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May is halfway until Halloween and this year the Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium in Jupiter is hosting their Halfway to Halloween party again this Saturday, May 18th. Dress up in your favorite Halloween costumes for a night of fun, baseball and candy.

The Roger Dean Stadium will magically transform into a large haunted house for the whole family. The event has been going on for a few years and has been a huge success. In addition to the giant haunted house and Halloween activities the stadium is also hosting the Palm Beach Cardinals and the Bradenton Marauders for a minor league baseball game.

The gates open at 4 pm for the event and for the Palm Beach Cardinals versus the Bradenton Marauders baseball game starting at 5:30 pm.
At the Halfway to Halloween

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This weekend the weather is supposed to be in the 80’s with a little chance of rain and what better way to spend your Thursday, Friday or Saturday night then outside enjoy live music by some of the best local and tribute bands. This weekend there are several outdoor music events going on in Palm Beach County.

The Wellington Amphitheater is hosting their free weekly concert this Thursday night, May 16th at 6:30 pm. The free concert is part of Wellington’s weekly Food Truck Series that will going on at the same time. The music will be provided by the Sinatra, Martin, Darin and Vail Tribute band playing all the hits from the 1950s and 1960s. The Food Trucks will be onsite from 5 pm until 9:30 pm. You are asked to bring your own seating and blankets to

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The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary “Flotilla 52” and the River Center in Jupiter have teamed up again for another Boating Safety Class this Saturday, May 18th. The safety classes are aimed for young boaters and teens but all are welcomed to attend the boating safety class.

The classes are taught in a lecture style learning and at the end of the class, those who attend are required to take and pass the boater safety test to receive their Boater Safety Card issued by the State of Florida’s Fish and Wildlife Conversation Commission. The State of Florida requires that any person born after January 1st, 1988, and who wishes to operate a vessel of 10 horsepower or more must pass a Boater’s Safety Course and received their Boater Safety Card.


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The Jupiter Dive Center and the Loggerhead Marinelife Center have partnered together for a Sea Turtle Awareness Class as part of their ProjectAWARE bringing awareness to Marinelife. The class is this Saturday, May 11th from 10 am to 5 pm.

The Sea Turtle Awareness specialty course introduces scuba divers to the basic sea turtle identification and conservation. In the class you’ll learn about the preservation of the aquatic environment and about the sea turtle species common in our ocean. The class will also teach you about the skills and knowledge needed to record sightings, identify the sea turtles, the importance of sea turtles and other Marinelife, and the decline in sea turtle populations.

Those who wish to attend must be a certified Open Water

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This Saturday, May 11th the 5th Annual Live Like Jake 5K Run and Walk is taking place at the Abacoa Town Center in Jupiter. The Run and walk benefits and continues to raise money for ISR self-rescue swimming lessons to help prevent childhood drowning.

The 3.1. mile run and walk is an asphalt course and is a USATF Certified Course. The 5K runners will be electronically chip-timed during the run. During the run there will also be a Jake’s Mile walk and all ages are welcomed to attend.

Finisher medals will be awarded to all runners. Awards will be given to the overall Masters and Grandmasters for both male and female winners for each age group.

If you are unable to attend but wish to participate you can register for the Virtual 5K Run or Walk and post

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It’s that time again for the monthly Food Truck Friday’s where food trucks roll into downtown Abacoa for a night of great food and fun.

The popular food truck’s line the streets of Main Street of the Town Center and offer a variety of different cuisines from around the world and offer someone for everyone. The food trucks specialize in one type or style of cuisine that makes them stand out from the rest. The truck lineup includes everything from desserts, tacos, burgers, chicken, wraps, and much more.

The monthly Food Truck Friday’s occur on the second Friday of every month. The next Food Truck Friday is this Friday, May 10th starting at 5:30 pm. The local shops of Abacoa stay open later for shopping, there will be a DJ playing the latest hits at the

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This Wednesday, May 8th, the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is hosting their Mother’s Day Blooms event to benefit the Jupiter Lighthouse.

Bring your sister, mom, or best friend to the event to celebrate the special day with a fun filled flower workshop. At the event you’ll learn how to make your own flower arrangements and will be able to take home your flower arrangement at the end of the event. A light afternoon tea will be served.

The event starts at 1:30 pm until 4:30 pm in the lighthouse’s Quarterdeck Room. Tickets are $65 dollars per person and a portion of your ticket price will be donated to the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum.

For more information about the event, click here.

The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is located at 500

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The Roger Dean Stadium in Downtown Abacoa is home to two professional baseball teams for their Spring Training and home to two Minor League and two Rookie baseball teams.

The stadium is the only stadium in the country to host two Minor League teams and two Rookie Level teams, The Jupiter Hammerheads, Palm Beach Cardinals, Gulf Coast Marlins and the Gulf Coast Cardinals. The two Major League teams that share the stadium for Spring Training include the St. Louis Cardinals and the Miami Marlins.

This weekend the stadium is hosting three Minor League baseball games.

Friday, May 3rd the Palm Beach Cardinals will be playing the Fort Myers Miracles at 6: 30 pm.
Saturday, May 4th the Palm Beach Cardinals will be playing the Fort Myers Miracles at 5:30 pm.

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The Maltz Jupiter Theatre is set to embark in the next phase of its expansion, five years after the last expansion. The doors closed after its last sold out production of “West Side Story” on April 15th.

The expansion is set to be completed in three different sections. The first section will include improvements to the parking lot by adding 30 to 40 more parking spaces, landscaping, additional curb cutouts and bringing more power to the building for the second phase of the expansion.

The theater will remain open and fully operational during the construction for upcoming limited engagements and summer productions. Construction for phase 1 is expected to be completed before the first production of the 2019/2020 season in the fall.

The first

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Jupiter’s Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium is teaming up with Palm Beach Improv and some local breweries to bring you an all new event called Brew Ha Ha.

This Saturday, April 27th the stadium will be filled with craft beers, a comedy and of course baseball. In addition to the Brew Ha Ha, the Jupiter Hammerheads versus the Dunedin Blue Jays baseball game at 5:30 pm.

Brew Ha Ha will feature a 2-hour long craft beer tasting filled with over 75 different unique flavored craft beers from all over South Florida and the country. Plus, the event will feature a 45-minute comedy show brought to you by some of the comedians from Palm Beach Improv.

The event and baseball game start at 5:30 pm. To purchase tickets to the game and the event and for more information,

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