April 2016

There are 58 blog entries for April 2016.


If you live in south Florida you have probably owned, tried or at least seen a stand up paddleboard! Stand Up Paddle Boarding or is an activity Floridians have loved for years. Recently its become even bigger and has gained tremendous interest from Jupiter locals for a workout, leisure or new way to explore the area. If water, sun and adventure are in your vocabulary, you have to try standup paddle boarding at Jupiter Pointe Paddling at the Jupiter Pointe Club and Marina. They have an incredible variety of classes and events offered on a paddleboard.

The paddling packages and tours that are offered at Jupiter Pointe Paddling are amazing! You can do anything from guided tours to yoga classes on the stand up boards.

WHATS OFFERED: 

Island Tours-

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Every Monday morning at 10:30am you can join the experienced and educated staff members of the Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach to discover just how “alive” our beaches are. 

“Living Beaches” tours are interactive tours that take guests out into the seaside environment to get up close and personal with our beaches. The staff will give an enlightening presentation along with a guided beach expedition to explore and study the life in our beaches here in Jupiter. The course is an hour long and discusses what type of animal and plant life resides at the beach. Also, how they work together in the different ecosystems to create a sustainable life that has been around for centuries. Guests will see an abundance of the coastal organisms that live at

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The City of Riviera Beach and the West Palm Beach Fishing Club (WPBFC) will host the 14th annual Palm Beach County KDW Classic on Saturday, June 4th, at the Riviera Beach Marina.

Their goal is to produce a fun and moderately priced family fishing tournament that promotes the local marine and fishing industry, and benefits the marine conservation and educational efforts of the WPBFC and its charitable affiliate, the Palm Beach County Fishing Foundation (PBCFF). The PBCFF’s annual Kid’s Fishing Day for underprivileged youth and Rods & Reels for Kids are two programs that benefit from tournament proceeds. The WPBFC and PBCFF have been advocates on marine conservation and public access issues and actively support the marine habitat enhancement.

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If you are a Green Market enthusiast, take a trip to the Gardens Green Makret this Sunday as it will be the last one of the season. As the spring season ends, the Palm Beach Gardens Green Market will make a move to a different location to gear up for summer! 

The Palm Beach Gardens Green Market has a big following. Each weekend thousands of locals attend the market to peruse all of the special goods it has to offer. the market stretches through out the City Hall Municipal Complex to offer a vast variety of artisan products, foods and flowers to its guests. You will see a rainbow of organic and locally grown fruits and vegetables, sample delicious homemade dishes both hot and cold like fresh pasta, gelatos, locally sourced honey and more. amazing hand

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Surely, it is no surprise that Florida has stunning beaches and resorts with over 47 miles of pristine, white beaches. In the scuffle between East Coast and West Coast Florida beaches, the Travel Channel was able to discern through four weeks of voting which coast reigned supreme.  The sparkling blue waters of the Atlantic Coast had an impressive 5 of the top beaches in Florida being on the East Coast and the Gulf Coast (West Coast of Florida) had a notable showing with the other 5 of the ten.

The Travel Channel is a place for “consumers to experience content that gives them access to the world, shared human connections, and engaging talent who celebrate the surprising encounters that happen around the corner and around the globe” Travel Channel is

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Have you ever dreamt of living on an island? Your very own private oasis of towering palm trees, sparkling water and a private "hut" to call home. Imagine an island home, sparkling water, cocoanut trees, and a shaded hammock.  The villa overlooking the water has big balconies,umbrellas and sun chairs.

That dream of island living can be somewhat unrealistic for most people.  Fortunately South Florida presents opportunities for residency that are very close to living on an island.

The Islands of Jupiter is a luxurious gated community of 105 must see custom upscale residences.  These riverfront estates are extended over the four islands that John D. MacArthur had originally commissioned for development. It is located at the northernmost point

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The Sandoway House Nature Center is a beautiful and educational destination for people of all ages to visit and explore. Located in Delray Beach, the Sandoway House is a nature center that is home to hundreds of species of sea creatures local to south Florida. Many of the animals and plant life on display at the Sandoway House are in rehabilitation to be released back into their natural environment, but while they enjoy a stay at the Sandoway House they offer a great opportunity for learning to their admirers. 

THE MONTH OF APRIL AT SANDOWAY HOUSE: 

Every Wednesday and Saturday at the Sandoway House Nature Center at 3:15pm is the “Jr. Shark Biologist Program” for kids. For those youngsters that have always dreamed of being a marine biologist working

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Spoto’s Oyster Bar Stuart

Spoto’s Oyster Bar is one of south Florida’s finest, traditional raw bars. Spotto’s offers two locations, Palm Beach Gardens and Stuart and out of these two restaurants they have earned an immaculate status when it comes to oysters. The Spoto’s Oyster Bar of Stuart is located directly on the wide-open water of the St. Lucie River. 

The seafood preparations they have to offer are some of the best you can find across the state. Some of the delicacies offered by Spoto’s include fresh-shucked, cold water, Blue Point Oysters, steamed Littleneck Clams from the cold, unspoiled waters off Cape Cod, and their signature famed Oyster Stew and they even serve a special Bouillabaisse. 

Spoto’s Oyster Bar Stuart is located at 131 SW

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Florida grown wine?
“There is a couple in Lake Worth making wines - Florida wine. That translates to a neon pink fruit in by fermenting the flowers of a tropical plant. It is guaranteed to give you a nice buzz without the threat of a nasty hangover.”

The newly opened Lake Worth, Florida based winery opened in early April 2016 naming it “Sons & Daughters Farm & Winery.”  Located west on Lantana Road and has a cozy tasting room which offers their guests a chance to sample the homemade wine from hibiscus flowers grown right from their very own organic farm. Other taps may also offer fruit Kombucha such as passion fruit, lemon and ginger.

The Organic wine has zero additives and no tannins, the homemade booze is easy to drink and less likely to make you

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Register to run Palm Beach County's only 5K that includes admission to the biggest post-race party. Experience the beautiful course along the West Palm Beach waterfront that ends where the party begins – SunFest! Five days, three stages, 50 bands, 3 floating bars and Florida’s best fireworks. Founded in 1982, SunFest is Florida’s largest waterfront music and art festival along the intracoastal in downtown West Palm Beach.

The downtown course begins at Palm Beach Atlantic University, heads south and then turns onto Flagler Drive. The finish line is in the heart of SunFest for all the Friday night fun. The winning group (group who has the most registrants) will receive their own Happy Hour Team Party immediately post-race on the South Captain Morgan

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