Palm Beach County is a heaven to call home in so many ways. With its year round warm weather, bathtub like ocean water, pristine beaches, world class golf, ample fishing grounds, fine eateries and glamorous shops. The county rivals the nation for some of the most desirable real estate, coveted by those across the globe. Should you own a home in Palm Beach County or just spend time here away from your current home, you know its charm. 

Perhaps one of the most amazing features of the area is its water and all it has to offer. For the avid boater, the fishing enthusiast or just those who appreciate the water, here is what Palm Beach offer. 

First thought, the ocean. Of course the ample and ever bearing Atlantic Ocean that gently crashes along the…

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Downtown Delray Beach is known for its amazing arts and culture and of course its nightlife. For those who love sun, sand and an eclectic mix of art galleries, you must experience what Delray Beach has to offer. The city has become famous for its art culture, beautiful galleries and fun festivals. Every first Friday of the month is the Friday Night Artwalk, where locals and visitors alike get together to explore Delray’s Galleries.

3 local art galleries you must visit in Delray Beach are: the Cornell Art Museum, The Sundook Fine Art Gallery and the Spady Cultural Heritage Museum.

The Cornell Art Museum 

The Cornell Art Museum is located in downtown Delray Beach in a restored old Florida house that was originally built in…

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The month of September is all about flavor, taste and an homage to all things culinary and it is known as Boca Restaurant Month. All of the best restaurants from across Boca Raton will be bringing their best dishes and gastronomic glories forward for a month of amazing eats. This year, the theme for Boca Restaurant Month is “Boca Loves New York.” 

With all things New York in mind, over 20 of the most acclaimed restaurants in Boca will be offering lunch and dinner specials showcasing three course meals and signature cocktails. For those of us local to Palm Beach County or not, you will want to make it out to Boca Restaurant Month! It is a fun and friendly way to explore the city of Boca Raton. All of the featured restaurants for the month are very…

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  Palm Beach County and Loggerhead Marinelife Center have collaborated to ban balloons from 11 local beachfront parks in an effort to help keep sea turtles safe. Afterall, this area is a haven for sea turtles to nest, particularly for the endangered Loggerhead. As we are in the middle of nesting season, the ban is just in time. Loggerhead Marinelife Center teams have cleaned more than 1,000 balloons off of Juno Beach alone. Balloons are dangerous to sea turtles because they can be mistaken for a jellyfish- the Loggerhead's favorite snack. The balloon strings can also entangle the turtles.      Loggerhead Marinelife Center has teamed up with precincts spanning across 130 miles of the south Florida coastline to ban balloons. Eleven…

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The goal for many of us that live in south Florida is often to have the iconic piece of real estate. For some that means golf course front, for others it may mean beachfront or waterfront. If you happen to be a boater in Jupiter, and do not have the waterfront piece of real estate we all dream of, don’t fret! Here is a list of boat ramps perfect for launching your boat into the blue waters of Jupiter for a day with the water. 

Waterway Park 
3630 Indiantown Road
Jupiter, Florida 33477

Waterway Park is currently the newest boat ramp in Jupiter, located just off of Indiantown Road. The hours of this park are from sunrise to sunset. Some of the amenities that you can enjoy when utilizing Waterway Park include: 3 boat launching ramps which are free to the…

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The beloved local performing arts theater, The Maltz Theatre, located just a few hundred feet from the beach in Jupiter is upgrading itself. Matltz has been in Jupiter around for decades and its new plans for an expansion to its campus will greatly improve it. 

The proposal for the $25-$30 million expansion to the theatre was approved by Jupiter Town Council last October. The expansion project includes details like a much bigger stage and conservatory that will be twice the size they currently are. The rest of 2016 and 2017 the Maltz Theatre has been in its “quiet phase of fundraising” for its expansion. Just hits week, the local Jupiter Theatre announced the public launch of its…

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Join Carlin Park this Saturday August 26th, in Jupiter for the 3rd Annual Hang 20 Surf Dog Classic!

This family friendly event will be filled with food, kids’ activities, vendors, live music and surfing dogs. This community favorite event had over 2000 attendees last year and this year they are hoping to exceed that number.

The surfing event consists of four groups arranged by the dogs size: small, medium, large and SUP, which stands for stand-up surfboard.
To register your pup, visit, space is limited to make sure to register soon if your dog is planning to surf. You can also sign your dog up for surf lessons on the Jupiter beach to get a better chance at winning the completion. The event starts at 8 am and registration…

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Did you know that a group of British aviators landed their planes in Jupiter? They were allies with the United States and practiced water landings and takeoffs on Jupiter’s waterways the winter of 1916-1917.  The 3 small, single engine bi-winged seaplanes were obvious Allied Planes of World War I. They were painted with traditional motifs used at the time: wide vertical red, white and blue stripes on the rudder and circular targets on the wings. 

They were men were lodged at the local, Jupiter hotel, The Carlin House. Carlin White met his wife in the Town of Jupiter, they eloped in 1905 and in 1907 had a baby boy they named him Carlin. He was born in the Carlin House. It is not accurately identified when the Carlin family decided to convert the…

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Do you love golf so much that you’d wish you had gone to school and studied golf?  Well now you can in Palm Beach County Homes for Sale.  Keiser University has relocated their golf program from Port St. Lucie to their West Palm Beach Campus.

Keiser University offers an Associate of Science degree in Golf Management “prepares students for a variety of positions in the golf industry. In this program, students are prepared to provide golf instruction, manage golf course operations, ensure appropriate maintenance of golf facilities and equipment, as well as integrate the play of golf into the broader hospitality and recreation domain. Through a competency-based education format and state-of-the practice golf training equipment, students are given…

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The Lighthouse in Jupiter is hosting a Sunset Tour event to take in the wonderful views and sunset reflecting off the town and ocean.

The event is scheduled to take place Wednesday August 23rd, 2017 around 7:15 pm, weather permitting. During the tour, visitors will get to climb the stairs and take a look inside the Lighthouse’s watch room with a chance to see the light turn on and to experience how everything works.

The tour is approximately an hour and 15 minutes long. Tickets and reservations are required to reserve your spot. The tickets are $15 dollars for members and $20 dollars for non-members. Children are welcomed and must be at least 48" to climb the Lighthouse tower.

For more information and to check the tour times, visit…

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