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Catch a free family movie every second Friday night at the West Palm Beach Downtown Waterfront “Screen on the Green” event.  The family friendly happening transforms the sprawling waterfront lawn into a movie theater under the stars. Watch free screenings of your favorite movies and make great memories.  

Tonight, August 10, 2018 at 7:00 pm meander downtown to Waterfront Commons, 100 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach and catch the George Lucas’ mega-Star Wars triliogy, The Last Jedi.  Enjoy the screen on the green event as it depicts the adventures of Hans Solo, Princess Leah and other characters from long ago and a galaxy far, far away

Throughout the series of family-friendly movies featuring both classic films and newer flicks while

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Have you ever heard of a Swedish Coffee house?  Swedish tradition of a coffee break is called fika. A fika isn't just a coffee break.  It's a moment to leisurely slow down and appreciate the good things in life.  It’s a simple concept. It's a chance to take a break, with a cup of coffee or tea with alone or with a friend and a bite to eat.

In the American culture, coffee has come to be more about grabbing a 16-ounce-grande-whatever, in a paper cup to go, coffee is more about fueling up and going fast. Coffee was the choice over tea after the Boston Tea Party, it was considered unpatriotic to drink tea. Colonists soon found that they could import coffee grown in Central and South America. By the beginning of the 1900's, fast moving Americans half of

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Okeeheelee Park, just west of West Palm Beach, is a natural preserve in which you will find several miles of biking, running and hiking trails.  The park spans across 90 acres of woods and wetlands. The Sunshine State is jam packed with lovely towns packed full of picturesque areas with historic charm. The area if reminiscent of Old Florida. Visit the unspoiled sites at the state-owned parks and preserves. Soak up the peaceful ambiance of this tranquil spot.

Okeeheelee Park, 7715 Forest Hill Boulevard, West Palm Beach is an idyllic spot to get active, relax or just chill and enjoy the weather in South Florida. The quiet parklands are home to many species of indigenous wildlife, flora, birds and butterflies.  Furry friends on leases are permitted

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Are you craving a place for calm and peaceful relaxation?  Winding Waters Natural Area, located at 6161 Haverhill Road within the city limits of West Palm Beach. Winding Waters is 548 acres of tranquility and peace with a series of linked marshes and ponds.  It is situated between the Turnpike and the Haverhill, south of Dyer Park. Get away from the everyday routine and city noise as you feel the soul soothing air of South Florida.

The wetlands are the park’s main feature as it is designed to provide habitat and nesting sites for birds, plant species and more. There are also pine flatwoods and hammocks around the periphery of the marshes filled with boundless a variety of wildlife throughout the park.

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Taste the tropics!  Partake and enjoy the Downtown West Palm Beach culinary excursion that wants you to get off the beaten path and discover delightful tastings from some of the best locally owned cafés. Learn all about coconuts, tamarinds and key limes, sample Key Lime Tart with invigorating coconut water and Tamarind juice. Open a coconut and learn about our local tropical fruits.

The best local downtown restaurants and their chefs offer flavorful dishes that have been highlighted on the Food Network.  Enjoy a thirst-quenching Mojito at a chic tapas bar or taste an award-winning pizza, and you just might bump into a notable personality. Check out the stimulating street art, sashay down a tropical square.  Savor fresh avocado salsa or mango

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Mounts Botanical Gardens of Palm Beach County, 531 North Military Trail, West Palm Beach, FL 33415 is the oldest and largest civic botanical garden in the Palm Beaches. The beginning of the Garden traces back to the University of Florida’s Cooperative Extension Service, “providing free and low-cost agricultural education to the broad local community”.

The Garden exhibitions assess materials that are environmentally suitable for home, commercial, and public landscapes while providing opportunities for people of all ages to learn the art, science, and joy of gardening. The Garden is full of orchids. Orchids are known for their ease of care and beauty, Phalaenopsis orchids throughout the seasons; add exactly the right touch of style to any decor or

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The Norton Museum of Art is one of the most celebrated art museums in south Florida. It has become known for its incredible art collection but even more so for its fun events for the community. One of Norton Museum’s most popular events is “Art After Dark.”

“Art After Dark” has earned a good reputation from its diverse collection of art ranging from paint to film, sculpture to fine dining and the list goes on. The event is where “culture and entertainment meet” many have said and its certainly one event you will want to experience. Guests of the program will take a journey into different forms of art. At one “Art After Dark” event you may be studying music, the next can be dance, and other times it will be about fine art, historical masterpieces or

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West Palm Beach is bringing back one of its original and most beloved fun things to do, Guided Bicycle Tours. The tours began about 20 years ago and had been one of the most successful and adored activities for locals and tourists alike. 

The fresh and cool spring air blows off the waterways as you and your friends cruise through the streets of West Palm Beach. Led by an experienced and knowledgeable tour guide, these tours take guests on an “insider’s journey” through our city. You and the other riders will explore Downtown West Palm Beach and the Island of Palm Beach as you glide through the palm-lined streets.  “Providing these truly entertaining and educational fully guided tours were meticulously derived through a close collaboration and

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There is a burst of new restaurants popping onto the scene in Northern Palm Beach County this year. Stunning dishes selected from artisanal ingredients, amazing atmospheres and delicious cocktails make these restaurants the top choices amongst locals and food critics alike. 

  1. The Regional Kitchen & Public House, West Palm Beach

The Regional Kitchen & public house is one of the hottest new “chef-driven” restaurants in West Palm Beach. What makes The Regional so impressive is its soulful presentation. Chef Autry runs the kitchen and her fine sense of detail; luxurious components and poignant touch on her dishes make this restaurant stand out. Delicious, hand crafted sauces, freshly caught seafood and heirloom vegetables decorate the menu.

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Just because we live in sunny, South Florida doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a snowy holiday! Every night in West Palm Beach, City Place turns into a winter wonderland with a beautiful snowfall.  

This has been a beautiful tradition put on by City Place for years and it sure draws a crowd. Each Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evening at 6 pm and 7pm the snow will begin cascading down onto the plaza. Every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday the snowfall will take place at 6pm, 7pm and 8pm. 

Almost 3 feet of snow floats down at each hourly snowfall, which is, even more snowfall than what falls on Central Park in New York. City Place uses a special MagicSnow technology that creates incredibly real snow, never producing two identical snowflakes. 

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