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Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s #UnwrapTheWaves candy wrapper recycling program is back!

By |October 23rd, 2019|

Loggerhead Marinelife Center's  #UnwrapTheWaves candy wrapper recycling program is back! Partnering with 29 Palm Beach County Schools and 7 community partners, LMC will collect and recycle #Halloween and fall-inspired candy wrappers through TerraCycle‘s zero waste program. All candy wrappers will be 100% recycled and used to make school supplies and other repurposed items. Last year we recycled 19,000 candy wrappers! Do you think we can beat our record this year?! Please consider dropping off your candy wrappers at one of [...]

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Drive Shack will host a Halloween Boo Bash

By |October 23rd, 2019|

West Palm Beach’s newly opened social entertainment venue Drive Shack will host a Halloween Boo Bash on Sunday, Oct. 27, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Kids can come decked out in their favorite costumes and enjoy trick or treating across the three-story venue, starting at 1 p.m. Offering plenty of fun for the whole family, there will also be face painting, a photo booth and more. In addition, Drive Shack is offering free kids meals throughout the Boo [...]

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Party Planning Tips from A to Z!

By |October 7th, 2019|

Throwing a party? It’s as easy as A B C!  Planning a Birthday Party in Palm Beach County? PB Parenting Magazine is here to help with party tips as easy as ABC A is for Allergy  - You don’t want to find out after an allergic reaction that one of your party guests can’t eat nuts or gluten. Ask for any dietary restrictions when people RSVP, and plan your party menu accordingly. B is for [...]

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Baby and Beyond Expo Delivers More Than Expected

By |September 30th, 2019|

Parenthood doesn’t come with a manual, so let the experts guide you. Bring your baby, your bump or your brood to the South Florida Baby and Beyond Expo to find everything you need and what to expect. Jupiter Medical Center is the presenting sponsor of the expo, which takes place October 5 and 6 at the Palm Beach County Convention Center.  The two-day event has everything for your growing family – from the cutest clothing [...]

Hall of Heroes opens September 20 at the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium

By |September 20th, 2019|

SUPERHEROES FLY TO THE SOUTH FLORIDA SCIENCE CENTER AND AQUARIUM! Superheroes are strengthening young minds at the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium (SFSCA) with this fall’s Blockbuster exhibit, Hall of Heroes.  Opening on September 20 and running through April 19, 2020, the exhibit will celebrate and explore the history and science behind America’s fascination with favorite characters and their impact on popular culture throughout the 20th century and beyond. “In our mission to open every mind [...]

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Palm Beach County Library System Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

By |August 26th, 2019|

The Palm Beach County Library System invites you to the Hispanic Heritage Month celebration. We celebrate our community’s cultural diversity, the beautiful traditions of Latin American countries and the contributions Hispanics have made to American society. Join us for a wide variety of events for the entire family. Check the calendar for special events at your local branch. Events are offered in English and Spanish. For more information, please visit http://events.pbclibrary.org/events-and-classes/hispanic-heritage-month-2019. Sponsored by the Friends of [...]

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Back to School Picks

By |August 13th, 2019|

Back to School is here! Here are some great items to help you get ready! Flexible, strong and durable, Dabbawalla Lunch Bags are perfect for young children heading off to school! All lunch bags feature a sturdy handle and two interior mesh pockets, and are roomy enough to fit lunch, a water bottle and snacks. Each insulated bag is made from sustainable material that is degradable, recyclable and 100% toxic-free, lead-free, BPA-free, and no phthalates [...]

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The Center for Creative Education’s C4 Media Arts Program brings arts and technology education to at-risk students

By |August 13th, 2019|

By combining the arts and technology, The Center for Creative Education’s C4 Media Arts Program is ready to help launch students of all ages into the digital media arts (cinema, graphic arts and coding). The center is staffed with the latest equipment and  teaching artists that use art activities to teach art skills and reinforce classroom studies.  The Center for Creative Education is an educational nonprofit that was created more than 20 years ago to [...]

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Four big Employers in Palm Beach Supplying $110,000 in Backpacks

By |August 13th, 2019|

The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office and U.S. Sugar Team up with The Education Foundation of Palm Beach County to Supply Thousands of Backpacks to Elementary School Students. FPL and Gunster join the effort resulting in $110,000 in donated supplies. West Palm Beach, FL – To ease parents’ costs for this school year, The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, U.S. Sugar, Gunster and Florida Power & Light Company (FPL)  have donated $110,000 in backpacks filled with school supplies for students in Title 1 [...]

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Library System Served More Than 45,000 Meals and Snacks This Summer

By |August 12th, 2019|

June and July at the library included sandwiches and snacks as the popular Summer Food Service continued into its third year of fighting hunger in Palm Beach County. The Library System exceeded its Summer Food Service goal by 8%, with a final count of 45,792 meals during fiscal year 2019. Over the last three years, 107,004 meals have been served throughout the Library System. More than 51,000 lunches and 55,000 snacks have been distributed. “Libraries [...]

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A Back-to-School Checklist for Your Child’s Health

By |August 10th, 2019|

By: Dr. Lou Romig Preparing for your children to go to school in the fall means more than buying new clothes and school supplies. Here’s a checklist of a few things that will help your child stay healthy and happy during the school year. Obtain school and sports physicals and update vaccinations as needed. If your child takes medication every day, make sure you have an adequate supply. If your child takes prescription medications only [...]

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Reduce First Day Jitters

By |August 8th, 2019|

BY SARAH LYONS As kids pack up their new backpacks, sharpen their pencils, and try on their new fall clothes, most start to get excited about the first day of school. While the beginning of the school year is an exciting time and represents a new start, some kids may feel anxious about the unknown.  A new teacher, new classmates, or a new school can cause a lot of stress and anxiety. Using some simple [...]

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Summer Fun Savings in Palm Beach County

By |July 23rd, 2019|

There are still a few weeks of Summer and the kids are getting bored! Check out these deals (some of them exclusive for PB Parenting readers) to have some affordable fun before school starts! Adrenaline Entertainment Center offers 45,000 sqft of Extreme Play.  SUMMER RUSH SPECIAL!  Monday through Friday 11am – 4pm you can get 3 hours + Drink + Pizza Slice for only $20 all Summer long. If you’re looking for a day of adventure and excitement, look [...]

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RED, WHITE, BLUE AND BOOM

By |June 25th, 2019|

City of West Palm Beach announces plans for annual 4th on Flagler Nearly 100,000 guests of all ages are expected to show up at the City of West Palm Beach’s 31st annual 4th on Flagler celebration - many dressed in red, white and blue – and all looking forward to the time when the fireworks go ‘boom.’ The Independence Day celebration is one of the largest free events in South Florida. The event takes place along Flagler Drive [...]

EXPERIENCE THE SIZZLE OF LIN-MANUEL MIRANDA’S IN THE HEIGHTS AT THE MALTZ JUPITER THEATRE

By |June 25th, 2019|

Students from the Theatre’s Goldner Conservatory of Performing Arts will perform the hit musical on the Theatre’s stage Before there was Hamilton: An American Musical, there was In The Heights, the Tony Award®-winning Broadway musical that made composer and lyricist Lin-Manuel Miranda a star. And later this month, families with teens can enjoy the hit musical on stage at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, June 28, and Saturday, June 29. Tickets are $25 [...]

Summer in Paradise Downtown West Palm

By |June 12th, 2019|

CONE-Y ISLAND AND OTHER SUMMER IN PARADISE ELEMENTS ARE “CONE-FIRMED” A-MAZING   Summer in Paradise kickoff draws crowd downtown in celebration of West Palm Beach’s icon status  While the first day of summer is a few weeks away, the City of West Palm Beach has already kicked off the sunshine season with the launch of its fifth annual Summer in Paradise (SIP) campaign. Opening to a large crowd last week, attendees of the Clematis by Night Summer in [...]

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11 Fun ways to spend Father’s Day

By |June 1st, 2019|

Looking for simple and meaningful Father’s Day activities? Check out these fun activities for children of all ages and dads with all different interests. 1. Play Mini-Golf (or Real Golf) Whether Dad is a pro on the golf course or more of a putt-putt kind of guy, an afternoon of golf is fun for fathers and kids alike. Stick with miniature golf if the kids are beginners. Going to the driving range is a great [...]

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Community Cares: Live Like Jake

By |June 1st, 2019|

Local Foundation Raises Awareness and Funds to Prevent Childhood Drowning  Losing a child is something no parent should  ever go through.  After losing their son in a drowning accident in 2013, Keri and Roarke Morrison made it their mission that no parent should go through the same experience they did. They founded the Live Like Jake Foundation after their son’s tragic passing at only 2 years 10 months old. Live Like Jake preserves their son’s [...]

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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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10 Ways to Celebrate Mom on Mother’s Day

By |May 9th, 2019|

According to the National Retail Federation, Mother’s Day spending is expected to total a near-record $23.1 billion this year. A total 86 percent of Americans will celebrate Mother’s Day and spend an average of $180 per person. Shoppers plan on spending $4.6 billion on jewelry alone. Does mom really need another “Mom” Necklace in a Heart? Another $5 Billion will be spent on cards and flowers. I assure you, while these are all nice gifts, [...]

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BROADWAY MEGAHIT CATS SET TO ROAR AT THE MALTZ JUPITER THEATRE

By |May 9th, 2019|

Sixty-five students from the Theatre’s Goldner Conservatory of Performing Arts will perform the Tony Award-winning musical on the Theatre’s stage, led by a team that includes three performers from the original Broadway cast The groundbreaking song-and-dance spectacular CATS is coming to the Maltz Jupiter Theatre stage! With performances slated for Friday, May 17, and Saturday, May 18, the fantastical musical will feature 65 local students in grades 6-12 and members of the Theatre’s college-level Professional Training Program. [...]

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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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Easy as 1…2…3 Party Planning Tips

By |February 10th, 2019|

Check out these easy party planning tips to help make planning your child’s birthday party easy and stress free as 1, 2, 3!  Start with an invite list. It dictates everything: How large a venue, what kind of theme or activities you pick, etc. What about siblings? Before age 7, inviting siblings is a nice gesture if you have the space and funds. However, other parents understand your predicament firsthand. If it’s not feasible, don’t [...]

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Community Cares: Rosarian Academy

By |February 5th, 2019|

 8,000+ Pounds of Peppers Picked to Help Feed the Local Hungry and Prevent Food Waste  Rosarian Academy 4th grader Annabelle Damiano picks a bell pepper to help feed the hungry in our community. The National Junior Honor Society at Rosarian Academy led the school community in a large-scale gleaning effort to provide food for those less fortunate in Palm Beach County on February 2. More than 30 pre-school through 8th grade students, family members, and administrators spent their Saturday [...]

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Winter Break Camps

By |November 29th, 2018|

Winter Break in Palm Beach County is coming soon! Be ready with Winter Break Camps! Some even offer daily rates. Register soon as camps can fill up fast! Genie’s Gymnastics Camp - Genie’s is very flexible, you can do it daily, weekly or any combination. Dec. 26-28 and Jan. 2-4 from 9am-4 pm.  Early drop off and late pick up available.  5-15 years.  5 Days $199, 4 Days $165, 3 Days $130, 2 Days $88, 1 Day [...]

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: ·         [...]

Disney Beauty and the Beast is coming to the Maltz Jupiter Theatre

By |November 13th, 2018|

AN ALL-NEW DISNEY BEAUTY AND THE BEAST FOR THE HOLIDAYS AT THE MALTZ JUPITER THEATRE   Tony Award® nominee John Tartaglia will direct the spectacular Broadway blockbuster, complete with enchanting puppets and stagecraft   You may think you know Disney Beauty and the Beast – but you’ve never seen it like this!   Just in time for the holidays, a completely re-envisioned version of the classic Broadway musical is set to dazzle on the Maltz Jupiter Theatre [...]

New Toys, Gift Cards and Book Donations now being accepted for Children in the Foster Care system through Speak Up for Kids

By |November 13th, 2018|

In Palm Beach County there are nearly 1,400 children involved in dependency court proceedings, a situation that no child should have to face – especially not alone. There are nearly 300 children every year who still need a voice. These children need a gal (Guardian Ad Litem) to speak up for their best interest.  The Florida Guardian ad Litem (GAL) Program in Palm Beach County is a partnership of community advocates and professional staff providing [...]

South Florida Science Center and Aquarium Expands Backyard

By |October 25th, 2018|

SOUTH FLORIDA SCIENCE CENTER EXPANDS BACKYARD Five-acre, $1.2 Million Development Boasts Fifteen New Interactive Exhibits   Leadership at the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium is encouraging you to get outside and play, explore nature and engage the curiosity of your inner child. In a ceremony to open their newly-renovated, $1.2 million backyard, Science Center board members, funders, local VIPs and 70 4th graders from the Benjamin School had a first chance to experience more than 15 [...]

“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 [...]

Sandy Hook mother, Alissa Parker, to be featured as Keynote at The Children’s Healing Institute’s 15th annual Turn on the Light National Conference in October

By |October 5th, 2018|

More than 400 parents, professionals, and child advocates will come together on October 23, 2018, to participate in 15th Annual Turn on the Light National Conference on the Wellbeing of Children and Families at the Palm Beach County Convention Center. The conference Keynote, Alissa Parker, is the co-founder of Safe and Sound Schools and mother of Emilie Parker, one of the 20 children who died tragically in the Sandy Hook school shootings on December 14, [...]

Sensory Friendly Browsing Hours at the Lantana Branch

By |September 17th, 2018|

The Palm Beach County Library System is offering special library hours on Sunday, September 23 from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm at the Lantana Road Branch. The event is designed to provide a quieter and calmer environment for special needs children, teens and their families. Families with children ages 0-17 are invited to visit the library before normal operating hours so that children and teens can become more familiar with the library and meet staff [...]

Nap-Know-How

By |September 12th, 2018|

Closeup of Sleeping Newborn Baby BY SARAH LYONS Have you ever seen the kids sleeping in strollers at the mall or even an amusement park, clearly not bothered by the noise or what is going on around them? Before I became a mother, I assumed getting a child to nap was as simple as giving the child a space to rest. A dozen years and six kids later, I have learned the hard [...]

Boy or Girl? Gender Reveal Ideas

By |September 12th, 2018|

Waiting up to twenty long weeks to find out the gender of your baby can seem like an eternity! From throwing a party to spreading the news via mail or facebook, Gender Reveals are a hot new trend in spreading the news. Here are some ideas to tell everyone the gender of your baby. 1. Mystery Cake or Cupcakes Trust a close tight-lipped family friend with the sealed results of your ultrasound to take to [...]

Budget After Baby

By |September 10th, 2018|

BY SARAH LYONS Babies cost a lot of money! Diapers, formula, clothes, and baby gear can take a huge chunk out of your monthly budget. Some families find that with the cost of child care or reducing to a single income makes the adjustment even more difficult than expected.  Here are some tips to cut down on spending. Trimming Your Baby Budget Diapers:   To save on diapers, consider switching to cloth. Modern cloth diapers [...]

PB Picks – September 2018

By |September 2nd, 2018|

As a mom who has too many socks and not enough pairs! SockSync features a combination of a laundry basket and a spinning top, aka Spinner. The Spinner houses eight cylindrical openings, the SockSync Cups, that are designed to perfectly fold a pair of socks and positioned to drop them right into the basket. Quick and easy to use! You can even have the kids help! The spinning feature makes it effortless to scroll through [...]

Seven Ways to Start the School Year Right

By |August 17th, 2018|

By Janeen Lewis School bells will soon be ringing, and while that means no more sleeping in or lazy days at the pool, welcoming structure and routine back into family life helps get kids who are reluctant to return to school more motivated to go. With a positive attitude and a few back to school tips, even reluctant school goers can start the school year off right. And getting off on the right foot paves [...]

Make the Grade with Back-to-School Lunches

By |August 2nd, 2018|

Back-to-school time means it’s back to being busy before, during and after school, so it’s time for parents and kids to create new routines. From early wakeup calls to shuttling kids to school and activities, ease the morning mayhem by incorporating a simple meal-planning strategy.  As a parent, look for fresh, make-ahead options your kids will enjoy. Serve up lunchbox love by mixing up the classic sandwich with a spin on sushi in this Bento [...]

PB Picks – August 2018 – Back to School

By |August 1st, 2018|

Mead is introducing their very first line of affordable, quality personal laminators for use in the classroom and home. Check out the Mead® 9.5” HeatSeal® Pro Thermal Laminator (also available in 12.5” size). So many great uses from crafts to calendars to preserving your child’s artwork and other mementos. Features of this new line include: Warms up in as little as 3 minutes so you can quickly get to work, Jam release lever quickly clears [...]

Smart Ways to Fuel Kids this Summer

By |July 12th, 2018|

Parents may be wondering how to ensure their children are staying hydrated, maintaining healthy diets and getting the nutrients they need during the summer months. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the reality is one out of two kids ages 9 and up are missing out on key nutrients like calcium, vitamin D and potassium – putting them at risk for serious health issues. Pediatrician [...]

Summer Survival Insect Repellant and Sunscreen Guide

By |July 3rd, 2018|

BY DR. Scott Fisch, DO, FAAP Living in a place where millions come to vacation each year most definitely has its benefits.  Unfortunately, enjoying the year round sunshine does come at a cost.  Whether it is protecting yourself and your children from the harmful rays of the sun, or surviving the almost constant onslaught from those pesky, biting, insects, how much do you know about the various sunscreens and insect repellents that are available? Are [...]

PB Picks – July 2018 – Beat the Heat

By |July 1st, 2018|

Get ready to have tons of fun in the sun with the all-new, totally redesigned NextWave™ Jumbo Beach Basket from Amloid! This bright and colorful activity set is packed with play value with all the accessories kids need to spend hours at the beach or in the sand box with new sand forms and a collection of multifunctional sand tools. New features include a sturdy nylon shoulder strap along with a comfort grip handle for [...]

10 Ways To Keep Cool When It’s Hot

By |July 1st, 2018|

It is hard to keep your cool in South Florida when temperatures reach the mid 90s for the next few months . It is important to stay cool not only for your comfort but your safety. Dangerously high temperatures can result in heat-related illnesses ranging from heat cramps to heat exhaustion and heat stroke. The following tips can help you keep cool all summer long. 1. Beat the sun and heat with an early morning [...]

‘Summer Reading Rocks’ Event on June 9

By |June 6th, 2018|

The City of Delray Beach Kicks-off Summer Reading Campaign with ‘Summer Reading Rocks’ Event on June 9 Family-friendly program to encourage summer reading and provide books for children   DELRAY BEACH, FL, June 1, 2018 – The City of Delray Beach in partnership with the Delray Beach Public Library is ready to help beat the “summer slide” with the Summer Read Rocks event on Saturday, June 9 from 10 am to 12 pm at the Delray [...]

PB Picks – June 2018 – Summer Fun

By |June 1st, 2018|

Summer Adventure!  My Gnome on the Roam Adventure Kit is a suitcase of memories waiting to be unpacked. It comes with a copy of the My Gnome on the Roam Award Winning Story Book, a family adventure journal filled with blank pages, a colorless ready to be painted gnome and a magical pen, are all beautifully packaged in an adorable suitcase that kids awe about. The kit is designed to encourage families to Explore, Create [...]

“Travel Adventure” exhibit featuring LEGO Bricks now open!

By |May 26th, 2018|

The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium presents their new summer exhibit, “Travel Adventure” featuring LEGO Bricks.  The interactive exhibit will take visitors on an extraordinary adventure to exotic locations through all kinds of terrain. Guests of all ages will think creatively to plan and build vehicles to move through mountains, jungles, oceans, deserts and more. Families are invited to dress up as pilots, sailors, racers and world explorers as they take the wheel of [...]

Summer Camp Scholarship

By |March 28th, 2018|

Brian D. Guralnick Injury Lawyers Summer Camp Scholarship Ok kids this contest is for you! Draw one of your favorite summer time actiivities! Have your parents help you submit your drawing and win one of two $250 scholarships to any summer camp featured in PB Parenting. Scholarships provided by Brian D. Guralnick Injury Lawyers. Contest submissions can be emailed to info@pbparenting.com or snail mailed to PB Parenting attn: Summer Camp Contest 11924 W. Forest Hill [...]

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