Summer Learning Fun at IMACS Hi-Tech Summer Camp- Enter to Win a Week of Camp!

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Disclosure- We received a week of IMACS Summer Camp for each of my girls to facilitate our review.  All opinions are 100% our own.

P1220608For over 20 years, IMACS has been giving South Florida students an outlet for reaching their highest potential in math, computer science and logical reasoning and they have the success stories to prove it.  They have five locations, three of which – Boca Raton, Plantation, and Weston – offer the IMACS Hi-Tech Summer Camp.  My girls and I had the opportunity last summer to experience the IMACS Summer Camp for ourselves and it was an amazing experience.  IMACS Summer Camp is made up of 3 different academic programs- Logic Puzzles, Electronics, and Computer Programming and Virtual Robotics.  Logic Puzzles has team games, group interactions and friendly competitions.  Electronics is “hands-on” as students build projects that they keep.  Computer Programming and Virtual Robotics contains self-paced, virtual challenges.


The Electronics class is a self-paced class in which students follow the lessons of the workbook in order and complete various projects.  There are worksheets after each project to check for understanding of concepts.  During each lesson there are also stopping points where the students must stop and have the instructor check their work up to that point.  workbookThe students learn real world symbols for electronic components to make circuit designs such as the symbol for battery, light bulb, and wire.  electronics chartsI love that the students aren’t just putting together cool projects but they are learning and gaining real world experiences.  The projects are all engaging and I was amazed at all the skills my girls were learning.  I never would have thought my 10 year old would be using wire cutters and other tools.  She gained so much confidence from this class.  All of the tools and parts are provided for the students and care is taken to keep the students protected as they are monitored and must wear protective gear such as goggles to keep their eyes safe.  toolsI really enjoyed watching the students interact with each other and help each other with their projects.  It was nice seeing students not only learn from the instructor and self-discovery, but also by teaching concepts to the other students.  Older students get to do more advanced projects that include learning skills such as soldering.

Logic Puzzles

In the Logic Puzzles class the students work in teams, groups, and pairs to complete various types of logic games and puzzles.  They start off with 2 “String Games” as a whole group.  A string game consists of two strings on the white board that overlap like a Venn Diagram.  There are several pieces that get put on the board either in one of the sections of the string or on the outside of the string.  The students take turns trying to figure out what the “rule” is for that game based on where the items are placed.
String game2In the logic puzzles class they also play board games that require logic and thinking skills such as Othello.  They play these games usually in pairs for about 30 minutes of the class as the teacher walks around the room and instructs the students on game play and strategy.othello2Another part of the class are the critical thinking puzzles that are shown on the overhead projector.  This is usually about 45 minutes of the 2 hour class.  Here’s an example of some critical thinking puzzles:
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Computer Programming and Virtual Robotics

In the Computer Programming and Virtual Robotics class students learn introductory programming and problem-solving skills.

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IMACS sessions run from June 8 through August 21, 2015 with weekly sessions (Monday through Friday). Students can enroll in one or more weeks of full-day camp or individual 2-hour classes. IMACS has classes to accommodate almost all students, from first graders through even the most talented 12th graders. Students can choose to enjoy a full day of camp in which they would take all 3 classes or they can choose to enroll in individual classes.  Each session is one week long for both full day camp and individual classes.  Costs for the full-day camp range from $420 to $564 per week and individual class costs range from $90 to $289.  Parents who enroll their child by April 1st will receive a 10% early registration discount.  Multiple class and sibling discounts of 10% are also available for any full day and individual programs within each session.

why IMACSIMACS camp is flexible.  You choose the weeks you want and they do not need to be consecutive.  This is great for scheduling your summer the way you want.  New campers are welcome each week.  There is no registration fee and no supply fee. Need to drop your child off early?  For campers starting at 9:15, early drop off is available from 8:00 to 9:15 at no charge!

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Entering Grades 3–8: Campers benefit by participating in all three IMACS summer academic programs: Logic Puzzles, Computer Programming & Virtual Robotics, and Electronics. Campers are totally immersed in fun-filled academic pursuits such as playing strategic logic games, designing and building electronic devices, and programming computers.

Entering Grades 9–10: Students will have the tremendous benefit of studying three IMACS courses: Computer Science, Logic for Mathematics, and Electronics. This is an intellectually stimulating program for outstanding students. An aptitude test is required to properly place your child. Call IMACS to schedule an appointment.

The Full Day camp is 9:15 – 4:15. Early drop-off for full day campers begins at 8:00am at no additional charge. Lunch is 11:15 – 12:00. There are small breaks within each class and between classes.

Individual Classes

Entering Grades 1–12: Campers may enroll in individual classes. Each class meets Monday through Friday for two hours each day (except for campers entering grades 1 or 2).

Logic Puzzles- (Entering Grades 1-8)
Entering Grades 1–2: Games! Puzzles! Fun! (But don’t tell your kids that they are learning how to reason and are developing a love of mathematical thinking.)

Entering Grades 3–8: Mysteries of pure logic are presented in fun, compelling stories. Painstakingly designed, this class leads campers from elementary deductive reasoning to skills that exceed those of most college graduates! Team logic games, exciting tournaments, and, as in every IMACS class, new challenges each week!

Computer Programming & Virtual Robotics (Entering Grades 3–9)

Campers don’t merely use the computer in this course. They write computer programs! Using the programming language LOGO, developed at MIT, campers are challenged by projects designed by the IMACS Curriculum Development Group. With individualized guidance, campers develop basic programming and problem-solving skills. Campers can also apply these skills in the IMACS Virtual Robotics Lab, where programmable, configurable robots exist in a virtual world that contains the physical realities of friction, acceleration, and conservation of momentum. Campers showcase their triumphs on their personalized IMACS web pages.

Electronics (Entering Grades 3–10)

These classes introduce campers to the fascinating world of electronics. Campers learn about electrical components such as resistors, diodes, LEDs, capacitors, transistors and integrated circuits and use them to design and construct fun projects. Courses are tailored according to age and ability so that each camper is able to advance as far as his or her interests and abilities allow. Campers may keep the electronic devices that they build.

Computer Science (Entering Grades 7–12) Aptitude Test Required

Students pursue an academic, university-level computer science course. The IMACS curriculum has been used in prestigious programs such as Duke University’s Talent Identification Program and Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Talented Youth. Students work with interactive tools available only at IMACS and are taught by highly qualified and trained professionals. This class goes well beyond a traditional introductory course, introducing advanced concepts such as recursion, functional programming, object-oriented programming, and artificial intelligence. Contact IMACS to find out if this class is appropriate for your child.

Logic for Mathematics (Entering Grades 8–12) Aptitude Test Required

Logic for Mathematics is an unparalleled course in pure mathematical logic. Designed for the most talented secondary school students, it is the envy of university mathematics courses everywhere! This multimedia class improves upon our world-renowned Elements of Mathematics curriculum. Contact IMACS to find out if this class is appropriate for your child.

games for saleWant to Learn More About IMACS?

Students and parents have an opportunity to experience IMACS for themselves at free IMACS Summer Camp Open Houses in Boca Raton, Weston, and Plantation.  Open House attendees have a chance to win a raffle for a free week of full-day camp. At every open house, IMACS will hold two raffles–one for a free week of Full Day camp (for students entering 3rd grade and above) and one for a free week of Primary Logic Puzzles (for students entering 1st and 2nd grade).  For more information on the raffles and to RSVP for an Open House in Boca Raton, Weston, or Plantation, visit
Attend an Open House:
March 14 – Weston
March 28 – Plantation
April 11 – Boca
April 18 – Weston
April 25 – Plantation
May 9 – Boca
May 16 – Weston
May 30 – Plantation

For more information go to to learn more about their summer camp.  You may also reach IMACS at 954-791-2333, 561-470-1178, or

IMACS is giving away a week of full-day camp to one of my lucky blog readers.  This is a $564 value!!!

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Save Money With The New Couwalla App

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Last weekend I attended a media event with several other bloggers at the Brio Tuscan Grill in Plantation and the Westfield Broward Mall to learn about the new Couwalla coupon app.  We started our afternoon enjoying on the amazingly delicious appetizers at  Brio Tuscan Grill, a new restaurant in Plantation.  There were 3 types of bruchetta, calamari, and spinach dip.  The Beef Carpaccio was my favorite but I really liked everything I tried.  I ordered a steak for my lunch and it was cooked perfectly and the sauteed veggies and diced sweet potato were a nice accompaniment.
brio tuscan grilleAnd the desserts!  Oh the desserts!  Full disclosure, I’m dieting so I ordered a cup of fruit but my oh my the desserts looked delicious!brio tuscan grille dessertsWhile we ate we had the opportunity to talk with the creators of the Couwalla app as well as coupon guru and Miami Dolphins player, Keith Sims.  Keith gave us some couponing tips and shared with us how he saves money with coupons.  With his money savings skills, Keith is the perfect spokesperson for Couwalla.
couwalla signSo what is Couwalla?

Couwalla App is a free application available for iphones and androids.

Right now Couwalla is only available in South Florida but they are quickly expanding to other markets and will have over 45,000 coupons to save on apparel and restaurants by next month.Screenshot_2015-01-25-00-48-36

Download the Couwalla app to your smartphone.  Open up the Couwalla app on your smartphone and it will show you all the coupons available in your area.

Screenshot_2015-01-25-00-49-16You can also search for coupons by category.  
Screenshot_2015-01-25-00-50-14Add the coupons you like to “My Coupons” and then simply have the cashier scan them when you get to the register.  Nothing to clip.  No searching for coupons online.  Easy peasy!  In just the last week since I stared using Couwalla I found several coupons that I hadn’t seen elsewhere.  Love that!  

Couwalla prides itself on it’s integrity- find a coupon, show it, use it, done!  No need to worry about coupons not working, expired coupons, etc. like with some other coupon apps.  


With Couwalla the consumer is in control, not the advertiser.  Another great feature of Couwalla is the “Wallet” where you can store all of your store loyalty card numbers.  No more carrying around a keychain full of scan cards.  With Couwalla you can store them all in the app and simple show the app to the cashier to scan your loyalty card.
couwalla walletAnother one of my favorite things about Couwalla is “Couwalla Cares”, a philanthropic program in which Couwalla will donate money to charities per download of Couwalla. Couwalla chooses a different charity each month to give money to.  This month they are donating to the Alzheimer’s Family Center Inc. located in South Florida.  In February Couwalla’s Couwalla Cares charity will be St. Jude.
Couwalla EventHere we are posing with Keith Sims (far right) and several other ex-Miami Dolphins players.  We’re a cute looking bunch, aren’t we?

Text “Couwalla” to 30241 to download the app to your smartphone.

Make sure to check out Couwalla on Facebook.

Disclosure: I was invited to Brio Restaurant in Plantation and the Westfield Broward Mall for a media event.  I received a gift card to faciliate my review but all opinions are 100% my own.  

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Kidgits members enjoy special events including Regal Cinemas family-friendly    movies, along with facepainting, storytime at American Girl, & kids meal deals at participating restaurants

WHAT:           Escape the summer heat and come to Kidgits Toddler Tuesdays at The Falls!  Enjoy special fun events, movie deals, storytime at American Girl,facepainting, balloon artists, and more, just for Kidgits members on Tuesdays. Regal Cinemas is hosting the ultimate way for families to stretch their entertainment dollars this summer with a $1 weekly movie, now through August 5. These popular family–friendly films, rated G or PG, will be featured at the theatre at 10 a.m., every Tuesday.

                        Additionally, Kidgits members will enjoy free*, delicious kid’s meals provided by local mall restaurants including, BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse, Brio Tuscan Grille, Crepe Maker at The Falls, Los Ranchos Steakhouse, and TGI Fridays.

                        *Free kid’s meal with purchase of an adult entrée on Tuesdays, only. Must present Kidgits membership card to be eligible. Dine-in only. Kids 12 and under. Cannot be combined with any other offers.

Movies featured during Toddler Tuesdays include:

  • June 17: Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2, and The Pirates: Band of Misfits
  • June 24: Arthur Christmas, and Despicable Me 2
  • July 1: The Lego Movie, and Free Birds
  • July 8: Adventures of TinTin, and Rise of the Guardians
  • July 15: Kung Fu Panda 2, and Madagascar 3
  • July 22: The Croods, and Epic
  • July 29: Turbo, and Walking with Dinosaurs
  • August 5: Mr. Peabody & Sherman, and Rio 2

Through Tuesday, August 12, enjoy facepainting and balloon art with Tutti Frutti, from 12pm-2pm by the Guest Services Center.

Through August 19, enjoy Bitty Baby Storytime at the American Girl store on the following dates:

Tuesday, 7/8: Bitty Baby Ballet Story Time 2-4pm

Tuesday, 7/22: Bitty Baby Princess Story Time 2-4pm

Tuesday, 7/29: Bitty Baby Ballet Story Time 2-4pm

Tuesday, 8/5:  Bitty Baby and Me story time 2-4pm

Tuesday, 8/12: Bitty and Me Story Time 2-4pm

Tuesday, 8/19: Bitty Baby and Me Story Time 1-3pm

COST:            Kidgits membership is a $5 annual fee, visit Guest Services to register. Regal Cinemas ticket packages can be purchased in advance for $5 to all 8 movies through the box office, or Individual              tickets can be purchased before the show for $1 per person, per movie. Additional fees apply for facepainting and balloon art for non-Kidgits members.

WHEN:          Every Tuesday starting at 10am ($1 movie deal through August 5, Tutti Frutti through August 12, Bitty Baby Storytime at American Girl through August 19, and Kids Meal deals ongoing)


WHERE:         The Falls, Regal Cinemas & participating The Falls restaurants

                          8888 SW 136th St

Miami, FL 33176

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South Florida Parenting Baby Fair June 7th, 2014

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babyfairLGO.epsAre you expecting or recently had a baby?  Make sure to check out South Florida Parenting’s Baby Fair on June 7, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at The Pavilion in Boca Raton- 301 Yamato Road

$10 in advance (you can get South Florida Parenting Baby Fair tickets here)
$15 at the door

South Florida Parenting’s 2014 Baby Fair is the perfect place for information, education, relaxation and a little pampering – all in a tropical indoor setting at The Pavilion, which is located in the Stonegate Bank building on Yamato Road. The Baby Fair will feature prenatal and baby products and services, educational seminars, “Put your Feet up Lounge” and complimentary beverages. The Pavilion Grille will serve a complete meal or appetizer while you are at the event. Goodie bags with samples and special offers will be provided to the first 500 attendees. Dads can compete for gift cards by taking part in the “Daddy’s Diaper Duty” contests throughout the day.

2014 Baby Fair Seminars: 

Complete schedule of times will be posted  by June 1.

– Miami Children’s Hospital Nicklaus Outpatient Center:
Stages of Physical Development & Speech and Language Development

– Palm Beach County Family Central: Choosing the right daycare

– Florida Dept of Health –  Palm Beach County:
Later delivery gives baby best shot at development

– Pediatric Associates: Baby 101

– Coalition of Palm Beach County Drowning Prevention: Drowning prevention

– Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies: Mom and Baby health

– Broward Health: TBD

*  Speakers and seminars subject to change

2014 Demo Schedule:

Joe DiMaggio’s Hospital will be sponsoring our Health, Safety and Wellness area which will include:

– Infant CPR

– Daddy Diaper Derby

– Prenatal Yoga

– Baby Nutrition

   Pediatric Associates will sponsor our car seat safety checks
provided by  the Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office. This is a  great
opportunity to make sure your car seat is installed  properly.
Drive your vehicle under the portico at  the Pavilion Grille to
receive your free safety check.

*Topics are subject to change


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Krav Maga Israeli Martial Arts With Elite Youth Programs

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Disclosure- My family received a small discount in our monthly class tuition to Elite Youth Programs Krav Maga to facilitate my review.  I received no other compensation and all opinions are 100% my own.  I truly believe in this program and it’s benefits and want to share it with my readers.

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My girls and I were introduced to a self defense martial arts program several months ago called Krav Maga and we were instantly hooked.  We had attended a blogger meeting and the Krav Maga Elite Youth Program did a trial class and demonstration for us in their Tamarac, FL location.  I truly believe it was BASHERT, or meant to be for us to be at the blogger meeting to find out about the Elite Youth Program Krav Maga.  It is exactly what I have been looking for for my girls.   The Elite Youth Programs Krav Maga is all about being brave, being powerful, and being able to defend yourself against bullies and other potential attackers.  The children aren’t taught to be a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle or a Kung Fu Panda, they are empowered with real life skills to protect themselves and the courage to do so.  It is an amazing program that teaches self discipline, to be powerful, to be a team player, to be balanced, to be a good listener, to be ready in any situation, and many other important life skills that go beyond being able to defend yourself.

Elite Youth Program Krav Maga is for children from 3 and up.  They also offer private workshops to teach women self defense as well.  Want to try Krav Maga classes for yourself?  Sign up to receive 2 free weeks with Elite Youth Program Krav Maga plus get a BONUS FREE copy of their Family Safety Guide when you sign up.

 I will be posting as my girls progress with the program so keep an eye out.  If you are in South Florida and want to arrange a private women’s self defense class with the Elite Youth Program Krav Maga, I highly recommend it.  Get some of your friends together and learn how to protect yourselves.  You’ll thank me for it!
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About Krav Maga:

Your children deserve nothing less than the most effective system of self-defense available today. Krav Maga was created out of a need to survive; it is practical, highly effective, easy to learn, and used by the most elite armed forces and law enforcement units in the world.

More and more parents are turning to this art to keep their kids “stranger-safe” and “bully-proof”. We have a unique program designed exclusively for children of all ages which makes learning this effective art engaging, empowering, and of course lots of fun

Why Krav Maga for Kids?

Parents, at this point you may be asking yourselves “this seems fine for soldiers or police officers, but do I want my child learning this stuff”?

That is a great question. I ask you to consider this:

  • Bullies are nearly always bigger and stronger than their victims.
  • Abductors are adults with greater strength and experience.
  • Children are smaller and have very limited, reach, and endurance.
  • To have life-saving knowledge and not pass it on is unethical.

Krav Maga is not a competitive art. Your child will not be training to strike another child for a medal. The idea is to help your child feel safer, empowered, confident, and in control and full ownership of their body. When your child feels this way, they are actually LESS likely to react violently because they know how to keep a cool head, assess a situation, and react accordingly. Violence stems from fear. We at Elite Youth Programs and Elite Krav Maga help remove that sense of constant fear and the victim mentality. We do this while still making sure kids have fun and enjoy their class.

About Elite Youth Programs

Founded in 2008, Elite Youth Programs, formerly South Florida Youth Sports, is one of the leading youth empowerment organizations in South Florida that develops unstoppable students that feel safe and secure in and out of school and prepared for anything.

Elite is the #1 safety education provider with the best programs that include assemblies, class presentations, in-house field trips, staff training, parent workshops, after school enrichments, summer, winter, spring camps and community based personal safety training.

Utilizing the most practical and effective personal safety training, Elite equips students with the skills and mindset to deal powerfully with challenges ranging from verbal attacks such as name-calling and bullying to the most dangerous physical assaults that could involve a risk to their lives.

Elite programs are one of the best solution to safer schools and safer faculty, students and families.

More than 2,500 children have participated in our summer camps or Krav Maga self-defense programs located at over 35 schools in Broward and Miami-Dade County.  the organization provides the highest-quality summer camp learning programs that help schools and students maintain exceptional academic achievement in a safe environment.

The organization is transforming traditional day camps and aftercare programs to super-effective learning and skill building courses.  Rather than simply functioning as day care stand-ins and babysitting factories, programs help children break through in areas of their lives that matter to them.  Children leave Elite programs with an edge to help them excel in school and in life.  Elite provides students with skills that will impact every area of their lives.  Our contribution to the community is to develop and grow youth programs that reliably deliver results to kids giving them a sense of freedom and choice for their lives, the power to live life fully without constraints.

Elite staff include the best educators to serve as our school partners at organization sites, young adults with aspirations to make a profound and last impact on the lives of children and teenagers with a passion for education

  1. For teachers and educators, skill sets are developed that further their leadership ability in their respective schools and lives

  2. For college students pursuing careers in education, there are mentorship opportunities from experienced master teachers to accelerate their skills and crate advanced placement at school locations.

  3. For teenagers, a world class Leadership Development Program.

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South Florida Parenting Magazine Egg-A-Palooza and Other Upcoming April South Florida Events #‎SFParenting‬

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South Florida Parenting Magazine Egg-A-Palooza
April 6 — 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.Mizner Park Amphitheater, Boca Raton

Join South Florida Parenting and the Boca Forum for a great family event in Boca Raton. Egg-A-Palooza will feature ongoing egg hunts, where each child will find candy- and toy-filled eggs. There also will be special prize-filled eggs. No reservations are needed for the egg hunts, but don’t forget to bring an Easter basket.

The event also will include visits with the Easter Bunny, magic shows, stage entertainment, crafts, a Bunny Scavenger Hunt, face painting, inflatables, games, contests and giveaways. Snacks and drinks will be available for purchase.

Admission is $6.00 per person, with babies under 18 months admitted free of charge.  All activities are included in the admission price.  Free parking is available at nearby garages and nearby locations staring at 11:30 am.

Free Parking:
United Methodist Church 
625 N.E. Mizner Blvd.
(Within walking distance to Egg-A-Palooza)

Boca Raton City Hall
201 W. Palmetto

Boca Raton Downtown Library
400 NW 2nd Avenue

Make sure to grab this Egg-A-Palooza coupon, too!

For exhibitor information, please call Sandy Betlach at 954-596-5631.

Parking: United Methodist Church 625 N.E. Mizner Blvd.  (Within walking distance to Egg-A-Palooza)

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Here are some other awesome April South Florida Parenting events:

4th Annual Eggstravaganza – April 12
Bring the family  for a free event at Promenade at Coconut Creek, located at Wiles and Lyons Road from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Eggstravaganza features on-going egg hunts, visits with the Easter Bunny, magic shows, bunny hat craft and  activities provided by local businesses.    No need to make a reservation, but be sure to bring  your Easter baskets.  All activities are free.  After the Eggstravaganza,  visit the many shops at the Promenade or enjoy lunch at our of Promenade’s restaurants.

Bunny Palooza. April 18-20
Sponsored in part by South Florida Parenting, this three-day event includes Easter egg hunts, bounce houses, a giant fun slide, a rock climbing wall, a business expo, hands-on crafts, face painting, games and giveaways. Daily parade at 12:30 p.m. with floats, bands, strolling performers, costumed characters and the Easter Bunny. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Miami Seaquarium, 4400 Rickenbacker Causeway. Call 305-361-5705 or visit
Free with admission: General, $41.95; Children 3-9, $31.95.

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‪Find Out About South Florida Camps March 16th at Camp Fest #‎SFParenting‬ ‪#‎CampFunFest‬

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On Sunday March 16th from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. South Florida Parenting Magazine will be hosting a Camp Fest at Westfield Broward Mall in Plantation.

Camp Fun Fest is a free expo for families looking to plan their summer. Camps, travel, indoor play places, tutoring companies and related businesses will be represented at Camp Fun Fest. Camp Fun Fest will also feature magic shows, entertainment, hands-on crafts, face painting, a camp scavenger hunt and s-mores. All activities are free.

Here’s a list of exhibitor’s participating:

Ace Superstore
Barbie’s Dreamhouse
Camp Lingua
Camp Live Oak
Camp Pillsbury
Christi Academy
Circle F Dude Ranch
Creative Child Learning Center
Dan Marino Foundation
Face Painting By Terry
FKA Martial Arts
Ft Lauderdale Childrens’ Museum
Jump ‘N’ Jam
Magnolia School Of Arts
Miami Marlins
Mom Bloggers
Monster  Mini Golf
Moroch Entertainment
Museum Of Discovery And Science
Newport Beachside Resort
Nob Hill Academy
Pediatric Associates
PNC Bank
Sawgrass Lanes
Science Eye
Soref  JCC
Swim Academy
Trinity Lutheran Academy
Young At Art

For exhibitor information, please call Sandy Betlach at 954-596-5631.

Stage Schedule for Camp Fun Fest:

11 a.m. – James Changefield, Emcee
11:30 a.m. – Magic Show by James Changefield
Noon – Kai Koren, Starz of the Future Finalist
12:15 p.m. – FKA Martial Arts
1 p.m. – Ava Faith Radosevich,  Starz of the Future Finalist
1:15 p.m. – Nick Aquilino, Starz of the Future Finalist
2 p.m. – Ronald McDonald Show
3 p.m. – Hip Hop Kidz
4 p.m. – Zumba by Terry
5 p.m. – Magic Show by James Changefield

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