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Chilling out in the Palm Beaches is simple at the very popular, award-winning weekly concert series which has been a preferred West Palm Beach tradition for almost 30 years.  This Halloween season has caused the City of West Palm Beach to rename "Clematis by Night" this week to "Clematis by Fright"!  Head out to the renamed “Palm Stage on the Great Lawn” in Downtown West Palm Beach for a costume contest, spooktacular prizes, live music and fun!  Add this event to your Thursday night schedule and check out the fun at "Clematis by Fright". 

Palm Beach County’s best rock, blues, soul, reggae, blues, country, and Latin music is showcased with live concerts by current national, and local bands. Clematis by Night is held in a beautiful setting.  The

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Enjoy a Zen evening with twilight yoga at the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse in Jupiter on the inlet.  Twillight yoga class is scheduled on October 25 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm.  Experience the serenity of yoga on the lighthouse deck at sunset this Monday.  Calm your mind and get healthy with yoga.  This is an all-levels class. Beginners are encouraged to join and more than welcomed.

What To Bring:
Please bring your own yoga mat, water bottle and if you are not fully vaccinated, please continue to wear a mask while you visit. For safety of all, mats will be placed at least 6 feet apart.

What To Know:
For check-in, arrive 10 minutes before yoga & sign waiver. Twilight Yoga is weather dependent, and yogis will be notified prior to any cancellation. Refunds will

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An amazing indoor playspace for kids is We Rock the Spectrum Kid’s Gym in Tequesta. This super clean and friendly children’s gym is full of fun things for little ones. With suspended swings, a huge trampoline, climbing walls, and even a zip line, it’s no wonder this gym has earned such a big following since its recent opening.

Two kid-loving families opened the gym. They have a background in child education and development and offer local kids the best tools and fun for their growing needs. It is a perfect spot for the accompanying adults. There are plenty of tables and chairs to sit at while the kids play, or adults are welcomed to join in the fun as well and act as a guide for their children. 

We Rock the Spectrum is the only kid’s gym in the

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Have you ever wanted to learn how to play pickleball? Palm Beach County has lots of Pickleball courts to practice on. Pickleball is played on a badminton-sized court (20’ x 44’).  The ball is served diagonally, starting with the right-hand service-square, and points can only be scored by the side that serves.

Players on each side must let the ball bounce once before volleys are allowed, and there is a seven-foot no-volley zone on each side of the net, to prevent “spiking.” The server continues to serve, alternating service courts, until he or she faults. The first side scoring eleven points and leading by at least two points wins. Pickleball can be played with singles or doubles.

To volley means to hit a ball in the air without first letting it

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Southeast Florida is known for its miles of sandy beaches and beautiful ocean waters, miles of biking and hiking trails, nature areas and parks.  One town in particular, the Town of Jupiter, has all of that, as well as excellent rated schools, trendy restaurants, superb shopping, arts and culture, outdoor activities, great hospitals, friendly neighborhoods, and some of the best golf courses in the country.

Jupiter is close to 100 years as an incorporated town in the State of Florida. The town was incorporated 1925. The picturesque seaside town is home to more than 65,000 full-time residents. In 2018, Jupiter was rated as the 12th Best Beach Town in the United States by WalletHub and the 9th Happiest Seaside Town in America by Coastal Living

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The Cultural Council for Palm Beach County offers a program entitled  MOSAIC.  MOSAIC is an acronym for “Months of Shows, Art, Ideas and Culture”.  It celebrates the diversity of all the different arts and culture within The Palm Beaches. 

Take a quick look at a sampling of some of the unique arts and culture opportunities presented by the Cultural Council for Palm Beach County for their MOSAIC celebration below:

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 31. Use coupon code MOSAIC2020 to redeem.

Benzaiten Center for the Creative Arts (Lake Worth Beach): A special deal for Glassblowing Class for Two for students through December 31.

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Paddle board or kayak along cypress knees on the Loxahatchee River for a throw back in time to the early settlers’ days in Jupiter and Tequesta.  Take in the remarkable river scenery and the ecosystems that the Loxahatchee River supports including cypress knees. 

What is a cypress knee you ask? A cypress knee is a unique characteristic of a cypress tree forming above the roots. Their purpose is mysterious, and they are generally seen on trees growing in swamps. Some current theories say that they might help to “aerate the tree's roots, create a barrier to catch sediment and reduce erosion, assist in anchoring the tree in the soft and muddy soil, or any combination thereof”. 

The Loxahatchee River is one of the best ways to see Old Florida up

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Jupiter is very easy to navigate on foot or by bike via The Riverwalk. Upon completion, the Jupiter Riverwalk trail will provide public access to 2.5 miles along the Intr acoastal Waterway and the Jupiter Inlet. The Riverwalk “transverses through many types of upland communities including environmentally sensitive lands, residential, marinas, commercial properties as well as waterfront parks.”  

To travel along the Riverwalk, begin at the southern end starts at Ocean Way, near the Atlantic Ocean. There are numerous things to do in Jupiter located along the Riverwalk walking/biking trail. You will journey past Jupiter Ridge, which is home to majestic manatees and unique ecosystems. Meander past Mangrove Bay which features distinctive trees and then

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Attention dog owners!  Mounts Botanical Garden, 531 North Military Trail in West Palm Beach is turning its annual Dogs’ Day in the Garden into a monthly event, beginning Sunday, December 13, 2020. Bring your four- legged family member for a delightful garden stroll on the second Sunday each month, 9 am-3 pm.  

You will find some great spots around the garden for fun photos with your fur baby! If you post pictures, please use #MountsBotanicalGarden and Mounts will share your photos. Moving ahead, this fun experience for both humans and their fur-babies held on the second Sunday of each month through May 9, 2021.  The event will be held throughout the Garden, and regular admission applies: $10 (general); $5 (children 5-12), and free for members. 

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A beloved Jupiter Mexican style taqueria, PapiChulo Tacos, has opened a new location in Royal Palm Beach. This new hot spot boasts a chill Southern Cali / Baja Coast vibe lust like it’s sister restaurant to the northern end of Palm Beach County on U.S. One.

Both PapiChulo Taco locations serve up the same Mexican-style menu of tasty tacos, nachos, cleverly crafted cocktails, desserts and more! The new location just celebrated its grand opening on Tuesday, Oct. 13. Located at 1005 N. State Road 7, just south of Okeechobee Blvd. in the Regal Cinemas shopping center, the space pulses happily with a laid-back beach bar vibe. They even had beach sand brought in from the Atlantic Ocean.  

Pick up on varying tastes of Latin America chef-driven street food

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