There are just two dates left for the monthly Kids Crawl at the Downtown at the Gardens until the new year.
All are invited to attend the fun filled afternoon held on the last Wednesday of the month. The Kids Crawl includes free children’s and family activities, retailer promotions, free carousel rides, games, arts and crafts, plenty of surprises and much more.
Kids Crawl at the Downtown at the Gardens Schedule:
Wednesday, October 30th: 11 am to 1 pm
Wednesday, November 27th: 11 am to 1 pm
The Downtown at the Gardens is located at 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Avenue, Palm Beach Gardens.
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Come out to Witham Field and experience the 2019 Audi Stuart Air Show, presented by Martin County Airport and Pratt & Whitney.
Enjoy the 30th Anniversary with performances by the F16 Demo Team, Aeroshell Aerobatic Team, John Klatt Airshows “Screamin Sasquatch Jet Waco” and so many more! You will have the opportunity for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to fly on a C-47, B-17, UH-1 Huey Helicopter or the Bell 47. (All for an additional fee). There will also be a numerous amount of aircraft that will be statically displayed.
New this year is the interactive and educational STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics) tent, which focuses on aviation and flight related topics. This is perfect for children in grades K-10.…
If you are looking for an alternative to Trick-or-Treating through the neighborhood, then look no further. The Martin County Sheriff’s Office is hosting a Trunk or Treat event on Halloween to provide a safe, controlled and fun environment for the children.
On Thursday, October 31st from 5pm – 9pm, come out and enjoy this free, family fun event. There will be music, food, popcorn, snow cones, hayrides, a petting zoo, face painting, a bounce house, food trucks and loads of free candy! This event is open to the public and admission is free!
Where: Martin County Sheriff’s Office – 800 SE Monterey Road, Stuart
Food Trucks roll into Juno Beach on the last Wednesday of every month for their monthly Food Truck Day.
The ultimate lineup of Food Trucks takes over Juno Beach Park for one night only. The monthly food truck event is this Wednesday, October 30th from 3:30 pm to 9 pm. Each truck prepares each meal fresh and offers some of the best food truck dishes in Palm Beach County. The food ranges in price and cuisine and offers everything from tacos, to burgers, to pizza, to desserts, seafood and much more. There will also be drinks and live music through the day and night.
When: Wednesday, October 30th
Time: 3:30 pm to 9 pm
Where: Juno Beach Park located at 14775 US Highway 1
For more details, click here to visit their Facebook Page.
The annual LagoonFest is happening in Lake Worth this Saturday. As the name suggests, the event celebrates the beautiful Lake Worth Lagoon, an environmentally important waterway teeming with life.
Bring the family and come enjoy this FREE event this Saturday (November 2) to discover what makes this Lagoon such a local treasure and fantastic place to visit.
Finding water in The Palm Beaches is easy. It’s everywhere you go. From 47 miles of spectacular beaches to sunsets over Lake Okeechobee’s teeming waters, to the one-of-a-kind Florida Everglades. They’re all here, including an extraordinary 20-mile waterway: Lake Worth Lagoon. To celebrate this unique estuary and the multiple ways to appreciate its beauty – come to Lagoon Fest.
The Loggerhead Marinelife Center is dedicated to helping protect the ocean, marine life and injured and endangered sea turtles through their rehabilitation center and research programs. More recently the Loggerhead Marinelife Center has begun expansion on their new 27,000 square foot facility to help provide more research space and rehabilitate more sea turtles.
The Loggerhead Marinelife Center has raised millions of dollars for their expansion through their Waves of Progress campaign which launched in 2017. With the expansion, the center is dedicated to providing more outreach programs and education for both the public and the researchers at the center.
The popular Palm Beach County attraction is set to build an auditorium, double their tank space, have
Head a little south to the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show Wednesday, October 30th through Sunday, November 3rd.
The popular International Boat Show is celebrating its 60th year. Fort Lauderdale is often known as the “Yachting Capital of the World” and being home to two of the largest cruise ship ports in the world and home to the largest boat show in the world.
The Boat Show will take place across 7 locations and feature more than 1,500 boats on display, 3 million square feet of exhibition space, 6 miles of floating docks, over 1,200 exhibitors and 52 countries represented.
Boats on display in the water and on land range from Brokerage Yachts, runabouts, catamarans, high performance boats, center consoles, motor yachts, super yachts, sailing
The Jupiter family-favorite “Feast of Little Italy” is happening this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday (November 1-3).
This year’s, the 17th Annual Feast of Little Italy, will be a three-day family street festival with national entertainment, authentic food, festival rides, games, free wine and cooking demonstrations, great shopping and lots more. The importance of the Festival has been dedicated to the importance of family and community as we celebrate Italian heritage and culture.
Every year the Feast of Little Italy continues to grow and attract more vendors and more visitors from across Palm Beach County. For you locals, that means more delicious food options. There will be stands and pavilions lining Abacoa where you can buy food, listen to…
Peanut Island is a favorite destination for boaters. Even in the Fall, Peanut Island offers lots of fun with fishing, snorkeling, and camping opportunities within the beautiful clean waters that surround it. Take a casual stroll on the paved pathways which wrap around the Island as well as the guarded and unguarded beaches for a day of fun in the sun.
The island was created in 1918 as a result of material excavated during the Inlet construction. Its name comes from a peanut oil production plant which its primary function was to serve as a shipping terminal. It wasn't a success. In 1946, the government abandoned the plant retaining the name of the island. They then turned it into a "spoil site for the inlet maintenance and shipping channel".…
Head to Anchorage Park this weekend for the ultimate Food Truck Frenzy and Movie Night.
All are welcomed to come and spend time with neighbors and friends for dinner at the park. The Village of North Palm Beach hosts several Food Truck Frenzy each year and the next one is this Saturday, October 26th.
Each Food Truck event will feature anywhere from 10 to 15 Food Trucks or more for the night. The night will also include a Movie in the Park in addition to the lineup of delicious food.
You are welcomed to bring your lawn chairs, blankets, and the whole family for a night of fun.
When: Saturday, October 26th from 5 pm to 9 pm
Where: Anchorage Park at 603 Anchorage Drive, North Palm Beach