There are many fun things to do in Dania Beach, FL!


Antonio’s Pizza & Italian Restaurant
Opened in 1979, Antonio’s has been a local favorite family-run restaurant in Dania Beach. The atmosphere is overall low key and relaxing, while classic and modern Italian staples are served. The staff is known for being friendly and informative, and one of the main food items that customers rave about are the delicious garlic rolls. Other favorites include calamari, chicken tetrazzini, veal Sicilian, the Meatballs, wings, tiramisu, and zeppolis. Antonio’s is closed Monday and open from 11am-10pm Tuesday through Thursday, 11am-11pm on Friday, 12pm-11pm Saturday, and 3pm to 10pm Sunday.

International Game Fish Association Hall of Fame & Museum
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Photo courtesy Eduardo Buchin, Jupiter.

One thing many people will agree with is that this year has been an exceptionally brutal winter.  Spring break will come as a well-deserved break from the harsh, freezing temperatures up north.  Seasonal depression (Seasonal Affective Disorder) during the winter months can really get you down.

Some scientists think seasonal depression is caused by certain hormones in the brain that trigger “attitude related” changes at certain times of the year.  One theory regarding the hormone changes is that sunlight during fall and winter leads to the brain producing less serotonin.  Serotonin is a chemical produced by the brain which regulates mood.  When this isn’t functioning normally, results can be feelings of…

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At Arnold Palmer's traditional Wednesday before the Arnold Palmer Invitational press conference, the King announced that come May all 18 of Bay Hill's greens and the practice greens will all be completely re-done.

Come May 15th, Palmer will close down Bay Hill for the majority of the summer while all 18 greens and the practice putting greens get a complete overhaul.

"I have every intention on May the 15th of closing the golf course and re-doing all 18 greens and the putting green," Palmer said. 

At one point, nine holes will be open and available for members and guests, but as Palmer put it, if you want to play 18, you will have to play it twice.

"The golf course will be closed most of the summer and we will have nine holes open and it will be…

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The Gardens Mall is an upscale shopping complex in Palm Beach Gardens, featuring many luxurious shops and restaurants. The centerpiece of the mall is the beautiful lower-level courtyard with a charming fountain that lights up different colors, a habitual favorite for the younger visitors. The mall features such high-end stores as Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, Chanel, Gucci, Tory Burch, Louis Vitton, and many more top-of-the-line names. Some more affordable options include American Eagle Outfitters, H&M, Hollister, Aeropostale, Pac Sun, Sephora, Journey, and Build-A-Bear, to name a few. Two mall restaurants are situated at the Nordstrom end of the mall: Brio, an Italian-Tuscan favorite, and PF Changs, which serves delicious Chinese food. For those…

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Palm Beach County Film Fest
The Palm Beach International Film Festival (PBIFF) was a notion that was founded in 1996 for local business and leaders who thought that a film festival would be a fun venue for the community to get involved in. It was created to be a fundraiser for film and TV education by providing opportunities to the areas resources.

Nowadays, The Palm Beach International Film Festival is a prominent place for exhibitors to display flicks and have the chance to meet filmmakers that may have partnerships from around the nation. PBIFF offers the probabilities for independent filmmakers to get noticed by a bigger audience too.  

“PBIFF will be celebrating both the history and the future of the film industry for its 20th year! There will be eight days of films from around…

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Enjoy a taste of the islands Saturday March 21, 2015 from 1:00 – 6:00pm.  This family friendly event at the Plaza Down Under on the Riverwalk will feature something for everyone.  Listen to steel drum bands and live tropical music as local vendors sell island themed art, crafts and jewelry.

A “Junkanoo Band” will play from 2:00-3:00pm and lead a parade though the events plaza. Not familiar with Junkanoo? Junkanoo is a lively and colorful street carnival parade.  After 500 years of practice, the legends differ as to the roots of Junkanoo in the Caribbean. The most popular belief is that it stemmed from the days of slavery.  In the late 18th century many Loyalists, from England, brought their enslaved servants to the Caribbean. At Christmas time, they…

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There are plenty of things to do with kids in Boynton Beach, FL!


Green Cay Nature Center & Wetlands
The Green Cay Nature Center & Wetlands overlooks over 100 acres of wetlands and features 1.5 miles of elevated boardwalk on which to view the many habitats, in addition to many informational signs to share a little information about each one. The Nature Center features a lecture hall, gift shop, and live animals within exciting exhibits. They are open Wednesday through Saturday from 9am to 3pm and are closed Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday.

AMF Boynton Beach Lanes
AMF Boynton Beach Lanes is a fun place for kids, mainly because it offers 32 lanes of bowling, which is always enjoyable for children, but also a fun arcade with some of the latest games. A Play Pack…

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1.    Shipwreck Bar & Grille (Jupiter) - Join the St. Patrick’s Day celebration by indulging in the delicious and traditional Irish food featuring Corned Beef and Cabbage platter, all while enjoying the Live Tunes starting at 6:00 p.m. with musical performances from “Fast Eddie.” The full Irish menu will be featured all day long until closing time! Enjoy!

Shipwreck Bar & Grill is located at: 1511 North Old Dixie Highway, Jupiter, FL 33469

2.    O’Shea’s Irish Pub (West Palm Beach) – Get your Irish on a Tuesday…Downtown West Palm Beach knows how to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, with all the Irish you can handle. The block will be sealed off for leprechauns to celebrate and the event includes special appearances from Irish dancers, bagpipers, kid’s…

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Here are some fun things to do with kids in Juno Beach, FL!


Loggerhead Marinelife Center

Loggerhead Marinelife, located in Juno Beach, is a great place to spend a few hours with the kids. Every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 3pm, there is a fish feeding, during which time children can learn about the different kinds of fish. There are also Hammock Hikes every Friday morning at 10:30, which allows children to explore through a rare coastal hammock and learn about the different kinds of birds flying about. During the months of September through May, Hatchling Tales is a storybook time for ages 0-4 that takes place every Wednesday morning at 10:30am, as well as Mommy & Me Paint every Thursday morning at 10:30.

Downtown at the Gardens

Just a short…

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As a slice of our American Heritage, many enjoy celebrating in the culture and music of New Orleans, including tons of Crawfish that is flown in live and boiled. The second year of South Florida’s Premier festival welcomes back, The CrawDebauchery Festival that rejoices all to join the heritage of New Orleans, known as the city of music to Pompano Beach, Florida. 

Experience the culture, foods, and music of what New Orleans is most famous for. New Orleans has blended many different cultures to join together musically, the Big Easy is known as the birthplace of jazz.

With the musical passion, the festival will be featuring 7 bands from Louisiana, from a range of genres from jazz to bluegrass and Rock & Roll! The taste of the culture will host about 6-10…

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