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Community-based children's choir in West Palm Beach
Community-based children's choir in West Palm Beach
Children in Need of Services/Families in Need of Services — program for families struggling with an unruly, truant or runaway preteen or teen, providing counseling, residential shelter and referrals
This property, on the southern shores of Lake Okeechobee, offers full hook-ups, laundry facilities, amphitheater, playground, dog park, covered picnic pavilions, boat ramps, bait/tackle store, 18-hole golf course, bird watching, two nature trails, hiking and biking along Hoover Dike and covered picnic pavilions.
Besides the splash park for kids, other amenities include a playground, basketball court, fitness trail, recreation center, tennis courts and sports field.
This nonprofit organization offers exhibitions, classes for all ages, diverse special events, community outreach programs, workshops and summer camp.
Family-to-Family — free 12-session course for caregivers of family members with severe mental illness
This city recreation center offers a gym, computer lab, game room, picnic shelters, playground, outdoor basketball, racquetball, tennis, pickleball, ball fields and nature preserve.
Palm Beach County North Intergroup — hotline, meetings and more based in West Palm Beach
This complex at Wellington High School features eight tennis courts, three basketball courts, a track, stadium football field, auxiliary track-and-field facilities and kick wall. Open-play hours available for track, basketball, tennis and pickleball, but sports fields are reserved for programmed use only.
This city hub, next to the Schoolhouse Children’s Museum, offers art exhibits, workshops and a range of classes for all ages.
This counseling agency provides free Peer Support Groups for children, young adults, and adult caregivers after the death of a loved one. Groups are open to anyone who has lost a parent, sibling, grandparent, relative, or friend as a result of illness, accident, suicide, or homicide. Losses can be recent or in years past.
This city complex features 11 lighted baseball/softball fields, 12 batting cages, two pitching cages, 10 hitting mat stations, multipurpose field, three pavilions, two playgrounds and picnic tables.
Highridge Family Center — Residential treatment center in West Palm Beach offering a three-month weekday program for troubled youth ages 11 to 16
Located a half mile south of the Boynton Inlet, this is one of the few remaining publicly owned commercial marinas in Florida. It offers scuba diving and fishing charters, cruises, boat and personal watercraft rentals, Tiki Taxi, parasailing, drift fishing and waterfront dining. The complex features transient dockage and dockmaster building with last-minute provisions.
"Starting the Conversation: College and Your Mental Health" — an informational guide with insight and advice about mental health during the transitional period of the college years
This county Intracoastal beach with a lagoon offers a playground, snorkeling, boat ramp, day-use boat slips, saltwater fishing, picnic areas with grills, rental pavilion, the DuBois Pioneer Home and Native-American mound historical/archaeological site.
This complex, located in Burt Aaronson South County Regional Park, features interactive exhibits and live animals, educational programs for all ages, laboratory, art gallery, butterfly garden and boardwalk with two trails and observation tower.
Two locations offering early childhood learning center; indoor and outdoor children’s play areas, including splash grounds; sport leagues; special needs programming; youth lounge for parties, classes and afterschool enrichment; soccer and softball fields; swim lessons and team; fitness and wellness classes; summer camps; art gallery; adult education; kosher catering kitchen.
This locale offers BBQ grills, a beach, non-motorized vessel access, nature preserve (mitigation area), pavilions, picnic tables, playground and recreation building. The wreckage of Lofthus — a marine sanctuary for a variety of tropical fish, stingrays, anemones and spiny lobsters — is a local dive spot. The two-story clubhouse features classrooms, catering kitchens, rental space and wraparound balcony.
Services and support for families facing serious illness or needing end-of-life care, including caregiver support and bereavement programs
This attraction, run by Palm Beach County, features hands-on exhibits, animal encounters, family programs and 2.5 miles of trails winding through 90 acres of pine flatwoods and wetlands.
Youth Empowerment Centers — locations in Riviera Beach, Lake Worth Beach and Belle Glade that provide activities and services, including afterschool educational and recreational programs, to at-risk youth ages 11 to 19 to prevent crime and encourage healthy development
This 13.6-acre city park offers a playground, boat ramps, docks, fishing pier, multipurpose fields, tennis courts and picnic tables and pavilions. A community center, cafe, pickleball courts, fitness equipment and health trails are expected in 2024.
A non-profit school located in West Palm Beach's Northwood District for students grades Kindergarten through 3rd.
This 65,000-square-foot building features a gymnasium, classrooms, multipurpose room and banquet/meeting rooms.
Based in West Palm Beach, support, services and information for at-risk children and their families in South Florida
This venue, operated by Palm Beach County in Carlin Park, features theatrical performances, concerts, community fundraisers and movies for up to 2,000 people. It's also home to the Palm Beach Shakespeare Festival.
Based in Wellington, Palm Beach chapter of a national resource for families of children with attention and hyperactivity issues
Afterschool, summer and out-of-school programs for local children
Information to help families make smart tech-related decisions
Information on early childhood development
This 1,400-square-foot public artwork, in the central plaza of Rosemary Square outdoor mall, offers a playful way to cool down in a maze of water curtains that periodically jet up to 7 feet high. Fun for children AND adults!
Take a peaceful stroll around the city's waterfront oasis, which sports a decorative fountain, docks, picnic tables and walking/biking paths.
Palm Beach County operates these 120 acres, featuring the Seabreeze Amphitheater, tennis and pickleball courts, bocce courts, 20-station exercise course, saltwater fishing, picnic pavilions, playground, volleyball sand court and softball field. It's also home to Lazy Loggerhead cafe and Jupiter Civic Center.
Counseling for children with offices in West Palm Beach, Lake Worth Beach and Palm Beach Gardens; fee on sliding scale without insurance
Healthy Beginnings Entry Agency — provides free child development and social-emotional/behavioral screenings to Palm Beach County children through age 5 to determine if they're eligible for services funded by Children's Services Council
This 32-acre city park is home to the tri–level Science Playground with sea-themed splash pad, two nature trails, classes in the community center, 155-seat Willow Theatre, Children’s Science Explorium and the Field House with a gym.
Dedicated to the protection and conservation of Florida’s wildlife and natural resources, the Sanctuary educates as well as rescues and rehabilitates wildlife. Located at 2500 Jupiter Park Drive, Jupiter.
Home to Sunset Cover Amphitheater, Osprey Point Golf Course, Daggerwing Nature Center, Coconut Cove Community Center, Canine Cove Dog Park, Coconut Cove Waterpark, Rick Macci Tennis Center, exercise stations, walking paths, water ski school, freshwater fishing, playground, bicycle paths, boat ramp, lighted softball and baseball fields, courts for basketball, racquetball/handball, volleyball and pickleball.
This town complex features a skate park, playground, four lighted tennis courts, four lighted racquetball courts, four lighted basketball courts, two lighted hockey rinks and four multipurpose fields.
The village's sporting center features canoeing and kayaking, kitchen and banquet amenities, golf training center with 18-hole course and driving range, interactive splash fountain, two sand volleyball courts, two playscapes, picnic pavilions and grills, fishing docks, paved walking/jogging/bike trails and 19-acre lake.
Advocacy, information and support for families, caregivers and people with autism
Youth Services — local services and support for children, including mental health, education, summer and other programs
Local county public defenders who serve in the following divisions: appellate, mental health, county court, felony, investigations, intake, juvenile, major crimes and social services
This city park encourages mental challenge and community connection through the game of chess. All ages and levels are welcome from sunrise to sunset. Game sets are available on a limited basis, so you may want to bring your own. Plus, a timer!
This village complex, adjacent to Commissioners Park, offers a gym, classes, game room, basketball and pickleball courts.
This 21.5-acre park features a baseball field, two tennis/pickleball courts, two playgrounds, two fishing piers, four sand volleyball courts, fitness trail, kayak and paddleboard launch, dog parks, pavilions and resident-only boat ramp and dry and wet boat storage. A multipurpose activity building offers fitness classes, bridge and mahjong.