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The Town of Jupiter and the Village of Tequesta are nestled between Palm Beach Gardens and Stuart. Both areas cater to the outdoor style, as they wrap around the Loxahatchee River and Intracoastal Waterway, which provide incomparable views to residents. For this reason, water sports and boating are abundant. Jupiter and Tequesta also offer their share of championship golf courses and pristine beaches frequented often under consistently sunny skies.

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Tonight and tomorrow, Saturday the 5th, are your last two opportunities to see The Lighthouse Art Center’s “Art Of The Figure” exhibit in Tequesta.

Art Of The Figure celebrates these three native-born Floridians, who surprise and delight with their unexpected viewpoints, talents, and techniques. Accomplished artists, they translate their individual life experiences using only pencils and paint on canvas, or in the case of Purvis Young, (2018 Florida Artist Hall of Fame), anything he could get his hands on. See Young's work here first, before it heads off to the 2019 Venice Biennale. The three artists being shown are Sam Perry, Terre Rybovich and Purvis Young

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Sam Perry

Sam Perry grew up in Northwood and is now

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With 47 miles of beachfront, you can go snorkeling in the Palm Beaches year-round. Here are some of our favorite spots.

Phil Foster Park

Constructed as a part of Palm Beach County’s Environmental Resources Management’s Artificial Reef Program, Phil Foster Park was completed in August of 2013. The park is an 800-foot-long tract of artificial reef incorporates more than 600 tons of Anastasia rock boulders. Loosely strung together in easily accessible depths ranging from six to ten feet. Snorkelers will encounter a variety of species of fish, from colorful tropical-like angelfish and parrotfish to reef dwellers like snapper, grunts, and grouper. Lucky snorkelers may glimpse one or more of the six species of seahorses that have been observed in this

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Riverbend Park, is a state-owned park located at 9060 Indiantown Road, Jupiter.  Just one mile west of Florida's Turnpike in west Jupiter on the south side of Indiantown Road. Palm Beach County offers opportunities for horse enthusiasts and riders of all levels. Riverbend Park offers quiet trails through the woods to competitive show facilities.

Southeast Florida is known for sunny beaches not known as horse country. The diversity of palm Beach County allows you to take a step back in time when the only mode of transportation was to saddle up. Most visitors to the Sunshine State keep themselves so busy sunning and swimming that they never dream that riding trails are only a hoof-beat away.

The long-distance trails at Riverbend Park connect

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The results are in; Das Beer Garden offers the most diverse variety of craft beer in Palm Beach County.

America has seen an enormous boom in the craft beer market, with beer enthusiasts demanding more complex and tantalizing varieties than the previously dominant light lagers. As recently as 2012, the duopoly of Anheuser-Busch InBev and MillerCoors controlled nearly 90 percent of beer production.

In the last decade, independent breweries have expanded by a factor of six, and while Americans are actually drinking less beer than they did in the 2000s, they’re often opting for a superior product, like one of the 100+ beers available daily at Das Beer Garden in Jupiter’s Downtown Abacoa.

Craft breweries have focused on tastes that were

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From now until Christmas Eve, you’ll have a convenient chance to support Big Dog Ranch Rescue while shopping for holiday gifts at the Gardens Mall. The non-profit organization has set up a Home For The Holidays “Pup-Up Shop” inside the Gardens Mall near Nordstrom.

This unique pet boutique offers plush stuffed animals, dog toys, ornaments, dog treats, leashes, collars, dog bowls, and even has puppies available for adoption! Proceeds benefit the Big Dog Ranch Rescue, a non-profit with the motto “Big and small, we save them all!”

Stop by the shop during regular mall hours to support this charitable organization, or bring a lucky puppy home for the holidays! I promise that your home will be filled with more love than ever before!

The Gardens Mall

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With it’s (almost) year-long beach weather, South Florida is one of the healthiest places in the nation. With that comes tons of great, healthy eating options. Here’s our guide to where to eat healthy in Palm Beach.

Jaya Nutrition Bar

Jaya Nutrition Bar is a healthy, vegetarian and natural healthy cafe in Juno Beach, FL. The café serves great organic cold-pressed juices, acai bowls, tea, coffee, breakfast & lunch, snacks, etc!

3 Natives

3 Natives is a healthy lifestyle cafe that takes traditional foods and serves them in a healthy, convenient manner. It’s a local Jupiter favorite that’s quickly growing in popularity as more and more locations pop up around South Florida. 3 Natives, however, seems to be doing a great job of maintaining its

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Save The Date! On Saturday, December 1st, Jupiter’s Harbourside Place is generously hosting a Holiday Boat Parade Watch Party from the roof deck of this luxurious waterfront location.

This exclusive event will run from 6:00PM until 9:00PM, and will include dinner and an open bar, with proceeds benefitting the AustinBlu Foundation.

In case you’re not a Jupiter local, the AustinBlu Foundation is very close to our community’s hearts. The foundation was formed in the wake of a tragedy involving two young boys who were lost at sea on July 24th, 2015. Their love for the ocean reminds Jupiter boaters to take great joy in boating, but to respect the majesty of the sea by taking precautions to prevent this devastating accident from happening again. AustinBlu

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The Florida “cold snap” this weekend has lows in the 60’s rolling through, producing ideal conditions for sailfish cruising through. Kitefish with goggle eyes in 120-250’ of water, and after your first sail, target a tighter area around that depth. A few dolphin are still in the equation off Palm Beach Inlet, but no strong numbers seem to be showing up.

The snapper bite has been solid lately, with large muttons and yellowtail congregating on the reef. Live ballyhoo, sardines, or midsized pinfish work great.

Inshore fishing has slowed down quite a bit, with Snook and redfish becoming finicky to the tide. You’ll have to feel out each spot for what tide works best, and keep a close eye on it once you figure it out.

The Juno Beach pier has been

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It’s no secret that Palm Beach County is an ideal locale to reconnect with a loved one. It is a pretty spectacular setting for romance and family bonding time. The warmer days and cooler evening temperatures make for time with your loved one.  Everything from a waterfront dinner al fresco, perhaps U-Tiki, or the stereotypical long walk on the beach in the moonlight can create sparks. Stunning ocean views are the perfect backdrop to fall in love.

The romantic couple or family bonding moments can take place outdoors. Share something memorable. Keeping in mind that everyone’s idea of romance or family bonding is different. Quality time doesn’t have to be glitzy! Although it’s very nice, perhaps try something minimalistic like everything Palm Beach has to

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If you want to go boating in South Florida, there are some things you’re going to need. The first, of course, is a boating license. According to the FWC: In order to operate a motorboat of ten (10) horsepower or greater, Florida law requires anyone who was born on or after Jan. 1, 1988 to successfully complete an approved boating safety course and obtain a Boating Safety Education Identification Card issued by the FWC.

Alright, so you got your license. There are still some things you need to have on-board your boat before you set sail. In Florida the following minimum boat safety equipment is required on all Class A recreational boats (less than 16 feet in length), canoes and kayaks:

- One Coast Guard-approved Type I, II or III Personal

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