The Week Ahead: My Summer Picks

Library Balloon Show at Boca Raton Library

My Summer Picks:

Library Programs for Broward and Palm Beach Counties

Library Balloon Show at Boca Raton LibraryYour local library is the best place to get out of the summer heat for an special activity.  We are so blessed here in South Florida with some really amazing libraries that offer kids shows, demonstrations, play areas, and incredible learning opportunities! Click Here for links to many of my favorite libraries from Broward and Palm Beach!

If you are trying to keep your kid reading this summer, then this is the one book for you.  You can borrow books from the library for free without ever leaving your house and the kids can simply touch a word they don’t understand and get the definition without disrupting their story time! Click Here to learn why you should get a Kindle (the black and white one like the PaperWhite, not the Kindle Fire)

Kids Bowl Free

Kids Bowl Free Logo

Take the kids Bowling for free! If you sign up for free, your kids get to bowl (2 games a day) for free all summer long!  This is available in Florida as well as a long list of other states.

$1 Movies at Regal Cinema’s Summer Movie Express

Free Movies at Regal Cinema

Imagine you get up on a Tuesday or Wednesday morning and just don’t know what to do! Here is your answer! Times vary by state and theater because they try to follow the local school summer holiday calendars  Click here for more information and movie times! 

Adventure PassThe South Florida Adventure Pass is one of the best deals around!

The Adventure Pass offers unlimited admission for the whole summer to Flamingo Gardens plus 4 other top attractions in South Florida! Visit  Flamingo Gardens, Jungle Island, Perez Art Museum Miami, Sawgrass Recreation Park, and Young at Art Museum as often as you like from May 15 through September 30, 2017.

South Florida Adventure Pass is just $45 for Adults (ages 13+) and $35 for Children (ages 3-12). Flamingo Gardens Members can purchase the pass for only $30.00 per adult and $20.00 per child! Passes may be purchased at the Flamingo Gardens Ticket Booth or at any of the 5 participating attractions. Save time and download this form to fill out in advance.

More details can be found at:http://www.southfloridaadventurepass.com/

The Summer Saving Pass! 

Summer Savings PassWe pick this Summer Saving Pass up every year. It is a great deal, you get unlimited admission to four different attractions.  The Museum of Discovery and Science, Lion Country Safari, Miami Seaquarium, and Miami Metro Zoo.  I particularly like that the Museum of Discovery is air conditioned!  Bonus!  You can pick this pass up at the gate of any of the participating facilities.

It’s all about the water!

Splash Pad A1A & Atlantic in Pompano Beach
Splash Pad A1a & Atlantic in Pompano Beach

 

 

Summer in Florida means water play! Click Here for a list of our favorite Water Parks and Splash Pads!

Learn something new, like piano.

There is an App for that!
pianomarvelI am a geek, I know! I have been obsessed with all things educational & technological! So what about Piano Lessons? Yup, There’s an app for that too! Piano Marvel is a completely online piano course that uses a midi interface with your piano to give you instant feedback on what you know! I have been using it to brush up on my extremely old skills and to supplement my child’s lessons! I am LOVING IT! I also negotiated a Coupon Code for you try it for free! If you buy a subscription you will get a discount too! You won’t believe what you get for about a quarter of the price of piano lessons!

Be a Circus Star!

Circus of the kids will be here in South Florida to help inspire kids.  Campers will spend the week learning circus skills and learning to trust their own ability to succeed.  Sign your kids up for this life changing program or just bring the family to the shows.

June 15- June 24
Mandel JCC of the Palm Beaches
Ticket and Registration Information
Show Times:
Thursday, June 22 at 7 pm
Friday, June 23 at 10:30 am and 2 pm
Tickets can be purchased in the JCC gym starting on June 15

June 24 – June30
Michael-Ann Russel JCC
Ticket and Registration Information
Thurday, June 29 at 7 pm
Friday, June 30 at 10 am
Tickets can be purchased in the JCC gym starting on June 25

The calendar is filling up quickly! Please make sure that we don’t miss your next event and submit your event today!

Click Here for the full list of upcoming events!

Got a Summer Camp?

Let us know and we will place your Summer or Spring Break Camp information on our Find a Camp page!

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Library Summer Programs Help Keep Things Cool

Library Balloon Show at Boca Raton Library

Library Balloon Show at Boca Raton LibraryThink about it when you travel this summer too, we have been to free programs when we visit family out of town and never been disappointed.

Most have their schedules are up online so you can check it out.  I have posted links to some of my favorite local library schedules in the Up Coming Events Link.

Alvin Sherman Library at Nova Southeastern University in Davie is one of my favorites.  Their PK and toddler programs are developed with pre-reading in mind.  They often have information available for parents to help you develop reading skills in your kids.  They also have a great kids section in the library with comfortable places to sit and do puzzles, color and draw, or read with your kids.  Computers are available with great software games as well.

Imperial Point Library does story time for the little ones weekly and reading programs for school age kids.  I love this little library, they are always so friendly and it just has a great vibe.

Wilton Manors Library is a great one too.  They have special presentations for kids as well as summer reading programs.

Palm Beach County Libraries have some amazing events throughout the summer for children, teen and adults!

Broward County Libraries are right up there with shows and kids event every week.  When we lived in Broward, we used to hit up several different libraries every week!

Boca Raton Libraries are another great option!  Check to see if your city has it’s own library, you won’t be disapointed!

 

Regal Offers $1 Summer Movies! Summer Movie Express

Regal Summer Movie Express

2016 Summer Movie Express

Summer-Movie-Express-1-Dollar-Movies

Admission to the Summer Movie Express is only $1. Tickets available for purchase at the box office and all movies start at 10:00 am. Each week both movies play on both days. A portion of the proceeds goes to the Will Rogers Institute.

Most look like they are Tuesday & Wednesdays at 10am starting June 14th, but check your local theater for starting dates as they are different by State and Theater!  Find a Theater near you

  • Week 1
    The Lego Movie
    Max
  • Week 2
    Goosebumps
    The Iron Giant: Signature Edition
  • Week 3
    Pan
    The Smurfs 2
  • Week 4
    Despicable Me 2
    Home
  • Week 5
    Minions
    The Peanuts Movie
  • Week 6
    Alvin & The Chipmunks: The Road Chip
    Curious George
  • Week 7
    The Book of Life
    Hotel Transylvania 2
  • Week 8
    Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2
    Shaun The Sheep
  • Week 9
    The Croods
    Dr. Suess’ The Lorax

 

The Week Ahead: It’s all about the WATER!

Castaway Island at TY Park interactive pool.

It is all about Water Play!

Coconut Cove Water Park in Boca RatonSummer is on it’s way, so lets map out our wet summer fun!

Most all the water parks in Broward and Palm Beach County open every day for the summer starting in June.  You can find many more of our favorite Splash Pads and Water Parks under the menu tab Events and Review, scroll down to Water Play.

 

 

Castaway Island

Dubois Park in Jupiter, FL
Dubois Park in Jupiter, Florida

 Coconut Cove

Patch Reef Park Splash Pad

Pirate Adventure

Pompano Beach Splash Pad

Duboise Park

Paradise Cove

Lion Country Safari Splash Pad

Palm Beach Zoo (Yup, they have a splash pad!)

 

Want to learn Piano?

There is an App for that!
pianomarvelI am a geek, I know! I have been obsessed with all things educational & technological! So what about Piano Lessons? Yup, There’s an app for that too! Piano Marvel is a completely online piano course that uses a midi interface with your piano to give you instant feedback on what you know! I have been using it to brush up on my extremely old skills and to supplement my child’s lessons! I am LOVING IT! I also negotiated a Coupon Code for you try it for free! If you buy a subscription you will get a discount too! You won’t believe what you get for about a quarter of the price of piano lessons!

The calendar is filling up quickly! Please make sure that we don’t miss your next event and submit your event today!

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Got a Summer Camp?

Let us know and we will place your Summer or Spring Break Camp information on our Find a Camp page!

Click Here for the full list of upcoming events!

or scroll down for this weeks events!

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If you have found this site helpful and want to keep me writing please use the Donate Button on the right side of this page. This helps us pay for our domain, ip address and hosting, maybe even a cup of coffee as I sit at Panera searching for more free events. Some sites require membership fees in order to pay for their site. We really want this information to be free and available to all. Thanks for your support!

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The Week Ahead for South Florida – Camps and Summer Deals 6/26/15

I hope you are all having a great summer, I can’t believe that June is almost over already!  If you are looking for things to do in Sunny South Florida, you can come to the right place!  I can tell you, I am looking for more indoor activities right now. We got in the pool yesterday and it was like a hot bath!

Adventure PassThis is a list of all the best summer deals that I could find.  There are a couple of passes that offer entrance to indoor museums and reviews of some of our favorite air conditioned museums.  Great Summer Deal Lists.

 

Need a little break?  Check out the summer camp list.  Some of them even allow you to sign up for just a day here and there.

Library ProgramDon’t forget the Library!  Libraries today are not the ones that we grew up with!

In case you are looking for cheap, cool, fun, and educational opportunities for the kids this summer, don’t forget about your local library! Most libraries throughout Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade Counties have story times for young kids and even activities for tweens, teens and adults. Many of the Libraries offer shows by professional performers, these can include puppet show, magic shows, and storytellers among others.  Look up your local branch now and fill your calendar!  Even the smaller branches have shows and programs, so don’t miss out!

Think about it when you travel this summer too, we have been to free programs when we visit family out of town and never been disappointed.

Alvin Sherman Library at Nova Southeastern University in Davie is one of my favorites.  Their PK and toddler programs are developed with pre-reading in mind.  They often have information available for parents to help you develop reading skills in your kids.  They also have a great kids section in the library with comfortable places to sit and do puzzles, color and draw, or read with your kids.  Computers are available with great software games as well.

Oakland Park Library is a great place to spend some time.  It is a small library, but they have professional puppeteers come in over the summer to do shows for the kids as well as other presentations.

Imperial Point Library does story time for the little ones weekly and reading programs for school age kids.  I love this library, they are always so friendly and it just has a great vibe.

Wilton Manors Library is a great one too.  They have special presentations for kids as well as summer reading programs.

Palm Beach County Libraries have massive and multiple programs going on around the county!

Next up is the Event Calendar!  I have hunted down many of the best free (or very low cost) summer activities around!  I have listed just a few below, but if you want to see them all go the Full Upcoming Event List.

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The Week Ahead: Summer Passes, Free Bowling & Lion Country

Lion Country Safari
Lion Country Safari
Mini Golf at Lion Country Safari

There are more and more summer fun deals popping up all around.  I updated a couple of my favorites in our Summer Picks section.  Things like the Regal Cinemas $1 Movie Express and KidsBowlFree.com are great options for rainy  or hundred degree days when being outside is just not an option.  Better yet, these are Nationwide programs so even if you don’t live in South Florida you can participate!

 

The Summer Saving Pass for 2015 has been Lion Country Safaripublished, and this is my favorite one.  It gets you admission all summer long to Lion Country, Miami Seaquarium, Miami Metro Zoo and The Museum of Science and Discovery for $56 for Adults and $46 for kids.   This is an incredible deal if you plan to go to make a trip to any 2 of these facilities.  In addition the Museum of Discovery and Science is another thing to do when the summer rains or heat prevent anything else.  Click Here for a post about one of our trips to Lion Country Safari using the Summer Saving Pass.

Lion Country SafariHow you can help keep this site running.
If you have found this site helpful and want to keep me writing please use the Donate Button on the right side of this page.  This helps us pay for our domain, ip address and hosting, maybe even a cup of coffee as I sit at Panera searching for more free events.  Some sites require membership fees in order to pay for their site.  We really want this information to be free and available to all. Thanks for your support!

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The Week Ahead for South Florida 7/10/14

Castaway Island at TY Park interactive pool.

Hope you are all having a great week.  I will admit the weather and rain is getting me down a bit.  We have been hitting the $1 dollar movies this week, while wishing we could be at the beach in stead.  CineMark & Regal Theaters are offering them nationwide, so it’s a great trick to keep in your pocket for stormy days!  Don’t forget to check the Summer Picks tab on the site to see other great deals for the summer.

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Castaway Island at TY Park interactive pool.
Castaway Island at TY Park interactive pool.

We did manage to get to TY Park in Hollywood for a really good day last week.  The Castaway Island Water Park is pretty cool, you can check out my review here.  I really enjoyed it and we got lucky with the weather (as you can see from the pictures) the clouds kept rolling in and sort of parting around us.  We had a great day with some great friends there.

Loads going on this week, so Click Here for the full list of upcoming events!

Need some summer accessories for that upcoming gathering?  Be sure to check in with Blair at Stella & Dot!  She has some great summer items just for you!

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Coconut Cove Water Park in Boca Raton

Coconut Cove Water Park in Boca Raton

We finally visited Coconut Cove Water Park in Boca Raton at the end of the summer last year.  It is on my list of favoritesCoconut Cove Water Park in Boca Raton for sure!  It is pretty easy to get to in West Boca so that is always a good thing.  The water park itself is clean and pretty big too. In fact we liked it so much that we went back the next day!

I didn’t get great photo’s because, well, I was too busy enjoying myself with my daughter and friends, which is a good sign.

We spent most of our time switching between the  897-foot lazy river ride (I love these ), and the Children’s water playground.  The children’s area is very nice with all the normal water manipulation levers and cranks, dumping water buckets and slides. The kids loved it!

Coconut Cove Water Park in Boca RatonThere is a Lily Pad Walk where you can hold onto ropes above your head and “walk” on the “Lily Pads” across the pool as well as a couple of four-story high water slides.

My daughter was too tiny for the big water slide and the Lily Pads last summer so hopefully I will be able to get some more pictures this summer and update you on these.

Coconut Cove park also has a lap pool, locker rentals and showers, and of course a concession stand.  We are definitely going back there this summer so I promise to get better photos and update this post.

Coconut Cove Waterpark
located in Burt Aaronson South County Regional Park
11200 Park Access Road, Boca Raton, FL 33498
(561) 274-1140

March 24 – June 5 – Weekends Only*
Saturdays: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sundays: 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
*Open Fri, April 18: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm                    
*Open Memorial Day: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

SUMMER HOURS
June 6 – August 18
Open daily: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sundays: 11:00 am- 5:00 pm

FALL HOURS
August 19 – September 1 – Weekends Only*
Saturdays: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sundays: 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Open Labor Day: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

2014 Ticket Prices
Prices do not include tax.

Adult Admission (12 & over)
$10.30

Child Admission (3-11)
$8.30

Toddler Admission (1-2)
$3.30*
*Fee includes water diaper.

Infant Admission (under 1)
FREE

Greenfield Village at The Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn Michigan

Agricultural Gallery at Greenfield Village, Henry Ford Museum in Dearfield Mi ©KUWK

 

Greenfield Village, Henry Ford Museum in Dearfield Mi ©KUWK
Greenfield Village, Henry Ford Museum in Dearfield Mi ©KUWK

The Henry Ford Museum  is an absolutely massive and amazing place!  There are two parts to the Museum, Greenfield Village and the actual indoor Henry Ford Museum.  As I wrote this review I realized that there is simply too much to talk about in one review, so I will begin by reviewing the Village and will review the Museum in another post.

If you listen to nothing else I tell you, make sure that you have two days to see it.  We had only one day, and I think we must of have only seen about 1/3 of the exhibits.You need one day in Greenfield Village and one day in the Museum.

Greenfield Village

Greenfield Village, Henry Ford Museum in Dearfield Mi ©KUWK
Greenfield Village, Henry Ford Museum in Dearfield Mi ©KUWK

After visiting Greenfield Village it becomes obvious that Henry Ford was some kind of genius madman!  He meticulously moved historical buildings to this village. Which may be a bummer for the towns from which he moved them, but it does mean they are preserved to an extremely high standard.   He paid close attention to the details; right down to having replica’s made of the china pattern that was used in his childhood home.  The Model T’s zipping around the village certainly add the ambiance.  You can, for a small fee ride a steam engine, take a carriage ride, or ride in one of those famous Model T’s.

Green Space at Greenfield Village, Henry Ford Museum in Dearfield Mi ©KUWK
Green Space at Greenfield Village, Henry Ford Museum in Dearfield Mi ©KUWK

There are several sections to the Village, Greenfield has lots of green spaces for kids to run, and fun reenactments of famous people and times.  For example the famous Ohio brothers Orville and Wilbur Wright were energetically telling the neighbors about the success of their first flight from the front porch of their house.  Oh and yes it was their actual house moved to the Village.

The Village was immaculately clean, even though it was quite busy.  There were very few

Steam Train Conductor at Greenfield Village, Henry Ford Museum in Dearfield Mi ©KUWK
Steam Train Conductor at Greenfield Village, Henry Ford Museum in Dearfield Mi ©KUWK

lines for anything, and we even got on the train in a timely manner.  If you live near here, this would be a great place to get a family membership in order to see everything.  There are many shady areas that looked perfect for a picnic!

There are interpreters and presenters everywhere!  These presenters and interpreters are some of the best I have ever had the pleasure of observing.  They could certainly give Disney Character Cast Members a run for their money.  The staff is friendly, polite and extremely knowledgeable, they are just incredibly impressive!  Have I mentioned how cool it was to see the Model T’s zipping around the streets?  I didn’t get to ride in one though.

The Historic Districts are as follows:
Train Junction at Greenfield Village, Henry Ford Museum in Dearfield Mi ©KUWK
Train Junction at Greenfield Village, Henry Ford Museum in Dearfield Mi ©KUWK

Railroad Junction IncludesThe Edison Illuminating Company’s Station A and Smiths Creek Depot.
This section includes a steam-powered rail line and an 1800s small-town train depot.  This is certainly worth doing, as it gives you a chance to see more of the park, than you otherwise would.  You even chug by the Henry Ford Magnet School that is house in, you guessed it, a train!  How cool would it be to go to school in a train!

In this area you also get to take a walk through an actual 19thCentury Detroit, Toledo & Milwaukee Roundhouse.  Kids who are fans of Thomas will flip out!  It was pretty special to my Mom too, as her Dad worked in the Columbus Roundhouse for years and it was kind of special for her to get a feel for what he was doing during those long hours of work he spent away from them when she was kid.

Working Farm Includes:  A Carriage Barn, Cider Mill, Richart Wagon Shop, Soybean

Working Farm at Greenfield Village, Henry Ford Museum in Dearfield Mi ©KUWK
Working Farm at Greenfield Village, Henry Ford Museum in Dearfield Mi ©KUWK

Experimental Laboratory, Stony Creek and William Ford Barn.

Okay, the kids and I really liked this section and we were more interested in it than any of the others.  This is a working 19th-century American Farm called Firestone Farm. It includes wagons, livestock and fields of vegetables and soybean.  It is supposed to be a snapshot of scenes straight from the nation’s agricultural revolution. There are many demonstrations and presentations in this area to help visitors get a feel for  how farmers lived off the land, without our modern conveniences.

Greenfield Village, Henry Ford Museum in Dearfield Mi ©KUWK
Greenfield Village, Henry Ford Museum in Dearfield Mi ©KUWK

Edison at Work Includes:  Sarah Jordan Boarding House, Thomas Edison’s Fort Myers Laboratory, Thomas Edison’s Menlo Park Complex, Thomas Edison’s Menlo Park Glass Shed, Thomas Edison’s Menlo Park Laboratory, Thomas Edison’s Menlo Park Machine Shop, and Thomas Edison’s Menlo Park Office & Library.

I really liked this section as well.  It includes a replica of Edison’s Menlo Park complex at about the time he began to develop the incandescent light bulb.  Here you can see Thomas Edison’s workplaces, and the first buildings to be illuminated with electric light.  Again, these are buildings that were meticulously taken apart, moved to Greenfield Village and then put back together!

Porches and Parlors District Includes: The Ackley Covered Bridge, Adams Family

Ford Home at Greenfield Village, Henry Ford Museum in Dearfield Mi ©KUWK
Ford Home at Greenfield Village, Henry Ford Museum in Dearfield Mi ©KUWK

Home, Chapman Family Home, Edison Homestead, Farris Windmill, Noah Webster Home, Plympton Family Home and Robert Frost Home.
Some of the houses in this area are as old as the 1650’s-1930’s.  It’s pretty neat to show the kids a very different way of life from our Modern Cell Phone driven lives!

Liberty Craftworks Includes:  Armington & Sims Machine Shop, Glass Shop, Gunsolly Carding Mill, Loranger Gristmill, Pottery Shop, Printing Office, Tin Shop, Weaving Shop.
I was disappointed not to have time to investigate this section as it really appeals to me.  I am fascinated by things like glass working, pottery and weaving.  Next time maybe I will get to see some of these century old skills in action.
Carriage at Greenfield Village, Henry Ford Museum in Dearfield Mi ©KUWK
Carriage at Greenfield Village, Henry Ford Museum in Dearfield Mi ©KUWK

Main Street District includes: Eagle Tavern, Grimm Jewelry Store (which is actually a candy store), J.R. Jones General Store, Logan County Courthouse, Martha-Mary Chapel, Phoenixville Post Office, Town Hall, and , the Wright Cycle Shop (One of my favorites, I am fascinated by these guys!).

When you stroll down this street you can really get a sense of a busy little town with automobiles and carriages, events and amusements.  Loads of scenic American history and heritage are to be found here.  Make sure you try the Hobo Bread from the Grimm Jewelry Store.  Yummy!

Model T at Greenfield Village, Henry Ford Museum in Dearfield Mi ©KUWK
Model T at Greenfield Village, Henry Ford Museum in Dearfield Mi ©KUWK

Henry Ford’s Model T District includes:  Bagley Avenue Workshop, Ford Home, Ford Motor Company, Henry Ford Theater, Miller School.

This district follows the life of Henry Ford, industrialist and innovator.  You will be amazed at the things he worked on and invented.  His childhood home is here as well as a replica of the factory where he built his first automobiles.

Most importantly, this is the section where you can ride in a Model T.  They really buzz through the streets of the town too! Just in case you are wondering, no, you cannot actually drive one, you are merely the passenger which is pretty exciting really!
I have included photo’s from the indoor Henry Ford Museum below as well.  That area would take an entire 2nd day to explore.  We tried to do it all in one day and missed an a whole lot of things.
Oh, and if you are photographer, this place is seriously fun!

 

Regal 1$ Summer Movie – Nationwide

Regal Theater Summer Movie LogoRegal Summer Movie Express!  Regal Theaters offer kids movies on Tuesdays & Wednesdays at 10am for nine weeks. Beginning June 11 in most Theaters.  Admission is $1 and a portion of the proceeds will benefit the Will Rogers Institute.

Please check your local Regal Cinema for participation.

Week Title Rating Start Time
1 The Three Stooges PG 10am
1 Ice Age: Continental Drift PG 10am
2 Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days PG 10am
2 Parental Guidance PG 10am
3 Mr. Poppers’ Penguins PG 10am
3 Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked G 10am
4 Monte Carlo PG 10am
4 Rio G 10am
5 Coraline PG 10am
5 ParaNorman PG 10am
6 Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax PG 10am
6 Big Miracle PG 10am
7 Yogi Bear PG 10am
7 Journey 2: The Mysterious Island PG 10am
8 Racing Stripes PG 10am
8 Happy Feet Too PG 10am
9 African Cats G 10am
9 Chimpanzee G 10am