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History enthusiasts and carpenters are assembling the concluding touches to the former Henry Flagler Train Depot as they preparing to open on August 1, 2015 at Sawfish Bay Park in Jupiter, Florida.

The train depot has been re-built out of pine from North Florida, along with diamond shaped shingles and hardware that is very closely related to what was used a century ago. “The work has included gutting the interior, installing a new roof, painting, repairing fire damage, adding a deck and other repairs on the structure that was built in 1915. There was lots of fire damage,” said retired Lantana architect Don Edge, who is among many individuals and companies that donated time and material for the reconstruction of the one-room structure.”

The plans of the

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You can get an up close and personal encounter with thousands of turtles every Wednesday through Saturday in June and July right here in Palm Beach County. These guided turtle walks allow visitors to learn about and observe the nesting and egg laying process of sea turtles.

Guests are guided by experienced Loggerhead Marine life Center scouts. Tours go throughout pre-patrolled, designated sections of Juno Beach. It is of upmost importance that the turtles are not disturbed and shown the upmost respect. This exclusive, special experience will show visitors a nice variety of sea turtles including: leather backs, loggerheads, green turtles and more.
Turtle Walks are priced $17 per person or $12 per person for LMC members. Walk-ins are welcomed but a flat rate…
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Fun for the entire family at Maltz Jupiter Theater on June 26th and 27th in Jupiter, Florida. A must see popular musical performance, “Hairspray” which is a family friendly musical that is full of romance, laughter and catchy songs.

“The show will star 72 students from Palm Beach, Martin County and beyond who are participating in the Maltz Jupiter Theatre Paul and Sandra Goldner Conservatory of Performing Arts' three-week Senior Conservatory summer camp (grades 6-12), in which students learn all aspects of theater such as acting, dance and voice, culminating in full performances of a musical.”

"Hairspray” is all about sending an important dispatch about fully accepting what we have in common and looking past our dissimilarities. I would like to encourage

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Taking place over the next several, summer weeks at Standing Ovation Performing Arts Studio is a special art class just for kids. Every Monday beginning today and continuing on for 6 weeks is a water color and ink class.

Children can embrace their creativity and playfulness through the artistic expressions.  These educational classes will help young artists learn techniques in water color and ink line drawings. The ink drawings are to be done without the initial use of a pencil. The water color techniques will help kids focus on their expression of color. The projects will include still life and portraiture art.

The cost of the Kid’s Art Class at Standing Ovation is $60 for 6 weeks or $10 per class and supplies fees are $10 per class as well. Standing…
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The West Course at the Fountains Country Club will be closed until mid-October as the club undergoes a $2 million renovation project.

The club is trying to get the course back to its original design by widening bunkers, restructuring fairways, and leveling parts of the course. According to General Manager Ricardo Catarino, by reshaping the bunkers and fairways, the greens will regain some of the visual appeal that it had when it originally opened in the 1970s.

The plan is not only to return the greens to their original size and shape, but also re-build the tee boxes to make the course more playable for less experienced golfers.

In addition, the club will also be fixing the clubhouse roof, expanding the outdoor eating areas, and revamping the

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“Scavengers hunt supporting Delray Beach’s Charities.”

So, do you think you know Delray Beach, Florida? Then prove it! A scavenger hunt will be taking place in downtown Delray Beach on Saturday, June 27, 2015 and this year will include more Clue Stop locations than ever. This is a chance to learn about one of South Florida’s great towns. Each team can have a maxiumum of 5 people and must stay together at all times or sign up individually. You can win money, too: $1,000, $500 and $250 for first, second and third place, respectively. Note: A car and a smart phone with a bar-code scanner app are needed. Afterward, hang out downtown and enjoy some of the great eateries and night spots.
 

The Scavenger Hunt Mission:
  Figure out the clues and visit as many

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Father’s Day is this Sunday on June 21, 2015!

Whether your father figure is into boating and fishing, golf, or relaxing and watching sports, there are plenty of options to choose from here in the sunshine state and many ways to spoil him on his special day. 

For the Boater:
We live in a paradise, the State of Florida has proven to be one of the greatest fishing spots in the entire world! If you don’t have a boat, rest assured that there are many fishing guides or boat rentals available in every area of South Florida. Or a trip to Bass Pro Shop or Outdoor World could do the trick too by spoiling dad at one of the biggest fishing and hunting supply stores.

For the Golfer:
If Dad needs to brush up on his skills take him to the famous PGA National in Palm…
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A lot of private courses try to entice membership by offering to treat potential members as "members for a day". Well, PGA National is taking it one step further by offering "ownership for a day".

For $25,000, you and 50 of your closest friends can literally take over PGA National and the Champion Course, home of the Honda Classic for the day. For what breaks down to about $500 a person, you can play the course that has played home to the Honda Classic, the 1983 Ryder Cup, and the 1987 PGA Championship. The cost also comes with access to the practice facilities, locker room, and caddie services. 

In addition, all members of the group will get a continental breakfast before teeing off, commemorative bag tags, full access to the practice facilities,

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This Saturday, June 20, marks the 11th annual International Surfing Day. Every year, cities around the world partake in celebrations of this beloved, surfing holiday. People from across the globe, in more than 30 countries host barbeques, competitions, film screenings and other surf related activities.

The special thing behind International Surfing Day is not only found in celebrating the lifestyle and sport of surfing but the celebration of our oceans. International Surfing Day highlights ways to give back to our oceans, waves and beaches by organizing habitat restoration, beach and ocean cleanups and other activities that promote coastal preservation.

There are events taking place all over the world this weekend. So, no matter where you may be,

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To celebrate Caribbean American Heritage Month, a free family-friendly festival will be held this Saturday of Father’s Day Weekend. The fun festival, Colors of the Caribbean, is going to be held with music and flavors of the islands in Hollywood, Florida!

“Produced for the Hollywood CRA by Aifos Agency, Caribbean American Heritage Florida and The Rhythm Foundation, Colors of the Caribbean takes place Saturday June 20th, 4pm to 11pm, at the Hollywood ArtsPark at Young Circle in downtown Hollywood.”

Plenty of activities will be happening such as live musical performances, Kids Zones, Caribbean Food Village, Arts & Crafts and smaller stages playing folk dance and cultural performances. “Live performances include Inner Circle, reggae’s top selling “bad boys,”

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