The Sunset Celebration at Sailfish Marina

"In the midst of this beautiful tropical island setting you will find the premiere arts and crafts show of the Palm Beaches. Be prepared for a fun filled evening as you browse through the arts and crafts."

If you haven't had the opportunity to enjoy a night like this, then you are missing out! This is what every Thursday night at the Sailfish Marina is like. Picture this, the atmosphere is filled with flowing music, the scenery is a beautiful boardwalk, lined with people and art and a breath taking backdrop of the turquoise waters. This is the Sunset Celebration on Singer Island! 

Every Thursday evening from 6-9pm, you will enjoy the a wide variety of stunning works from artists around the nation. Creations like blown glass, pottery, wooden…

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The eighth annual Golf for Wildlife golf tournament will be held at The Fox Club in Palm City on Friday, May 24. The event, hosted by the Treasure Coast Wildlife Center is among the most exclusive tournaments in the area.

The tournament will be hosted by long time supporter Glen Hess and the Vicki Hess Foundation and will benefit the wildlife center's misson to rehabilitate and return sick and injured wild animals to their natural environment.

golf2-1_282_06The Treausre Coast Wildlife Center treats thousands of sick, injured, and orphaned wild animals each year and serves Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, Okeechobee, and Palm Beach Counties. Funds raised by the tournament will be used to support critical operational needs such as food and medical services for the…

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Mark your calendars for Saturday, June 29 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., at the historic Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse “Ponce Paella Party”!   This year communities all over Florida, from Stuart to North Palm Beach are recognizing the significance of the 500th anniversary of Juan Ponce de Leon arrival from Spain to Florida’s east coast, as well as Florida’s rich heritage and cultural diversity.

This paella party is destined to be a culinary delight for the palate.  Paella is a Valencian (east coast of Spain) rice dish. Many non-Spaniards view paella as Spain’s national dish, but most Spaniards consider it a regional dish. It is a delicious rice dish, cooked over an open fire, in a traditional paella pan, olive oil, onions, peppers, garlic, tomatoes, chicken,…

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When Stacy Lewis returns to New Jersey later this month for the LPGA ShopRite Classic, she will be returning as more than just the defending champion. She will be coming back as a hero.

The number 2 women's golfer in the world and Palm Beach Gardens resident donated $20,000 in November as a result of the destruction from Superstorm Sandy. Lewis remembers seeing all the destruction on TV from Japan where she was competing in a tournament.

"I was just watching on TV and thinking, `Gosh, I remember walking on the boardwalk.' Just seeing the pictures, I couldn't imagine being that that situation," Lewis told the Associated Press. "The volunteer in me wanted to come and see what I could do, but obviously I couldn't…

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The Palm Beach Gardens golf course will be closing on June 1 in order for renovations of the course to be completed.

golf2-1_282_05The par 72 course, located west of the Beeline Highway near Ibis, is scheduled to undergo $2.5 million in renovations. New drainage, irrigation, and planting of new grass is planned on the 6,500 yard course.

Located in the heart of the Loxahatchee Nature Preserve, Palm Beach Gardens golf course winds through nature preserves and wetland areas. It is one of the only golf courses in Florida that combines Florida wildlife with a challenging day of golf.

The Roy Case designed course will reopen in mid-November. For more information on renovations and to book a tee time before the June 1 closing, contact Palm Beach Gardens golf course at…

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People across South Florida woke up to cooler temperatures today, low to mid 60’s!  The National Weather Service is predicting cooler evening temperatures to last through the middle of the week through Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast.   These temperatures would be a perfect opportunity for you to get a garden project started.

Try to grow an herb garden this time of year. You will not believe the exquisite flavor that one fresh heirloom herb can bring to your kitchen and meals. If you have grown herbs before, or are growing some now, try a new one.  They are easy.  Start from seeds, seedling, or plant.  Put in the ground, flowerbox, or beautiful pots.
 
Be sure to plant enough to share. Herbs are amongst the easiest plants to grow.  Plant a couple of…

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On Friday, some of the top local golfers converged upon the East Course at Admirals Cove to try and begin the qualifying process for next month's U.S. Open.

Open to amateurs and professionals with a 1.4 handicap or lower, 84 golfers from around the state and around the world entered the qualifying event. Out of those 84 golfers, five golfers advanced out of the local qualifier and will move on to sectional qualifying the first week of June.

img_5295_3648_01Tequesta resident Gabriel Costa won the event with a 4-under 68. Richard Terga of Palm Beach Gardens, Ryan Yip of Canada, Zachary Oakley of Palm City and Christian Westhorpe all qualified for the sectional qualifying event as well. Terga, Yip, and Oakley qualified with rounds of 69, while Westhorpe received the…

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Our area is unlike any other and they are just like us. They cannot get enough of our natural, undisturbed beaches and neither can we!  Its sea turtle season and one of the most exciting times of the year for sea turtle lovers.  Every year thousands of sea turtle dig nests on John D. MacArthur Beach State Park in North Palm Beach, making it one of the highest density nesting beaches in Florida.

The season actually started in late March when the Leatherback sea turtles make their first appearance of the year. Then in April, our most abundant nesters, the Loggerhead sea turtles (Waterfront Properties favorite and insignia) appear. Finally yet importantly, the Green turtles make their appearance in late May until early June. The Florida Park Service manages…

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Join the city of Palm Beach Gardens as they take the weekly green market from outdoors to the cool air-conditioned indoors.  Previously held outside of City Hall, the green market will relocate indoors at STORE Self Storage & Wine Storage on Military Trail in the Gardens for the summer season.

The Palm Beach Gardens green market is a farmer’s market full of wonderful produce, flowers, plants, breads, seafood, bakery items, cheeses, sauces, and much more! Locally grown produce is offered to the community.  It is a tremendous opportunity to mingle with neighbors and friends while promoting a sense of community.  Over 100 vendors will be present at the green market offering artwork, entertainment, jewelry, and prepared food and drink items. 

The…

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With the calendar turning from April to May, it is time for golfers from around the country to try and qualify for the U.S. Open in June. Admirals Cove will host the first in what will be a series of month long qualifiers at different locations around the country on Friday, May 3rd, and the Golf Channel will be live from Admirals Cove throughout the morning.

Tim Rosaforte from the Golf Channel will be covering the U.S. Open qualifier on Friday. Rosaforte will be reporting live from the East Course at Admirals Cove during Golf Channel's Morning Drive program from 7-9am.

The par 72 East Course was designed by Robert von Hagge and will play at a distance of over 6,800 yards long on Friday. For more information on everything going on at Admirals Cove,…

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