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Visit the Abacoa Green Market on Wednesday, June 22, 2022, between 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM.  The fresh green market takes place at the Abacoa Amphitheater at 1260 University Boulevard, Jupiter. Looking for a midweek outdoor activity with family and/or friends, this is a wonderful option. The Abacoa Green Market is a delightful growers' market with fresh-picked produce, artisan cheeses, seafood, flowers, curated art, and more

Join the community at the downtown green market every Wednesday featuring specialty vendors, local handmade artisan goods and more! The market presents regional handcrafted vendors goods, artists, and more. Go shopping for freshly harvested food and locally handmade items. \The theater will feature live music for all to enjoy. The

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The Bistro in Jupiter is a neighborhood place. It is first-class and upscale inside, but not stuffy. If you know The Palm Beach Grill or Mark’s at CityPlace, you know the feel - crisp napkins, polished glassware, lively bar, white tablecloths, crescent shaped booths that are deeply cushioned and cozy, the murmur of happy diners in the background but not loud.

While perusing the menu and sampling the warm fresh sunflower seed-studded rolls served in a linen lined basket. A long ceramic dish with chicken liver pate, fresh cool butter, and herb and garlic seasoned olive oil accompanied the rolls. The menu is indeed bursting with bistro fare and the prices are reasonable and the quality is impressive.

Favorites on the menu are:

- Escargot with

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The City of Boca Raton will be hosting free concerts at the Mizner Park Amphitheater on Friday evenings throughout the summer. The schedule will include tribute bands, classical music, and more. The City of Boca Raton’s Summer Series, presented by Alpine Jaguar, promises a line-up of great FREE concerts including tribute bands every Friday night beginning June 19, 2022, and running through August 21, 2022, at Downtown Boca Raton’s Mizner Park Amphitheater at 590 Plaza Real, in Boca Raton.

You can bring your own blankets and chairs or rent chairs for $5. Outside food, beverages, and pets are not permitted, but food and beverages will be available on-site.

Here is the schedule for summer 2022:

June 24, 2022:

Summer Splash! The Boca Raton

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PGA Commons is a unique shopping and dining plaza. It is located on PGA Boulevard in Palm Beach Gardens, near the communities of BallenIsles and PGA National. PGA Commons is a delightful place to enjoy fabulous restaurants with top-notch service, brilliantly plated meals, and superb uplifting drinks while spending quality time with friends and family.

Here are some wonderful locations you should check out...

The Cooper:
Limited plates and craft cocktails. Daily from 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. and from 9:00 p.m. – close at the bars and high tops. Special Happy Hour menu; $4 craft draft beers; $5 select wines; reduced well drinks. For more information, please call The Cooper, Craft Kitchen & Bar at 561-622-0032.

Spoto’s Oyster Bar and Bluepoint

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Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, 4000 Morikami Park Road, Delray Beach, with its unique gardens and collections, is one of Palm Beach County’s most treasured cultural attractions. Located in a tranquil natural setting, Morikami invites visitors to explore its many facets and discover Florida’s heritage and its connection with Japan. In addition to the beautiful grounds, they offer classes, workshops, cultural demonstrations, and family fun.

July programming offered at Morikami:

Tuesday, July 1 – Sunday, July 7

Family Fun: Tanabata
Time: 10am – 5pm
Cost: FREE for members or with paid museum admission. 

Make a wish for the Star Festival, Tanabata! Write your wish on a strip of colored paper, or tanzaku, and tie it to a branch of

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The Brightline rail system was first launched in 2018, with service between West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale before extending south to Miami, giving both residents and visitors a faster, car-free alternative for exploring all three Southeast Florida.

As you enter a Brightline station for the first time, it is noticeable that this rail experience is unique. The facilities are expansive, innovative, flooded with natural light, splashes of Brightline's yellow branding, and a fresh, citrusy scent fills the air. For pre-or post-trip cocktails, each Brightline station has a full bar.

Brightline offers two types of tickets: Smart and Premium. After going through a brief security screening, passengers can scan their tickets using a QR code on their

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 Ocean Safety Awareness Classes are scheduled upon request by the City of Delray Beach. Classes are at your location, or the Ocean Rescue Headquarters located at Anchor Park, 340 South Ocean Boulevard, Delray Beach. The class covers ocean safety information about rip currents, man-o-war jellyfish, lightning, severe weather, marine life, and other beach-related topics.

Swimming safely at the beach is imperative. Learn how to reduce the risks so your family can enjoy swimming in open water, such as the ocean and large lakes. Keep these tips in mind:

-        Always swim in a lifeguarded area.

-        Never swim alone, regardless of your age or swimming skills.

-        Keep within your fitness and swimming capabilities.

-        Be aware

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Alice and her crew are coming to Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, and Miami in November for an immersive experience. The Alice in Wonderland interactive event and they may go down a rabbit hole and get lost. For one day only, the streets of these three South Florida cities will transform into an outdoor-style escape room experience where you will need to solve clues, uncover conspiracies, and complete challenges to get Alice out of Wonderland. 

This is a fantastical and fun immersive outdoor experience where guests can solve clues from the “Cheshire Cat” and complete “Challenges from the Mad Hatter” to rescue. Each team will only need to purchase ONE ticket, children play as extras for FREE! One team ticket is $80 but do not forget to use the code

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Saturday, June 18, 2022, is a day for sushi lovers to indulge in Palm Beach County. Some people adore it, while others despise it absolutely. Sushi is that dish that elicits both love and dislike, yet there are many of us who enjoy this Japanese dish which makes our platter more thrilling. Every year on June 18, Japanese food aficionados celebrate a special day.

The International Day of Sushi is observed on this day. June 18, 2022, and is the perfect opportunity to indulge in the Japanese delicacy. International Sushi Day celebrates the Japanese dish made of rice, seasoning, vinegar, and raw fish. The day was celebrated by eating more sushi and encouraging people around the world to eat more. The International Day of Sushi was first celebrated in

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