Taking place every second Saturday of the month in West Palm Beach is a guided tour through the Historical Northwood Village. This guided tour takes guests on an educational journey of the historic art district in Northwood Village. It is a walking tour that lasts about an hour and a half. 

The knowledgeable and passionate tour guides, begin the tour with an introduction on the rich history of Northwood Village. Once the story begins, adventure awaits. You will travel by foot with a group of friendly and fervent art and history lovers into the heart of the village. Northwood Village has transformed over the years into a vibrant art scene with a great blend of galleries, bars, restaurants and boutiques. 

The art you will see on these tours ranges…

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Phipps Park is a beautiful and tranquil campground that rests aside the Okeechobee Waterway in Stuart, Florida. It is a small and private little park only reaching about 55 acres in size, but for what it lacks in size it makes up for in splendor. 

Unlike some of the bigger parks in the area, Phipps Park has maintained its small and close to nature feel. It offers its guests 18 RV parking sites equipped with electric, water and a dump station. Built in picnic areas are shaded by tall pine, oak and palms providing the perfect environment for those who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of work and business and reconnect with nature without having to leave town. 

Guests can enjoy both fresh and saltwater fishing year round, as you are only…

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The Junior Vet Lab is a must try experience for local kids who love Marinelife and animals! Taking place at the Loggerhead Marine Life Center in Juno Beach, the Junior Vet Lab educates kids 12 years of age and under about the science behind rehabilitating and releasing turtles back into their natural habitat. 

“Dr. Logger,” one of the educated volunteers at Loggerhead, leads the program. The program happens daily for about 30 minutes and walks the kids through the center talking about everyone from rescue to release. The day starts with a role-played phone call to Dr. Logger over the walkie talkie with the kids, asking them to come to the beach to help an injured turtle. The kids will come to the aid of a green sea turtle replica and then help Dr.…

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West Palm Beach Scarecrow Festival photo by James Preston Save the date for the Annual Scarecrow Festival & Contest in downtown West Palm Beach. The Festival will be held on the grounds of the Historic 1916 Court House, home of the Johnson History Museum. This family event celebrates the season and will feature kids’ activities, arts & crafts, live music, food, agriculture booths, and the famous Scarecrow Competition. The Scarecrow Competition remains the big attraction, with businesses, schools, individuals and community groups competing for cash prizes. The courthouse lawn will be filled with fall family favorites like pumpkin decorating, a haystack hunt, museum tours, face painting, bake-sale, corn shucking, and craft tents. Make sure you do not miss the pie eating…

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Photo Courtesy of Riviera Beach Maritime Academy

Palm Beach County divers have a new underwater landmark to discover. The new reef will honor a local three-time breast cancer survivor, Andrea Torrente. “Andrea's Reef”, a 60,000-pound mermaid honoring the valiant woman, has established a home just 3/4 miles east off the Lake Worth Inlet, submerged under 75 feet of water. The sculptures for the reef were deployed off Ocean Reef Park on Singer Island, August 11, 2016.

Thomas McDonald, sculptor, found the inspiration to model his mermaid after the local woman who has survived breast cancer. McDonald started work on his commissioned sculpture during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month last October. He said in a release, "I work at a women's health…

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Now on display at The Waterfront on West Palm Beach is the internationally recognized art installation known as “Los Trompos” or “Spinning Tops.” Created by two Mexican, contemporary artists, these colorful tops are interactive so you touch, see and feel them. 

The Waterfront has been transformed into a medley of vivid colors while Los Trompos are in town. Artists, Hector Esrawe and Ignacio Cadena are the masterminds behind these beautiful tops. The installation is comprised of 20, 3D spinning tops that have been described as “larder than life.” The tops are made of different medium from rope to metal. All of the tops inspiration comes from the artists’ childhood toys. Each one has its own unique shape, color and spin, and are inspired by nature and…

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The beginning of OPUS One wine can be traced to 1970 at the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel in Hawaii. Baron Philippe de Rothschild and Rebert Mondavi met for the very first time and began their collaboration to merge old world and new world wine styles into one grand opus.Plans for the winery had been evolving between the two since the early 1970’s and the collaboration between Mondavi and Rothschild was announced in 1980.

Did you know that Baron Rothschild came up with the name Opus for the venture? Just two days later he added the second word, “One” and the new joint venture had a name – OPUS One. The term opus is defined as “a musical expression denoting the first masterwork of the composer”.

Did you know that the vines of OPUS One are planted five…

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The World Goes Round is now playing at the beloved Kravis Center in West Palm Beach. The show is a musical spectacular featuring some of the most popular songs of Broadway, performed by Broadway stars. 

The World Goes Round is the fourth show put on by the Carbonell Award Nominated company, MNM Productions. Some of the best-known songs in theatre will be performed by Broadway legends such as Fred Ebb and John Kander. Songs you can look forward to hearing at The World Goes Round include All That Jazz, Cabaret, Maybe This Time and so much more. The cast of The World Goes Round will be starring: Clay Cartland, Jinon Deeb, Shelley Keelor, Michael Scott Ross, and Leah Sessa.

Reserved seating tickets are priced at $45 per ticket and $60 for stage side…

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The Elliot Museum is an inspiring feature of Stuart that adds educational fun to the Treasure Coast. The museum offers a variety of unique collections, exhibits and lectures to its guests “designed to serve the interests of the people who live and visit the Treasure Coast.” 

At the Elliot Museum there is an exhibit or class for everyone. You can find an impressive collection of classic cars, trucks, bicycles and boats all in mint condition and on display for guests to get up close and personal with. Peruse the exhibits of Americana origin focusing American sports and American history. You can spend hours looking over the baseball and football memorabilia. The art collections are often changing to feature exhibits from different artists renowned around…

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Set aside a day for speed and competition for a race unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. Located right outside of town, is a fun and thrilling adventure awaiting you. If you like to race, have a streak for going fast you must spend a day at Palm Beach Karting. 

What makes Palm Beach Karting unique is their ability to grant a kart to all types of people. Whether you are a novice or a pro, and depending on your age and size, there is a kart for you. This feature makes Palm Beach Karting a perfect destination for everyone. Families with kids of different ages are all able to enjoy racing in a safe environment and at their skill level. 

Palm Beach Karting offers karts and go-karts for rent, group karting options and even allow those who own their…

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