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The Jupiter Artisan and Farmers Market, located at Harbourside Place, 150 North U.S. Highway One, Jupiter, hosts the market this Sunday, August 20, 2017 from 10:00 am – 3:00 p.m. A farmer’s market is a physical location featuring foods sold directly by farmers and other vendors to sell directly to consumers. Typically, there are booths, tables or stands and the public.

Fresh food from the local farmers tastes and looks better.  Crops are picked at their peak. Markets like these are an important part of the community.  They offer social, economic and environmental vivacity to the community.  It also a chance to meet others within the Jupiter area.

If you are looking to buy the freshest fruits and veggies, then try locally grown enjoy a stroll

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Put some fun in going back to school with a bash! Parents have a lot on their plate: mortgage payments, healthcare, caring for elderly parents, raising kids, just to name a few. As the new school year approaches, school age children face stressors too. Put some fun in going back to school with a bash! Kids will relax and enjoy several craft stations, snacks, treats, and so much more!

The Gardens Mall, Kids Club, in Palm Beach Gardens, meets each month for complimentary events for the entire family. This Saturday, August 19, 2017, join The Kids Club “Kids Back to School Bash” event. The club offers exclusive discounts, amenities, and invitations to special events. For infants and toddlers, The Gardens Mall Kids Clubhouse becomes the babies’

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Over 10,000 years ago Native American tribes began migrating into Florida. The tribes settling in modern-day Palm Beach  Florida. Juan Ponce de León, who led a European expedition in 1613 discovered Florida. He was the first non-Native American recorded to land modern day Jupiter area.

Jupiter is the northernmost town in Palm Beach County, Florida,  and  a fascinating community.  It has been chiseled by it’s the abounding coastal culture and plentiful waterways.  

Paddleboard  with sea turtles, manatees, dolphins and catch a glimpse of a multitude of birds on any given day.  Kayak or paddle your way through the mangrove estuaries and spot osprey, nesting pelicans, great blue heron, and a variety of other bird species.  Take the opportunity go

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Dining on a dime is part of our DNA, sometimes an inexpensive meal may hit the spot after a long day.  Dining out can cost you a small fortune, but it certainly doesn’t have to. It just takes a little pre-planning, Take a look at a couple of the best"cheap eats" in Palm Beach County for classic grub from pizza to burgers, to deli sandwiches. It’s never better time for budget eating it’s not just fast junk food but a quick balanced dinner option. You can get bargain-hunter great burgers or just a quick hot meal diners and luncheonettes. Here are the year’s best cheap eats Palm Beach County has to offer.

BurgerFi, Harbourside, 147 Soundings Avenue, Jupiter, FL.

BurgerFi is a healthy option people serving only the “finest natural, certified angus

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The Lighthouse Cove, 617 North Alternate A1A, Jupiter is a entertaining miniature golf course.  It is a 36-hole, 2 18 hole mini-courses, facility located in Jupiter and is open 7 days a week.  Check out the the YouTube video here https://youtu.be/rD0dCoX7Uts.

Lighthouse Cove is a tropical fishing village-themed miniature golf with lots of recreated sea life, boats, waterfalls, caves and more.  You can learn about the history of the Town of Jupiter while playing on one of the two courses.  Jupiter has an interesting back story based on the beautiful waterways.  The Jupiter Inlet was a much used Inlet for rum rummers, a notorious gangster was rumored to have a hide out in the Jupiter Farms area and kids rode to school in boat as a school bus. 

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You have been searching for that perfect oceanfront condominium in the Jupiter, Juno Beach or Singer Island area and now you are picturing yourself on the balcony looking over swaying palms and the gentle breeze off the Atlantic Ocean in your face.  There are a few important questions you need to ask before buying a condominium.  A professional real estate agent with Waterfront Properties and Club Communities condominium specialist can help you get the answers.

Whatever the reason, many individuals appreciate condominium living. You frequently get a spa like pool and fitness center, as well as a security, insuring privacy as well as the opportunity to own a home without having to worry about all the caretaking responsibilities.

First, take a

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Image courtesy of Guanabana's Island Restaurant

Jupiter residents have been noticing the latest, state-of-the-art food truck around.  Guanabanas Island Restaurant and Bar is now on four wheels.  Cruising around the northern end of Palm Beach County, the Guanabanas mobile kitchen is offered for festivals and events in Palm Beach County. 

In the United States, the Texas chuck wagon is a pioneer to the modern day food truck. In 1866, a Texas cattle rancher tailored a sturdy old United States Army wagon with interior shelves and drawers.  It was stocked with kitchenware, medical supplies, water, dried beans, coffee, cornmeal, bacon, salted pork, beef, and other easy foods, which were easy to preserve.

A food truck is a large truck equipped to

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The condominiums of The Oceanfront at Juno Beach have perfected beachfront living in Palm Beach County with unobstructed views of the sparkling, blue Atlantic Ocean.  The Town of Juno Beach is delightfully and it had miles of unspoiled beach.  The amazing waterfront condominiums of are four per floor, 4 bedroom, 5 ½ bath, and family room. 

It has been said that living in Oceanfront “feels like living in a private, beach front home, not a condominium”.  The oceanfront homes offer unparalleled privacy. Discerning property owners  appreciate spacious carefully designed floor plans, wrap around balconies, and private elevators.  With only 12 floors, and two residences per floor, Oceanfront at Juno Beach, offers a warm an inviting atmosphere.  Amenities

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Photo courtesy of The Palm Beach Post blog. 

The beloved Loggerhead Marinelife Center (LMC) located in Juno Beach, Florida is more than just a place to visit turtles and see amazing, local marine life. It is a place of miracles. The loving and intelligent staff at LMC work constantly to save, rehabilitate and release sea turtles that have been found sick or injured back into their natural environment. 

Tomorrow, July 12th at 10:30 in the morning, you can witness a very special event at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center for yourself as they release two healthy sea turtles back to sea. The two turtles being released are two sub-adult male loggerheads named, Krebster and Dr. Paul. Krebster was found and rescued off of Hutchinson Island where he was

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The arts and culture scene in Palm Beach County is as sophisticated as any one might find in a large metropolitan area. This area offers museums, theater, opera and other performing arts. Families with children will find local a science museum and planetarium, zoo, sporting events, parks and playgrounds and more providing tons of family fun. Grown-ups have their own playground to enjoy with numerous golf courses, tennis, boating and spectacular natural beauty to discover.

The Cultural Council of the Palm Beaches is a body art advocacy suggesting things to do in any of the 39 cities and towns like Palm Beach and Jupiter. In Addition to the 47 miles of beaches in Palm Beach County, appreciate the cultural scene hitting high notes at the Kravis

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