Morton and Barbara Mandel Recreation Center

Mandel front-compressed for webThe Mandel Recreation Center, located in Seaview Park, is a 17,000-sq-ft. facility funded by a partnership between the Morton and Barbara Mandel Family Foundation, the Friends of Recreation and the Town of Palm Beach. The Mandel marks the beginning of an exciting new era in health, wellness, recreation, education and fitness facilities.

Hours of Operation

Saturday & Sunday
May 1 - October 31
8:00 am - 7:00 pm9:30 am - 5:00 pm
November 1 - April 30
8:00 am - 8:00 pm9:30 am - 6:00 pm

A variety of youth and adult classes, programs and special events are held at the Rec Update Spring 2024_Page_01 Mandel including wellness, art, language, exercise, technology, sports, preschool programs, after school program, camps and holiday workshops.  The SPRING 2024 Session begins the week of March 25, unless noted otherwise.  click on the corresponding program pages for more information and to register. 

Space is limited. Pre-registration is required for all programs and may be done in person at 340 Seaview Avenue, over the phone, (561) 838-5485 or online by clicking the "Online Registration" link to the left.

All fees must be paid at the time of registration. Programs are subject to change. 

The Town of Palm Beach Does NOT provide participant insurance.

Refund/Transfer Policy: All Recreation Center refunds requests are subject to a $15 processing fee, are prorated and no refunds will be issued after the second meeting of any activity. A $10 fee will be assessed for all transfers, and no transfers will be issued after the second meeting of any activity.

Prorating: Classes may be prorated up to the mid-point of each program if registering after the class has begun. Once the mid-point of the class is reached, 50% of the class fee will be charged.

Sec. 74-2. - Seaview Park; animals prohibited.
No person shall bring into, or be responsible for bringing into, or allowing to remain upon the grounds of Seaview Park, any dogs, cats or other animals belonging to that person or in that person's possession, custody or control, whether leashed or unleashed, unless the animal is a service animal used to provide assistance to an individual with a disability or in the event the animal is part of an approved town recreation department program or event.(Ord. No. 12-96, § 1, 10-8-96)

We strive to bring the best possible experience to our residents and guests. Please don't hesitate to notify the office, 561-838-5485, of any concerns or suggestions. If you or anyone you know would like to teach a program at the Mandel, please email your information and program details to the Recreation Center with subject: NEW PROGRAM.