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The holiday season is here! It is the time to bring out the holiday decorations, brilliant lights, holiday gifts, ornaments, and a perfect Christmas tree. There is no better way to get in the holiday spirit than visiting one of Palm Beach County Christmas tree vendors to find the perfect tree to bring home and decorate with family and friends.

North Pole Christmas Tree has been selling holiday décor and Christmas trees in Palm Beach County for 40 years. The Christmas trees arrive every 3 days from North Carolina and are some of the freshest trees around. The trees range in height and size and include top-quality trees such as Fraser Fir, Scotch Pine, and Balsam. North Pole Christmas Trees is open 7 days a week starting November 19th through the end

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Fall has officially begun which means it's officially pumpkin patch season. Halloween is still a few weeks away and there is plenty of time to pick out the perfect costume to go trick or treating in but local pumpkin patches are already open where you can grab that perfect round bright orange or white pumpkin to celebrate Fall.

Here is a list of some of the best Pumpkin Patches in our area.

Pumpkin Towne: Opening Thursday, October 7th

With locations in Jupiter, Wellington and Stuart, Pumpkin Towne is all about getting into the Halloween and Fall spirit. Pumpkin Towne offers three types of pumpkins, mini pumpkins for less than a dollar, bounce houses, pumpkin pies, carving pumpkins, hay bales for climbing, photo opportunities and much more. All

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The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society is a non-profit zoological organization located at Dreher Park in West Palm Beach. Take the kids to the Palm Beach Zoo, for a low-cost Palm Beach County outing during the month of September. The zoo will be offering FREE admission for children of the age 12 and younger through September 30, 2021.

The zoo houses more than 550 animals, which includes over 190 species. Many of the species are endangered and inhabited within 23-acres of lush tropical habitat. The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society is a member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums and the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums.

The deal includes admission to the entertaining and enjoyable Splash Pad. 

Masks are required for anyone,

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This upcoming Sunday is a day to indulge in your favorite ice cream flavors and sundaes to celebrate National Ice Cream Day. National Ice Cream Day has been celebrated since 1984, when President Reagan declared the third Sunday of July as National Ice Cream Day and he also declared the month of July as National Ice Cream Month.

Sunday’s weather is expected to be in the high 80’s which makes it a perfect summer day to head out to one of your favorite local ice cream shops to celebrate the day. Many ice cream shops and ice cream chains are giving away free ice cream and free treats to celebrate National Ice Cream Day.

National Ice Cream Freebies and Deals:

Baskin-Robbins: Get a free ice cream scented kinetic sand in chocolate mint or strawberry

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Looking for a night on the town with nice atmosphere and a great music scene? Here are some of the top places locals and tourists have named “the best in Palm Beach County”.  

1.  Copper Blues Rock Pub and Kitchen

One of the newest hot spots in West Palm Beach is Copper Blues of Rosemary Square. A brewery and a pub, this cool bar offers over 60 beers on tap and almost anything you can think of in the bottle, can or growler. Copper Blues unique beer offerings paired with artisan bar-bites and an amazing blues and jazz music scene make this one of the top places in Palm Beach County for live music. You can enjoy live music every Wednesday through Saturday and the bar’s website always has an updated list of who is playing.

2.  E.R Bradley’s

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Register now for the Hometown Heroes Mini Golf Classic at the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium in West Palm Beach.  This is part of the Hometown Hero Appreciation Day on Saturday, June 19th from 9am -3pm.    Participants must register in advance. There are a total of 18 foursomes available to participate.

This is a great opportunity for families to have fun together!  The Hometown Heroes Mini Golf Classic at the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium features 18 holes, and all needed to be completed for the tournament.  Prizes will be awarded to the winning foursome and all participants will receive a Conservation Cup branded golf ball. 

Participants must check in at 8:45 a.m. in front of the Science Center and proceed to the

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Sometimes you need the weekend to come a little bit earlier than Friday.  The Blind Monk, located at 410 Evernia Street in West Palm Beach offers “Live Tunes Tuesdays”.  The ambiance is soft and peaceful for a relaxing evening, girls’ night out or a late-night bite.  The restaurant offers plenty of outdoor seating too.

The Blind Monk offer live music multiple times during the week in addition to the Tuesday night lineup. The Blind Monk offers over 90 selections of wine, serves craft beer and other fine spirits. You will be surprised to find a great variety of tapas, as well as a lot of cheeses on the menu.  

The Blind Monk introduces the Monk Market “your online neighborhood wine shop, cheese monger, and specialty market”. They offer free

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The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts in West Palm Beach is offering the “Kravis Creates! Virtual Summer Arts Program” from July 21 – July 30, 2021. The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts in West Palm Beach will launch its Kravis Creates! Virtual Summer Arts Program beginning June 21. The virtual summer arts program is beginning June 21st with weekly sessions that will offer young artists ages 7 to 18 the opportunity to connect and create through the arts. 

Virtual participants will be guided through week-long workshops in disciplines like acting, dance, playwriting, spoken word, and stop motion filmmaking by Kravis Center professionals. The program is sponsored by Rita and Charles Bronfman.

Connect, imagine, and create your world through

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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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