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The Palm Beach County Cultural Council wants parents to check out its updated online Summer Activities Guide for information about camps and summer programs at 58 arts and cultural organizations.

People who view the Web site will have chances to randomly win $6,395 in scholarships and memberships from 16 organizations.

After taking a survey about education through April 10, visitors to www.palmbeachculture.com automatically will qualify to win one of the prizes, according to a school district news release.

The offerings include a week of camp at the Boynton Beach Art Center, valued at $100, and a $275 membership to the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, west of Delray Beach. Winners will be selected April 15.

Here’s a selection of water parks at a variety of Florida destinations where you can cool off during your next trip. Tickets to most of the parks include just admission; others, like Discovery Cove, include food and beverages as well. Always check with the park to see if there are packages and specials, such as Florida Residents discounts, available when you plan to visit. Some parks are open year-round, others just for spring and summer, so check hours of operation at each park’s Web site before plunging into trip plans.

Daytona Beach — The Daytona Lagoon Water Park has more than one million gallons of H2O running through it. Among the highlights are thri lling experiences like Blackbeard’s Revenge with a 62-foot tower and a slide that you ride on a tube through a winding, dark tunnel. Other attractions include a lazy river tube ride, 500,000-gallon wave pool, and Castaway Bay with four slides, climbing nets, nozzles, and a water-dumping bucket to delight the kids. Tickets are $27.99 for adults; $19.99 for Florida residents and $19.99 for juniors (under 48-inches tall). Visit www.daytonalagoon.com.

Jacksonville Beach — Adventure Landing Shipwreck Island Water Park offers a three-story Pirate Play Village with a dozen slides, multiple nozzles, and waterfalls; three thrill rides including a Hydro Half Pipe (like a skater’s half pipe, but wet) with a 35-foot ver tical drop; a lazy river tube ride; a 500,000-gallon wave pool with three-four-foot waves and more. Admission is $27.99 for adults; $22.99 for children under 42-inches tall. The park has additional locations in Jacksonville and St. Augustine.

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