February 2021

There are 96 blog entries for February 2021.

There is a shallow dive trip that will not require a boat and was dubbed the best dive spot in the world by the Professional Association of Professional Divers in 2014! The site is located on Singer Island, just beneath the Blue Heron Bridge.  Singer Island is one of South Florida’s lesser-known beach getaways. 

Beneath the Blue Heron Bridge, you will encounter seahorses, octopi, and all varieties of colorful tropical marine life. The best part is you do not need your own boat.  You will not even need to book an expensive boat ride to dive it. If you have got diving or snorkeling gear, or if not, you can rent some from a nearby dive shop, you can walk right into the water at Phil Foster Park, and do the dive yourself at high tide. The max depth is

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This upcoming weekend, Jupiter’s Harbourside Place has a list of events for everyone to enjoy. Head to the outdoor shopping and entertainment center for the fun. 

Friday, February 19th 

Subculture Trivia: Subculture Coffee hosts a weekly trivia night every Friday from 7 pm to 9 pm. 

Saturday, February 20th 

PonTiki Family and Friends Cruise: Gather your friends and family and take a family and friends cruise along the intracoastal. All are welcomed to join in on the fun that departs from Harbourside Place dock. Enjoy this Saturday morning on the water when the boat departs at 10 am and the cruise last approximately until 12:30 pm.  To book the cruise, click here. 

Live Music: Every Saturday night, Subculture Coffee hosts live music at 5

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Blown glass makes for unique and striking art, but do you have any idea how it is made?  The Benzaiten Center for Creative Arts, located in Lake Worth, is a private nonprofit organization located in the Historic FEC Train Depot in the heart of downtown Lake Worth. Located in the Lake Worth Arts District, the Center “brings art to life, immersing the public in arts production and its creative processes, while providing direct interaction with artists from around the world.”

The Benzaiten Center for Creative Arts is presenting an “Artist Live Demo” program on March 12, 2021, 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM. The Center will be hosting premiere glass sculptor Rob Stern.  Stern has over 28 years’ experience and risen to the top of his field. He has worked extensively

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Sunday on the Waterfront is a family-friendly concert series held in West Palm Beach.  It takes place on the 3rd Sunday of each month in Downtown West Palm Beach.  The concert series features national and regional recording artists. Sunday on the Waterfront, February 21, 2021 will feature the  Valerie Tyson Band.

The Valerie Tyson Band is a soulful and electrifying band, that performs classic and modern music. The band specializes in Top 40 hits, jazz, classic rock, R&B and is known to keep the party rocking and dancing.

Sunday on the Waterfront takes place along picturesque Flagler Drive on the waterfront Downtown just across from Palm Beach. Come relax, sit back, and delight in this enjoyable concert series which begins at 4:00 PM and ends at

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The PGA Tour Champions and AZEK Company brand TimberTech announced on Wednesday the extension of the company's title sponsorship agreement with the Boca Raton event, meaning it will remain the TimberTech Championship through at least 2023.

After stepping in at the last minute in 2020, the company announced that it is extending its partnership with the long-standing event, held every year at the Old Course at Broken Sound.

“After the success of last year’s TimberTech Championship, we’re excited to be back and extend our partnership with PGA TOUR Champions,” said Jesse Singh, CEO of The AZEK Company, the parent company of TimberTech. “With a shared commitment to high-performance, environmental sustainability, and creating amazing outdoor

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Naturally with all the water in Palm Beach County finding great places to grab a drink and an appetizer on the waterfront is easy.  However, if you want an idyllic spot to imbibe by the water there are a few special spots!  

Your first stop should be the venerable E.R. Bradley’s Saloon, in West Palm Beach, an indoor and outdoor energetic drinking venue where the breezes off Lake Worth blow through and views of Palm Beach never disappoint. Enjoy cold drinks, bar appetizers, and plenty of TVs, and if that is not enough the people watching of those who pack the place can be entertainment enough. 

If you want something more substantial than bar food to enjoy by the water, head to Elisabetta’s along South Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach. Here you

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The famous Worth Avenue is known to be one of the most famous and iconic streets on the island of Palm Beach. The famous avenue is home to luxurious, high-end shops and award-winning restaurants. 

Worth Avenue stretches from the Palm Beach Clock Tower and the Atlantic Ocean to the intracoastal waterway and marina to the west. Low story buildings line with street with rows of palm trees and beautiful landscaping. The buildings have a Spanish influence designed by Addison Misner in the 1920’s. Throughout Worth Avenue, many Vias, Courtyards, and Esplanades are off to the side featuring more restaurants and boutiques. 

Many compare Worth Avenue in Palm Beach to New York’s Fifth Avenue or Beverly Hill’s Rodeo Drive and is considered one of the most

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The “Gardens 2 Go Food, Produce, & Plant Market” is intended to provide a safe, socially distanced shopping experience for the public. “Gardens 2 Go” is located at 10500 North Military Trail, Palm Beach Gardens, every Sunday, 9:00AM – 1:00PM.  Because of the current COVID-19 situation, it is in the best interest of the public, to have the market adapt and become a drive through fresh market.  It is temporarily known now as the “Gardens 2 Go Market”.  

To continue to provide the public with access to fresh food, the “Gardens 2 Go Market” will offer a drive-through shopping experience. This market will focus on providing essential produce and food products to the community.  The drive-through market will feature such items as fresh picked produce,

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As beautiful as Palm Beach County is, being trapped in the home because of Covid-19 can feel wearied and stifling. Filling your home with plants has many benefits. They can enhance mood and lower anxiety, improve air quality, and increase productivity, among other things. Plants add a certain amount of life to a room you might otherwise feel pretty stale about.

“It’s true that NASA had a very controlled and confined area for that space station experiment, but did you know they also did a similar experiment with a BioHome that was 45 feet by 16 feet."  Quoting the BioHome study, “Before the houseplants were added... anyone entering the newly constructed facility would experience burning eyes and respiratory difficulties, two of the most common

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The Society of the Four Arts, Esther B. O'Keeffe Gallery, 102 Four Arts Plaza, Palm Beach, is presenting “In God We Trust: Early Bible Printings” from the David M. Rubenstein Americana Collection. It is an extraordinary exhibition of historic American Bibles and religious texts, many of which have rarely been displayed. The exhibit is currently running through Sunday, February 28, 2021. 

Visitors to the exhibition will also enjoy listening to music from one of the books. This is hymn music, recorded by students from Palm Beach Atlantic University’s School of Music & Fine Arts, from the first American book of music printed from type.

The exhibition features 18 books from the Americana Collection of Rubenstein, prominent American businessman and

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