Sweet Dreams at the South Florida Science Center

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Valentine’s Day may be over, but let the chocolate fountain continue to flow. Join the South Florida Science Center for their 11th Annual Science of Chocolate, this Saturday, February 20 from 11AM-5PM.

During this 6-hour event, visitors will learn the science behind how chocolate is made, the chemical properties of chocolate, as well as its potential health benefits. Activities include liquid nitrogen chocolate ice cream, frozen chocolate molds, chocolate samples, a never-ending chocolate fountain from Hoffman’s Chocolates, and chocolate-related crafts and activities.

It’s a delicious opportunity for chocolate-lovers of all ages.

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Come Say Hello To My Little Friends At The Palm Beach Zoo

frogLooking for a way to entertain your pint-sized peeps this weekend? Tomorrow, Saturday, May 9 at 11:00 AM is the Grand Opening and Dedication Ceremony of the Palm Beach Zoo’s newest attraction- the Frog Bog.

Preselected Zoo Members will release frogs into the habitat, and guests will hear a special Keeper Talk about native Florida amphibians and the important role they play in the ecosystem.

There’s plenty of fun to go with the learning. Children will enjoy frog-themed crafts and games, froggie face painting, giveaways, and a “follow the frog” scavenger hunt through the Zoo.

Bring your kids for a “hopping good time”.

Frog Bog

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Palm Beach Zoo
1301 Summit Boulevard
West Palm Beach, Florida 33405-3035
(561) 547-9453

Southend Spring Cleaning this Saturday at Summa Beach

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Join SENA this Saturday morning for a coastal cleanup at Summa Beach from 8:30-10:30. (Summa Beach is the intracoastal beach at Summa Street and South Flagler Drive)

This family friendly event is a great way to celebrate Earth Day and help keep our community clean. All supplies will be provided and all ages are welcome. T-shirt for those who participate while they last. Community Service hours for ALL.

Direct any questions to Robert Norvell at 561 296-0759 or rnorvell@norvell-law.com

SENAAbout SENA
The South End Neighborhood Association was formed in 2004. Our neighborhood in West Palm Beach, Florida is bounded by Southern Boulevard to the north, the Lake Worth spillway to the south, the intracoastal waterway to the east, and the FEC railway tracks to the west. There are more than 2,500 homes in the South End. Currently we have over 300 households as members and SENA is growing fast!