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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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The Royal Poinciana Plaza in Palm Beach hosts a weekly outdoor yoga session every Thursday from 9 am to 10 am. Haute Yoga studio in the Royal Poinciana Plaza in Palm Beach has announced that their weekly outdoor yoga sessions have been approved by the Town Council.

Haute Yoga has opened in the plaza five years ago when they plaza was just offices and salons. Up Markets has purchased in September 2014 and the plaza has undergone renovation and restoration to bring the plaza back to how it was originally envisioned.

In addition to the studio in Palm Beach, Haute Yoga has two other locations in Jupiter and West Palm Beach. Both locations offer the popular outdoor yoga sessions and other yoga events. The yoga class in Palm Beach typically attract 30 people

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The Four Seasons Palm Beach Resort isn't just for visitors. Many residents book the hotel for a yearly staycation or to host a high-end wedding or important business meeting. As if it weren't luxury enough, the Four Seasons is closing down at the end of May for a full-body renovation inside and out. 

For starters there will be a can't-miss feature right outside the front door: a 5-story, 45-foot wide Banyan Tree picked out by landscape architect Fernando Wong. He said he wanted to make a bold statement upon entrance and selected the 100+ year old tree as the focal point. The tree is currently rooted in Tequesta and it is so large that it will have to be transported in five parts. 

Guest rooms will be totally redesigned and have bigger,

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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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A brand-new dog park on Jupiter’s Indiantown Road is scheduled to open summer 2018. The Town of Jupiter has approved a new park which includes and an exercise and play area for our furry friends.  The park is an open space located directly north of the intersection on Indiantown Road and Center Street at 2183 West Indiantown Road in Jupiter. The park will be completed in two phases. 

In the first phase, the open space park will contain a beautiful green area, ample parking with lighting, a small restroom, a building for storage, sidewalks, gazeboes, a lake, and the dog park. There will be a fenced-in dog run for smaller dogs and a detached dog run for larger breeds

Jupiter residents are looking forward to the opening of the dog park.  The Town

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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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A fun new tapas restaurant is coming West Palm Beach. The small-plate Spanish cuisine, Basque is set to open this Thursday, March 22nd at the historic Hotel Bida in the El Cid neighborhood. 

Hotel Bida is an historic inn built in 1929 by the famous architect Belford Shoumate and is an example of Bermuda Vernacular architecture. The hotel is one of the earliest motor lodges in the United States and has been included in the National Register of Historic Places. The restaurant is part of an effort to reestablish the boutique hotel as a perfect destination for locals and out of town visitors.

Basque will feature both indoor and outdoor space with an Old-World décor and modern Spanish food. The executive Chef of Basque, Chef Miguel Angel Rebolledo served as the

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Palm Beach County's most unique breweries have teamed up with the Palm Beach Zoo and Conservation Society, 1301 Summit Boulevard, West Palm Beach, in an effort to bring awareness to endangered animals. Sample South Florida's amazing beer from at least 25 local breweries.  On April 07, 2018, Brew at the Zoo 2018, between 5:30PM - 9:00PM, you will have the opportunity to tour the zoo and taste the beers these local area craftsmen have created.

Endangered species are those considered to be at risk of extinction, denotating that there are so few left of their kind that they could disappear from the planet altogether. The Palm Beach Zoo and Conservation Society understands endangered species are threatened by factors such as habitat loss, hunting,

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Several restaurants on the island of Palm Beach have adopted the tradition of Sunday Brunch. Brunch typically occurs around late morning, early afternoon on Sunday where people gather to enjoy food, drinks, and live music.

Depending on which restaurant, the brunch menu features a mix of breakfast and lunch dishes severing French toast and eggs Benedict to sandwiches and salads. Sunday brunch has now evolved into a nice fun and relaxing time to spend a Sunday with friends and family.

Here are some Sunday Brunch spots to enjoy in Palm Beach.

Chez L’Epicier
Now through April 1st, Chez L’Epicier features a “Sugar Shack” themed Sunday brunch, every Sunday. The theme is inspired by the executive chef’s native country of Canada, where every March the sap from sugar

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Get your green on! Literally!  Show your passion for St. Patrick’s Day, as well as helping a worthwhile charity this evening, March 15, 2018. The Spa at PGA National, 400 Avenue of the Champions, Palm Beach Gardens will gift a lucky, lucky lady and her “Irish eyes (will be) smiling” if selected as the most stylish female in green. A Spa Retreat package, courtesy of the Spa at PGA National, will be awarded to the most fashionable, emerald clad dressed woman.  Discover everything from the latest trends in fashion, accessories and beauty and skincare products at this evenings Ladies Night Out.

Tonight, Ladies Night Out, will benefit 211 HelpLine.  As a 501(c) 3 non-profit agency, 211 Palm Beach Treasure Coast, “is in its fourth decade of providing a

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