Weekend Planner: 10 things to do this weekend in and around Jupiter
This week’s planner is just the tiniest bit abbreviated (we had a major Mac meltdown Wednesday) but don’t worry because what’s on our list is super fun and, as always, these are just our suggestions, if you don’t see something you like then you can find ALL THE THINGS in our full calendar of events.
Did you see this?
- The 2019 Cobb Summer Movies list is out and we’ve got the deets. #SummerStartsSoon
- We’ve got a FREE mobile app for Apple and Android devices. It makes finding things to do in Jupiter SOOO easy.
- We’ve got a Facebook Group! It’s a great way to stay connected without all the hassle of your newsfeed filled with divisive content.
Friday, May 3
86. PM Thunderstorms. 80% chance of rain.
Family Fun Fridays at Sailfish
Sailfish Splash Waterpark | 10:30AM-2PM | $6 | Details
Why you should go: It’s likely to rain out any plans you have for Friday night and summer will be here before too long and this deal will be gone. During the Spring and Fall seasons, on select Fridays, Sailfish Splash Waterpark invites families to take a break from the indoors and enjoy their Interactive Splash Playground Area* from 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. All other waterpark areas closed during this time.
*The Interactive Splash Playground area includes dump bucket, small slides, and zero-entry pool playground.
Saturday, May 4
86. PM Thunderstorms. 80% chance of rain.
Jupiter Medical Center Family Fun Day
Harbourside Place | 9AM-Noon | Free | Details
Why you should go: Come celebrate the Grand Opening of the Mastroianni Family Pediatric Emergency Department with Jupiter Medical Center. The family-friendly event will include bounce houses, a rock climbing wall, face painters, arts & crafts, music, snacks and more!
Emily Brown and the Thing
Kravis Center| 10-11AM | $12* | Details
Why you should go: This event is part of the Kravis Center’s Family Fare series. The Kravis Center’s whimsical and educational Family Fare events incorporate wholesome and culturally relevant selections to stimulate the curiosity of young minds. Ages 3+ (no intermission)
Norton Museum of Art | 10:30-11:30AM | $1* | Details
Why you should go: Families will explore diverse settings looking at interior and exterior environments along with the feelings these areas evoke, then bring their own space to life by constructing a setting out of various materials in the studio.
May the 4th Be With You Bash
Rising Sun Martial Arts (Jupiter) | 11AM-Noon | Free* | Details
Why you should go: Calling all aspiring Jedis! If you’ve got a child (ages 7-12) who loves all things Star Wars and might be interested in a little Jedi training.
Kids Fest at Bowlero
Bowlero (Jupiter) | 1-5PM | Free | Details
Why you should go: Free bowling and shoes for kids, discounted games for adults, discounted food ($1 soda, $2 hot dogs) and prizes! Plus, it’s probably gonna rain so why not?
Sunday, May 5
88. PM Thunderstorms. 90% chance of rain.
- Gardens GreenMarket | Palm Beach Gardens | 8AM-1PM | Details
- Waterfront Market | Harbourside | 10AM-3PM | Details
Cinco de Mayo at Calaveres Cantina
Harbourside | 11AM-Close | Free | Details
Why you should go: It’s Cinco De Mayo and if you’re searching for someplace to celebrate, this local eatery has some family-friendly fun planned including a mariachi band and chihuahua races 🙂
Animal Reading Friends (ARF)
Jupiter Library | 1:30-3:30PM | Free* | Details
Why you should go: Reluctant readers will go dog-gone crazy over this opportunity to read to a licensed therapy dog. Sign up for 15 minutes with a furry listener by calling 561-744-2301 to pre-register.
*Events marked with an asterisk require pre-registration. Click details for that event for contact information.
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- 2019 Free Summer Movies at Cobb
- Live Like Jake Foundation hosts annual 5K on May 11
- 2019 Summer Camp Guide
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