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Jupiter’s Downtown Abacoa is preparing for a busy upcoming weekend filled with baseball, outdoor dining under the stars, and food trucks.

Beginning tomorrow, Thursday, June 10th, the Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium is hosting three baseball games this weekend in Jupiter.  The Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium is home to two Minor League Baseball Teams, The Palm Beach Cardinals and The Jupiter Hammerheads. During Spring Training, the Jupiter stadium is home Major League Baseball Teams, the St. Louis Cardinals, and the Miami Marlins.

Baseball Games This Week:

Thursday, June 10th: 6:30 pm The Jupiter Hammerheads vs. Fort Myers Mighty Mussels

Friday, June 11th: 6:30 pm The Jupiter Hammerheads vs. Fort Myers Mighty Mussels

Saturday, June 12th: 6:30 pm

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The iconic Henry M. Flagler Museum is one of the most well-known estates on Palm Beach Island.  The museum was once home to Henry M. Flagler and his wife Mary. Flagler was an American Industrialist and known as one of the island’s founders. The grand estate features more than 100,000 square feet of space that is filled with some of the most about history about the Gilded Age and Palm Beach.

Today, the estate is open to visitors for tours of the grand estate, estate grounds, Flagler’s Railcar No. 91, the Flagler Kenan Pavilion, The Museum Shop, and The Exhibition Gallery.  Recently the museum’s Café des Beaux Arts has opened for visitors to stop by and grab a picnic lunch while exploring the estate.  Café des Beaux Arts offers seasonal refreshments and

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June 8, 2021 is World Ocean Day. Fortunately, here in Palm Beach County there are several organizations that help by keeping the ocean free of garbage left on our beaches with beach cleanups.  This little piggy keeps the beaches clean.  The United Nations day, World Ocean Day, is for celebrating the role of the oceans in our everyday life and inspiring action to protect the ocean and sustainably use marine resources. 

Many countries have celebrated this special day since 1992, following the UN Conference on Environment and Development, held in Rio de Janeiro. In 2008, the UN General Assembly decided that, as of 2009, 8 June would be designated by the United Nations as “World Ocean Day”. 

Appreciate and do your part to keep the oceans beautiful

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This Thursday, June 10th, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. The City of West Palm Beach is happy to bring music to the West Palm Beach’s Waterfront’s Great Lawn for Clematis By Night. The Flyers will headline. The Flyers appeal to people of all interests and ages, including those who enjoy listening to good music, love to dance, or want to rock out. With three multi-instrumentalists in the band, guests should not be surprised if they see instruments exchanged in the middle of a song. The Flyers are a must-see act that always brings a good vibe for a lot of fun. 

The Thursday night tradition for more than 25 years started up earlier this year as part of the City’s Revamp Fun in ’21 campaign. Clematis By Night is FREE to attend, and walkup self-seating is

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Grab your paddle boards and kayaks and join in on the Mangroves and Mansions tour through the Lake Worth Lagoon. The tour begins on the waterfront in Downtown West Palm Beach where your tour guide will set up each guest with “paddling 101” and safety gear before heading off on the two-hour tour.

The tour includes paddling through the newest man-made mangrove island, South Cove Natural Area before making your way past the Society of the Four Arts gardens, under the Royal Palm Bridge and headed south towards Palm Beach’s famous Worth Avenue with views of the historic Everglades Club, The Breakers Hotel, and The Flagler Museum. 

Along the guided two-hour tour many marine life and wildlife are spotted along the way including Blue Heron, American Egret,

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The city of Palm Beach Gardens is planning on building a new sports complex to be built at The Gardens North County District Park next year. In March, City Officials approved the plans to build a new 200,000 square foot facility that will include ice skating rinks, rock climbing walls, basketball courts, and other amenities.

Commissioners approved a lease agreement within the city and the non-profit Palm Beach North Athletic Foundation Inc., to build a two-story, 200,000 square foot facility on 17 acres of land within the North County District Park. The Park is home to 82 acres and the foundation plans to raise money to build the new approved facility. The sports complex will design, construct, operate, and maintain a non-profit organization once

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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 Busch Wildlife Sanctuary is beginning a new chapter. The sanctuary located in Jupiter has helped to save almost 6,000 injured, sick, or orphaned wildlife patients in 2020 and the sanctuary is about to embark on an even bigger journey.

The Busch Wildlife Sanctuary was founded in 1983 and has been responsible for recusing, rehabilitation, and releasing thousands of animals back into the wild since opening. The sanctuary also helps to provide vital environmental education through their events and classes for South Floridians and visitors each year.

The Busch Wildlife Sanctuary has recently purchased land further west on Indiantown Road to develop a larger campus to help more wildlife and offer more educational programs for visitors. Currently the

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Lighthouse Cove Mini Golf is a great family fun adventure.  The Jupiter mini golf hosts two fun-for-all courses, each with 18 holes. The first course is Paradise Falls and serves up excitement for the whole family, complete with wheelchair and stroller accessibility. This winding course has several water features and hills, promising a variety of fun at every hole.

For those looking for even more adventure, the second course is called Lost Lagoon. It covers undulating terrain, caves and more, plus the added sightseeing bonus of our amazing tropical aquarium featuring sharks as well as a variety of other large and small fish.

Those over the age of 21can order their favorite concoction while golfing. Lighthouse Cove Min Golf delivers drinks,

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Number 1 tip for updating decor for entertaining is to change up your “tablescape”.  Assuming most people who are hosting are generally having a dinner party, this is a quick fix. And it is relatively inexpensive to change the appearance of your dining table. Select a table runner that is modern, new placemats, pick up beautiful, fresh flowers that may well enhance the center of your table add creative new vase.

Think about ideas for things that could make the space a little different than it was last time you had family or guests for a dinner party. And even down to the dinnerware itself, you can change out the cutlery and the serving platters. It is a relatively inexpensive to make your dining space fresh. 

Make sure the most expensive things

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