The Cultural Council believes that arts and cultural education is a conduit for change and has the power to transform lives, and therefore is committed to the growth and enrichment of learners at all ages through quality and inclusive arts education—in ways that spark creativity and curiosity, build empathy, and foster collaboration.

The Council partners with local cultural organizations, the School District of Palm Beach County, and other organizations throughout our community. Through digital resources, lifelong learning initiatives, cultural education programs (such as Family Saturdays), professional development, and advocacy and research initiatives, the Cultural Council encourages and inspires learning at all ages.

Norton Museum of Art - family workshop

Family Saturdays

A program that invites families to discover the arts together as they connect and create memories while acquiring new skills through visual art, dance, nature, theater, and more!

Cultural Summer Camp Guide

Our annual Cultural Camp Guide offers a comprehensive look at arts and cultural summer camps, classes and activities from local Palm Beach County organizations.

Teachers Guide for Arts & Cultural Education

Teacher’s Guide for Arts & Cultural Education

This annual guide connects educators with curriculum-based programs offered by Palm Beach County cultural organizations. It includes information on field trips, afterschool and in-school programs, and virtual learning opportunities provided by each organization.

Upcoming Cultural Events for Kids & Families

Lighthouse Sunset Tour

Lighthouse Sunset Tour

Wednesday, April 5

Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum

Climb 105 steps and take in the spectacular sunset views atop the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse! Learn a bit of history along the way. Tour time is approximately 60 ... More details »
The Price is Right Live!

The Price is Right Live!

Saturday, April 15

Kravis Center for the Performing Arts

THE PRICE IS RIGHT LIVE™ is the hit interactive stage show that gives eligible individuals the chance to hear their names called and “Come On Down” to ... More details »