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Affordable family fun is returning to the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville on Thursday, April 4, when the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp kick off their 2019 season with Opening Night. more
Whether it be to help the working parent stay sane or to educate and entertain the curious child, there’s a summer camp or activity on the First Coast for almost every family. From surfing to theater and cooking to zookeeping, these camps from local businesses and organizations are sure to help your kids have a fun and productive summer. more
A rendering displays the plans for tag! Children’s Museum in St. Augustine, which is expected to be constructed later in 2019. To be located at 76 Dockside Drive, Suite 105, the Museum will provide an ever-changing array of playful, hands-on learning centered around science, technology, engineering, art, and math; environmental stewardship; history and culture; health and wellness; and citizenship and compassion. Find out more at www.tagmuseum.org. Do you want to get a jumpstart on the fun? Check out the Museum’s workshops. The month of April is buzzing with Movers and Makers for preschoolers, a special family workshop exploring earth and space. Follow the Museum at facebook.com/tagmuseum/ and find out about workshop tickets and information at tagmuseum.eventbrite.com. more
A traditional martial arts academy that has been working with families in the Jacksonville area for more than 10 years is moving to Ponte Vedra Beach and opening in April. more
Summer vacation presents an opportunity for students to enjoy an extended break from the classroom. While this respite from routine may be a welcome change to youngsters, teachers frequently lament that valuable educational lessons seem to be forgotten each summer. Educators then face tougher hurdles when students return to school in the fall. more
Start gearing up now for summer camp plans to guarantee kids attend the camps they prefer. Many people put off summer camp planning until it is too late. Parents should keep in mind that camps begin registration early in the year and have specific cut-off dates for enrollment. Parents who want to beat the crowds this year should consider the following to help plan a summer camp agenda. more
The PVPV/Rawlings project, “10 Small Steps of Kindness, One Giant Leap for K9s,” raised $11,471 to sponsor a service dog at K9 for Warriors. more
Chef Kenny Gilbert continues to impress foodies with his certain “je ne sais quoi” as he highlights new menu items and features at his establishments. more
Do you want to be able to give some love to adorable puppies and help veterans at the same time? more
It’s that time of year again! St. Johns County Parks and Recreation is hosting free Easter egg hunts at multiple locations on Thursday, April 18 and Saturday, April 20. Photos with the Easter Bunny begin at 10:30 and the egg hunts begin at 11 a.m. Children ages 8 and younger are invited to participate in the following Easter egg hunts: more
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