All Blog Entries by Lacey Hagler

There are currently 163 blog entries published by Lacey Hagler.

In a few weeks, pirates and mermaids will be taking over Boynton Beach for a haunted festival in true South Florida fashion. Pirates, mermaids, and other mythical creatures flood the streets for a day filled with family fun and entertainment.

Beginning with the firing of a cannon, there are ten different areas with an array of wild attractions to experience.

Field of Danger

Flippin’ Fools show of their acrobatic tendencies, and Ichabod Wainright performs insane stunts, stacking chairs, and juggling knives with assistant Samantha Stagewonder.

Walker D. Plank Stage

Enjoy pirate-inspired live music, including bagpipes played by The Rogues, For Love or Money, The Bawdy Boys, and Pub Sing.

Black Pearl Stage

Experience Lady Ophelia’s

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The natural language of around 500,000 deaf people in the US and Canada is American Sign Language (ASL). Loggerhead Marinelife Center has decided to make things easier for their wide range of visitors by offering ASL tours in addition to their regularly scheduled daily tours.

ASL-guided tours are now available upon request and led by a fluent guide ready to share exciting educational information about their incredible sea turtle research and rehabilitation efforts. Tours usually last for an hour and are $10 a person with a five-person or $50 minimum.

For more information about the multiple guided tours provided at Loggerhead, visit marinelife.org or contact Sue Thompson at sthompson@marinelife.org.

14200 U.S. Highway 1, Juno Beach;

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The 65th Stuart Sailfish Club Light Tackle Tournament will be held December 5th-8th to benefit the club’s scholarship fund. Every year, the Club provides scholarships to five Martin County students furthering their education in the fields of Marine Science, Marine Biology, or Marine Conservation.

The tournament includes two divisions; Light Tackle and the Treasure Coast Championship. The event includes a kick-off party and nightly festivities. All registered participants are provided a daily breakfast, a lunch to go, and a BBQ on the dock each night, followed by the awards banquet dinner on Saturday, December 8th.

Receive 10% off by registering before November 23rd online.

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Stone Crab Season began in Florida state waters yesterday, and while this sweet succulent meat is allowed to be harvested until May, there are a few things you need to know.

Minimum Size Limit

Stone crab claws must measure at least 2 ¾ inches in length. Learn how to measure them properly HERE.

Daily Bag Limit

Individuals are allowed to harvest 1 gallon of claws per person or 2 gallons of claws per vessel, whichever is less.

How to Harvest

The claws are the only part to be taken from a stone crab, as they grow back when separated from the body properly. The law permits both claws to be harvested if they are of legal size, but it is courtesy to only harvest one claw per crab. This practice leaves the crab with a method of defense, and

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Stone crabs are a delicacy in South Florida, and federal wildlife protection agencies like FWC would like to keep them abundant. In order to do that, they’ve made a minimum size for these delicious crustacean limbs. Here’s how to measure stone crab claws.

Stone crab claws must measure at least 2 ¾-inches in length measured by a straight line from the elbow to the tip of the lower immovable finger. This is the largest section of the claw that has both a movable and immovable finger, and is located farthest from the body of the crab.

For more information, visit http://myfwc.com/fishing/saltwater/commercial/stone-crab/

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In the United States, heart disease is the #1 cause of death, while stroke is the #4 cause. This includes both men and women, young and old, no matter your ethnicity. These are scary numbers, but I have great news! Not only is death from heart disease 80% preventable, but there’s a big way you can help encourage others in Palm Beach County to live a healthier life and support medical research and education at the same time- join the Heart Walk!

On November 17th, 2018, The American Heart Association Heart Walk will take place at Meyer Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach, and your friends at Waterfront Properties & Club Communities would like to invite you to join in on the fun for a cause!

Leading up to the Palm Beach County Heart Walk, participate

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The Equine Rescue and Adoption Foundation (ERAF) invites you to join the 3rd Annual Country Festival presented by Infiniti Stuart.

The festival will feature fun for the whole family including pony rides, barn tours, trick-or-treating, live music by the Samantha Russel Band, a dance demonstration by the Cactus Moon Dance Club, and food made by the Martin County Sherriff’s Office Grill Team. Food is courtesy of Corner Café Tequesta, and beer is provided by Hop Life Brewing Company.

Entry is $3 a person, and all proceeds benefit the rescue horses of Equine Rescue & Adoption Foundation.

The festival will take place on Sunday, October 21st 12-4pm at 6400 SW Martin Hwy in Palm City, Florida.

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Art galleries in Palm Beach are aplenty. Here are a few you shouldn't miss out on it you appreciate visual art.

Ann Norton Scultpure Gardens

Ann Norton’s work in bronze, stone, and wood are large, monumental sculptures designed to be hidden by the immense foliage of the gardens surrounding them. Encompassed in deep South Florida history, her intention was to create a rare experience of powerful manmade art pieces juxtaposed by the natural landscape. With over 250 rare palm species, this garden holds the most vast collection of palm trees in Florida.

253 Barcelona Rd.

West Palm Beach, Florida 33401

 

Arthouse 429

This small, elegant gallery has everything from sculpture to painting to photography. The shows are well curated, and

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Green market season is here, and South Florida farmers and artisans have an abundance of fresh produce, Florida oranges, tropical fruit, eggs, milk, cheese, honey, and baked goods to offer. We've put together a helpful list for you to find the best green market near you.

Delray Beach Green Market

65 food vendors offer fresh produce, Florida citrus, tropical fruit and juice, farm-fresh eggs, raw milk and butter, artisan cheese and jam, baked goods, gluten-free, vegan, organic products, fresh flowers, and live music.


Old School Square Park
NE 2nd Avenue
Saturdays 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. running Oct. 27 - May 18, 2019.
Dogs: Yes
Parking: Free at the parking garage in Old Square Park.

 

Downtown Fort Pierce Farmer’s Market

Ranked in top 5

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During the mid 17th century, legend has it that pirates found refuge 450 miles off the port of Palm Beach on the Bahamian island of Mayaguana. After long ocean voyages, they dug a well in the middle of the island in search of drinkable water, and would fill their casks before setting sail once again.

Fast forward to present day, and Pirate’s Well in Lake Park toasts to this sentiment as a friendly refuge for Northern Palm Beach locals to quench their thirst after leisurely days on the water with family and friends. Since 2010, owner Larry Marble has welcomed locals and treated them like family.

The culture of this beloved local watering hole was threatened earlier this year when the Lake Park location had to close due to an accidental

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