This Friday night, Town Center Drive in Downtown Abaoca will transform into a row of delicious and popular Food Trucks for the monthly Food Truck Invasions. The Food Trucks Invasions occur on the second Friday of every month.
The event is rain or shine and starts at 5 pm and goes until 9:30 pm. Some of the county’s most popular Food Trucks attend and feature their specialty cuisines along with tacos, burgers, desserts, salads, seafood, and much more.
You are welcomed to bring your own chairs, blankets and tables to sit and enjoy the food. There will also be a DJ playing some of the latest hits in the Abacoa Amphitheater.
For more information, visit their website.
Downtown Abacoa is located at 1200 Town Center Drive in Jupiter.
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This Friday night, the city of West Palm Beach is hosting their reoccurring Screen on the Green event from 7 pm to 10 pm.
Come and enjoy the free family-friendly outdoor movie on the waterfront with family friendly activities and more. Screen on the Green occurs on the second Friday of each month and this month the outdoor movie playing is Captain Marvel.
Captain Marvel is rated PG-13 and is about an extraterrestrial Kree warrior who finds herself caught in the middle of a battle. With help from a friend she tries to uncover the secrets from her past and using her superpowers to end the war with the evil Skrulls.
The movie starts at 7 pm on Friday night and guests are allowed to bring your own blankets and chairs to sit under the stars and watch the movie.
PGA National Resort and Spa is hosting their Fifth Annual Craft Beer Bash this Saturday, August 10th.
The popular event features more than 150 varieties of craft beers and hard ciders with focus on Florida breweries. You’ll also have a chance to vote for your favorite beer and cider to help pick the winner of the People’s Choice Award. Last year, Twisted Trunk Brewery won Best Craft Beer and Rekorderling won Best Cider.
The Craft Beer Bash benefits Bluewater Babes Charitable Trust, a non-profit public charity committed to providing financial assistance to local breast cancer and ovarian cancer patients in financial need.
The event is Saturday, August 10th from 5 pm to 8 pm. There will be live music and entertainment, shopping vendors, food stations
The City of West Palm Beach is hosting their weekly Clematis By Night this Thursday, August 8th as part of their Summer in Paradise events. The event starts at 6 pm on Clematis street near the waterfront this Thursday night.
Come and enjoy entertainment and music from two local bands. In addition to the live music and entertainment, there will also be great food from local restaurants and food trucks, and shopping.
The first band to play is 56 Ace, an energetic modern country rock band that has performed at the Coral Sky Amphitheater, festivals and casinos. The band’s playlist ranges from country to rock and pop. The second band to take the stage is The Goodnicks, a 3-part melodic pop rock ensemble that perform all genres of music from some of the latest
The Kravis Center for Performing Arts in West Palm Beach has announced their new upcoming 2019/2020 season for their popular Kravis on Broadway Series.
This season, seven Broadway shows will take the stage this fall. The Kravis Center will also be revealing some of their new enhancements and exciting new changes from their expansion project that is currently underway.
Tickets for the first three shows this season will be on sale, either online or at the box office on October 5th. The remaining “on sale” dates will be announced for the remaining four shows at a later date.
The Kravis on Broadway Schedule includes:
Fiddler on the Roof: November 12th through November 17th
The Play That Goes Wrong: December 10th through December 15th
A Bronx Tale: January
Formally known as Whitehall, the Flagler Museum is one of the most famous homes and landmarks on the island of Palm Beach. The grand estate features 100,000 square feet and was built in 1902 by Henry Flagler as a wedding gift to his wife Mary.
Flagler was an American Industrialist and founder of Standard Oil and is known for developing Florida’s East Coast and responsible for making Palm Beach, America’s first resort destination. For the construction of the estate, Flagler commissioned John Carrere and Thomas Hastings to design and build the mansion. Carrere and Hastings were also the architects for the New York Public Library and the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City during the Gilded Age.
The front of the estate has a red barrel tile roof and giant
The Grassy Water Preserve is hosting their Kayak Cruise on Saturday, August 3rd at their Nature Center.
During the Kayak Cruise, you’ll guide through the shallow waters of the Everglades while learning about the history and ecology of the Grassy Water Preserve.
The Kayak Cruise begins at 9:30 am on Saturday, August 3rd. With Check-in beginning at 9 am at the Nature Center on Northlake Boulevard. Space is limited and reservations are required to participate. Children must be 6 years old or older with a participating adult. The cost is $10 dollars per adult and $5 dollars per child.
To reserve your spot, call the Nature Center at 561-804-4985. You are asked to bring closed-toed shoes, refillable water bottles, a hat and sunscreen. The cruise starts at 9:30
Everyday throughout the month of August, the Loggerhead Marinelife Center is hosting their Hatchling Releases.
The Hatchling Release program is a unique experience that allows the public to learn about the nesting and hatching process of sea turtles. The program is an after-hours program and begins at 8 pm every night during the month. The night begins where visitors can view the center’s current sea turtle patients in their outdoor Sea Turtle Hospital, followed by a trip down to the beach to see a Marinelife staff member release a sea turtle hatchling into the ocean.
The Sea Turtle Hatching Releases are $18 dollars per person or $16 dollars for Loggerhead Marinelife Center Members. Space is limited so you are asked to register to reserve your spot,
The Lion Country Safari in Loxahatchee has added a new water park and it is now open for business. The new Safari Falls is a much anticipated 10,000 square foot water attraction that opened Wednesday, July 31st.
Safari Falls features a 550-gallon dump bucket that splashes water every 5 minutes, water slides and water cannons. The new attraction is included in the cost of admission to the park and is located in the original Safari Splash Playground which was mainly used by small children. The new attraction is three times the size of the original water area and can accommodate up to 300 guests at a time.
Lion Country Safari is a drive through safari park, amusement park and now water park that is located on over 600 acres with over 1000 animals in
This weekend the Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium in Jupiter is hosting a Hawaiian Luau during the Jupiter Hammerheads baseball game.
During the event there will be an authentic family-style Hawaiian dinner, specialty cocktails, Polynesian Dance performances from Mai-Kai, and a raffle to win two airplane vouchers for flights to Hawaii. Be sure to wear your favorite Hawaiian print shirt to the event.
The Jupiter Hammerheads will be playing the Florida Fire Frogs this Saturday night as well. The gates open at 4:30 pm and the game starts at 5:30 pm. Click here to purchase tickets to the baseball game.
Tickets for the event cost $125 per person and the cost includes the dinner, cocktails, dance performance and the raffle. The event benefits the Quantum House, a