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Join the River Center to Celebrate Earth Day and participate in the Great American Clean Up this Saturday, April 27th. Every month the Friends of Jupiter Beach have been organizing beach clean ups on the first Saturday of every month since 1994 and this month the cleanups are focused on our public areas.

This Saturday the Clean Up is part of the Great American Cleanup. The cleanup is a few hours long and the clean up includes a massive removal of litter and illegal dumping in our public areas, roadways, beaches, parks, neighborhoods and schools. The cleanups demonstrate our responsibility to make an effort to make Palm Beach County beautiful and clean.

For the cleanup be sure to wear long sleeves and closed toed shoes and bring a bucket and gloves to

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The Town of Jupiter is hosting their annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 20th at the Jupiter Community Park softball fields. Join in on the fun of hunting and collecting as many Easter eggs as you can.

The Easter Egg Hunt is for the whole family and will include bounce houses, face painting, arts and crafts, visits from the Easter Bunny and much more. Food and beverages will be available throughout the morning for purchase.

Don’t forget to bring your own basket to collect all the eggs filled with different candies. During the Egg Hunt the children will be divided into three ages groups. There will be an age group for those 3 years older and under, an EGG’stra Special Hunt for those who need assistance, one for ages 4 through 6 years old and

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Friday night, the Village of Tequesta is hosting their monthly Food Truck Pow Wow at Constitution Park starting at 5 pm for the last Food Truck Pow Wow of the season.

The giant outdoor picnic is a great way to gather with your friends and community. The Food Trucks will line Constitution Park and feature some of the best specialty dishes, cuisine, desserts, comfort foods, and best gourmet food on wheels.

If you are planning on attending the last one of the season, be sure to bring your folding chairs and blankets for the ultimate Friday night picnic on the lawn. In addition to the great food, there will be music and entertainment during the night.

The Food Truck Pow Wow starts at 5 pm on Friday and goes until 9 pm. Constitution Park is located at 339

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The Village of Tequesta is located in Northern Palm Beach County along US Highway 1 and to the West of Jupiter Inlet Colony and the North of Jupiter. The quite village is surrounded by the blue waters of the Intracoastal Waterways and the Loxahatchee River.

Tequesta is named after the Tequesta Indians and was formed in the 1950’s as part of one man’s dream that was center on the Tequesta Country Club. But over the years the Tequesta has become a wonderful waterfront community for everyone.

Tequesta is the last village in Palm Beach County before entering Martin County to the north.The small village has about 6,100 residents as of the 2017 Census. 

Tequesta is home to Constitution Park which hosts numerous events such as the Food Truck Pow Wow

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Tomorrow night, the Village of Tequesta is hosting their reoccurring Food Truck Pow Wow at Constitution Park starting at 5 pm. 

The Food Truck Pow Wow is a great way to come and mingle with your local neighbors to enjoy great music and food.

The giant outdoor picnic will feature food trucks from around the area and will feature different cuisines, comfort foods, desserts, and specialties.
If you are planning on attending, make sure to bring folding chairs, and or blankets to create your own picnic on the grass. This family friendly event occurs every in Tequesta until April. The dates are subject to change and are weather permitting so make sure to check their Facebook page for more details.

The next Food Truck Pow Wow is tomorrow, Friday February

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We’re about to hit you with a hard fact that might scare you, but it’s for your own good. Over 70% of ovarian cancers are diagnosed when the cancer has already spread beyond the ovary and throughout the abdomen. Because of a sheer lack of awareness and early detection, over 14,000 women will lose their lives to ovarian cancer this year, according to the American Cancer Society.

This is how you can help! In observance of Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, Evo Italian in Tequesta will be hosting a special “Girls Night Out” to benefit H.O.W., a non-profit organization that supports ovarian cancer research, educational programs, and provides funding for women with ovarian cancer in financial need.

Join Wilmington Trust and guest speakers Patricia

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It’s no secret that Waterfront Properties and Club Communities represents the most stunning listings in South Florida. If you’re searching for your dream home, you are welcome to attend any of our four open houses this Sunday! The select open houses feature homes in Jupiter, Tequesta, Lantana, and Delray Beach.

18658 SE St Augustine Way, Tequesta, FL 33469

Sunday, 8/12/2018  1 pm – 3 pm

4 Beds, 5 Bath, 4,031 SqFt
Stunning New Construction Home Ready To Move In. Located in the gated community of Old Cypress Pointe. This estate home on the Jupiter-Tequesta Riverfront features 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and an office. Beautifully appointed and designed with a casual, coastal elegance. Call today for a showing, this won't last. Some

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Considered “one of the Florida’s best kept secrets” by Visit Florida the individual towns that make up the Palm Beaches are little gems that are an escape from what most people may think of when they think of Florida. Often times, when people think of Florida they think Disney World, Miami Beach, year round warm weather and beaches. These are some amazing features of our sunshine state but we have way more to offer than just theme parks, nightlife and sand. 

While planning a vacation, choosing a rental home for holiday or looking for a new home, Palm Beach County is where the money is at! From charming and quaint villages like Tequesta that rest alongside the Intracoastal Waterways and deliver a laid back, easy life style to the uber lavish Jupiter and

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The Annual Strawberry Festival at the First Presbyterian Church in Tequesta is coming to town next Saturday, March 4, 2017. Come experience a magical world filled to the brim with strawberry creations. 

The Strawberry Festival will have a great variety of fun events for kids like face painting, a bounce house and a craft center. The Strawberry Café will be offering delicious lunches and desserts inspired by strawberries. Treats like strawberry milkshakes, strawberry trifles, homemade jams and jellies, fresh strawberries and so much more will be available for purchase. There will be a silent auction and raffle offering some pretty amazing items like certificates to some of the best local restaurants in town. In the church garage there will be an

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That’s right, Tequesta Fest! If you are a local of Palm Beach County you have heard of the small village at the very northern end called Tequesta. It is a quaint village featuring beautiful homes, a safe and family oriented atmosphere, delicious local eateries, gourmet coffee roasters and one of a kind boutiques all bordered by the warm waters of the Loxahatchee River and Atlantic Ocean. 

For those who live in Tequesta or just love Tequesta, you must come out to this year’s Tequesta Fest! There will be thrill rides, super slides, mini roller coasters, a train, spin rides and games galore. Think of Tequesta Fest as a county fair but packed into a village sized package. Kids and adults alike will love playing the carnival games and rides where you can

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