June 2019

There are 72 blog entries for June 2019.

South Florida residents know the summertime is hot... really hot, thankfully there is refuge! Check out these places if you’re looking to keep cool this Summer in Palm Beach County.

Rapids Water Park

Grab some Dippin' Dots, an inner tube and float down the lazy river for ultimate cool down at Rapids Water Park. Thrill seekers can cool off at any of the 42 water slides from Big Thunder with a 45-degree drop to the adrenaline-pumping Brain Drain with a 70-foot drop. 

Where: 6566 N. Military Trail, Riviera Beach. 561-848-6272.

Fire & Ice Bar

The Fire & Ice Bar is worth the drive to Miami. It's literally a 100,000-pound bar made of ice with the temperature set at 23 degrees. Guests get a faux fur coat and gloves upon entering for a 45

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If you’ve never been to Dive Bar Restaurant in Jupiter, you’re missing out. Its name’s witty play-on-words is referring to one of the most popular hobbies in South Florida, and the underwater theme of this casual yet upscale establishment is as pleasing to the eyes as it is to the palate.

Overlooking the Jupiter Yacht Club Marina along the Jupiter Riverwalk, Dive Bar invites you to dive right in whether it’s by boat, car, or foot to enjoy their open-air bar area surrounding a giant saltwater aquarium full of lionfish and snapper. The subsea ambiance of the palatial aquarium and wide screens showing underwater videos is complemented by a raw bar (or steamed if you prefer), an extensive fresh sushi and sashimi menu, sandwiches featuring

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Palm Beach Gardens is a city within Palm Beach County and this June, the city is turning 60 years old. The city is celebrating its 60th year by the opening of the new North County District Park on Saturday, June 29th.

The park will transform into 1959 for the day filled with old fashioned games, car shows, live music of the 50’s and 60’s, food trucks, birthday cake and fireworks to finish off the night. The event is free to attend with food and beverage purchases. For those interested in registering your old classic car for the car show, click here.

Palm Beach Gardens is home to more than 55,00 thousand people, championship golf courses, high-end shopping, great restaurants, luxury resorts, great schools, art, culture and much more.

Most recently the city

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This Thursday, the Loggerhead Marinelife Center is planning on releasing another healthy sea turtle back into the ocean. The center is planning to release James IV on Thursday morning at 10:30 am with pre-release procedures beginning at 10 am.

The event will start at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center at 10 am where the center will go over how they found the turtle and its recovery process before being released.

James IV was brought to the center in early April and is a juvenile loggerhead sea turtle. The sea turtle patient was hooked by a recreational fisherman at the Juno Beach Pier. While in the hands of the sea turtle research and rehabilitation center, the sea turtle received antibiotics and was cleared to be released last week.

The Sea Turtle

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The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium is hosting their monthly Nights At The Museum event on Friday, June 28th. The monthly event occurs on the last Friday of each month.

During the night, guests of all ages are welcomed to enjoy the extended hours to explore the Science Center and Aquarium. Every month the theme is different and this month the theme is Jungle Safari which will feature animal encounters, interactive games, exhibits, planetarium shows, arts and crafts, animal adoption activities, and your chance to see the night’s sky from the only public observatory in Palm Beach County.

Food and drinks will be available for purchase from Wholesome Tummies Café throughout the night. The Night at the Museum starts at 6 pm and goes until 9 pm on

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The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is hosting their reoccurring Twilight Yoga at the Light tonight at 7 pm.

The Yoga class welcomes all levels of yoga to join in and watch the sunset and experience the serenity of Yoga. The Yoga is taught by Mary Veal on the Lighthouse Deck every Monday night at sunset.

The class is $10 dollars to attend and you are asked to bring your own yoga mat, a water bottle and a flashlight. The class will meet 10 minutes before the class begins at 7 pm at the Museum. The classes are weather dependent so be sure to check their website for more details.

The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is located at 500 Captains Armour’s Way in Jupiter.

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Summer is here and this summer the Coral Sky Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach is hosting a series of concerts for everyone to enjoy.

The Coral Sky Amphitheatre is a 20,000-seat open-air venue at the South Florida Fair Grounds primarily used for concerts and other performances. The venue is run by Live Nation, one of the world’s largest event and venue promoter.

This summer some of the hottest concerts are coming to West Palm Beach.

Saturday, July 6th at 7 pm: Train and the Goo Goo Dolls
Thursday, July 11th at 8 pm: Mary J. Blige and Nas
Friday, July 19th at 7 pm: Dierks Bentley: Burning Man 2019
Thursday, July 25th at 7:30 pm: Blink-182 and Lil Wayne
Friday, July 26th at 8 pm: Dave Matthews Band
Saturday, July 27th at 8 pm: Dave Matthews Band
Sunday, July

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Waterway Park is a great place to explore Palm Beach County’s diverse marine life, the park includes over 30,000 cubic yards of waste material brought up during the course of an excavation or dredging. The Jupiter High School Environmental Academy, the Boy and Girl Scouts of America, and others have planted over 35,000 red mangrove seedlings.

In 2016 the park underwent a large reconstruction to remove Australian Pines and other invasive species. The total expenditures for the project exceed $500,000. Resources came from the County's Roadway Production Division in order to counterbalance environmental destruction from the construction of the Donald Ross Road Bridge. 11 acres of red mangroves were planted during the 2016 renovation which have now

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There are few things in life more satisfying than a nice warm cup of coffee. But, as all true connoisseurs know, there’s a big difference between coffee that’s just okay and coffee that’s great. Here are a few places to get great coffee in Jupiter.

Subculture Coffee

Subculture Coffee is a great café founded by a couple of South Florida natives. The place is very cool and comfortable but, trust us, it has a lot more going for it than its décor. Subculture has some of the best, modestly priced, coffee in the state. If you haven’t already, we suggest trying one of their cappuccinos.

Oceana Coffee Roasters

Established in 2009 by Amy and Scott Angelo, Oceana Coffee Roasters company is one of the original Florida coffee roasters, they roast many

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This Saturday, the Loggerhead Marinelife Center is hosting their reoccurring Turtle Walks on Juno Beach. The Turtle Walks are a unique program that allows guest to learn about and observe the nesting process of a sea turtle.

Turtle Walks are led by the Loggerhead Marinelife Staff who will patrol the designated section of the beach while searching for the sea turtles. Those who attend the Turtle Walk will get a after hours look at the current patients in their outdoor sea turtle hospital. Once a loggerhead sea turtle is found by a staff member on the beach, you’ll be led down to the beach to witness the experience.

Registration is required for the event because due limited space. The State permits only can accommodate 30 people per night for the Turtle

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