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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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Delray Beach, located in southern Palm Beach County, is a hidden gem in South Florida. Delray Beach, is settled between the Atlantic Ocean and Interstate 95, and gave itself the nickname of Village by the Sea.

Delray Beach is an affluent area that features many high-end retailers, shops, restaurants, and a downtown. Downtown Delray is primarily located on Atlantic Avenue between the intercoastal waterway and Swinton Avenue. The “Avenue” known to many locals, is a mix of gourmet restaurants, outdoor cafes, friendly bistros, boutiques, art centers, and a vibrant streetscape.

Delray is home to many art galleries, museums, miles of sandy beaches, many historic districts, science centers, and parks. Here you’ll find the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens,

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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.”

Choose

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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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Delray is known for its awesome restaurant and entertainment scene, and the good news is you don't have to wait until evening to enjoy it. There are a number of great spots open for breakfast and lunch; here are a choice of 3 with beautiful Atlantic views:

1. Latitudes

Latitudes is a stylish beachfront restaurant at the Delray Sands Resort. It was voted the "Best Resort Restaurant" in 2016 by the Palm Beach Post, validating that it serves up some of the best cuisine in the county. If you've never been, the award-winning Champagne Sunday Brunch is a great time to try Latitudes. It's complete with an artistic display of pastries, all your breakfast favorites, a fresh seafood raw bar, chef-hosted cooking stations, and of course, flowing champagne

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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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Four authentic Mediterranean restaurants just opened up in Boca Raton and Delray Beach. If you're looking for a new spot to try, you have a few great options:

Boca

Olive Pit Athenian Grille

Olive Pit is a kosher spot using imported ingredients from Greece and serving only imported Greek wine and beer. The Olive Pit gets its name because the restaurant uses olive pit briquettes for grilling. Olive pit briquettes are popular in Greece and Europe because they produce smoke-free, chemical-free heat. Try Greek specialties, favorites, and desserts at this new 84-seat eatery located in the Shoppes at Village Pointe. 

6006 S.W. 18th St.; 561-409-2049.

Prezzo

Prezzo was recently re-opened by Boca Raton's "Big Three," award-winning chef Mark

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Amongst all of the celebrations going on in South Florida for St. Patrick’s Day this year, one of the best is the Delray Beach St. Patrick’s Day Parade. 

This year marks a massive anniversary celebration as it is the 50th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade of Delray Beach is a spectacle you won’t want to miss. Led majestically by 70 World War II veterans and the South East Florida Honor Flight, the parade takes the streets by storm. The vets while be escorted by uniformed Firefighters and Police Officers from all over the United States, and beyond. Local singing artist Sarah Crane, from the HOW foundation, will sign our national anthem, as the veterans and first responders stop in front of Northern Trust bank. This is one of the best places to be in all

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Come to an incredible performance by acclaimed jazz pianist Emmet Cohen this Friday, February 2nd at the Arts Garage in Delray Beach.

Emmet Cohen, a powerful and charismatic performer, has been playing piano since the age of 3. Only 27 years old, he holds jazz piano degrees from both the Manhattan School of Music and the University of Miami. He has performed at legendary international nightspots and done collaborations with famous artists like Debbie Allen, Brian Lynch, and Christian McBride. He was also a finalist in both the American Pianists Association's Cole Porter Fellowship and the Thelonious Monk International Piano Competition. 

Cohen's range and abilities will move even the finest musicians and his many talents are truly impressive.

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Cheer for your team at one of the many spots in Palm Beach County celebrating Super Bowl LII with a watch party and specials. Check out these places below and see where you choose to watch the game this Sunday.

1. Grato

Grato is hosting an all-inclusive Super Bowl party with all-you-can-eat and drink specials. The buffet menu includes crab nachos, meatball spring rolls, sliders, buffalo chicken pizza, and Buccan’s hot dog panini. Drinks specials include Grato’s signature frozen Moscow Mule, endless draft beer, and endless wine on tap. On top of this menu, Grato will be roasting a pig at the outdoor BBQ pit also serving up baby back ribs and sausages served with housemade pickles, sauces, and breads. The event will be from 5:30- 10:30

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