February 2020

There are 101 blog entries for February 2020.

From Jupiter Inlet to Palm Beach Inlet, fishing in the northern Palm Beaches is world-class. Whether you're heading offshore in a 41' Bahama or you're fishing the south jetty at Jupiter Inlet, here's a listing of tackle and bait shops that have at least a 4-star rating by locals.

Jupiter/Tequesta

Here are some great bait shops in Jupiter and Tequesta.

Fishing Headquarters

633 FL A1A Alt, Jupiter

(561) 743-7335    

Grand Slam Tackle & Marine Center

261 FL A1A Alt, Jupiter

(561) 746-0526

Jupiter Bait & Tackle

141 Center St, Jupiter

(561) 746-2116

West Marine

285 US-1, Tequesta

(561) 745-3013

 

Juno Beach

Here are some great bait shops in Juno Beach.

Juno Bait

12770 US-1, Juno Beach

(561) 694-2797

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The Palm Beach Zoo and Conversation Society is a non-profit zoo and is one of the top-rated zoological organizations in the state of Florida. The popular Palm Beach Zoo is located in Dreher Park in West Palm Beach.

The Zoo is home to hundreds of animals and species, many of them are endangered. In total more than 550 animals and more than 190 species roam freely throughout the 23 acres of lush tropical habitat. Animals include monkey’s, alligators, birds, tigers, elephants, jaguars, bears, sloths, and much more.

The Palm Beach Zoo is open daily from 9 am to 5 pm and is only closed on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. General Admission tickets are required to visit the zoo and cost $18.95 dollars for children, $22.95 for those 60 years old and older,

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One of the biggest benefits of living in sunny, Palm Beach County is its natural habitat. We have everything from soft sandy beaches with dunes, to scrub pine forests, to marshes, wide open ocean and estuaries, just to name a few. And with this vast expanse of habitats all in one small spot on the world, the wildlife you can see here is some of the best. 

You can take your kids, grandkids, nieces or nephews out for a day with animals in Jupiter. For those kids out there, that can’t get enough of the marine life we have native to Florida, here are 3 activities you have got to try! 

Sea Turtle Sleepover

The sea turtle sleepover event at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center is a favorite among kids. It's an exclusive nighttime program that offers a

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There are many restaurants in Martin County that feature "kids eat free" specials. From grilled cheese sandwiches and burgers to pizza and crab cake sliders, there's a menu item for your kid and somewhere to take them for free, every night of the week.

Sunday

Maya's Grill

Kids' Menu: Hamburgers, chicken fingers, tacos, enchiladas, nachos, and burritos. 

Kids Eat Free Hours: 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Address: 3099 S.W. Martin Downs Boulevard, Palm City. 772-221-10093

Monday

Sonny's BBQ

Kids' Menu: Barbecue sandwiches, salad bar, burgers, ribs, mac and cheese, grilled cheese, and hot dogs. 

Kids Eat Free Hours: 11 a.m.–9 p.m. Address: 1961 U.S.1, Stuart. 772-283-4150.

Tuesday

DeLITEful Kitchen

Kids' Menu: Apple and almond butter

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Downtown Palm Beach Gardens, formerly known as the Downtown at the Gardens is hosting their reoccurring Friday and Saturday Outdoor Concert Series this weekend.

The free weekly outdoor concert is held in the Center Court of the shopping and lifestyle center. The musical lineup features regional and local bands performing the latest hits. The bands play everything from country, classic rock, pop, jazz, oldies, blues, R&B, and everything in between.

The concert starts at 6 pm in the Center Court and last until 9 pm.

February 2020 Schedule:
Friday, February 21st: Groove Merchant
Friday, February 28th: Indigo Dreamers
Saturday, February 29th: Regarding Amy

Before or after the concert, make sure to check out one of the several restaurants located at the Downtown

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Scuba diving is very popular in South Florida as we have tons of reefs and rocks teaming with life to explore. Here is a list of the most popular diving spots for locals.

Breakers Reef

45-60 feet; two miles of reef with a five to fifteen-foot ledge absolutely packed with fish. Large sea turtles are often seen here with many unusual species of fish including batfish, morays, pancake fish, stargazers, puffer, scorpionfish, and stingrays.

Horseshoe Reef

40-60 feet; this horseshoe-shaped ledge is covered by sponges and sea fans, which attracts huge schools of snapper and other fish, especially during strong currents.

Juno Ledge

65-95 feet; drop-off plummets up to 20 feet as you drift with turtles, sharks, tropicals and schooling fish

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Just north of Harbourside Place is the Loxahatchee River Environmental Center in Burt Reynolds Park, it’s a great place to spend some time with your kids and learn about local marine ecosystems.

About the Center

The Loxahatchee River Environmental Center opened in Jupiter on August 23, 2008. The center’s beautiful aquariums trace the Loxahatchee River from its headwaters in Palm Beach County, through the cypress dominated floodplain in the Wild & Scenic segment, past the sand bar, and finally out to the coral reefs through Jupiter Inlet.

The River Center’s mission statement says, “We are dedicated to preserving the Loxahatchee River and its natural habitats, by designing innovative wastewater solutions, furthering river research efforts and

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It’s no secret that Waterfront Properties and Club Communities agents represent the most stunning listings in South Florida. If you’re searching for your dream home, we welcome you to attend any of our open houses this weekend!

 

1020 N Ocean Blvd, Palm Beach, FL 33480

Sunday at 1 PM – 3 PM

$5,500,000

3 Beds, 7 Bath, 4,407 SqFt

Elegance and charm make this Premier Regency Estate an absolute must see. Located on most desirable north end, close to Palm Beach Country Club, deeded beach access, over-sized lot over 17,400 sq ft, 3 bedrooms and 4 full and 3 half bathrooms, 5,199 sq. ft. exquisite detailing, exercise room, working fireplace, large pool surrounded by expansive landscaping, covered loggia with several sitting areas and full house

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For the past thirteen years, The Honda Classic Golf Tournament has been played at Palm Beach Garden’s PGA National Resort and Spa. Recently, the popular PGA Tournament has been named the “Most Fan Friendly Event” in 2019. The award was presented to The Honda Classic Golf Tournament at the PGA Tour’s Annual Meetings.

PGA National Resort and Spa has been the home to the golf tournament since 2007 and the tournament is back in Palm Beach County this February. PGA National consists of five golf courses with a total of 18 holes each. The courses include The Champion Course, The Palmer, The Estates, The Fazio, and The Squire. The Honda Classic is played every year on The Champion Course. The Champion Course was redesigned in 2014 and includes the famous “Bear

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With West Palm Beach Airboat Rides, you don’t have to go all the way to Miami to see the Everglades. On a tour the with West Palm Beach Airboat Rides you'll find animals like the American Alligator, bobcats, raccoons, rabbits and more than 20 species of birds. On an airboat, you have the opportunity to get up close and personal with these animals in their habitat, stopping when you see something cool to get a better look and take photos. Photographers can use airboat tours to get footage of plants and animals; the WPB Airboat Tours has an option for that in their tour packages, so here's a little bit about the three ride options: 

1 Hour Tour: Full Throttle

This option is for the thrill seeker. You'll take the newest airboat with over 600

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