Waterfront Properties | Real Estate News, Information & Blog - Blog Archive: May, 2020 | Page #7

The Jupiter Beach Food and Wine Festival unfortunately has been CANCELLED until further notice. Festival organizers assure that reimbursements will be issued as soon as possible. The entertaining and worthwhile event had been anticipated to kick off Saturday, May 16, 2020 from 2:00PM – 5:00PM at the Riverwalk Events Plaza, 25 South Coastal Way, Jupiter, FL 33477. 

Founded in 1994, Friends of Jupiter Beach is a 501(c)(3) community organization whose goal is to support and maintain environmentally healthy, clean, and dog-friendly beaches in Jupiter, Florida.  Friends of Jupiter Beach is a grassroots, volunteer-driven, not-for-profit group devoted to keeping a distinct section of Jupiter Beach clean and dog-friendly in northern Palm Beach County. 

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Encouraging children’s’ artistic chops while keeping walls free from markers and crayons is a delicate balance. With the current health restrictions in place, everyone, including kids are getting a bit stir crazy it can be a challenge. Try to keep them busy with free virtual classes for creative kids in South Florida.

The web offers a variety of art instructors teaching art classes for kids. The art classes are aimed for kids and range in diverse topics and age groups.  The virtual classes include simple craft projects, beginner drawing classes, watercolor painting, intermediate crafts, portraiture and more.  Some classes offer downloadable print outs for coloring and painting. 

The following are a few of the multitude of the free virtual…

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Gov. Ron DeSantis announced today that the state will move into a “full Phase 1” starting Monday.

That means gyms, which have previously been excluded can finally reopen. Restaurants also have received a bump as they will, starting Monday, be allowed to serve patrons at 50% capacity. Theme parks and other excluded businesses are next on the list, and beaches across the state will reopen Monday as well.

Movie theaters, however, are one of the few exceptions and will not be allowed to reopen on Monday.

As the governor (and health experts) has advised young, healthy people to get back to their normal lives as soon as possible, meaning if they have been inactive, they should start exercising again as soon as possible because, for the young and…

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County Commissioners announced today that beaches in Palm Beach County will officially reopen this coming Monday, May 18th. This is great news Palm Beachers eager to get back in the sand and sun.

Residents are, however, being asked to act responsibly by not gathering in groups of more than 10 people and by maintaining safe social distancing. 

Social Distancing

  • Keep at least 6 feet away from others.

  • Avoiding gathering in groups, including at a friend’s house, parks, restaurants, shops or any other place. This applies to people of all ages; children too shouldn’t have in-person playdates.

  • Avoid crowded places.

  • Cough or sneeze into your elbow.

  • If you feel sick, stay home! And, if your sickness continues,…

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The Gardens Mall in Palm Beach Gardens is reopening their doors to shoppers starting today. The mall closed in the middle of March due to Covid-19 and has gotten to approval from the Governor to reopen. 

Recently the mall sent out survey’s to mall customers on tips and feedback on how they should reopen and what shoppers should expect to see when the mall opens back up. The results from the survey found that shoppers are anxious to get back to the mall. 

The mall is offering: curbside and home delivery, reduce seating in the food court, signs on table in the food court noting that table has been sanitized and cleaned, mall employees will have sanitizing products and wear masks at all times, opening doors for guests, suspended valet service,…

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Good news for the large South Florida fitness community: Gov. Ron DeSantis hinted in a press conference yesterday that gyms and fitness centers will open soon throughout the state.

"I think it's really important that people have access to gyms and to different exercise," DeSantis said. "You had certain guidelines that the [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention] put out, and they think that gyms were a problem, so that's why they were closed."

Under Phase One of Florida's reopening plan, gyms and fitness centers throughout the state are closed, with the following exceptions:

  • Gyms and fitness centers that are amenities of hotels which have a capacity of 10 people or less

  • Gyms and fitness centers that are amenities of…

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has signed off on plans for Miami-Dade and Broward counties to reopen restaurants and other businesses deemed non-essential, the governor announced Thursday at a press conference in Doral.

“Miami-Dade and Broward have both submitted plans that I’ve approved,” DeSantis said. “Today we take another important step for a very important part of the state of Florida.”

DeSantis indicated that he would authorize a 50% cap on capacity at Miami-Dade County restaurants, double the state’s current 25% cap. Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez asked the governor to allow the 50% threshold as he plans to lift COVID-19 closure orders on most businesses Monday and allow restaurants to once again welcome customers into dining rooms that…

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Jupiter residents will be happy to hear that the Abacoa Town Center is slowly but surely beginning to restart its regular weekly events starting this Friday.

A quartet of restaurants at Downtown Abacoa will host Open-Air Dining Weekends beginning Friday.

JJ Muggs Stadium Grill, Jumby Bay Island Grill, Das Beer Garden, and Civil Society Brewing Company will host the event, which runs from 4 to 10 p.m. through Sunday for the next four weekends.

Tables and chairs will be set up along Town Center Boulevard between Crescent Drive and Edna Hibel Drive for the event, which was designed to create a comfortable outdoor dining experience for customers using required social distancing guidelines.

“People will be able to dine in the street,” JJ Muggs…

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For the past several weeks, the popular Florida based grocery store adjusted their hours and reserved shopping hours for seniors only during the pandemic. With the Covid-19 numbers continuing to go down in Florida, Publix will now be opening during their normal hours of operation beginning tomorrow, Saturday, May 16th. 

In a press release, Publix announced that shopping will resume normal hours from 7 am to 9 pm and that Publix pharmacies will be returning to their normal hours as well. 

The company also thanked everyone for their support over the past few weeks and understand that some customers will still like to shop when the stores are less crowded and encourage them to shop in the first hour of the day. 

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While we can all finally see light at the end of the coronavirus tunnel, it still may be several weeks before gyms open back up in South Florida and around the country. Staying in shape is still both possible and important. Many people have adapted their fitness routines during this time to feature more cardio and less weightlifting. Generally, this is a good strategy. The problem, however, may be motivation. If you are bored with cardio and are starting to lack the motivation to exercise, here are a few things you can do to relight your fire until finally open back up.

Set New Goals

With our lives upended, many of our pre-coronavirus fitness goals no longer make sense. If that’s your situation, select a new goal that accounts for your…

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