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This weekend, the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is hosting their Hike Through History event.

The Hike Through History includes a 2-mile journey through the lighthouse’s 120 acres Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Outstanding Natural Area. Along the way, guests will learn about the history that was shaped by nature.

The program is open to adults and children. Children must be accompanied by an adult and be at least 5 years old. Hiker footwear, active wear clothing, a hat and a full water bottle are recommended for the Hike. The Hike starts at the Museum’s flagpole and the event is weather dependent.

Admission is free but you are asked to reserve your spot due to limited space. To RSVP, click here.

Hike Through History Details:
When: Saturday, January 4th

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This January, Palm Beach Gardens is hosting their first Annual Gardens 5K Trailblazer walk and run. All are welcomed to join in on the family friendly designated 5K.

The 5K will be taking place on Saturday, January 11th at the new Gardens North County District Park on 117th Court North in Palm Beach Gardens. Those who participate in the 5k or 3.1 mile walk or run will be on paved surface as well as a two mile unpaved surface through the scenic nature trail. The 5K consists of both male and female age groups ranging from ages 5 and up.

After the 5K, all are invited to join in on a Public Safety Day from 10 am to 1 pm. The Public Safety Day will include live demonstrations and activities hosted by the City of Palm Beach Gardens Fire and Police Departments.

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Every Friday morning during the month of January, the Loggerhead Marinelife Center is hosting their reoccurring popular Hammock Hike. The Hammock Hike is in honor of Gopher Tortoise Day on April 10th where the center will be leading the hike through Loggerhead Park.

The Hammock Hike includes members of the Loggerhead Marinelife Center staff leading a hike through the park to explore the Gopher tortoise habitat, to learn more about tortoises and maybe even see one along the journey. The Gopher tortoises are keystone species and have a huge impact on the ecosystem they live in. Today, the Gopher tortoise population is declining due to habitat loss, morality and illness.

The Loggerhead Marinelife Center is sampling and tagging the tortoises in Loggerhead

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The Palm Beach International Polo Season started this December 29th and last until mid-April 2020. Thousands of equestrians and Polo lovers flock to Palm Beach County’s Wellington every year to see some of the best Polo matches in the world.

Wellington is known as the Equestrian Capital of the world and the most popular destination for the Equestrian lifestyle. The Palm Beach International Polo Club and the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center are both located in Wellington.

Polo is one of the oldest equestrian sports and is a game played between two teams. Each team member uses a mallet to drive a wooden ball down the field to score points. The Polo Matches are played in Wellington every December 29th through the middle of April. Tickets are

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Two restaurants in Palm Beach County have made the list of the “Top 100 Restaurants in America” List for 2019. Palm Beach County was the only county in Florida to have two restaurants make the list.

OpenTable, the online reservation making, and review website conducted a survey which included 27 states. The newly released list includes Palm Beach Island’s Buccan and Krave located in Tequesta. The two local favorites are among 7 restaurants in Florida that have made the list.

Buccan is a local favorite bistro with head Chef Clay Conley that has been added to the list once again. Buccan is a high-end bistro featuring American cuisine mixed with some of the freshest ingredients from the very best sources. Buccan features small plates with big flavors and

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There is nothing quite like ringing in the New Year with friends and family. Luckily for us, several restaurants, hotels and venues in Palm Beach County are hosting plenty of New Year’s Eve events for everyone to attend.

Here is our list of some of the best New Year’s Eve events.

The Chesterfield Palm Beach will ring in the New Year with its second annual Gala Dinner in the iconic Leopard Lounge. Come and enjoy cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, a seated dinner with live entertainment, music, dancing and a Champagne toast. Reservations are required and cost $350 dollars per person. For reservations call 561-659-5800.

The Breakers Hotel is hosting three events this New Year’s Eve. Come and enjoy New Year’s Eve Dinner at the Flagler Steakhouse. The dinner will

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The Honda Classic has been named the “Most Fan First Event” on the PGA Tour at the Annual Best Awards event this year. The Fan Friendly award was presented to The Honda Classic Golf Tournament that is held in Palm Beach Gardens every year.

The Honda Classic tournament made its move to Palm Beach Gardens PGA National Resort and Spa in 2007 and this is the second time the tournament was recognized by the PGA Tour for its excellence in fan engagement. The tournament was recognized in 2018 for the Best Onsite Staging among the PGA Tour events.

“The Most Fan First” award recognizes the PGA Tour’s event that stands out for parking, transportation, food options, amenity stations, social media engagement, and affordable ticket options. This year, The Honda Classic

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Celebrate the holidays in style this year with Holiday Tea at the iconic Palm Beach Breaker’s Hotel.

The Holiday Tea will be served in the Henry Morrison Flagler room, named after the resort’s founder and key figure in the development of Palm Beach and Florida’s Atlantic Coast.

The afternoon Holiday Tea will also be serving handcrafted tea sandwiches, warm buttermilk scones, rose petal jam, delicates pastries, as well as a curated selected of teas. The menu will also feature specialty cocktails and other special items.

Holiday Tea at The Breaker’s Hotel is $75 dollars per person and is only on a select number of days during the month of December.

Reservations can be made by calling 877-724-3188.

Holiday Tea will be served on from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm on:

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The Palm Beach Zoo and Conservation Society teams up with Florida Power and Light for the holiday light display at the zoo. The light display is called Zoo Lights and happens every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday Night during the month of December.

The new holiday tradition is for all and includes over one million eco-friendly holiday lights scattered around the Palm Beach Zoo. The holiday lights will be illuminated starting at 6 pm until 10 pm on certain nights during the week. The front entrance will feature unique themed displays of the Florida Wetlands and the Tropics of the Americas.

Zoo Lights also includes festive fun holiday activities, photos with Santa Claus, special animal encounters, Mrs. Claus’s Bake Shop and much more.

Tickets are

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Come and celebrate the Palm Beach lifestyle at the Lilly Pulitzer’s Beach Bash that helps support and benefit the Sea Turtle Hospital at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center.

The Loggerhead Marinelife Center and the friends at Lilly Pulitzer have partnered together for the ultimate Beach Bash party. The annual Beach Bash is now its 14th year and is one of Lilly Pulitzer’s largest annual charity event.

The theme this year is Squeeze the Day, because the fashion brand Lilly Pulitzer once started as a juice stand. The bright and colorful patterned outfits and designs were founded by the former Palm Beach resident Lilly Pulitzer in 1959. The Pulitzer family owned several Florida citrus orange groves and Lilly opened a juice stand on Worth Avenue in Palm Beach.

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