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Looking for something to do tomorrow? Check out these events going on all day.

1. Roxy’s Pub St. Patrick’s Day Block Party

When: 9 a.m. Where: Roxy’s
309 Clematis St., West Palm Beach

2. Brogues Downunder St. Patrick’s Day Weekend

When:10 a.m. Where: Brogues Downunder
621 Lake Ave., Lake Worth

 3. O’Shea’s Pub St. Patrick’s Day Festivities

When:10 a.m. Where: 500 Block of Clematis
531 Clematis St., West Palm Beach

4. Paddy Mac’s St. Patrick’s Day Festival

When: noon Where: Paddy Mac’s Restaurant
10971 N. Military Trail, Palm Beach Gardens

5. Abacoa’s St. Patrick’s Day Block Party

When: 3 p.m. Where: Abacoa Town Center
1203 Town Center Dr., Jupiter

 6. Boynton Beach Blarney Bash

When: 6 p.m.

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The 32nd Palm Beach International Boat Show is set to take place March 23 - March 26, 2017 in downtown West Palm Beach. The show will feature more than a billion dollars’ worth of yachts, boats and accessories. Hundreds of boats will be on display ranging from inflatables, power boats and sport fisherman to super yachts over 150 feet. The show will feature a wide array of the latest marine technology, accessories, seminars, kids fishing clinics and boat handling classes, live music and fun for all. It is one of the top five shows in the country.

The show will open Thursday, March 23 starting at noon - 7 p.m., Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. and Sunday 10a.m. – 6.pm. Admission is $22 for adults, children 6-15 are $12 and children under 6 are

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Taking the streets of Downtown West Palm Beach by storm this Saturday, March 11th is the beloved Food Tour! The Downtown West Palm Beach Food Tours are a fun way to get moving and experience some new cuisine. 

The tour takes guests on a walk throughout 13 different restaurants and eateries. Some of the stops focus on food, some of the stops more on drinks. A unique blend of handcrafted dishes, artisanal cocktails and the beautiful scenery of Downtown West Palm, create a different type of night on the town. The tour guides are extremely knowledgeable about the types of food you will be trying as well as extremely knowledgeable about the local architecture, history and culture of South Florida. 

The Downtown West Palm Beach Food Tours take guests on a

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The 3rd annual Rita Hayworth Luncheon will be held on Friday, March 10th, at the Colony Hotel in Palm Beach to raise money for patient care and research programs.

The event is co-hosted by Princess Yasmin Aga Khan, founder of the Alzheimer’s Association, and Carleton Varney, world renowned designer who remodeled the hotel and ballroom where the event will take place.

The Rita Hayworth Luncheon is named after Princess Yasmin Aga Khan’s mother who passed away from the disease. Rita Hayworth was a famous actor and dancer who married Prince Aly Khan, descendant of the Persian Qajar dynasty. While both have other children, Princess Yasmin Aga Khan is their daughter together.

Hayworth was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s at the age of 61 and

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Living in Palm Beach County we see beauty daily.  This area is surrounded by beautiful bodies of water, historic landmarks, interesting people and places.  Capture the beauty through photography.  If your photojournalism skills aren’t up to par perhaps taking a class will refresh your skills or teach you new ones.  This upcoming “Lunch & Learn” at the Armory Art Center, 1700 Parker Avenue, West Palm Beach, FL will feature Red Morgan, highly respected photographer, on March 8, 2017 from 12:45 PM - 1:30 PM.

Red Morgan is a respected “freelance photographer with forty years of professional experience. He has worked with America's most prestigious magazines, corporations, and advertising agencies. Red has shot a wide range of subjects and projects and won

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Palm Beach County has lots of beautiful natural areas and preserves from Lake Okeechobee to the Atlantic Ocean. The Department of Environmental Resources Management (E.R.M.) manages” a range of environmental programs designed to protect, preserve, and enhance Palm Beach County’s natural resources, both on land and water. Fresh drinking water, unpolluted waterways, a large tree canopy, and controlling mosquito populations provide a welcoming outdoor tropical experience to snorkel and dive, visit sandy beaches, fresh or saltwater fish, kayak waterways, hike in the woods all while viewing wildlife in their natural habitat.”

To bring awareness to the community, the E.R.M. will host the annual family fun event known as the Natural Areas Festival.  Palm

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Courtesy of Festival of the Arts BOCA

The Festival of the Arts BOCA is an astonishing, multi-day cultural arts event bringing exhilaration and innovative experiences to Boca Raton. The festival begins March 2, 2017 and concludes March 12, 2017. The Festival of Arts Boca has won numerous awards including:  the “Muse Award” from The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, “Best Festival” by Boca Magazine and “Best Cultural Festival of 2014” from Palm Beach Illustrated. The Eleventh Anniversary season will continue to feature the finest in classical music, jazz, dance, film and authors. Spectators will enjoy some of the most sought after jazz and classical performers as well as well recognized authors.  Boca Raton, and the Palm Beaches, are Florida's

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Southern Florida is a melting pot of many cultures.  Just an hour drive south from Palm Beach County is the second largest city in Florida, Miami. Miami is known for its rich heritage and many cultural influences. It is nicknamed the “Capital of Latin America” because of its high population of Spanish-speakers.

The area west of the downtown area of Miami is known as Little Havana/La pequeña Habana or Calle Ocho. It was established with over 500,000 Cuban-Americans during the 1960s and is named after the capital and largest city of Cuba. The neighborhood is home to several well-known festivals, including the Calle Ocho Festival, Cultural Fridays/Viernes Culturales and the Three Kings Parade. In Little Havana, you will find a colorful street life,

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The Town of Jupiter is home to one of the few remaining dog friendly beaches in the State of Florida.  Jupiter is located north of Palm Beach and just south of Stuart, Florida.  Having “man’s best friend” allowed on the 2 and ½ mile stretch of beach is a privilege.  Well behaved dogs and their conscientious owners are always welcome on the beach.

Certain rules apply when you bring Fido to the beach.

  • While off-leash, let dogs run in uncrowded areas, giving no one reason to complain.
  • Don’t let dogs invade the space of or bathroom near other people or dogs uninvited.
  • Clean up after dogs with FJB dog bags, provided at every beach crossover, or bring your own bags.
  • Don’t bury poop or throw it in the dunes or water.  ‘Go’ at home before
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Valentine's Day is a perfect time for a intimate dinner out. Why not try something out of the ordinary? Impress your sweet valentine with a romantic dinner for two. Several unique Palm Beach County restaurants are offering sweetheart dining experiences at some our local hidden treasures.

Tanzy Restaurant: iPic at Mizner Park, 301 Plaza Real, Boca Raton; 561-922-6699
Couples can feast in the “Ultimate Aphrodisiac Dining Experience,” which features a six-course prix fixe dinner by chef Sherry Yard. Highlights include dishes like “First Course ‘Kiss’,” “Feed Me a Fete,” “Seduction,” “Invigoration,” and more. $75 per person. Hours are 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. today, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday, and 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.

City Oyster & Sushi Bar: 13 E.

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