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With the cool weather finally here, it's the perfect time to visit Yesteryear! Yesteryear Village is a fully replicated model of what life was like between 1895 and 1940. The town is on 9 acres and includes a an old school house, a farm, a blacksmith shop, general store, and houses. It also has the only big band museum in the United States, the Sally Bennett Big Band Hall of Fame Museum.

Walking through the Yesteryear gates is like going back in time. A time when people had goats, sheep, and chickens in their backyards, one-room school houses, and no running water. Explore the village and hear townspeople tell you about their daily life before 1940. Ask them any questions you'd like and take the opportunity to learn some history. Stop in the

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Holiday shoppers might be in luck, looking to buy the newest technology and latest gadgets this holiday season. After several months of renovations, Apple has finally released the date of the reopening of the Gardens Mall location.

The store has been closed since March of this year to undergo extensive renovations. The store is still going to be located in the same location on the first floor of the mall, but has expanded into the shop next door. By expanding from the 6,000-square foot store to an 8,300-square foot store, this location in the Gardens Mall will be the largest Apple store in Palm Beach County.

This location and others throughout the world have been renovating their stores to make the store ‘even lovelier”, according to the company’s

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The Sunset Social Farmers Market will be taking place every Thursday evening this month at City Place in West Palm Beach and include musical performances. This Thursday, enjoy music presentations from local Palm Beach County students. 

This is more than your average market. The Sunset Social is a gathering of the finest foods, arts, plants, and more. Vendors include fresh produce straight off the farm, imported cheeses, French bread and pastries, raw local honeys, oils, fresh seafood, gardening and plants, Moroccan-made baskets, all natural dog treats, and more.

Next week's entertainment will be the Palm Beach Symphony and the last Thursday in December will be DJ Gabo & Nico. 

The Sunset Social takes place from 5:30 p.m. - 9 p.m. 700 S.

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Join Gumbo Limbo Nature Center for a marine feeding and Sea Turtle Talk this Friday!

Gumbo Limbo's  outdoor marine aquarium is filled with tons of fish, sharks, sting rays, and other aquatic life. Watch these fish get fed and see their behaviors.

An educational lecture will be presented while the feeding is going on. Learn about connections between mangroves and reef fish species, fish in their habitats, and more. This fascinating presentation will take place at 12:30 p.m.

Explore the center and stick around for the turtle talk at 2 p.m. and discover the sea turtle rehabilitation program at Gumbo Limbo. More than 100 turtles were taken care of last year, and you can meet the current patients and hear their stories.

These programs are free

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Come celebrate the Loggerhead Marinelife Center at the annual Beach Bash Palm Beach hosted by the Lilly Pulitzer team and is known as the social event of the season.

The event takes place at The Beach Club in Palm Beach, Thursday, December 28th at 8 pm.

The beach bash benefits the Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach, the ocean and sea turtle conservation hub that helps save endangered and injured seas turtles and helps with efforts to preserve the ocean.

The theme for this year’s event is “Seas The Day”, due to the Spanish ship, Providencia, that ran aground off the Palm Beach coast in 1878. The ship has 20,000 coconuts onboard, and for several weeks many people on the island ate the coconuts and drank wine.

More than 700 guests are excepted to

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Skip I-95 traffic and take a plane ride overlooking the gorgeous Florida coast instead. Fly the Whale, a small commercial airline featuring small plane charter flights, is opening up a new service taking customers from Fort Pierce to Tallahassee and soon to the Bahamas. 

Starting January 8th, Fly the Whale will debut flights from the Treasure Coast International Airport on St. Lucie Boulevard. Flights will depart on Mondays at 8 a.m. and return at 4 p.m. On Thursdays flights leave at 3 p.m. and return at 5:30 p.m. The trip from Fort Pierce to Tallahassee will take 1 hour and 42 minutes... as opposed to about 5 and a half hours driving the interstate. If you live in Jupiter, it is over 6 hours to get to Tallahassee, if you wanted to watch the

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According to the National Association of Realtors, December can be one of the best times of year to buy a house. Here are a few reasons why:

Less Competition and Better Prices

The holiday spirit is in your favor: many realtors have found that home buyers often do well in the negotiation process during the winter months. And, instead of having to compete with a lot of buyers who are keen on moving in before the school year begins in the summer months, the dip in demand actually pushes prices down and can create a mini buyers’ market.

More Time to House Hunt

The time off around the holidays gives buyers more time to explore and search for specific wants. Instead of using up weekends and skipping out on things, house hunting can be done

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Enjoy breakfast with Santa this Saturday at BRIO Tuscan Grille at City Place in West Palm Beach. A plated breakfast will be served from 9 - 11 a.m. and there will be fun holiday festivities going on. Santa will be stopping by each table to collect wish lists and spread holiday cheer. 

Breakfast options include French Toast served with maple syrup and fresh fruit or scrambled eggs served with bacon and fresh fruit. All meals include choice of coffee, tea, soft drink, milk or juice, muffins and yogurt parfait.

Reservations are required so make sure you get a seat at this event soon. Call 561-820-0074. Costs are $12.95 for adults and $6.95 for children. 

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Wellington, a village in Palm Beach County located west of West Palm Beach is known to many for its beautiful parks, inviting neighborhoods, great schools, and all things equestrian.

Wellington is known as the Equestrian Capital of the World and the most popular destination for the equestrian life-style. Wellington is home to the Palm Beach International Polo Club and the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center.

Polo is a game played on horseback between two teams, who use mallets to drive a wooden ball down the field to score between two goal-posts against the opposing team. Polo is the oldest of equestrian sports.

The Palm Beach International Polo Season officially starts December 31st and runs until late April. The club was created by the

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The live music venue, Tin Roof, is coming to Delray Beach. Tin Roof is a Nashville-based bar and restaurant chain centered around live music. It will be opening on Atlantic Avenue and have 3,500 square feet of indoor space and 3,000 square feet of outdoor space, with the largest patio on the Avenue. 

Bob Franklin, Tin Roof's chief executive, says he was attracted to Delray's lively downtown and is very excited for the venue to open. Though it is based out of Nashville, don't expect the Delray location to play exclusively country music. Each location is tailored to the area's local music scene. The Delray Tin Roof will also be booking indie rock bands and pop bands, Franklin said, and like all of there locations, will incorporate a wide range

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