Posted by Nydia Streets of Streets Law in South Florida family events
Mother’s Day weekend is here, and if you need help finding ways to celebrate the wonderful women in your life, look no further than our South Florida weekend family fun guide!
Friday, May 10, 2019
Opening of Welcome to You & Me Exhibit at Young Art Museum: Enter the world of multimedia artist Jen Clay on the opening day of her new interactive exhibition Welcome to You & Me! Meet original characters created by Clay within an immersive world of soft-sculptures, vivid textile works, hands-on activities and digital animations. After exploring visitors can create their own sculptures and claymation videos inspired by Clay's work!” For more information, click here.
Maker Monkey DIY Mother’s Day Gifts at the Citadel: “DIY Mother's Day Gifts! Project options for this special workshop include a Flower Jewelry Holder or Tulip Picture frame. Kids will receive a building kit that includes all the materials they need to complete their chosen project. After building, they will decorate their creations with our crafting materials and take their masterpiece home. Bond with your children as they unleash their creativity and learn new skills. All materials, tools, and instructions needed will be provided. Space is limited, reserve a spot now!” For more information, click here.
Saturday, May 11, 2019
Family Saturdays at the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County: “Come jam with us at our Family-Fitness Jamathon! This family-friendly session is for all ages. During your time with us, you will engage in various group dance activities through a diverse genre of dance, and music.” For more information, click here.
Under Moonlight Concert at the Barnacle: “Enjoy an evening of live music by beautiful Biscayne Bay with the Solar Dogs. Walk or bike over, or park in the neighborhood and use the Freebee app to request a shuttle to The Barnacle. Please leave pets at home, but feel free to bring low lawn chairs and rolling coolers. The gate opens one hour before show time, so arrive early to choose the best spot to spread out a picnic blanket on the spacious front lawn and enjoy your own treats and beverages. The Solar Dogs are truly a beloved home grown South Florida band. Their repertoire of Americana and original compositions blends the diverse influences of each band member into what WLRN’s Michael Stock called the “definitive South Florida sound.” For more information, click here.
Sunday, May 12, 2019
Mother’s Day Brunch at Flamingo Gardens: “This Mother's Day, treat Mom to an extra special day at the Mother's Day Brunch benefit at Flamingo Gardens. Dine al fresco amid the gardens while enjoying live music. After the unlimited Brunch Buffet, visit the Wray botanical collection and Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary. Advance ticket purchase required.” For more information, click here.
Mother’s Day at Bonnet House: “Moms get in free with one full paid adult admission and have the opportunity to step back in time and experience life as it was in the 20s and 30s. They will tour the historic house museum filled with a delightful collection of art and personal treasures from the Bartlett family as well as explore the nature trails filled with native plants, trees and an occasional monkey or swan. They can also enjoy a light lunch, iced tea or snacks at The Little Café.” For more information, click here.
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