classes.
Sacramento boasts a wide range of activities for children and adults in honor of Black History Month in February.
Pack your bags for an easy three-hour drive to Monterey where you and the kids can play together on the beautiful shores of Monterey Bay.
The new Sacramento Children’s Museum is the only of its kind in a 40-mile radius of Sacramento, located across the parking lot from City Hall in Rancho Cordova.
Gong Xi Fa Cai means Happy New Year in Mandarin. Sacramento’s rich Chinese history allows several ways to celebrate 2012’S Year of the Dragon in the area.
This year, engage your picky little eaters in fun cooking projects and boost the likelihood that they will try new foods.
With the season’s cold and rain making outdoor activities less comfortable now is the perfect time to enroll your family in swim lessons. The perk? The kids will tire themselves out while you float away via latte.
ew Year’s Eve in Sacramento has something for everyone—from spectacular fireworks that will make your whole family ooh and ah, to live music, or theater in the form of a musical or play, to the always entertaining go-to family activity of bowling.
Keep little minds and bodies active this break and register them for a new camp or class. A plethora of area offerings include crafts, soccer, gymnastics, and a bit of culture. And camps aren’t just […]
With parties and shopping dates overcrowding family calendars, December can feel like a marathon. Open your front door, take a breath and walk or drive around the neighborhood to enjoy the season’s light displays.
From gargantuan games to oversized fruit, California has its share of odd attractions. Here are just a few.
Are your kids eating dessert for breakfast? A new study shows that nearly half of kids’ cereal contain more surgar than three Chips Ahoy! cookies. Here is a look at the cereals dubbed the worst in the Environmental Working Group’s study.
Every year, toy makers and sellers hope there will be a runaway hit toy to help spur excitement around the holidays and boost sales. Toys R Us is betting that 15 toys ranging from a flying, inflatable remote-control fish to tiny collectible monsters will be big hits this season.