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Make life better with bubbles and coastal breezes. Unplug from life’s stressors on Singer Island. Whether you’re planning a special occasion or simply need to unwind after a hectic workweek, make the most of your day with a glass of champagne overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Unplug from daily stress and take a break.

Life keeps our body on an all systems on high alert. Many of us do not get a chance to recharge. The time has come to recharge and think of dreamy beaches, silky warm seas, lush scenery, and endless sunshine. Take a break from routine. Try a mini break, with a glass of champagne at Coconuts on the Beach. The trendy place to chill is located at 3700 North Ocean Drive on Singer Island. The tropical restaurant has beachside views of the

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The State of Florida only has a few remaining Dog Friendly Beaches in the entire state and the Town of Jupiter is proud to have one of them.  The town adopted the policy to allow dogs to roam on the beach in 1989. Since then, the stretch of sand where dogs are permitted has grown to 2.5 miles long.

The Dog Friendly Beach area stretches from Carlin Park at Beach Marker #57 to Marcinski Road at Beach Marker #25. In this designated area, dogs are allowed to roam freely while being supervised by their owners.

In order to keep Jupiter a dog friendly area, the town has a set of rules, they wish everyone would follow when bringing your dog to the beach.

Dog-Friendly Beach Area Rules:

  • Only behaved, obedient, well-socialized dogs should be brought
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Embrace Latin America cuisine at  Viva la Playa, 10 South Ocean Boulevard, Lake Worth Beach and indulge in modern concepts infused into the traditional sweet flavors of Latin America. Focusing on different regions of Latin America, the menu is diverse with a strong focus in agave spirits. The menu celebrates the daring Latin American approach to cuisine. The signature menu items focus on flavors from Mexico, Peru, Colombia, Cuba, and Brazil among other incredible locales.

The focus is handmade and authentic. They grind heirloom corn to make tortillas and prepare fresh vegetables for all the sauces. All juices are freshly pressed. Finish your dining experience on a high note with a dulce de leche, horchata or a sampling of exotic fruits.  Bring the

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The Loggerhead Marinelife Center announced recently that they will continue their partnership with the Palm Beach fashion icon and line, Lilly Pulitzer for their weekly Beach Clean-Ups on Juno Beach. The year-round sponsorship will include hosting specialty events throughout Palm Beach County Lilly Pulitzer retail stores and highlight two local and late pioneering women Lilly Pulitzer and Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s Eleanor Fletcher.

Every Saturday morning, the Loggerhead Marinelife Center hosts its weekly Beach Cleanup along the beach near the center. The weekly beach cleanups provide a fun opportunity for locals to help keep our beautiful beaches and towns clean of debris and litter. The cleanups are important now more than ever. Beginning in

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Earlier this week, The Loggerhead Marinelife Center released two sea turtles back into the ocean. The double release was the first public sea turtle release since February of 2020. Hundreds of people gathered along the beach near the center to witness two sea turtles be released back into the ocean after spending months at the center for recovery and rehabilitation.

The sea turtle release event was Wednesday, July 14th at 9:30 am. The two sea turtles released were named Big Chase and Pike. Pike is a subadult loggerhead sea turtle patient that was found near the Juno Beach Pier a few months back. Big Chase is a male loggerhead sea turtle patient that was found by biologists from the Inwater Research Group at FPL’s St. Lucie site.  Big Chase and Pike

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On Saturday mornings throughout the summer, the Loggerhead Marinelife Center hosts a Self-Guided Beach Clean Up for locals and visitors to help keep our beautiful beaches clean for the sea turtles and other marine life.

Now more than ever, the sea turtle research and rehabilitation center need your help. Beginning in March through the end of October is Sea Turtle Nesting Season, where thousands of sea turtles lay their nests on the beach in our area. Northern Palm Beach County is one of the most popular sea turtle nesting spots in the world, the main reason is the gulf stream current that bends towards Florida. During this time, the center monitors the beaches daily for new sea turtle nests.

The center sets up for the Self-Guided Beach Clean Up

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The Loggerhead Marinelife Center has recently added their popular Guided Turtle Walks back to their events calendar this June. On Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday nights join the Loggerhead Marinelife Center to visit with the sea turtles and get a chance to witness the sea turtle nesting process on the beach.

The Guided Turtle Walks is a unique program that allows guest to witness and observe the egg laying process of sea turtles and learn all about it. The walks require approval from the state and during the event an experienced member of the Loggerhead Marinelife Center staff search the beach for sea turtle while visitors learn about the process at the center. Once the talks are complete and the sea turtles are spotted on the beach, guests

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The public can now help marine life by adopting a sea turtle through the Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s Adopt a Sea Turtle program. This unique program helps to benefit further research, rehabilitation projects, and the continuous care for the injured, sick, and endangered sea turtles housed at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center.

The Loggerhead Marinelife Center is a non-profit organization located in Juno Beach. The center’s mission is to help protect marine life and to help promote ocean conservation. The center rescues injured or endangered sea turtles to bring to their sea turtle hospital for further care and diagnosis before releasing back into the ocean.

Through the Adoption program medication, food and tank maintenance, research and hospital

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Experience Viva la Playa, 10 South Ocean Boulevard, Lake Worth Beach and indulge in modern concepts infused into the traditional sweet flavors of Latin America. The menu celebrates the daring Latin American approach to cuisine - highlighting flavors from Mexico, Peru, Colombia, Cuba, and Brazil among other incredible locales.

Focusing on different regions of Latin America, the menu is diverse with a strong focus in agave spirits. The signature beverages are cultivated to emphasize the season’s best flavors, offering a well-balanced flavor experience that brings the playa (beach) to your table.

The focus is handmade and authentic. They grind heirloom corn to make tortillas and prepare fresh vegetables for all the sauces. All juices are freshly

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Recently, the Town of Jupiter has added and installed clean up stations at local parks to help the environment by reducing the number of debris and litter in our town.

The project is part of Jupiter’s partnership with Beach Bucket Foundation. The mission of the project is to create awareness and community involvement in helping the preservation of our local beaches and ocean. The town’s council identified clean up areas and more activities along the waterfront and local parks as one of their initiatives this year.

Waterfront Properties has sponsored clean up buckets at four local clean up stations. Visitors can grab a bucket from the station and help pick up litter and debris while they enjoy the park or walk along the beach. Once the bucket is

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