Family & Pets
Whether relaxing together over breakfast or a brew on a sunny patio, swimming and hiking along the river or participating in the Doggy Dash, there are many places in Sacramento that will help get you on the fast track to canine happiness.
Award-winning teacher Sarah Kesty is a particularly great resource for staycation ideas because she loves to celebrate life, act goofy and have a lot of fun.
Olinda Hirsch is the US Nutrition Education Program Coordinator for Sacramento. Here are five healthy tips from Hirsch on helping with your picky eaters.
What to do with the kids on a day off of school? A local expert weighs in.
The capital city rarely sees a snowflake, but local families are just a short drive away from peaks that are perfect for skiing. There is even the Burton Star Wars Experience, so your mini Jedi can use the force to get into snowboarding.
There are many free or low-cost activities for after-school time, including yo-yo lessons, homework help and fun games and crafts. Colleen Hendon of Learning Express says it is not necessary to have expensive or complex ingredients to get kids to stretch their creative muscles.
Get your child involved in martial arts at these great classes in Sacramento.
This article showcases some of the best fitness centers available in Sacramento. Each center has different benefits, memberships and services to meet a variety of needs.
Continue reading for a few hot spots to take the family for memorable photos in Sacramento.
The time of year is here again to travel around the area and look at the beautiful holiday lights and decorated yards.
This is the time of year to make memories with the family. Cutting down your Christmas tree with your children is a memory as well as a tradition to carry forward to the next generation.
People do not have to have money to spend fun times with the family, including the family pet. While we may live in Northern California, and it may not be as warm as Southern Cal, it is still warm enough to enjoy outdoor events in the winter.