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Palm Beach County has always had an envy provoking lifestyle with its stunning real estate, year round great weather, warm ocean waters, sandy beaches and some of the best dining and entertainment in the nation. This year, the enviable lifestyle was made a permanent lifestyle by many as Palm Beach County’s cities have experienced a considerable growth in population according to the U.S. Census. 

The cities and towns with the biggest growth in population were in the northern part of the county in Jupiter and West Palm Beach specifically. West Palm Beach gained 2,967 new residents, Jupiter gained 1,997 and Palm Beach Gardens gained 975 new residents. The City Administrator, Jeff Green stated that these numbers are “in line” with what they were

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You know an event must a good when it returns every week by popular demand! This is true with the Sunset Celebration put on every Thursday by the Sailfish Marina on Singer Island. 

As the sun sets each Thursday night, the Sunset Celebration kicks off with amazing live music flowing through the air, pelicans flying overhead and tropical drinks flowing. You and your family or friends can peruse the works of local artisans like handmade jewelry, blown glass art, sculptures, and pottery and more all against the backdrop of the tranquil marina and waters. 

Admirers of art, artisans, locals and tourists come from all over to see what the Sunset Celebration has to offer each week. After you have enjoyed walking the docks looking at what each vendor has to

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Green Cay Wetlands and Nature Center

Green Cay Wetlands and Nature Center in Boynton Beach is a gorgeous, big park offering tons of opportunity for outdoor adventure. The park is centered on nature and offers a 1.5-mile boardwalk that you are allowed to bike on. The boardwalk hovers over the native wetlands and while on it you can see some amazing Floridian wildlife you may have never seen in person. From bobcats to alligators to birds of prey, you won’t want to miss this park experience. The park also features an indoor educational center with animal exhibits, a lecture hall and a gift shop.

Size: 100 acres
Location: 12800 Hagen Ranch Road, Boynton Beach
Hours: Wednesday-Saturday from 9 am-3 pm; boardwalk open daily from 7 am-sunset
Contact: 561-966-7000

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The 5th Annual Stuart Sailfish Regatta will be making waves off of the Stuart Causeway May 21st and 22nd, 2016. Get ready for an exciting weekend with hydroplanes, race boats and powerboats competing for prize money. The races will be held on the Stuart Causeway on a 1.1-mile racecourse on the northern side of the bridge. Visitors can expect amazing activities including live music, kid zones, a swimsuit contest and the ultimate spectator viewing area on top of the bridge. The race is sanctioned by the American Power Boat Association. The regatta will be open to ten classes of inboards, four classes of outboards and the Powerboat P1 SuperStock Series. Some of the nation's top tier racers plus a power team of 12 or more Canadian Grand Prix race boats

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Last weekend across the state of Florida was the “Lionfish Removal and Awareness Festival” hosted by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. The weekend is dedicated to getting local fishermen and avid boaters to take to the Floridian waters and help eradicate the invasive lionfish. 

The weekend long event that took place across the state was a huge success! More than 14,000 lionfish were removed statewide. “These numbers are a great example of the agency’s efforts to get the public educated about and involved in lionfish removal,” said Jessica McCawley, FWC's Division of Marine Fisheries Management director. “Events like this one will encourage continued involvement in proactively and successfully removing lionfish.” 

The lionfish is

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The North County Aquatic Complex is a great choice for parents to take their kids on a warm summer day in Florida. Located in Jupiter, the North County Aquatic Complex is an all-inclusive pool guaranteed to bring the fun. 

Spanning 4.15 acres, the complex offers a large swimming pool with lanes for lap swimming, a 50 meter heated swimming pool, a shallow wading pool for the little kids as well as one meter and three meter diving boards. There are always life guards on staff during pool hours. There are concession stands, boys and girls locker rooms with restrooms and showers. 

For more information about the North County Aquatic Complex in Jupiter, Florida, please call 561-645-0241. 


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Come fish and play for a great cause! A fishing tournament to benefit children with autism. The 1st Annual Anglers 4 Autism Fishing Tournament will be held on Saturday, May 21st at Jupiter Pointe Marina in Tequesta, Florida. All proceeds will directly benefit Autism Project of Palm Beach County, Renaissance Learning Academy, and The Learning Center at the Els Center of Excellence. For more information go to anglers4autism.com.

Captain’s Meeting
Friday, May 20, 2016 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Jupiter Pointe Bar & Grille
18701 SE Federal Hwy
Tequesta, FL 33469
Final rules and check out/check in procedures will be distributed.
Captain’s bags will be distributed.

Fishing Tournament
Saturday, May 21, 2016
6:30am – Visual Check out at Jupiter Inlet begins. It is each

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Enjoy live music by the Les Haber Sextet at the Plaza Down Under on the Riverwalk in Jupiter. This event will feature over 45 local artisan booths, great food, beer and wine. The Plaza Down Under on the Riverwalk is located under the Indiantown Road bridge at Coastal Way. This unique open, yet covered space is used for scheduled public events such as Town sponsored art/craft fairs, holiday celebrations, music/dance and food festivals.

Riverwalk offers an exceptional, waterside community gathering spot for shopping, dining, entertainment, and events. The Riverwalk is a recreational corridor that runs primarily along the eastern shoreline of the Intracoastal Waterway from the Jupiter Ridge Natural Area north to the Jupiter Inlet. Visitors are be able

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Adventure, learning and exploring await you at the Singer Island Outdoor Center at Phil Foster Park in Singer Island. Kayaking, paddle boarding, exploring, and snorkeling are just some of the things you will get to do when you visit the Singer Island Outdoor Center. 

The employees at the Park Concession are experts on adventure and take great pride in making sure each guest gets the most out of their experience at the Singer Island Outdoor Center. The park promises, “If its your first time, we pride ourselves in making sure everyone gets a good overview on paddling technique, safety instructions, and a trip plan so that you can explore the area with confidence and ease, no matter your experience level.” 

The Park Concession on Singer Island is

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Take an evening to enjoy nature at twilight hour with a bike ride through the tranquil Riverbend Park. The evening bike tours at Riverbend Park are led by a guide who specializes in Floridian wildlife to help you spot all of the special creatures along your tour. Bicycles are also available for rent. 

Riverbend Park is a beautiful park and preserve in west Jupiter. The park spans 665 acres and is home to a wide variety of Floridian wildlife and plants.  

Some of the features of the park include 7 miles of equestrian trails and special equestrian trailer parking, 10 miles of biking and walking trails throughout the pine forest and many designated picnic areas. There are three different picnic pavilions and regions spread out among the park which make

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