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The Cultural Council for Palm Beach County recently announced its third annual MOSAIC (Months of Shows, Art, Ideas and Culture), celebrating arts and culture in The Palm Beaches.  Commencing this fall with special offers and hotel arrangements designed to reopen and revive cultural tourism for the  2020  “season”. 

Experience more culture for less, with special coupons and offers.  Glance at a sampling of several of the unique arts and culture opportunities presented by the Cultural Council for Palm Beach County for their 3rd. MOSAIC celebration.


Arts Garage (Delray Beach): $10 off admission for virtual and in-person tickets to the “Music at Home & Live from Arts Garage” series now through December

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Get outside and get some exercise.  Bike, run or walk the Lake Trail in Palm Beach. The Lake Trail travels from the south end of the Australian Docks at the Royal Palm Bridge at Southern Blvd and travels north, past the Flagler Memorial Bridge for several miles. It is a great walk, jog, or cycling trail.

The Lake Trail features a few spots for fishing as well as just sitting under a tree and reading a book. Admire the boats at the Australian Dock, they are from all over the world. The Lake Trail then crosses the bridge and travels behind the Society of The Four Arts. The Society of the Four Arts is a non-profit charity organization that was founded in 1936. Its campus on the Intracoastal Waterway in Palm Beach and is home to the Esther B. O’Keeffe

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Every Saturday morning, the Loggerhead Marinelife Center encourages locals and visitors to participate in their Self-Guided Beach Cleanups. The Self-Guided Beach Clean-Up is a new program this year and has been added to their weekly calendar.

Head to the beach on Saturday mornings, and while you are there stop by the Marine Debris Sorting Station on the back deck of the Loggerhead Marinelife Center to pick up the beach up supplies. Once the supplies are picked up, volunteers can make their way down to the beach and help keep our beaches clean and the sea turtles safe. When finished, bring your bag back to the Loggerhead Marinelife Center Sorting Station and receive a free t-shirt for helping.

The Self-Guided Beach Cleanups start at 8:30 am until

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Everyday, the Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach hosts their Public Guided Tours for everyone to come and get an up-close look at the sea turtle research and rehabilitation center.

During the guided tours, visitors will learn about each sea turtle patients housed there, and the Marinelife Center staff will be there to answer your questions about sea turtles, marine life, and the center itself.

The tours are offered twice a day and cost $10 dollars for adults and $5 dollars for children under 8 years old. All are welcomed to attend. The tours are limited to a certain number of people and registration is required.

Public Guide Tour Details:

When: Offered everyday

Time: Offered at 12 pm and 2 pm, The tours last approximately an hour

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In addition to the more than 160 golf courses and more than 47 miles of pristine beaches and coastline, Palm Beach County is home to numerous hiking and nature trails for those in the family that love the outdoors.

Whether you are into biking, hiking, horseback riding, running, or just wanting to explore nature, here are some of the best Nature Areas and Hiking Trails in Palm Beach County.

Riverbend Park – Jupiter

Riverbend Park is considered one of the most scenic parks in South Florida. Native wildlife including turkey, racoons, otters, birds, deer, and more have been frequently spotted along the trails and tropical 666 acres of the park. The park is made up of the historic headwaters of the Loxahatchee Wild and Scenic River and the preserved

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The Palm Beach Zoo is hosting their annual Boo 2020 at the Palm Beach Zoo Halloween event. Head to the Palm Beach Zoo on Friday, October 30th and Saturday, October 31st for some Halloween fun.

Boo 2020 at the Zoo will feature a daytime, socially distanced, not-so-scary Halloween event for the whole family to enjoy. A DJ will be there playing all the latest hits and Halloween favorites in the Foundation Plaza.

Dress up in your favorite Halloween costumes for the event and take part in the costume contests happening throughout the day. Prizes for winners include Zoo Light tickets and family Zoo Memberships. Due to the current CDC recommendations, there will be no trick-or-treating at the event this year.

Boo 2020 at the Zoo is included in your

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Due to Covid-19, our local local Animal EDventure Park had to temporarily close, but they still have animals to take care of, and are working to bring in lost revenue while providing a safe, educational, and fun activity for adults and children of all ages! They are now able to offer safe no contact Guided Safari Tours at their farm.

These drive-thu animal tours each get their own personal guide who will educate and interact with you over the phone, while you remain safely in your car during the entire tour.

The family that runs the Animal EDventure Park will bring animals inches away from your car window such as a sloth, otters, camels, baby lemurs, kangaroos, a porcupine, and more!

The family’s love for the animals truly shows, and customers

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The Loggerhead Marinelife Center hosts its recurring Public Guided Tours twice a day this fall. The tours are offered seven days a week and gives visitors an up-close opportunity to visit the sea turtles housed at the sea turtle research and rehabilitation center.

The Public Guided Tours are open to the public and all are welcomed to attend. Due to limited capacity, reservations are strongly suggested to reserve your spot.  The tours last approximately an hour and are offered at 12 pm and 2 pm daily.

The tours are led by the educational staff and experts of the Loggerhead Marinelife Center and will be there to answer all of your questions about marine life and sea turtles.

The tours cost $10 dollars per adults and $5 dollars for children under 8

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The Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach offers a unique program that allows you to Adopt a Sea Turtle. The program helps benefit the continuous care and treatment for the sick, endangered, and injured sea turtles.

The Loggerhead Marinelife Center is a non-profit sea turtle research, rehabilitation center and sea turtle hospital whose mission is aimed to protect the ocean and all that live in it. The Marinelife Center provides treatment and care for endangered and injured sea turtles before being released into the ocean.

The Adopt a Sea Turtle program offers six packages to choose from: the Basic Adoption Package, Fletch Adoption Package, Enhanced Adoption Package, Premium Adoption Package, Deluxe Adoption Package and the Adopt a Nest Package.

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Lion Country Safari located in western Palm Beach County is Florida’s only drive through and walk through safari as well as an amusement park in the entire state. The safari is located on more than 600 acres of land that over 1000 animals from all six continents throughout the safari’s seven different sections.

The safari was founded in 1967 and claims to be the first cage-less zoo in the United States. The safari has won numerous awards and recognitions including the 3rd Best Safari in 2009, One of the Top Ten Drive Through Safari’s, Best Outdoor Activity in Palm Beach County, Top Local Attraction of 2019, and the Certificate of Excellence in 2017 just to name a few.

Some of the notable species roaming the preserve include white rhinos, lions,

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