Read on for a number of fall activities for the family to enjoy that will only cost you your time and the gas to get there.
Create a day of fun-filled excitement when visiting the Sacramento Zoo with this all-inclusive guide.
In days of old, many children rode the train when traveling. Today, a train ride is not as common, but you can show your children how it used to be with a ride on one of the engines listed here.
It’s that time of year when kids get excited about the festivities of the Easter holiday. Parents spend time shopping, buying the kids new outfits, eggs, candy, toys and goodies to stuff in Easter baskets. Shopping malls are filled with parents and kids, waiting to take pictures with the Easter Bunny. The Easter holiday is vastly approaching; if you are looking for Easter events in the Sacramento area to enjoy with the kids, takes a look below!
A suspect car thief who had been on the run since crashing a stolen car early Wednesday morning has now been caught.
Here are five Sacramento-area events to enjoy during the Thanksgiving holiday and to add to your usual family traditions, a number of which are giving back to the community.
Treat your children to a safe Halloween this year without giving up the candy element by visiting these various Sacramento options.
Sacramento has plenty of options for playdaters this summer, and it is easy to see that fun doesn’t have to be expensive. Whether you want to enjoy the great outdoors or stay inside in air-conditioned comfort, the kids will find it hard to resist the art, music, dance, theater, sports, animals, trains and even anime and camping activities this area has to offer.
Sacramento’s perfect picnic places across the city will turn any lunchtime liaison into a picnickers paradise with activities for every outdoor enthusiast. From sports fields to rose gardens and playgrounds to bark parks, there is a little bit of everything in the five best places to bring a basket in Sacramento.
Bring your kids to meet Santa in his barn, on a train or even in a pool. And for your wee little ones who might not be quite ready yet, there’s the thrilling view of the Big Guy from the edge of the Santa Parade.
How do you protect your sanity when the kids all want to do something different? Well, you can make
everyone under the age of 12 happy, by heading to Land Park.