Summers in Florida are full of great sunshine and perfect breezes, so spending time outdoors with your family is an excellent idea. There is truly nothing better than putting down the technology and getting in some quality time with your loved ones, so head down to one of these great events to kick off your summer season!
Loggerhead Marinelife Center of Juno Beach
Open Monday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Sunday noon to 3:00 p.m., this Marinelife Center is a perfect and free place to take the kids for some exploration! Kids labs, fish feedings, and education can be found around every corner so grab your family for a great adventure!
Finding Dory – Through July
The sequel to the adorable children’s classic “Finding Nemo” has finally arrived in theatres and your children are most likely begging you to see it. The buzz about this new Disney animation has been incredible and the baby version of Dory is so cute it hurts. So head down to your local theatre and see the movie every kid cannot stop talking about!
Camp Habitat – July 18
This summer, let your children experience a valuable part of life: volunteering! They will learn valuable new skills, make new friends, and earn service hours all while giving back to your community. Students ages 16 – 21 can register for one or two weeks of camp. Camp Habitat offers a unique opportunity for students in South Palm Beach County to earn community service hours while working side by side with our construction crew leaders and prospective Habitat homeowners. Registration is $200 and includes water, Snacks, Building Tools, Construction Materials, and a Camp T-shirt!
Visit Okeeheelee Park
Open from sunrise to sundown, this great park gives you and your family plenty of time to enjoy the beautiful outdoors with disc golf, animals, equestrian center, dog park, tennis and more! This park is a perfect scenic place to have picnics or just spend some time exercising outside with your family.
Miami Marlins vs. St. Louis Cardinals – July 28
Nothing says summer like baseball, so take the family down to Marlins Park to see these two teams go head-to-head. Bring your peanuts!