Cooler weather is on the way in South Florida and that means all kinds of fun activities coming up this November. Here are 3 fun things you and your family will enjoy doing this November in the Palm Beaches.

Tree Lighting

Starting at the end of the month on November 30 you can visit Mr. and Mrs. Claus and join them at Downtown at the Gardens' winter wonderland for its annual tree lighting. Celebrate the holidays with crafts; snacks; letters to Santa; a light show featuring thousands of lights synchronized to classic holiday songs; and more at this free, family-friendly event.

Meet Nadine Asin

Head to the Palm Beach Symphony on November 7 to get to know Nadine Asin, the principal flutist of the Palm Beach Symphony as part of its “Meet the…

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On the second Friday of every month, Town Center Drive in Jupiter transforms into the ultimate Food Truck Invasion.

The gourmet food trucks line the streets and feature everything from burgers, tacos, pizza, nachos, desserts, Asian, seafood and much more. The food trucks that attend are some of the best food trucks in South Florida.

Bring your chairs, blankets and even a table to come and enjoy the delicious food and music playing at the Abaoca Amphitheater.

The next Food Truck Invasion is this Friday, November 8th at 5:30 pm. For more information about the event, click here to visit their website.

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The 80-acre island called Peanut is a local treasure where many families have built life-long memories. And even though it’s Fall, the weather is still perfect for a boat trip to Peanut. Once you get there, there are several things to do besides just lay on the beach. Here’s your Peanut Island bucket list.

Go Snorkeling

The clear blue water surrounds a reef and large lagoon filled with an abundance of marine life. Inside the lagoon, the snorkeling area is protected with lifeguards and strong currents and wake is kept out by the break walls. Reef dwellers from parrotfish and angelfish to starfish are common, and the water is an average annual temperature of 78 degrees.

Camp Out

There are 17 campsites on Peanut Island that include a tent…

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On Monday’s, the Loggerhead Marinelife Center hosts new Living Beaches event. Join the Marinelife Center staff and you local neighbors to learn about our beaches.

The hour-long interactive course will discuss the Florida’s coastal ecosystems and will discover how sea turtles make their way onto Juno Beach, one of the world’s most populated sea turtle nesting location in the world.

The tours and presentations provide visitors with a hands on experience while creating a lasting impression that connects the environment with the importance of protecting it.

The cost is free to attend and is geared towards those 12 years old and older.

The next Living Beaches is this Monday, November 4th at 10:30 am to 11:30 am.

To register, click here.

The Loggerhead…

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A local favorite, the 18th Annual Juno Beach Craft Festival is happening this Saturday and Sunday. You and your family can enjoy the wonderful Fall weather while you shop handcrafted leather goods, paintings, photography, personalized products, glassworks, and much more -- all made in the USA!

When: Saturday, November 9th from 10:00am to 5:00pm | Sunday, November 10th from 10:00am to 4:00pm

Where: 14200 U.S. 1 in Juno Beach, FL

Cost: Free

Click here for more information.

About Juno Beach

Luxury amenities, beautiful beaches and an easygoing lifestyle define Jno Beach, Florida. Juno Beach is a well known for its beauty and beaches. It is often referred to as a "beach town" and has become a popular vacation spot.

About 43% of Juno…

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Looking for something to do that the whole family will enjoy? Come out to McCarty Ranch Preserve this Saturday for fun, fun, fun!

This bi-annual event at McCarty Ranch is hosted by the City of Port St. Lucie and has free admission and parking. There will be live music from 3pm to 7pm, a petting zoo, pony rides, horseback riding, bounce houses, face painting, fishing tournament, hayrides and a bonfire. Food will be offered for purchase.

Want to make the most of your weekend? You can also camp at McCarty Ranch at one of their 13 primitive campsites or 6 RV trailer sites. Tent sites are $20 per night, plus tax and RV sites are $23 per night, plus tax. Every campsite has a fire ring with a foldable grill, a lantern hook and picnic table. There are…

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If you’re a boater, you may have seen or stopped at the Food Yacht in Jupiter for a quick bite, but there’s more to the story about this yummy yacht.

Chef and Captain of the 40-foot catamaran proudly anchored up in Jupiter between the A1A and US1 bridge, Justin Lindemann has been a chef in the Palm Beach area for over 16 years, including at Jupiter’s beloved Food Shack. He created the Food Yacht in March of 2015 to pursue his dream of providing delicious food on the beautiful Florida waters and now serves hungry boaters all weekend long.

Not only is he licensed by the town of Jupiter, but he is also inspected by the Department of Food and Health. Although Lindemann has owned his boat for four years, he wasn’t really able to go full time with…

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People in the South Florida have always had a thing for health and wellness.  “Movember” is an annual event involving the growing of moustaches during the month of November to raise awareness of men's health issues, such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and men's emotional health. The purpose of this annual event is to raise awareness around men’s health.

The term “Movember” is a hybrid of the Australian-English diminutive word for moustache, "mo", and "November".  For clarification purposes the “MovembeFoundation” focuses on men's health, and “NoShavember” is aimed at fighting cancer, regardless of sex. “Movember” is its own separate thing, with its own separate rules, and activism.

Founded in 2003 by two men, Travis Garone and Luke Slattery,…

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Leftovers Café, 451 University Boulevard, Jupiter, is hosting Families Feeding Families Charity Brunch to benefit Merciful Heavens of Jupiter Enjoy great food, great company, live music, silent auction, prizes and fun on Sunday, November 3th beginning at 11:00 AM. 100% of ticket sales and proceeds will go to Merciful Heavens, Inc. of Jupiter. 

Merciful Heavens, Inc. mission is to promote nutritious, economical food around the table, while enhancing the values of community by families helping other families. Founded in 2011, Incorporated as a 501c(3) Non-profit in 2015. 100% volunteer organization. 100% of donations go to programs. Patricia Bowman, founder, was taught early on by her mother that “there is always room for one more”.  This learned…

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Sunday, November 3, 2019 is the final day and Sunday Funday at the 17th Annual Feast of Little Italy.  Located in the Town of Jupiter’s, Abacoa neighborhood, this event is a family-friendly street festival.   Visitors to the event will embark on a “cultural journey filled with authentic Italian food, music, art and tradition”. Neighbors, families and friends can wander the main streets of Abacoa and enjoy cooking demonstrations, an assortment of vendors, wine seminars and live entertainment. The festival caters to every generation, from the young to the young at heart.  

Interesting facts you may not have known about Italy:

- Of the top 10 oldest universities in the world, 4 of them are based in Italy.

- The Italian Police Force use…

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