The West Palm Beach Green Market located at 101 South Flagler Drive, in West Palm Beach has had a very successful 2020-2021 season.  The farmer’s market on the WPB waterfront has been running since Saturday October 17, 2020 and now as the season comes to an end the green market will soon close. 

The West Palm Beach Green Market will be closing on April 17, 2021.  The last opportunity to take full advantage of the fresh market is fast approaching.  Between the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. visit the waterfront farmer’s market.

Every season, the WPB Greenmarket brings fresh produce grown locally, fruits and vegetables, herbs and spices, juices and baked goods, coffee, teas and raw honey to flowers and exotic plants as well as homemade…

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The Easter Bunny is hoppin’ into J-Town on a special mission this spring. The Easter Bunny is hiding nine eggs at multiple parks and around the Town of Jupiter municipal complex for children to find in a self-guided scavenger hunt. The Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt eggs.

The eggs will be hidden daily until to April 4. The first 500 participants to find all nine eggs and reveal the Easter Bunny’s secret message will receive an Easter giveaway bag.

You can download your scavenger hunt clue sheet here or pick one up at the Jupiter Community Center’s front desk.

Completed clue sheets should be dropped off at the Jupiter Community Center located at 200 Military Trail, Jupiter.  Drop off clue sheets Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and…

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Plan on having a “hopping” good time with the kids and the kids at heart in the City of Palm Beach Gardens. Snap a picture with the fabled bunny and search out colorful eggs.

Palm Beach Gardens is a beautiful city located between Donald Ross Road and Northlake Boulevard, just 7 miles north of West Palm Beach. The streets are lined with lush greenery, and the buildings are refined and polished, perfect for a welcoming home for families.

Downtown at the Gardens, located at 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave, Palm Beach Gardens is in the springtime spirit. Colorful Easter eggs filled with sweet treats and surprises will be hidden all over the property, even in the park.  The Downtown at the Gardens Easter Egg Hunt, from April 1-4 and the fun filled…

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Join fellow Boyton Beach area residents and the City of Boynton Beach this Easter.  The City of Boynton Beach is happy to host a COVID-19 cautious drive through Easter Egg Hunt.  The Drive-through Egg-Stravaganza will turn its traditional Easter Egg hunt into a socially distanced drive-through event, with a bag of treats for everyone who attends. The first 50 cars will also get a stuffed bunny. The events also will include Disney characters and vendors. 

Boynton Beach, America’s gateway to the Gulfstream, is located between West Palm Beach and Ft. Lauderdale. This small town features beautiful beaches, exquisite dining, golf courses, all within a shopper's paradise! 

The Egg-Stravaganza will be held 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Saturday, April 3, at…

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Here in sunny Palm Beach County the last thing anyone really wants to do is tackle spring cleaning. This springtime spruce up is a tradition that allows us to freshen up our homes and get a head start on the often-hectic seasons of spring and summer. Spring-cleaning time is a way to refresh. It is suggested that cleaning the house, room by room, is the most effective way to deep clean it. Create cleaning checklists for each room to help you get organized and to remind you of the areas that need extra attention.

Here are ten spring cleaning ideas if you are at a loss for where to start:

  1. Move furniture to vacuum and mop underneath. Pro tip: bribe a housemate to help you so your back is not sore the next morning.
  2. Vacuum couches, chairs, and…

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Easter is this Sunday. Palm Beach County it is time to hippity-hop on entertaining arrangements. Take some of the stress out of that planning and cooking.  Leave it to someone else.  Easter Sunday, for most residents of the Palm Beaches, is a family day filled with lots of pastels, decorated eggs, and family feasts. Even if you are not going to an attend an Easter event or visiting far-away family members, you may still want to plan an easy, breezy Easter brunch or Easter dinner for the family.

If you are exhausted from more than a year straight of cooking for the household, it might be time to let someone else make the meal.  Consider some of these options for your Easter feast 2021.

The Capital Grille:  The Capital Grille is offering a…

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The Easter bunny will no doubt visit the Port St. Lucie with the all the Easter egg hunts scheduled.  Did you ever wonder why colored eggs, why a fabled bunny?  It is believed by many that the Easter bunny first arrived in the U.S. in the 1700’s. German immigrants who settled in Pennsylvania and brought their tradition of an egg-laying hare called “Osterhase” or “Oschter Haws.” The children made nests in which it could lay its colored eggs. The tradition scattered around America and the mythical rabbit’s Easter morning deliveries grew to include chocolate and other types of candy and gifts. The decorated baskets replaced nests.

Port St. Lucie American Little League Egg Hunt - FREE

Saturday 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.

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April Fool’s Day celebrated on April 1st each year has been celebrated for centuries by different cultures and countries, through its exact origin of the day remains a mystery.  The day consists of playing practical jokes and pranks on each other and yelling “April Fools” at the end. The day is not an official holiday except in Odessa in Ukraine, where April Fool’s Day is an official city holiday.

Many believe the day began on April 1st 1700, when English pranksters began the tradition by playing practical jokes on each other. Some historians date the tradition back even further to 1582 but the officially date is unknown.

In modern times, people have gone through great lengths to create and prank people on April Fool’s Day. Even newspapers, radios,…

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