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Spend Your Summer In Hollywood

March 28, 2024

The City of Hollywood is the place to be for summer fun with a variety of camps that appeal to every child’s interest and fit every parent’s pocketbook. Maximize Out of School Time (M.O.S.T.) Camps are Grant Funded by the Children Services Council of Broward County and open to all Broward County Residents. This camp is designed to provide a fun supervised environment that helps improve the participant’s academic performance, provides social skills development, daily physical fitness opportunities, and skills to teach children how to work together while conducting community service learning projects.

Activities include emphasis on Reading, Math and Science, Swimming, Arts & Crafts, weekly themes, Sports, games, group activities, and field trips. M.O.S.T. Camp runs from June 17th through August 9th at Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Washington Park, McNicol and Kay Gaither Community Centers in Hollywood. Camp Fees are based on a sliding fee scale with income verification.

For those who like the outdoors, kids can spend their summer at Hollywood’s popular Science, Education and Adventure (S.E.A.) Camp at the Hollywood Beach Culture & Community Center. S.E.A. Camp offers a classroom without walls with a focus on Marine Life and Natural Sciences. Campers will explore our Beach Areas, Marshes, and other Natural Areas of interest, and learn about fascinating creatures, Natural Habitats, Ecosystems and Environmental Issues. S.E.A. Camp Sessions are 3 weeks, beginning on June 17th.

Field trips, indoor and outdoor fun and games, arts & crafts, special performances, and events happen all summer long at the Driftwood Community Center Summer Camp operated by Sunshine Child Programs. Weekly sessions start June 12th and run through August 11th.

Children ages 8 to 17 can learn all about Ocean and Beach Safety at the Hollywood Fire Rescue and Beach Safety Junior Lifeguard Program. Campers learn Life Saving Techniques, Rescue Board and Ocean Kayak Skills, Ecology, First Aid and have a chance to compete in Ocean Lifeguard Events.

For more information on City of Hollywood summer programs, visit: Or call: (954) 921-3404.

Cloudy With A Chance Of MARSHMALLOWS!
Let’s Try This Again! Celebrate the season at the Spring Marshmallow Drop on Saturday, March 30th from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Boulevard Heights Community Center, 6770 Garfield Street, Hollywood, Florida 33024.

This fun-filled family event for children ages 10 and under begins with an open house featuring a photo opportunity with the Easter Bunny, music, games and bounce houses.

At 3:00 p.m., baskets will be provided for the Annual Egg Hunt for children ages 3 to 6. At 3:30 p.m., kids ages 7 to 10 will line up to watch more than 30,000 marshmallows drop from the sky. Youngsters will gather the sweet treats and turn them in for Prizes like Bicycles and Gift Baskets. Kids should bring a basket or bag to collect marshmallows.

Food and drinks will be available for purchase throughout the day. Adult supervision is required for all children.

The City of Hollywood’s Spring Marshmallow Drop is presented by the Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts. For additional event information please call the Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts at: (954) 967-4235. Or email:

RSVP is required at:

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