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On the third Thursday of every month, Arts Garage, a growingly popular art gallery in Delray Beach, hosts a free art stroll. 

The art show invites local artists and craftsmen to come display their original work. The stroll supports and celebrates the local art scene and is a good way to meet new people, learn the artists' inspiration, and discover new creations. 

Locals and tourists alike enjoy gathering together each month at the art stroll in Delray. One of the fastest growing art scenes in the area, the Arts Garage has been ranked the Best gallery in Delray on Trip Advisor. 

If you are an artist, come showcase your work at the art stroll. There is a $15 exhibitor fee for a space. Sell your original crafts and be apart of the unique

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Come cheers to a hopeful new year on Thursday January 18th at the Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar. 

Enjoy a five course meal including Espresso-Rubbed Wagyu Carpaccio, Pork Belly Confit, Salt and Malt Vinegar Black Bass, Dry-Rubbed Lamb Loin Churrasco, and a chocolatier tasting. Each course showcases an exceptional Cabernet pairing. 

Dinner starts at 6:30 p.m. and costs $75 per person. For reservations call 561-266-3239.

1841 S Federal Hwy, Delray Beach, FL 33483.

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Ever feel like going out but not sure where to go? No worries! Craft Food Tours has you covered.

Craft Food Tours is a unique business in Delray Beach. Founded in 2016, the tour takes you around to the best food and drink spots in the area. The business was started by a pair of friends who traveled sampling some of the best food in the world. When the two were in Austin, Texas they had the idea to share their passion for high quality, locally sourced food with others. They started their business in the fastest growing "foodie" town they could think of- Delray. 

Taste your way through this lively beachy town one of two ways- on an afternoon tour or a happy hour evening tour.

The afternoon tour- The Craft Food & Drink Tour, is 3 hours long

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The Sandoway Discovery Center in Delray Beach gives visitors a look into South Florida's marine environments through educational exhibits and programs.

Visitors of all ages can get a close up view of Florida's native and invasive reptile species, see sharks and other marine life at the coral reef pool, explore Southeast Florida's largest private shell collection, and participate in events like beach clean ups. The center also has an observation deck, library, and plant and butterfly garden. All of these resources help guests learn about and enjoy Florida's unique coastal environment. 

The architectural details of the nature center are also impressions of early beach-front Florida living. From the open air porch, Dade County pine floors, Bald

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Palm Beach County is a popular destination for offshore fishing. Here you'll find Tarpon, Sailfish, Snook, Trout, and more. If you want to go fishing but don't feel like taking the boat out, the area has plenty of fishing piers. Here are the piers with the highest-rated Google reviews by fishermen.

1. Deerfield Beach International Fishing Pier

This pier is an attraction on the beach drawing thousands every year. 980 feet long, the pier stretches out over the clear water of Deerfield Beach and has great fishing and small shark fishing. Spectators often stroll on the pier to see what is being caught and look over the beautiful view the pier offers. The pier also has group and private fishing lessons and does community events like free fishing

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Ranked among some of the best art festivals across the nation, The 29th Annual Delray Beach Festival of the Arts is coming to town January 20th & 21st. "Celebrating its 29th year, this juried art festival of hand-crafted artwork including glass, photography, painting, mixed media, fiber, jewelry and much more.  This much anticipated, premiere Delray Beach art festival hosts hundreds of artists exhibiting and selling their work in an outdoor gallery that spans one mile of Atlantic Avenue from US1 all the way to A1A" a quote from ArtFestival.com. 

Come explore the crystal clear Atlantic Ocean or visit the unique galleries and boutiques. Downtown Delray Beach features exciting public artwork and working artists throughout the district, creating a warm and

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The live music venue, Tin Roof, is coming to Delray Beach. Tin Roof is a Nashville-based bar and restaurant chain centered around live music. It will be opening on Atlantic Avenue and have 3,500 square feet of indoor space and 3,000 square feet of outdoor space, with the largest patio on the Avenue. 

Bob Franklin, Tin Roof's chief executive, says he was attracted to Delray's lively downtown and is very excited for the venue to open. Though it is based out of Nashville, don't expect the Delray location to play exclusively country music. Each location is tailored to the area's local music scene. The Delray Tin Roof will also be booking indie rock bands and pop bands, Franklin said, and like all of there locations, will incorporate a wide range

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Sometimes it's a little hard to get into the Christmas spirit in Florida when you're walking around in flip flops. Well, get ready for Christmas nostalgia because Delray Beach has a Christmas Miracle! 

"Miracle" pop-up bar is going to put you in the holiday spirit real quick. The pop-up Christmas bar has over 50 locations across the country but only one in Florida and it's right here in Palm Beach County. Miracle has taken over the Death or Glory drinking den in Delray for the winter holiday. 

The bar has been transformed into your Christmas livingroom from childhood- with a few extras of course. It's a party place decorated for the season with Christmas trees, tinsel, shiny garlands, plastic Santas and reindeer, lots of lights, and of course-

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Come celebrate the start of Hanukkah in downtown Delray Beach on December 12th. A special tradition, the lighting of the first candle on the Menorah will be at sundown on Tuesday (around 5:30 p.m.).

The ceremonial lighting will take place on the grounds of Old School Square Park. It will be held right in front of the famous 100-foot tall Christmas tree. The huge tree is also a tradition in Delray, and it is a festivity for the people in the area. You can walk through the 100-foot Christmas tree and see different scenes like Santa's Workshop, a reindeer barn, and Twas the Night Before Christmas house. Travel & Leisure Magazine has named the tree the best Christmas tree in Florida. 

Celebrate Hanukkah with the customary lighting of the first

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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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