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If you are looking for something different and exciting to do this weekend in South Florida, here is a list of fun things happening in our area.

Kane Brown: Fort Pierce

The popular country, pop singer is hosting a one-night only concert event that is being shown at the Fort Pierce Park tomorrow night. The concert will also feature Granger Smith, Jimmie Allen, and Lauren Alaina. Tickets start at $56 dollars per car and is happening Saturday, September 26th at 8:30 pm

Dine The Drive: Jupiter

The Town Center at Abacoa is hosting a month-long dining deal special at several of their restaurants. For a set price, diners can choose options from a three-course meal. The four restaurants participating in the month long special are Brick and Barrel, Das

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Palm Beach County Commissioners modified the timeline to reopen venues and extend restaurant hours earlier than expected. The commissioners revised the county’s Phase Two plan during a planned meeting yesterday afternoon.

The revised plan was drafted during last week’s, September 15th meeting and if the county continued to go forward in the direction we are headed, the commissioners would revise the timeline to reopen more of Palm Beach County. At yesterday’s meeting, the board directed the staff to modify the timeline and re-open venues earlier than anticipated.

Starting today, Friday, September 25th, all restrictions related to the operating hours of businesses and establishments will be lifted and businesses came resume their normal hours of

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Downtown Palm Beach Gardens, formally known as Downtown at the Gardens is back open and ready for you to come to dine and shop at one of several shops, boutiques, hair salons, movie theater, and restaurants.

The outdoor shopping and lifestyle center underwent a name change in the beginning of the year to officially change its name to Downtown Palm Beach Gardens. In addition to the name change more stores and restaurants will be coming to the Downtown.

Currently the outdoor center is under construction to add the new Lifetime Athletic Center, a resort style fitness center that will feature 3-stories of fitness classes, a rooftop bistro, and a spa.

The Downtown at the Gardens opened in 2005 with Whole Foods and Cobb Theaters as its anchor stores.

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Since 2007 the legends of the game have made a stop in Boca Raton for the PGA TOUR Champions event at the Old Course at Broken Sound Golf Club. This year, the event will return to Broken Sound but not only take place in a month, it will also feature a brand new title sponsor. The TimberTech Championship will be played in front of a national TV audience the week of October 26 to November 1, 2020.

Since its inception, the newly named TimberTech Championship has raised over $2 million for local charities through the Boca Raton Champions Golf Charities (BRCGC), with the Boca Raton Regional Hospital serving as the primary charitable beneficiary.

World Golf Hall of Fame members Ernie Els and Phil Mickelson, as well as 2010 FedExCup Champion Jim Furyk,

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Just a short drive north could mean big time waves for Martin & Palm Beach County surfers! 

A simulated surf park may be on its way to the Treasure Coast as part of a $595 million development plan in Fort Pierce. The “Willow Lakes” proposal would bring an estimated 800 residential homes, 600 hotel rooms and 400,000 square feet of retail space along with thousands of potential jobs. 

The first phase would feature the WaveGarden and food and beverage facilities. It may also include a 150-room hotel. The surfing center itself, "Surfworks Resorts" is expected to create 139 jobs and $15.6 million economic impact annually, according to a study by the Economic Development Council of St. Lucie County. 

The facility features a massive swimming pool-like

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Jupiter is ranked as one of the country’s most pleasant and livable coastal cities. Jupiter was incorporated in 1925 as a city in Northern Palm Beach County and is part of the northern Miami metropolitan area.

Jupiter lies between Lake Okeechobee to the west and the tropical Bahamas to the east and is full of beautiful beaches, great schools, award winning restaurants, cultural and natural attractions and much more.

There are plenty of activities to do in Jupiter, here is a list of just some of the fun things to do or explore in Jupiter.

Jupiter Lighthouse and Museum and Park

Jonathan Dickinson State Park

Dupuis Nature Center

Carlin Park

Dubois Park

Gumbo Limbo Nature Center

Jupiter Dog Beach

Riverbend Park

Busch Wildlife

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ChaseN’Tailz is a tax exempt nonprofit in Jupiter, Florida dedicated to changing the lives of needy families with children battling life threatening illnesses. Directed by Summer Warren, they change lives by relieving financial stress to provide families more time to create forever memories with their children and connect them with other families and resources. 

This weekend, boats will be out fishing for the 7th Annual ChaseN’Tailz Fishing Tournament to fundraise for the worthy cause. Fishing teams will compete out of Jupiter Inlet to find the largest kingfish, dolphin, wahoo, bonita, or snapper.

The fishing day is this Saturday, September 26th 2020, but to contribute or register your boat, the Captain’s Meeting/ Kick-Off Party will be tonight,

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Located within five miles north of Jupiter in Martin County is the Jonathan Dickinson State Park. The Florida State Park sits between Tequesta and Hobe Sound. The state park is named after a Quaker merchant named Jonathan Dickinson who wreaked his boat off the coast in 1696.

During the second World War, the area served as an Army base and home to Camp Murphy. The barracks are still visible throughout the park today. Following the war, the land was transferred back to the state in 1947 to be used as a state park.  The Jonathan Dickinson State Park officially opened to the public in 1950.

Today, the park is home to a variety of natural habitats, river swamps, wildlife, hiking and biking trails, mangroves, guided tours of Trapper Nelson’s 1930s pioneer

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Besides the numerous outdoor activities and fun things to do in Northern Palm Beach County, the area is also home to great local and delicious cafes and restaurants that serve breakfast, lunch, mid-day snack, and dinner. If you’re on the lookout for a new place to try for lunch today or this weekend, here are some of the best spots to grab lunch in Northern Palm Beach County.

Berry Fresh Cafe

Lighthouse Diner

The Royal Café

First Watch

Center Street Nook

Another Broken Egg Café

Lazy Loggerhead Café

Guanabanas

Little Moirs Leftovers

Hurricane Cafe

Jim’s Place

Juno Beach Café

Jupiter Rinaldis

Suzy Q’s Hometown Diner

Old Dixie Café

The Food Shack

Dune Dog Café

3 Natives

Nature’s Way Café

The Burger

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Lionfish in Delray Beach is now open as the new Atlantic Avenue hotspot for sustainable seafood and local organic fare. Lionfish provides fresh-catch cuisine, grass-fed meats and local, seasonal ingredients in a chic yet approachable, casual setting.

While serving more than just mouth-watering food, Lionfish is also doing its part to help save the ocean’s ecosystem by serving its namesake Lionfish, a species that is ravaging the ocean, particularly the Caribbean, by devouring fellow sea life and damaging coral reefs. The rare, delicious white flaky fish will be served in a multitude of ways, including whole fried and as the centerpiece of a citrus-infused ceviche. Every Lionfish removed from the ocean helps preserve future generations of other fish.

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