What’s Happening This Week

Find out how your kids can earn scholarship money just by bowling + giveaways and lots o’ family fun.


Win Tickets to SCR’s Family Performance

We’ve got a family 4-pack of tickets to South Coast Repertory’s family performance of “The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane.” Who wants them?


Top 7 Reasons to Get Crafty

Scissors and glitter and glue, oh my! Beyond making a good old-fashioned mess, arts and crafts offer plenty of benefits to growing kids. Those little purple fingerprints will lead to great things!


Best Spots to Get Your (Hunger) Game On

There’s no ball, no goal post, no cheerleaders and no buffalo wings involved, but archery (surprise!) can be just as addictive as any sport. And several local spots offer lessons and free trials just for kids.


Try It Out with a Free Introductory Class

You never know what hobbies your kids might love. There’s an easy way to sample, stress-free! All of the following friends of Kidsguide generously offer a free introductory class to adventurous kids.


$5 Whale Watching Cruises for Kids

There’s nothing like watching an enormous whale plunge through the ocean’s surface toward your boat. And one local cruise line is offering kids’ tickets + art classes for just 5 bucks!

The Kidsguide Directory

Lakewood Christian Schools

With over 35 years of excellence in Christian education, Lakewood Christian Schools uniquely lights the path to excellence in education, faith and service for preschoolers through eight graders. In a nurturing and loving environment, they assist parents in the maturing of their students spiritually, socially and academically. Lakewood Christian Schools is accredited by ASCI and WASC.

Shared Science

Kids engineer fun through inventive and playful classes, camps and competitive robotics. Crazy Constructors classes combine LEGO Ed with simple machines and physical science concepts that captivate K-5 brains. In Creative Computing kids use Scratch to learn beginning programming concepts, create animations, and build games.

International Water Polo Club

Both competitive and non-competitive programs, serving all communities, offered for kids as young as 3, and youth in the following age divisions: 6U, 8U, 10U, 12U, 14U, 16U, 18U, 20U, as well as adults. Kids get used to the water, strengthen their swimming skills, and are taught the basic fundamentals of water polo in a fun, safe setting. For older kids and teens, there are gender- and age-grouped programs, from the swimming novice to the experienced water polo player.