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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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There are several venues offering music on a variety of nights and various hours within the Village of Tequesta. Tequesta was founded in the 1950s as a planned community centered on the Tequesta Country Club.  The Village of Tequesta was named after the Native American Tequesta people.

Located just 18 miles North of West Palm Beach, Tequesta has quick access to all the towns along the coastal route. This riverfront community features both single family Tequesta homes and condominiums. Golf course communities such as Jupiter Hills have gorgeous, elevated lots with views of the fairways and a nature preserve. Tequesta waterfront homes in communities such as the prestigious, Bay Harbor, boast waterfront views, private boat lifts and docks for their

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For coffee lovers who enjoy a little extra with their coffee should try Perk Coffee House in Tequesta.  Perk is located at 384 Tequesta Drive. It is such a cute place with a wonderful staff. Enjoy locally roasted coffee by Pumphouse Coffee Roasters, breakfast items and more. They serve local crafted beer and organic wine, kombucha on tap as well as Matcha.

All food is prepared fresh to order with healthy ingredients, variety in options, and nutritious alternatives.  Whether you are gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, or other there is something for everyone. The kitchen is always coming up with new ideas for specials including a Vegan Breakfast Burrito, Vegan Truffle Mac n’ Cheese, the Green Goddess Melt and our Impossible Burger.

Perk has many

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The “Sunshine State” consistently endures a leading choice in many of the “best states to retire in” lists.  Southeast Florida offers boundless opportunities from upscale beachfront living to casual waterfront options. Choose from Atlantic Ocean deep sea fishing charters or lazy days paddling on a kayak through Jonathon Dickinson State Park. Imagine endless days of tennis, golf or sunbathing at the local beach.  

Market Watch of the Wall Street Journal named Florida as the seventh best state for retirement.  The reasons it remains high on the list:  no income tax!  Additionally, the property tax protection for full time residents against increases.  

Yahoo Finance concurs, citing MoneyRates.com “Best States to Retire in Now”.  Southeast Florida

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Vegan For Beginners is an online workshop live on Saturday, June 19, 202, at 5:00 p.m. for a cooking first!  At the workshop you learn the basics and then watch the meal being prepared.

With more people in Jupiter and Tequesta interested in vegan/plant-based eating. Some are just curious, some want to sample vegan eating, and some are ready to become total vegans. Both ZOOM events will introduce you to the vegan lifestyle.

EVENT 1:  ATTEND THE WORKSHOP - LEARN THE BASICS

During the Introduction Workshop Event 1:

Vegan/Plant-based presentation – no cooking involved.

Questions and answer session.

During the cooking demo:

Watch the preparation of a delicious vegan dish.

Relax, observe, and ask questions at the end.

All recipes

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Constitution Park, 399 Seabrook Road, Tequesta has something for everyone - children's playgrounds, fitness trail, putting green, skateboard park, basketball courts and more. The meticulously maintained park is covered by a canopy of mature oak trees. In order to maintain the impeccable quality of the park, routine improvements are required. 

Constitution Park is a true asset in the Village of Tequesta.  It will be closed for enhancements Monday, May 17, 2021 – June 4, 2021. On the improvement schedule, Constitution park will be getting upgrades to the walking trail, drainage, and landscaping. The Skate Park will continue to be open during improvements.

The park is awesome with a nice big green space as well as a huge gazebo in the center. The

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Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery, located at 373 Tequesta Drive in the quaint seaside Village of Tequesta, rouses the senses with fabric/textile exhibition entitled “Stitched” through May 27, 2021.  The exhibit is an exhibition commemorating the art of textiles.

Various collections from textile artists will be on display including Kirk Ke Wang’s, “Landscape of Human Skins.” Ke Wang’s work incorporates abandoned pieces of clothing, or as he refers, “skins”.  He incorporates clothing left behind by civilization through a succession of large-scaled colorful, mixed media collages. He uses clothing worn by immigrants and others to create a story of profound, thought-provoking compositions. 

The work of several distinguished artists’ weavings,

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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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This St. Patrick’s Day follow the rainbow to the pot of gold at McCarthy’s Pub, 518 U.S. Highway One in Tequesta. Open from 2 to 10 p.m. on St. Patrick's Day, they will have food specials and live music by Billy Kamalay from 2 to 5 p.m. followed by Jimmy Gallagher from 5 p.m. to close. 

McCarthy's has been a Jupiter and Tequesta staple for over 45 years. McCarthy’s Pub has changed locations a few times, however the restaurants philosophy remains the same: to treat every guest as family, provide a welcoming meal, comforting liquid refreshment and a good time. Albeit one shepherd's pie at a time.

There will also be special items for St. Patrick's Day including corned beef and cabbage and Irish Reuben sandwiches and sliders. The regular menu here

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The Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery, 373 Tequesta Drive, Tequesta,  is hosting the 8th Annual Plein Air Festival Sunday, March 14 through Saturday, March 20, 2021.  This art festival is known to be one of the premier Plein Air Festivals in the United States. The festival has been overhauled to meet social distancing protocols for the current times. 

Twenty-four national award-winning artists have been invited to exhibit their fresh works in the Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery and online during this highly anticipated festival of “representational art that captures our environment as history in the making.” 

The festival kicks-off with an in-person “Paint Out Competition” at the celebrated Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens in West Palm Beach. The artists

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