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Sunday, April 22nd is Earth Day, a day dedicated to educating the public and to help end pollution. The Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens in West Palm Beach is hosting an Earth Day event this Sunday from 11 am to 3 pm.

The family friendly event plans to bring important local organizations together that are dedicated to protecting the environment and raising awareness in our communities. The event will also feature fun activities for the whole family including a Discovery Hunt and interactive learning stations.

The Earth Day celebration that was held last year has now been revamped for this year featuring several members from the Loggerhead Marinelife Center, South Florida Science Center and Aquarium, Manatee Lagoon, and other organizations will be at the event

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Enjoy fresh, local seafood just steps from the ocean. In Palm Beach, there is only one true outdoor restaurant at the ocean’s edge. Atlantic Bar and Grill, located in the Four Seasons Resort, 2800 South Ocean Boulevard, Palm Beach serves lunch and dinner daily.

The Executive Chef, Tory Martindale, feels food should be fun and whimsical.  He is quoted as saying, “I love to create dishes by mixing different cultural pinpoints of flavor and style. A chef’s mind is a giant library of flavors, combinations, techniques and plating concepts. Whenever I build a dish, it’s like flipping through a massive directory and finding the nuances that may connect one item to another and then synergizing it all into what you are creating at the moment.”

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Easter is just around the corner and so are the fun Easter Egg Hunts for kids filled with candy and treats to celebrate the upcoming holiday.

Here is a list of some of the best Easter Egg Hunts going on in Palm Beach County this weekend.

West Palm Beach’s Spring Fling Brunch and Giant Egg Hunt:
Howard Park in West Palm Beach is hosting the event this Saturday, March 31st. The Spring Fling and Brunch will feature an all you can eat breakfast with the Easter Bunny from 10:15 am to 11:45 am. The egg hunt starts at 10 am with thousands of eggs for children 12 and under. The Easter Egg Hunt is free, and the brunch is $3 dollars for children and $5 dollars for adults. Call 561-804-4900 for more information.

Jupiter Easter Egg Hunt
The Jupiter Community Center Park

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Throw on your favorite shade of green this weekend; there are lots of St. Paddy’s Day parties happening throughout Palm Beach County.

Jupiter: Abacoa's St. Patrick's Day Block Party

The Abacoa community is throwing a full-on, all-day block party on St. Paddy’s Day from 1-9 p.m. It'll be happening on Town Center Drive featuring beer pong, corn hole tournaments, a DJ, face painting, lots of food and drinks, arts and crafts, kids games and more.

1203 Town Center Dr., Jupiter. 

Palm Beach Gardens: Paddy Mac's St. Patrick's Day Festival

Paddy Mac's restaurant will be throwing a celebration on St. Paddy's at noon. There will be live music by Irish bands, competitions and prizes, and awesome food and drinks served by the fireplace and at

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For the past 19 years, the Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge has held the Everglades Day Festival, a family event to have fun while learning. 

Discover the creatures, history, and archeology of the Everglades in the wetlands at the Loxahatchee Refuge. The festival is all outdoors and offers adventures through the park that you can't do anywhere else. Learn from wildlife presentations and exhibits featuring cool animals that live in this ecosystem like alligators and birds of prey. Play games, go on a guided hike, paddle around canoeing, ar try fishing. Enjoy speakers and demonstrations, live music, and food trucks.

This environmental event celebrates the beauty of our local ecosystems and brings family together for a da of outdoor fun. 

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Join Due South Brewing Company in Boynton Beach for Trench Day, the annual beer festival held every January to celebrate the release the brewery's Mariana Trench Imperial Stout. Theaward-winning beer is made with vanilla and cocoa and is 10% alcohol by volume.

Sample more than 40 beers at the festival all from Due South. From beers not brewed in years to ones distributed around the state, come enjoy unique tastes and a good crowd at the Trench Day celebration this Saturday. Get unlimited beer sampling, take your pick to eat at one of the many food trucks on site, and guaranteed access to 16 ounce cans of the famous Mariana Trench Imperial Stout. The festival is from 3- 6 p.m. 

2900 High Ridge Rd., Boynton Beach, FL 33426.

For FAQs, the beer

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Explore the wonder and beauty of Florida’s habitats by joining the experienced and educated staff at Green Cay Wetlands for a Guided Tour or Bird Walk. Green Cay Wetlands is a stunning nature preserve in Boynton Beach, Florida. The preserve spans 100 acres and is home to beautiful estuaries, waterways, mangrove swamps and hundreds of species of animals, fish, insects and plants. 

Green Cay Wetlands feature miles of boardwalk that soar over the water and the swamps, perfect for viewing the scenery that surrounds. Along with the acres of beautiful nature, the miles of boardwalk there is also the Green Cay Nature Center. The Nature Center features a number of great exhibits for kids and adults alike. Some of the exhibits you can see here include a

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"Albert on the Avenue" is Boynton Beach's newest art installation on E. Ocean Avenue in the city's cultural district. 

The outdoor exhibit features 6 massive painted metal sculptures created by one of the world's most prominent metal sculptors, Albert Paley. The 6 pieces weigh a total of 17 tons. The colorful "Cavalcade" stretches 40 feet high, making it the tallest public art in Palm Beach County. 

The incredible display is along the blue Atlantic Ocean, making it a serene area to walk and very easy to navigate. The self-guided tour will take about 30 minutes to explore. A cool feature; Each sculpture has a plaque with a code you can enter into your smart phone for descriptive commentary from artist Albert Paley. 

The art will be on the

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A holiday-time event that is unique to Southern Florida is the Boat Parade. All throughout southern Florida’s waterways local boat owners decorate their vessels with millions of lights to celebrate the holiday season. The glistening boats line up and parade throughout the waterways for local spectators to watch. This year is the 45th Annual Boynton Beach Boat Parade. 

The parade will begin on Friday, December 8th at 6:00pm. “This flotilla of brightly-decorated boats will line up at the Lantana Bridge near Old Key Lime House and motor south along the Intracoastal Waterway to the C-15 canal in Delray. The event at the Boynton Harbor Marina starts at 6:00 pm with live music setting the stage for the parade to start at 6:30 pm. Other viewing areas are

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One of the greatest qualities of Palm Beach County is its bountiful natural environments. The local people and seasonal residents alike have cherished the wildlife and natural beauty of our area for decades and because of the love we feel for Florida’s natural environment many of local refuges and sanctuaries exist. Here are some of the top places to visit if you adore nature and want to preserve Florida’s natural beauty and wildlife! 

 Arthur R. Marshal Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge in Boynton Beach 

Located just north of the Everglades in Boynton Beach, Florida is the Arthur R. Marshal Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge is a dedicated organization that is devoted to preserving the wildlife of the Florida Everglades. 

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