Daniela Kronenberg

How about family spring break in Austin?

Are you looking for Spring Break plans with the family? Look no further than DockerCon 2017!  Located in sunny Austin, Texas April 17-20, DockerCon provides learning and entertainment for all members of the family.



baby-moby-body-4.jpgAs part of our efforts to make DockerCon’s doors open to all, we are excited to announce that we will be partnering again this year with Big Time Kid to provide childcare at DockerCon! Gone are the days of “Mom / Dad has to stay home with the kids…” – you can now bring the whole family to DockerCon!

Childcare will be offered:

  • Monday, April 17  1:00pm – 7:30pm
  • Tuesday, April 18  8:00am – 6:30pm
  • Wednesday, April 19 8:00am – 5:30pm
  • Thursday, April 20 8:00am – 12:00pm

Following in the success of last year, we  have chosen Big Time Kid Care as our childcare provider. All caregivers and staff are certified, fully insured and experienced in child education and care with police background checks. Big Time Kid Care will be well equipped and excited to take good care of your little ones at a kid-friendly play room close to the DockerCon activities at Austin Convention Center. Games, activities, breakfast and lunch will be provided.


Interested in exploring the diverse culture of Austin? Spousetivities offers great events for partners and family members. Activities range from checking out the legendary Magnolia Market to exploring the famous Salt Lick BBQ. Spousetivities is a great opportunity to meet new folks and learn about the history of Austin. All activities are suitable for the full family, so kids are welcome as well. Check out all the “Spousetivities”planned for DockerCon week!

This year, turn DockerCon into a family affair! We hope to see you all in Austin.

DockerCon Austin

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Daniela Kronenberg

How about family spring break in Austin?

2 Responses to “How about family spring break in Austin?”

  1. Jerry Hwang

    This sounds great.
    Is the child care free and a registration required in advance?
    And is there any capacity limit? I don't want no space available to happen actually when I bring my child 🙂


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