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The Nature Center is a private, non-profit organization whose mission is to bring environmental education and awareness to the local community. The Center is located at the Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge, in south Martin County.

The Nature Center was opened by a couple in 1973 to educate people of all ages about Florida's fragile ecosystems and environment. It has a 30+ year partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service which allows it to conduct educational programs on-site, while the service provides and maintains the facility.

In the 80s the Center created the "Friends of the Nature Center" to help gain support and encourage people to take an effort in helping with the mission. Members of the Friends would in return receive "The

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Baseball season might be over in South Florida, but the Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter is hosting an event on Saturday, October 19th.

Head to Jupiter for the 5th Annual Charity Softball Game and Kids Fest 2019. The stadium along with many sponsors will host a charity softball game for the Florida Atlantic University’s Center for Autism and Related Disabilities.

Along with the game, there will be plenty of family fun filled activities, games, food, petting zoo area, face painting, bounce houses, raffles, autograph signing, entertainment and much more.

Event Details:
When: Saturday, October 19th at the Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter

Time: 10:30 am Gates open

First Game: 11 am John C. Cassidy Air Conditioning vs. Stanley Steamer

Second Game: 12:30 pm Winner from

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The DuBois Pioneer Home located in Dubois Park in Jupiter is one of the last remaining historic homesteads of its type in northern Palm Beach County. The historic Jupiter landmark closed in 2008 and underwent extensive renovations and is opened to the public for tours to learn about Jupiter’s history and the DuBois family. 

The home was built in 1898 by Harry DuBois, the son of Harry and Susan DuBois and Charlie Carlin, the oldest son of Captain Charles Carlin of the Jupiter Inlet Lifesaving Station. The home belonged to South Florida pioneers Harry and Susan DuBois and is a perfect example of the self-sufficient South Florida homestead with both archeological and historic value.

The “house on the hill” was built on top of the Native American shell

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Come and enjoy the serenity of Yoga on the Beach while listening to the sounds of the ocean’s waves.

The Loggerhead Marinelife Center is hosting a Deep Blue Yoga class on Saturday, October 19th following their Beach Clean Up. The yoga event is designed for all levels of yoga and all are encouraged to attend.

The Yoga class begins at 10 am and goes until 10:45 am and is free to attend. Donations are appreciated and will be donated and used towards the sea turtle conservation and awareness.

Click here to register for the Deep Blue Yoga on the Beach.

The Deep Blue Yoga on the Beach is located on the beach across from the Loggerhead Marinelife Center located at 14200 US Highway One, Juno Beach.

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Great adventure awaits in Palm Beach County. It’s always fun to do something new, but often we fall into the trap of spending our weekends the same way.  Step outside of your comfort zone and get creative.  If you're stuck in the same old routine, it's time to try something new. McCarthy’s Wildlife Sanctuary, 12943 61st Street North, West Palm Beach, will help you get in touch with the adventurer within you.If you’re stuck in the same old routine, it might be time to try something new.  When was the last time you went to a wildlife sanctuary? McCarthy’s Wildlife Sanctuary always has a great adventure waiting. You will encounter over 200 animals during your visit to the sanctuary. They offer tours of the facility which rescues and rehabilitates wild

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Within the city limits of northern Palm Beach County is a treasure known as Frenchman’s Forest Natural Area.  The natural area protects “slash pine flatwoods, live oak hammock, cypress swamp, hydric hammock and tidal swamp and mangrove habitat”. The natural preserve is located at 12201 Prosperity Farms Road, right off Prosperity Farms Road, not to far from the Garden’s Mall in Palm Beach Gardens.  Follow the winding drive to a small parking area and prepare to step backward in time to the old Florida of the first settlers in South Florida.

Frenchman’s Forest Natural Area consists of 4 trails. Each of the different trails are described on the information board and it describes which type of wildlife you may expect to see on your hike. If you prefer

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The Indiantown Rodeo is galloping back into town this weekend. This rodeo has been named one of the top 20 events in the southeast by the Southeast Tourism Society. Presented by the Indiantown Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by U.S. Sugar.

The Indiantown Rodeo is a Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and Women’s Pro Rodeo Association authorized event that features bareback riding, saddle bronc riding, bull riding, tie-down roping, steer wrestling, team roping, barrel racing and much more fun!

The kids will also enjoy the award-winning kids corral, which is packed full of activities that show local youth to the Agri-business environment. This is a free hands-on, interactive Rodeo experience.

Stop by the exhibits and see what the vendors

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On the third Saturday of every month, a group of volunteers from Blue Friends gather together on the beach for a Saturday morning Beach Clean Up on Juno Beach. 

The Clean Up lasts approximately an hour long and all are welcomed to come and help keep our beaches clean. You are asked to bring a bucket and gloves to help collect the debris and trash left on the beach.

Following the Beach Clean Up will be a light breakfast sponsored by Whole Foods Market in Palm Beach Gardens and Another Broken Egg Café in Jupiter. There will also be complimentary coffee by Oceana Coffee.

The next Beach Clean Up is Saturday October 19th at 8:30 am. Following the Beach Clean Up and breakfast there will be a free Deep Blue Yoga class for those wanting to stay and enjoy the

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What better way to have fun this Fall than to check out one of the many Palm Beach County outdoor adventures on the water. Whether a beginner or a professional here is a list of some of “Must-Try” water activities in Palm Beach County.

Kayaking

Kayaking is seen as nice and relaxing water activity. Kayaks can hold up to one or two people depending on the type and size of the kayak. You can come and explore Florida’s nature by gliding down the waterway and getting a good workout in while doing it. Several parks, as well as the Intracoastal, offer a nice adventure. Here is a list of some of the local parks to kayaking through Peanut Island, Okeeheelee Park, Jonathan Dickinson State Park, Loxahatchee River, John D MacArthur State Park, and much

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The Lake Trail is a 5.5-mile path running north to south along the barrier island of Palm Beach. The scenic town is known for its upscale estates, tall palm trees, blue ocean views and beautiful landscaping- which all make the Lake Trail an excellent route to endeavor. Along the way, bikers will pass 18 eye-catching sites including the West Palm Beach skyline, Society of the Four Arts, The Breakers and historic Kennedy bunker on Peanut Island. 

The towering age-old coconut palms on the island create a nice shady path (particularly in the morning) for riders to get a glimpse of exclusive high-end backyards of impressive estates. Sites like the Estee Lauder Mansion and Flagler Museum are an incredible display of Gilded Age architecture and history in

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