A girl and boy holding a kite "City of Palm Beach Gardens Recreation Programs and Events April 2017"

Following is just a sampling of the many recreation programs and events taking place
at the City of Palm Beach Gardens:


Shoppers buying fruits and vegetables that are displayed on tables.

The Gardens GreenMarket 
sponsored in good health by
Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center

Sundays, April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30  | 8am - 1pm
City Hall Municipal Complex, 10500 N. Military Trail

We invite you to enjoy fresh produce, local artisan food and live music. With over 150 vendors, you’re bound to find something you like! The live bands for this month are Double Vision, Blatant Disregard, Regi & Kim, Tim Cook, and Alan Kan. More Information

Children hunting for plastic eggs on a baseball field

Egg Extravaganza 

Saturday, April 8  |  Egg Hunt begins at 9am
Gardens Park, 4301 Burns Road

This complimentary event includes an egg hunt, visit from the bunny, and a Bunny Boo-Boo Station! Don’t forget your stuffed animal, basket and camera to capture all the excitement. Breakfast items will be available for purchase from Chick-fil-A Northlake Boulevard. More Information

A watercolor painting entitled, "Checking The Scores 1920"

GardensArt presents
“Happy Hour & Then Some…”
Watercolor paintings by Robin Lee Makowski 

April 24 - May 25, 2017  |  Monday-Friday,  8am-5pm 
City Hall Lobby, 10500 N. Military Trail

This solo exhibition focuses on nature for Makowski’s subjects, but is inspired by anything “with dramatic light and lots of color.” Working exclusively from her own original concepts, she captures nuance and personality in all of her work. Robin has received many honors for her artistic merit. Her work has been featured on the annual posters for several prominent art festivals, and she has received countless awards in juried shows and art festivals.  More Information


For a full, detailed listing of classes, programs and events, please visit our website at www.pbgrec.com.  

A group of campers and two counselors sitting on benches at Jonathan Dickinson State Park

Camp Gardens 2017 Registration

Summer will be here before you know it! Make arrangements now to keep your kids active and entertained. Register online and in person. Play-away payment plan options are still available. Download or pick up a copy of the Camp Gardens newsletter that has a full listing of summer camps for ages 4-17 including sports, aquatics, classic day camp, art/dance/theatre, science and much more. More information

Seeking Sponsors

Looking for a valuable marketing opportunity for your business? The Palm Beach Gardens Recreation Division offers levels and opportunities to meet your marketing needs. From logo presence on banners or t-shirts to social media to onsite presence at events, we will work with you to give you the most exposure for your dollar. Please contact Christy Wolnewitz at cwolnewitz@pbgfl.com or 561-630-1107 to learn more about our sponsorship packages.

GFWC Palm Beach Gardens Woman's Club

Wednesday, April 19  |  7pm
Lakeside Center, 10410 N. Military Trail

Join the Palm Beach Gardens Woman's Club on Wednesday, April 19th, for a program that will honor Past Presidents, Volunteering and the YWCA. Goodies to enjoy will follow. Contact Ronnye Sands, 2nd Vice President for Membership, at 561-622-3751 for additional information. Follow on the web at www.pbgwomansclub.org


Young boys and girls playing on playground equipment

School's Out Days

Our last School’s Out Day for the 2016-17 school year for ages K-8th grade is on Friday, April 14 from 7:30am-6pm at Burns Rd Rec Center. Sign your child up for a fun day with friends filled with lots of entertaining activities, games, sports, arts & crafts and more. If your child is more sports-oriented, we also have our School’s Out for Sports day that takes place at the Mirasol Recreation Center for K-8th graders, also from 7:30am-6pm. Res/NR: $40/$50 per day. Register online or in person. More Information


We still have some openings in our Ballet/Tumble class on Wednesdays from 4:15-5pm for ages 3.5-6 years old. This is not a recital class; just a fun beginner dance class that teaches basic ballet positions and fundamental exercises. Class just started this week and runs through May 24, so you can still join in at a pro-rated fee! More Information

A variety of wire art projects


Saturdays, April 29-May 20 for ages 8-13. This is a great new art class for kids that includes working with wire, beads and other elements to make crafty creations. Many projects will be inspired by ‘Streetwires’, an organization of artisans in Cape Town, South Africa, that create and design unique beaded sculpture. All supplies are included. Class time is 10:30am-Noon. Resident/Non-resident Fee: $60/$75. More Information


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AARP Driver Safety Class

The AARP program provides drivers 55 and over with a basic review of driving rules, covers new laws and teaches great driving tips. To register for the next AARP Driving Class which takes place on Wednesday, April 5 from 9am-3pm at the Burns Rd Rec Center, call 561-630-1100; a check made payable to AARP must be brought to the instructor on the first day of the class. Bring your valid AARP card to receive a discount. Florida residents can expect a rebate on their insurance. AARP Member: $15/ Non-member $20


Join the 55 and over PBG Adult/Seniors Club for only $25 per year for residents/$50 per year non-residents. Membership includes weekly activities and some special events.

Two women putting donated food into a basket

Happy Feet & Hungry Minds Food Drive

The Palm Beach Gardens Adult/Seniors Club continues its food drive to benefit students at Grove Park Elementary School. Hunger is a year-round issue, not just at the holidays. Please consider donating a few non-perishable food items for those families that struggle to put food on the table. Donations accepted at Burns Road Recreation Center, 4404 Burns Road, or the Lakeside Center, 10410 North Military Trail. Please call 561-630-1100 for hours of operation.


5110 117th Court North, PBG 33418
pbgrec.com/tennis     561.775.8277

Girls & Boys Class 1-A High School District 12 Tennis Tournament

Tuesday/Wednesday, April 4-5 at the PBG Tennis Center - Hosted by the Benjamin School, whose facilities were damaged in the January 23 tornado, this event is the first step for teams and players toward regional and state play. Singles and doubles will be contested. Matches start at 10:30am each day. Spectators are welcome at no charge.

A teenage girl hitting a tennis ball with a tennis racket.

USTA-Sanctioned “Welcome Back” BG(18-16) Singles & Doubles Tournament

Saturday/Sunday, April 8-10 – Players up to age 19 with high-level skills may enroll online for this spring tournament.  You are invited to enter if qualified, or just come to watch some great tennis at the Palm Beach Gardens Tennis Center, 5110 117th Court North.


4404 Burns Road, PBG 33410
pbgrec.com/aquatics     561.630.1100

Aquatic Complex Hours

From now through May 27, the main pool with diving board, slide and rock wall is open on Saturdays from 11am-5pm, and the Spray Pad is open on Tuesdays from 10am-noon, Thursdays from 3-5pm and Saturdays from 11am-5pm. The lap pool is open every day except Sunday at various hours. Please click here for the complete schedule, including water aerobics classes, swim team and more. Entry Fees & More Information

A female instructor teaching a little boy swim lessons

Learn to Swim Program

The learn to swim program provides swim lessons for all levels and ages starting at 6 months old. The next session of group lessons will be held on Monday and Wednesday evenings from April 17-May 3, and Saturday mornings from April 1-May 6.  Res/NR Fee: $60/$75. Register online or in person. For more information, please visit our website or call 630-1100.

Contact Us

City of Palm Beach Gardens
Recreation Division
4404 Burns Road, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

www.pbgrec.com      recinfo@pbgfl.com      561-630-1100

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