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The Treasure Coast Tourism Showcase will be held this Sunday, May 20th at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center.

Play tourist in your own town or take the opportunity to see all the things the Treasure Coast has to offer!

You'll discover attractions, staycation packages, restaurants, golf courses, water sports and other activities to do in Vero Beach, St. Lucie and Martin Counties.

More than $5,000 in cash prizes will be given throughout the day as well as a free cruise.

The event is totally free and takes place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

To RSVP and find out more information, click here. 

PSL Civic Center: 9221 SE Civic Center Pl., Port St. Lucie, FL 34952.

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Jonathan Dickinson State Park is a Florida State Park in Martin County settled between Tequesta and Hobe Sound. Located just five miles north of Jupiter, the park features a variety of natural habitats, mangroves, river swamps, and wildlife among its 16 natural communities. The Loxahatchee River, Florida’s first federally designated scenic and wild river, runs through the middle of the park.

The park got its name after a Quaker merchant named Jonathan Dickinson who was shipwrecked off the coast in 1696. During the second World War, the park’s location was home to the Camp Murphy Army Base for the Southern Signal Corps School. The barracks are still visible and remain in the park today. The property was transferred from the United States Government to the

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This Saturday, May 19th, people all over the country will head to the coastlines to participate in the International Hands Across the Sand event. 

Hands Across the Sand was invented 8 years ago to encourage clean energy and clean water. It's a day of action uniting coastal residents, business owners and beachgoers against offshore drilling according to Diane Buhler, organization founder. Thanks to Florida's multi-billion dollar tourism industry that is dependent upon our white sand beaches, the state is exempt from any U.S. offshore drilling. Still, many people participate in the event to show solidarity for our marine environment.

Four organizations in Palm Beach and Martin Counties are hosting the event along with a beach clean up at our local

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On the first Sunday of every month, the Boca Raton Museum of Art waives its admission fee, inviting residents and visitors to explore their captivating art installations.

The 44,000 square-foot museum is in the center of Mizner Park, the heart of Boca Raton. It has a permanent collection of 4,500 pieces including modern and contemporary art, American and European early 20th century work, ancient African and Columbian artifacts, and nearly 2,000 historic photographs. Additionally, the museum hosts new, temporary exhibitions throughout the year to keep things interesting. 

The current visiting exhibitions include collections of Canadian photographs, abstract paintings and contemporary murals which will be on display through July 29th. You can view

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Every year, the Palm Beach Jerk & Caribbean Culture Festival draws thousands of people to celebrate food, music, and culture of the Caribbean!

The Festival takes place at the South Florida Fairgrounds in West Palm Beach on Memorial day, May 28th, from 2-10 p.m.

You can enjoy an evening of authentic Jamaican cuisine, live island music, carnival rides and more. Many local vendors participate in the event with cool arts and crafts and you can be a judge in the jerk cook-off, tasting jerk prepared by locally residing native islanders. 

Aside from carnival rides, kids have plenty of games and activities to take part in like face painting and bounce houses.

General admission tickets are $30 and kids 12 and under are free. To purchase your

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The Friends of Jupiter Beach is hosting their 9th annual Food and Wine Festival this Saturday, May 19th at The Riverwalk Plaza in Jupiter.

The festival this year will feature more than 45 restaurants and vendors serving signature dishes, wine and other alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Many restaurants and vendors have signed up again this year in addition to new ones for this family friendly event. There will also be a live performance by the Samantha Russell Band. The Food and Wine Festival will go on as scheduled rain or shine from 2 pm to 5 pm under the Indiantown Bridge.

Tickets are required for the event, which sells out every year. General Admission tickets are $45 dollars purchased online or $55 dollars at the door and children’s tickets, 12

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The Robert Morgade Library in Stuart is hosting an ongoing speaker series called "Outreach," and this week Historian Josh Liller will give a presentation about the history of the Coast Guard on the Treasure Coast.

The Coast Guard had a large role in the development of Stuart, Hobe Sound and Jupiter when it merged with the Lighthouse Service of the Jupiter Lighthouse in 1939. Josh Liller will talk about the military operations of the lighthouse, the local Loran Stations, and the overlooked contributions the Guard had in the area. His presentation will also feature current research statistics and photos from the Coast Guard Historian's Office. Q&A will happen afterward. 

The Outreach Speaker Series: The Coast Guard in Hobe Sound & Jupiter will be

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The Royal Palm Beach Seafood Festival is back and is going to the be held this Saturday, May 19th and Sunday, May 20th at the Royal Palm Beach Commons. The Commons is a 167-acre park with a large grass area and surrounded by water. The festival was formally held in downtown West Palm Beach for the last couple of years and this year the festival has relocated and added another day to the event.

The festival this year will not be a two-day event featuring some of the best and freshest seafood in South Florida featuring lobster, crabs, fish, shrimp, oysters, and much more. There will be a variety of seafood dishes and also a variety of non-seafood dishes to choose from.

The festival will also have live music from bands and tribute bands, entertainment,

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The first annual Conservation Cup Mini Golf Classic will be this Saturday, May 19th, at the new Nicklaus-Fazio designed course at the South Florida Science Center & Aquarium in West Palm Beach.

The Conservation Cup is a fun way to draw people to the 18-hole mini golf course in the backyard of the Science Center. Complete with lush greens, flowery gardens and flowing streams, the course is both pretty and engaging.

The Conservation Cup competition will consist of two players per team at the entry cost of $50 per person. The fee also includes a cookout on the course, contests for cashes prizes, and access to the center. All proceeds will go toward youth programs and exhibitions at the SFSCA. 

To register for this event click here. 

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The "561 Foodie: Food Truck Series" is a food truck invasion every 2nd Saturday of the month in downtown West Palm Beach.

While there are lots of food truck gatherings throughout Palm Beach County each month, this one's a little different- taking place after hours from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.

You'll find a line of trucks along the 400 and 500 Blocks of Clematis Street serving up cuisine that's fresh and cooked to order.

Enjoy food from the gourmet and multicultural to southern comfort and sugary sweets.

The next 561 Foodie will be this Saturday, May 12th. Find out more information here.

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