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Brew At The Zoo is back again for another year and is coming to the Palm Beach Zoo this Saturday, April 6th. The annual event celebrates some of South Florida’s booming craft beer scene.

Visitors will walk through the Zoo and get a chance to sample some amazing beer from at least 25 of our local brewers, with 2 samples from each stop totaling more than 60 beers to try from. The beer at the event is beer brewed within 100 miles of the Palm Beach Zoo and the beer festival has the lowest carbon footprint in the Southeast.

This year will include new feature such as a new VIP area, new brew logo t-shirts, new food trucks and new beer pilsners, entertainment, games in the foundation, new admission times and extended event hours.

Tickets are required in

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Art Affair West Palm Beach is back again for the 9th year in a row and will take place this week starting today through Sunday, April 7th.

The 7-day art event in downtown West Palm Beach features a series of cultural and art events. Some of the events include the 9th Annual Downtown West Palm Beach Arts Festival, CityPlace’s signature Friday Night “Growing Good” family friendly event, live painting from 10 local artists, interactive demonstrations, workshops and much more. In addition to the week-long events, there are several ongoing art events and yoga classes going on, click here to see the schedule.

In addition to the art festival activities, there are more than 10 public murals located around CityPlace painted by local and international artists.

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The Town of Jupiter is hosting their annual Coastal Fest 2019 this Saturday at Harbourside Place. The free family friendly event takes place along the intracoastal waterways on the Plaza down under The Riverwalk.

The coastal themed event features a kid’s treasure island filled with children’s activities, bounce houses, photo opportunities with a large pirate ship and pirates’ characters, local food vendors, beer and wine vendors, homemade crafts available for purchase and more.

The live music will be The Gratitude Steel Drum Band from 1 pm to 3 pm. Some of the local food vendors include Chowder Heads, Tropical Sips, Best French Fries, Ps561 Food Truck, Nothing Bundt Cake, Rosa Ice Cream and Blue Dog Shaved Ice.

The event starts at noon from 5 pm on The

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There are several weekly concerts going on throughout Jupiter and Palm Beach Gardens this weekend.

The Downtown at the Gardens host their Concerts in the Court every Friday night. The free concert in the Center Court features a diverse musical lineup of local and regional bands and tribute bands. The music features every genre from pop, rock, country, hip-hop, blues, R&B, jazz and much more. Seating is provided for you to enjoy the music. Tonight, the Downtown is hosting their weekly concert starting at 6 pm through 9 pm with musical performances by The Samantha Russell Band. The Samantha Russell Band is a high energy country band that mixes country, rock and pop together for the perfect blend. Click here to view their website.

Harbourside Place in

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The Loggerhead Marinelife Center hosts a Kid’s Fishing Program every Saturday from October through April at the Juno Beach Pier.

Children who attend the fishing program will learn the basic fishing techniques including knot tying, casting, proper release protocols, and species identification. They will also learn about the conversation of the ocean, habit protection, sea turtle recuses, and the importance of collecting and recycling the fishing line.

The program runs on Saturday mornings from 9 am to 11 am at the Juno Beach Pier. The next one is this Saturday, March 30th. Registration is required due to limited space. The children who attend will leave the fishing program with the experience and knowledge needed to be a responsible angler.

The program

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The popular Gardens Mall located in Palm Beach Gardens is a one of South Florida’s premier shopping destinations.

The mall features 1.4 million square feet of 160 specialty shops, major anchor store such as Macy’s, Nordstrom’s, Sears, Saks Fifth Avenue and Bloomingdales, and many great restaurants to enjoy.

The two-story mall opened in 1988 and is celebrating 30 years this year and has recently added more shops and restaurants to its directory.

The mall features many restaurants serving everything from pasta, Asian food, pizza, salads, steaks, and everything in between. The restaurants in the Gardens Mall include Bloomingdales B-Café, Brio Tuscan Grille, California Pizza Kitchen, Cooper’s Hawk Winery and Restaurant, Nordstorm’s Café Bistro, P.F.

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Palm Beach County has a variety of classic museums, like the Norton Museum of Art and the Society of Four Arts, where you can go an enjoy air-conditioned art. But it also has several other places where you can casually enjoy unique outdoor art. Here are a few that you might enjoy.

The Philip Hulitar

This serene and inspiring garden on Palm Beach mixes works of art with the natural masterworks of plant and flower. Visiting the Philip Hulitar Sculpture Garden will show you a place where the art of man has been blended with nature, with exceptional results

Mounts Botanical Garden

Created in 1938, Mounts Botanical Garden was intended as a guide for local homeowners building their own tropical gardens. Over the decades the garden became much

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This Saturday, March 30th in Downtown Abacoa the Town of Jupiter and Jupiter Police is hosting their annual Touch A Truck event for children and families.

The family-friendly event allows children and their parents to get an up-close view and be able to touch and learn about the variety of vehicles and trucks and how they service our community. Some of the trucks and vehicles at the event include a fire truck, police vehicles, trackers, ambulances, utility trucks, school buses, garbage trucks, construction equipment, and tow trucks.

There will also be a DJ playing the latest hits, bounce houses, games, a toddler play area, face painting and much more. Food will be available for purchase from various restaurants in Abacoa such as Stadium Grill, The

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Every Thursday at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center they host an ArtSEA Kids Paint Class during the winter months.

The class begins at 10:30 am and is designed to help introduce basic sea turtle conservation and biology in young children. The art classes are geared toward children ages 3 to 5 years old.

The art class begins with a short ocean themed story and includes hands on activities before painting. Children will have to opportunity to take home their painted sea turtle figurines once the class has finished.

The class costs $10 dollars for painters and $18 dollars for two painters. Registration is required prior to the class. The next class is this Thursday, March 28th. Click here for more information.

The Loggerhead Marinelife Center is located at

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This week in Wellington there are plenty of events for you to attend including a Food Truck and Concert Series, Family Movie Night and a Green Market.

Tomorrow Thursday, March 28th the Wellington Amphitheater hosts its monthly Food Truck and Live Concert Series. Starting at 5 pm, the food trucks line up and prepare some of their best foods for you to enjoy. The food trucks range from burgers, seafood, pastries, desserts, tacos, Asian and much more. All are welcomed to come and enjoy some great food for your local food trucks. Also, there will be live music by The Goodnicks who play everything from pop, rock, dance and country starting at 6:30 pm. Bring your chairs and blankets for a great night. For more information, click here.

Friday, March 29th,

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