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If you are trying to remain socially distant and are looking for fun things to do this weekend in Palm Beach County, here is a list of things to do while remaining socially distant.

Fair Eats Drive-Thru at the South Florida Fairgrounds:

The Fair Eats is back again for another weekend and is brining all the delicious fair foods back for you to enjoy. The process is simple, you can drive your car into the field, order your food from one of several fair food stands featuring funnel cakes, candy apples, fried Oreos, and much more, grab your food while waiting in your car and drive away.

Fair Eats Drive-Thru hours:

Friday, July 17th: 4 pm to 8 pm

Saturday, July 18th: 11 am to 8 pm

Sunday, July 19th: 11 am to 8 pm

Drive In Movies at the

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Whether you are a local resident or a visitor, Palm Beach County is filled with a ton of activities for you to enjoy or try. Businesses and attractions are reopening across the county with new safety guidelines and measures to help keep you safe.

Here is a ways to enjoy Palm Beach County.

Beaches:

Palm Beach County is home to 47 miles of Atlantic Coastline and home to 26 beaches for you to enjoy and soak up the sunshine and salty air. All non-municipal county beaches are open from sunrise to sunset with no specific restrictions other than remaining social distant and no congregating in groups more than 10 people.

Get Out on the Water:

With miles of intracoastal waterways and the ocean, the county waters are perfect to go for an afternoon

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Head to the beach this Saturday morning and join the team to help clean up the beach for the Jupiter Beach Clean Up.  The Beach Clean Up is being held by the Teach The Beach Foundation, an non-profit organization whose mission is to create awareness and educate the public about ways how they can conserve our local ocean and environment.

The Beach Clean Up is this Saturday, July 18th at Carlin Park at the Jupiter Civic Center. The Clean Up will begin at 9 am to 10:30 am and those who plan on attending are asked to bring a reusable bucket, a mask, and gloves.

If you cannot make this Beach Clean Up there will be plenty more in the future and you can donate to the cause by clicking the link here to visit their website.

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Summertime sun, pool and beach can wreak havoc on the hair of Palm Beach County locals.  As businesses begin to reopen their doors, little by little, getting into our best presentable appearance may be warranted. Summer is one of the harshest seasons on hair. With it comes sunlight, humidity, and chlorine or salt water from swimming. Healthy hair is possible with just a few healthy hair tips.

Sun not only bleaches hair, it can also create dry, damaged hair. One trick is to apply a hydrating oil mask to the hair once a week. The best sun protection for hair is to wear a hat outdoors or apply a UV blocking serum to hair before stepping outside. Use a light hair spray than offers broad spectrum sun protection.

Styling tools, even at low

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 Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum is offering breathtaking sunset tours the month of August 2020. Beginning Wednesday, August 5th, through Wednesday, August 26th, visitors and Lighthouse Museum members may climb to the top and take in the spectacular sunset views. Witness the Jupiter Lighthouse set in motion as it commences its task to illuminate the evening sky.

The Jupiter Lighthouse is an iconic symbol of our charming, seaside town with immense views of Jupiter and Tequesta. It has a long history of service and been standing tall since 1860. The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is part of the 120-acre federally designated, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Outstanding Natural Area. Hiking trail and

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South Florida is well known for its gorgeous beaches, beautiful waterfront homes and relaxed lifestyle. Most people are not aware that there are four national parks here that help define South Florida's diverse beauty, landscape and enrich the culture.  The four parks are Everglades National Park, Biscayne National Park, Dry Tortugas National Parks and Big Cypress National Preserve.

The national parks concept began in the mid-1800s because a small consortium of Americans felt it was important to preserve these wonderful places for all time and for everyone. These were folks that truly felt these natural areas were significant and important wonders worth celebrating and protecting.  The national parks movement started with a California valley so

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Palm Beach County is home to more than 47 miles of the Atlantic shoreline and beaches. From southern Palm Beach County to northern Palm Beach County there are more than 26 public beaches for you to sit out and enjoy the ocean breeze, sand, and sun.

Here is a list of just some of the best beaches in our area.

Boynton Beach Oceanfront Park- Boynton Beach

A boardwalk, canopy-covered walkways, and a large sea turtle sculpture welcome everyone to the beach park. Besides the sand and ocean, the oceanfront park offers lounge chair rentals, a playground, and a concession stand are available.

Coral Cove Park – Tequesta

Coral Cove is known for great snorkeling, seeing sea turtles and great fishing. The park is conveniently located near the

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Good news for Florida theme park goers and Disney fans, Walt Disney World in Orlando is reopening this weekend to guests. The popular theme park shut its doors in March due to Covid-19. Disney Springs, the outdoor shopping, dining, and entertainment area reopened to guest last month.

This Saturday, July 11th, Disney’s Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom will reopen to guests at a limited capacity and social distancing guidelines to help protect guests and their Cast members. Disney’s Epcot and Hollywood Studios will reopen to guests on Wednesday, July 15th.  Earlier this week, Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom opened to Annual Passholders.

Walt Disney World is a little over a two-hour drive from Palm Beach County. If you plan on visiting soon here are

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Many of the shops and restaurants at the Royal Poinciana Plaza on Palm Beach Island are open and are ready for you. For the past several weeks, The Royal has been connecting to their customers virtually but now many shops and restaurants are open with modified hours.

The renovated Royal Poinciana Plaza is located is the heart of Palm Beach Island on the corner of Royal Poinciana Way and Cocoanut Row. The outdoor shopping and lifestyle center features over 180,000 square feet with lush gardens and courtyards.

New safety measures and protocols are in place to help keep everyone safe at The Royal. Social distancing is being enforced throughout with new signage and adjustments to restaurants and shops, all retails and restaurant employees wear face

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This summer, the Loggerhead Marinelife Center is bringing back their popular nighttime Turtle Walks. Tuesday through Saturday nights during the month of July, visitors will get an up-close opportunity to see sea turtle nests and observe sea turtles.

The nighttime Turtle Walks begin with an informative presentation of sea turtles and their nesting habits during the after-hours program. Those who attend will also get a chance to visit the current sea turtles housed at the sea turtle hospital and research and rehabilitation center. Once the informative session and tour is over, members of the Loggerhead Marinelife Center staff guide guests down to the beach to observe the sea turtle nests.

Turtle Walks are $22 dollars per person and $20 dollars per

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