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It can be extremely warm in the South Florida summer and one must drink plenty to stay hydrated. No, not the frozen umbrella drinks or ice-cold brews, but h2o, good old-fashioned water. It's a simple question without an easy answer. We know that water is essential to good health, yet requirements vary individual to individual. So, how much water is enough?

First thing, your water intake needs depend on many factors, including your health, how active you are and where you live.  To function appropriately, the body must replenish its water supply by ingesting drinks and foods that encompass water. The Mayo Clinic reported, “Every day you lose water through your breath, perspiration, urine and bowel movements. For your body to function properly, you

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The El Cid Historic District, located in West Palm Florida is a United States historic district located in West Palm Beach, Florida. The district is bounded by Flamingo Drive, South Flagler Drive, Dyer Road and South Dixie Highway. It contains 281 historic buildings. The El Cid Neighborhood Association is a 501(c)3 – charitable organization with an all-volunteer board dedicated to the preservation of the historic integrity of the neighborhood. The group is committed to the education of our community through programs highlighting the unique character of the El Cid Historic District.

It’s an attractive and popular neighborhood community for young growing families or young at heart looking to slow down a little bit. The El Cid Neighborhood had its

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This coming Monday, August 21, 2017, a historic solar eclipse will be sweeping across the nation from Oregon to South Carolina. According to researchers, “a crescent fire will briefly burn in the South Florida sky as the moon covers 80 percent of the sun in this historic solar eclipse, painting a dark swath coast to coast.”

This type of eclipse is so rare, the last total solar eclipse in the United States occurred 99 years ago. The sun’s orbit will be blocked by the moon casting a shadow over the country throughout different times of the day. Experts say, that the shadow will be like “moments of night in the middle of the day.” Onlookers can expect to hear the birds stop chirping and the crickets begin as all of nature will take on the couple moments

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The Jupiter Artisan and Farmers Market, located at Harbourside Place, 150 North U.S. Highway One, Jupiter, hosts the market this Sunday, August 20, 2017 from 10:00 am – 3:00 p.m. A farmer’s market is a physical location featuring foods sold directly by farmers and other vendors to sell directly to consumers. Typically, there are booths, tables or stands and the public.

Fresh food from the local farmers tastes and looks better.  Crops are picked at their peak. Markets like these are an important part of the community.  They offer social, economic and environmental vivacity to the community.  It also a chance to meet others within the Jupiter area.

If you are looking to buy the freshest fruits and veggies, then try locally grown enjoy a stroll

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Florida is known for its beautiful weather and beaches.   South East Florida’s temperatures have been hotter than normal, fueled by a lack of rain, resulting in sun-parched, humid days. A high-pressure system over the Atlantic, combined with Saharan dust drifting more than 4,000 miles from Africa,  is making it feel like 90 degrees by mid morning. Trying to keep cool on these rare days can be a challenge. With higher chances of rain this week expect  some relief from the summer heat.  While waiting for the rains to come, it’s imperative that South Floridian's try to keep cool and hydrated.  It is advisable to keep out of the sun during peak periods, wear sunscreen, hats and protective clothing to avert heat-related complications.  A good

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Put some fun in going back to school with a bash! Parents have a lot on their plate: mortgage payments, healthcare, caring for elderly parents, raising kids, just to name a few. As the new school year approaches, school age children face stressors too. Put some fun in going back to school with a bash! Kids will relax and enjoy several craft stations, snacks, treats, and so much more!

The Gardens Mall, Kids Club, in Palm Beach Gardens, meets each month for complimentary events for the entire family. This Saturday, August 19, 2017, join The Kids Club “Kids Back to School Bash” event. The club offers exclusive discounts, amenities, and invitations to special events. For infants and toddlers, The Gardens Mall Kids Clubhouse becomes the babies’

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Whitehall, Florida’s first museum, was built in 1902 as a seasonal home of Mr. Henry Flagler, cofounder of Standard Oil and son of a struggling Presbyterian minister. He married his third wife, Mary Lily Kenan, he presented Whitehall to her as an extravagant wedding gift. The home was designed in the Beaux-Arts style of architecture. Whitehall was meant to rival the extravagant mansions in Newport, Rhode Island. Flagler induced influential people like the Rockefellers, the Vanderbilts, the Firestones and the Du Ponts to vacation in Florida, 

1n 1902 a New York Herald wrote a story about the mansion. The Standard Oil Company co-founder's beach home was described as, "More wonderful than any palace in Europe, grander and more magnificent than any

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Loggerhead Marinelife Center and the Gardens Mall, joined together to host an “Shop and Share” event this Saturday, August 19th, 2017 from 11 am to 4 pm.

Located in the center of the mall, Loggerhead Marinelife Center has returned for an interactive family-friendly day that will include sea turtles, science and shopping. This free event is designed to educate visitors on how to conserve the ocean and everything that lives in it.

The event will also feature award presentations for the winner of the Juno Beach Pier Photo Contest and Palm Beach County’s Most Viral Photo Contest. During the event, The Gardens Mall will be donating 5% of the days sales from the receipts logged in at the Information Desk to the Loggerhead Marinelife Center, to help save the sea

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How would you like see a drive through safari park?  Lion Country Safari is a wildlife preserve and walk-through Amusement Park located on over 600 acres in Loxahatchee, Palm Beach County.  The zoo was founded in 1967. Lion Country claims to be the first "cage less zoo" in the United States. 

Bring the entire family and spend the entire day on safari with over 900 animals. Look at the animal displays and encounters or animal feeding experiences.  If you'd like to cool down, venture into the water spray grounds, grab a snack and ice-cold beverage. Then head over to the gift shop and pick up a souvenir of your safari journey. 

Marcella Leone, the founder and director of Leo Zoological Conservation Center in Greenwich, Connecticut, approached the

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Over 10,000 years ago Native American tribes began migrating into Florida. The tribes settling in modern-day Palm Beach  Florida. Juan Ponce de León, who led a European expedition in 1613 discovered Florida. He was the first non-Native American recorded to land modern day Jupiter area.

Jupiter is the northernmost town in Palm Beach County, Florida,  and  a fascinating community.  It has been chiseled by it’s the abounding coastal culture and plentiful waterways.  

Paddleboard  with sea turtles, manatees, dolphins and catch a glimpse of a multitude of birds on any given day.  Kayak or paddle your way through the mangrove estuaries and spot osprey, nesting pelicans, great blue heron, and a variety of other bird species.  Take the opportunity go

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