Spring Break Programs 

Things to do when your kids are home from school!

Big Top, Big universe

Week-long Family Fun March 17-25


Attention current Webtrac users: Every 2 years the City requires WebTrac users to re-verify residency in person. If you have not registered for a class/program since August 2015, your username & password are no longer valid.  To be reset in the system, you must come in person to a Community Center, Tennis Center, or Sugar Sand Field House to re-activate your Webtrac account.  You must bring proof of residency at that time to continue to receive resident rates for on-line registrations.

Pre-registration required for all programs by a parent/legal guardian, unless noted.

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Explorium Spring Break Blast 

Mon-Fri, 3/20-3/24 • 9am-1pm • Grades 1-5                                

Spend part of your break with the Children’s Science Explorium! We have days filled with activities, experiments, games and more.   (Min-10; Max-22)

CLICK HERE for camp details

Bright & Smart 3D Printing  

Mon-Tues, 3/20-3/21 8:30am-3pm Ages 7-14yrs          ACTIVITY 213426

This program combines engineering skills with visual-spatial activities and offers knowledge and entertainment based on teamwork, and programming.  Children develop important social skills, critical and logical thinking, and the discipline of moving forward step by step.  Materials fee of $5 payable to instructor. Min-6; Max-12

Instructor: Lucy Tamez                                              Per day $70 Resident; $82 Non-Resident

Fun & Fitness Activities Program   

Mon-Tues, 3/20-3/21  8:30am-5:30pm Ages 7-14yrs                 ACTIVITY 213426

This versatile program for girls & boys is all about FUN! Activities will include Hip Hop Aerobics, tumbling, sport games, arts & crafts, theatre games, karaoke and a pizza party. Campers must supply 2 snacks and a drink of their own. Min-10; Max-30 Instructor: Joy Deco & Staff                                                                    Per day $65 Resident; $81.25 Non-Resident

Curtain’s Up Drama Workshop  

Mon-Wed, 3/20-3/22   8:30am-3pm   Ages 6-15                            ACTIVITY 213425

Join Curtain Call for a 3-day mini workshop where participants will perform skits, comedy routines, and hone their acting skills.   Participants must bring their own make-up supplies and lunch. Min-7; Max-25

Instructor: Kris Coffelt                                                                              Per 3 day $175 Resident  $218.75 Non-resident        

Drawing & Painting Art Class  

Thurs, 3/23 2-4pm •  Ages 6-13yrs                                                   ACTIVITY 213022

Participants will learn to make several different circus-themed projects during this class. This class will provide children with many opportunities to experiment with different types of art materials.  Come have fun drawing, painting, and creating!  Participants should wear or bring a smock. Min-6; Max-20

Instructor: Barbara Freiberg                                                                 Per day $28 Resident; $35 Non-resident

Curtain’s Up-Theatre Make Up       

Thurs, 3/23   8:30am-3pm   Ages 6-15                                           ACTIVITY 213425

Set the stage…learn the basic techniques of design and application of make-up for the stage.   Create make-up for characters, fantasy, animals, and more!  Participants must bring their own make-up supplies and lunch. Min-5; Max-20 Instructor: Kris Coffelt                                                                         Per day $65 Resident $81.25 Non-resident

Fun Chefs  

Fri, 3/24 8:30am-1pm Ages 5-12yrs                                             ACTIVITY 213414

Get ready for some cooking…circus style!  What’s your favorite circus food? Hot dogs?  Funnel Cakes? Corn dogs? Young chefs will learn about circus foods and techniques to cook them. Students will create their own lunch!  Students may bring a snack or substitute meal if they wish. Min-10; Max-24

Instructor: Stacey Stolman                                                                  Per day $65 Resident; $81.25 Non-resident


Food Trucks and Vendors Wed- Sat, 3/22-3/25 11am-3pm 

In addition to daily programs a variety of food trucks and vendors will be at the Camino Parking Lot next to the playground. Make a day of it& enjoy all the park amenities and Spring Break programs.  No registration required.

Prices vary, payable at vendor

Sugar Sand Park Playdate   Wed, 3/2211am-12:30pm  

Join us at the Carousel for a circus-themed craft; learn about programs at the community center.   No registration required.


Juggling Workshop    Thu, 3/2311:30am Ages 5 and up         ACTIVITY 213056

Everyone learns to juggle from the Jugglemaniacs at Banana Peel Circus. Participants get a chance to try many juggling props!  Min 5; Max 50

$10 Residents; $12.50 Non-residents

Face Painting   Thurs, 3/23 • 11am-2pm 

The Purple People Painters will be outside doing amazing face paint, body art, or airbrush tattoos.

$5-$8, payable at vendor

StarLab Adventure  Fri, 3/24 2-3pm Ages 6-12                             ACTIVITY 213839

Explore our galaxy in an inflatable planetarium, while we describe many constellations.

$10 Residents; $12.50 Non-residents


Purchase tickets online or at the Box Office (561) 347-3948

Muppets From Space Movie   Wed, 3/22 • 1pm  

The Muppets embark on a hilarious extraterrestrial adventure in hopes of finding out about Gonzo's past, and discover that Gonzo's family members are aliens from a distant planet! 

$1.00 per person, includes popcorn and a drink.

It’s Circus…It’s Science  in the Willow Theatre  Sat, 3/25 11am & 2pm    

This two person show will explore the “science of the circus” and help kids familiarize themselves with scientific concepts (laws and principles of physics such as balance, gravity, momentum, centrifugal force, motion, and more) that are brought to life by our talented staff of clowns.

$10 adults; $8 kids 12 & under.  CLICK HERE  for show details and to purchase tickets.