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Every Friday, Palm Beach Garden’s outdoor shopping and lifestyle center hosts its weekly outdoor Summer Concert Series.

The free concert series features a mixed musical lineup of local bands playing everything from rock, pop, country, and everything in between. The next outdoor concert is tonight from 7 pm to 10 pm in the center court. Tonight’s musical guest British Rock Invasion: Foreigner and Bad Co. If you can’t make this one, don’t worry there will be another outdoor concert next Friday night featuring the Boss Project playing everything Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. Click here to view the lineup for the Summer Concert Series.

The Downtown at the Gardens is a favorite spot in Palm Beach Gardens. The open-air shopping and lifestyle center

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All summer long in Palm Beach, The Worth Avenue Association presents its annual “Worth The Drive”. Now through August 15th, local restaurants, hotels, shops, spas and salons on and around Worth Avenue’s shopping area are offering summer promotions.

Several restaurants are offering a 3-course prix-fixe Lunch for $20 dollars per person at some of Palm Beaches finest. The restaurants include Ta-Boo, The Colony Hotel, Bice, Pizza Al Fresco, Eau Palm Beach and The Leopard Lounge and Restaurant at The Chesterfield Hotel. For more summer dining deals in Palm Beach click here.

Local Palm Beach hotels are joining in on the “Worth The Drive” deals, some offering lower rates and complimentary parking and breakfast. The hotels participating include The Brazilian Court

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The Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach hosts several Turtle Walk events throughout the year for visitors to learn and observe the egg laying and nesting process of sea turtles. During the event experienced Loggerhead Marinelife staff have set up a designated section of Juno Beach searching for sea turtles while the visitors get an informative presentation before they get to see for themselves.

Turtle Walks are $18 dollars per person and $15 dollars for Loggerhead Marinelife Center members. Walk in’s are welcome but a spot is not guaranteed. Everyone who wishes to attend, including children must reserve a spot. Children must be 8 years of age of older to attends the walks. The center can only accommodate up to 30 people per night for the walks, and

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Some people think you have to go all the way down to Miami to see the Everglades, but actually the northeastern boundary of the Everglades exists in the West Palm Beach Preserve just 45 minutes from downtown. West Palm Beach Airboat Rides is your chance to see the beauty of the "River of Grass," its vast ecosystem, aquatic life and birds.

West Palm Beach Airboat Rides has been reviewed by nearly 400 people on TripAdvisor and has 5 stars with a 98% excellence rating by guests. The company operates 7 days a week by appointments, so your ride is private- whoever you bring with you is who's on the boat. Charter options range from 1-3 hours and all captains are U.S.C.G. Certified Captains who have grown up in the Everglades and have extensive

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Brightline is a new intercity express train running from Miami to Orlando with stops in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach. While the Orlando station is still being constructed, the train has opened its doors for South Florida commuters traveling between Miami and West Palm.  

For business or pleasure, Brightline makes taking a day trip to Miami easier and faster than driving on the highway. People leaving from West Palm Beach can expect to be in Fort Lauderdale in 30 minutes and Miami in an hour. Once the Orlando station opens it will take two hours to get there from West Palm, as the train travels at 125 mph.

The stations are all in central downtown locations and the train is reliable with a predicted travel time as opposed to driving on I-95

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Tomorrow, the Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach is hosting their 7th Annual Run 4 The Sea. The race is 4 miles long and begins at 7am, Saturday June 16th, and is open to runners and walkers. Following the start of the 4-mile run there will also be a 1-mile Kids Fun Run starting at 8:15 am.

The purpose of the run is to support and raise money for the Loggerhead Marinelife Center to provide rehabilitation to injured and endangered sea turtles and to promote the conservation of the ocean.

After the run, participants are invited to stay and enjoy a post-race celebration with kid’s activities, breakfast vendors, music, and an award ceremony. Awards will be presented to the Top Overall male and female, Top Three male and female for different age

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Looking for something to do with the kids now that school's out? CMX Movie Theater in Wellington is offering free kids movies every week on Wednesdays through Fridays.

Catch two different films each week starting at 10 a.m. Here's the schedule:

June 19 - 21: Alvin: Road Chip and Lego Batman Movie

June 26 - 28: Sing and Secret Life of Pets

July 3 - 5: Storks and Lorax Movie

July 10 - 12: The Peanuts Movie and Trolls

July 17 - 19: Despicable Me 3 and Ferdinand

July 24 - 26: Emoji Movie and Boss Baby

Jul 31 - August 2: Lego Ninjago Movie, Captain Underpants and First Epic Movie

CMX is a modern, clean, comfortable theater with reclining seats, individual trays, and offers concessions beyond popcorn and candy. You and your kids

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Summer in Paradise, also known as S.I.P., is a set of events and free things to do this summer in West Palm Beach. The events range from fireworks to live music, outdoor movies, downtown shopping and dining deals and much more.

The premier event during the S.I.P. is the weekly Clematis by Night. Where concerts happen every Thursday night featuring performances by local bands playing everything from country, to reggae, pop, rock and more. Several restaurants and bars in the area host food and drinks specials for the event. Clematis by Night is every Thursday from 6 pm to 10 pm during the summer except for Thursday, July 5th.

New for this year’s Summer in Paradise are the Fairy Tale Playhouses. Where there are 15 child-sized playhouses around town to

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The River Center in Jupiter collaborates with the US Coast Guard Auxiliary several times a year to provide a series of Boating Safety Classes. The classes are targeted to attract young boaters in our community, however the class welcomes all ages who want to learn the importance of safety on the water.

The classes are put together through the sponsorship of the AustinBlu Foundation, a non-profit aimed to raise awareness and to promote educational programs and classes for boating safety.

The class will be held this Saturday, June 16th at The River Center in Jupiter.  The class will take place in a classroom in a lecture style learning. The State of Florida requires that any person born after January 1, 1988 who wishes to operate a vessel of 10 horsepower or

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Throughout the summer season, Sailfish Splash Waterpark in Stuart hosts unique movie nights where you can chill on an innertube and watch a flick on the big screen.

For just $10.95 a person on Splash + Movie Nights, you get unlimited access to the waterpark from 5:45-7:45 p.m. plus a movie afterward. The best part is you can float around under the evening sky while watching the projected film. You can also purchase dinner and snacks from the concession stand.

This fun family event is happening next on June 29th featuring the new Peter Rabbit movie. 

Tickets to these events sell out fast so it's a good idea to buy in advance. Check the Sailfish Splash website throughout the summer to see if there's a movie playing you'd like to see. All movies

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