Summer Camp Directory & Guide Family Events Calendar
Sanity Savers for the Family Road Trip
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“SUMMER OF FUN” ENRICHMENT CAMP
On the ride home, she can’t stop talking about camp. I hear happy stories about her friends and teachers. She proudly shows me her latest work of art. She smiles and giggles recounting her day. I know I made the right choice.— Beth TE MPLE BETH TORAH
Leonie Arguetty Preschool Camp
15 MOS. TO KINDERGARTEN • 8 WEEKS, FULL & PART-TIME Weekly Entertainment: Magic & Animal Shows • Storytellers Loving & Nurturing Environment Secure Facility New Playground
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Attention Preschools & Daycares
Don’t miss July’s issue featuring our Preschool/Daycare Directory! Free directory listing (in print and online) with advertisement! Reserve your space by June 12th. E-mail email@example.com or call 561.907.7668.
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Water Safety P. 10 Splash Into Summer Camp Guide P. 14 Sanity Savers for the Family Trip P. 17 Family Events Calendar P. 19 Also in this issue The Brand New Kid Comes to the Kravis P. 5 Bathtub Safety P. 12 A Safe Day at the Beach P. 14
Every Month Quick Bits P.5 PB Fashion P. 6 PB Picks P. 8 Free Stuff P. 18 Family Events Calendar P. 19
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Daniel, 3, of Wellington, enjoys a warm sunny day by cooling off in his family’s pool. To keep the UV rays at bay, he is wearing a SwimZip Swimsuit. | PBParenting.com | June 2012
Letter From The Publisher Greetings, Summer is here! School is out! The temperature is heating up and many of us will be hitting the pools and beaches in our area. Water safety is so important, it takes just seconds for a child to go underwater. Read up on ways to keep your little ones safe with tips from our water safety experts. Also don’t forget the sunscreen and a cute SwimZip suit featured in PB Fashion. It isn’t too late to sign up for camp. Check out our camp listings in print and online. We have your camp needs covered featuring camps from Jupiter to Boca. From ice skating to paddleboarding even arts and theater, there is a camp out there no matter what your child is interested in. Our PB Parenting family is growing bigger! I want to welcome our new account executive, Jennifer Preville, to our team. Jennifer has an extensive publication and marketing background and she is a mom of two! If you have any advertising questions drop her a line and she will help develop an advertising plan for your business. E-mail her at Jennifer@ pbparenting.com. We would love your feedback! Share your ideas, reach out to me anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org. Happy Parenting!
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Volume 1, Issue 6 | June 2012 PUBLISHER Felonice Margasak Copy Editor Erin Roque Account executive Jennifer Preville Graphic Design/Production Felonice Designs, LLC Contributors Dr. Michele Borba Alyss Lange CONTACT PB Parenting BY Mail 11924 W. Forest Hill Blvd. Suite 22-146 Wellington, FL 33414 Phone - 561.247.3148 Email - email@example.com PB Parenting Magazine is published monthly in Palm Beach County, Florida. Copyright 2012, all rights reserved by PB Parenting, LLC. Contents may not be reproduced in any form without the written consent of the publisher. The publisher reserves the right to refuse advertising. The publisher accepts no responsibility for advertisement errors beyond the cost of the portion of the advertisement occupied by the error within the advertisement itself. The publisher accepts no responsibility for submitted materials. All submitted materials subject to editing.
Quick Bits Kravis Center Offers a Delightful Musical for the Whole Family in June: Katie Couric’s THE BRAND NEW KID
City Theatre & Orlando Repertory Theatre’s Production of The Brand New Kid Adapted by Michael Friedman and Melanie Marnich From the Children’s Book by Katie Couric will entertain and teach. This delightful kids’ musical is about being different and overcoming teasing through the power of acceptance and friendship. Lazlo S. Gasky has just moved to the United States to start his first day of second grade – where he finds the funny way he talks and looks makes him the target of the other kids’ teasing. But when popular Ellie McSnelly decides to take a chance on him, all the kids learn that our differences are what make us great.
SOL CHILDREN THEATRE TROUPE
PERFORMING ARTS SUMMER CAMP 2012 ACTING • VOICE • DANCE • MUSICAL THEATRE TWO FULLY STAGED MUSICALS
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“As loving and wonderful as they are,” Katie Couric says, “children can sometimes be cruel. Kindness can be taught, and perhaps we can all do a better job helping our children learn about tolerance and inclusion.” This idea is central to The Brand New Kid and extends to include children who are misunderstood and feeling left out for any number of reasons. Marshall E. Rinker, Sr. Playhouse Tickets $25; Groups of 10 or More, Tickets $15; Children Under 1 Year $5 June 19-22 • Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday – 10:30 a.m. & 1 p.m. Thursday – 10:30 a.m. & 7 p.m. Tickets are available for purchase at the Kravis Center box office, 701 Okeechobee Blvd. in downtown West Palm Beach; online at www.kravis. org; or by phone at (561) 8327469 or (800) 572-8471.
Win a Family the 4-Pack to see ! Brand New Kid See page 18 for details!
Abby is looking sassy in her SwimZip “Sassy Surfer”. Adorable in polka dots and pink, and blocking UV rays at the same time! All SwimZips are UV 50+ which block 99% of UVA and UVB rays and are Chlorine resistant. The full length zipper down the front which is uniquely designed to provide easyon, easy-off. • UPF 50+ rash guard • Full zipper front • Flat seams • Quality stretch lycra/nylon construction • Zipper flap for safer zipping • Chlorine resistant • Comfy tagless neck • Size 6 months - 4T Fashion by -
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! It’s chilly
Daniel is making a splash in SwimZip’s “Beach Bum Style” . Size 6M- 4T Sun Protection is Important for Everyone - Specifically Little Ones • Apply a minimum of SPF 15 waterproof sunscreen 30 minutes before going out in the sun. Reapply every 45 minutes • A hat and UV-protection sunglasses are essential. Polarized glasses allow for better visibility and less eye fatigue for supervisors • The sun’s rays are strongest between 10 AM and 2 PM • You can get sunburned even when it is cloudy
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PB Picks Check out our favorite products and new stuff we are loving right now! Keep your child’s eyes protected from the sun year round with Kushies sunglasses. Available in bright, bold colors, these sunglasses block 100% of the sun’s harmful UVA & UVB rays and meet AOA (American Optometric Association) specifications for non-prescription sunglasses. Made of flexible Dupont rubber, they also feature polycarbonate impact & scratch resistant lenses. Polycarbonate impact and scratch resistant. Completely flexible and virtually unbreakable arms made of 100% Dupont rubber. ($5.49) Washable, reusable, and simply adorable! Kushies swim diapers allow water to easily pass through while keeping solids securely contained and out of the pool. With quick drying nylon and a soft terry liner for comfort, the wrap style design makes it easy to change your little one while the adjustable waist with added ties ensures a secure fit every time. Worn alone while swimming and with a diaper if needed when out of the water. Recommended for use in public and private pools. ($11.99) Kushies “on-the-go” waterproof wet bags are perfect for storing soiled diapers, dirty clothes and bibs, wet swimsuits or anything you want to keep separate while away from home. You can also use them to store a spare set of clothes, extra diapers or even a favorite toy. PVC, BPA, Lead and Phtalate free. Size 10.5” x 13” ($13.99) Kushies® creates and provides an innovative collection of quality baby products and accessories. Trusted by moms since 1987, Kushies offers more than 350 superior baby products including stylish layette and playwear, washable diapers, the award-winning Kushies Zolo toy collection and a broad range of baby essentials. The worldwide market leader in reusable cloth diapers and accessories, Kushies takes great pride in operating as a responsible company and as an environmentally concerned member of our planet. For more information on Kushies visit www.kushiesonline.com and like Kushies on facebook.com.
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The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts presents City Theatre and Orlando Repertory Theatre’s production of
THE BRAND NEW KID
Adapted by Michael Friedman and Melanie Marnich from the children’s book by Katie Couric
Chatman is a child’s talking, feeling, moving computer friend for everything they do online, providing fun, social skills, homework help, and safety. Just plug Chatman into a computer with the built-in USB cable (no batteries or power cord required), download the software CD, and log into www.mychatman.com with the provided access code to get started.
• Helps with homework – Ask him a question or browse for the answer. Chatman makes finding information online fun and easy. • Reminders – Keep birthdays, parties, tests, etc. organized to alert children of these important dates. Chatman also alerts when inappropriate chat is exchanged on social networks and when inappropriate web searches are attempted. Suitable for kids ages 6-12. Available at toysrus.com, bestbuy.com, HSN.com and target.com. For more information go to www. mychatman.com and like them on facebook www.facebook.com/mychatmanfriend
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Lazlo S. Gasky has just moved to the United States to start his first day of second grade – where he finds the funny way he talks and looks makes him the target of the other kids’ teasing. But when popular Ellie McSnelly decides to take a chance on him, all the kids learn that our differences are what make us great. Tickets $25 • Groups 10+ $15 • Infant on Lap (under 12 months) $5 CHOOSE YOUR SEAT AT KRAVIS.ORG OR CALL 561-832-7469 OR 1-800-572-8471 • GROUPS: 561-651-4304 or 561-651-4438
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Water Safety by Alyss Lange
With over 1,000,000 swimming pools and another 4,600 square miles of water in the state of Florida, teaching your child the skills to survive in and around the water couldn’t be more important. According to national drowning statistics, 70 percent of all preschoolers who drown are in the care of one or both parents at the time of the drowning and 75 percent are missing from sight for ﬁve minutes or less. Statistics like this, alarming as they may be, are meant to encourage you to take preventative action rather than discourage. A child’s ability to float or swim in water unassisted is not only a skill that could save their life but provides enjoyment for the child and a boost to their self-confidence. That said, no child is ever 100% water safe regardless of skill level and should be under adult supervision at all times. The threat of drowning is not limited to children, in fact a study by the American Red Cross of 1,000 adults found that 37% described their swimming skills as fair, lacking or non-existent with 13% unable to swim at all. It’s never too late to be proactive and contact your local swim school for lessons. At Swim Boca, we’ve had clients well into their 80’s who felt they were ready to take on their fear of the water. There are few things more satisfying that watching
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someone transcend their lifelong fear and find joy in swimming. In fact, many of our adult clients who reach that aha moment of learning to swim only wish they had done it sooner. When Mother Nature cranks up the temperature, many of us will take to the water to escape the heat and have a little fun. Don’t wait until it’s too late; if you, your loved or little one lacks basic water safety skills then I urge you to seek out a swim instructor in your area so those memories you create this summer can bring a smile to your face year after year. The American Red Cross offers these great water safety tips: • Learn to swim. The best thing anyone can do to stay safe in and around the water is to learn to swim. Always swim with a buddy; never swim alone. • Swim in areas supervised by a lifeguard. • Read and obey all rules and posted signs. • Watch out for the dangerous “too’s” – too tired, too cold, too far from safety, too much sun, too much strenuous activity. • Set water safety rules for the whole family based on swimming abilities (for example, inexperienced swimmers should stay in water less than chest deep).
Be knowledgeable of the water environment you are in and its potential hazards, such as deep and shallow areas, currents, depth changes, obstructions and where the entry and exit points are located. Pay attention to local weather conditions and forecasts. Stop swimming at the first indication of bad weather. Do not enter the water when lightening conditions exist. Use a feet-first entry when entering the water. Know how to prevent, recognize, and respond to emergencies.
Alyss Lange, owner and instructor at Swim Boca, was first introduced to the pool at 5 months of age and has been swimming ever since. Her first competition was at the age of two in her favorite stroke, butterfly. At six she became Delaware State Champion and held numerous records, some of which remain today. In 1990, Alyss was asked to represent the Mid-Atlantic States of DE, MD, NJ, PA, and VA. As a teen, Alyss was invited to swim at Germantown Academy for Coach Richard Shoulberg who has produced 11 Olympians. Her national ranking earned her a swimming scholarship to James Madison University. Swim Boca provides at home service to the following areas in Palm Beach and Broward County: Boca Raton, Delray Beach and Deerfield Beach. For more info visit, www.swimboca.com, facebook.com/ swimboca or call 888-576-7946
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• Never leave your child alone in the bathtub. • Don’t answer the phone, the door or get a towel -- if you need to leave take your child with you. • Watch your child from the moment they get in the tub till the moment they get out After pools, more and dry off. children drown • Don’t leave a baby or toddler in a in bathtubs than in bathtub under the care of another any other young child. product in and • Always, always check the around the home. temperature ﬁrst, particularly when you are at a hotel or visiting and giving your child a bath in a different tub. • Make sure your tub area is clear of electronic appliances. Hair dryers are responsible for several electrocutions a year. • Place ‘no slip’ strips to the bottom of the tub and regularly used areas in the bathroom as little bodies slip and fall easily on wet surfaces. • Add a “no slip” slip bath mat outside of the tub to prevent accidental falls from water being splashed out of the tub. • Take a portable or cell phone with you into the #1 EFFECTIVE bathroom. Use it for emergency calls only. SUPERVISION • Do not allow any small tub toys or parts of toys that could be swallowed or choked on. • Supervision is the ﬁrst, and • Baby bath seats are not a substitute for supervision. most critical line of defense A bath seat is a bathing aid, not a safety device. to prevent drowning. • Segment Supervision by Information provided by the Consumer Product Safety designating a speciﬁc Commission - www.cpsc.gov period of time to devote your complete and undivided attention to your child who is around the water (15 min.) - Don’t answer the phone, don’t Pediatric Dentistry read and don’t talk to other Specializing in Dentistry forAdolescents Infants, and Children, Adolescents pecializing in Dentistry for Infants, Children, those with Special Health Care needs adults - give your child and those with Special Health Care needs 100% of your attention. Michael J. Roseff, DMD, Michael J. Roseff, DMD, LLC LLC • Designate one parent as ediatric Dentist Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry the Water Watcher so there Delicious Town Center Flickr Twitter FL 33472 Retweet Canyon Boynton Beach, 784 Boynton Beach Blvd, #103, Boynton Beach, FL 33472 are never questions about 561-732-8333 h# 561-732-8333 fax# 561-732-8375 email@example.com which adult is responsible www.roseffpediatricdentistry.com for watching the child. Facebook MySpace StumbleUpon Digg
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A safe day at the beach & on the water
At the Beach • • • • • • • •
When you are at the beach make sure your child is dressed in bright colors, so he/she is easier to spot in a crowd of people. You cell phone is important at the beach, protect it from the salt and sand by putting it in a plastic bag. Store the number of the central life guard station in your phone. Know your location points at the beach, there are not street numbers in the sand. When you ﬁrst arrive at the beach, locate the guard tower and set up near it. Check with the guard on duty about existing conditions such as rip currents, run outs, jelly ﬁsh, etc. Introduce your child to the guard. If your child is caught in a rip current, instruct him/ her to not panic and swim parallel to the shore until the current releases him/her.
On the Water and in Boats •
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Lakes and rivers can be especially dangerous because of their dark and sometimes fast-moving water, therefore effective supervision of your child anytime he is around the dock, river or lake is especially critical. Have a rope and throw ring on your boat or dock such that these can be used in a moment’s notice. Do not allow small children to ride in the front of the boat while the boat is moving, uncontrollable wakes can propel a child from the boat. When towing children and/or adults in pairs, use the rule when one falls, everyone falls. You never know when someone might be injured in the water. Account for everyone who should be on the boat BEFORE you start the engine. Always remember to bring a phone on the boat and place it in a designated spot. If you have to go into the water to rescue someone, will you remember to take it out of your pocket ﬁrst?
IT’S IMPORTANT TO REMAIN WITHIN 10 FEET OF YOUR CHILD AT THE BEACH • Waves, currents and undertows can happen in an instant. • Keep in mind that if your child is standing in 12-18 inches of water, a two foot wave will bring the water completely over his/her head. • Make sure your child remains in only knee depth water.
Safety Tips provided by Infant Swimming Resource (ISR). www.infantswim.com ISR Instructor Sharon Powers offers lessons near Okeechobee Blvd / 441in Royal Palm Beach. Morning and Afternoon Lessons Available. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org | PBParenting.com | June 2012 13
Splash Splash Into Into Summer! Summer! 2012 Summer Camp Guide Camp Cobbossee is a 4-week overnight summer camp for boys located on Lake Cobbosseecontee in Maine. Part sports camp, part outdoor adventure camp, part traditional sleepaway camp, Camp Cobbossee’s unique program, outstanding staff, and spectacular location add up to the very best in Maine summer camps. www.campcobbossee.com Cultural Council of Palm Beach County The official arts agency that serves non-profit cultural organizations and professional artists throughout the county. Cultural Council of Palm Beach County organizations offering summer camps: Armory Art Center (561) 832-1776 x 33 • www.armoryart.org 1700 Parker Ave., West Palm Beach June 11-Aug. 10 Mon-Fri • 9am-4pm Summer Arts Camp (ages 4½-17) ArtStage Performing Arts Center (561) 747-7409 www.ArtStagePerformingArts.com 304 Tequesta Dr., Tequesta Art Stage Summer Camps (Dance and Theater) July 9 - Aug. 3 (ages 2-17) Boca Ballet Theatre (561) 995-0709 • www.bocaballet.org 7630 NW 6thAve., Boca Raton
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The Children’s Museum of Boca Raton (561) 368-6875 • www.cmboca.org 498 Crawford Blvd., Boca Raton July 2 - Aug 10 (ages 6-10) Everglades Youth Conservation Camp (561) 686-6600 • www.pinejog.fau.edu 12100 Seminole Pratt Whitney Rd,. West Palm Beach • July 1- Aug. 10 (ages 8-17). Residential summer program. Flagler Museum (561) 655-2833• www.flaglermuseum.us One Whitehall Way, Palm Beach June 11-15th (6th-8th grade) Kids Need More Art (561) 339-1077 Pine Jog Environmental Education Center 6301 Summit Blvd., West Palm Beach July 16-20, 23-27, July 30-Aug. 3 (ages 5-11) Kravis Center (561) 651-4366 • www.kravis.org/artscamp 701 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach Arts Camp June 11-29 (ages 9-11) Lake Worth Playhouse Summer Camp (561) 586-6169 x217 www.lakeworthplayhouse.org 713 Lake Ave., in Downtown Lake Worth Jun 11-29 & Jul 16 - Aug. 4 (ages 8-14) Lighthouse Art Center, School of Art (561) 748-8737 • www.LighthouseArts.org 395 Seabrook Rd., Tequesta June 11- Aug. 17 (ages 4-12) Loggerhead Marinelife Center (561) 627-8280 • www.marinelife.org
Cultural Council of Palm Beach County Camps (continued) 14200 US Highway 1, Juno Beach June 11-Aug. 10 Marine Camp (grades 1-8) , Field Experience Program (grades 9-12) Maltz Jupiter Theatre (561) 575-2672 Ext. 2 • www.jupitertheatre.org 1001 E. Indiantown Road, Jupiter Summer Conservatory - June11- Aug. 10 Okeeheelee Nature Center (561) 233-1400 Ext.3 • www.pbcparks.com/ nature/okeeheelee_nature_center 7715 Forest Hill Blvd, West Palm Beach Marine Science - June 11-15 (ages 9-12) Old School Square Cultural Arts Center (561) 243-7922 Ext. 309 • www.oldschool.org 51 N. Swinton Avenue, Delray Beach Kickin’Arts Camps July 9-Aug. 3 (ages 6-12) Palm Beach State College email@example.com www.palmbeachstate.edu/x2272.xml 4200 Congress Avenue, Lake Worth Summer Youth Arts Program June 11-July 12 (ages 10-14) • (561) 207-5905 www.eisseycampustheatre.org EisseyCampus Theatre 11051 Campus Drive, Palm Beach Gardens Teen Summer Theatre Program June 18-29 (ages 13-16) Palm Beach Zoo (561) 533-0887 x229 www.palmbeachzoo.org 1301 Summit Boulevard, West Palm Beach Summer Zoo Camp (ages 5-14) Wildlife Conservation Summer Academy (grades 9-12) Pine Jog Environmental Summer Camp (561) 656-5430 • www.pinejog.fau.edu 6301 Summit Boulevard, West Palm Beach Environmental Day Camp for boys and girls June 11- Aug 10 (ages 5-12)
River Center (561) 743-7123 • www.loxahatcheeriver.org 805 North US Highway 1, Jupiter June 11-15 & Jul y 16-20 Sandoway House Nature Center (561) 274-7263 • www.sandowayhouse.org 142 S. Ocean Boulevard, Delray Beach Ocean View Summer Camp Sol Children Theatre in Partnership with Olympic Heights Community High School (561) 447-8829 • www.solchildren.org 20101 Lyons Road, Boca Raton Performing Arts Day Camp| (ages 7-teens) June 11 - Jul y 6 and July 9 - Aug. 3 South Florida Science Museum (561) 832-2026 • www.sfsm.org 4801 Dreher Trail North, West Palm Beach June 11- Aug. 17 • ages 4-12) Youth Orchestra of Palm Beach County (561) 281-8600 • www.yopbc.org 2285 Potomac Road, Boca Raton Jump-N-Play Inflatables Attention Camp Directors! Bring fun to your summer camp! Prices starting at $120 including FREE delivery, set up, & take down of Bounce house. Safe operators make a difference! (561) 676-3695 www.jumpnplay.org Jupiter Outdoor Center Paddle Camp Since 1997, Jupiter Outdoor Center has inspired interest in nature, taught paddleboarding skills and explored Jupiter waterways with our skilled and dedicated team of trained and experienced counselors, June 11 - Aug. 24 -Ages 6 to 14 years old $225 – $275 per week and now offering full day option for before and aftercare call 561-747-0063 or visit us at www.jupiteroutdoorcenter.com | PBParenting.com | June 2012 15
Old School Square Kickin’ Arts Camp Jul. 9 - Aug. 3 (ages 6-12) Four one-week sessions will incorporate a different “Pirates and Treasures” theme each week -with lots of fun activities for boys and girls! Theatre games, music, art projects and more are led by a caring, creative staff who will give your child support and encouragement. A Friday Showcase for family and friends will cap each week. Bring lunch and a snack. Camp fee includes materials (561) 243-7922• www.oldschool.org 51 N. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach Palm Beach Ice Works Learn to Skate Camp and Learn to Play Hockey Camp June 25 to June 29 first session July 16 to the July 20 second session These two camps are for beginners, or those who are just starting to learn. (561) 656-4046 or visit www.pbiw.org 1590 N. Florida Mango Rd., West Palm Beach Palm Beach Zoo Participants can sign up for one week or the entire summer. Each week offers a unique wildlife theme as participants experience zoo keeping activities, behind-the-scenes tours, scavenger hunts, enriching conservation education activities, and interactive fountain time. Each day participants will enjoy upclose animal encounters, animal exhibit visits, crafts, games, and more. (ages 5-17) Spaces are limited. (561) 547-WILD ext. 229 www.palmbeachzoo.org 1301 Summit Boulevard, West Palm Beach
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SHOWTIME Performing Arts - Now Enrolling Summer Performing Arts Camp! Experienced and professional staff will provide one-on-one attention and lead your child to increase skills in auditioning, acting, singing, dancing and performing. Performances will be: Legally Blonde, Cinderella, Godspell and two separate one week mini-camps inspired by the hit TV show Glee!! Sessions start June 11th. Core program Monday through Friday 9am-3pm. Extended hours 3-6pm . Space is limited. Visit www.showtimeboca.com for complete details or call 561.394.2626 503 SE Mizner Blvd. Ste. 73 • Boca Raton Sol Children Theatre Troupe - Performing Arts Day Camp offering daily master classes in voice, acting, dance and musical theatre. In addition to classes campers have the opportunity to learn stage craft, stage management and the technical aspects of theatre. Camp staff includes national celebrity Richard Zavaglia as director; his creative staff are all well-known local professionals. Each camp session culminates in a fully-staged musical production. June 11- July 6 and July 9 - Aug. 3 (ages 7-teens) (561) 447-8829 • www.solchildren.org 20101 Lyons Road, Boca Raton
“Summer Of Fun” Enrichment Camp 8 Weeks, full & part-time. Free Summer VPK. (ages 2 to kindergarten) Weekly Entertainment: Magic & Animal Shows Storytellers (561) 792-2649 900 Big Blue Trace, Wellington firstname.lastname@example.org
Sanity Savers for the Family Road Trip By Dr. Michele Borba According to the Travel Industry Association, we usually take eight to ten summer car trips with the kids. Each trek is bound to be a fun family memory, right? Most parents’ car trip recollections consist of antsy kids repeatedly asking, “Aren’t we there yet?” Luckily, with a little preparation, you can reduce the kid squabbles and boost the “family fun factor.” 1. Boredom: “There’s nothing to do!” Pack the car with things the kids can do to pass the time alone and together. 2. Discipline: “Kevin hit me!” Research finds that 3 to 7 year old siblings squabble about 3.5 times every hour and 2 to 4 year olds squabble about six times per hour — and that’s in your house! Strap kids into a car next to each other for several hours in heat and the result is T.R.O.U.B.L.E. Your best secret is to stay on the offense and anticipate bickering so you can head off World War III in your car. • Post car rules: “No shouting and hands to self” are critical for both sanity and safety. Review rules before starting your trip. • Take frequent stops: The American Academy of Pediatrics suggests you stop at least every two hours for about fifteen minutes. Your kids need potty breaks and the opportunity to run off that pent-up energy. They’ll also be more likely to nap once back in the car. • Keep on sleep schedules: Try to check into a hotel with a pool. Swimming not only cools kids off but also wears them down. They also sleep better at night and wellrested kids make better travelers.
3. Family Memories: Involve the kids before you start the trip so each child can think about the one thing they would like to do or collect on the trip. • Keep a journal or scarpbook - write or draw a favorite memory and each day add to your collection (feather, wild-flower, post-card). 4.Antsy: “Aren’t we there yet?” Long driving stretches are tough on kids and drivers. Your best secret to fight the “aren’t we there yet?” battle cry is to use the scouting motto: “Be Prepared.” Here’s how: • Sing camp songs: Make a list of songs to sing like “Wheels on the Bus”, “The Ants Go Marching…” • Play car games • Give surprise treats: Give pre-purchased inexpensive treats (such as mini play-doh containers, notepads, colored pencils, stickers, fruit roll ups, gum) at strategic moments. Don’t forget to have fun. You are making a memory! (And don’t forget–it’s your vacation as well!) Dr. Michele Borba is an educational psychologist, TODAY Show contributor, parenting expert and Mom. Follow her on twitter @ micheleborba or on her website, micheleborba. com. This article is adapted from her book, The Big Book of Parenting Solutions: 101 Answers to Your Everyday Challenges and Wildest Worries | PBParenting.com | June 2012
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Calendar Hatchling Tales - Bring your “hatchlings” for ocean inspired stories and games at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center. Hatchling Tales are FREE, open to the public, and no pre-registration is required. 14200 U.S. Highway One • Juno Beach, For more info, 561-627-8280, ext. 107
Every Thursday 5:30 PM - 9 PM
Palm Beach Gardens Summer Market Nights Spend your Thursday evenings under the beautiful Florida sky. Come and enjoy live music and shop for prepared food and drink items, plants, flowers, produce and handmade crafts. Gardens Park - 4301 Burns Rd - PBG. Call for more info, 561.630.1100.
Every Saturday 11 AM
Fri. June 1 • 7 PM
Summer Family Flick Night “The Muppets” Time: Movie will begin at 8pm (movie running time 103 min.) FREE outdoor movie on the Community Center lawn to kick off the summer! Bring your own chairs and blankets and come early to get a good seat. This free, family friendly movie will be shown on a 2 storyinflatable screen! Prior to the movie start, from 7-8pm there will be a free bullying prevention information, a bounce house & raffle prizes. Light refreshments, candy and snacks will be available for purchase. This event is rain or shine! In the event of bad weather the movie will be hosted inside. Jupiter Community Center lawn, 200 Military Trail • Jupiter Sun. June 17 -
Storytime @ Barnes & Noble 11380 Legacy Ave, PBG Call for more information 561.625.3932
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Mon, June 25 • 10 AM
Dream Big: Ice Age Rampage! Learn about and see real Florida fossils including mammoth, sloth, and saber cat skulls. Touch a real dinosaur egg and megalodon tooth. Presented by Jurassic Parts. Ages 5 & up. (45 min.) Preregister. PBC Library - Gardens Branch - 11303 Campus Drive, PBG Call to pre-register - 561.626.6133
Wed. June 27 • 11 AM - 1 PM Lucia “Lucy” Escobar Realtor®, GRI, TRC
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Calendar CENTRAL - West Palm Beach, Lake Worth
Every Wednesday • 5 PM - 8 PM West Palm Beach “Summer Thyme” Green Market Waterfront Commons, Downtown WPB For details www.wpb.org/greenmarket/ Every Thursday Night • 6PM-9PM Clematis By Night - Free Fountainside Concert Series Located at the City Commons. www.wpb.org/waterfront/ Every Friday Night (starting June 1) 5:30 PM-9PM “Summer Safari” at the Palm Beach Zoo - featuring children’s entertainment, roving animal encounters and shows, complimentary rides on the Wildlife Carousel, live music in the Fountain Plaza, and dinner specials in the Tropics Café. Zoo Admission is free for Zoo Members. Non-members receive discounted admission of $14.95 for adults and $8.95 for children ages 3-12 during Safari Nights.
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Public Ice Skating Mon., Wed. and Friday from 2 to 4 PM and Tues and Thurs from 4:15 to 6:15 PM Palm Beach Ice Works - 1590 N. Florida Mango Road • WPB • www.pbiw.org Times subject to change please call ahead to confirm 561.656.4046.
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Fri. June 8 • 8 PM
Screen on the Green, Waterfront Commons, WPB. Come watch a free movie under the stars on The Great Lawn on the big screen. Located at Clematis and Flagler Blvd. Bring lawn chairs or blankets. Movie starts at approx. at 8:00 PM - this month’s movie: E.T. (PG)
Thurs. June 14 • 11 AM
Small Fish Big Fish Swim School will help host The World’s Largest Swimming Lesson™ (WLSL), Thursday, June 14, 2012, to build awareness about the vital importance of teaching children to swim and to help prevent drowning. On June 14th, waterparks, pools and other aquatic facilities around the globe will host local WLSL lessons simultaneously at 11am ET (3pm GMT) in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record. Call for more info, 561.818.SWIM or go to www. smallfishbigfish.com. The Swim Lesson will be held at 346 Pike Road Suites 3 and 4 • West Palm Beach
June 19-22 City Theatre & Orlando Repertory Theatre’s Production of The Brand New Kid Adapted by Michael Friedman and Melanie Marnich From the Children’s Book by Katie Couric Marshall E. Rinker, Sr. Playhouse Tickets $25; Groups of 10 or More, Tickets $15; Children Under 1 Year $5 June 19-22 • Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday – 10:30 a.m. & 1 p.m. Thursday – 10:30 a.m. & 7 p.m. Tickets are available for purchase at the Kravis Center box office, 701 Okeechobee Blvd. in downtown West Palm Beach; online at www.kravis.org; or by phone at 561. 832.7469. Please call ahead to confirm. Events are subject to change.
June 9 • 12-2 PM Father’s Day Craft - Tile Learning Express Toys 2625 S State Rd 7 • Wellington Call for more info, 561.422.3112
Sat. June 16 • 10:15 AM
Hip! Hip! Hooray! It’s Father’s Day! Honor the special men in your life with stories, songs, and a craft. Ages 2 & up. (45 min.) Preregister. PBC Library - Wellington Branch 1951 Royal Fern Dr., Wellington Call 561.790.6070 to preregister
Fri. June 22 • 8 PM
Movie - Alvin & the Chipmunks Chipwrecked (G) Wellington Amphitheater - 12100 Forest Hill Blvd Wellington
Thurs. June 14 • 11 AM
Small Fish Big Fish Swim School will help host The World’s Largest Swimming Lesson™ (WLSL), Thursday, June 14, 2012, to build awareness about the vital importance of teaching children to swim and to help prevent drowning. On June 14th, waterparks, pools and other aquatic facilities around the globe will host local WLSL lessons simultaneously at 11am ET (3pm GMT) in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record. Call for more info, 561.818.SWIM or go to www. smallfishbigfish.com. The Swim Lesson will be held at 346 Pike Road Suites 3 and 4 • West Palm Beach
Fri. June 15 • 8 PM Movie - We Bought a Zoo (PG) Wellington Amphitheater - 12100 Forest Hill Blvd Wellington
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Pirate Party - Sticky Mosaic Treasure Chest $5 - Limit 12 Kids Learning Express Toys • 2625 S State Rd 7 • Wellington • Call for more info and to RSVP, 561.422.3112
Sat. June 30 • 1 PM
Renaissance Faire Experience what life was like during Renaissance times with the local group The Society for Creative Anachronism. Activities and displays include rapier fighting, face painting, puppet theater, Elizabethan costumes, and more. PBC Library - Wellington Branch 1951 Royal Fern Dr., Wellington For more info, 561.790.6070
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Every Saturday • 11 AM Storytime at Barnes & Noble The Shoppes at Wellington Green 10500 West Forest Hill Blvd. Wellington • Call 561.792.1292 for info.
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Calendar SOUTH - Boynton Beach, Delray, Boca Raton
Thurs. June 14 • 3 PM
Smokey the Bear Smokey and the Division of Forestry will teach us how to stay safe this summer. All ages. (45 min.) Preregister. PBC Library - Glades Road Branch 20701 95th Ave. South, Boca Raton Call for more info and to preregister 561.482.4554
Thurs, June 28 • 3 PM
Drowning Prevention The Drowning Safety Coalition will offer stories, crafts, and more about water safety. Ages 4 & up. (45 min.) Preregister. PBC Library - Glades Road Branch 20701 95th Ave. South, Boca Raton Call for more info and to preregister 561.482.4554
Sat. June 16 • 1-2:30 PM
Nature Craft For Dad Design and decorate a card and gift bag for Father’s Day using natural objects you find at the Nature Center. Ages 7 – 12. Adults must sign-in children, but do not have to stay. Reservations and prepayment required at least 3 days in advance 561.338.1542 Member $10 Non-member $15 • Gumbo Limbo Nature Center 1801 North Ocean Blvd, Boca Raton,
Tues. June 12 •10 AM - 11:30AM
Breastfeeding Support Group This FREE breastfeeding support group is lead by Kim Guelig IBCLC, RLC. Bring your baby and join community of mothers and mother’s to be to discuss breastfeeding questions and support for one another. This support group is for mother’s of all stages pregnancy through weaning. An infant scale will be available to weigh your baby if you desire. Call for more info, 561.309.4314 .The Red Tent 20 S. Swinton Ave. • Delray Beach Fri, Jun 15, 2:00 pm Fantastic Father’s Day Surprise Make something special for Dad and hear stories about those special guys in our lives. Ages 4 & up. (45 min.) Preregister. PBC Library Hagen Ranch Road Branch 14350 Hagen Ranch Road, Delray Beach Call for more info and to preregister 561.894.7500
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Wed. June 27 • 3 PM
Aligator Feeding - Daggerwing Nature Center - Gather round the alligator tank in the Daggerwing Nature Center exhibit hall and get a short talk about our baby gator while he is being fed. Feel free to ask questions! 11200 Park Access Rd., Boca Raton. Call 561.629.8760 for more info.
Sat. June 30 • 5 PM - 9 PM
Karaoke with Alex Under the Stars - Be the star on the stage at the Canyon Town Center Amphitheater in Boynton Beach. Bring lawn chairs and picnic baskets, pets on leashes welcome. Free admission. 8802 Boynton Beach Blvd. Boynton Beach. For more info, 561.488.8069
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