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The River Center in Jupiter is hosting their family friendly event this Wednesday, May 8th. The Sandbar and Seashells Family Boating Tour and Snorkeling Exploration for a trip along the Loxahatchee River.

The boat will launch from the Burt Reynold’s Park on US Highway 1 at 1:30 pm. Climb aboard the Osprey boat to hunt for shells and Marinelife at the sandbar, soak up the sun and snorkel along the sandbar and waters.

Those who attend are asked to bring your own water shoes, water, snacks, and snorkel gear. The event is this Wednesday, May 8th form 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm. Registration is required due to space. The cost to attend is $30 dollars for adults and $20 dollars for children. To register, click here.

More dates for the Family Boat Tour:
Tuesday, July

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It’s that time again for the monthly Food Truck Friday’s where food trucks roll into downtown Abacoa for a night of great food and fun.

The popular food truck’s line the streets of Main Street of the Town Center and offer a variety of different cuisines from around the world and offer someone for everyone. The food trucks specialize in one type or style of cuisine that makes them stand out from the rest. The truck lineup includes everything from desserts, tacos, burgers, chicken, wraps, and much more.

The monthly Food Truck Friday’s occur on the second Friday of every month. The next Food Truck Friday is this Friday, May 10th starting at 5:30 pm. The local shops of Abacoa stay open later for shopping, there will be a DJ playing the latest hits at the

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This Wednesday, May 8th, the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is hosting their Mother’s Day Blooms event to benefit the Jupiter Lighthouse.

Bring your sister, mom, or best friend to the event to celebrate the special day with a fun filled flower workshop. At the event you’ll learn how to make your own flower arrangements and will be able to take home your flower arrangement at the end of the event. A light afternoon tea will be served.

The event starts at 1:30 pm until 4:30 pm in the lighthouse’s Quarterdeck Room. Tickets are $65 dollars per person and a portion of your ticket price will be donated to the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum.

For more information about the event, click here.

The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is located at 500

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The Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach is preparing to release another healthy sea turtle named Valentina back into the ocean tomorrow afternoon.

Valentina is a sub-adult loggerhead sea turtle that was found in the St. Lucie Power Plant intake canal in Jenson Beach on February 14th, 2019. When the sea turtle arrived at the center, the turtle’s blood work showed hypoglycemia and anemia, Valentina was also under weight, lethargic and in poor health. Valentina was also missing its left front flipper. The Loggerhead Marinelife Center monitored the turtle with routine blood work, nutrition, iron, and antibiotics.

Tomorrow, May 7th, Valentina will be released back into the ocean at 2 pm with pre-release procedures beginning at 1:30 pm. The release

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Palm Beach County is seeing the new sugar rush trend of piled high milk shakes and ice cream sundaes filled with cotton candy, cakes, candy, crepes, and every ice cream topping that you can think of.

Here are three new dessert spots for you to try out.

West Palm Beach:
The Sugar Milk Dessert Bar opens this Saturday, April 27th in the Grandview Public Market in West Palm Beach. The new dessert bar is scheduled to open at 11 am. The new food hall stand will feature everything from Taiwanese style bubble tea, Hong Kong style bubble waffled filled with soft serve ice cream and fruit, chocolate sauce and toppings. The menu will also feature a colorful drink called the Milky Unicorn which is made from blends of Thai butterfly pea milk and fruit flavored pink

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The Loxahatchee Everglades offer airboat tours for you to experience the wonders of the world-famous Florida Everglades.

The airboats glide over the river grass and enjoy the large array of wildlife viewing and even Florida’s alligators. The Loxahatchee Everglades is an eco-tourism business that respects the environment and therefore do not cage, pen or feed any wildlife.

All of the tour guides have received training and experience on the Everglades history and animal and plant life. All of the guides training and certification is completed by their own “Wild Lyle” and strives on being the best tour guides in South Florida.

The Everglades is home to hundreds of bird species, the American Alligator, and native plants. The tours depart daily and are

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This Sunday, May 5th is Cinco De Mayo and many local restaurants in Palm Beach County are hosting special dining deals and drink specials in honor of the day.

Many confused Cinco De Mayo as Mexico’s Independence Day but, Cinco De Mayo is actually the day that Mexico defeated France in the Battle of Puebla on May 5th, 1862. Mexico’s Independence Day is actually September 16th.

Cinco de Mayo became popular in the United States in the late 1980’s when Mexican imported beers such as Modelo and Corona created an ad campaign that eventually took over the print and tv ads.

In Palm Beach County there are several authentic Mexican restaurants that will be hosting special dinner and drink specials, live music, special events and contests and much more

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The Town of Palm Beach is an incorporated town in Palm Beach County. Palm Beach gained its popularity and became known as America’s first resort destination by Henry Flagler in the late 1800’s. Today, Palm Beach is known for its high-end shopping, five-star restaurants and award-winning hotels.

Here are some of Palm Beach’s greatest hotels to stay at when visiting or just stop by for dinner or visit their spa.

The Breakers Hotel
The iconic Breakers Hotel was founded in 1896 by the American Industrialist Henry M. Flagler. Flagler was one of the great American Industrialist that started the trend to make Palm Beach America’s first resort destination. The premier hotel is located on the Atlantic Ocean and the hotel offers world class service, lavish rooms

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The Kentucky Derby is this Saturday, May 4th where more than 20 thoroughbred horses get an opportunity of a lifetime to run the race for the 145th year. This year, several Palm Beach County restaurants will be serving their best Mint Juleps and specials for the race.

Crosby Kitchen and Bar in Jupiter is hosting their first annual derby party and its for charity. The party is reservation only and cost $50 dollars per ticket. The party includes an open bar and light bites and appetizers. The derby party benefits the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Research. Crosby Kitchen and Bar is located at 1406 Cypress Drive in Jupiter.

III Forks steakhouse located on PGA Boulevard in Palm Beach Garden are having Kentucky Derby inspired cocktails from 5 pm to 11 pm for $10

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The Florida State Park is located in Martin County between Tequesta and Hobe Sound just 5 miles north of Jupiter. The park features a variety of natural habitats, river swamps, wildlife, 16 natural communities, hiking and biking trails, water activities, guided tours, food courts, and mangroves. Jonathan Dickinson State Park has the Loxahatchee River, Florida’s first federally designated scenic and wild river runs through the middle of the park. In 2013, the state park won the TripAdvisior’s Certificate of Excellence.

The park got its name after a Quaker merchant named Jonathan Dickinson wrecked his boat off the coast in 1696. The park served as the home to Camp Murphy, an army base for the Southern Signal Corps School during the second World War.

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