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The popular South Florida Garlic Fest returns this weekend in western Palm Beach County. The festival features all things garlic and is one of the best parties of the year. 

 The festival features garlic infused goodies, from seafoods to burgers and even ice cream. With over 100 garlic infused dishes there is something for everyone to enjoy. The festival also features more than 150 exhibitors selling art, homemade goods, and products, a full bar, amusement park rides, sing-a-longs and much more. 

 The South Florida Garlic Festival rolls into town this Saturday, February 4th and Sunday, February 5th  at the Village Park Athletic Complex in Wellington. Tickets are available to purchase online or at the gate. 

 For more information about the

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Polo Season has officially begun in South Florida. Every year, The National Polo Center in Wellington hosts its annual Polo Season that begins in January and goes through April. The hundreds of events attract thousands of spectators, world’s premier polo players, Olympian equestrians, and polo enthusiast each year to the area. 

The National Polo Center in western Palm Beach County is the ultimate social scene. The Center is home to the world-class equestrian competitions and the National Polo Center (NPC) showcases its tournaments to develop American players.

The Center facilities include a Grandstand, Clubhouse, restaurants, swimming pool, gym, tennis courts, social club, and five fields. Every January through April thousands of Polo Players

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As a part of the most recent installment of the Art in Public Places initiative sculptures by renowned Wellington artist Colbert C. Collins will soon be on display in various locations in the Village of Wellington. Collins’ bronzes reflect an inner vision that life is “a discovery of the inherent design and relationship between all things.”

His pieces illustrate a fascination with movement and the significant bonds between people. Collins sculptures and collections span four continents, over 2public and private facilities, and more than 3,000 homes. His images range from small 6-inch representational pieces to large 15-foot steel abstracts.  Four of Collins’ sculptures will be showcased in the following areas: Wellington Community Center, Village

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If you are looking for free and enjoyable entertainment in the Wellington area, head on over to the Wellington Amphitheater for the free outdoor concert series featuring tribute bands and food trucks.  The tribute concerts take place during the month of June and concerts take place on Thursday nights, and select Friday and Saturday nights.

This Thursday, June 17, 2021, the Food Trucks and Concert Series returns to Wellington.  Scheduled for this Thursday is: GDR: A Tribute to the Greatest Decades of Rock.  Please bring your own seating or blankets. No smoking, alcohol or pets allowed. 

The Wellington Amphitheater also offers free movies on Friday nights.  Make sure to bring your own seats, snacks, and drinks for movie night. Its great family

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The Wellington Bacon and Bourbon Fest is back again this year by popular demand. The festival will be held at the newly constructed Town Center Promenade this upcoming weekend. The festival will feature two of the most powerful words beginning with the letter B. Bacon and Bourbon will be everywhere.

The event will feature more than 60 artists and crafters, a giant menu of bacon infused culinary dishes, and a collection of over 40 rare bourbons and whiskeys. New to the festival this year, are the varieties of bourbon flights that will be available and provide attendees the opportunity to taste different brands from across the US.

Wellington’s Bacon and Bourbon Fest strives to bring a fun-filled food lover community event featuring unique beverages

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The Winter Equestrian Festival is held in Wellington every winter and it is one of the largest annual sporting events held in Palm Beach County. The Equestrian show is also the longest-running equestrian event in the world. The event attracts national and international athletes competing for prizes, preparing for the Olympics, or just beginning their equestrian careers.

This year, the Winter Equestrian Festival will be a little different. This year, the famed Palm Beach International Equestrian Center is closed to spectators, but every show will be available to see online through their live stream.

Once the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center allows visitors again, the center is worth going to. The equestrian venue is known throughout the

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The Village of Wellington just celebrated a milestone birthday over the holiday weekend. The village was incorporated on December 31st, 1995 and this year marked its 25th anniversary.

Festivities occurred over the weekend at Green Park and the village leaders did everything they could to ensure everyone’s health and safety. Visitors remained in their cars for a socially distant firework display to help celebrate the village’s 25th anniversary and to help ring in the New Year.

Wellington, is a village located west of West Palm Beach in Palm Beach County is known to many for its beautiful parks, inviting neighborhoods, great schools, and all things equestrian. Wellington is Palm Beach County’s fifth largest municipality by population.

Wellington is

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Signs of fall are coming to Palm Beach County. Although the weather is still warm and sunny, fall events and activities are opening for everyone to enjoy. Local Pumpkin patches are opening for you to grab your perfect pumpkin for Halloween and fall decorations. Local Green Markets displaying local produce, homemade goods, jewelry, crafts, chesses, breads, pastries, and more are beginning to open this fall and continuing weekly until the spring.

Green Markets In Our Area

Swank Farm Farmers Market: Opened last Saturday, October 3rd and will take place every Saturday morning through July from 10 am to 1 pm.

Wellington’s Twilight Green Market: Every Friday evening from now until March 2021 from 5 pm to 9 pm at the newly constructed Town Center

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The annual Winter Equestrian Festival starts this January at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center in Wellington. Wellington is the home to the world’s premier winter equestrian event every year.

Each year participates range in age from 2 years old to 70 years old and more than 6,000 horses compete for more than a half a billion dollars. The Winter Equestrian Festival starts in early January and ends in late March. During the course of the three months, the festival is the longest and largest running horse show that sees some of the best riders of their class. Riders come from all 50 states and more than 52 countries and feature adult amateurs, juniors, children and Olympians.

The Palm Beach International Equestrian Center is considered to be one

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The Palm Beach International Polo Season started this December 29th and last until mid-April 2020. Thousands of equestrians and Polo lovers flock to Palm Beach County’s Wellington every year to see some of the best Polo matches in the world.

Wellington is known as the Equestrian Capital of the world and the most popular destination for the Equestrian lifestyle. The Palm Beach International Polo Club and the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center are both located in Wellington.

Polo is one of the oldest equestrian sports and is a game played between two teams. Each team member uses a mallet to drive a wooden ball down the field to score points. The Polo Matches are played in Wellington every December 29th through the middle of April. Tickets are

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