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School’s out. Thinking of going on a summer vacation? Need some ideas to keep the kids busy and happy? Why not spend a day in Delray? We’ve done the planning for you. 10:00 am – Stop by the Sandoway House to see live shark feedings! Celebrate Shark Months at the Sandoway House Nature Center from June 30th – September 30th. 100 genuine shark and ray jaws. Free fossil dig to find a shark tooth. Take a photo in a giant megalodon jaw! Live shark feedings take place all year long from Tuesday-Saturday at 10:30am. Admission $4 ages 3 and up. Sandoway House Nature Center: 142 S. Ocean Blvd, Delray Beach 561 274 7263 • www.sandowayhouse.org
Noon – Have lunch and spend the afternoon on the beach. There are several great restaurants located right on A1A or turn the corner on Atlantic Avenue to find cafes, bistros and sandwich shops. There are plenty of stores whether you want gifts or fashion. Beach chairs and umbrellas are available for rent on the beach near A1A and Atlantic Avenue. Simply sit down and the person on duty will approach you with rental info. For more information about the beach see www.mydelraybeach.com under Parks and Recreation. 2:00 pm – Snorkel the wreck of the S.S. Inchulva in only 20 ft. of water. Delray Beach Watersports has all the gear you’ll need to snorkel the wreck of the S.S. Inchulva located right off Delray Beach in 20 ft. of water. The S.S. Inchulva sank in a hurricane in 1903. What remains is a great marine life attractor, and large tarpon can be seen there. Delray Beach Watersports: On the beach near the Seagate Hotel Beach Club at Casuarina Road 561 279 000 www.delraybeachwatersports.com