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Monday’s The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum hosts their Twilight Yoga at the Light event. The popular event takes place once a week at sunset.

Come and enjoy the serenity of Yoga with Mary Veal on the Lighthouse Deck. All levels of Yoga are welcomed to attend. The class begins at 6 pm on Monday and last approximately an hour.

If you plan on attending, you are asked to bring your own yoga mat, water bottle, and a flashlight to the class. The class is weather dependent and meets at the Museum’s flagpole 10 minutes prior to the class start time.

Twilight Yoga at the Light January 2020 Schedule:
Monday, January 20th: 6 pm to 7 pm
Monday, January 27th: 6 pm to 7 pm

The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is located at 500 Captains Armour’s Way, Jupiter.

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In partnership with the Perry J. Cohen Foundation, “Plastic Reef” by Federico Uribe will be on display at the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens until May 31st, 2020.

Plastic Reef is exactly what you would expect it to be, a sculpture constructed of discarded plastic and recycled into a colorful and fun depiction of Florida’s coral reef. The artist enjoys creating beautiful sculptures out of objects that were not originally created with the intent of beauty, and has turned a portion of ANSG into an underwater wonderland.

“We throw 80 tons of garbage into the sea a day.” Uribe stated on Vimeo, “This is [my] reflection on it. This is me thinking about the beauty that is gone from coral reefs.”

His intent is to get people thinking about the plastic they

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The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is hosting a new event this January for everyone to attend.

On Thursday, January 23rd, the iconic Jupiter Lighthouse is hosting a Black Light LichenTour. National Lichen Specialist will take guests and visitors on a nighttime tour along the trails of the Outstanding Natural Area and the Lighthouse and Museum grounds.

A lichen is a slow growing plant that typically forms leaflike or branch growth on trees, walls and rocks. Lichens come in many shapes, sizes and colors. When a black light is shined on a lichen, the lichen glows in neon colors making it a truly luminary event.

Tour Details:
When: Thursday, January 23rd
Time: 7 pm to 8 pm
Location: The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum, 500 Captain’s Armours Way in

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This weekend join the group of Blue Friends for a monthly Beach Clean Up in Juno Beach. The Beach Clean Ups are on the third Saturday of every month.

You are asked to bring your own bucket and garden gloves to collect the trash and help keep our beaches clean. The beaches of Juno Beach is one of the world’s most populated sea turtle nesting spots and where sea turtles call home.

The cleanup will begin at 8:30 am and last approximately an hour. Following the cleanup, a light breakfast will be sponsored by Dunkin’ Donuts and there will be free coffee provided by Oceana Coffee. The cleanup will be cancelled if there is severe weather in the area.

To participate in the Beach Cleanup, RSVP to Lynne at bluefriends@marinelife.org.

Beach Clean Up Details:
When:

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The Loggerhead Marinelife Center is hosting their reoccurring monthly Ocean Explorers After Dark event for kids this Friday night.

Come and experience the sea turtle research and rehabilitation center after hours for a engaging opportunity and hands on experience for children to explore and experience the Loggerhead Marinelife Center. The program is geared toward children ages 6 to 10 years old and each month the program will feature a different unique theme.

The night includes a tour of the Outdoor Sea Turtle Hospital, a chance to participate in interactive games and lessons and pizza. The event is a drop-off event only and the drop off time starts at 5:30 pm to 6 pm and pick up time is from 9 pm to 9:30 pm.

The cost is $35 dollars per child. To

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Living in a diverse vacation destination like Palm Beach County, sometimes we feel like there is never a reason to leave. We’re surrounded with championship golf courses, unspoiled beaches, world-class sportfishing, nature trails, fine dining, laid back tiki bars, and chic boutiques. If you love to explore, however, you’ll also be delighted to hear that there are many easy weekend or day trips worth experiencing throughout the sunshine state of Florida (OUTSIDE of Palm Beach County!). With one trip for every month of the year, your wanderlust is sure to be satisfied!

January – Historic Redland Tropical Trail

Redland got its name for the same reason it’s worth visiting- sprawling strawberry fields. Located about an hour south of Miami, you haven’t

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The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is hosting the first Family Adventure Day of 2020. In 2020, the Jupiter Lighthouse is also celebrating its 160th Anniversary.

Come and spend the afternoon on the waterfront with adventures to celebrate Florida’s history and maritime heritage inspired educational activities. Activities include storytelling, visits from historical characters, fishing, arts and crafts, special exhibits, music, games, activities, demonstrations and much more.

The theme for this Family Adventure Day is The Charlie Pierce Expedition. There will be a costume contest for those who dresses up in their favorite Pioneer, Explorer and Archeologist gear. Come dressed as your favorite adventurer for your change to win a fun prize for the whole

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Palm Beach County has some of the best scuba diving in South Florida. Here are a few fun spots that you will enjoy.

Turtle Mound

This dome-shaped patch reef rises 12 to 15 feet above the sand. On the west side sleeping and feeding turtles, large stingrays and cobia can almost always be found. Turtle Mound will usually be the last leg of your dive on Breakers Reef.

Fourth Windows

With a beautiful ledge and fingers that protrude inshore, divers find masses of tropical fish, sea turtles, moray eels, and nurse sharks. With depths of 45 to 59-feet, you explore deep undercuts as you approach the northern portion of Breaker’s Reef as it wraps northwest. Along Fourth Windows, you will come across a heavily encrusted communications cable.

The

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It's that time again for the 2020 Stuart Boat Show. The annual boat show is the largest Boat Show on Florida’s Treasure Coast.

This year, The Stuart Boat Show has been named as one of the “Top 20 Events” in the Southeast by the Southeast Tourism Society. The Stuart Boat Show is the premier event for the area. The Martin County Office of Tourism submitted to be considered with the Marine Industry Association of the Treasure Coast, the organizer of the popular event.  The best events in the Southeastern part of the country compete every year to be featured in the “Top 20 Events” and this year, the Stuart Boat Show has once again made the list.

The Stuart Boat Show features more than 175 local, national and international exhibitors displaying hundreds of

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The Town of Jupiter is hosting their 22nd Annual Classics By The Sea Race this Saturday, January 11th. The race will include a 5K run, 10K run, and a Kids 1 Miler.

The race will begin in Carlin Park in Jupiter along A1A. Finisher medals and t-shirts will be given to all participants. There will also be food and an award ceremony for the top finishers in each category and the run will include chip timing.

Runners can pick up their Race Day Packets, Runner Bibs and Shirts at Tri Bike Run located on US Highway 1 in Juno Beach on Friday, January 1-th from 3 pm to 6 pm. Runners can also arrive early on Race Day and pick up their packets at Carlin Park from 5:45 am to 6 am.

Race Day Details:
When: Saturday, January 11th
Where: Carlin Park located at 400 Florida

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