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The 4th Annual Summer GreenMarket in Delray is every Saturday, and there is only 2 more Delray GreenMarket for the summer.

The Summer Market is a smaller version of Delray’s Winter Market that hosts approximately 30 vendors every week in the winter.

The market takes place in the newly branded neighborhood in Delray called The Set. The Set was originally one of the earliest settlements in South Florida. The friendly neighborhood is a mix of friends, visionaries, neighbors, entrepreneurs and innovators dedicated to the area that lives up to its motto for “Live, Play, Grow, Groove…The Set is the place Where You Can”.

There are only two remaining dates left and one of them is this Saturday, July 21st, and then the last one is next Saturday, July 28th for the

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Join the Jonathan Dickinson State Park next Saturday night, July 28th for the Full Moon Night Trail Run. The trail run is a challenging 10 mile run through the wildlife in 13 natural communities, including pine flat woods, mangroves, rover swamps, and sand pine scrub. Runners should expect to get wet and dirty throughout the trails.

Throughout the run, there will be four aid stations located throughout the trail with guides to help you endure the epic night fun run, as well as volunteers and a full medical and emergency staff. At the finish line at the end of the run, there will be free cold beer and burritos to enjoy the night.

The race sold out the last couple of years, so don’t miss out. Click here to register.

The race starts at 8pm and the run will be

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The iconic Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse is celebrating its 158th Anniversary this upcoming Tuesday, July 10th. The Jupiter Lighthouse was lit for the first time on July 10th, 1860 and is still in in use today.

The lighthouse is now owned by the United States Coast Guard and became one of just two other lighthouses in the United States to have become an Outstanding Natural Area 10 years ago.

During the anniversary festivities, visitors will be able to tour the museum, visit the Lighthouse Deck, Lighthouse and Keepers Workshop, Seminole Chickee, and Tindall Pioneer Homestead.

In order to climb up the lighthouse tower steps, children must be 48 inches tall. Children ages 18 and under will received free admission on Tuesday from 10 am to 4 pm. Adult ticket prices

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Calling all photography lovers. The Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach is hosting their fourth annual Juno Beach Pier Photo Contest. The Center began taking submissions on Monday, July 2nd and will last until Friday, August 10th.

Last year alone, there was over 80 photo submissions and over 40,000 views on Facebook from both beginners and experts in photography. The Juno Beach Pier is an icon in Palm Beach County and is widely popular attraction for fishermen, photographers and locals for years.

The pier is run by the Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach. The sea turtle research and rehabilitation center operate the 990-foot pier overlooking the beach and the ocean. The pier is open everyday from sunrise to sunset. The cost to fish off the

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Come and explore the entire Palm Beach Zoo Saturday, July 14th for their reoccurring Food Truck Safari. The Food Truck Safari’s occur on the second Saturday of every month from June to August. The event includes dozens of food trucks in Palm Beach County gather to serve some best gourmet food.

There will also be live music and entertainment by The Earl Trio, as well as a cash bar, and NOBO Brewing Company taking over the beer taps.

Participating Food Trucks include:
Churrasco Grill
Curbside Gourmet
Curry In A Hurry
Don’t Spill The Beans Coffee
Gastros Geeks
Hoffman’s Sweet Ride
Que Rico
That Vegan Food Truck

Tickets are available at the gate. The ticket price does not include the food and beverages. The participating food trucks accept cash or credit

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The Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium in Downtown Abacoa in Jupiter is hosting its annual Mega Bash for the Fourth of July.
The Mega Bash is the event of the summer and includes minor league baseball, cornhole tournaments, kid’s activities, food, drinks, patriotic programming, bounce houses, and of course fireworks.

The two-night event starts tonight with a baseball game from the Jupiter Hammerheads versus the Florida Firefrogs. The game starts at 6:30 pm followed by a huge holiday firework display after the game around 9 pm. Click here to purchase tickets for tonight’s game.

Tomorrow night for the 4th of July, the baseball game is against the Palm Beach Cardinals versus the Daytona Tortugas. The game also starts at 6:30 pm followed by extravagant firework

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Within the next two months, the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum in Jupiter will be getting a new walking trail. The new 500-foot path will be made of gravel and is expected to be completed by the end of July or early August. The new path will lead to the water and shoreline.

The path will increase the area to public access, will have native plants species will be planted along the pathway to preserve the shorelines ecosystem, prevent erosion, to protect the cultural resources, and to provide more recreational activities in the community. The new project came about due to the increasing use of the slope near the cemetery located on the historic site. Dirt is expected to be delivered this week to start the project.

The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse is owned by

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Located along the Intracoastal waterway in Jupiter is the premier destination for dining, shopping, entertainment, luxury hotel accommodations and much more. Harbourside Place provides a classic coastal vibe with bright colored buildings and palm tree lined streets.

Each month the outdoor shopping and entertainment center hosts several events for all ages including, car shows, live music at the amphitheater 3 days a week, kid’s activities, waterfront farmer’s markets, yoga on the roof top, Pontiki cruises, and much more. Click here to view Harbourside’s calendar of events.

More than 13 shops and 8 restaurants line the streets of Harbourside and some of them include, Another Broken Egg Cafe, Francesca’s, Tommy Bahama Shop and Restaurant, White House Black

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Next month a new mini golf course is set to open in downtown Abacoa in Jupiter. The 18-hole mini golf course is going to be called Golden Cub Mini Golf.

The course is designed by Nicklaus Design, a company founded and run by the retired professional golfer and Palm Beach County native Jack Nicklaus. The golf design company brought experts in to create a smaller version of a typical golf course. The mini golf course includes sloped grounds, landscaping and bunkers.

Scattered around throughout the course visitors will find giant yellow bears, which are inspired by Nicklaus’ nickname “the Golden Bear”. The golf course has partnered with Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation and for each full round of golf, $ 1 dollar will be donated to the foundation.

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This upcoming weekend the Turtleman Triathlon will be taking place along the beaches of Jupiter and Juno Beach. Participants will ride down A1A along the beach, swim in the warm Atlantic Ocean, and run through Carlin Park. The triathlon is this upcoming Saturday, June 30th with check in starting at 5:30 am.

The triathlon includes two races, the Super Sprint and the Sprint. The Super Sprint distance is perfect for first timers. The Super Sprint includes a 300-yard swim, 1.2-mile run, and a 5-mile bike ride. Check out the course maps for the run, bike ride, and swim for the Super Sprint.

The Sprint race includes a 600-yard swim, 10-mile bike ride, and a 3.1-mile run. The Sprint includes more of a faster pace. Check out the course maps for the run, bike, and

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