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ON THE COVER Olivia, Emily, Luciana, Jackson, Cade, Joshua, Jake and Ryan are keeping their cool by making a big splash at the newly opened Shark Wake Park. Shark Wake park is located inside Okeeheelee Park in West Palm Beach. Cover photograph by Lynn of Lynn Studios, Inc. â€¢ www.lynnstudios1.com | PBParenting.com | July 2019 3
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Greetings, Is it hot enough for you out there? The heat index is over 100! While I want to stay inside the comforts of my air conditioned home, my kids have boundless energy and need to get out and play. PB Parenting is here with the 8th edition of our Beat the Heat Guide. We are coming up on the hottest (and sometimes rainiest) months of the year so keep your cool with the help of our annual guide.
Even though it is July it is still not too late to sign up for a camp and give yourself a little break and your child an adventure! Check out our Summer Camp Directory online at www.pbparenting.com. There are many summer camps that still have immediate openings. However you decide to spend your summer, PB Parenting hopes that it is a fun and safe one! See you next month for Back to School (already!) During the downtime of Summer, make sure to connect with PB Parenting online! Like our facebook page, join either one of our facebook groups (Palm Beach County Moms (moms only) or our co-ed group Palm Beach County Parents), sign up for our e-newsleter and stay up to date with weekly events and contests! Happy Parenting,
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Keep Your Cool and Prevent Heat Illness Our bodies create a tremendous amount of heat. Normally, they’re cooled through sweating and by heat radiating through the skin. But in very hot weather, high humidity, and other conditions, this natural cooling system may begin to fail, letting heat in the body build to dangerous levels. This can cause heat illness, such as heat cramps, heat exhaustion, or heatstroke. Heat Cramps Heat cramps are brief, painful muscle cramps in the legs, arms, or abdomen that may occur during or after vigorous exercise in extreme heat. The sweating that occurs with intense physical activity causes the body to lose salts and fluids. This low level of salts causes the muscles to cramp. Kids are particularly at risk for heat cramps when they aren’t drinking enough fluids. Although painful, heat cramps on their own aren’t serious. But cramps can be the first sign of more serious heat illness, so they should be treated right away to help avoid any problems.
Heat Exhaustion Heat exhaustion is a more severe heat illness that can occur when someone in a hot climate or environment hasn’t been drinking enough fluids. Symptoms can include: increased thirst, weakness, fainting, muscle cramps, nausea and/or vomiting, irritability, headache, increase sweating, cool, clammy skin and elevation of body temperature, but less than 104°F (40°C). What to Do: • Bring your child to a cooler place indoors, an air-conditioned car, or shady area. • Remove your child’s excess clothing. • Encourage your child to drink cool fluids containing salt/sugar, such as sports drinks. • Put a cool, wet cloth or cool water on your child’s skin. • Call your doctor for advice. If your child is too exhausted or ill to drink, treatment with intravenous (IV) fluids may be necessary. • If left untreated, heat exhaustion can develop into heatstroke, which can be fatal.
Heatstroke The most severe form of heat illness is What to Do: heatstroke. Heatstroke is a life-threatening A cool place, rest, and fluids should ease a medical emergency. In heatstroke, the body child’s discomfort. If possible, give fluids that cannot regulate its own temperature. Body contain salt and sugar, such as sports drinks. temperature can soar to 106°F (41.1°C) or Gently stretching and massaging cramped even higher, leading to brain damage or muscles also may help. even death if it isn’t quickly treated. Prompt 8 July 2019 | PB Parenting |
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medical treatment is required to bring the body temperature under control. Factors that increase the risk for heatstroke include overdressing and extreme physical activity in hot weather with inadequate fluid intake. Heatstroke also can happen when a child is left in, or becomes accidentally trapped in, a car on a hot day. When the outside temperature is 93°F (33.9°C), the temperature inside a car can reach 125°F (51.7°C) in just 20 minutes, quickly raising body temperature to dangerous levels. What to Do: Call for emergency medical help if your child has been outside in extreme temperatures or another hot environment and shows one or more of these symptoms of heatstroke: severe headache, weakness, dizziness, confusion, nausea, rapid breathing and heartbeat, loss of consciousness, seizure, no sweating, flushed, hot, dry skin, temperature of 104°F (40°C) or higher While waiting for help: • Get your child indoors or into the shade. • Undress your child and sponge or douse him or her with cool water. • Do not give fluids unless your child is awake, alert, and acting normally. An Ounce of Prevention To help protect kids from heat illness: • Teach kids to always drink plenty of fluids before and during activity in hot, sunny weather — even if they’re not thirsty. • Make sure kids wear light-colored, loose clothing and use sunscreen when outdoors. • On hot or humid days, make sure your kids only participate in heavy activity outdoors before noon and after 6 p.m. • Teach kids to come indoors, rest, and hydrate immediately whenever they feel overheated. © 1995-2019 . The Nemours Foundation/KidsHealth®. Reprinted with permission.
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“Research shows that more pets are lost on the Fourth of July than any other day of the year and animal shelters are most crowded after the holiday, filled with lost dogs and cats,” said Aimee Gilbreath, executive director, Michelson Found Animals Foundation. “Taking steps to protect your 3. Avoid the crowds. Avoid bringing your pet can help ensure a safe and enjoyable pooch to crowded events, parades and holiday for the whole family.” other gatherings with a lot of commotion or people. A combination of heat, loud noises, These tips can help keep your pet packed spaces and scorching blacktops can comfortable and secure: be stressful and harmful to your pet’s health. 1. Get identification tags. A collar and It’s especially wise to avoid bringing your external ID tags are quick and easy ways to pets to firework events, as they could panic identify your pet if lost, and they make him and run. or her instantly recognizable as someone’s 4. Gear up with a leash and harness. pet. What information you provide on the Even leash-trained pets can get spooked by tags may vary depending on your personal Fourth of July festivities. Secure pets with security concerns, but at the very least, a well-fitting leash and collar or harness. include a phone number. If you’re concerned Remember an anxious pet may slip out of a about noisy dangling tags, or the tags collar or repeatedly tug against a leash, so it snagging and pulling loose, choose a flat may be necessary to take extra precautions. style that affixes to the fabric of the collar. 5. Fit in a workout. Be sure to give your pets 2. Get your pet a microchip and register lots of exercise during the day so they’ll be a it. A registered microchip is one of the best little worn out before the scary noises start at ways to identify a lost pet who has slipped night. A long run or play session during the out of his or her collar. However, pet owners day may help with your pet’s overall stress may falsely assume that just because 12 July 2019 | PB Parenting |
and anxiety levels. 6. Create a safe space inside and away from fireworks. Confining movement in dogs and cats actually has a calming effect on them. Provide your pet with a safe space, such as a cozy bed, room or crate. Also close windows and doors to minimize sound and escape routes. Another option is an anti-anxiety wrap or coat. In a pinch, if you’re away from home, you can even create one from a scarf. 7. Try a calming aid. If you’re worried about a pet that stresses easily, talk to your vet in advance about CBD and anti-anxiety treats, chews, drops or other remedies that can help your pet relax. There are plenty of prescription and homeopathic solutions out there that can help your pet get the extra dose of relaxation he or she needs. Find more summertime tips for your pets at foundanimals.org. Source: Michelson Found Animals Foundation and Family Features.
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For the young and young at heart, the Aqua Park is a massive inflatable floating playground featuring monkey bars, climbing towers, slides and more. The largest in Florida, the Aqua Park covers an acre of water, offering different challenge levels and is the ultimate family-friendly water activity in West Palm Beach. Sessions last 45 minutes and children must be at least 7 years old, 45” tall and know how to swim. Reservations are highly recommended. No gear, no experience, no problem at the Cable Wake Park as our system allows for the best of wakeboarding without the need for a boat. Shark Wake Park features two full-size 5-tower cable systems – one beginner and one advanced cable with UNIT Parktech features – allowing beginners to learn and
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pros to go as big as they like. Waterskiing, wake skating and knee boarding can also be done from the pulley system. A variety of daily passes are available as well as rental equipment and gear. There is no cost to enter the park and a viewing deck is available to those who want to hang out and enjoy the day. Shark Wake Park is open daily for normal business from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Save $5 off Aqua Park admission with discount code: PBPARENT. For more information: sharkwakepark. com/561, email@example.com, 561.323.3937 or follow them on Facebook @ sharkwakepark561.
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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 www.geniesgymnastics.com 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. schoolhousemuseum.org
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 kidsneedmoreart.com/jupiter/tiny-kids/. 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 Wednesday Registration Required. Members are free, and non-members are $5. For more info call Saturday 561.818.7946. 346 Pike Road #3, WPB. at 1 PM Alligator Feedings at The Wednesdays Sandoway Discovery Center Also 2:00 PM join us for shark and stingray feedings Sensational throughout the week. Please check the Story: A Story ‘n More at Schoolhouse website for times. Call 561.274.7263 for Children’s Museum & Learning Center more info. Located at 142 S. Ocean Blvd., No need to sit still as a statue for this Delray Beach. $6 ages 3 and up and story. Instructors brings children’s books Palm Beach Zoo Members are free. 22 July 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.
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Mommy & Me • Preschoolers Ongoing Kids Choice Boys Gymnastics • Camps Sports, Dance, and Fitness Tumbling • Cheerleading Indoor Playground Recreational and Competitive Teams Whether your child has just begun to walk or can cartwheel for days, For more info call Mention “Kids Choice Sports” can cater to all of your 561.868.0288 PB Parenting & gymnastics needs. We offer “Mommy & Me” receive a FREE 6752 Lantana Rd Ste B • Lake Worth classes, beginner classes for all ages, and trial class! Between Jog Road & Hagen Ranch Road beyond. Please call 561.998.4225 or visit www. www.geniesgymnastics.com gokidschoice.com for schedule and pricing. Too Many 6500 W Rogers Circle #1000 Boca Raton. 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. Each class subject to minimum enrollment. Advance registration required. Ages 5 -9. Class is $18. Register at www. kidsneedmoreart.com. Saturdays • 10:30 - 11:30 AM at the Schoolhouse Children’s Museum: Drop In Craft Open to all ages. Each week enjoy a different craft project. Free with paid admission. Go to www.schoolhousemuseum.org for more info. Located at 129 East Ocean Avenue, Boynton Beach. 129 E Ocean Avenue | Boynton Beach, FL 33435
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Calendar Thurs., July 4 • 12 Noon - 9 PM Independence Day Celebration at The Village of Wellington The Village of Wellington invites you to come celebrate the Fourth of July with a full day of fun, family-friendly activities! Start off at the Wellington Aquatics Complex with a Patriotic Pool Party, and then head over to Village Park for Fireworks, Food Trucks, Inflatable Obstacle Courses, Bounce Houses & Slides, Rockwall, Face Painting, Pony Rides, Petting Zoo, Watermelon Eating Contests, Vendors and more! This event is free. Fireworks Show begins at 9:15 PM. Visit www.wellingtonfl.gov for more info. Village Park is located at 11700 Pierson Rd., Wellington. Fri., July 5 • 4:30 - 9 PM Safari Nights at Palm Beach Zoo Join us on the first friday of every month for Safari Nights! The whole Zoo is open to explore as you join us for non-stop family entertainment at our Princesses and Pirates themed Safari Nights. Get into the spirit of the evening and come dressed to match the theme. Splash around in our interactive play fountain, our new Nature Play Pavilion, and enjoy access to the entire Zoo! Call 561.533.0887 or visit www.palmbeachzoo. org for more information and a schedule of themes. Located at 1301 Summit Blvd., West Palm Beach. Sat., July 6 • 8 - 10 AM Sensory Saturdays at South Florida Science Museum Center & Aquarium We are proud to present Sensory Saturdays: Special Exploration Hours at the South Florida Science Center
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and Aquarium. On the 1st Saturday of each month, all families affected by autism spectrum disorder are invited to explore the museum before we open to the public. Experience our exhibits without heavy crowds when we have softened general lighting and decreased the noise level and visual stimulation. Our facility is also ADA accessible and wheelchair friendly! The cost is half off regular Science Center admission! $8.50 for adults, $7.50 for seniors, $6.50 for children 3-12, free for children under 3, and free for our members. Visit www. sfsciencecenter.org for more info. 4801 Dreher Trail North, West Palm Beach. Tues. & Wed., July 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 “Sea 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 on the monthly themes offered. STEM Studio in downtown Abacoa is located at 1209 Main Street Unit 112, Jupiter. Please call ahead to confirm or register. Classes are subject to change.
Sat. & Sun., Jul. 13, 14 • The Ugly Duckling at Palm Beach Dramaworks Born bigger and different than the other hatchlings, the ugly duckling is ridiculed, rejected, and eventually shunned by the entire barnyard. The little bird leaves home, embarking on a rollicking journey, only to discover that the beauty he was seeking was inside him all along. Tickets are only $15. Visit www. palmbeachdramaworks.com for show times and to purchase tickets. Call 561.514.4042 for more information. Located at 201 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach.
educational activities for the entire family – all promoting a healthy lifestyle through vendor exhibits, demonstrations, givea-ways, tastings and much more. City of West Palm Beach residents receive a 50% discount on admission and FREE trees! Activities include healthy food vendors, themed crafts, Farmer Jay workshops, bike rodeo, energy efficiency, transportation, environmentally preferable purchasing and other sustainable/conservation subjects. Ticket price is included with general paid admission to the Science Center and free for Science Center members. 4801 Dreher Trail North, West Palm Beach. Visit www. sfsciencecenter. org for more info.
Sat., July 20 • 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 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 email@example.com. Call 561.627.8280 or visit www.marinelife.org for more information. Loggerhead Marinelife Center is located at 14200 U.S. Highway One, Juno Beach.
Fri., July 26 • 6 - 9 PM Nights at the Museum at South Florida Science Museum Center & Aquarium This month’s theme is “Under the Sea.” On the last Friday of each month, guests of all ages can enjoy extended hours of exploration at the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium! Each Night at the Museum is a different theme, which includes various interactive science crafts, activities, entertainment, exhibits, planetarium shows, and a chance to view the night sky in Palm Beach County’s only public observatory! Food and beverages will be available for purchase throughout the evening. Admission is $14.95 for adults, $12.95 for seniors, $10.95 for children (312), FREE for children under 3, and $6 for adult members (child members are FREE). Visit www.sfsciencecenter.org for more info. 4801 Dreher Trail North, WPB.
Sat., July 20 • 10 AM - 4 PM e4 Life: Green Health & Wellness Expo at South Florida Science Museum Center & Aquarium In partnership with the West Palm Beach Mayor’s Office of Sustainability, this expo features fun and
Sat., July 27 • 9 AM - 12 PM 3D Printing Workshops at South Florida Science Museum Center & Aquarium Join us for our entry-level course into the world of 3D design. During this 3 hour class, you will learn all of the skills needed to manipulate
Calendar 3-dimensional objects in a 2-dimensional workspace. We will use a web-based CAD (computer-aided design) program that allows you to access your designs from anywhere. Once your design is complete we will bring it to life before your very eyes using the amazing technology of 3D printers. Open to ages 8-15. Cost is $45 per student. This is a drop-off class only. Please visit www.sfsciencecenter.org for more information and a list of upcoming dates. These classes take place at our StilesNicholson STEM Education Center on the North end of our parking lot at 4800 Dreher Trail N. West Palm Beach. Sat., July 27 • 4:30 - 9 PM Roar and Pour at Palm Beach Zoo Join us through August for a night of drinks (21+), food and live music. The whole Zoo is open to explore, it’s a WILD world after hours! The Summer Grill opens at 5 PM with burgers and hotdogs. The Tiki Bar also opens at 5 PM with beer, wine and a local beer tap-takeover! Then enjoy a Luke Bryan Tribute Band from 6:30 - 9 PM. Special admission rates apply. Call 561.533.0887 or visit www.palmbeachzoo. org for more information. 1301 Summit Blvd, West Palm Beach.
recognizable trucks in the world. For show times, locations and ticket information, visit www.monsterjam.com. SAVE THE DATE Wed., Aug. 21 • 9AM - 12 PM Stroller Daze at South Florida Science Museum Center & Aquarium Bring your little ones to the Science Center for a funfilled event just for them! Special event includes age-appropriate science crafts, storytelling, planetarium shows, discovery center & playground exploration, giveaways and more! This event is geared toward children 5 and under and their parent/ guardian. Activities include performances, themed sensory bins, bubble zone, explore a fire truck, play a round on our new mini golf course, and more! $8.50 adults, FREE for children and Science Center members. Stroller Daze is proudly presented by PB Parenting. Visit www.sfsciencecenter.org for more information and to register. 4801 Dreher Trail North, West Palm Beach.
Ongoing Programs at Gumbo Limbo Nature Center Join us every Tuesday from 11 AM - 12:00 PM for a FREE guided walk along the Ashley Trail, a quarterSAVE THE DATE- Sat. mile natural trail that winds through the & Sun., Aug. 10, 11 • Butterfly Garden, Coastal Hammock, Monster Jam at and Mangroves, to a sandy beach by the The BB&T Center Intracoastal. Observe local flora and fauna Monster Jam®, the as your naturalist guides you on this island most action-packed exploration. No reservations required. Meet live event on four wheels where world class on the front porch of the Nature Center. drivers compete in front of capacity crowds Also join us for outdoor marine aquarium around the globe. Monster Jam features feedings every Monday - Saturday at 12:30 high octane spontaneous entertainment PM. Please call 561.544.8605 for more and intense competition, featuring the most information and a full schedule of events. Located at 1801 N. Ocean Blvd., Boca Raton.
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