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On select nights during the week, the ultimate party boat hosts their weekly wine cruise. Head over to Harbourside Place in Jupiter on Wednesday evenings and board the PonTiki for their Wine Down Wednesday’s.

The PonTiki is a local Jupiter company that features a series of ponton party boats with friendly Captains that gives your tours of Jupiter and the intracoastal waterways. The PonTiki boats are perfect for family gatherings, parties, events, birthday and more.

On Wednesday, the PonTiki features their Wine Down Wednesday event. The cruise includes a friendly Captain, a sightseeing tour of Jupiter, and music. The Wine Cruise will take place on the newest and biggest boat of the fleet, The Shaka. The Shaka boat is full of amenities including a full

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Head to the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum on Wednesday nights for the Lighthouse Sunset Tour.

The Lighthouse Sunset Tour includes a climb to the top of the lighthouse tower to see the spectacular sunset views of Jupiter and the surrounding towns. Visitors will also get to see the Jupiter Lighthouse Light turn on and illuminate the sky and get to go inside the lighthouse watchroom to see how everything works.

This February, there are two remaining tours left for this month. The tours last approximately 75 minutes and children are welcomed to attend and must be 48 inches tall to climb the lighthouse tower’s 105 steps with an adult. Tickets can be purchased online and cost $25 dollars per person and $20 dollars per Lighthouse Members. The tours are

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The annual Jupiter Seafood Festival is back again and is heading to Carlin Park in Jupiter Saturday, February 22nd through Sunday, February 23rd.

Come and enjoy two-days of live entertainment, nautical vendors, music from local bands, kid’s activities, drinks, food vendors and of course some of the best seafood in Jupiter. The popular Seafood Festival started in 2012 and has been a huge success ever since. The festival brings some of the best seafood from a variety of local vendors and restaurants in and around Palm Beach County.

The Jupiter Seafood Festival takes place at Carlin Park on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets are $ 10 dollars for General Admission, $20 dollars for General Admission and VIP Parking and $25 dollars for V.I.E. (Very Important

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The River Center in Jupiter teams up once a month with the United States Coast Guard for a Boater’s Safety Course. The Safety Course is aimed for young adults and teens by all are welcomed to attend and learn more about safety on the water.

The class is taught in a lecture style class by the US Coast Guard Auxiliary “Flortilla 52”. The State of Florida and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation requires that any person wishing to operate a vessel of 10 horsepower or more and is born after January 1st, 1988 must complete and pass a Boater Safety Course and receive their Boater Safety Identification Card.

The Safety Course is free to attend but a $10 dollar deposit is required to reserve your spot in the class. The deposit will be refunded at the end of

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The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is hosting their popular Jupiter Climb and Paddle event this week.

The event starts with a climb to the top of Jupiter’s iconic red Lighthouse and get your chance to see the incredible views of Jupiter and the waterways. The Lighthouse tower is 105 steps to the top and those who attend the event must be able to climb the tower’s steps.

Following the tour of the Lighthouse, the friends at the Jupiter Outdoor Center will guide the guests on paddleboards or kayaks through the waters of the Jupiter Inlet and nearby waterways for a tour and history from the water. During past events, those who attend often have seen manatees, sea turtles, birds and other marinelife along the journey.

The Jupiter Climb and Paddle event is

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Jupiter is home to one of the very few remaining dog friendly beaches in the State of Florida and the only one in Palm Beach County. The Town of Jupiter in 1989 adopted a policy to allow dogs on the beach. Today, the town has a 2.5 mile stretch of the beach that is dog friendly.

The Jupiter Dog Beach stretches from beach marker #25 at Marcinski Road going north to beach marker #59, the south end of Carlin Park. In the designated area, dogs are allowed to roam freely and must be supervised at all times.

Dogs are allowed on the beach from sunrise to sunset. Parking is free along A1A or public parking lots at Carlin Park or Marcinski Road.

The Town of Jupiter has a set of rules they would like everyone to follow when bringing your pet to the beach. Being

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Tomorrow night, the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is hosting their reoccurring and popular Lighthouse Sunset Tour event. Climb to the top of the iconic Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and see the incredible sunset over the water and Jupiter.

During the tour, visitors will also get a look into the Lighthouse Watch room and watch the light turn on for the night and illuminate the sky. The tour last approximately 75 minutes long and the tours are weather permitting.

Children must be 48 inches tall to climb the lighthouse tower steps and must be accompanied by an adult 18 years old or older.

Tickets can be purchased online at cost $25 dollars per person and $20 dollars per Lighthouse Members. For tickets, click here.

After the Sunset Tour, all paid attendees

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The Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach offers a Public Guided Tour of the Sea Turtle Hospital and Rehabilitation Center. The tours are offered daily and visitors will get an up-close opportunity to see the sea turtles and Marinelife housed at the center.

The Guided Tours are opened to the public and all are welcomed to attend. The tours last approximately an hour long and is limited to 15 people due to space.

The tours are led by educational experts and the Loggerhead Marinelife Center staff who will be there to answer all your questions about Marinelife, the ocean and sea turtles.

To reserve your space, click here. Tours are $10 per adults and $5 dollars per children under 8 years old. A visitors Sign-In sheet is available at the Guest Services

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Join The Nature Conservatory in Florida staff this weekend at Blowing Rocks Preserve for a Shoreline Cleanup and do your part to help keep our beautiful sandy beaches clean. The Shoreline Cleanup’s are on the last Sunday of every month.

The Shoreline Cleanup will be guided by the Blowing Rocks crew leaders and participants will be guided through the trails and pathways along the shoreline of the Indian River Lagoon and the Atlantic Ocean to collect debris left on the beach.

All supplies will be provided for you to use and no registration is required to attend the Shoreline Cleanup. The cleanup is for all ages and those under 17 years old must be accompanied by an adult. You are asked to bring your own refillable water bottle to stay hydrated.

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The River Center in Jupiter teams up several times a year with the United States Coast Guard for a Boating Safety Class. The safety class is aimed to promote safety on the water and when operating a boat. The class is aimed for children, teens and young adults but all are welcomed to attend.

The class is taught by the US Coast Guard Auxiliary “Flortilla 52” in a lecture style class. The State of Florida’s Fish and Wildlife Conservation requires that any person wishing to operate a vessel of 10 horsepower or more and is born after January 1st, 1988 must complete and pass a boater safety course.

The class is free to attend but a $10 dollar deposit is required to hold your spot and will be refunded when the class is completed. The classes are sponsored by

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