All Blog Entries by Lacey Hagler

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Climb to the top and take in the spectacular sunset views tonight between 6:30 and 7:30pm. Visitors get an inside look at the nuts & bolts of a working lighthouse watchroom, and learn some Jupiter history. Tour time approximately 60 minutes, guests must check-in 15 minutes prior to tour and must wear face mask. Children must be at least 48 feet tall to climb the Lighthouse and accompanied by an adult. Tours are limited and weather permitting. In the event of rain, the tour will be rescheduled. Attendees receive a special gift from Tommy Bahama Restaurant.

Date: Wed, Sep 30, 2020
Cost: $25 per person
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The Twisted Tuna in Jupiter is now open for business, and locals are loving it! They offer a “slightly twisted” menu of fresh seafood, amazing sushi, and handmade original recipes. In addition to having happy hour every day of the week, here are the other fun daily specials they’re currently offering!

Monday – Double Points Monday – Earn double Twisted Tuna rewards points

Tuesday – Taco Tuesday – 20% off all tacos & $5 Margaritas all day

Wednesday – Wine Down Wednesday AND Kids Eat Free – 50% off all bottles of wine and 1 free kids meal with each adult entrée

Thursday – Buck a Shuck Thursdays - $1 Oysters all day

Sunday – Twisted Sunday Brunch AND Sushi Sunday – Bottomless Bloody Marys and Mimosas 11am – 2pm and 20% off all sushi rolls

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ChaseN’Tailz is a tax exempt nonprofit in Jupiter, Florida dedicated to changing the lives of needy families with children battling life threatening illnesses. Directed by Summer Warren, they change lives by relieving financial stress to provide families more time to create forever memories with their children and connect them with other families and resources. 

This weekend, boats will be out fishing for the 7th Annual ChaseN’Tailz Fishing Tournament to fundraise for the worthy cause. Fishing teams will compete out of Jupiter Inlet to find the largest kingfish, dolphin, wahoo, bonita, or snapper.

The fishing day is this Saturday, September 26th 2020, but to contribute or register your boat, the Captain’s Meeting/ Kick-Off Party will be tonight,

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Lionfish in Delray Beach is now open as the new Atlantic Avenue hotspot for sustainable seafood and local organic fare. Lionfish provides fresh-catch cuisine, grass-fed meats and local, seasonal ingredients in a chic yet approachable, casual setting.

While serving more than just mouth-watering food, Lionfish is also doing its part to help save the ocean’s ecosystem by serving its namesake Lionfish, a species that is ravaging the ocean, particularly the Caribbean, by devouring fellow sea life and damaging coral reefs. The rare, delicious white flaky fish will be served in a multitude of ways, including whole fried and as the centerpiece of a citrus-infused ceviche. Every Lionfish removed from the ocean helps preserve future generations of other fish.

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While the beach has historically been a good place for casual wear, the 1910 motorboat races in Palm Beach provided a place to see and be seen, as you can see in this image of the spectators by Bain News Service.

The Palm Beach Motor Boat Regatta was held annually by the Palm Beach Power Boat Association. Palm Beach society and high society from northern states would  set up chairs and umbrellas on Palm Beach to watch "speedy" motor boats race at a speed around 20 miles per hour.

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This Saturday, September 19th at 10:00 AM, The Kennedy Space Center will host an Astronaut Training Experience for anyone ages 10 and older!

The all-new Astronaut Training Experience Center is located in Merritt Island, Florida, and is the newest attraction at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.

The experience will bring you as close to training, living, and working on Mars as possible without ever leaving earth by practicing your docking skills, navigating the unique Red Planet terrain, and experiencing the sensation of performing a spacewalk in a microgravity environment. Using exciting and immersive simulation technology, you and your team will work together to solve real-world problems using authentic NASA science.

The Kennedy Space

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Amidst everything that has been happening in the past year, meal delivery services are swiftly gaining in popularity. National and international companies have made their way onto TV screens and into homes, some of which are shipped from other states and even other countries. What if we told you that there is a local company who delivers healthy fresh food to your door? What if we also told you that this company gives back to local youth in foster care? Well, “Fit Fixins” is here, and they do all of that, and then some. Let me start by saying, this is NOT an ad. We actually really love what Fit Fixins is doing for the South Florida community.

Based in Port Saint Lucie, Fit Fixins delivers from Sebastian, Florida, through Stuart, Jupiter, Palm Beach,

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The September 11 attacks were a series of four coordinated terrorist attacks by the Islamic terrorist group al-Qaeda against the United States on the morning of Tuesday, September 11, 2001.

These attacks impacted every American, and will never be forgotten, so on September 11, 2010 a memorial was founded in Palm Beach Gardens by Palm Beach County Fire Rescue.

At Fire Station 3 on Northlake Boulevard, a large 12 ton steel beam from the South Tower of the World Trade Center building can be viewed as a memorial art piece.

The memorial is open to the general public and is located at Fire Station 3 at 5089 Northlake Blvd #5075 in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.


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One of the most interesting characters in Palm Beach County history is “Trapper Nelson”, a legendary woodsman with a scandalous past who owned 858 acres on the Loxahatchee River in Jupiter, Florida.

Originally born as Victor Nostokovich of Trenton, New Jersey, Trapper Nelson served time in Mexico for gun-running, and headed east after his release to settle in Jupiter with a new name.

He built a private paradise along the Loxahatchee River, where he constructed a handmade zoo where tourists would come to view his bobcats, raccoons, possums, alligators, and snakes.

Known as “Tarzan of the Loxahatchee”, he’d wrestle alligators, trap panthers, and amaze guests with his dashing good looks and stories of the wild.

Boat captains would bring tourists

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Peanut Island is one of the many treasures of the Palm Beach County outdoors. This small island near the mouth of Palm Beach Inlet is known as a Florida wonderland of boats at the sandbar, snorkeling, camping, and kayaking. Most people assume that Peanut Island got its name because of its size or even shape, but its name is actually rooted in its history.

Peanut Island was created in 1918 with material dredged while digging out Palm Beach Inlet for safe passage. It was actually originally called “Inlet Island”, and became known as Peanut Island years later when a plan was made to use it as a terminal for shipping peanut oil. In 1946, the plan was abandoned, but the name “Peanut Island” stuck for good.

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