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Letter From the Publisher P. 4 PB Picks - Baby & Easter Picks P. 6 Preparing Your Child for a New Sibling P. 8


Supporting a Mom During a High Risk Pregnancy P.14 8 Tips for First-Time Sleep-Away Campers P. 18 PB Parenting 5th Annual Summer Camp Expo P. 20 Summer Camp Directory P. 22-51


Tips to Help Reduce Litter/Protect the Oceans P. 52 Family Events Calendar P. 54

ON THE COVER Having a sibling is great and two is even better! Jett. 8 years old and Lilly, 6 years old, can’t wait to spoil their new sister Daisy pictured here at 8 days old. Cover photography by WP Newborns, | | April 2019 3

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Greetings, When I had my daughter, I knew that one day she would be a big sister. The bond between siblings is incredible, my two can love each other one moment and be bickering with each other the next, but deep down I know that they are always there for each other. If you are expecting your 2nd or even your 3rd, check out page 8 for tips on how to prepare your child for a new sibling! The countdown is on! There are 45 school days (maybe less) until school ends! What are you going to do this summer? PB Parenting is back with our 8th annual Summer Camp Directory! We have a variety of camps to appeal to your child’s interest and your budget. Check it out starting on page 22. Don’t miss our 5th annual Summer Camp Expo and Family Fun Day where you can meet camps in person! Mark your calendar for Sunday April 28th from 10 AM - 1 PM! Meet over 40 camps, gather information and ask questions all while the kids have a fun time at The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium! We will have fun activities for the kids! First 200 adults are FREE! After that adults are only $7 (normally $16.95). Children are FREE from 10 AM - 1PM! Thank you to Brian D. Guralnick Injury Lawyers for covering the cost of the first 200 adult entrants, and thank you to The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium for the reduced admission and hosting the event. Make sure to stop by the PB Parenting table to pick up your “Passport to Summer”. One lucky attendee will win a FREE week of camp (up to a $250 value!). Hope to see you there! Happy Parenting,

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Itzy Ritzy mini diaper bags have all the flexibility of their larger backpacks at a smaller size. Check out the variety of colors: Black, Blush, Taupe and Grey. Hands-free in a hurry! The mini backpack diaper is the perfect size to grab and go for quick outings or when you only need to bring along the essentials. Don’t let its size fool you – the mini backpack has eight pockets (four internal and four external) and includes a matching changing pad. It also features Itzy Ritzy’s signature rubber feet that protect the base of the bag from dirty surfaces and wear and tear. The comfortable backpack straps allow you to be hands-free and ready to explore with your little one! For more information go to ZOOCCHINI’s grip+easy™ Comfort Crawler Legging & Sock Sets are designed to be fun and functional wearables which support and enhance your baby’s crawling instincts, a natural developmental progress to standing, walking and running! Cute & stylish, combined with modern, innovative design features, these are better than ordinary footless tights. Moms will love this soft knit that is comfortable for baby and protects your little darlings’ knees from bruises and scrapes when they are curiously crawling about. Free pair of matching socks with skid proof included! Perfect for the crawling-walking transition! For more information go to

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Preparing Your Child for a New Sibling Preparing Kids The arrival of a new baby can bring many changes to a family. Parents spend a lot of energy on preparations, and after the baby arrives, much of the family’s attention involves caring for the newborn. All this change can be hard for older siblings to handle. It’s common for them to feel jealousy toward the newborn and to react to the upheaval by acting out. But parents can prepare kids for an addition to the family. Discussing the pregnancy in terms that make sense to kids, making some arrangements, and including kids in the care of the newborn can make things easier for everyone. During Pregnancy To tell a child about an impending sibling, consider your own comfort level and your child’s maturity level. Preschoolers, for example, may not grasp concepts of time, so it might not mean much if you say that the baby will arrive in a few months. It may be more useful to explain that the baby will arrive in a particular season, such as winter or when it’s cold outside. How much detail should you provide? Let your child’s questions be your guide. For example, a 4-year-old child may ask: “Where do babies come from?” Despite how it sounds, the child isn’t asking you to explain sex but probably wants to know where, literally, they come from. It may be

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enough to explain: “The baby comes from the uterus, which is inside the mother’s belly.” A child who wants to know more will ask. If your child shows more interest in the baby, you can encourage that by: • • • • • •

going through your child’s baby pictures reading books about childbirth (make sure they’re age-appropriate) visiting friends who have infants packing a bag for the hospital thinking of potential baby names going to the doctor to hear the baby’s heartbeat

Also look into sibling birth classes, which many hospitals offer to provide orientation for soon-to-be brothers and sisters. These classes can include lessons on how to hold a baby, explanations of how a baby is born, and opportunities for kids to discuss their feelings about having a new brother or sister. Planning for Childbirth As your due date draws near, make arrangements for older kids for the time when you’re in the hospital. Discuss these plans so kids know what to expect when the day arrives. Consider letting your child visit you in the hospital as soon as possible after the baby is born, ideally when no other visitors are

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around — this helps reinforce the birth as an intimate family event. Try to keep routines as regular as possible in the days and weeks around the baby’s arrival. If you plan to make any room shifts to accommodate the baby, do it a few weeks before your due date. If your child is approaching a major milestone, like potty training or moving from a crib to a bed, try to make those changes well before your due date or put them off until after the baby has been home for a while. Bringing the New Baby Home Once the baby is home, you can help your other kids adjust to the changes. Include them as much as possible in the daily activities involving the baby so that they don’t feel left out.


Many kids want to help take care of a new baby. Though that “help” may mean that each task takes longer, it can give an older child a chance to interact with the baby in a positive way. Depending on their age, a big brother or sister may want to entertain the baby during a diaper change, help push the carriage, talk to the baby, or help dress, bathe, or burp the baby. If your child expresses no interest in the baby, don’t be alarmed and don’t force it. It can take time. Some occasions, like breastfeeding, excludes older kids. For these times, try to have toys on hand so that you can feed the baby without being interrupted or worrying about an older child feeling left out. Take advantage of chances for one-on-one time with older kids. Spend time together while the baby is sleeping and, if possible, set aside time each day for older kids to get one parent’s undivided attention. Knowing that there’s special time just for them may help ease any resentment or anger about the new baby.

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Continue to send your older child to childcare or to school, if you’re able. It’s normal to feel guilty about sending your older child away since now you’re home with the new baby (and if you’re home, you might feel that everyone should be). But keeping normal routines is helpful for siblings. And this time can give you precious one-on-one time with the baby that you might not otherwise have. When your older child comes home from childcare or school, plan for some quality family time.

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Supporting a Mom During High Risk Pregnancy BY SARAH LYONS My first three pregnancies were easy. I is usually worried about the health of felt great, barely had morning sickness, the baby, or babies, as well as herself. remained active, and was able to She may also be concerned about maintain all of my pre-pregnancy her other household or work-related activities. Then I experienced a triplet responsibilities which she may not be pregnancy. Everything I knew about able to keep up on due to bed rest or pregnancy went out the window when the physical limitations of pregnancy. I found out at 21 weeks I was expecting, Having someone to talk with can be not one, but three babies. My head spun very therapeutic. When you visit, listen as the doctor told me my first goal was attentively and offer support. A short to make it three more weeks, which is email or text shows you care while considered viability - 24 weeks gestation leaving it in her hands to respond when and when a child will have a chance of it’s most convenient. survival outside the womb. For weeks Visit after receiving the news, I barely slept but Many moms with a high risk pregnancy read every book and blog I could find on are put on bed rest at home or in the triplets, high order multiples pregnancy, hospital. While resting in bed may sound and prematurity. The information was like a nice vacation for a busy mom, it overwhelming and terrifying. Once I is extremely boring and typically gives came out of shock, I realized I had to mom too much time for worrying. move forward with a new normal for the “One of my friends would visit and ask health of my babies. Thankfully, I received what needed to be done.” says Robin a lot of support from my friends and Wahrenbrock from Missouri. Bed rest family. is very lonely and a visitor can really Listen brighten mom’s day. Offer to deliver A high risk pregnancy is stressful. Mom fast food or homemade meals to her,

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especially if she is in the hospital. A care package with movies, magazines, and treats is also nice when stuck in bed. Help with the older kids Mom may feel like she is letting down her older kids because she can not be her usual self. Show support by offering to pick up the kids, even if it’s just for a couple hours. Driving the kids to school How to Survive Hospital Bed Rest Hospital bed rest is a totally different experience than resting at home. The four walls of the hospital room can feel like a prison after looking at them for days or weeks on end. Here are some ways to survive hospital bed rest. Sleep - Often it’s hard to get a good night’s sleep in the hospital. Taking naps throughout the day is healthy for mom and baby and passes the time. Accept visitors - If someone offers to visit, accept their offer. It’s always nice to have someone new to talk to. Comforts - Bring as many comforts from home as you can. Having a favorite pillow or photos of loved ones can do a lot to encourage you. Go for a ride - Ask if you are allowed to go for a ride in a wheelchair. A change of scenery, even for a few minutes, can make a big difference. Throw a party - Ask friends or family to bring dinner to you. Watch a movie together or just chat. Make it a weekly event so you have something to look forward to. One day at a time - It’s easy to get overwhelmed when the days are long and boring. Try to take one day at a time and remain positive. Each day that passes is allowing baby to grow bigger and stronger.

or activities is also a big help. Keeping the kids in their regularly scheduled activities helps lessen the anxiety they feel with the changes at home. Stop by the store Offer to pick up a few things the family needs if you will be out running errands. Many grocery stores now offer drive through pick up. Have the family order and pay for groceries online, then pick them up and deliver them. Offering to help put them away is appreciated. If mom is allowed ride in a wheelchair during her outings, offer to drive her to the store and assist as she tries to get her shopping done. Provide a meal Providing meals for the family during a high risk pregnancy is a huge help. The family, including mom, need to eat three meals a day. Bring easy to heat up casseroles and freezer meals or stock the pantry with quick fix meals and snacks. Also consider simple to prepare food for lunch and breakfast. Try setting up a meal train for other friends and family to bring meals as well. Help around the house When faced with the questions of “How can I help?”, it is often difficult for mom to come up with an exact answer. Things you can consider just doing include sweeping the floor, folding loads of laundry, vacuuming, or doing dishes. Even a little bit of tidying up can make a big difference. Consider hiring a cleaning service for the family until mom is back on her feet. Checkups A high risk pregnancy usually warrants extra check ups. “I looked forward to the weekly scans.” says Loretta Jones, mom of triplets. “I only made it to 27 weeks, which was incredibly scary, but I felt better because I had just been at the doctor two days before.” Having weekly

checkups and ultrasounds are common for high risk pregnancies and it can really put a mom’s mind at ease when you are given a thumbs up for the day. During high risk pregnancy, mom often feels overwhelmed with the things she is missing due to bed rest including time with her spouse and other children, her work, and normal daily responsibilities. Combined with the worrying about her and the baby’s health, it is an extremely stressful time. By assisting with the basic needs of the family like cooking, cleaning, errands, and being a sounding board for her concerns and fears, you will relieve some of the stress so mom can focus on the health of herself and her child. Sarah Lyons spent five weeks on bed rest during her high risk triplet pregnancy. She feels that even though it was a difficult time, it was worth it to let the babies continue to grow before their birth six weeks premature.

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8 Tips For First-Time Sleepaway Campers – And Their Parents BY TANNI HAAS, PH.D. There are few things more exciting in a kid’s life than their first sleepaway camp. How do you prepare a kid – and yourself – for this big event? Drawing on my own experiences as the parent of a 15-year-old boy who’s a happy camper, as well as conversations with other parents, I’ve identified 8 things you should do. Prepare For Camp Together You want your kids to take ownership of this exciting experience. To do that, prepare for camp together: shop together for all the stuff on the packing list and pack jointly using luggage that isn’t too difficult to carry. You should also build excitement by talking to your kids about all the incredible things they’re going to experience, and explain the rules and expectations of the camp. Pack Clothing For All Kinds Of Weather When you pack your kids’ clothes, don’t pack their best items. Whether it’s a sports camp or any other type of camp, there are likely to be outdoor activities where clothing will get stained, torn, or ruined. Pack their most durable clothes, and make sure that there are clothes for all kinds of weather – both sunny, warm days and rainy, cool days. Most importantly, label everything with your kids’ names. A good friend of ours forgot to do that for their daughter’s first sleepaway

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camp. She came home with all kinds of wild clothes they’d never seen before. Have a Sleepover – Or Two Your kids are going to be away from you, possibly for the first time, for an extended period of time. Some kids have absolutely no problem adjusting; others might need to dip their feet in the water slowly, so to speak. Organize a couple of sleepovers with their friends – and do it at their friends’ houses – to get them used to being away from you. Speak to Parents In Your Neighborhood No matter how confident your kids are that they’re going to be just fine without you, it’s always a good idea to bring them some comfort from home to camp. Reach out to other parents from your kids’ school or your neighborhood to see if they plan on sending their kids to the same camp. Most camps let parents request that their kids bunk with one or more of their regular friends. They’re going to meet lots of other kids and make lots of new friends as well. Contribute Money To The Candy Store Most sleepaway camps have a store where kids can buy candy with money that parents have contributed to an account. Ask the camp director what amount parents typically contribute to this account – and then contribute the same amount. Kids

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compare themselves to other kids, and no kid wants to be the odd one out with less money to buy candy than everyone else. Conversely, you don’t want to overcontribute to the candy account. Communication and Care Packages Find out what the camp’s policy is when it comes to communicating with your kids via email, letters and care packages. Are you allowed a certain number of emails or letters? How many care packages are you permitted to send, and are their rules about what you can and can’t send? If you’re allowed to include toys in the care packages, choose things that your kids can enjoy together with the other campers, like Frisbees and playing cards, instead of toys that only they can enjoy themselves. For our son’s first sleepaway camp, my spouse and I sent several decks of playing cards with the first care package. The kids ended up playing cards with the camp counselors until late at night.

Don’t Hang Around Too Long When You Arrive When you finally arrive at camp for the drop-off, do yourself – and your kids – the favor and leave once they’re settled in. Bring them to their cabin, help them unpack if necessary, and then extract yourself as quickly as possible. Your kids are eager to meet all the other kids, and there’s nothing as embarrassing as a parent who lingers for what appears to be no good reason. Let them start bonding to and connecting with their counselors and the other kids. Don’t Worry - They’re Going To Be Fine Once you’re back in the car, take a deep breath, and then head home. Your kids are going to be fine and so will you. Trust me. Tanni Haas, Ph.D. is a Professor in the Department of Communication Arts, Sciences and Disorders at the City University of New York – Brooklyn College.

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PB Parenting Helps Parents Connect With Local Summer Camps at 5th Annual Summer Camp Expo at the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium Join PB Parenting Magazine on Sunday, April 28th and meet over 40 camps in person and gather information and ask questions all while the kids have a fun time! Activities for the kids including face painting, arts and crafts, fun science experiments and more! Plus you can explore everything the Science Center has to offer such as the Discovery Center, playground, mini golf and outdoor Fisher Family Science trail that just opened! Win a FREE week of Camp! Pick up your “Passport to Summer” at the PB Parenting table and complete it for a chance to win a free week from any of the camps present at the event (up to a $250 value).

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DIRECTORY Aloha Surf and Watersports Camp Surf Camp for ages 6-12: 9am - 1pm $200. Aftercare available 1pm - 2pm. Watersports Camp for ages 7-12: 9am – 3pm; $295. Teenager Camp for ages 13+: 9:30am – 3pm; $295. Before & after care available 8-9am and 3-4pm. All instructors are CPR certified, all equipment provided, sibling discounts available. Students will learn proper surfing technique, ocean safety, advanced surfing skills, dodgeball, snorkeling, and surf contest. In Watersports Camp; students will also learn to surf, and about ocean safety and rip-current awareness. Students enjoy the aqua park, water trampolines, go tubing and splashmats! To register call 561-543-7873 or American Heritage Summer Day Camps Creating memories that last a lifetime, American Heritage Summer Day Camps provide summer activities in six different camp opportunities. Day Camp is filled with daily swimming, indoor and outdoor sports, art projects, games, field trips, carnivals, special events and more. Specialty Camps inspire young enthusiasts in Robotics, Science Adventure, Musical Theatre, Art, and

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Video Production. Free bus transportation is provided to areas throughout Palm Beach and Broward Counties.  6200 Linton Blvd, Delray Beach.  Call 561.637.2440 or visit artNEST Delray Let’s Make Art!! artNEST Delray has camps! Join us for weeks of fun exploring different mediums, artists and styles as your child taps into their naturally creative minds and lets loose in our studio. Ages 3+ and no experience necessary. 9am-12pm each week day on designated weeks. No pressure, you can sign up for the whole week or pick specific days. Check out our website for dates, details & registration  Arts Garage “Set the Stage” is a unique summer camp where young artists learn about all aspects of theatre. From set design to writing and performance, participants will have the opportunity to use their imaginations and work together to create their own production. This is an exciting multidisciplinary experience for youth to explore their talents in a fun and inspiring environment. Mondays - Fridays, 9am - 4pm; June 3 - June 21 (for ages 6-9); June 24 - July 12 (for ages 10-12); July 15 - August 2 (for ages 13-17).


2019 SUMMER CAMP DIRECTORY $600, scholarships available. For more information call 561-450-6357 or visit events/kids-classes/. Black Dog Productions Performing Arts Summer Camp offers a full summer of engaging theme weeks filled with improv, skits, arts & crafts, music & movement, theater games and more for kids ages 5-12. Campers will prepare an end-of-week showcase for friends and family each week. Discounts for multiple weeks and siblings. Camps run MonFri, 9am to 3pm, with extended hours available. Visit or call 561.308.2975 for more information. No audition necessary!

Boca Raton Museum Art School Weekly art camp for ages 5 -12 from 9:00am – 4:00pm, early and after care are available. Themed weeks of camp include Cartooning, #D sculpture, Creatures in the Wild, Art Around the World, and Painting from life. Professional art teachers lead fun creative art projects in painting, drawing and sculpting.   For more information please call 561.392.2503 or visit  Located at 801 W. Palmetto Park Road in Boca Raton.

The Breakers Golf & Tennis Summer Camp We invite Don’t miss our Summer Camp Expo! April 28th campers ages 6 to 13 to join us at The 10AM-1PM at the South Florida Science Center! Breakers for one of the most well-rounded,

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performance-based camp experiences in the country. These full and half-day camps provide comprehensive instruction, funfilled skills and game competitions, a variety of indoor and outdoor activities including swimming, and much more under the guidance of highly-skilled and certified golf and tennis instructors. Summer Camp runs from June 10 - August 23, Monday - Friday.  Full Day: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.; Half Day Golf: 9 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.; Half Day Tennis: 11:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.  To register call 561.422.4914 or visit 

Breakers West Country Club Calling all campers for a summer of fun! Children ages 4-15 are invited to join us at Breakers West for an unforgettable summer complete with golf, tennis, swimming, wildlife demonstrations, science experiments, magic shows, arts & crafts,

A Premier 3 & 6 Week Coed Camp in the Catskill Mountains of New York!

Iroquois Springs is a place where campers build confidence, independence, resilience and lifelong friendships. Campers enjoy an extensive variety of activities and healthy challenges that allow them to find personal success. But the real magic of Iroquois Springs is the people, who define who we are and why we call Iroquois Springs our “summer home”. Join us for adventure, arts, sports, aquatics and so much more!

Get ready to make a lifetime of memories!

(845) (845) 434-6500 434-6500 Get Into the Swing of Summer Ages 6 – 13 June 10 – August 23* Monday-Friday


- Taught by highly-skilled and certified golf and tennis professionals - Fun and engaging learning environment - Comprehensive instruction - Rules and etiquette - Week-long skills and game competitions - Indoor and outdoor activities - And much more Information and registration: (561) 422-4914 *No Camp July 1-5

Two South County Rd., Palm Beach, FL 33480

2019 SUMMER CAMP DIRECTORY theme weeks, family cook outs, Kids’ Club and so much more! Summer Camp runs from June 3 through August 16, Monday – Friday from 8:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. Before- and after-care is also available. To register call 561.283.1062 or visit www. Bright Beginnings Adventure Camp offers the Greenacres and Lake Worth area’s BEST day camping experience. We offer FULL DAY camp all summer for children ages 5-12 years old. Campers will enjoy different activity themes each week, field trips, computers, sports and more - breakfast, lunch and snack included! Before and aftercare are available! FREE VPK also available. Starts June 3rd 8am to 3pm daily. Visit for more information or call 561.629.8005. 3456 S. Jog Rd., Greenacres.

SUMMER CAMP 2019 Calling all sports-minded, adventure-seeking, nature-loving kids for a summer of fun: Daily Golf, Tennis, & Swimming | Arts & Crafts Magic Shows | Science Projects | Wildlife Demonstrations Family Cookouts | Theme Weeks | Kids’ Club & More

To register, call (561) 283-1062 or email 1550 Flagler Parkway, West Palm Beach, FL 33411

AGES 4-15 June 3 – August 16 Monday – Friday 8:45 AM – 3 PM Before- and after-care available.

Brighthouse Day Camp Choose from two amazing camps this summer! Both camps are 9am – 4pm with before and after care available, grades K-8th. Brighthouse Day Camp (held at Somerset Academy) is both a Sports & General Camp which offers a special place where your camper can call it their “Summer Home.”  Kids can enjoy just being kids, and the top priorities are participation, learning and FUN in a safe, familyoriented environment.  YES Basketball Academy (held at First United Methodist Church) will offer skills drills to players of all levels and abilities. For more info call Yale David at 561.738.1984 or visit Camp Gardens Exciting camps for kids of all kinds! Spend a week or the entire summer in a

Let Summer Adventure begin in a safe, clean, and a happy place to learn and discover the best experiences!


* Field Trips * Zoo * Parks * Art * Sports * Science * Petting Zoo * Bounce Houses * Water Slides * And so much more! * For Ages 5 - 12

561-802-9090 3092 Forest Hill Blvd. • Palm Springs Lic. #50-51-1695935



This summer, join us for one of the most well-rounded, performance-based golf camp experiences in the country. Under the tutelage of highly skilled and certified golf professionals, campers enjoy comprehensive instruction, week-long skills and game competitions, and more in a fun and positive learning environment. For ages 6-13. MONDAY – FRIDAY | 9AM – 1PM Registration: (561) 422-4568 *No camp July 1-5.

Located at Breakers West Country Club

1550 Flagler Pkwy. | West Palm Beach, FL 33411

2019 SUMMER CAMP DIRECTORY variety of fun half-day and full-day camps for ages 4-17. Choose from Classic Day Camp, Sports R Us, Tennis, Golf, Fishing, Art, Dance, Theater, Music, Science, Cooking, Teen programs and much more. Camps run from June 3 – August 9. For more information or to register, go to or call 561.630.1100. Camp Pembroke In the special sisterhood of Jewish camp JUST for GIRLS, social pressures fade so girls can thrive. At Massachusetts’s Camp Pembroke, girls feel safe to be themselves, try new things, and grow into the person they want to be—amid plentiful arts, sports, electives and FUN. Parents love how their daughters “feel strong,” like they “belong to something,” gaining “respect for ‘self’ as a woman, Jew, and individual.” Learn s’more & request a phone call: Casperey Stables Horse Camp is a small, funfilled day camp for children ages 7-14.  With three riding opportunities each day, arts & crafts and outdoor games, our campers find little time to be bored.  Our low counselor/child ratio ensures your child will receive individual attention.  There’s a weekly water playday and each session ends with a horse show and Family BBQ!  Call soon, this small, quality program fills quickly!  Loxahatchee.  Visit, check out their Facebook page or call 561.792.4990. Circle F Dude Ranch Summer Camp SLEEPOVER Summer camp for boys & girls 6-16. Two week, three week & 7 day sessions. Campers can choose from 40+ activities including horseback riding, swimming in a magnificent

waterfront, arts and crafts, adventure activities such as sports, paint ball, rock climbing, and so much more. Each camper has an individual daily schedule based on his/her choices. Make friendships that will last a lifetime! Located in Lake Wales, Florida. For more information visit www.circlefduderanchcamp. com or call 863.676.4113. City of West Palm Beach City Fun Summer Camps…join us this summer for a whole lot of City Fun! Choose from Day Camps, Sailing Camp, Swim Lessons, Sk8 Camps, Dance & Cheer Camps, our Counselor-inTraining Program and more! Registration for residents and non-residents now open! For complete details and to register visit www. or call 561.804.4900. Delray Beach Playhouse The Delray Beach Playhouse’s annual, summer camp program is a by-auditiononly theatre program, in which campers gain hands-on experience in: Musical Theatre, Acting, Dance, Voice, and Technical Production. The program culminates in live, showcase performances in the Delray Beach Playhouse’s main theatre. Campers will experience the joy of live theatre, while also building selfconfidence, engaging their imaginations, and learning the importance of teamwork. Our 2019 summer program will culminate in over two-weeks of live, showcase performances of DISNEY AND CAMERON MACKINTOSH’S MARY POPPINS JR. and LEGALLY BLONDE THE MUSICAL JR. For more information visit https:// Delray Beach Summer Camps Happy kids! So much fun! Surf Adventure Camp, Anchor Park,

2019 SUMMER CAMP DIRECTORY June 3 - Aug 9, Ages 5-15; Kids Rule Golf & Academy, Delray Beach Golf Club, June 11 - Aug. 8 (Tues., Wed., & Thurs. Only), Ages 6-16; Junior Lifeguard Program, Anchor Park, June 3-7 and June 17-21, Ages 9-16; Tennis Summer Camp, Delray Beach Tennis Center, June 3 - Aug. 9, Ages 5-18; Skateboarding Camp, Hobbit Skate Park, June 10 - Aug. 2, Ages 5-13; Catherine Strong Exploration Camp, Catherine Strong Splash Park, June 10 - Aug. 2, Ages 5-11; Delray Beach Community Center June 10 - Aug. 2, Ages 5-12; Pompey Park Community Center June 10 - Aug. 2, Ages 5-12. For more information visit or call 561-2437000 x5220. Doodle Day Camp combines summer fun and learn-throughplay so that your child stays active and never stops learning. With exciting themes, special events and field trips, Doodle Day Camp is the ultimate summer vacation for children ages 3-12. Doodle Day Camp allows you to pick your schedule and offers extended hours (6:30am – 6:30pm) so you can create a camp that’s convenient for your family. Whether it’s building a volcano, playing a soccer match, exploring nature or creating a masterpiece, children have a safe, happy place to have the ultimate summer vacation. Check out our website for a complete schedule of themes. Space is limited! Request your schedule and preenroll online today! Engineering For Kids Come join our Engineering/Science Summer Camp and your child will have a BLAST while they learn in a fun, supportive environment. Children ages 6 - 14, will be able to solve Minecraft

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engineering challenges, battle robots, build & launch rockets, race dragsters, create their own sailboat and more as they learn the science behind it all. Monday through Friday, 9am-5pm (extended hours available). Multiple Palm Beach County locations are available. Please register early since camps fill up. For more information go to www. or email Genie’s Gymnastics Camp is very flexible, you can do it daily, weekly or any combination.  9 am-4 pm.  Early drop off and late pick up available.  5-15 years.  Camp includes gymnastics as well as activities such as arts and crafts, painting, Spanish classes, board games etc.  For more information and to register call 561.868.0288 or visit www. Gymnastics Revolution Camp Gymnastics Camp at The Gymnastics Revolution is filled with fun days of gymnastics, games, fitness, movies, crafts, field trips and more!  Your child will learn a ton from our professional, certified and fun gymnastics coaches who will engage your children at every turn.  Come and enjoy our 23,000 sq. foot facility with in ground pits and 30ft trampolines.  Weekly themes include Mad Science, Olympic Week, Cooking with Chef David and more!  Ages 4-13. 8:00am – 5:30pm Monday through Friday.  June 3 – August 9.  Cost: $50 - $210.  6714 White Dr., West Palm Beach.  For more information visit Summer or call 561-848-4577.

DELRAY BEACH SUMMER CAMPS happy kids! so much fun!

Surf Adventure Camp Anchor Park, June 3 - Aug 9, Ages 5-15


Kids Rule Golf & Academy Delray Beach Golf Club, June 11 - Aug. 8 (Tues., Wed., & Thurs. Only), Ages 6-16 Junior Lifeguard Program Anchor Park, June 3-7 and June 17-21, Ages 9-16 Tennis Summer Camp TS! SPOR Delray Beach Tennis Center, June 3 - Aug. 9, Ages 5-18 Skateboarding Camp Hobbit Skate Park, June 10 - Aug. 2, Ages 5-13 Catherine Strong Exploration Camp Catherine Strong Splash Park, June 10 - Aug. 2, Ages 5-11



Delray Beach Community Center June 10 - Aug. 2, Ages 5-12 Pompey Park Community Center June 10 - Aug. 2, Ages 5-12

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And more… 0% Financing Available - Register now with a deposit. Summer Camp starts June 3rd Locations in Boca Raton & Delray Beach Monday to Friday Regular Hours are 8am. To 5pm. For K - 6th. Graders from any School Tuition starts at $200. per week Plus a $50. registration fee.

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Home Away From Home The summer program for 5-10 year olds at Home Away From Home has a unique blend of fun and learning in a safe and nurturing environment. Our calendar is full of busy time including exciting daily field trips, fun in campus activities, special guest visitors like the zoo, bounce houses, theme parties, water play, playground activities, visits to the park, nature walks, cooking activities and much much more!  4 convenient locations in Wellington, Royal Palm Beach, East Boynton Beach and West Boynton Beach! Coming soon: West Palm Beach, Casselberry/Orlando & Jensen Beach. For more information visit www. or call 1-877.94.CHILD (24453).   Don’t miss our Summer Camp Expo! April 28th 10AM-1PM at the South Florida Science Center!



Science • Literature • Arts • Math SUMMER SESSION: June 3 – August 2

AGES: 8-12

Visit online for full class descriptions and schedules:

Questions? Contact us!

Only at the Boca Raton Campus | 801 Palm Beach State College Dr.


Iroquois Springs Located in the southern Catskill Mountains, just 90 miles from NYC, Iroquois Springs is a traditional coed summer camp. Iroquois Springs is a place where campers build confidence, independence, resilience and lifelong friendships. Campers enjoy an extensive variety of activities and healthy challenges that allow them to find personal success. But the real magic of Iroquois Springs is the people, who define who we are and why we call Iroquois Springs our“summer home”. For more information call 845.434.6500 or visit Jewish Camp of The Arts When we say “Summer camp” we mean fun, fun & more fun! At Jewish Camp of the Arts we are celebrating 31 years of camping. We offer a true feeling of the camp spirit. The day is





Improv, music, theater games, tech design, arts & crafts, and much more! ______ NEW THEME EVERY WEEK • AGES 5-12 NO AUDITION NECESSARY ______ 9192 Forest Hill Boulevard Kobosko’s Crossing Wellington, FL 33411


filled with uplifting cheers, art, sports, kids in the kitchen, electives, family barbecue and challah bake, overnight, grand trip to Orlando and other adventurous trips and “out of the box” activities. Themes include, Critters around us, Up in the sky, Inventors work shop week, Pokemon Palooza, Arts galore, Social media week, Shipwreck Fiesta, Slimy slime. To enroll call 561.624.7004 or visit John Webster Golf Academy Summer Golf Camp Under the tutelage of highlyskilled and certified golf professionals, campers ages 6 to 13 enjoy comprehensive golf instruction, club fitting, skills and game competitions, indoor/outdoor activities and so much more in a fun and positive environment. This half-day Golf Camp is available June

SUMMER CAMP BLAST 4 locations! Ages 5-10 Wellington • Royal Palm Beach East Boynton Beach • West Boynton Beach Coming Soon: West Palm Beach, Casselberry/Orlando & Jensen Beach

• Exciting Field Trips • Fun in Campus Activities • Water Play • Sports • Art & Crafts • Cooking Activities • Meals Included

Embark on new adventures, make lasting friendships and create unforgettable memories this summer as you enjoy a variety of enriching, educational and outrageously fun activities! Call 1-877-94-CHILD for more information.

Infants–PreK • FREE VPK Classes Aftercare • Summer Camp Lic#50-511173543, Lic#50-511566127, Lic#50-511642214, Lic#50-511837824

17 - August 16, Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Camp is located at Breakers West Country Club. To register, call 561.422.4568 or visit jwga. Jupiter Pointe Summer Camp in Tequesta is not just a regular summer camp, it’s a camp filled with tons of fun and adventure! Kids ages 6-14 take fun filled trips to local area beaches & sandbars and spend time paddling, kayaking, fishing, playing field & water games, and jumping in the bounce house while cooling off in the dunk tank. There is plenty of swimming in the cove and the pool and plenty of toys and sports equipment are available for all the games and activities. Beach party & BBQ Fridays with the tiki grill is a great way to end a fun week! For more information visit and feel free to message

Gallery & School of Art

Classes for Everyone! (561) 575-2672 1001 East Indiantown Road Jupiter, FL 33477

2019 SUMMER CAMP DIRECTORY us on Facebook or call 561-746-6691. Kids Choice Sports, Dance and Fitness!  Offers campers fun and games, arts and crafts, snacks, free play, bounce house, movies, lunch (included for ¾ and full day campers), and of course, LOTS of sports! Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Circus Arts and much more! Ages 3 & 4 may come ½ day, ages 5 and older may come ½, ¾, or full day.  Early drop off and late pick ups are available. For more information call 561-998-4225 or visit www.gokidschoice. com.  Be sure to sign up well in advance as space can fill up quickly!

Kids Need More Art “Color Our World” with Kids Need More Art’s 2019 Summer Art Series for elementary aged artists ages 5-12! Offered weekly Take a Bite out of Summer… by……… Presented by from June 3rd to August 9th at the Jupiter a bite out of Summer... Presented Take a Take Bite out of at Summer… Sandoway HousePresented by……… studio in Downtown Abacoa, as well as atatSandoway Discovery Center Sandoway House Nature Center select weeks in West Palm Beach at the Nature Center beautiful 135-acre preserve of the Pine Jog Shark Months Environmental Education Center, with a June 1-August 31 new theme every week! Full and extended JUNE 1 - August 31 day options available at both locations.  Make now for JUNE 1 -reservations August 31 a field trip which includes a For more information call 561.746.4576, email or shark feeding! • 100 genuine shark and ray jaws including a Great White visit • NEW this year…fossil and modern Sawfish and Saw sharks!


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Kravis ArtsCamp ArtsCamp 2019 at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts will run June 3-21. Youth ages 9-11 will explore •Shark Feedings•Admission Tues Tues-Sat Sat atis10:30am and Sundays at 1:30pm only $4 per person ages 3 and up. theater, dance, vocal music •Admission is only $4 per person ages 3 and up. For more information ormation call: 561-274-7263 561 or visit our website at: and technical theater, while For more information ormation call: 561-274-7263 561 or visit our website at: 142 S. Ocean Blvd. creating an original production to be 142 S. Ocean Blvd. For more info call 561.274.7263 performed on June 21. Classes are from or visit our website at 9am – 4pm Monday through Friday. 142 S. Ocean Blvd. • Delray Beach Aftercare is available for an additional fee. Hours: Participants are selected by interview and Tues.-Sat. 10 am-4 pm the cost of the 3-week camp is $675. To Sundays 12 pm-4pm • Take a photo with a Giant Megalodon Jaw •Hawaiian•Fossil Shark dig Tooth Weapons! find aam shark tooth! • Shark Feedings Tues. - Sat. atto10:30 and Sun. at 1:30 PM •Fossil dig to find a in shark tooth! • Stingray feedings Tues. - Sat. at 2:45pm •Take a photo a giant Megalodon Jaw! •Takeonly aFeedings photo inTues aperson giant Jaw! • Admission $5 per 3 and upSundays at 1:30pm •Shark Tues-Sat SatMegalodon atages 10:30am and

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apply visit or call 561.651.4251. The Lake Worth Playhouse will be offering two summer camp sessions, culminating in fullscale productions of Seussical the Musical Jr. from June 6-29 and Little Mermaid from July 11 – August 3. Campers will be engaged in studio-style rehearsals for music, dance and production. Ages 8 – 14; $600 per child. Campers 12+ will also participate in behindthe-scenes roles and other theatre-related education. The Lake Worth Playhouse is located at 713 Lake Ave. in Lake Worth. For more information, call (561) 586-6410 or visit Learning Wonderland Preschool Let summer

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Jewish Camp of the Arts Celebrating 31 Years of Dedicated Service!

Reserve Your Spot Today! • Summer Camp Early Bird Special $159 per Week • Themed Weeks • Experienced, Warm and Caring Counselors • Music, Arts, Outings, Electives, Kids in the Kitchen, Mad Science, Robotics, Stem, Soccer & Sports, Swimming, and More! • Barbecues, Late Nights, Grand Orlando Trip, Art Exhibition, Family Olympic Night, Challah Bake, Shabbos Celebrations • Age-Appropriate Activities • Healthy Lunches and Snacks

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WWW.JEWISHCAMPOFTHEARTS.ORG 844 Prosperity Farms Rd. | North Palm Beach, FL 33408 | (561) 624 7004

2019 SUMMER CAMP DIRECTORY adventure begin in a safe, clean, and a happy place to learn and discover the best experiences! Our summer program includes field trips to the zoo, parks, different activities centers, in campus activities such as bounce houses, water slides, sports, art, science, and so much more! Also, we provide enrichment program for children to review school material in a fun way to boost children’s academic knowledge and skills. Summer Camp is for children ages 5-12 years old. We are located at 3092 Forest Hill Blvd. in Palm Springs. For more information, please, call us at 561.802.9090, or visit our website at Register before April 15th and SAVE up to 10%! Legends of Xscape Escape Room Camp Keep your kids engaged this summer with Escape Room Camp while having STEM-

ulating fun!! Complete escape rooms, go behind the scenes to learn how it works, build Arduino puzzles, and more. Ages 8-14; 8:30am – 4:30pm. Located in West Palm Beach. For more info call 561-4060611 or visit


Lighthouse ArtCenter The 49th Annual Summer ArtCamp will feature Seussical the Musical Jr. June 6-29 Performances: painting, sculpture, 6/27-6/28 11:00a & 2:00p | 6/23 2:00p ceramics and technology! Children will create a dynamic portfolio of multi-media projects, including fired ceramic pieces, each week. Before-care, after-care, sibling discounts and scholarships available. Ages 6-12.  The Little Mermaid July 11 - August 3 9am – 3:30pm. $280 per child, per week.  Performances: 8/1 & 8/2 11:00a | 8/3 2:00p Lighthouse ArtCenter School of Art, 395 Seabrook Road, Tequesta. (561) 748-8737 or Ages 8 - 14 $600.00/child register online: Register Now! Don’t miss our Summer Camp Expo! Sunday, April 28th 10AM-1PM at the South Florida Science Center!


HELP YOUR CHILD PREVENT SUMMER LEARNING LOSS! Preparing Tomorrow’s Leaders Today Summer Camp is committed to empowering youth through education. Founded in 2012 by a group of master educators and an assistant principal, we have developed a world class program that helps prevent summer learning loss. Our goal is to equip youth with the skills needed to thrive and help each child reach their full potential. • Perfect Balance of Education and Fun • Field Trips • Highly Qualified Teachers

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• Breakfast & Lunch Included

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Loving & Nurturing Environment Kindergarten Readiness Secure Facility State-of-the-Art Playground Weekly Themes & Entertainment Art Activities Water Play/Water Slides Computer Skills Animal Shows Movement & Sports Cooking

2 Years Through Pre-K Full & Part -Time Programs

Limited Enrollment Available Call Today!

(561) 793-2649 Sandy Wilensky, Director 900 Big Blue Terrace • Wellington

This school is a Gold Seal Program & NAEYC Accredited. Lic. #50-51-0135423

2019 SUMMER CAMP DIRECTORY Know an aspiring scientist? Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s Junior Marine Biologist Summer Camp gives children ages 6-17 the amazing opportunity to explore Florida’s coastal ecosystems, enjoy handson science activities and so much more. Campers will also learn about fun ways to protect our oceans. Sessions include Sea Turtle Savers, Ocean Adventures, Conservation Kids and Field Experiences. Camps run Monday-Friday; 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. Late pick-up (at 5 p.m.) is available for an additional fee. For more information and to register, visit: Mad Science Summer Camps with Mad Science are the Best!”  Mad Science camps offer a daily combination of discovery and exploration through fun hands-on projects and experiments.   Weekly S.T.E.M. themes for children entering 1st-6th grade, Fall ’19. Pre-K, half day camp offered in our Jupiter location July 1-5th week only. Six themed weeks to choose from: Spy Academy, Fun-gineering, Inventors & Explorers, Fizzical Science, Rocket/Robot Combo and our newest camp... Advanced Robotics & Coding.  Locations in Jupiter, PBG, Boca Raton, Wellington, Hobe Sound & Jensen Beach.  Children have so much fun that they forget they’re learning!  For info visit www. or call 561.747.3033. Maltz Jupiter Theatre Goldner Conservatory of Performing Arts Summer Theatre Camp  Budding young performers will participate in a broad range of theatre-related activities, including acting, dancing, singing, prop-making, improvisation, storytelling and more. Each summer camp is one to three-weeks and

concludes with a unique themed showcase performance.  The musicals will be performed complete with sets, costumes, lights, a full orchestra and more. Enrollment fees are all-inclusive. Cost for camps begins at $150. Ages 5 – 18. June 3 – August. 1001 East Indiantown Road, Jupiter. Visit www. or call 561.575.2672.  Mindfulness Camp Offers children an opportunity to practice developing a sense of calm and confidence by teaching everyday skills that improve concentration, help understand emotions, and improve sleep. Learn relaxation, meditation and breathing techniques, explore emotions through games and play, cultivate positive emotions, use our 5 senses to explore mindfulness, play mindful arts and crafts and more. Snack included. June 24 – 28 or July 29 – Aug. 2

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Looking for a fun and unique camp for your young artist? Look no further!

•Paint/Pottery •Collage •Stories •Unique Crafts •Slime •Activities •Canvas Painting •Games •Lots of Fun •Mosaics •Music •And Much More! Half/Full Day • Sibling Discount •Space is Limited! (561) 439-4000

6169 Jog Road, Lake Worth (SW corner of Jog & Lantana Road)

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CAMP Gymnastics Revolution!

Gymnastics camp at TGR is fun-filled days of gymnastics, games, fitness, movies, crafts, field trips and much more!

Camp Session Dates: June 3rd - August 9th Monday to Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Ages 4 -13 • $50/Day - $210/Week 23,000 Square Foot Facility

6714 White Dr. • West Palm Beach • (561) 848-4577

2019 SUMMER CAMP DIRECTORY from 9am – 12pm. Located in Lake Worth at the Psychological Wellness Center. Call 561.207.7625 or visit for more information. MindQuest Escape Room Camp Keep your kids engaged this summer with Escape Room Camp while having STEM-ulating fun!! Complete escape rooms, go behind the scenes to learn how it works, build Arduino puzzles, and more. Ages 8-14; 8:30am – 4:30pm. Located in Jupiter. For more information call 561-221-6726 or visit www. Mountaineer’s School of Autism Climbing the Mountain Together. 7 weeks of summer fun for kids with autism and dual diagnosis, also open to non ASD siblings. Come join us for activities that promote social play, communication, and sensory integration within a safe and caring environment. Mountaineer’s Therapeutic Center offers Speech, OT and ABA Therapy. 8:00am – 3:00pm, extended care available. 1340 Kenwood Road, West Palm Beach. For more information call 561.932.3938 or visit www.

REGISTER TODAY! online: email: phone: 561-392-2503

Palm Beach Skate Zone Ice Skating Camp Skate Zone provides the best ice skating camp experience for all children ages 5-14 in a safe and supportive environment. Skate Zone offers a station-based camp where we incorporate different activities to keep it fun and exciting for campers of all levels and ages. We bring the field trips to us! Ice Hockey Camps are available too. Camp

will be held from June 3 – August 9 from 8:30am – 3:30pm. After care is available until 5:30. Located at Lake Worth Rd & the Turnpike. Register online pbskatezone. com or call 561.963.5900 Palm Beach Zoo Come for one week or the entire summer starting June 3. Each week offers a unique wildlife theme as participants experience up-close animal encounters, behind-thescenes tours, zookeeping activities, crafts, games, and much more! For children and teens, ages 5-14. 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM, Monday-Friday; extended care options available. Cost: $230-310 per week; additional fees apply for extended care and zoo lunch. For more info visit www. or call 561.533.0887. Picasso’s Creative Workshop Art Camp Looking for a fun and unique camp experience for your young artist? Look no further! Picasso’s Creative Workshop Art program will teach your child how to paint pottery, do unique crafts, canvas painting, mosaic, collage, slime, and tie dye shirts are all part of this awesome summer art program!  Book daily or weekly sessions from 10am-2pm.  Campers must be 5 -13 years.  Space is limited, so reserve your spot today! Sibling discounts available.  Register and pay by May 10th for 10% Discount! Must mention PB Parenting to receive offer. For more information call 561.439.4000 or visit www.    

Summer at Pine Crest South Florida parents count on Summer at Pine Crest for the fun, flexibility, and safety. From academics and sports to arts and science, Pine Crest offers a variety

E CHOOSWO T M O FR G AMAZIN THIS CAMPS ER! SUMM Brighthouse Day Camp is both a Sports & General Camp which offers a special place where your camper can call it their “Summer Home.” YES Basketball Academy Summer Camp will offer skills and drills to players of all levels and abilities. • June 3rd - August 2nd

• Daily Activities/Special Events

• Grades K-8

• Field Trips

• Sibling Discounts

• Before and Aftercare Available

Brighthouse Day Camp located at Somerset Academy Canyons YES Basketball Academy Camp located at Faith United Methodists Church

(561) 738-1984


2019 SUMMER CAMP DIRECTORY of new and signature summer programs for children in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. Camps run from Mon., June 10 to Fri., Aug. 2, on Pine Crest School’s Boca Raton campus. Lunch is provided, and extended day care is available. For more information, contact 561-852-2823 or, and to register, go to Palm Beach State College Register now for Summer Youth College SLAM! Science, Literature, Arts and Math. Summer Session runs from June 3 – August 2 for ages 8-12. Visit online for full class descriptions and schedules, only at the Boca Raton Campus, 801 Palm Beach State College Dr. Questions? Contact us! Call 561.868.4145, email or visit

Camp Gardens Exciting camps for kids of all kinds!

June 3 – August 9, 2019 Full-day and Half-day Camps ages 4-17 

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Cultural Arts


Burns Road Community Center

4404 Burns Rd, Palm Beach Gardens 33410 561-630-1100 Register online or in person.

Summer Youth Arts Program at Palm Beach State College is back thanks to the overwhelming response from our community and we are ONLY at the Lake Worth Campus!  SYAP offers Wind Up and Wind Down for all SYAP students and workshops for students ages 8-17, age varies by course. Students can choose from Fine Arts, Ceramics, Illustrator, Graphic Design, Web Design, Theatre, Film Production, Photography, 3D Digital Animation, Recording Arts, Drumline, BAK and Dreyfoos School of the Arts Prep and more in the works! Our goal is to provide each student with a high quality, accessible and affordable education in a college environment without the pressure of grades, homework or tests!  Visit or 24/7 via email:

Play by Play Sports Broadcasting Camp June 10-14 at FAU.  Has your child ever dreamed about calling a last second, game-winning shot?  Now is their chance.  The award winning sports broadcasting camp for boys and girls 10-18 returns to South Florida.  Kids will learn from the pros while meeting sports celebrities.  Make sports anchor, play-by-play and reporting tapes.  Host your own sports talk radio show and much more.  Day & overnight options.  Call 800.319.0884 or visit www.     Preparing Tomorrow’s Leaders Today Summer Camp is committed to empowering youth through education. Founded in 2012 by a group of master educators and an assistant principal, we have developed a world class program that helps prevent summer learning loss. We offer the perfect balance of education and fun during the summer months. Our highly qualified teachers teach both reading and math content in the morning and then our campers enjoy fun activities, games, and sports in the afternoon. Our goal is to equip youth with the skills needed to thrive and help each child reach their full potential. Locations in West Palm Beach, Riviera Beach, Belle Glade and Pahokee. For more information call 1.877.WE.MENTOR (936.3686) or visit Project Hope’s Summer Camp for Children with Autism and Special Needs is for ages 5-12 and runs from June 10th through August 2nd from 9am – 3pm (aftercare available), $300 per week. Structured and fun activities

Ages 3-12

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2019 SUMMER CAMP DIRECTORY designed to encourage communication and socialization skills, modifiable to meet each child’s needs. Includes arts & crafts, music, science, games, social skills training, outdoor activities and summer fun. Low 1:3 ratio. 1701 Military Trail, Suite #142, Jupiter. For information call 561.242.1725 or contact us at

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Gymnastics • Cheer • Dance Martial Arts • Soccer • Personal Training Classes • Summer Camp Birthday Parties • Parents Night Out 6500 South Rogers Circle #1000 Boca Raton • 561.998.4225

Sandoway Discovery Center Attention Camp Directors!  Bring a field trip to Sandoway Discovery Center and learn about classification, characteristics, habitat, adaptations, conservation, ecosystems, food chains and more through animal interactions, live fish and shark feeding and presentations! Field trips are 2 hours long and cost $6 per child. 142 S. Ocean Blvd. Delray Beach.  Call now for reservations! 561.274.7263 or visit our website at The Science Academy Inc. Our FUN infused Science Summer Camp is for grades K-6, Monday through Friday, 8am – 5pm with extended care available. For the same cost of “Day Care” or “Regular Camp”, your child can be enrolled in a highly appraised Camp Program which is a FUN, productive, learning environment mixed with an outdoor recreation program. Our camps offer CHEMISTRY – PHYSICS – ROCKETRY – ROBOTICS – CODING AND PROGRAMMING – LEGO STOP MOTION VIDEO – MINECRAFT  CLUB  – HIGH-TECH CLUB- VIRTUAL REALITY PROGRAMS OUTDOOR GAMES, SPORTS, RECREATION AND SO MUCH MORE!  Location: Boca Raton / Delray Beach.  For more information call 561.285.7552 or visit www.

SOAR Summer Day Camp Spanish River Christian School’s summer camp will be held from June 10 – July 19th and is a fun-filled theme-inspired camp for preschool 3’s through completion of 6th grade. There are plenty of special events, sports, arts & crafts, field trips, devotions, outdoor water activities & more! Full day, half day, early bird & aftercare available, lunch is included! Located at 2400 Yamato Road in Boca Raton. For information call 561.994.5006 or visit srcs. South Florida Science Center and Aquarium Summer is made for adventure – now at 2 great locations in West Palm Beach and STEM Studio in Jupiter! Perfect for young scientists ages 4-14, each exciting week of camp offers hands-on exploration on a variety of topics in science, engineering and technology. The days are packed with interactive lessons, laboratories, crafts, and outside activities led by our expert Science Educators. Themes include Virtual Reality, Ocean Commotion, MinecraftEDU, Harry Potter Science, and more!  Additional information: Mon.-Fri. from 9am-4pm with before & aftercare available at West Palm Beach location only. Register for your favorite week(s) at or call 561. 832.2026. South Florida Society for Arts and Culture and Palm Beach Children’s Chorus Reserve Your Spot Today! The South Florida Society for Arts and Culture and Palm Beach

Project Hope’s Summer Camp 2019 for Children with Autism and Special Needs • Ages 5 through 12

• Arts and Crafts

• June 10th – August 2nd

• Music, Science, Games

• Monday-Friday

• Social skills training

• 9 AM – 3 PM

• Life skills incorporated

• Aftercare until 5:30pm

• Outdoor activities

• Low ratio: 1:3 average

• Summer fun

• $300 per week; $275 per week for entire summer

Structured and fun activities designed to encourage communication and socialization skills, modifiable to meet each child’s needs. Call (561) 242-1725 to register or inquire at: 1701 Military Trail, Ste. 142, Jupiter, FL 33458

8-Week Summer Classes | Tuesdays June 11 - July 30 Little Stars Acting (ages 4-7) • Improvisation (ages 8-14) Musical Theatre (ages 8-14) • Creative Writing (ages 9-16) Public Speaking & Film Analysis (ages 9-16) Ages 6+. All levels. No experience necessary!

561-734-0187 7429 S. Military Trail, Lake Worth




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Children’s Chorus present 8 FUNTASTIC weeks of Performing Arts Camps. Camps will be held June 3-July 26, 2019 in our state of the art theatre facility in Palm Beach Gardens. Unique, weekly themed camps for kids and teens in Theatre, Music, Art, and Video/Film Production, M-F 8:30 am - 4:30 pm. Before/After Care Available. Ages 7-17. Mention PB Parenting and receive a $25 discount off of one week’s camp fees. For more information visit or call 561.444.8455. Standing Ovation Performing Arts Our 3-Week Musical Theatre Production Camps allows your child to audition, rehearse, sing, dance, act, costume, work with sets & props and more! Ages 6+. All levels.  No experience necessary. Productions include: The Little Mermaid (June 3-21), Disney Peter Pan (June 24-July 12), Thoroughly Modern Millie Jr. (June 17 – July 5) and Annie Jr. (July 15 Aug. 2).  Also offering 1 week Play Production camp of Goldilocks on Trial Aug. 5-9 as well as 8-week summer classes on Tuesdays June 11-July 30 (Little Stars Acting ages 4-7, Improvisation ages 8-14, Musical Theatre ages 8-14, Public Speaking & Film Analysis ages 9-16, Creative Writing ages 9-16). Located in Lake Worth. For more information call 561.734.0187 or visit www.  Sunlight Christian Academy’s “Road Trip USA” Summer Camp is designed to allow students to explore the beauty and majesty of our country from right inside the classroom! Each week students will enjoy developmentally appropriate lessons in history, geography and ecology for every place we visit.

Camp activities include: Art, Music, Sports, Science Experiments, Cooking, Weekly Water Play, Hip Hop, Zumba, Yoga. Full Days 8:30-3:30. Precare and Extended Care available. Ages 3-8. Hablamos Espanol / Nou Pale Kreyol. For information call 561.585.6623 or visit Temple Beth Torah Children ages 2-6 will enjoy a variety of fun activities that promote learning and social development such as art, gymnastics, computers, sports, nature, cooking, water play and use of our state-of-theart playground. Weekly entertainment includes high-touch high-tech, storytellers and animal shows. All of this in a loving and nurturing environment. Eight Weeks, Full & Part-Time. Now enrolling for Preschool 2019-2020. Call Sandy for more info: 561.793.2649 or psdirector@ Under Blue Waters Ocean Adventure Camp and Island Adventure Camp Dedicated to Excitement, Fun and Adventure through Education and Exploration of our Oceans. Ocean Adventure Camp: ages 5-15, 9am- 3pm with aftercare till 5:30pm. Red Reef Park, Boca Raton. $325 Boca Residents, $406 nonresidents. Includes Discover SCUBA or snorkeling sailing charter. Island Adventure Camp: ages 7-15, 9am-3pm with aftercare till 5:30pm. Peanut Island $450 includes daily boat ride to island, Discover Scuba lesson, and lunch on Friday. Surf Adventure Camp, Delray Beach: ages 5-15, 9am-3pm with after care available until 5:30pm weekly rate: $295, Single day: $70. Sibling & early registration discounts available. www. or 561.715.0499 Don’t miss our Summer Camp Expo! April 28th 10AM-1PM at the South Florida Science Center!


Offers children a fun opportunity to practice developing a sense of calm and confidence by teaching everyday skills that improve concentration and foster positive emotions. • Relaxation, meditation and breathing techniques Jun. 24-28 Jul. 29 - Aug. 2

• Explore emotions through games and play • 5 senses to explore mindfulness

9AM - 12PM

• Cultivating positive emotions

Snacks Provided!


(561) 207-7625

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Summer Camp Summer Camp Mini Mozart Sessions

June 10 – 14 – Boca Raton June 17 – 21 – Palm Beach Gardens

Mini Mozart This is our string camp specifically designed for younger students with June 10limited - 14or no| experience. Boca Raton We boast a high student teacher ratio with certified music instructors17 and a short on the finalBeach day of camp. On-site June 21recital | Palm Gardens "FUN" activities, such as our splash water park (PBG location only), playground time and much more! • String camp designed for younger Daily organized activities start at 9am. students to no experience. Instrument rental iswith included! little Lunch and snacks NOT included. Spaces are limited, so don’t delay your registration for this • specialty Highcamp. teacher ratio, fun activities, and instrument rental is included! Youth Orchestra Sessions

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July 15-19, 2019 Youth Orchestra Two oneâ€?week sessions! Register for one week or both. July 8 12; July 15 - 19 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM Daily with option for Extended Care 5:30 PMAM to 4:30 PM; Aftercare available • until 8:30 ‡$OOLQVWUXPHQWVVWULQJEUDVVZRRGZLQG SHUFXVVLRQ ‡$JHV • ‡1(:IRUÂą3LDQR3URJUDP All instruments, NEW piano program • ‡/HDUQWR3OD\3URJUDPIRUEHJLQQHUVZLWKIUHHORDQHULQVWUXAges 10 - 18 ment from Music Man Inc. ‡*XHVW3HUIRUPDQFHDQG)LHOG7ULS • ‡&DPS&RQFHUWHDFK)ULGD\IRUIDPLO\ IULHQGV Learn to play program for beginners with free loaner instrument Space is limited For More Information And To Register Visit • Guest performances and ďŹ eld trips If you haveconcert specific questions please call us at • Camp each friday for family & 561-281-8600 or email at friends

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Performing Arts Summer Camp Over 24,000 SF of performance space located in the heart of Palm Beach Gardens • June 3 - July 26 It's Your Time To Shine! • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM • Before/After Care Available • Ages 7-17 • Unique, weekly-themes • Theatre, Music, Art & Video/Film Production

(561) 444-8455

4076 PGA Blvd. | Palm Beach Gardens

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2019 SUMMER CAMP DIRECTORY Village of Palm Springs Summer Camp for children ages 5 – 13 years old!  Camp runs from Monday 6/3 – Friday 8/2.  $160 per week with a one-time registration fee of $25 which includes 5 camp T-shirts, field trips, and all supplies used at camp. Camp hours are from 9:00am to 4:00pm. Before care and after care available.  There will be a TIERED DISCOUNT PLAN for pre-paying for multiple weeks at the time of registration. For more information, please contact the Parks & Recreation office at 561.964.8820. The Wayne Institute Prepare your student for success in high school. The Wayne Institute is a dynamic 5-day sleep-away summer camp that prepares rising 9th and 10th graders for success in high school and the college admissions process. Your child will receive a fun, unforgettable camp experience on the beautiful campus of Palm Beach Atlantic University. Sessions start June 10, June 17, June 24, July 15. For the full schedule and information visit or email Wellington Collegiate Academy WCA’s summer program includes singing, dance, comedy, magic, acting, art, piano, gaming, nature, violin and more! $180 per week. Registration deadline is May 31 register today! Conveniently located off Forest Hill and Wellington Trace. For more information call 561-784-1776, email or visit Don’t miss our Summer Camp Expo! April 28th 10AM-1PM at the South Florida Science Center!

The YMCA of South Palm Beach County offers MORE specialty camps than any other camp program in South Palm Beach County, for preschoolers age 3 up to age 15! Our highly trained staff helps provide a SAFE environment for kids to participate in engaging activities, and our weekly themes keep them active and learning during the months away from school. Choose from a variety of camps offered in our Boynton and Boca Y locations and your child will have the BEST SUMMER EVER™! summercamp. Youth Orchestra of Palm Beach County MINI MOZART runs from June 10 – 14 in Boca Raton and June 17 – 21 in Palm Beach Gardens. This string camp is designed for younger students with limited or no experience. High student teacher ratio, instruments included, short recital. Onsite “FUN” activities such as playground time & much more! YOUTH ORCHESTRA runs from July 8-12 or July 15-19. Register for one week or both. 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM with optional extended care. All instruments string, brass, woodwind, & percussion. Ages 10-18. NEW for 2019 – Piano Program. Learn to Play Program for beginners with free loaner instrument from Music Man Inc. Guest Performance, Field Trip & Camp Concerts. Space is limited. For more information visit, call 561.281.8600 or email

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ESCAPE ROOM CAMPS Join us for some STEM-ulating fun for ages 8-14!! Complete escape rooms, go behind the scenes to learn how it works, build Arduino puzzles, and more!

Located in Jupiter 561-221-6726

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5 Tips to Help Reduce Litter and Protect the Oceans The tide of environmental studies showing the harmful effects of litter and mismanaged waste on oceans are seemingly everywhere. For example, 8 million metric tons of plastics wind up in streams, rivers and waterways each year, according to research published in “Science.”  According to the Ocean Conservancy, plastic product consumption is predicted to double over the next 10 years. With the health of the oceans closely tied to the health of the environment, marine life and humans, making choices that help reduce ocean pollution is one way to make an impact. In fact, research from the Plastic Free July Foundation shows that more than six in 10 people refuse plastic shopping bags, avoid

pre-packed fruit and vegetables, pick up litter and avoid buying water in plastic bottles. “Mismanaged packaging waste is a threat to our oceans and the overall health of our planet,” said Lynn Bragg, president of the Glass Packaging Institute. “We can all make a difference by changing the type of food and beverage packaging we buy, opting for reusable and refillable containers, following local recycling guidelines and helping keep beaches and waterways clean.” These tips from the Glass Packaging Institute are just a few ways to contribute: 1. Think about the packaging you choose. When making a purchase, consider alternatives to plastic like glass or other

Think Globally Act Locally! Beach Cleanup Join Lynne Wells and her group of Blue Friends monthly from 8:30 - 10 a.m. for the Juno Beach, beach cleanup. Following 1-hour of cleaning the beach, join us for a light breakfast and complimentary coffee. Please meet on the back deck of Loggerhead Marinelife Center. Bring a bucket to collect the trash and garden gloves if you have them. Help LMC keep the very beach that sea turtles call home free from trash and litter. Next Beach Cleanup is Saturday, April 27 (Great American Cleanup). Please RSVP to Lynne: For more information and future dates go to www. 52 April 2019 | PB Parenting |

natural and sustainable packaging. Glass, for example, is made mostly from sand and recycled glass, is reusable, recyclable and does not harm oceans or marine life.

stainless steel or bamboo.

4. Recycle better. Learn what you can and can’t recycle in your community. Certain items like disposable cups, greasy pizza 2. Choose reusable containers. Taking boxes, non-recyclable plastic containers (like advantage of reusable containers for food those for yogurt) and take-out containers and beverages is one way to live a more can contaminate entire batches of recycling. eco-friendly life. Since only 9 percent of plastic About 91 percent of plastic is not recycled bottles are recycled, according to “National and can linger in the environment for Geographic,” reusable containers can serve hundreds of years, contributing to ocean as an ideal replacement for bottled water pollution. Glass containers are 100 percent whether at home or on-the-go. Rather than recyclable; steel and aluminum cans and plastic, choose glass or stainless steel, which cardboard are also easily recyclable. can hold hot or cold food and beverages, and 5. Get involved. Volunteering or donating help protect the contents from any chemicals. can help keep local beaches, parks and 3. Reduce your single-use footprint. waterways clean. Getting involved with Whenever possible, bring reusable bags international and national groups with local and containers to the store. Some foods like chapters are also ways to participate in a local cereal, pasta and rice can be purchased from cleanup. bulk bins and placed in a glass or stainlessFind out more about the benefits of choosing steel storage container. To further cut down and reusing glass packaging to help reduce on plastic waste, consider switching to ocean pollution at reusable straws, which are available in glass, (Family Features)

Non-Surgical & Surgical treatments for people of all ages included but are not limited to: Foot & Ankle Pain • Sports Injuries • Pediatric Flat foot • Point Evaluations Toenail and Skin conditions • Custom orthotics • Diabetic foot care Dr. Brett Fried was born and Dr. Daniel Elgut attended University Dr. Jonathan M. Cutler attended Dr. Joshua P. Daly grew up in the Washington University in St Louis, of Florida and earned a BA degree small town of Grenada, Mississippi. raised in New York. Watching his in Health Sciences. After which, he MO, and earned a BA degree. After He followed the family tradition and grandfather deal with diabetes he attended Podiatry School at Barry which, he attended Podiatry School attended Mississippi State University started to appreciate the field of University in Miami Shores where to pursue a degree in Microbiology. medicine. After obtaining his BS at Dr. William M Scholl College he graduated with honors followed After graduating Magna Cum Laude degree he went on to attend medical of Podiatry, followed by a surgical by a residency at JFK Hospital. He is residency at Johns Hopkins, Liberty with a Bachelor of Science his natural school at the prestigious New York College of Podiatric Medicine in Board Qualified American College of Medical in Baltimore, MD. He interest in business and leadership Manhattan, NY., followed by surgical Foot and Ankle Surgeons. Dr. Elgut is a Diplomate of the American led him to business school where residency in NYC and Georgia. He is very involved in the community Board of Podiatric Surgery, a Board he obtained his MBA degree. He is a a Board Certified Foot Surgeon. including Fit Feet Screenings for attended medical school at the New Certified Foot Surgeon and has During 9/11, he volunteered his skills Special Olympics and US Marine been a respected part of the medical York College of Podiatric Medicine in to help the rescue workers injured Corp Toys for Tot Program. Manhattan, NY. community for over 25 years. during the recovery efforts.

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Calendar Weekly Level 1 Classes at Genie’s Gymnastics A basic gymnastics class for girls 5 years old and up, with little or no experience for 60 minutes once a week. Groups are separated by 5 to 7 and 8 year olds and up. Girls will learn skills on the 4 Olympic gymnastic events: (vault, bars, beam and floor). In addition, students will develop trampoline skills as well as basic motor skills and flexibility. Multiple days and times offered. Call 561.868.0288 or visit for the schedule. 6752 Lantana Road, Lake Worth.

to life through interactive performance, singing, movement and props. An engaging art activity complements each session. FREE for Museum Members and FREE with paid Museum admission for Non-Members. For more info go to www.

Monday Friday from 10 AM - 1 PM Kid’s Rush at Adrenaline Join us early for a special discounted rate! Toddlers (ages 6 and under) are only $10 and parents are only $2! Other weekly specials are available. Check the website for details or call 561.440.1400. 7645 Lake Mondays and Tuesdays Worth Road, Lake Worth. at 11 AM Tiny Kids Every Wednesday and Need More Art Kids Friday at 3:30 PM and Need More Art in Jupiter invites toddlers Saturdays at 11 AM, 1 ages 2 - 4, and their moms (or dads!) to PM & 2 PM • Jr. Vet Kids join them at their bright, colorful, and fun Lab at Loggerhead studio space for some creative togetherMarinelife Center The time. Class is $15. Register at www. program features “Dr. Logger,” a trained center volunteer acting as the center’s Tuesdays 9:30veterinarian. No pre-registration is 10:30 AM Open required. Sign-up begins 30 minutes prior Splash Play to the program, space is limited. Please at Small Fish Big Fish Swim School call 561.627.8280 or visit www.marinelife. Enjoy some quality time in our warm org for more information. Located at indoor pool - let your little fish swim or 14200 U.S. Highway One, Juno Beach. play on deck with our water tables. No Mondays at 4:30 Registration Required. Members are free, PM Zumbini and non-members are $5. For more info call Kidding Around 561.818.7946. 346 Pike Road #3, WPB. Yoga at The Mall Wednesdays at Wellington Green Join us on 2:00 PM Monday’s inside the LIVE360 studio near Sensational Nordstrom. Experience both Zumbini Story: A Story ‘n More at Schoolhouse and Kidding Around Yoga in one Children’s Museum & Learning Center convenient location! Contact Regina at No need to sit still as a statue for this 516.244.0282. Located at 10300 Forest story. Instructors brings children’s books Hill Blvd., Wellington. 54 April 2019 | PB Parenting | 129 E Ocean Avenue | Boynton Beach, FL 33435

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Sundays at 1 PM • Dr. Logger Show at Loggerhead Marinelife Center Dr. Logger is an educational ambassador for sea turtles. Through an interactive show, Dr. Logger educates the audience on the life of a sea turtle, by addressing various topics: threats, nesting, anatomy, lifestyle, etc. This 30 minute show is for guests of all ages, it’s interactive with the audience and fast-paced. No pre-registration is required. Located at 14200 U.S. Highway One, Juno Beach. Ongoing Kids Choice Sports, Dance, and Fitness Indoor Playground Whether your child has just begun to walk or can cartwheel for days, “Kids Choice Sports” can cater to all of your gymnastics needs. We offer “Mommy & Me” classes, beginner classes for all ages, and beyond. Please call 561.998.4225 or visit www. for schedule and pricing. 6500 W Rogers Circle #1000 Boca Raton.

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Saturdays 3:30 - 5 PM Kids Art Express at Kids Need More Art Young artists are invited to stop by our Jupiter studio for a chance to work on skills and explore different techniques and media, all while creating a work of art from start to finish. Advance registration required. Ages 5 -9. Class is $18. Register at www.

Saturdays • 10:30 - 11:30AM at the Schoolhouse Children’s Museum: Drop In Craft Open to all ages. Each week enjoy a different craft project. Free with paid admission. Members and children under age 1 are Free. $5 for Adults & Children over age 1 and $4.50 for Seniors. Go to www.schoolhousemuseum. org for more info. 129 East Ocean Avenue, Boynton Beach. BIRTHDAY PARTIES

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Calendar Thurs., Apr. 4 • 5 - 7 PM Hack Shack Tech Club at South Florida Science Museum Center & Aquarium If you like to make, tinker, design, and engineer, then the Hack Shack Tech Club is for you! This week’s theme is “Soldering.” Soldering is an essential skill for anyone interested in electronics, computer science, and any number of tech-related careers and hobbies. Learn some valuable tips and techniques as you get some hands-on practice on your personal circuit board. Open to students in grades 5-8. $15 for members and $20 for non-members. Classes are held at the new Stiles-Nicholson STEM Education Center across the street from the Science Center. Visit www.sfsciencecenter. org for more info. 4801 Dreher Trail North, West Palm Beach. Sat., Apr. 6 • 5:30 - 9 PM Brew at the Zoo at Palm Beach Zoo Celebrate South Florida’s amazing beer with samples from at least 25 of our local brewers. The breweries are spread through out the Zoo with 2-3 different brews each. That means 60+ different beers that you could try. Brewery reps are on hand to answer your questions about their products. Plus, you’ll get to see amazing wildlife including many highly endangered species. Food will be available for purchase. Live music and a collectible sampling mug are included with your ticket. Ages 21+ only. No children will be admitted including babies and toddlers. Please purchase tickets in advance as this event will sell out. Call 561.533.0887 or visit for more information and for a list of participating breweries. Loctaed at 1301 Summit Blvd., West Palm Beach. 56 April 2019 | PB Parenting |

Tues. & Wed., Apr. 9, 10 • 5 - 7 PM GEMS Club at STEM Studio in Downtown Abacoa Due to popular demand, we’ve added a second GEMS session to each month! This month’s theme is “Tech Talk.” Girls have a bright future in Science and GEMS Club will continue to help them shine! GEMS Club offers the perfect opportunity for young girls to learn and grow as they discover the exciting world of math, science, engineering and technology. Pizza dinner and refreshments will be provided. This program is open to girls in grades 3 - 8 and a $10 registration fee is required per session. The event is limited to 25 girls per session, so register early to save your spot! There will be an additional $5 charge for walk-in registrations. Walk-ins, please be aware that the session may already be sold out. Visit www.sfsciencecenter. org/ stem-studio-gems to register or for more information. Located at 1209 Main Street Unit 112, Jupiter. Fri., Apr. 12 • 6 - 10 PM Screen on the Green at Waterfront Commons Outdoor movie watching has never been more inviting than on the West Palm Beach Waterfront. Join us on the second Friday every month for FREE familyfriendly activities and movies in an open-air theater. Sit on the Great Lawn overlooking the spectacular waterfront in the heart of downtown West Palm Beach. Bring a blanket or a chair and purchase popcorn, snacks and beverages from our stocked concession stand. This month’s movie is “Ralph Breaks the Internet” (PG). Visit for more information including next month’s scheduled movie. Located at 100 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach.

Sat., April 13 • Summer Fun Camp Auditions at Delray Beach Playhouse Join our by-audition-only theatre program this summer for shows including Mary Poppins Jr. and Legally Blonde the Musical Jr. For audition information, contact Director Allie Shernoff at or Director Joshua Conner joshua.daniel.connor@gmail. com or call the box office at 561.272.1281 ext. 5. Visist www.delraybeachplayhouse. com for more information. Located at 950 NW 9 Street, Delray Beach. Sat., April 13 • 10 AM - 2 PM Healthy Kids Day® at the YMCA Get a Jump on Summer at the Boca and Boynton YMCA as we celebrate Healthy Kids Day – our national initiative to improve the health and well-being of children! This FREE event will include fun outside activities for the whole family such as obstacle courses, a rock wall, bounce houses, face-painting, a petting zoo and more! Also don’t miss our special $0 Join Fee offer for new members! Register for the event at For more information contact the Boca Raton Y at 800.250.1987 or the Boynton Beach Y at 800.322.8453. Apr. 19, 20 • 9 AM - 2 PM Photos with the Bunny at Palm Beach Zoo Make photos with the bunny a holiday tradition at Palm Beach Zoo! Photos will be available for purchase in the gift store. Plus, enjoy one complimentary ride on the Wildlife Carousel. Included with regular Zoo admission. Call 561.533.0887 for more information or to register. 1301 Summit Blvd, West Palm Beach.

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Sat, Apr. 20 • 9 AM - 1 PM Earth Day Celebration at the West Palm Beach Green Market Join us for the last day of the Green Market this season and visit over 90 local vendors offering a variety of local food and products. In addition to serving as the premier place to stock up on everything from fresh produce and flowers, to doughnuts and cheese, the market has become a community gathering spot Visit for more info. Located at 101 S. Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach. Sat., Apr. 20 - 10 AM Early Explorers: Terrific Tales at Palm Beach Zoo Join our Early Explorers for an interactive educational experience designed for preschool-aged children! These themed programs created for children ages 3-4 include: up-close animal encounters, stories, games, crafts, and visits to animal habitats throughout the Zoo or Nature Play! Snack is included. One adult is required to attend with each child. Pre-registration is required. Pre-registration is required. Cost Per Participant for Members: $25 per session. Non-Members: $50 per session. Nonmember price includes all-day admission to the zoo. For more information please call 561.533.0887 or visit www.palmbeachzoo. org. Located at 1301 Summit Boulevard, West Palm Beach. Sat., Apr 27 • 8:30 - 10 AM Beach Cleanup at Loggerhead Marinelife Center Join Lynne Wells and her group of Blue Friends each month on the third Saturday of each month for the Juno Beach beach cleanup. Following 1-hour of cleaning the beach, join us for a light breakfast sponsored by Whole Foods Market, Palm Beach Gardens and Another

Calendar Sun., April 28 • 10 AM – 1 PM SUMMER CAMP EXPO PB Parenting’s & FAMILY FUN DAY 2019 5th Annual Summer Camp Expo at the South Florida Science Center & Aquarium Meet over 40 camps in person and gather information and ask questions all while the kids have a fun time! There will be representatives from camps from all over the county covering all areas of interest including Art, Sports, Gymnastics, Science, Outdoors, Theatre, Sat., Apr. 27 • 9 AM Horse, Music, Technology, Wildlife, Dance - 2 PM Party for the and so much more. It will be a day of family Planet at Palm Beach fun! Entertainment for kids will include Arts Zoo Every day is Earth and Crafts, Character Meet and Greets, Face Day at Palm Beach Painting, fun Science Experiments and more! Zoo. Party for the Planet will be filled with Plus come play “Passport to Summer” for a educational, engaging, and fun activities for chance to win a free week of summer camp the entire family. There’s tons of interactive (up to a $250 value). Children are FREE!! First fun on tap to help you discover more about 200 Adults are FREE to the event thanks to wildlife and wild nature! Activities are free Brian D. Guralnick Injury Lawyers and after with Zoo admission. Located at 1301 Summit that only $7 (normally $16.95). Get there Blvd, West Palm Beach. early for a free goodie bag while they last! Sun., Apr. 28 • 11 AM - 5 4801 Dreher Trail North, West Palm Beach. PM Sweet Corn Fiesta Ongoing at Yesteryear Village Wildlife The annual Sweet Corn Feedings at Fiesta, is a celebration of the sweet corn The Sandoway Discovery Center As South growing season buttered with a family Florida’s premier coastal ecosystem and festival of children’s games, music, a national marine life center, we will transform and eating competition and mouth-watering inspire our visitors through experiential and locally grown sweet corn. Kids ride education and conservation. Join us for all day with wristband. Kids and adults shark feedings every Tuesday - Saturday at corn shucking competitions, professional 10:30 AM and Sundays at 1:30 PM, alligator competitive corn eating competition, live feedings every Wednesday and Saturday music and free parking. Adults are $10, at 1 PM, and stingray feedings Tuesday children ages 6-12 are $5, children 5 & under Saturday at 2:45 PM. Feedings are included are free. Children’s unlimited rise wristbands in the cost of admission. Tickets are $5 are only $5. Please call 561.793.0333 for for everyone 3 years of age and above. more information. 9067 Southern Blvd, West Palm Beach Zoo members are free. Call Palm Beach. 561.274.7263 for more information. Located at 142 S. Ocean Blvd., Delray Beach. 58 April 2019 | PB Parenting | Broken Egg Café in Harbourside, Jupiter. Complimentary coffee by Oceana Coffee will also be served. Bring a bucket to collect the trash and garden gloves if you have them. Help us keep the very beach that our turtles call home free from trash and litter. Please RSVP to Call 561.627.8280 or visit for more information. Loggerhead Marinelife Center is located at 14200 U.S. Highway One, Juno Beach.

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Join us for a day of family fun on Sunday, April 28th from 10 AM - 1 PM at The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium!

Camp Information from over 40 summer camps! Art • Sports • Gymnastics Science • Outdoors • Theatre Horse • Music • Tennis Wildlife • Swimming • Dance Sleepaway and so much more!

Fun Activities for the Kids!

Arts & Crafts • Face Painting • Characters • Plus you can explore everything the Science Center has to offer such as the Discovery Center, playground, mini golf and new outdoor Fisher Family Science trail that just opened! Centrally located off of Southern Blvd. and I-95 at 4801 Dreher Trail North in West Palm Beach.

Win a FREE week of Camp!

Pick up your “Passport to Summer” at the PB Parenting table and complete it for a chance to win a free week from any of the camps present at the event (up to a $250 value)


First 200 Adults are FREE! After that adults are only $7 (normally $16.95). Children are FREE from 10 AM - 1 PM! Also get there early for a free goodie bag while supplies last! Thank you to Brian D. Guralnick Injury Lawyers for covering the first 200 adult entrants, and thank you to The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium for the reduced admission and hosting our Summer Camp Expo. • 561-907-7668



There are many choices available but you will never find one like this! At Mountaineer’s WE ARE FAMILY. It is never the wrong time to make the right decision. Call to schedule your private tour to learn more about our diverse educational system, therapeutic center and coming daycare.

Summer Camp is available for families of registered and non-registered Mountaineer’s students including special needs. Call to learn more.


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