The Palm Beach Post presents Family Saturdays

Did you know that students who participate in the arts have higher test scores and lower drop-out rates? And that family traditions provide a source of identity, strengthen family bonds and offer a sense of security?

The Cultural Council invites families to discover the arts together as they connect and create memories while acquiring new skills through visual art, dance and theater. Family Saturdays is a free program presented by various arts and cultural organizations in Palm Beach County. Each monthly event is hosted at the Council’s headquarters in downtown Lake Worth Beach and runs from 10 to 11:30 a.m.

The 2021 season of Family Saturdays is presented by The Palm Beach Post. For more information, please contact our Education Department: education@palmbeachculture.com | (561) 472-3347.

Generously underwritten by: Celia Lipton Farris and Victor W. Farris Foundation, The Batchelor Foundation, and Jim and Irene Karp

 

Upcoming Family Saturdays

Family Saturdays: Opera: Stories Told Through Singing

Family Saturdays: Opera: Stories Told Through Singing

May 1, 2021

Palm Beach Opera brings families together through the magic of Opera: Stories Told Through Singing. Through this interactive sing-a-long storytelling experience, families will learn and sing memorable opera tunes. Storytime is followed by an art activity for all to experience and enjoy.

This programming will take place in our outdoor Project Space, immediately behind the Cultural Council building on L Street. Please bring your own towels or mats. Facial coverings and social distancing are also required at all times when visiting the Cultural Council building and Project Space.

 

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Family Saturdays: Chemical Concoctions

Family Saturdays: Chemical Concoctions

June 5, 2021

Come join us for a scientific adventure! Each family will have the opportunity to make their own polymer (squishy soap!) while conducting experiments that reinforce chemistry concepts of atoms, density and changes in states of matter.

This programming will take place in our outdoor Project Space, immediately behind the Cultural Council building on L Street. Please bring your own towels or mats. Facial coverings and social distancing are also required at all times when visiting the Cultural Council building and Project Space.

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Family Saturdays: Family Art Workshop

Family Saturdays: Family Art Workshop

July 3, 2021

Join us for hands-on creativity with the Norton Museum of Art!

This programming will take place in our outdoor Project Space, immediately behind the Cultural Council building on L Street. Please bring your own towels or mats. Facial coverings and social distancing are also required at all times when visiting the Cultural Council building and Project Space.

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Family Saturdays: Kid’s Corner, Sea Turtle Fun

Family Saturdays: Kid's Corner, Sea Turtle Fun

August 7, 2021

Sea turtles are important animals in our ecosystem and it is important to keep them safe and healthy. Join Loggerhead Marinelife Center (LMC) staff as we guide children through the process of rescuing, rehabilitating, and releasing an injured sea turtles—just like we do at the Sea Turtle Hospital at LMC!

This program is for all ages and will include art making.

This programming will take place in our outdoor Project Space, immediately behind the Cultural Council building on L Street. Please bring your own towels or mats. Facial coverings and social distancing are also required at all times when visiting the Cultural Council building and Project Space.

 

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Family Saturdays: Family Fun Theatre Workshop

Family Saturdays: Family Fun Theatre Workshop

September 4, 2021

Come journey with us as we explore the world of theatre with your whole family! This fun workshop, filled with acting and props, will engage all ages.

This programming will take place in our outdoor Project Space, immediately behind the Cultural Council building on L Street. Please bring your own towels or mats. Facial coverings and social distancing are also required at all times when visiting the Cultural Council building and Project Space.

 

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