You’ve made it through another work week, why not spend this weekend checking off some awesome items from your summer bucket list. School is just around the corner so you gotta hurry!

While we’ve picked our 5 favorites happening this weekend, there are lots more where that came from so be sure to check out our full event calendar. See something we missed? Send us your submissions and we’ll add them in provided the event is family-friendly, open to the public, and located in the North Palm Beach area.

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5 Things to Do in Jupiter This Weekend 

1. Sue’s Tech Kitchen | Fri-Sun | $8

This STEM-fueled adventure for the mind and mouth should provide lots of educational (and tasty) fun for the whole family. Be sure to get your tickets in advance and you can sell the kids on it by just mentioning the 3D printed s’mores!

2. Shakespeare by the Sea: Antony & Cleopatra | Thur-Sun 8-10PM | Free

Don’t miss this opportunity to expose your older kids to Shakespeare (or enjoy a date night) and see this presentation of Antony + Cleopatra. A timeless tale of obsession, power, love and death. Bring your beach chair, picnic basket, blanket and/or cooler and enjoy our concessions for this FREE, outdoor professional production.

3. Kids Night at the Station| Fri 6-10PM | Free

Enjoy “The Sandlot,” a petting zoo and TMI food truck. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs and get all comfy. Movie is complementary, petting zoo is $3 per child.

4. Patty Shukla Music Show | Sat. 11AM | FREE

Local children’s musician Patty Shukla has spent the last two weeks doing a series of free concerts for the Palm Beach County library system. This event at Tequesta library will be the last in our area so if you haven’t yet had the chance to catch her show, try and see it. Your kids will love it!

5. Fairy Tale Playhouses | Daily Noon-9PM | Free

Have you checked out the playhouse village in West Palm yet? The installation is part of the Summer in Paradise promotion and is located along the waterfront near Clematis Street. There are 15 unique, outdoor playhouses, painted by local artists, and they are seriously adorable.  Each home represents a different fairy tale, with stories hailing from Canada, Jamaica, Germany, and other countries.

*All events marked with an asterisk require or recommend preregistration. Details can be found on the respective event(s) page. 

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