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Emily Suarez, a Ponte Vedra Beach native, is organizing a series of theater camps for kids in Jacksonville this summer for the second consecutive year. more
Students at the Bolles Lower School Ponte Vedra Beach Campus recently took on the roles of historical figures in the school’s Grade 2 Wax Museum performance. more
The Ponte Vedra High School Chinese competition team recently competed in the 13th annual Florida Statewide Chinese Competition held at Belen Jesuit Preparatory School in Miami. more
With the school year winding down, parents are preparing for the summer, seeking out answers to the perennial question of how to keep the kids entertained. Luckily, there’s always something to do on the First Coast! From the academic to the adventurous, a variety of summer camps will be offered this year by local businesses, helping kids to be kids and moms and dads to stay sane until school starts again. more
The Big Bounce America, which its company refers to as the world’s largest bounce house ever assembled, is coming to Jacksonville’s Celestial Farms April 6-8. more
Volunteering benefits people of all ages but can be especially beneficial to children. more
Family vacations can seem like daunting endeavors to organize, but careful planning makes it possible to simplify the process, so more time can be spent resting, relaxing and having fun. more
Registration for St. Johns River State College summer sessions is underway. more
Much like adults can benefit from participating in hobbies, children can reap rewards from engaging in hobbies. more
Summer camp season is just around the corner, and many people put off summer camp planning until it is too late. more
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