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It’s fall y’all! I know, it’s hard to believe with the current (blazing) temperatures outside. But, pumpkin spice lattes are at Starbucks and Target is STOCKED with every Halloween costume under the (Florida) sun!
I broke the news last month, but I’m so excited to be working with Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County! They are doing BIG things in our local community, especially when it comes to expecting mamas and families of young children. I recently downloaded their NEW EveryParent app to keep track of all the fall fun in Palm Beach County for families.
And do you know what I learned? We’re going to need some costumes…major costumes for all of the amazing fall events ahead. Download for yourself and check out my picks straight from the EveryParent app below!
Real quick, what is Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County?
Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County, otherwise known as CSCPBC, is working round the clock to provide resources for families and children. They want our local kids to grow up healthy, safe and strong…just like us parents! CSCPBC provides funding, research and services to the community to solidify this vision. EveryParent has aggregated TONS of relevant information for local families into one location for easy, simple access. It has tips and resources spanning topics like education, pregnancy, safety and parenting.
Fall Fun in Palm Beach County
Oktoberfest, October 12-21, 2018
Indulge in authentic meals of bratwurst and schnitzel, sip imported and domestic beers and listen to entertainment by two original Oktoberfest bands direct from Germany! Held at the American German Club of the Palm Beaches, we attend this event every single year. Our daughter #dailybocaavery especially enjoys the carnival rides and folk dancing!
WHERE: American German Club of the Palm Beaches; 5111 Lantana Road, Lake Worth
Boynton Beach Haunted Pirate Fest and Mermaid Splash, October 27-28, 2018
East Ocean Avenue, in Downtown Boynton Beach, will be transformed into a lively pirate village and mermaid lagoon, packed with fun-filled activities and entertainment for all ages! Enjoy live music, children’s activities, pirate re-enactments and stunt shows, an interactive pirate ship, magicians and fairies, Captain Jack, a spooktacular haunted house at the Schoolhouse Children’s Museum and Learning Center (admission fee). There will be live mermaids in a tank, children’s crafts, the Mermaid Splash Pageant, awarding prizes to Miss Mermaid and ‘Lil Miss Mermaid. I think #dailybocaavery has a chance based on the photo above! 😉
WHERE: 100 NE 4th Street, in Downtown Boynton Beach
Sugar Sand Park Shriek Week October 19, 20, 25, 26, and 27, 2018
Celebrating its 14th fear year, Shriek Week is two weekends of Halloween fun and entertainment for the whole family at Sugar Sand Park Community Center. This event features an indoor haunted house (paid reservations required), outdoor haunted walk through, shows, games, train rides and family entertainment.
Timed paid reservations are required for the indoor haunted house, which is appropriate for ages 7-12. The LITE NITE (Oct 25) haunted house is for ages 5-12, with brighter lighting, less intense scares and a modified soundtrack.
WHERE: 300 S. Military Trail, Boca Raton
P.S. Modern Boca Mom is actually the new event sponsor for this fall family fun in Palm Beach County event!
Bottom line, this app makes your life EASIER. Why not check it out en route to one of these awesome fall events coming up? Click below!
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