September 2015

There are 44 blog entries for September 2015.

Wide water views and a charming atmosphere crate the perfect place to call home in Tequesta, Florida. Tequesta is an incorporated village found just north of Jupiter. It is a cozy area covering just over 2 square miles and Tequesta features a small population making it very intimate and private. Though Tequesta is small it packs a punch! You will love the local restaurants, with some of the best tropical cuisine in the state. Adorable shops are dotted throughout the village offering specialty shops for boating, fishing, clothing and food. The privacy and serenity Tequesta has to offer are some of the characteristics that make its homes so desirable. 

The Loxahatchee River winds throughout parts of Tequesta offering ideal waterfront real estate.

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Photo Credit: Steve Cripe


Summer time in South Florida is completed and that means say farewell to the nearly flat days. This past week has brought a surprisingly long ride of export-quality surf, Florida flawlessness!

Beyond the warm peninsula, South Florida has cultivated a foaming surf community and some of the world’s best riders have learned to surf here. Jupiter, Florida surf rider, Jensen Callaway always gets pumped up to ride the fall and winter waves! Florida is open to all sorts of swell that is generated, but sometimes the waves are too close to shore for any longer lasting, super clean swelling events to occur. But when they do, the surf community is jumping all over it!

As of lately, South Florida has had a run of making waves this

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Fall is finally here which means a number of things; the holidays are right around the corner, the weather is great and October is ‘Breast Cancer Awareness Month.’ During the month of October the nation embraces the affected, the survivors and those who have been touched by the breast cancer.  People across America join in on the fight for the cure, with local fundraisers and events that bring in millions of dollars to aid in the research of breast cancer and a cure. 
 

Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women, second only to skin cancer. This year the U.S. will see about 226,870 new cases of invasive breast cancer in women, about 63,300 new cases of carcinoma in situ (CIS) will be found (CIS is non-invasive and is the earliest form of

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Florida’s first ever: Dads take your child to School Day

When families are engaged in a child’s learning experience students achieve more, further research suggests that when a father figure are involved in their education, students perform better academically have fewer behavioral and discipline problems and are also more responsible.

That is why South Florida is participating in the inaugural day: Dads Take your child to School Day which is on Wednesday, September 30, 2015. On this day, Florida’s Elementary Schools are encouraged to invite all fathers, step dads, Grandfathers, Uncles, Foster parent, big brothers or any other significant male role models to take your child to school and participate in brief, yet meaningful activities. The Florida

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It is time for a Girls’ Night Out and what better way to spend at the mall with some of the participating Bluewater Babes!

On Wednesday, September 30th come to The Gardens Mall in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida to pick up your bucket and party passes to one of the biggest female angler events around town, Bluewater Babes Fish for a Cure.

“Bluewater Babes now provides direct support to those in need through its "Out of the Blue" financial assistance fund. Proceeds from both the annual Fish for a Cure events and ongoing fundraising efforts will increase and extend Bluewater Babes' reach to provide help for those in need in our own community. Please visit Bluewaterbabes.org for more info.
Bluewater Babes is a 501(c)3”

To kick off the Breast Cancer

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Ahoy, matey! Pirates and mermaids are taking over downtown Boynton Beach! On Saturday, October 24th and Sunday, October 25th, the 4th annual Boynton Beach Haunted Pirate Fest and Mermaid Splash will take place. East Ocean Avenue will turn into a pirate haven with entertainment and activities for all ages!

This two day event is free and takes place from 11am to 9pm on Saturday and 11am to 7pm on Sunday. Enjoy live music, comedians, pirate re-enactments, magic shows, stunt shows and more! There will be a bounce house, a live mermaid tank, interactive pirate ships, rock climbing and many more kid-friendly activities. But beware of the pirates! Captain Jack is known to be walking the streets of downtown Boynton Beach this weekend.

On Saturday, the

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The beautiful and mesmerizing gardens at the Mounts Botanical Gardens in West Palm Beach can be duplicated in your own backyard. Mounts and its staff of botanical and gardening professionals are offering a series of classes exploring the basics of horticulture and garden design. The classes being offered are called the Design and Creating the Home Landscape” series. The classes are set for three Saturdays, October 3rd, 10th and 17th from 9 am to 1 pm in the auditorium. 

The leader of the classes will be horticulture expert, Laura McLeod. McLeod is a certified landscape designer and a skilled individual in the field of viticulture. She will teach the basics of design and each step of the growing process. Attendees will have the luxury of going out into

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Alumni Association of Palm Beach Atlantic University will be hosting its 28th Annual Golf Tournament and Auction on October 3, 2015 at the PGA National Resort & Spa in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.

Palm Beach Atlantic University (PBA) is a private and independent University that offers undergraduate and professional degrees in Orlando, Wellington and West Palm Beach, Florida as well as online classes.

The golfing event is open to all, and is focused on raising currency for the Alumni Association Scholarship Fund. The golf tournament will start at 7 a.m. with a breakfast followed by the start of the tournament at 8:15 a.m.on both the Champion and Squire courses. Excitement will start the tournament by a Helicopter Ball Drop and a shotgun start at

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Infant Swimming Resource, ISR is an outstanding and safe provider with its Self-Rescue® program.

In South Florida, water surrounds the vast and tropical area, so safety precautions are very important and learning how to swim and float is a big key survival skill. ISR goes beyond the typical and traditional swim training; the network of certified instructors teach lessons for children from ages of 6 months to 6 years of age to reduce their risk of future harm by demonstrating on how to survive in the water and how to save themselves if they were to end up in the water alone.

Children safety is the number one priority and each lesson is tailored based on the child’s specific needs. Every child is different and continual assessments and monitoring

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The Red Reef Park offers 67 acres of pristine, oceanfront preserve right in the heart of Boca Raton, Florida. The park offers residents and guests a breath of fresh air! There are no high-rises along the Red Reef beaches, so you really feel like you’re back to basics.

Things To Do In Red Reef Park

  • Snorkeling: You won’t need a boat to get out to the reefs! Beautiful, tropical reefs are abundant here in Red Reef Park and you can swim to them from the beach! These rock and reef outcroppings are teaming with vibrant reef fish, sea fans, corals, turtles, eels and even dolphins.
  • Swimming: Lifeguards are on duty year round at Red Reef from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm so you know you swim safely.
  • Fishing: One of the most popular pastimes at the park is
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