Get Your Event on the KZOOKIDS Event Calendar – for Free!

Would you like your event listed on KZOOKIDS.com?

Usually, getting events listed on the event calendar is as simple as uploading your information to the form below. Please read the rules before submitting. All events are included at the discretion of the website.

Free listings are very short. If you would like more exposure for your event, consider an upgraded event listing for a small fee. To get the word out even more, talk to [email protected] about Featured Event Listings or other promo packages.


STEP 1: Does Your Event Qualify?

To list your event, it must meet the following criteria:

  • Geared toward families, children or parents.
  • Open to the public.
  • Only requires a one-time commitment. No ongoing camps or classes can be listed here.  Multi-day classes, seminars or other offerings that require participants to show up for more than one day will not be accepted. To promote classes or camps, contact [email protected].
  • To streamline our operations, Regular Business Open Hours are no longer listed unless a sponsorship package is purchased. To inquire about this option, please contact [email protected]

STEP 2: Completely Fill Out the Online Form Below

Once your event has been submitted, it will go into moderation. The process of approval usually takes 1-2 business days, but may take longer.

If your event is canceled or you need to make modifications to your event, email [email protected].


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