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Every March, the largest LGBTQ pride celebration in Palm Beach County comes to Lake Worth’s Bryant Park. Formerly known as” PrideFest of The Palm Beaches”, it has been retitled this year to Palm Beach Pride. Only the name has changed, the festival remains the same. The  Palm Beaches’ largest LGBTQ event and a celebration of the community’s diversity within it. features live music, vendors, delicious food, parades, and more. More than 20,000 people are expected to attend and have a great day this weekend, Saturday, March 24, 2018 through Sunday, March 25, 2018. The parade starts at 11:30 am in downtown Lake Worth, along Lucerne & Lake Avenues.

Palm Beach Pride attracts attendees annually throughout South Florida and the Treasure Coast. The Compass’

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Tomorrow Saturday, March 24th, the Downtown at the Gardens is hosting their annual Spring Fling event for the whole family. The Palm Beach Gardens outdoor shopping and entertainment center will host the event from 11 am to 1 pm in the Centre Court.

Spring Fling is free and will feature plenty of family friendly activities such as chalk art, festive stilt walkers, jugglers, live music, an Easter Egg Hunt and more. Several businesses throughout the Downtown will be giving away Easter treats for the children.

The Downtown at the Gardens will also be hosting another family-friendly Kids Crawl event on Wednesday, March 28th from 11 am to 1 pm. The Kids Crawl will feature Easter activities, dance music, carousal rides, arts and crafts, and more. This monthly

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The non-profit scientific research organization, The Wild Dolphin Project, has created the first annual evening of "Wild Ocean Science" this Saturday, March 24th. The event will educate guests about conservation, research and protection efforts for the Atlantic Spotted Dolphin.

Wild Ocean Science will be held at the Florida Atlantic University Jupiter Campus Lifelong Learning Center. Miles O'Brien, a broadcast news journalist who focuses on science, technology and aerospace will be the special guest host. The night will showcase the newest episode of the South Florida PBS production series "Changing Seas," an Emmy Award winning marine science series centered on ocean exploration and environmental issues. 

There will also be a meet-n-greet with

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Two Palm Beach County cities have made the list of the “10 Best Places to Visit” done by Livability.com. Livability.com is a website that showcases some of the best cities to visit and live throughout the country. The website ranked more than 2,000 cities across the United States and both Boca Raton and Jupiter were ranked in the Top 10. Boca Raton and Jupiter were also the only two Florida cities to have made the list.

Jupiter is ranked number five and Boca Raton is ranked number seven. The website ranked the cities based on their relaxing and adventurous attractions in both cities.

The list highlights Jupiter’s culture, expansive nature preserves, beaches and parks, baseball stadium, iconic lighthouse, golf courses, and other tourist attractions.

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Wellington Bacon and Bourbon Fest begins March 23 – 25, 2018. Venture out of the usual weekend activities on a culinary journey on the welcoming grounds of the new Wellington Community Center and Amphitheater, 12150 Forest Hill Blvd, Wellington.  Socialize with friends and enjoy America’s quintessential bourbon and eat excellent bacon inspired dishes.

What is bourbon exactly? Simply put, bourbon is a spirit made from at least 51% corn aged in new charred oak barrels.  It must be bottled at 80% or more and only in the United States of America. The use of the term "bourbon" for the whiskey has been traced to the 1820s, and the term began to be used consistently in Kentucky in the 1870s.  Bourbon may be made anywhere in the United States and is

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No need to travel extensively to sample something different.  Queen of Sheeba, located at 716 North Sapodilla Avenue, West Palm Beach, has been around the Northwood Historic District for years.  They opened their doors in 2006 as an acclaimed “soul food” restaurant. 

The Queen of Sheeba restaurant was the 2014 recipient of Palm Beach County’s Best Soul Food restaurant in Palm Beach County.  Having been voted the best, and given the excellence award the owners decided to expand their menu.  It seemed a natural transition to Ethiopian food.  The food is truly unique and extraordinarily flavorful.

The restaurant offers “ageless home-style food with innovative modern twists appealing to the curious, adventureous, and the experienced foodie!” The

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A fun new tapas restaurant is coming West Palm Beach. The small-plate Spanish cuisine, Basque is set to open this Thursday, March 22nd at the historic Hotel Bida in the El Cid neighborhood. 

Hotel Bida is an historic inn built in 1929 by the famous architect Belford Shoumate and is an example of Bermuda Vernacular architecture. The hotel is one of the earliest motor lodges in the United States and has been included in the National Register of Historic Places. The restaurant is part of an effort to reestablish the boutique hotel as a perfect destination for locals and out of town visitors.

Basque will feature both indoor and outdoor space with an Old-World décor and modern Spanish food. The executive Chef of Basque, Chef Miguel Angel Rebolledo served as the

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Palm Beach County's most unique breweries have teamed up with the Palm Beach Zoo and Conservation Society, 1301 Summit Boulevard, West Palm Beach, in an effort to bring awareness to endangered animals. Sample South Florida's amazing beer from at least 25 local breweries.  On April 07, 2018, Brew at the Zoo 2018, between 5:30PM - 9:00PM, you will have the opportunity to tour the zoo and taste the beers these local area craftsmen have created.

Endangered species are those considered to be at risk of extinction, denotating that there are so few left of their kind that they could disappear from the planet altogether. The Palm Beach Zoo and Conservation Society understands endangered species are threatened by factors such as habitat loss, hunting,

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CityPlace is a destination in West Palm Beach famous for its shopping, dining, live music and more. The downtown area is always changing things up and adding new features to keep up with people's interests; that's why "CityPlace 2.0" as President and CEO Kenneth Himmel called it, is unveiling a get-it-while-you can setup focused around the recent pop-up shopping trend.

Here are 5 new things to check out at CityPlace:

1. The Shack

The Shack is a new 300-square foot stand-alone eatery in the main plaza right by the main stage. It has a cool vibe with modern touches like string lights with industrial bulbs, chalk board menus and painted palm trees and other art on the walls. You can grab food to go or sit outside at a table and listen to live

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The Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach is hosting their 15th Annual TurtleFest 2018 this upcoming Saturday, March 24th. More than 10,000 visitors are expected to attend the free ocean conservation festival from 10 am to 6 pm.

The festival will include food, specialty drinks and craft beers, live music, yoga, a beach cleanup, educational and fun activities, shopping, sea turtles and much more. At the festival you’ll have a change to visit the sick or injured sea turtles located in the Loggerhead Marinelife Center.

TurtleFest is Palm Beach County’s largest ocean conservation festival and the festival will be in Loggerhead Park located along the Atlantic Ocean. TurtleFest is free to attend and guest of all ages are welcomed.

The Loggerhead Marinelife

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