MALTZ JUPITER THEATRE’S GOLDNER OFFERS THEATRE CAMPS FOR STUDENTS PK-12th grade
The Conservatory is a premier professional Conservatory, led by professional actress and Director of Education Kim Cozort Kay, that offers the highest caliber of artistic education to students of all ages. The staff strives to listen, educate, and perform, while utilizing studies of language, literature, literacy and memory skills, and all disciplines of self-confidence, poise and collaboration are encouraged.
Oliver with a Twist: Spring Break Camp, March 20-24
This camp celebrates the world of Oliver Twist where children will create new stories with Oliver and his new family, have a blast speaking British and Cockney, and learn unique music and dances. All campers will also see the matinee showing of the professional performance of OLIVER! on the mainstage on March 22. Grades K-7
School’s Out Day Camp, April 7
Students will create a play in a day, exploring the fundamentals of storytelling through music and theatre. Grades K-5
The Addams Family: School Edition, June 5 – 25
Spend the month of June performing in this musical that will bring out your inner ghoul. Celebrate all the characters in this “snappy” musical, then perform on the Maltz Jupiter Theatre mainstage on June 24 and 25. Grades 8-12
Ever Happily After, July 10-30
During this three-week whirlwind experience, campers will combine all the storybook characters they can think of (Pinocchio, Gretel, Three Little Pigs, the list goes on…) and add a touch of hip music. They’ll have a blast creating characters, learning songs, and practicing dances for their performances on July 29 and 30. Grades 3-7
Senior Conservatory Summer Camps
- Broadway Dance Intensive, May 30 – June 2: Spend the week with dance professionals improving your technique in Broadway styles. Grades 7-12
- 10-minute Play Production Camp, June 26-July 7: Students interested plays only (no singing or dancing) can are invited to participate in this program, in addition to collaborating with established playwrights to write their own plays. A true collaboration for students wanting to explore all aspects of scene work, character development and playwriting.
- Stage Combat, July 24-28: Learn first-rate, safe, and instructional hand-to-hand and weapon combat from actor, choreographer, and certified combat instructor Nicky Jasper. Grades 7-12
Junior Conservatory Summer Camps
- Pirates & Princesses, June 5-9: Campers explore stories and characters of all favorite princesses and pirate worlds. Grades K-2
- Space Camp: Oh, my stars! Asteroids and Moons! June 12-16: Look out! Falling stars and asteroids! Explore all space characters and settings. Aliens, the moon and stars, astronauts. You name it! Blast off! Grades 3-5
- Castles & Caves, June 19-23: From trolls to queens and knights, campers will take a trip with characters living in castles and caves as we create fun stories. Grades K-2
- Mystery Spy Camp, June 26-30: Do you love a good mystery? Campers will create their mystery and solve the crime! Grades 3-5
- Under the Sea, July 5-7: Children will explore all creatures under the sea, from mermaids, sharks, angel fish, and maybe NEMO! Campers use music and movement to create stories. Ages 3-5
- Super Hero Mashup, July 10-14: Learn what happens when superhero worlds collide! Campers explore all superheroes and their powers. Grades K-2
Spring and summer classes will be held in the professional rehearsal hall at the Theatre’s newly renovated, state-of-the-art facility. A campaign is underway to raise funds to finalize and expand the interior space of the Goldner Conservatory. Once completed, the arts education facility will be able to engage more students within our community in after school, weekend and summer classes and productions.
The Maltz Jupiter Theatre invites parents to help their children unleash their inner thespian this spring and summer by visiting https://www.jupitertheatre.org/the-new-conservatory to sign up for classes, or email Kim Cozort Kay at [email protected]. Space is limited, so early registration is recommended.
Dance Summer Camps and Classes at Academy of Dance, Music & Theatre
Dance Summer Camp at Academy of Dance, Music & Theatre is a fun and wholesome program designed for children ages 5-12. We believe participating in dance creates physically, emotionally, and socially healthy children. Participants will explore many different dance styles, with acting, singing, and crafts sprinkled in. Each week is a different theme that keeps children excited! At the end of the week, parents will be invited in to see what their children have been working on. Join us for a summer of fun, friendship, and artistic discovery! Still too little for camp? Classes are available for tiny dancers ages 18 months+. Students are already signing up and space is limited! Please enroll early to guarantee your spot.
Ages 5-12. Classes: 18 months+
Camps: $320 per week, Monday-Friday, 9 am-3 pm.
(10% for 4+ camps when enrolled by May 15, 2023)
Optional aftercare (3:00 pm-5:30 pm) for $25/day, available Monday-Thursday only, not on Fridays
Registration Fee: $25/student or $35/family charged to hold your spot.
Classes: Cost varies.
4152 W. Blue Heron Blvd, Suite #125
West Palm Beach, FL 33404. 561.840.7555
We offer open play, music and movement classes, arts and crafts for children birth – school age.
Birth – school age
Cost: $15 – $32
7725 S Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, FL 33405
Cox Science Center and Aquarium. Camps ages 5-12 locations in West Palm Beach and Jupiter
May 29th – June 2nd – Engineering Through the Ages (Science Adventure Camp, ages 5-12) – Calling all junior engineers! During this week of camp you will learn about some of the earliest inventions all the way to present-day engineering projects. Learn how engineers are making science fun and exciting by building your own models of current and future projects! (Non-member $300 | Members will receive an 8% discount)
May 29th – June 2nd – The Jedi Code (Tech Camp, ages 7-12) – Enter the world of the Jedi and Sith and learn basic coding skills in this Jedi master-themed coding camp. (Non-member $325 | Members will receive an 8% discount)
June 5th – 9th – Jr. Chemist Academy (Science Adventure Camp, ages 5-12) – Want to test your knowledge in chemistry? Join us for our Jr. Chemist Academy camp where you get to learn about exciting chemical concoctions while doing fun experiments all week long. (Non-member $300 | Members will receive an 8% discount)
June 5th – 9th – 3D Print Your World (Tech Camp, ages 7-12) – Learn how to transform fantasies into reality while learning essential 3D printing and laser cutting techniques. (Non-member $325 | Members will receive an 8% discount)
June 12th – 16th – Dino RAWR! (Science Adventure Camp, ages 5-12) – Learn all about what it takes to be a real paleontologist out in the dig pits. RAWR into this week-long camp and dust off fun facts about dinosaurs including some of the newer discoveries! (Non-member $300 | Members will receive an 8% discount)
June 12th – 16th – A-MAZE-ing Robotics (Tech Camp, ages 7-12) – Learn the basics of programming while working towards building and programming robots to complete a maze obstacle course that participating junior engineers will build themselves. This camp will surely be a-MAZE-ing. (Non-member $325 | Members will receive an 8% discount)
June 19th – 23rd – Sand-sational Seas (Science Adventure Camp, ages 5-12) – Did you know that we know more about space than we do about our own oceans? Dive deep into our planet’s oceans and what it takes to be an oceanographer and marine biologist during this week-long camp. Learn about the different ocean zones what organisms live there. (Non-member $300 | Members will receive an 8% discount)
June 19th – 23rd – Blox Rocks! (Tech Camp, ages 7-12) – Roblox fans unite! Join us as we explore the educational side of your favorite video game and make our very own Robloxians. (Non-member $325 | Members will receive an 8% discount)
June 26th – 30th – Declassified: Secret Agent Camp (Science Adventure Camp, ages 5-12) – Following the clues in this week-long camp will teach you what it takes to become a secret agent! Learn the technology forensic investigators use to help them solve crimes and the mental puzzles they put together to keep bad guys off the streets. (Non-member $300 | Members will receive an 8% discount)
June 26th – 30th – Aspiring Inventor Camp (Tech Camp, ages 7-12) – Calling all budding inventors! Learn how to make a variety of inventions using Makey Makey® in this entertaining week-long camp! (Non-member $325 | Members will receive an 8% discount)
July 3rd – 7th – Out of this World! (Science Adventure Camp, ages 5-12) – (4-Day Camp, no camp on July 4th) Blast off this planet and become a solar system explorer! In this 4-day camp, you will make new discoveries learning about the planets and stars. Become the next shooting star to travel across the Milky Way and back! (Non-member $240 | Members will receive an 8% discount)
July 3rd – 7th – Mission: Mars (Tech Camp, ages 7-12) – (4 Day Camp, no camp on July 4th) Get ready for your mission to Mars! Learn all about the technology behind space travel and the rovers that roam around the Martian surface in this week-long camp. (Non-member $260 | Members will receive an 8% discount)
July 10th – 14th – Microscopic Mania (Science Adventure Camp, ages 5-12) – Discover a tiny unseen world by examining specimens under a microscope! During this week-long camp, you will create your own slides to zoom in on everyday objects and even your own DNA. (Non-member $300 | Members will receive an 8% discount)
July 10th – 14th – Level Up! (Tech Camp, ages 7-12) – Ever wonder how your favorite video games are made? Learn all about this and more in this week-long tech camp where we explore the science behind making video games. (Non-member $325 | Members will receive an 8% discount)
July 17th – 21st – Sur-FIN Safari (Science Adventure Camp, ages 5-12) – Calling all junior Marine Biologists! Interested in learning more about what life can be found in our oceans? Grab your dive gear and take a deep dive to explore the different organisms that call our ocean home! What’s the difference between fish, sharks, plankton, and marine mammals? You’ll discover all this and more. (Non-member $300 | Members will receive an 8% discount)
July 17th – 21st – Sci-Fi to Sci-FACT (Tech Camp, ages 7-12) – Join us as we explore the many ways that science fiction became science fact while diving deeper into our Science Fiction, Science Future exhibit. Explore cyborgs, holograms, and more in this futuristic adventure. (Non-member $325 | Members will receive an 8% discount)
July 24th – 28th – Modern Marvels (Science Adventure Camp, ages 5-12) – What makes a super hero, a super hero? Is it their speed? Their strength? Ability to fly? Learn about the science behind some of our favorite super heroes and what makes them successful in saving the world. (Non-member $300 | Members will receive an 8% discount)
July 24th – 28th – Pokécode (Tech Camp, ages 7-12) – Learn the science behind how your favorite Pokécode characters are created, while acquiring more coding skills in this pocket monster-themed coding camp. (Non-member $325 | Members will receive an 8% discount)
July 31st – August 4th – What’s Up, Doc? (Science Adventure Camp, ages 5-12) – Dream of becoming a doctor? Listen to your heart and learn more about the human body in this week-long camp. During this camp you’ll learn how your body tries to protect you from colds and injuries, along with the important jobs your body assigns to certain organs. (Non-member $300 | Members will receive an 8% discount)
July 31st – August 4th – Build-a-Bot (Tech Camp, ages 7-12) – Learn about engineering design and the basics of programming as you build a LEGO robot. Test your skills on our FIRST LEGO League robot challenge course! (Non-member $325 | Members will receive an 8% discount)
August 7th – 9th – Summer Fun Days (Science Adventure Camp, ages 5-12) – During this three-day camp, we will explore the best parts of all the summer camps offered during the 2023 summer season. The camp will conclude with our annual field day extravaganza to celebrate a season of fun and friendship! (Non-member $180 | Members will receive an 8% discount)
DANCE, ACT OR SING!!! The summer camp at Performing Arts Academy of Jupiter has something for everyone. Our schedule rotates throughout the summer with sessions offered in Dance, Acting, Musical Theater and Aerial Circus. Campers can show off their talents in our theater during the Friday afternoon showcases. Week-long camp sessions allow flexibility to sign up for individual weeks or the whole summer.
Ages 3 and up
6743 West Indiantown Road, Suite 34, Jupiter
RIVER CENTER AQUATIC ADVENTURE SUMMER CAMP
Children have a captivating experience discovering Florida ecosystems, collecting fascinating marine critters, and getting out on the water around the Loxahatchee River watershed! With 4 counselors and just 16 campers per week, kids will be exploring the waterways of Jupiter, enjoying outdoor fun like snorkeling, fishing, and kayaking. Students will also be participating in outdoor and indoor activities at the River Center in a safe, personal environment. Per the Loxahatchee River District’s Governing Board of Directors each camper is only allowed to sign up for one week of camp. If there are any spots left available come May 1st, we can allow families to register for more than one week.
If you have any questions or concerns, please to contact the River Center at 561-743-7123 or [email protected]
CAMP ACTIVITIES MAY INCLUDE:
Kayak & Paddleboard Outings, Animal Collection, River Center Aquarium Care, Swimming & Snorkeling, Fishing, Nature Hikes, Eco Games & Crafts, Boat Trips
CAMP HOURS MONDAY – FRIDAY 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
COST $280 PER CAMPER. EXTENDED CARE $35 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
SIBLING DISCOUNT-$15 (1st child at the regular rate, 2nd child at the discounted price)
Children entering 1st – 3rd grades: This camp is designed for younger children with outdoor activities scheduled at a pace that they can enjoy.
Kayak | Fish | Seine & Dip | Snorkel | Crafts | Games | Animal Encounters | Swim
June 19 – June 23 | June 26 – June 30 | July 10 – July 14 REGISTER HERE!
Children entering 4th – 5th grades: These campers will enjoy a full day of activity outdoors in the water and on land exploring the Loxahatchee River watershed.
Paddleboard | Kayak | Fish | Snorkel | Seine & Dip | Crafts | Animal Encounters | Swim
June 12 – June 16 | July 31 – August 4 REGISTER HERE!
MIDDLE SCHOOL SNORKEL CAMP
Children entering 6th – 8th grades: These campers will get an in-depth experience on the local ecosystems of the Loxahatchee River with a focus on snorkeling and water sports. Each day will consist of a snorkeling expedition with up close encounters and hands-on field experiences for older campers to enjoy. *** Campers will be transported offsite each day.
Snorkel | Boat Trip | Paddleboard | Kayak | Fish | Seine & Dip | Animal Encounters
June 5 – June 9 | July 17 – July 21 REGISTER HERE!
TEEN COMMUNITY SERVICE WEEK
Students entering 9th – 12th grades: Students will gain real environmental science field experience and earn community service hours for projects completed during the week.
Beach & Natural Area Cleanups | Garden & Trail Maintenance | Exotic Plant Removal | Beautification & Special Restoration Projects. Seagrass Surveys | Water Quality Monitoring | Kayak & Paddleboard Outings | Biodiversity Studies | Bird & Fish Counts | Citizen Science Projects
July 24 – 28. REGISTER HERE!
First Tee allows participants ages 6-18 to learn the life skills through the game of golf! Our mission is to impact the lives of young people by providing educational programs that build character, instill life-enhancing values and promote healthy choices through the game of golf.
Camps are offered throughout Palm Beach County. For more information, please visit our website or call 561-842-0066
- Ages- 6-18
- Cost – varies based on locations
- Locations –
- Keiser University Golf Coaching Center
- Commons Park Golf Learning Center
- John Prince Golf Learning Center
- The Golf Club of Jupiter
- Madison Green Country Club
- Michael B. Finnegan Learning Center – Dyer Park
- North Palm Beach Country Club
- Okeeheelee Golf Course
- Park Ridge Golf Course
- Southwinds Golf Course
Summer is made for adventure! For young scientists ages 7-12, each exciting week of camp offers hands-on exploration on a variety of STEM topics. The days are packed with interactive lessons, exhibit exploration, crafts and outdoor activities led by our expert Science Educators. Space Science, Marine Biology, MinecraftEDU, and more!
Cost: Varies; check our website for the latest
Location- Cox Science Center and Aquarium; 4801 Dreher Trail N, West Palm Beach, FL 33405
STEM Studio in Abacoa; 1209 Main Street Suite 112, Jupiter, FL 33458
Phone number- (561) 832-1988
The Out-of-School-Time Program is also enrolling students for afterschool and summer camp on both campuses. It provides a safe and enriching environment for children in kindergarten through 5th grade. The afterschool program is open Monday through Friday from 2:30 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. and from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on non-school days, spring, summer and winter break. The program provides a healthy snack, dinner, homework assistance, and extracurricular activities like fishing, ballet, computers, music, and field trips, along with year-round academic support and mentoring.
To learn more, please contact Mio Vasquez at [email protected] or at (561)-482-3006, ext. 124.
Whether you want to dance, act or sing, the summer camp at Performing Arts Academy of Jupiter has something for everyone. Our schedule rotates throughout the summer with sessions offered in Dance, Acting, Musical Theater and Circus Camp. Campers can show off their talents in our theater during the Friday afternoon showcases. Week-long camp sessions allow flexibility to sign up for individual weeks or the whole summer. Discounted registration fee available through April 30th.
Ages 3 and up
6743 West Indiantown Road, Suite 34, Jupiter. 561-575-4422
GARDEN EXPLORERS SUMMER CAMP at Mounts Botanical Garden of Palm Beach County
Ages 7 to 11 limited to 20 per session
Offers science-based fun and nature experiences, Monday
through Friday, 9 am to 3 pm, July 10-14, July 17-21, and July 24-28.
Activities (indoors and out) include
Become a junior wetlands water quality and conservation specialist by taking part in hands-on lab activities.
Become a budding soil scientist by getting a close-up, dirty- hands look at the properties of mud.
Become a blooming horticulturist by discovering the wicked, dangerous, sticky, deceptive and downright incredible adaptations plants have developed to help them survive.
Become a botanist-to-be by attending a dissection lab for an inside look at the fascinating structures of seeds and flowers.
Become an aspiring agriculturalist by touring the edible gardens at Mounts and learning how to grow and nurture tasty fruits and vegetables.
Become an edible gardener by making healthy garden snacks.
$250 for Mounts members, $290 for nonmembers. ($50 per camper will cover extended care, 8 to 9 am, and 3 to 4 pm.)
Palm Beach Photographic Centre Announces
Youth Summer FOTOcamp 2023
Two Sessions Planned this Summer for
Children & Teens, Ages 10 to 17
(West Palm Beach, FL – May 10, 2023) Fatima NeJame, president and chief executive officer of the world renowned Palm Beach
Photographic Centre (PBPC), today announced that the nonprofit organization will once again be offering a pair of age appropriate
Youth Summer FOTOcamps for children and teens.
Youth Summer FOTOcamp
For ages 10-17
+ June 12-23 / 9 am to 3 pm
+ July 10-21 / 9 am to 3 pm
“Youth Summer FOTOcamp is for anyone between the ages of 10 and 17 that has an interest in photography and/or computers, and who are inquisitive and like adventure,” says NeJame. “Each workshop is instructed by a professional photographer and trained teaching assistants, who will introduce all levels of photography in a fun and engaging way according to each FOTOcamp participant’s degree of experience and personal interest.” Each student will receive individualized and group critiques of their work. Groups are limited to 12 participants to maximize the learning experience and ensure personal attention. “We will issue each student a digital camera to use while on our FOTOwalks and field trips beginning with the basics of picture-taking while exploring lighting, and composition of photographs,” adds NeJame. “The students will also work on file management, storage,
and post-processing using Lightroom and Photoshop in our computer labs where each student will have individual access to state-of-the-art computers and software.” The culmination of both sessions of Youth Summer FOTOcamp will be a special display of student images during the Photo Centre’s 2023 Juried Exhibition, August 10-September 23, 2023, with Opening
Night Reception and Awards on August 9, 6 to 8 pm. Among the honors to be presented that night will be Best Student Award and the winning FOTOcamper will receive a new digital camera. The cost to attend one of these two-week sessions of Youth Summer FOTOcamp is $1,295 per session. This fee covers 10 6- hour sessions and includes transportation and admission fees for the fieldtrips, t-shirts, prints, etc. To register for one of the three sessions of Youth Summer FOTOcamp, please call 561.253.2600 or visit www.workshop.org .