Hani Honey Company, located at 5219 S.E. Ebbtide Avenue, Stuart, Martin County, is a family owned apiary.  An apiary is a location where beehives of honeybees are kept. “tending bees with care and placing the girls in optimal foraging environments to harvest fresh, Florida local, delicious, award winning Wildflower Honey”.  Hani Honey Company specializes in producing honey from whatever is blooming in the region every season. It is an all-natural process without heat allowing all the of the bees amazing work to remain in the natural honey.

Beekeeping, or apiculture, is the care of honeybees that ensures that they produce more honey than they can use. An apiary typically consists of many separate beehives. Hani Honey apiaries are in Martin, St.…

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Peaceful Mind, Peaceful Life Wellness Series is dedicated to fostering inner peace and wellness by educating and inspiring individuals.  Additionally, establishing community through mindfulness practices, online resources, and programs. Barb Schmidt is renowned practitioner, here in the Boca Raton area, of mindfulness and meditation for over 30 years. The soothing sounds of the Atlantic Ocean and seagulls can only do so much.  Add some guidance and foster greater inner peace and well being with the Peaceful Mind series.

In 2011, she founded the nonprofit organization Peaceful Mind Peaceful Life. She has taught meditation workshops at Nova Southeastern University and at Florida Atlantic University as part of the Peace, Justice & Human Rights…

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The city of West Palm Beach is continuing their holiday traditions this year and the holiday season has kicked off this week with a giant sand delivery. Wednesday, 17 truckloads of sand rolled into downtown West Palm Beach to start the construction of Sandi the holiday tree.

Sandi is the only waterfront tree made entirely from sand and will stand at 35 feet tall.  An additional 35 tons of sand will be brought in to create the surrounding sculptures and to help with this year’s theme. The theme for 2020 is Hope and the tree hopes to bring hope for the holidays.

Sculptors are expected to arrive on site next week to start the construction of the 35-foot tree and is aiming to be finished in time for Thanksgiving. The city is planning on continuing their…

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The city of West Palm Beach is hosting their annual Seafood Festival this weekend at the South Florida Fairgrounds. The festival is a seafood enthusiast’s dream come true.

The family-friendly event will feature nautical vendors with unique merchandise, craftsman’s and artists displaying their original artwork and pieces, live music and entertainment, rides, a kid’s zone, a full service bar, and of course all the seafood you can ever imagine.  The seafood is fresh and cooked several different ways onsite.

West Palm Beach Seafood Festival Details:

When: Saturday, November 14th and Sunday, November 15th

Time: 9 am to 5 pm

Admission: $10 dollars for Adults and Children 12 and under are free

Location: South Florida Fairgrounds located at 9067…

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The top “over the top” frozen treats in Palm Beach County will surely break your diet, but will it?  A much more effective and realistic dieting approach for most people is to use healthy, “clean” whole foods as the underlying foundation of their meal plan, but to also regularly add in a moderate allowance of “cheat foods” as well.

Force yourself to “eat clean” 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with nothing but plain chicken, brown rice, broccoli and oatmeal and it’s a virtual guarantee that you’ll eventually feel bored and frustrated with your diet, which could very easily cause you to fall off track or even quit altogether.

 In other words, when you allow yourself to enjoy controlled amounts of your favorite foods as an ongoing part of your…

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The Mounts Botanical Gardens is hosting their annual Plant A Palooza plant sale this Saturday and Sunday. The event was supposed to be last weekend but was postponed due to the weather. Plant A Palooza will be the first event at the Gardens since the spring.

An estimated 40 vendors are expected to be onsite offering a wide range of plants, trees, shrubs, garden furniture and accessories, fine crafts, and much more spread out throughout the Garden. The Nursey and Vintage Thrift Shop will be open with a great variety of unique treasures and a variety of plants for your garden and home.

Plant A Palooza Details

When: Saturday, November 14th and Sunday, November 15th

Time: 9 am to 4 pm on Saturday, and 9 am to 3 pm on Sunday

Location: Mounts…

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Signs of the holidays are starting to arrive in West Palm Beach. Rosemary Square, formally CityPlace, is getting an early start on the holidays and starting this Saturday, the outdoor shopping and entertainment area is hosting their Nightly Snowfall and Lightshow.

Head to the center square and experience a snowy South Florida holiday season. The Nightly Snowfall and The Wishing Tree Lightshow will begin and kick off the holiday season this Saturday, November 14th and last until December 31st.

Daily Nightly Snowfall and Lightshow Details:

When: Nightly (November 14th through December 31st), There will be no snow or lightshow on Thanksgiving

Time: 6:30 pm, 7:30 pm, and 8:30 pm.

No reservations are required for the event, just show up and…

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Veterans Day is all about honoring those who have served our country. It is a time for Americans to pay respects to those who have served. It is with Honor, Respect and Gratitude…Thank you!

The holiday started as a day to reflect upon the heroism of those who died in our country's service and was originally called Armistice Day. It fell on November 11th, 1918, as that was the anniversary of the signing of the Armistice that ended World War I. Nonetheless, in 1954, the holiday was changed to Veterans Day to incorporate all veterans in all wars.  When originally celebrated as Armistice Day, the day marked the end of World War I, formally recognized on the “11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month” in 1918. Today we continue to celebrate the day…

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The start of the weekend is less than two days away and what better way to spend your weekend is exploring new places and trying new events at Jupiter’s Harbourside Place.  Currently the forecast in Jupiter this upcoming weekend is the temperature in the low 80s with little chance of rain.

This weekend, head to Harbourside Place in Jupiter for a list of fun events and something for everyone to enjoy.

Harbourside Place Events:

Saturday, November 14th

Pontiki Family and Friends Cruise: Gathers some friends and family and hop on Jupiter’s party boat and enjoy a cruise up and down the intracoastal. The Family and Friends cruise departs from Harbourside Place at 10 am. For details click here.

Kids Yoga Class: All levels of yoga are welcomed to…

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Beautifully nestled in the heart of the Palm Beaches, Singer Island provides a unique sanctuary of unparalleled privacy and luxury. Between the soft sand beaches and the incomparable sunrises, just a few days on Singer Island will convert you into a permanent resident in a hurry. Here are a few reasons why Singer Island should be your new dream location for your new dream home! 


Located just North of Palm Beach Island, and just south of Jupiter Island and Juno Beach, Singer Island is just minutes from downtown West Palm Beach and the Palm Beach International Airport. While Singer Island residents are less than fifteen minutes away from the best shopping, dining, and entertainment in the area, Singer Island itself retains a comfortably…

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