Shark Wake Park Grand Opening

By |May 21st, 2019|

Greg Norman’s Shark Wake Park Announces Grand Opening on Saturday, June 15  Public Event will Feature Official Ribbon Cutting of Wake Park and Aqua Park with Live Music, Food Trucks and Pro Exhibitions Shark Wake Park 561 – South Florida’s premier cable and water park complex - announces its Grand Opening on Saturday June 15 from 11am – 3pm at Okeeheelee Park. The park will open to the public at 10 a.m. for a ribbon cutting ceremony with [...]

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Spring Break Fun

By |February 28th, 2019|

Spring break for Palm Beach County Public Schools is from March 18-25. There are many great camp options (check out our list here).  However, you may opt to take some time off from work or maybe you are a stay at home parent and need some ideas on where to go with the little ones during the break. Explore your backyard People travel from all over the world to enjoy the sun, beach and beautiful [...]

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Spring Break Camp 2019

By |February 26th, 2019|

Spring Break for Palm Beach County Public Schools is March 18-25. Here are some great options for camp! Aloha Surf Camp Located in Juno Beach.  Call 561.543.7873 or visit www.alohasurfingschool.com. ArtNest Located in Delray Beach.  Call 561-562.8897 or visit www.ArtNestDelray.com. Black Dog Performing Arts Camp Located in Wellington.  Call 561-308-2975 or visit www.blackdogwellington.com.  Breakers West Country Club Located in West Palm Beach. Call 561.653.6330 or visit www.breakerswestclub.com. Bright Beginnings Located in Greenacres. Call 561.629.8005 or visit www.BrightBeginningsPrep.com. Brighthouse Day Camp Located in Boynton Beach. Call 561.738.1984 or [...]

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Help Your Kids Conquer Thanksgiving And Holiday Eating By Creating A Life Ofhealthy Eating Habits

By |November 19th, 2018|

Eating expert and Sociologist Dr. Dina Rose, author of IT’S NOT ABOUT THE BROCCOLI:  Three Habits to Teach Your Kids for a Lifetime of Healthy Eating (Perigee) offers these steps to Help Your Kids (AND YOU) Conquer Thanksgiving and Holiday Eating and create a lifetime of healthy eating habits without focusing solely on nutrition: 1.       DO tell children what will be on the menu — and when. Don’t assume they know. Then, brainstorm together how they’ll find something to eat, if [...]

15 Ways to be Thankful

By |November 16th, 2018|

• For Children (and Adults) of All Ages •  Thankful: adjective  thank·ful : glad that something has happened or not happened, that something or someone exists, etc. : of, relating to, or expressing thanks Does it seem that children today don’t know the meaning of being thankful? We live in a consumer based, technology driven world and sometimes life flashes by so quick. We are in such a hurry that we often don’t have to [...]

A “Clean-Twist ” on Thanksgiving Favorites

By |November 16th, 2018|

Nailing the perfect Thanksgiving is downright difficult.  Between picky eaters, dietary restrictions and a new focus on serving better-for-you options, finding the right foods has never been more important. Clean eaters still focused on quenching their sweet tooth are in luck this holiday season.  Simple Mills has created a slew of Thanksgiving recipes which range from a twist on old favorites, to right out of a millennial’s mind. Recipes include: ·         [...]

“Get Your Guac On” for Special Olympics Florida

By |October 5th, 2018|

“Get Your Guac On” This October 7 At Local Chipotle Mexican Grill Restaurants And Support Special Olympics Florida   On Sunday, October 7, eating at any of the 152 participating Chipotle Mexican Grill Restaurants in Florida can support Special Olympics Florida—an organization dedicated to empowering those with intellectual disabilities through sports. All day (10:45 a.m. and 10:00 p.m.), 33% of every fundraiser sale will go directly to Special Olympics Florida. To participate, enjoy lunch or dinner [...]

Party On! 10 Party Tips to keep your party easy and fun!

By |February 14th, 2018|

Party planning shouldn’t be a headache or be stressful. Keep your day easy breezy with some of PB Parenting’s favorite party planning tips! Start with the invite list. It dictates everything: How large a venue you need, what kind of theme or activities you pick, etc. What about siblings? Before age 7, inviting sibli ngs is a nice gesture if you have the space and funds. However, other parents understand your predicament firsthand. If it’s [...]

Summer is as Easy as A-B-C!

By |June 5th, 2017|

Summer Sun & Fun Summer is as easy as A-B-C from Camp Mommy to Weekend Fun to Summer Vacation. Here are some suggestions to keep the fun times of Summer going!  By Felonice Merriman A is for Art! When the mid-day temperatures hit over 90 degrees seek some shade or a/c and work on an art project with the kids. Not creative? Let the experts at Kids Need More Art or Armory Art Center help [...]

Protect Your Family From THE ZIKA VIRUS

By |March 10th, 2017|

By Robin Hodes They’re a species that is universally detested and even feared: mosquitos. But now, it’s easier than ever to fight back, thanks to the SWAT Mosquito System, which homeowners can conveniently operate right from their iPad or smart phone. “We’re the only company that offers an app for androids and iPhones,” says Brent Ball of SWAT, who explains that in an increasingly technological world, it was the obvious next step for the company [...]

Auditions Seek Students for Five Maltz Jupiter Theatre Productions

By |March 7th, 2017|

FIRST STEP TO STARDOM AUDITIONS SEEK STUDENTS FOR FIVE MALTZ JUPITER THEATRE PRODUCTIONS   Theatre’s annual free audition event will feature youth casting for all of the professional shows in the Theatre’s 2017/18 season, including Disney Newsies and Hairspray March 7, 2017 – The Maltz Jupiter Theatre is seeking young performers for its South Florida regional premiere of Disney Newsies!  The Broadway smash hit is just one of the shows with roles up for grabs at the [...]

The Ultimate List of 100+ Non-Toy Gift Ideas

By |October 27th, 2016|

By Heather Lynne, Felonice Merriman & Jennifer Preville If you are overwhelmed by the growing collection of toys in your home, then you may find this list helpful as you start your holiday shopping. Yearly Passes Palm Beach Zoo Schoolhouse Children’s Museum & Learning Center South Florida Science Center & Aquarium Lion Country Safari Local Indoor Play Places such as Cool Beans Indoor Playground and Cafe and Joey’s Outback Adventures One-Time Passes Movies Bowling Swimming at [...]

Community News: September

By |September 25th, 2016|

The Superhero 5K Race & Fun Run/Family Day is a themed family friendly event created to raise awareness and support for foster children in our area. The 5K will be a timed race and include awards. Everyone will receive a custom finisher’s medal. The event will be held at John Prince Park, Lake Worth at the Center Pavilion on October 8. Registration & Sign In: 6:30 am 5K Start  and Walk Start Time: 7:30 am [...]

No Homework Hassles: 7 Simple Ways To Raise Conscientious Students

By |September 25th, 2016|

By Christina Katz Homework serves many helpful purposes. Students learn how to follow through on lessons taught in the classroom. Homework tests a student’s comprehension of material that has already been covered in class so that learning gaps can be caught early. Finally, homework teaches kids how to focus in locations outside of school. Being able to settle down and get to work on a project is a skill that serves students in school and [...]

5 Tips for Choosing a Pediatrician

By |September 25th, 2016|

By Sarah Lyons After your baby is born, you will visit the pediatrician often. In the first year, your baby will have seven well visits. Studies show that first time parents may visit their child’s pediatrician up to sixteen times before baby’s first birthday (source www.fitpregnancy.com). Your child’s doctor plays an important role in their life and, therefore, you will need to find one that is a good fit for the parents and the child. [...]

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