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Amongst all of the celebrations going on in South Florida for St. Patrick’s Day this year, one of the best is the Delray Beach St. Patrick’s Day Parade. 

Marking its 49th year, the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade of Delray Beach is a spectacle you won’t want to miss. Led majestically by 70 World War II veterans and the South East Florida Honor Flight, the parade takes the streets by storm. The vets while be escorted by uniformed Firefighters and Police Officers from all over the United States, and beyond. Local singing artist Sarah Crane, from the HOW foundation, will sign our national anthem, as the veterans and first responders stop in front of Northern Trust bank. An incredible display of uniformed soldiers carrying flags and followed by bagpipes,

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Palm Beach County has lots of beautiful natural areas and preserves from Lake Okeechobee to the Atlantic Ocean. The Department of Environmental Resources Management (E.R.M.) manages” a range of environmental programs designed to protect, preserve, and enhance Palm Beach County’s natural resources, both on land and water. Fresh drinking water, unpolluted waterways, a large tree canopy, and controlling mosquito populations provide a welcoming outdoor tropical experience to snorkel and dive, visit sandy beaches, fresh or saltwater fish, kayak waterways, hike in the woods all while viewing wildlife in their natural habitat.”

To bring awareness to the community, the E.R.M. will host the annual family fun event known as the Natural Areas Festival.  Palm

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Courtesy of Festival of the Arts BOCA

The Festival of the Arts BOCA is an astonishing, multi-day cultural arts event bringing exhilaration and innovative experiences to Boca Raton. The festival begins March 2, 2017 and concludes March 12, 2017. The Festival of Arts Boca has won numerous awards including:  the “Muse Award” from The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, “Best Festival” by Boca Magazine and “Best Cultural Festival of 2014” from Palm Beach Illustrated. The Eleventh Anniversary season will continue to feature the finest in classical music, jazz, dance, film and authors. Spectators will enjoy some of the most sought after jazz and classical performers as well as well recognized authors.  Boca Raton, and the Palm Beaches, are Florida's

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Friends of Jupiter Beach has been establishing beach clean ups since 1994.  Clean-ups are on the first Saturday of every month. Friends of Jupiter Beach is a 501 (c)(3) community organization whose goal is to support and maintain environmentally healthy, clean, and dog friendly beaches in Jupiter, Florida.

On the average, Friends of Jupiter Beach, help clean up an estimated 500 pounds of trash and recyclables each month.  Volunteers both young and young at heart scour the 2 and ½ mile stretch of beach every month. What started as a few volunteers cleaning up a stretch of beach where they walked their dogs has evolved into “a significant force for environmental care of our marine environment”.

It’s important for generations to follow that we

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March 8th through 12th marks the 4th Annual Plein Air Festival at the Lighthouse Art Center in Jupiter. “Plein Air” painting simply stands for the art of painting outdoors amongst the fresh air. The aim of the artists is to capture their surrounding environment, the nature, wildlife and ambience of the natural environment that surrounds them. 

With the theme of the “plein air” technique, the Plein Air Art Festival offers guests a weekend of relaxation, art, beautiful weather and fun. More than 40 artists will be displaying their works of art. These artists come from all over the nation to compete in this 4 day juried exhibition. Any day that you come out to the 4th Annual Plein Air Art Festival at the Lighthouse Art Center is sure to be fascinating.

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Southern Florida is a melting pot of many cultures.  Just an hour drive south from Palm Beach County is the second largest city in Florida, Miami. Miami is known for its rich heritage and many cultural influences. It is nicknamed the “Capital of Latin America” because of its high population of Spanish-speakers.

The area west of the downtown area of Miami is known as Little Havana/La pequeña Habana or Calle Ocho. It was established with over 500,000 Cuban-Americans during the 1960s and is named after the capital and largest city of Cuba. The neighborhood is home to several well-known festivals, including the Calle Ocho Festival, Cultural Fridays/Viernes Culturales and the Three Kings Parade. In Little Havana, you will find a colorful street life,

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Coming to Carlin Park in Jupiter, March 4th and 5th, is the beloved Jupiter Seafood Festival. The festival offers guests 2 days of delicious, local seafood, cold drinks, live music and fun for people of all ages. 

You can walk along the rows of vendors with your family and friends to see a variety of nautical vendors selling their crafts as the sounds of live music fill the air. There will be seven different bands to play over the weekend and hundreds of food, beer, drink and craft vendors to peruse. There is even a corn hole tournament where the winning team will take home $1,000. Some of the dishes you can enjoy include fresh conch salad, lobster rolls, cracked conch, shrimp cocktail and so much more. you will find amazing nautical art from paintings

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Boca Raton’s beloved art celebration, Festival of the Arts Boca, is right around the corner and its kickoff party is happening this Thursday. The Festival of the Arts Boca offers its guests and fellow art enthusiasts 11 days of film screenings, jazz, symphonic concerts, lectures and readings. 

The Thursday night kickoff will feature a renowned writer, Jennifer Egan. Egan specializes in both fiction and non-fiction literary works. She is most known for her episodic, rock-and-roll-set, Pulitzer-winning 2010 novel “A Visit From the Goon Squad,” as well as her award-winning reporting for the New York Times. She’ll discuss her occasional tightrope walking between these not-so-opposing worlds of writing in her Festival of the Arts lecture, titled

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The award winning, sell-out show, Rockin’ Road to Dublin is making its debut in Fort Lauderdale tomorrow night. This show is full of jaw-dropping, Irish dances, amazing music and incredible stories. Come see what Irish Dancing Magazine calls “world class” and a “one, two punch of style and mystery.”

The show is a blend of a dramatic Broadway performance paired with the art of Irish dancing and a dash of rock and roll. The performance features 14 dancers, 8 musicians and two incredible vocalists.  Rockin’ Road to Dublin is just one of those shows you must see! 

Rockin’ Road to Dublin starts at 7:30pm on Tuesday, February 28 at the Parker Playhouse in Fort Lauderdale. Tickets can be purchased at the Box Office or by phone 954-462-0222 or at

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The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum has planned the 2nd Annual Maritime Festival “Sea Fest for Kid in Jupiter.  This Saturday, February 25, 2017 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Plenty of oceanic themed fun, adventures and land based activities and demonstrations. 

Enjoy a family day on the “waterfront with sea-inspired education & adventures for kids to celebrate the Jupiter’s areas coastal heritage and history. Meet a real Mermaid and a Pirate or two on their Pirate ship. An unforgettable day filled with history and maritime demonstrations, music, arts & crafts, food and a treasure of activities awaits your family.”

The daytime festival for families will feature energetic characters from Jupiter’s past, including Lighthouse Keepers, pioneers

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