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Bring your dog to the beach. Welcome to Jupiter in North Palm Beach County where well behaved dogs and their conscientious owners are welcome on a 2 ½ mile stretch of magnificent beach! The beach that permits dogs starts at Beach Marker #25 located at Marcinski Road and proceeds north to Beach Marker #60.  Dogs are not allowed south of #25 in Juno Beach towards the pier. In Addition, crossover #43 is handicap accessible! Having dogs on the beach is a privilege, not a right. 

Please help keep the existing Town of Jupiter policy in effect by following these commonsense rules.

-        Keep dogs on leash or under control, always supervised. Always keep your pet on a leash from the car to the beach, around small children, at the water fountains

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A new plant based; all vegan restaurant has opened in West Palm Beach. Planta West Palm Beach the long-awaited plant-based eatery with roots in Toronto and Miami ultimately debuted in downtown West Palm Beach. Offering locally sourced fare, Planta is the only 100-percent vegan restaurant in Rosemary Square.  With the all organic, plant-based eating, things on the menu appeal to even the hungriest of meat-eaters.

Planta “celebrates the dynamic vibrancy of vegetables” and is dedicated to “environmental sustainability and ethical producers”. Highlights from the menu include coconut ceviche, kelp Caesar, steamed dumplings, bang bang broccoli, udon noodles, eggplant lasagna, a signature burger, and a selection of pizzas. Planta also offers a sushi bar

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Apologies to all the beautiful varieties of Bulldogs in South Florida for this regal holiday was overlooked.  Yesterday, April 21 was “National Bulldog Day”.  Bulldogs, beautiful? Well, yes! French, American, or English — bulldogs portray glamour in their own special way.

They started popping up as furry companions in historical literature about five centuries ago. Today this sweet sidekick continually ranks as one of the most popular dog breeds in the United States. French bulldogs currently sit fourth on the American Kennel Club’s list. Bulldogs, technically a separate breed, are fifth.

Bulldogs were bred originally to help butchers in controlling livestock. The history of bulldog’s traces back to 5th century England, to a breed called the

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Every April, National Park Week is from April 17 to 25! During this time, the National Park Foundation celebrates America's natural park treasures. National Park Week is a time to explore amazing places, discover stories of history and culture. To find the national parks in your area, please visit find your park.

Did you know the Sunshine State has 10 National Park designated areas?  Visit the 10 parks here. Southeast Florida is home to America's Everglades. It is the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States. The Everglades span from Orlando south to Key West, including West Palm Beach.  It is a massive area.

Everglades National Park protects an unparalleled landscape that provides important habitat for numerous rare and endangered

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There are only three concerts remaining this April at the Downtown Palm Beach Gardens. The outdoor shopping, entertainment, and lifestyle center hosts a weekly concert every Friday and Saturday night in the Centre Court.

The bands and groups performing features a diverse lineup of local and regional bands playing every musical genre. The outdoor concerts are free to attend, and all are welcomed to dance and sing along with some of the greatest hits.

April Friday and Saturday Night Concert Series:

Friday, April 23rd: Swing Something (Jazz and Swing)

Saturday, April 24th: Valerie Tyson Band (Dance, Top 40 Hits)

Friday, April 30th: The Latitudes (Party Rock, Country)

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In addition to the numerous activities and things to do, Palm Beach County is home to award-winning restaurants and cafes that are open for your next meal.

Whether you’re looking for breakfast, brunch, mid-day snack, lunch, happy hour, or dinner, here are just some of the best local spots to grab something to eat or drink in Northern Palm Beach County.

Guanabanas

Little Moirs Leftovers

Hurricane Cafe

Jim’s Place

Juno Beach Café

Jupiter Rinaldis

Lynora's 

Suzy Q’s Hometown Diner

Berry Fresh Café

Lighthouse Diner

The Royal Café

Center Street Nook

Old Dixie Café

The Food Shack

Dune Dog Café

Capitan Charlie’s Reef Grill

3 Natives

Nature’s Way Café

The Burger Shack

Carmine’s Coal Fired Pizza

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The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is hosting a few remaining events this April. Head to the lighthouse this week to participate.

Lighthouse Sunset Tour: Wednesday, April 21st at 7:15 pm

Climb to the top of the lighthouse tonight and take in the incredible sunset views over the water and Jupiter. Visitors will also get a change to watch the light turn on and illuminate the sky and get a sneak peak inside the Lighthouse Watchroom to see how everything works. Tours are weather permitting, be sure to check their website for updates. The cost is $25 dollars per person and tickets can be purchased online.

Twilight Yoga at the Light: Monday, April 26th at 7 pm

Enjoy the peace and serenity of Yoga with instructor Mary Veal on the Lighthouse Deck

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The Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach has added a new event to their calendar this week. Join the sea turtle research and rehabilitation center and their biologists on a local kayaking excursion and explore the diverse coastal ecosystems of Florida.

Kayakers will learn about the local flora and fauna as well as gain insight into the importance of the delicate ecosystems in our waters and our community.

Eco- Tour Kayak Paddle Details

When: Friday, April 23rd

Time: 12 pm to 2 pm

The cost is $40 dollars per person which includes the experience and a two-person kayak and gear rental. Those who wish to bring their own kayak, the cost is $25 dollars. Spots are limited and registration is required to attend. To register, click here for

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April 22nd marks the annual celebration of Earth Day. More than 1 billion people in 192 countries now participate in Earth Day events and activities each year, making Earth Day the largest civic observance in the world. Everyone is invited to participate in Earth Day events and help make our climate better.

The 2021 Theme for Earth Day this year is “Restore Our Earth”, which focuses on natural processes, emerging green technologies, and innovated thinking that can help restore the world’s ecosystems. It is up to each and every one of us to help Restore Our Earth to help support our jobs, livelihoods, heath and survival, and happiness.

Earth Day was first officially held on April 22nd, 1970 and since then, many local towns and communities host

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The second annual Roots and Ruts Off Road 5K and Family Fun Run is back again and will be happening this Saturday, April 24th.  The Els for Autism Foundation started the event to raise awareness and to celebrate April Autism Awareness Month.

The event will take place at the North Jupiter Flatwoods, the first certified autism-friendly trail in Florida. The trail will serve as both a fundraiser to support Autism Awareness and to celebrate the strides our community has taken and continues to take to bring awareness and acceptance.

The 5K and Family Fun Run will begin at The Els Center of Excellence campus in Jupiter, off Limestone Creek Road. The race will have staggered start times or waves throughout the race. Those who wish to participate can select

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