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OAKLAND: Bay Area International Children Film Festival

BAICFF is a favorite playdate for the imagination and international family cinema. The highlight this year was the Q&A with First Position featured dancer Miko Fogarty and Freefall Director Luke Willis that ended late in the evening. Miko’s brother and … Continue reading

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Bay Area Science Festival: Discovery Days

A fun event that we wish would happen more than once a year! Outdoor science, perfect October weather, myriads of science experiments that will satisfy every curious mind, and surprisingly, not extremely crowded… on short a day to remember and … Continue reading

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Bay Area International Children’s Film Festival

This is one of the best annual events for us in Bay Area, found about it 3 years ago, managed to attend last year and loved it, planning to do the same for the years to come!

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FESTIVAL: Hina Matsuri

We have noticed the Japanese American Museum of San Jose for quite a while now and finally made it to a festival meant to delight little kids. Indeed it was a most delightful event and we’ll be back for the … Continue reading

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FILM: A More or Less French Weekend

Congratulations to the Winners of the Children’s Choice Awards for 2012! La Luna, by Enrico Casarosa, 7 mins, USA, 2011 Picture This, by Bobby Heaney, 15 mins, South Africa. Mobile, by Verena Fels, 6 mins, Germany, 2010 Bottle, by Kirsten … Continue reading

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BAY AREA SCIENCE FESTIVAL

BAY AREA SCIENCE FESTIVAL Calendar of Events Family Events

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Time Trek in Caesarea

Three years ago, one kid only, I was wondering if an archaeological place is a good destination for kids. It was a blast, the most interesting and imaginative playground, where ruins turn into real palaces again! This time in Israel, … Continue reading

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