Healthy Snack Options for Kids

Kids are home these days, “social distancing”, and parents are working from home for the same reason. Everyone is over-stocked up on food, but do you have the right food for healthy snack options?

Many pre-packed, processed snacks are actually unhealthy and full of refined flour, added sugars, and artificial ingredients. The last thing you need is for your child that is already stressed and dealing with change beyond their control to crash or be over-excited due to what they are eating. Or even worse, not have enough essential vitamins and nutrients in their bodies to fight off colds and viruses. Kids will get hungry during the day, even more so now that they are outside more and being more active than they are on a normal school day. So sneak some healthy nutrients into their snacks!

Here is a list that we came up with (through trial and error and research) to help you feed them food they need to give them the right amount of energy and nutrients to get through each day, especially with being at home all the time these days.

*Yogurt – get the plain and sweeten it with honey
*Popcorn – pop your own and then drizzle with a touch of butter, Parmesan cheese, or other healthy toppings
*Celery with Peanut Butter and even add some raisins
*Apples with peanut butter or other nut butters (we use almond that we make ourselves at our house)
*Nuts and seeds – just be careful of allergies, we eat a lot of almonds, cashews, walnuts, sunflower, pumpkin
*Trail Mix – if you get store bought, stay away from the ones with chocolates, if you make your own, use non-sugar cereals, nuts, pretzels, coconut, dried fruits and pretty much anything else you have
*Sliced/Chopped fruit – Pears, Strawberries, Cantaloupe, Kiwi, Grapes, Apples, Oranges, Bananas, Watermelon – we always keep fresh fruit ready in the fridge. Bagged in snack bags or containers, as well as a bulk container ready for refills
*Cottage Cheese
*Oatmeal – sweeten with cinnamon and apples, honey, blueberries….you can also make strawberry oatmeal bars (or other fruit bars)
*Cheese – a slice or the round Babybel type, or the Laughing Cow
*Veggie Pita Sandwich – Hummus with lots of chopped up veggies (cucumbers, tomatoes, lettuce (not iceberg), bell peppers)
*Cherry tomatoes – my son eats them like candy right out of the container
*Fruit Smoothies – if you can, use spinach or kale and blend it with the fruit and yogurt, it’s an added bonus they kids won’t even know it’s there!
*Banana Oat Cookies
*Raisins
*Turkey Avocado Roll up
*Baked Sweet Potato Fries (or we actually use our air fryer)
*Pickles
*Kale Chips (we use our air fryer for these too)
*Roasted Chick Peas (my 9 year old loves these)
*Veggies Cut up/Chopped – dipped in hummus or ranch or guacamole
*Whole-grain crackers and nut butter
*Whole Fruit – oranges, apples, bananas, pears, grapes- we keep on hand all the time
*Olives
*Frozen Fruit Popsicles – make with real fruit
*Half of a Sandwich

We will be posting recipes on our social media each day with some of these and other fun, healthy options.

Workout Options during the Coronvirus Social Distancing Stay at Home Escapade

Now that everyone is at home because of the Coronavirus and your gym has been forced to close, don’t let that discourage you from keeping up a fitness routine. Stress is going to be high and exercise is a great way to deal with it. Many gyms have taken to creating online videos, live Facebook workouts, or just motivational instruction and offering them for FREE to anyone.

If you don’t want to use one, at least take time during your day to get outside in the sunshine, take a walk or jog around the block, do some situps or pushups, lift the kids, stretch, do some yoga, whatever it is that helps keep you active. And, don’t forget to get the kids involved! They can exercise with you. Taking time to help them practice their sports is good exercise too!

Below is a list that we have found of gyms offering those FREE online services! If you know of any that we missed, or want to add yours, please message us! Happy exercising!

Regymen Fitness

Regymen Fitness is posting #RegymenAtHome each afternoon so that everyone can work out the next day at the time that works best. They are giving instructions for each exercise along with modifications.

Orangetheory

Orangetheory is sharing a new 30-minute workout video each day, featuring some of its most popular coaches from around the world. According to the fitness center, the workouts don’t require any special equipment but may feature everyday household items.

Orangetheory’s first at-home workout was designed to help alleviate stress and elevate your mood.

Blink Fitness

Blink Fitness is hosting Facebook Live sessions weekdays at 8 a.m. ET. The fitness chain will host virtual workouts, give tips to stay motivated and answer fitness questions from the comments. 

Blink Fitness is hosting Facebook Live sessions weekdays at 8 a.m. ET. The fitness chain will host virtual workouts, give tips to stay motivated and answer fitness questions from the comments. 

Peloton

For the next 90 days, Peloton is offering its app to new users for free. Even if you don’t have the bike, the app has yoga, meditation, strength, stretching, bodyweight cardio, and strength training exercises. According to the company, all you need is a mat to get started.

Gold’s Gym

Gold’s Gym is offering a variety of digital workouts for free through the end of May. Its app offers over 600 audio and video workouts.

YMCA

YMCA has launched more than 60 free online exercise classes and youth programs to “support the health and well-being of the community,” said in a press release.

Among the classes: boot camp, barre, yoga, weightlifting, boxing, Tai Chi and more.

Planet Fitness

Planet Fitness is live streaming “Work-Ins” at 7 p.m. ET every day on Facebook. The company said its trainers, and occasionally surprise celebrity guests, will lead the 20-minute workouts, which are free for everyone. 

Crunch Fitness

All Crunch Fitness members, regardless of membership tier, will now have free access to the Crunch Live platform, which offers offer 100 workouts that can be streamed on phones, tablets or TVs. The app has a variety of workouts, including dance, yoga and kickboxing.  

Life Time

Life Time announced Thursday “Classes on Demand,” a way for members and non-members across the country to stream cardio, strength and yoga classes for free. New classes are added every day and include kickboxing, barre, guided meditations and more.

305 Fitness

305 Fitness is offering cardio dance live streams twice a day on YouTube. The sessions are held at 12 p.m. and 6 p.m. ET, and are hosted by the founder of the studio, Sadie Kurzban. 

Barry’s Bootcamp

Barry’s Bootcamp is hosting 20-minute bodyweight workouts live on Instagram for free. On Tuesday, its 9 a.m. PDT workout was hosted by CEO Joey Gonzalez, and ithe 12 p.m. PDT workout was led by VP of Curriculum Chris Hudson. 

CorePower Yoga

CorePower Yoga is offering free access to a limited collection of online yoga and meditation classes while studios are closed. “What’s important to remember right now is that our yoga practice is always there for us – wherever we are,” the company said. 

Nike Training Club

Nike Training Club Designed for full workouts at home or at the gym, with or without equipment, this app offers countless free workouts led by trainers.

FitOn This app is free to download and the workouts, which vary from cardio to weight training to Pilates, are free to access and use at any time. Just sign up, answer questions based on your fitness levels and goals, and you’re set.

“Things to do during the Two Week Coronavirus Hiatus” | Pensacola With Kids

Here is a list of ideas of things to do at home or close to home (we are also sharing links to different online, virtual, and local on our Facebook feed as we see them) for your kids as they get bored during this time at home with social distancing. Feel free to send us a message with other ideas that you have!

  1. Play sports (soccer, basketball, baseball, etc) so the kids can practice even though their actual practice may be canceled.
  2. These 12 famous museums–from London to Seoul–offer virtual tours you can take on your couch. 
  3. If kids are missing their school friends or other families, try video chats to stay in touch.
  4. Practice multiplication and script with your kids. That’ll put them in a REALLY good mood. For older kids, break out the practice tests.
  5. Build a fort with blankets or cardboard boxes.
  6. Delete all of the expletive-laden “music” from your teenager’s Spotify playlist on the family computer, while she’s not looking.
  7. Make time for active play. Bring out the blocks, balls, jump ropes and buckets and let the creativity go.
  8. Wash the floors by hand. Or use a toothbrush.
  9. Do that mending and ironing you’ve been putting off since 2004.
  10. Calm yourselves with mindfulness meditation. Check-out the Moodparth app to track moods, Headspace and Calm for meditation. 
    Groom the dog. Then suck all the fur off your couch.
  11. Make freeze-ahead dinners. The ones you wish you had right now.
  12. Get kids the Lil’ Capt. Robert Scott Antarctic Expedition playset.
  13. Make mazes or puzzles for each other to solve.
  14. Shred your pile of old documents. Better yet, multitask. Use them to light up the fireplace.
  15. Change the batteries in the smoke detectors, since you forgot during Fall Back.
  16. Find all the lids to the Tupperware.
  17. Make homemade mini pizzas.
  18. Download an app and learn how to edit videos.
  19. Call your elderly neighbors and see what you can do to help. Make happy notes and leave them on their door.
  20. Play Monopoly with the rules that make the game go slower.
  21. Go through your junk drawer. Do not be afraid.
  22. Create a treasure hunt for them (leaving clues around the house or yard).
  23. Maintain a sense of hope and positive thinking; consider keeping a journal where you write down things you are grateful for or that are going well.
  24. Clean your silverware and jewelry. Alternatively, pine for silverware and jewelry worth cleaning.
  25. Sort mementos into keep and toss piles. Spend time poring over the keepers—after all, that’s why you’re keeping them.
  26. Try to eat healthy, well-balanced meals, exercise regularly, get plenty of sleep and avoid alcohol and drugs.
  27. Make a master calendar for gift-giving dates. Shop ahead online. Or for yourself. Pretend there are sales.
  28. Make a list of all the things you love about your significant other for a card or scrapbook. Make stuff up if you have to.
  29. Put on your fanciest dress-up clothes, evening dress and jewelry and pretend you’re in an old movie. 
  30. Scan old photos and make a photo book. Then force the kids to look at pictures of their parents when they were little.
  31. Do your taxes! April 15 only feels far off.
  32. Do a science experiment.
  33. Order seeds and plants for your spring garden. Yes, spring will come eventually.
  34. Update your resume. Hey, it’s better than doing it at work and leaving it in the copying machine.
  35. Go through clothes (for you and your children) in drawers and closet. Try on and toss.
  36. Upload your CDs, finally. Now, this may be difficult: Toss the CDs and the CD player.
  37. Pitch a tent inside and have a family campout.
  38. Take out all the beach chairs, umbrellas and boogie boards and make a beach day in your living room.
  39. Google yourself.
  40. Create a schedule for your day – but don’t put too much pressure on yourself to stick to it.
  41. Make fun decorations for Easter and decorate the house with them.
  42. Collect all the pennies from the corners of the house, coat pockets, sofa cushions, jeans in the laundry. Maybe you’ll have enough for a cup of coffee at Starbucks. Then again, maybe not.
  43. Write a letter. You know the kind, with pen and paper.
  44. Make snowflakes out of paper. Tape them to your windows to block out the white piles outside.
  45. Teach haiku—five, seven, five—and make a book of illustrated snow haiku.
  46. Create airfare alerts for deals to your dream destinations.
  47. Play this fun game with your kids: Let’s Clean the Bathroom!
  48. Do shadow puppets in the dark.
  49. Play family-friendly spin the bottle with your chore list. Hope it doesn’t point to you when it’s time to clean toilets.
  50. Mani-pedi, scrub or mask, deep condition. You choose the body parts.
    Learn to juggle.
  51. Bubble bath. Turn down the lights, light a candle and pretend you’re in a spa. Doesn’t do it for you? It’s not completely impossible that a real one is open.
  52. Experiment all day on devising the ultimate chocolate chip cookie. Tasting mandatory.
  53. Begin your memoirs.
  54. Make a comic book.
  55. Take pictures of all your belongings to inventory for insurance. Now do a written inventory.
  56. Sleep. Glorious sleep.
  57. Have a reading or movie marathon.
  58. Take turns saying tongue twisters.
  59. Send messages to your friends and relatives with your favorite memories with them. 
  60. Build paper airplanes and have a flying contest.
  61. Scavenger hunts. An oldie but a real goodie. For the younger crowd, have kids collect items based on colors (such as three red items, three blue items, etc.), and for older kids, items can be collected based on letters of the alphabet.
  62. Collages. Go through photo collections, print out favorites, and make a creative collage for a fun and thoughtful gift for a special friend or family member.
  63. Unlimited painter’s tape games. One roll of painter’s tape equals countless activities. Create a long jump “pit” with several spaced-out lines of tape and see how far kids can jump. Perhaps they get further each time they try! Fashion your very own indoor hopscotch court and used rolled-up socks or beanbags as markers. Design a race track for toy cars, trucks, and trains.
  64. Fashion show. Unleash your child’s inner diva with a raid of home closets and the dress-up box. Suggest categories for outfits such as stylish or silly. Don’t forget the runway, the music, and the flash of the paparazzi taking pictures.
  65. Balloon tennis. Using hands, tennis rackets, back scratchers, pool noodles, or other devices, make your own Wimbledon court. (Strawberries and cream and finger sandwiches are strongly encouraged.)
  66. Slime! This squishy, oozy fad is not going away anytime soon. And why would we want it to? Make your own slime using myriad internet-provided instructions. Create slime in different colors and themes.
  67. Living room picnic. Spread out your favorite blanket and include the kids in the preparation of their favorite lunch items. Who knows? Maybe after the break, they will make their own lunches! (A parent can dream.)
  68. Paper airplanes. There are so many ways to craft a super-sleek aircraft. Ramp up the fun by designing a landing strip. Can you fly your plane into a large pot, a large circle cut out of paper on the floor, or through a hula hoop?
  69. House of cards. Skip the Netflix version, grab a pack of playing cards, and see how high your kids can build a tower.
  70. Rock painting. With warm, sunny days ahead, prepare to beautify your outdoor space with colorful, painted rocks. Decorate rocks with multiple colors, pictures, dates, and kids’ names.
  71. Forts. Go old-school with pillows and blankets, or create a full-day activity by picking up a large appliance cardboard box. Cut out a door, a window or two, and provide craft materials including paint, markers, glue, feathers, ribbons, and stickers for kids to make their very own stylish tiny house. Don’t forget to stock the fort with cushions, flashlights, books, and snacks.
  72. Domino run. Pick up a few boxes of dominoes at your local dollar or toy store and set up a domino run. Start small with a straight line of dominoes and increase the challenge with varying shapes of runs.
  73. Freeze dance. Think of this as a super way to burn off excess energy as well as an always-fun game. Crank up your kids’ favorite songs and when the DJ (designated kid or parent) stops the music, players must freeze in their spot.
  74. Puppet show. With a few craft supplies and a whole lot of creativity, have your kids make their own puppets, write a script, and perform a show. Think Sound of Music without the goats.
  75. Twister. Using the official board or your own home-designed version, there is never a dry eye (as in happy, laughing tears) when getting tied up in knots with your friends and family.
  76. Obstacle course. When designing an obstacle course indoors or outside, it’s all about movement. Crawl under an object, jump over an object, run around an object, slide between objects, and laugh!
  77. Board games. Think the old favorites: Hungry Hippos, Clue, Sorry, Monopoly, Candyland, Snakes and Ladders, and Yahtzee.
  78. Indoor basketball. The methods of playing indoor basketball are practically limitless. Have kids toss balled-up socks into laundry hampers, ping pong balls into cups, stuffed animals into hula hoops, etc. etc.
  79. Bake. Channel your inner Martha Stewart and bake cookies from scratch. Or channel your inner Betty Crocker and get a pre-made mix. No one is judging!
  80. Juggle. It takes a lot of skill and coordination to become a master juggler but with a lot of practice with one, two, and eventually, three items found around the house, juggling can become a party favorite. (Just be sure to lock the knives away while looking for potential juggling props!)
  81. Blow Bubbles. The sunshine is back, so break out the bubbles. The bright sun makes those bubbles look like hundreds of little spheres of rainbow colors. Those magical bubbles can entertain children for hours. Make your own bubble solution recipe from home and throw a bubble party to get the most out of your bubble-blowing fun during spring break. 
  82. Enjoy Nature Activities. Now that you can actually go outside without having to wear a snowsuit, enjoy some of the new life sprouting around you. Play games outside, go on a treasure hunt or rough it in the backyard. Take advantage or outdoor nature activities that entice kids to turn off of their electronic gadgets and turn them on to the great outdoors.
  83. Fly Somewhere Special in Your Living Room. Not jetting off for a week-long getaway today? That’s okay. Go anywhere you want in the world without ever leaving home. Play airplane with your children and simulate a flight to your own tropical destination. Or go somewhere cold. The destination is completely up to your kids. If they want to go visit Santa at the North Pole, pack your parka and go!
  84. Read Outdoors. Grab some books and head outside. Plan an afternoon reading picnic during spring break. Spread a blanket in the grass. Bring the pages to life with your kids and help turn your kids into book lovers. Take turns reading to each other. Flip through picture books. Make up your own stories. What matters most is the quality time you spend showing your kids the importance of sitting down with a good book.
  85. Plant Spring Flowers. The ground has thawed and that barren patch of dirt is practically begging for some color. Plant spring flowers with your children during their time off from school. Take them to the nursery and let them choose some flowers for your spring garden. Grow memories with your children as you get dirty and teach the children about the flowers, vegetables, or herbs you’re planting together. There are plenty of fun gardening projects for kids, regardless of their ages.
  86. Share Your Love of Music. How often have you heard an old song and it instantly transported you to another time and place? Imprint those same music-loving memories on your children. Share a variety of music with them by listening to various songs together, swapping stories, and bringing the music to life with fun music activities like musical chairs or a family dance party.
  87. Host a Family Movie Night. After a busy day of play, end your evening with a family movie night. But this isn’t any ordinary family movie night. Tonight, you are turning your house into a movie theater, complete with a concession stand, homemade movie tickets, and movie reviews after the credits roll.
  88. Stay Busy on Rainy Days. Those unpredictable spring showers can put a damper on your outdoor plans during spring break. Have a back-up plan in place with indoor activities to keep kids busy. They can make wall art, play indoor games, engage in creative writing activities, and so much more.
  89. Start Your Own Holiday Traditions. Spring break is an excellent time to get ready for the upcoming spring holy days–Easter, Passover, Eid, or Ramadan–if you celebrate them. Prepare Easter baskets and dye eggs together, do kid-friendly Passover crafts like making a seder plate or Elijah cup, or even make a Ramadan advent calendar.
  90. Create Spring Crafts. Break out the pastel paint colors. Get crafty with projects that usher in springtime. Backyard crafts, flower crafts, garden crafts and even crafts that encourage critters to come visit are just a few of the projects you and your children can create together.
  91. Sign Up for a Spring Break Camp. Camping fun isn’t just for summertime. Many of your favorite camps offer a special weeklong spring break camp. Camps are usually scheduled to coincide with the local public school system’s spring break to give kids a fun alternative to staying home all week if your family isn’t traveling. Even if you don’t take advantage of a spring break camp, springtime is perfect to get your kids signed up for summer camp before everything fills up. **Please make sure to check with the camp to ensure they are still open this week.
  92. Enjoy a Playcation. How many times have you been too busy or too tired to simply sit down with the kids and play? Have a playcation during spring break week. From sunup to sundown, you’re your children’s number one playmate this week and there are no phones, electronic gadgets, or other distractions to keep you from playing. Build forts, play dolls, or walk the plank on a cardboard pirate ship. There’s no limit to the amount of quality, imaginative play you can sneak in during spring break.
  93. Plan Your Summer Together. Take a look at your family budget before spring break and spend the time planning your summer vacation together. Involve the kids in sketching out the possible places you can go and the things you can do once you get there. Use this time to research tourism bureau websites together and figure out what interests you all the most. By the end of spring break, you will have a nice collection of places to choose from and everyone can cast a vote for where to go and activities you want to do.

Pensacola With Kids | Spring Break Camps March 16 – 20

Here is a list of Spring Break camps going on next week!  With everything going on with the Coronavirus, please make sure to check with the facility before showing up to ensure they are still open.  And if you know of any that we missed, please let us know! 
First City Art Center, Monday - Friday, 9 am - 5 pm

Each day of camp will include fun hands-on art activities. Participants will have the opportunity to explore different materials and learn new techniques. Teachers will offer projects with flexibility, allowing participants the opportunity to make self-directed artistic choices in specific mediums. Projects and guidelines are provided, but artistic freedom is encouraged!

Camps offers as single days, or full week. 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Monday: Pottery- Creating with Clay

Tuesday: Paint like Bob Ross

Wednesday: Textiles & Tie Dye

Thursday: Glass Kiln Forming

Friday: STEAM

COST:

Full Camp: $200 Members/ $250 Non-Members

1 Day Camp: $65

2 Days Camp: $120

3 Days Camp: $180
Ninja Life, Monday - Friday, 7:30 am - 5:30 pm

SPRING BREAK sign up for a week of NINJA, NINJA &NERF, PARK PLAY and more! Only $150 and 10% sibling discount.
Pipeline Sports Performance, Monday - Friday, 9 am - 1 pm

Dates: March 16-20
Cost: $200/ Drop in daily rate $50
Location: Pipeline Sports Performance- 3820 Liggett St. Pensacola, FL 32505
Time: 9am-1pm
Ages 7-14
Activities planned:
Hitting fundamentals
Throwing fundamentals
Fielding fundamentals
Speed & Agility training
Dodgeball
Whiffle ball
Please register at pipelinesportsperformance.com or contact us with any questions

Pipelinesportsperformance@gmail.com
8502325771
**CANCELED**
Pensacola Museum of Art, Monday - Friday, 9 am - 3 pm

STEAM Creative Camp

March 16-20 | 9am-3pm
Ages 5-9 & 10-14
Tuition: $165 PMA Family Members / $195 non members

Join the Pensacola Museum of Art for a week of creative STEAM-based activities! Inspired by our Spring exhibition, STEAM2020, campers will explore various materials and processes tied into science, technology, engineering, and math. Artists will explore the galleries to gather inspiration for their art projects.

Aftercare option available: $8 a day / $40 a week. Please contact Caitlyn Cooney at (850) 432-6247 to book your aftercare dates.

What to bring: Lunch, snacks, water, and a light jacket
KIDS Spring Break FLY Camp 5 to 14 years old, Vertical Pole Studio, Navarre, 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

SPRING BREAK - FLY CAMP Ages 5 to 14 years old.
Have a kid? Send them to Fly Camp where they can learn the basics of aerial arts, physical fitness, and more! No experience necessary! We will give your child top-notch instruction in a noncompetitive environment that teaches confidence, communication skills, perseverance, self determination, and pride, as well as how to be a fabulous aerialist.

Taught by professional and certified Instructors.
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Detailed Schedule:
9:15am to 9:30am Drop Off and Sign In
9:30am Fun warm-ups, conditioning and obstacle course.
10:15am Open Play/Break
10:30am Rotating activities throughout the week: Aerial Silks, Lyra, and Aerial Sling.
11:45am Break
12pm Open Practice on the Apparatus of the day.
12:15pm to 12:30pm Show Out for Parents Time
12:30pm Pick Up and Sign Out

Cost: $250/full week (Deposit of $125 will reserve your child's spot, the balance is due by March 10th) or Single Camp Day $60. SIBLINGS get a 15% discount when registering for the full week at the same time as their sibling.
Limited to 10 Campers.
NO REFUNDS or TRANSFERS

Register here: https://schedulebliss.com/aerialcircuskids/?tt=11950
**CLOSED TO WALKINS, BUT OPEN FOR CAMP**
Pensacola MESS Hall, Monday - Friday, 9 am - Noon (with a 4 pm extension available), EXTENDED FOR TWO WEEKS

Register your creative and curious young scientists for hands-on exploration through the winter break. Enjoy the theme “Science Sampler,” which will allow campers to dive into a different topic each day – from video game design, mineralogy exploration, and rocket engineering, there are a variety of subjects to experience. Grades 1 – 6
Camp is available as half day (9 AM – 12 Noon or 1 PM – 4 PM) or extended day (9 AM – 4 PM). Half day students can add a lunch hour from 12 PM – 1 PM.
Dates:
March 18-22
Per day Pricing:
Half day $20 members/ $25 non-members
Full day $40 members/ $50 non-members
Lunch hour: $6.40 member/$8 non-member
Register Today!
Looking for Summer Camp info? Click here.
**CANCELED**
Navarre Beach Marine Science Station, Monday - Friday, 8 am - Noon

SEA TURTLE SCIENCE
When: March 16 - 17
Time: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM daily
Grades: students in grades 1-3
Cost: $100 (Includes a goody bag)
Description: Strap on your flippers and get ready to discover life as a sea turtle during our mini-camp. Learn how lighting, marine debris, and beach furniture effect sea turtle nesting habits. Participate in sea turtle relays and explore the Sound. Discover what a sea turtle's favorite food is and become a turtle vet to solve the mystery of an injured turtle.
Your child will need to bring sun block, a snack (no peanut products, please), drink and water bottle, water shoes (or old tennis shoes - something that can be worn in the water), beach towel, and a change of clothes.

SHARK SCIENCE
When: March 16 - 17
Time: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM daily
Grades: students in grades 1-3
Cost: $100 (Includes a goody bag)
Description: Local, non-local, and extinct sharks; learn about their feeding habits, where they live, how powerful they are, and why you don't need to be afraid of them! Includes a shark dissection and field explorations.
Important Info: Your child will need to bring sun block, a snack (no peanut products, please), drink and water bottle, water shoes (or old tennis shoes - something that can be worn in the water), beach towel, and a change of clothes.
**CANCELED**
Play Pensacola Parks & Recreation, Monday - Friday, 7 am - 6 pm
Cobb Resource Center, 601 East Mallory Street
Fricker Resource Center, 900 North F Street
Gull Point Resource Center, 7000 Spanish Trail
Woodland Heights Resource Center, 111 Berkley Drive
Northeast YMCA at Vickrey Center, Monday - Friday, 6:30 am - 6:00 pm

While mom and dad love that idea, they also need a safe, supervised place for their kids during this extended break. For working families, the Y is here, even during the holidays. Sign up for our Spring Break Camp for those days when the kids are out of school, but the workday continues.
Other Fun Things to do During Spring Break...
Sam's Fun City
Laguna's Adventure Park

Pensacola With Kids | Weekly Round-up | March 3 – March 8

Here is the Weekly Round-UP for the next week! Please make sure to check the link before heading out as sometimes things change.

As always, if we missed an event, or got the wrong information, please message us on Facebook. We’ll correct it. If you are interested in advertising your business on our website or your summer camp, please message us as on Facebook or email us! Click Here to Email!

Start the year healthy with Dynamic Life Chiropractic

Register Your Kids for Tiger Rock Martial Arts – Taekwondo

Start your year right with a FREE workout at Regymen Fitness

Laguna’s Adventure Park OPEN from 11 am – 5 pm

Make sure to check out Pensacola Cooks Kitchen’s Class Schedule!

Sam’s Fun City Open from 11 am – 9 pm

Get your kids signed up for gymnastics at Salute Gymnastics Academy!

Monday, March 2

Tuesday, March 3

Open STEAM Lab, Downton Public Library, 10 am – 3 pm

Teen Tuesday: Virtual Reality, Xbox One X, and more Tech!, Downton Public Library, 4 pm

Tryon Tuesdays, Tryon Public Library, 4 pm

T-Shirts with STEAM, Genealogy Branch Library, 4 pm

Yoga Hour at the Library, Tryon Branch Library, 5 pm

T-Shirts with STEAM, Century Branch Library, 6 pm

Pensacola Ice Flyer’s Tip a Flyer Night, Nick’s Boathouse, 6 pm – 8 pm

Wednesday, March 4

Chamber Music Recital, Old Christ Church, Noon

Thursday, March 5

Breakerspace Electronics Thursday, Pensacola Downtown Library, 10:30 am

Wheels at the Park, Regency Park, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm

New Snowbird Session: Corals, Navarre Beach Marine Science Station, 2 pm – 3 pm

All Around Art, Pensacola Downtown Library, 6:30 pm

Jersey Boys, Saenger Theatre, 7:30 pm

Friday, March 6

STEAM for Homeschoolers, Tyron Branch Library, 11 am

RHEC Night of Nature, Roy Hyatt Environmental Center, 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Meet Mitsuhiro Arita! A Pensapreneur Kids Workshop & Demo, Pensacola Museum of Commerce, 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Josh Turner, Saenger Theatre, 7:30 pm

Saturday, March 7

43rd Annual McGuire’s St. Patty’s Day Prediction 5K, McGuire’s, 9 am

Palafox Market, Downtown Pensacola, 9 am – 2pm

2020 Spring Market at Seville Square, Downtown Pensacola, 9 am – 4 pm

WSRE PBS KIDS & Family Day, Gulfarium Marine Adventure Park, 10 am – 2 pm

Riverwalk Arts Festival, Downtown Milton, 10 am – 5 pm

Escambia County School District Job Fair, Ransom Middle School, 10 am – 1 pm

Preschool Art Time: Beaded Shamrocks, Pensacola Museum of Art, 10 am – 11 am

Ever’man Cooks Debby’s Kitchen, Ever’man Educational Center, 10 am – 11:30 am

Kid’s Easter Class, Alyssa’s, 10am – 12 pm

Crawfish for a Cause, Seville Quarter, 12 pm – 7 pm

Spring Ahead with Brunch, Harley – Davidson of Pensacola, 12 pm – 2 pm

Read to a Dog, Pensacola Downtown Library, 1:30 pm

How to Catch a Dinosaur & How to Catch a Unicorn, Barnes and Noble, 2 pm – 3:30 pm

LEGO WeDo 2.0 Robotics Club, Tyron Branch Library, 2 pm

Chess Club, Pensacola Downtown Library, 2 pm

Bike Pensacola’s March Slow Ride, Adoration for a New Beginning Church, 2:30 pm

Pensacola Ice Flyers – MARVEL Night, Pensacola Bay Center, 7:05 pm

Sunday, March 8

Sunday Funday: Make n Take Legos & IRONe Demo Track!, Harley – Davidson of Pensacola, 12 pm – 3 pm

Pensacola With Kids | Weekly Round-Up |February 7 – February 16

Here is the Weekly Round-UP for the next week! As always, if we missed an event, or got the wrong information, please message us on Facebook. We’ll correct it. And, if you are interested in advertising your business on our website for the year, please message us as well!

The First Tee Spring 2020 Golf & Life Skills is now OPEN for registration

Start the year healthy with Dynamic Life Chiropractic

Register Your Kids for Tiger Rock Martial Arts – Taekwondo

Start your year right with a FREE workout at Regymen Fitness

Premier Adventure Park OPEN from 11 am – 5 pm

Make sure to check out Pensacola Cooks Kitchen’s Class Schedule!

Sam’s Fun City Open from 11 am – 9 pm

Get your kids signed up for gymnastics at Salute Gymnastics Academy!

Friday, February 7

Kid’s Night Out, Aerial Circus Kids – Navarre, 6 pm – 9 pm

2020 Fairhope Arts & Crafts Festival Reveal, Fairhope Hampton Inn, 6-730 pm

Family Craft Night – No Sew Pillow, Pensacola MWR, 6 pm – 730 pm

Pinewood Derby Checkin & Carnival, St. Francis of Assisi Episcopal Church, 6 – 8 pm

Open Studio Night, Cantonment Mercantile, 6 pm – 830 pm

Self Love Friday, Wild Lemon, 6 pm – 8 pm

Schoolhouse Rock LIVE!, Pensacola Little Theatre, 7:30 pm

Pensacola Ice Flyers Hockey Game, Celebrate Faith Night, Pensacola Bay Center, 7:35 pm

Saturday, February 8

Schoolhouse Rock LIVE!, Pensacola Little Theatre, 7:30 pm

Bay Bluffs & Chimney Park Cleanup, 9 am – 10 am

Questioning Corner, Pensacola MESS Hall, 10 am – Noon

Emerald Coast Krewe of Airship Pirates Milton Mardi Gras Parade, Downtown Milton, 5 pm – 7 pm

Open Studio: Valentine Cards, Pensacola Museum of Art, 11:30 am – 3:30 pm

Pensacola Ice Flyers Hockey Game, MARVEL Superhero Night, Pensacola Bay Center, 7:35 pm

From Hollywood: John Williams and More presented by the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra, Pensacola Saenger Theatre, 7:30 pm

Sunday, February 9

Schoolhouse Rock LIVE!, Pensacola Little Theatre, 3:00 pm

Pensacola Ice Flyers Hockey Game, 1st Responders Appreciation Night, Pensacola Bay Center, 4:05 pm

Pensacola Record Fair, Vinyl Music Hall, Noon – 4 pm

Monday, February 10

Tuesday, February 11

Black Violin: Impossible Tour 2020, Pensacola Saenger Theatre, 8 pm

Breakfast and a Movie, Pensacola National Aviation Museum, 9 am – 11 am

Wednesday, February 12

Thursday, February 13

UWF Mardi Gras Parade, UWF Lot SP2, 5 pm

Friday, February 14

Short Attention Span Theatre 2020, Pensacola Little Theatre, 7:30 pm

Escambia Westgate Parade, Westgate School, 9:30 am

Pensacola Ice Flyers Hockey Game, Pensacola Bay Center, 7:35 pm

TESLA, Pensacola Saenger Theatre, 8:00 pm

The University of West Florida Department of Theatre presents Silent Sky by Lauren Gunderson, UWF Center for Fine & Performing Arts, 7:30 pm

Saturday, February 15

Short Attention Span Theatre 2020, Pensacola Little Theatre, 7:30 pm

The University of West Florida Department of Theatre presents Silent Sky by Lauren Gunderson, UWF Center for Fine & Performing Arts, 7:30 pm

Theatrical Stage Play Have Mercy Boulevard!, Pensacola High School Auditorium, 2:30 pm

Theatrical Stage Play Have Mercy Boulevard!, Pensacola High School Auditorium, 7:00 pm

Kids & Kritters Parade, Casino Beach Parking Lot Pensacola Beach, 2 -3 pm

Vocal Music Academy Workshops, Ages 14 and Up, Pensacola Children’s Chorus, All Day

Cats, Pensacola Saenger Theatre, 8:00 pm

Project Greenshores & Bartram Park Cleanup, Wayside Park West, 9 – 10 am

Preschool Art Time: Valentine Dough, Pensacola Museum of Art, 10 – 11 am

Pensacola Ice Flyers Hockey Game, Pensacola Bay Center, 7:05 pm

Parent’s Night Out: Art Class for Kids, Pensacola Museum of Art, 5:30 -8 pm

34th Annual Navarre Beach Mardi Gras Parade, Gulf Blvd – Navarre, 1 pm

Mardi Gras Dance Party, Hadji Shrine Temple, 7 pm

Sunday, February 16

Short Attention Span Theatre 2020, Pensacola Little Theatre, 3 pm

The University of West Florida Department of Theatre presents Silent Sky by Lauren Gunderson, UWF Center for Fine & Performing Arts, 2:30 pm

Family Sunday: Marble Paper Hearts, Pensacola Museum of Art, 1 – 4 pm

Cats, Pensacola Saenger Theatre, 1:00 pm

Cats, Pensacola Saenger Theatre, 7:00 pm

Pensacola With Kids | Weekly Round-Up | January 10 – January 18

Here is the Weekly Round-UP for the next week! As always, if we missed an event, or got the wrong information, please message us on Facebook. We’ll correct it. And, if you are interested in advertising your business on our website for the year, please message us as well!

Friday, January 10

The First Tee Spring 2020 Golf & Life Skills is now OPEN for registration

Start the year healthy with Dynamic Life Chiropractic

Parents Train Free in January, Tiger Rock Martial Arts

Start your year right with a FREE workout at Regymen Fitness

Premier Adventure Park OPEN from 11 am – 5 pm

Make sure to check out Pensacola Cooks Kitchen’s Class Schedule!

Sam’s Fun City Open from 11 am – 9 pm

Get your kids signed up for gymnastics at Salute Gymnastics Academy!

First City Lights Festival, Downtown Pensacola

YA Book Club Featuring Reverie, Barnes & Noble, 7 pm – 8 pm

Pensacola Ice Flyers Hockey Game, Pensacola Bay Center, 7:35 pm

Public Ice Skating, Pensacola Bay Center, 9:30 pm – 10:30 pm (after game)

Saturday, January 11

The First Tee Spring 2020 Golf & Life Skills is now OPEN for registration

Start the year healthy with Dynamic Life Chiropractic

Parents Train Free in January, Tiger Rock Martial Arts

Start your year right with a FREE workout at Regymen Fitness

Premier Adventure Park OPEN from 11 am – 5 pm

Make sure to check out Pensacola Cooks Kitchen’s Class Schedule!

Get your kids signed up for gymnastics at Salute Gymnastics Academy!

Kids Eat FREE at Newks all day every Saturday!

Sam’s Fun City Open from 11 am – 9 pm

First City Lights Festival, Downtown Pensacola

Pensacola Beach 10K, 5K, Half Marathon, Pensacola Beach, 7:30 am

Basketball Team Placement, The Salvation Army, 8 am – Noon

Palafox Market, Downtown Pensacola, 9 am – 2 pm

Bay Bluffs & Chimney Cleanup, 9 am – 10 am

Parent’s Day Out, The Sensory Gym, 10 am – 11 am

Questioning Corner | Air, Pensacola MESS Hall, 10 am – Noon

Star Wars Armada Tournament, TBS Comics, 10 am -. 8 pm

Art for Kids: Canvas Painting ($20), Studio South, 11 am – Noon

Open Studio: Chalk Designs, Pensacola Museum of Art, 11:30 am – 3:30 pm

All Krewe Weigh-In Party, Manna Food Pantries, 1 pm – 5 pm

Saturday Steam: Jewelry Making at Tryon Branch Library, 2 pm – 3 pm

Jeremy’s Ten: A Pearl Jam Tribute, Vinyl Music Hall, 7 pm

Pensacola Ice Flyers Hockey Game, Mardi Gras Night, Pensacola Bay Center, 7:05 pm

Pensacola Symphony Orchestra Presents: Beethoven & Blue Jeans, Pensacola Saenger Theatre, 7:30 pm

Sunday, January 12

The First Tee Spring 2020 Golf & Life Skills is now OPEN for registration

Start the year healthy with Dynamic Life Chiropractic

Parents Train Free in January, Tiger Rock Martial Arts

Start your year right with a FREE workout at Regymen Fitness

Premier Adventure Park OPEN from 11 am – 5 pm

Make sure to check out Pensacola Cooks Kitchen’s Class Schedule!

Sam’s Fun City Open from 11 am – 8 pm

Get your kids signed up for gymnastics at Salute Gymnastics Academy!

Baby & Me Storytime featuring Down by the Bay, Barnes & Noble, 11 am

First City Lights Festival, Downtown Pensacola

Community Drum Circle – Discover Your Inner Rhythm, Blues Angel Music, 1 pm – 2 pm

Public Ice Skating, Pensacola Bay Center, 1:30 pm, 3 pm, 4:30 pm

Monday, January 13

The First Tee Spring 2020 Golf & Life Skills is now OPEN for registration

Start the year healthy with Dynamic Life Chiropractic

Parents Train Free in January, Tiger Rock Martial Arts

Start your year right with a FREE workout at Regymen Fitness

Make sure to check out Pensacola Cooks Kitchen’s Class Schedule!

Sam’s Fun City Open from 11 am – 8 pm

Get your kids signed up for gymnastics at Salute Gymnastics Academy!

First City Lights Festival, Downtown Pensacola

FREE Self Defense Class (ages 16 +), Tiger Rock Martial Arts, 7:00 pm

Tuesday, January 14

The First Tee Spring 2020 Golf & Life Skills is now OPEN for registration

Start the year healthy with Dynamic Life Chiropractic

Parents Train Free in January, Tiger Rock Martial Arts

Start your year right with a FREE workout at Regymen Fitness

First City Lights Festival, Downtown Pensacola

Make sure to check out Pensacola Cooks Kitchen’s Class Schedule!

Sam’s Fun City Open from 11 am – 8 pm

Get your kids signed up for gymnastics at Salute Gymnastics Academy!

FREE Self Defense Class (ages 16 +), Tiger Rock Martial Arts, 12:00 pm

Family Game Night, Chick-Fil-A- 9 mile road, 5 pm – 7 pm

FREE Self Defense Class (ages 12-15), Tiger Rock Martial Arts, 7:00 pm

Wednesday, January 15

The First Tee Spring 2020 Golf & Life Skills is now OPEN for registration

Start the year healthy with Dynamic Life Chiropractic

Parents Train Free in January, Tiger Rock Martial Arts

Start your year right with a FREE workout at Regymen Fitness

Make sure to check out Pensacola Cooks Kitchen’s Class Schedule!

Sam’s Fun City Open from 11 am – 8 pm

Get your kids signed up for gymnastics at Salute Gymnastics Academy!

First City Lights Festival, Downtown Pensacola

ReadingPal Orientation, United Way of West Florida, 8:30 am

Winter Snowflake Painting, Barrineau Park Community Center, Milton, 3 pm

FREE Self Defense Class (ages 12-15), Tiger Rock Martial Arts, 5:00 pm

County Reflections Ceremony, Booker T. Washington High School, 6 pm – 8 pm

FREE Self Defense Class (ages 16 +), Tiger Rock Martial Arts, 7:00 pm

Waitress, Pensacola Saenger Theatre, 7:30 pm

Thursday, January 16

The First Tee Spring 2020 Golf & Life Skills is now OPEN for registration

Start the year healthy with Dynamic Life Chiropractic

Parents Train Free in January, Tiger Rock Martial Arts

Start your year right with a FREE workout at Regymen Fitness

Premier Adventure Park OPEN from 11 am – 5 pm

Make sure to check out Pensacola Cooks Kitchen’s Class Schedule!

Sam’s Fun City Open from 11 am – 8 pm

Get your kids signed up for gymnastics at Salute Gymnastics Academy!

FREE Self Defense Class (ages 16 +), Tiger Rock Martial Arts, 12:00 pm

Books with Ballplayers, Bodacious Bookstore & Cafe, 3 pm – 4 pm

Twins Winter Caravan, Pensacola Blue Wahoos Stadium, 5 pm – 7 pm

FREE Self Defense Class (ages 12-15), Tiger Rock Martial Arts, 7:00 pm

Waitress, Pensacola Saenger Theatre, 7:30 pm

Friday, January 17

The First Tee Spring 2020 Golf & Life Skills is now OPEN for registration

Start the year healthy with Dynamic Life Chiropractic

Parents Train Free in January, Tiger Rock Martial Arts

Start your year right with a FREE workout at Regymen Fitness

Premier Adventure Park OPEN from 11 am – 5 pm

Make sure to check out Pensacola Cooks Kitchen’s Class Schedule!

Sam’s Fun City Open from 11 am – 9 pm

Get your kids signed up for gymnastics at Salute Gymnastics Academy!

Harmony Parks Grand Opening, Keep Pensacola Beautiful, 3 pm – 4 pm

Gallery Night, Downtown Pensacola, 5 pm

Zarzaur Law Legal Graffiti benefiting FoodRaising Friends, Inc, Downtown Pensacola, 5 pm

Saturday, January 18

The First Tee Spring 2020 Golf & Life Skills is now OPEN for registration

Start the year healthy with Dynamic Life Chiropractic

Parents Train Free in January, Tiger Rock Martial Arts

Start your year right with a FREE workout at Regymen Fitness

Premier Adventure Park OPEN from 11 am – 5 pm

Make sure to check out Pensacola Cooks Kitchen’s Class Schedule!

Get your kids signed up for gymnastics at Salute Gymnastics Academy!

Kids Eat FREE at Newks all day every Saturday!

Sam’s Fun City Open from 11 am – 9 pm

3rd Saturday Market, 98 Treasures Saturday Market, 9 am – 2 pm

Kid’s Custom Door Hanger Class, Alyssa’s, 10 am – noon

Art for Kids: Sewing $20, STUDIO SOUTH, 10 am – 11 am

Preschool Art Time: Hot Air Balloons, Pensacola Museum of Art, 10 am – 11 am

Dance Marathon Cyclebar Fundraiser, Cyclebar, 10:30 am – 11:30 AM

Premier Adventure Park OPEN from 11 am – 5 pm

Palafox Market, Downtown Pensacola, 9 am – 2 pm

FREE Self Defense Class (ages 12-15), Tiger Rock Martial Arts, 11:30 am

FREE Self Defense Class (ages 16 +), Tiger Rock Martial Arts, 11:30 am

Public Ice Skating, Pensacola Bay Center, 1:30 pm, 3 pm, 4:30 pm

Parent’s Night Out: An Art Class for Kids | Abstract Painting, Pensacola Museum of Art, 5:30 pm – 8 pm

Pensacola With Kids | Weekly Round-Up | January 2- January 10

Thursday, January 2

The First Tee Spring 2020 Golf & Life Skills is now OPEN for registration

Start the year healthy with Dynamic Life Chiropractic

Parents Train Free in January, Tiger Rock Martial Arts

Endless Christmas at Sam’s Fun City

First City Lights Festival, Downtown Pensacola

Premier Adventure Park OPEN from 11 am – 5 pm

Bricks & Flicks – Abomidable, Downtown Library, 2 pm

Public Ice Skating, Pensacola Bay Center, 2 pm, 3:30 pm, 5 pm, 6:30 pm

Pensacola Comedy Festival, Downtown Pensacola

Friday, January 3

The First Tee Spring 2020 Golf & Life Skills is now OPEN for registration

Start the year healthy with Dynamic Life Chiropractic

Parents Train Free in January, Tiger Rock Martial Arts

Endless Christmas at Sam’s Fun City

First City Lights Festival, Downtown Pensacola

Holiday STEAM, Downtown Library, 10 am

Premier Adventure Park OPEN from 11 am – 5 pm

Public Ice Skating, Pensacola Bay Center, 2 pm, 3:30 pm, 5 pm, 6:30 pm

Pensacola Comedy Festival, Downtown Pensacola

Open Mic Night, Waterboyz Surf & Skate Shop, 6 pm

The Black Jacket Symphony: Led Zeppelin Houses of the Holy, Saenger Theatre, 8 pm

Saturday, January 4

The First Tee Spring 2020 Golf & Life Skills is now OPEN for registration

Start the year healthy with Dynamic Life Chiropractic

Parents Train Free in January, Tiger Rock Martial Arts

Endless Christmas at Sam’s Fun City

Ninja Life, UNAA Qualifier Competition, Ninja Life, 8 am

Naval Live Oaks Reservation Cleanup, 8:45 am

Parents Train Free in January, Tiger Rock Martial Arts

Palafox Market, Downtown Pensacola, 9 am – 2 pm

Winter Wonderland, The Village of Baytowne Wharf, 9 am – 1 pm

Volunteer Breakfast for Chip Simmons, Golden Corral, 9 am – 11 am

Educator Appreciation Days, Barnes & Noble, 10 am – 9 pm

2020 Spring Hiring Event at OWA, OWA in Foley, 10 am

Sign Making with STEAM, Southwest Branch Library, 10:30 am – 11:30 am

Polar Bear Plunge, Pensacola MWR, 10 am – 11:30 am

Premier Adventure Park OPEN from 11 am – 5 pm

Grumpy Monkey Storytime, Barnes & Noble, 11 am

National Spaghetti Day, Harley-Davidson of Pensacola, 12 pm – 3 pm

Little Women Celebration, Downtown Library, 2 pm – 3 pm

Pensacola Ice Flyers Hockey Game, Pensacola Bay Center, 7:05 pm

Public Ice Skating, Pensacola Bay Center, 10 pm – 11 pm (after the Game)

First City Lights Festival, Downtown Pensacola

Pensacola Comedy Festival, Downtown Pensacola

Sunday, January 5

The First Tee Spring 2020 Golf & Life Skills is now OPEN for registration

Start the year healthy with Dynamic Life Chiropractic

Parents Train Free in January, Tiger Rock Martial Arts

Endless Christmas at Sam’s Fun City

First City Lights Festival, Downtown Pensacola

Educator Appreciation Days, Barnes & Noble, 10 am – 9 pm

Premier Adventure Park OPEN from 11 am – 5 pm

Baby & Me Storytime featuring: Baby Baluga, Barnes & Noble, 11 am

Pensacola Comedy Festival, Downtown Pensacola

Monday, January 6

The First Tee Spring 2020 Golf & Life Skills is now OPEN for registration

Start the year healthy with Dynamic Life Chiropractic

Parents Train Free in January, Tiger Rock Martial Arts

First City Lights Festival, Downtown Pensacola

Center for Independent Living, Downtown Library, 3 pm – 4 pm

Auditions: Short Attention Span Theatre, Pensacola Little Theatre, 6:30 pm

Maker Meetup, Downtown Library, 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Tuesday, January 7

The First Tee Spring 2020 Golf & Life Skills is now OPEN for registration

Start the year healthy with Dynamic Life Chiropractic

Parents Train Free in January, Tiger Rock Martial Arts

Sign Making! with STEAM, Geanology Branch Library, 4 pm – 5 pm

Mini Yogi Bears, Tryon Branch Library, 4 pm – 5 pm

Sign Making! with STEAM, Century Branch Library, 6 pm – 7pm

Auditions: Short Attention Span Theatre, Pensacola Little Theatre, 6:30 pm

BN Book Club Featuring The Family Upstairs, Barnes& Noble, 7 pm – 8 pm

First City Lights Festival, Downtown Pensacola

Wednesday, January 8

The First Tee Spring 2020 Golf & Life Skills is now OPEN for registration

Start the year healthy with Dynamic Life Chiropractic

Parents Train Free in January, Tiger Rock Martial Arts

First City Lights Festival, Downtown Pensacola

2020 Spring Hiring Event at OWA, OWA in Foley, 10 am

Chair Yoga, Southwest Branch Library, 10 am – 11 am

Yoga Hour, Downtown Library, 12 pm – 1 pm

Thursday, January 9

The First Tee Spring 2020 Golf & Life Skills is now OPEN for registration

Start the year healthy with Dynamic Life Chiropractic

Parents Train Free in January, Tiger Rock Martial Arts

Premier Adventure Park OPEN from 11 am – 5 pm

First City Lights Festival, Downtown Pensacola

Family STEAM Night: Game Night, Downtown Library, 6 pm – 7 pm

Friday, January 10

The First Tee Spring 2020 Golf & Life Skills is now OPEN for registration

Start the year healthy with Dynamic Life Chiropractic

Parents Train Free in January, Tiger Rock Martial Arts

Premier Adventure Park OPEN from 11 am – 5 pm

First City Lights Festival, Downtown Pensacola

YA Book Club Featuring Reverie, Barnes & Noble, 7 pm – 8 pm

Pensacola Ice Flyers Hockey Game, Pensacola Bay Center, 7:35 pm

Public Ice Skating, Pensacola Bay Center, 9:30 pm – 10:30 pm (after game)

Pensacola With Kids | Weekly Round-up | November 26 – December 3

Tuesday, November 26

Fill the Mayflower for Manna Food Pantries, Cordova Mall, 7 am – 6 pm

SkyCamp, SkyZone, 8:30 am – 3 pm

Family Game Days, Pensacola Children’s Museum, 10 am – 3:30 pm

Goofy Golf Amusement Center Open, 10 am – 7 pm

Premier Adventure Park Open, Pensacola Beach, 12 pm – 7 pm

Cake Decorating Class, Smallcakes, 6 p – 7 pm

Wednesday, November 27

SkyCamp, SkyZone, 8:30 am

Family Game Days, Pensacola Children’s Museum, 10 am – 3:30 pm

Goofy Golf Amusement Center Open, 10 am – 7 pm

Premier Adventure Park Open, Pensacola Beach, 12 pm – 7 pm

Pensacola Ice Flyers Game, Pensacola Bay Center, 6:35 pm

After Game Public Skating, Pensacola Bay Center, 9 pm – 10 pm

Thursday, November 28

Turkey Trot, Pensacola Beach, 8 am

Pensacola Turkey Trot, Downtown Pensacola, 8 am

49th Annual Poarch Creek Indian Thanksgiving POW WOW, Atmore, AL, 10 am – 8 pm

Friday, November 29

2019 Toys for Tots Drive, Gulf Breeze Zoo, 9 am – 3 pm 50% off admission with a donation

49th Annual Poarch Creek Indian Thanksgiving POW WOW, Atmore, AL, 10 am – 8 pm

Goofy Golf Amusement Center Open, 10 am – 9 pm

Premier Adventure Park Open, Pensacola Beach, 11 am – 7 pm

Elf Parade, 4:45 pm – 5 pm, Lineup and Judging at the old Escambia County Courthouse, Winterfest

Letters to Santa, Winterfest

Visit Santa Downtown, Winterfest

Reindeer Games, Winterfest

First City Lights Festival Lighting Ceremony, 5 pm, Downtown Pensacola

Winterfest Scavenger Hunt, Downtown Pensacola, 5 pm – 8 pm

Winterfest Performance Tour, Downtown Pensacola

Saturday, November 30

Palafox Market, Downtown Pensacola, 9 am – 2 pm

Alpacas & Small Business Saturday, Humming Star Alpaca Farm, 10a – 3 pm

Santa Visit, NAS Navy Exchange, 10:30 am

Goofy Golf Amusement Center Open, 10 am – 9 pm

Grinch in the Garden, The Ground Up Community Garden, 11 am – 2 pm

Premier Adventure Park Open, Pensacola Beach, 11 am – 7 pm

Storytime featuring Cookies for Santa, Barnes & Noble, 11 AM

Arcadia Kids’ Crafts, 11 am – 2 pm, Arcadia Mill, Milton

Winterfest Scavenger Hunt, Downtown Pensacola, 1 ppm – 8 pm

Pubic Ice Skating, Pensacola Bay Center, 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Public Ice Skating, Pensacola Bay Center, 3 pm – 4 pm

Public Ice Skating, Pensacola Bay Center, 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Letters to Santa, Winterfest

Visit Santa Downtown, Winterfest

Reindeer Games, Winterfest

Winterfest Performance Tour, Downtown Pensacola

Sunday, December 1

FREE Yoga, Community Maritime Park, 10 am

Christmas at OWA, OWA in Foley, 11 am

Premier Adventure Park Open, Pensacola Beach, 11 am – 7 pm

Winterfest Scavenger Hunt, Downtown Pensacola, 11 am – 3 pm

Museum Store Sunday, Historic Pensacola, 12 pm – 4 pm

Goofy Golf Amusement Center Open, 1 pm – 5 pm

Pubic Ice Skating, Pensacola Bay Center, 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Public Ice Skating, Pensacola Bay Center, 3 pm – 4 pm

Public Ice Skating, Pensacola Bay Center, 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Letters to Santa, Winterfest

Visit Santa Downtown, Winterfest

Reindeer Games, Winterfest

Monday, December 2

Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, 7 pm, Pensacola Saeger Theatre

Goofy Golf Amusement Center Open, 10 am – 7 pm

Premier Adventure Park Open, Pensacola Beach, 12 pm – 7 pm

Tuesday, December 3

Goofy Golf Amusement Center Open, 10 am – 7 pm

Premier Adventure Park Open, Pensacola Beach, 12 pm – 7 pm

Weekly Round-Up November 12 – 19

Weekly roundup, Pensacola With Kids, November 12- 19, 2019
Here is the Weekly Roundup for November 12 – 19. If you know of any events that we may have missed, or need to update the information posted, please send us a message on our Facebook page. You can also check the event listing on our Facebook page as we try to add all the events that we find. If you are interested in advertising or doing any giveaways, please message us as well! Have a fun week and stay WARM!

Tuesday, November 12

Pensacola Little Theatre Auditions for Schoolhouse Rock LIVE, 6:30 pm, Pensacola Little Theatre

Santa at Cordova Mall, 11 am – 8 pm

Scenic Heights Elementary PTA Fall Fundraiser, All Day, The Butcher Shoppe

Wednesday, November 13

Scenic Heights Elementary PTA Fall Fundraiser, All Day, The Butcher Shoppe

Escambia County All County Band Concert, 7 pm, Saenger Theatre

Santa at Cordova Mall, 11 am – 8 pm

Thursday, November 14

Scenic Heights Elementary PTA Fall Fundraiser, All Day, The Butcher Shoppe

Santa at Cordova Mall, 11 am – 8 pm

Chrisoula’s Cheesecake Holiday Open House, 4 pm – 6 pm, Chrisoula’s Cheesecake Shoppe & Cafe

Hungry for Justice, 4:30 pm – 6 pm, Cobb Community Center

Woodland Heights Center Open House, 5 pm – 7 pm, Woodland Heights Neighborhood Resource Center

Science Hour, 6 pm – 7 pm, Escambia County Central Office Complex

Movies Under the Stars: A Love Song for Bobby Long, 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm, From the Ground Up Community Garden

Tom Segura: Take It Down Tour, 7:30 pm , Saenger Theatre

Citizen Input on Appointed Superintendent Community Forum, 7:30 pm, Saenger Theatre

Friday, November 15

Scenic Heights Elementary PTA Fall Fundraiser, All Day, The Butcher Shoppe

Food Box Giveaway, 9 am, Bethel AME Church Pensacola

Santa at Cordova Mall, 10 am – 8 pm

Santa at Cordova Mall, 10 am – 8 pm

Mom’s Night Out, 3:30 pm – 7:30 pm, First City Arts Center

Pensacola Museum of Art’s Art Academy for Autism; Adult, 4 – 5:30 pm, Pensacola Museum of Art

Gallery Night, 5 pm – 9 pm, Downtown Pensacola

Winterfest Scavenger Hunt, 5 pm, Downtown Pensacola

Sunday’s Child Membership Drive, 5:30 pm – 8 pm, Manna Food Pantries

Meet Santa Downtown (Winterfest Event), 6 pm, Downtown Pensacola

Gulf South Conference Men’s and Women’s Soccer Championships, Ashton Brosnaham Park

Saturday, November 16

Scenic Heights Elementary PTA Fall Fundraiser, All Day, The Butcher Shoppe

Heron Trot 5K Run/Walk, 6 am – 10 am, Friends of Pensacola State Parks (Perdido)

Pancakes with Santa, benefitting Gulf Coast Kid’s House, 8 am – 10:30 am, Gulf Coast Kid’s House

Palafox Market, 9 am – 2 pm, Downtown Pensacola

Turkey Trot 5K, 9 am – Noon, Corry Station Family Fitness Center

Alyssa’s Holiday Market, 9 am – 3 pm, Alyssa’s

Santa Sessions Benefitting the Ronald McDonald House, 9 am – 5 pm, Wave Photo by Aislinn Kate

Holiday Market, 9 am – 4 pm, St. Mark’s United Methodist

Pensacola Mini Maker Faire, 10 am – 4 pm, Downtown Pensacola

Holiday Open House, 10 am – 5 pm, Antiques & More Flea Market

Preschool Art Time: Corn on the Collage, 10 am – 11 am, Pensacola Museum of Art

Pensacola Maker Faire, 10 am – 4 pm, UWF Historic Pensacola

Santa at Cordova Mall, 10 am – 8 pm

Harmony Parks Grand Opening, 1030 am – 1130 am, Keep Pensacola Beautiful

Jack Frost vs. The Abominable Snowman Storytime, 11 am, Barnes & Noble

Grand Opening & Fall Festival, 11 am, Adonna’s Bakery

Putts for Mutts benefitting the Friends of the Escambia County Animal Shelter, 11 am – 3 pm, Goofy Golf of Pensacola (Supply Drive & Adoption Event

The HER Foundation Ribbon Cutting, 11 am – 3 pm, The HER Foundation

2019 BTWHS Band Christmas Market, 11 am – 3 pm, Booker T. Washington High School

Fall Fest 2019, 11 am – 4 pm, Shoreline Park (Gulf Breeze)

Pensacola Museum of Art’s Art Academy for Autism: Youth, 11:30 am – 1 pm ages 5 – 9

Pensacola Museum of Art’s Art Academy for Autism: Youth, 1:30 pm – 3 pm ages 10 – 14

Bikes Pensacola November Slow Ride, 2:30 – 4 pm, Gulf Coast Kid’s House

Annual Dog Walk/Run, 3 pm – 5 pm, Sunset Grille

University of West Florida Football Game, UWF vs. West Alabama, 4 pm, Blue Wahoos Stadium

Parent’s Night Out: An Art Class for Kids, 5:30 pm – 8 pm, Pensacola Museum of Art

Meet Emily Ley Signing her New Book “When Less Becomes More”, 6 pm – 8 pm, Bodacious Bookstore & Cafe

Pensacola Ice Flyers vs Quad City Storm, 7:05 pm, Pensacola Bay Center

Sunday, November 17

Scenic Heights Elementary PTA Fall Fundraiser, All Day, The Butcher Shoppe

Grand Opening & Fall Festival, 11 am, Adonna’s Bakery

Santa at Cordova Mall, 12 pm – 6 pm

Latino Festival, 12 pm – 8 pm, Museum Plaza

Family Sunday at Pensacola Museum of Art: Cuddly Couture, 1 pm – 4 pm, Pensacola Museum of Art

Pensacola Ice Flyers vs Quad City Storm, 4:05 pm, Pensacola Bay Center

Miracle on Palafox, 5 pm – 9 pm, Saenger Theatre

Monday, November 18

Scenic Heights Elementary PTA Fall Fundraiser, All Day, The Butcher Shoppe

Santa at Cordova Mall, 11 am – 8 pm

Story Seedlings, 2:45 pm – 4 pm, Ever’man Educational Center

Tuesday, November 19

Scenic Heights Elementary PTA Fall Fundraiser, All Day, The Butcher Shoppe

Santa at Cordova Mall, 11 am – 8 pm