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The popular and growing trend of Food Trucks are rolling into Downtown Abacoa this Friday night for the monthly Food Truck Friday’s. The reoccurring event occurs on the second Friday of every month.

The colorful food trucks line the streets of the Town Center in Abacoa and offer a variety of different cuisines from around the world. The food trucks specialize in different styles of cuisine to make their truck stand out from the other food trucks in the area.

The truck lineup includes everything from desserts, pastries, burgers, tacos, Asian food, wraps, chicken and much more.

Those who attend the ultimate outdoor picnic are encouraged to bring your own blankets and chairs to sit and enjoy the food and entertainment. A DJ will be performing at the

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The Lion King is coming the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts at the end of the month as part of the center’s “Kravis on Broadway” series.

Disney’s The Lion King is hitting the stage Wednesday, April 24th through Sunday, May 5th. The popular movie turned Broadway show has been played to more than 95 million people around the world and this is the first time the musical will be in West Palm Beach. The Lion King has won 6 Tony Awards including Best Musical during the show opened on Broadway in 1997. The Lion King is one of the longest running shows on Broadway.

The musical is based on the Disney classic and is about a young lion and his quest to win back the title of King of his kingdom from his uncle. The film and musical features musical hits from

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The entertainment, lifestyle and shopping center is getting a new name. CityPlace will now be known as Rosemary Square.

According to a recent press release, CityPlace is set to undergo a five-year, $550 million dollars renovation that will transform CityPlace from the retail and entertainment center to a vibrant destination and community center.

The new 72-acre Rosemary Square will offer more retail, new hotel, more art and cultural programs and more residences. Over the weekend, the new main street area was debuted and is now on display on Rosemary Avenue between Okeechobee Blvd and Hibiscus street.

The new main street will feature wider and curb less sidewalks, new landscaping and much more. The renovations will completely transform CityPlace as we

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The City of Palm Beach Gardens Recreation is hosting their annual Easter Egg Extravaganza this Saturday, April 13th at the Gardens Park Soccer fields.

The egg hunt is for all ages and includes a breakfast from local vendors, interactive games, bounce houses, dance demonstrations, and a live DJ. There will also be a photo opportunity with the Easter Bunny from 9:15 am to 11 am, be sure to bring your camera.

The egg hunt will start at 10 am and the children will be divided into different groups based on their ages. The following age groups include ages 3 years and under, ages 4 to 6 years old and ages 7 to 10 years old. Don’t forget to bring your own Easter basket to collect the eggs filled with different types of candy.

The Egg Extravaganza starts at 9

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The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is having their Inaugural Luminary Luncheon on Tuesday, April 16th at 12 pm.

The luncheon is hosted by the Lighthouse Luminaries who are ambassadors for the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum. The Luminaries meet socially to promote and fundraise for the preservation for the iconic Jupiter Lighthouse and other buildings onsite.

The proceeds raised from the luncheon will support the painting of their interior and exterior of the Lighthouse which takes place every 10 years.
The Luncheon is taking place Tuesday, April 16th from 12 pm to 2:30 pm at new The Pelican Club located at 1065 North Highway A1A in Jupiter. The Honorary Co-Chairs for the event are Joe Namath and Charles Modica.

Tickets are on sale now for

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If you live in West Palm Beach, come out this Saturday to see everything from art installations and murals to paintings and street art, all of it created by artists from around the globe. You can see everything West Palm Beach has to offer on this 90-min guided walking tour.

The art scene is growing in West Palm Beach so whether you are thinking about moving there, or if you already live in the Palm Beaches and want to get to know the area a bit more this is sure to be a great, educational experience.


The tour begins in the hotel lobby of the Hilton, a AAA Four Star Hotel at the genesis of the art and cultural movement with over 1,000 pieces of art in collection.

Morning Tours: Will begin with coffee and light bites inside the

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Two resorts in Palm Beach County have just recently received a Forbes Five-Star Award. Eau Palm Beach Resort and Spa and the Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach have received the awards. Its Eau Palm Beach Resort and Spa fourth consecutive year in a row getting the award. Two other Palm Beach County hotels have received four-star awards, The Breakers and Boca Raton Resort and Club. Eau Palm Beach Resort and Spa and the Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach are the only two hotels in Palm Beach County and two of eight hotels in Florida to get the award.

Forbes travels the world and makes their Forbes Travel Guide which is an annual list and ratings of some of the worlds most luxurious and legendary hotels, spas and restaurants. Forbes Travel Guide is in its 61st

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The Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach has recently reopened after being closed for months of renovations. The Museum hosts their Art After Dark series on Friday nights.

Every Friday night the museum stays open later for the event and features a series of different programs every week. The next Art After Dark series is this Friday, April 5th and this week will feature a performance by Poet Lenelle Moise. Moise will perform both music and poems that move between the memories of her growing up as a Haitian immigrant and pop culture. Ellen E. Roberts will be there leading a Curator Conversation about the Ralston Crawford Across Media exhibition and the museum’s cinema will present the classic film “Moon Over Miami” in the gardens of the museum.


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Friday night, the Village of Tequesta is hosting their monthly Food Truck Pow Wow at Constitution Park starting at 5 pm for the last Food Truck Pow Wow of the season.

The giant outdoor picnic is a great way to gather with your friends and community. The Food Trucks will line Constitution Park and feature some of the best specialty dishes, cuisine, desserts, comfort foods, and best gourmet food on wheels.

If you are planning on attending the last one of the season, be sure to bring your folding chairs and blankets for the ultimate Friday night picnic on the lawn. In addition to the great food, there will be music and entertainment during the night.

The Food Truck Pow Wow starts at 5 pm on Friday and goes until 9 pm. Constitution Park is located at 339

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The Downtown at the Gardens is hosting two upcoming events to celebrate Spring. The kid-friendly events include a Kid’s Garden to Table Cooking class and a Spring Hop-Opening celebration.

This Saturday, April 6th the outdoor lifestyle center is hosting their Peter Cotton Tail’s Garden to Table Cooking event. The kid-friendly cooking class features Easter-themed cooking with Miss Nancy and Grace from What’s Cooking Kids. The junior chefs will prepare vegetable butterflies from fresh veggies and make a potted plant with Oreos and pudding. The cost to attend the cooking class is $10 dollars and your ticket helps support the Els for Autism Foundation. To reserve a spot, call 561-727-2640.

Spring Hop-Opening is next Saturday, April 13th in the Centre

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