Kids ages 15 and younger can join a paying adult for one free round of golf on the First Tee of Clearwater Junior Tee's which provide shortened, manageable distances for children. Through Oct. 31.
Florida Advanced Technological Education Center hosts several high-tech robotics five-day camps for middle and high school-aged students.
Price: $175 per week.
As a reward for enduring the summer heat, the park stay open late and offers the Celebrate American Concert Series (Saturdays and Sundays), late night thrill rides and Shamu's Light Up the Night show with a fireworks finale. Included with admission.
Now through Aug. 31, kids ages 5 to 15 get one free bucket of range balls so they can practice golfing during the summer break. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Also takes place at Ace Golf in Riverview, Tampa and Tarpon Springs. Hours vary by location.
Six, one week camps to choose from for ages 8-10 and 11-14. Campers are required to bring their own lunch, but snacks will be provided. Each week culminates with a performance for family and friends.
Busch Gardens celebrates summer with extended hours, the Kinetix rock-fueled acrobatic show, fireworks and DJ dancing. The park remains open until midnight every Friday and Saturday night through out Summer Nights. Included with regular daily admission.
Sylvan Learning Centers, the Friends of East Lake Community Library, and the Youth Services Department partner to offer an eight-session series to help students in Grades 1-6 who might be struggling with math. Students complete brain-boosting activities that grow more challenging with every ass...
Running through Aug. 30, the Smithsonian’s traveling Exhibition Service brings this look at the suburban back yard as an American original invention. From the rise of the suburbs and tract houses, to the beauty of postwar garden design and the birth of the environmental movement, it is fi...
From the collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and his Family Foundation, the exhibition features some of Warhol's most iconic screenprints, including Marilyn Monroe and Mao Zedong. Also featured are works from other artists who use color as a tool to shape how we respond to images, including ...
Price: $15; $7.50 seniors, groups; $5 students; children ages 6 and younger free. Under the Blue Star Program, admission for active military and five family members is free through Labor Day.
The selection highlights American art between 1830 and the end of WWI, including artists Thomas Cole, Albert Bierstadt, John Sloan and others. The presentation narrates an important chapter in American history that witnessed the Civil War, the expansion of national boundaries and the emergence ...
Price: $15; $7.50 seniors, groups; $5 students; children ages 6 and younger free. Under the Blue Star Program, admission for active military and five family members is free through Labor Day. From June 13 to June 19, regular admission is $7.50.