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Monday, February 8, 2010

Valentine's Day with Kids in San Francisco Bay Area

Here are some lovey happenings you can do with your kids this Valentine's Day.

Habitot: Bring art supplies to make Valentines and receive a free adult admission during Habitot’s Week of Valentines. Young kids can make heart-themed art for their loved ones at different interactive stations. Come during regular hours (Monday-Thursday 9:30-12:30; Friday-Sunday 9:30-4:30) to share the love. Free adult admission with art supply donation; otherwise, regular admission rates apply ($8.50 per person). Habitot is in Berkeley.

Laurel Street Arts - you and your kids can paint your own heart shaped vases, boxes and more. An afternoon of fun! Laurel Street Arts is in San Carlos. If you can't make it there, other paint-your-own pottery places probably have some fun stuff too. Here are their weekly specials: half price studio fee for kids all day Monday. Two people can paint for one studio fee all day Thursday, (kids and/or adults). All day Sunday, two adults and two kids can paint for only $14 plus the cost of the pottery.

Children's Fairyland - February 13-14th, Children's Fairyland has a number of fun programs. Check out shows like Buki the Clown, the Frog Prince puppet show, crafts and animal of the day.

Foster City Library - make handmade valentines on February 12th, at 4 p.m. Kids over age 3 are welcome.

Michael's Arts & Crafts - has many Valentine's crafts scheduled this month. Low cost.

San Francisco Zoo - February 13-14 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Kids ages 4-14 bringing Valentine's Day cards for the animals get in free. Plus you can watch the animals will get love-themed treats.

Kids Night Out - put the kids with Habitot, the Exploratorium and Tree Frog Treks so you can enjoy a Valentine's Day out with your honey.

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