PRLog - July 21, 2014 - LAKE WORTH, Fla. -- Kid Activities Today (http://www.kidactivitiestoday.com/)
Summertime Carnival by Kid Activities Today
The Summertime Carnival will be held at The American-German Club, 5111 Lantana Road, Lake Worth (just west of Military Trail) from 12:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 26, 2014. Kids 12 and under are free; attendees over 12 cost $19 each. For every ticket purchased online where the promo code “BoysTownSouthFlorida”
“Kid Activities Today is all about connecting families with local businesses and events and creating unique experiences,”
Numerous family-friendly activities will be offered throughout the afternoon including: carnival rides and games, a DJ dance party, live music, a petting zoo and pony rides, martial arts exhibitions, and activity booths set up by dozens of local businesses. Guests are invited to have their picture taken with princesses and other characters and will enjoy free face painting, balloon animals, and arts and crafts at this fun family event.
To purchase tickets, please visit http://www.summertimecarnival.com/
About Kid Activities Today
Started by a South Florida mom looking for fun, local things to do with her daughters, Kid Activities Today features the best family-friendly activities in Palm Beach County on one easy to navigate site. The mission of Kid Activities Today is to help families spend less time looking for things to do and more time doing them. Learn more at www.kidactivitiestoday.com.
About Boys Town South Florida
Since opening in 1991, Boys Town South Florida has provided the community with a wide range of resources. Through the In-Home Family Services program, trained Family Consultants work in the home to provide struggling families with parenting skills and access to community resources in order to keep children in the home or reunify the family if the children have been removed. Care Coordination Services, is an in-home family based program that provides a lifeline to children suffering from mental health issues by ensuring they receive the right care at the right time. Community resources include Common Sense parenting classes for parents needing tools to correct and change problem behaviors that disrupt family life, and raise responsible, caring children. Boys Town Behavioral Health Clinic offers services to children of all ages who have emotional or behavioral problems, as well as family therapy. Learn more at http://www.boystown.org/