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Founded in 1983 and the first of its kind in the nation, the Crowden School is a coeducational day school for grades three through eight, providing a distinguished academic program with chamber music at the core.
Service and helping others – locally and globally - is in the DNA of the Harker community. More than 300 nonprofit programs are supported by Harker students through fundraisers, advocacy and awareness campaigns and volunteerism.
At Camp EDMO®, Pre-K-8th campers develop their creative capacity, unleash their inner scientist and technologist, and explore the mysteries of the natural world.
This summer, your child can explore a top campus, make friends as they master new tech skills, and join a community of more than 275,000 alumni.
TechKnowHow offers Winter & Summer Day Camps focused on Technology, Computers, Robotics and Engineering with LEGO® elements and Programming/Coding. The fun and enriching program is available to students, ages 5-15, in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Mad Science of the Bay Area serves Santa Clara County, San Mateo County, and portions of Alameda County. We bring phenomenal science edu-tainment to YOU!
From Lil’ Kickers, Lil Sluggers, Bladium International Soccer Academy, and Les Mills workouts, birthday parties, camps, and corporate events, Bladium’s action-packed club is designed to promote active, healthy lifestyles for the entire family.
Digital Media Academy offers the best hands-on technology education for kids, teens and adults on prestigious university campuses!
Musically Minded Academy is a 501c3 non-profit organization. Our mission is to build community through performance based music education. We provide instrumental and vocal music instruction as well as programs for bands and for Musical Theater.
In its 19th year, Monkey Business kids receive a distinctive classic camp experience in Tilden Park and the Pre-K program, and exciting public transit field trip camps Girls on the Go and Boys on the Go. Winner of many "Best of Camp" Awards.
Discover the Universe One Experiment at a Time!
~1st through 8th grade
~Before and after care available
~Hands-on labs, projects, free play, and camp assemblies
Exciting math and science camps in four Bay Area locations!
Run for Fun’s mission is to provide creative and engaging play for all youth by getting kids active in an inclusive community centered around outdoor fun! Summer features 4 weeks of Adventure Day Camp & 2 weeks of Camp High Five Overnight Camp.
Camp Olympia is a joy-based sports and games focused summer day camp for campers ages 5 to 15 in the East Bay. Camp Olympia offers nonstop, unplugged fun in a rich camp community rooted in closeness and a sense of belonging.
Tawonga's mission focuses on four main goals: positive self-image and self esteem, creating a cooperative community, Tikkun Olam- a partnership with nature, and spirituality and positive Jewish identification.
Vision Tech Camps is a Bay Area company offering summer computer camps and after-school activities, teaching students between the ages of 7-17 at Vision Tech centers.
Hanabi Japanese and Judo Summer Camp will be a fun, active introduction to the traditions of Japan: an adventure in physical and cultural education for children from 5 to 14.
Celebrating 17yrs: Songs , Dance, Instruments, fun!! Award winning research based, developmental family music fun for 0-7yrs
(510) 848-SING www.eastbaymusictogether.com, Facebook.
Tens of thousands of book lovers meet hundreds of acclaimed authors over an exciting weekend in downtown Berkeley, California. One of the premier literary events in the nation!
Camp Unalayee has been taking kids on outdoor adventures since 1949. Located in Northern California’s Trinity Alps, we are a non-profit, co-ed wilderness summer camp that provides meaningful outdoor experiences for children ages 10-17.
Coding school to turn students beyond just coders to create real-world applications. The camps and classes help Kids/youth and seasoned tech professionals alike stay ahead of the ever-accelerating pace of technological development.
At Galileo, our mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. By teaching kids to unlock their unique vision and creative confidence, they can turn their ideas into reality.
The East Bay Regional Park District is a system of beautiful parklands and trails in Alameda and Contra Costa counties to the east of San Francisco. The system comprises 121,397 acres in 73 parks, including over 1,250 miles of trails.
We love to make kids laugh and can provide entertainment for your next child’s birthday party, family event, or holiday gathering in the Bay Area (San Ramon, San Jose, San Francisco, Lafayette, Dublin, Oakland, Sunnyvale, Sacramento...)
The School offers a wide variety of dynamic programs for youth, teen, and adult students designed to cultivate the joy of engaging one's own creativity. www.berkeleyrep.org/school
HaoExpression was founded with the endeavor to create a place for children and adults to express themselves, combining Tamalpa Life-Art, dance, meditation and Movement-based Acting.
Rudy Candia, Artistic Director leads The School of Ballet.
Day camps in San Francisco, the Peninsula, East Bay, and South Bay for 1st-6th grades. Each week our campers try on new identities as doctors, lawyers, writers, engineers, inventors, & broadcasters. Morning & afternoon extended care options.
The International Chi Institute is proud to have provided exciting Kung Fu and Chi Kung classes for both children and adults at it's beautiful and spacious studio.
The Mission of Mad Science of Mt. Diablo is to spark the imagination and curiosity of children through fun, hands-on science programs that instill a clear understanding of what science is really about and how it affects the world around them.
Now in its 36th year, Camp Chrysalis has developed a distinctive approach to environmental education, camping in three spectacular environments: Big Sur redwoods, Mendocino coast and Sierra Nevada mountains. The best camper:staff ratio of 4:1.
CodeREV Kids was born out of a desire to fill a need in education, a need to provide a true, comprehensive technology education in a fun environment.
At NatureBridge, students study environmental science, families come together to connect with the natural world and in the summer the local kids explore the wonders of their own backyard.
Parents, Resources, & More (PRAM) is a community-driven non-profit organization formed in 1998 to support families with young children living in the Bay Area. PRAM offers an affordable venue for event rental, classes and afterschool activities.
I’m a licensed marriage and family therapist providing psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and families in Oakland, California. My practice is based on supportive listening to empower adolescents, young adults, and middle-aged adults to improve...
Ballet Flamenco Company & Dance Center specializes/offers All Level Classes in Flamenco, Spanish Dance w/castanets, Flamenco Dance Theater, Mommy & Me Spanish Dance Movement [ages 4-6], Modern Dance, Latin Fusion & Dance Movement - Ages 55+
Our goal is to show students the wonder of learning to make their own music by inspiring each student to discover their own creativity and desire to broaden and deepen their skills.
The BAY AREA WRITING PROJECT, at the University of California, Berkeley, is an organization dedicated to improving the teaching and uses of writing through a variety of programs–both on the university campus and in the schools of the Bay Area.
We are a full service family oriented martial arts studio serving ages 4 through adult. Centrally located on San Pablo Ave. in Emeryville. Our system includes techniques from karate, judo, aikido, tai chi, wing chun, vovinam and american boxing.
Emily Fox and Company helps families find balance in the present and plan for the future. We offer professional organizing and communication facilitation services to overwhelmed families in the Bay Area. Emily Fox and Company gives new peace of mi...
PAMP, Palo Alto Menlo Park Parents Club, is one of the largest parent organizations on the Peninsula with approximately 1,500 members. We are a volunteer-led nonprofit 501(c)(3). Our mission is to enrich the lives of families with young children
Toddlers in Training, PK nature School. We've created a fun educational environment where learning is the daily mission.
After School Enrichment k- 6th & After School Pick up available.