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Join the Jupiter Police Department tomorrow, August 8, for their first-ever “Ice Cream with a Cop,” an event for our residents with special needs and their families.

This is a great community-building event and a great place to spend time with your special needs children.

Who: Children and adults with special needs and their families

What: Enjoy a FREE ice cream cone while meeting your Jupiter Police Officers

Where: Carvel Ice Cream located in Chasewood Plaza at 6230 W Indiantown Rd. Suites 1 and 2, Jupiter

When: August 8, from 1 pm- 2 pm

Why: To help build and strengthen relationships between our special needs community and police officers

Click here for more information.

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In 1987, an iron cannon was found by two surfers who reported it to the lifeguard, Peter Leo, on Jupiter Beach. Two days later, the same lifeguard found the cannon while swimming and contacted Captain Dominic Addario, a master mariner and marina owner, for help investigating the mysterious find. Throughout two weeks, they discovered more cannons, then silver “pieces of eight”, rare gold coins, and a 78-pound ingot of silver!

Later to be known at “Jupiter Wreck,” the artifacts and treasure was found to be from the wreck of San Miguel De Archangel in 1659. According to archival records, this ship was most likely an “aviso”, a relatively fast ship whose goal was to carry crown documents to Mexican colonies from Spain, and report back to the monarchy

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There is a variety of guided tour options in the Palm Beaches. You can travel around sunny South Florida by air, land, or sea. Either way, you are sure to have a good time.

Foot Tours

Walking around a city on foot is perhaps the best way to experience it. In West Palm Beach The Historical Society of Palm Beach County hosts a stroll through the Downtown area from January to April. The one-hour guided tour showcases the evolution of the area’s buildings and landmarks and includes an overview of the changes currently taking place in the city.

Worth Avenue Historical Tour

Worth Avenue Historical Tour of Palm Beach lasts about 1 hour 15 minutes, the tour covers much of the history of Worth Avenue. Worth Avenue is one of the most notable

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The Wellington Green Market is open again this Saturday from 9:00am to 1:00pm. The Market is located at 12150 Forest Hill Blvd, Wellington, FL 33414 Next to the Wellington Amphitheater.

The Green Market at Wellington is a high-end market where you can buy fresh produce, meats, cheeses, vegetables, herbs, and more. There is always amenities and places to hang out and relax at the market so it makes a perfect place to spend some of your Saturday.

Green Market

At the Wellington Green Market you can spend some time with family and friends while supporting your community by buying from local vendors. The Market features a wide selection of fresh produce, ranging from fruits and vegetables to everyday favorites like coffee and freshly made cider

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Local, organic, seasonal and sustainable are current “buzzwords” used a lot lately.  To be truly helpful to the environment one must know the differences between and similar implication of these words. If you are a health conscious foodie, you probably want your food or other agriculture products to be local, organic, seasonal and sustainable.

Local food means food that is grown within a certain range.  That radius can cover a few miles or hundreds of miles of your area.  It generally is a good idea to ask if the product is from your town, county or state so you are clear on what local means in that particular instance.

Organic refers to the method food production. Crops that are grown without artificial fertilizers, artificial pesticides, not

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