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The fun and thrilling South Florida Fair has made its way back to South Florida and it is a total hit! The south Florida Fair, located in Wellington, is one of the biggest events to hit south Florida and it has been long celebrated as a favorite pastime for kids and adults alike. 

Fast roller coasters, terrifying slingshots, kiddie rides and of course a Ferris wheel are just some of the rides you will get to try at this year’s fair. The fair is also known for its animals and fun country style attractions. There are cute petting zoos with llamas, baby cows, sheep, rabbits, goats and chickens. In the tents the fair offers events like barrel racing, equestrian shows and kids competitions for cattle herding and other farm-type competitions. There are even

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3 weeks into the season and polo has been a larger success than years past for the International Polo Club of Palm Beach. The game of polo has long been associated with wealth and status, as a game for the elite, but it is truly an amazing experience for everyone. For Floridians, it is a tradition and epicenter for fun, socializing, champagne, brunch, beautiful weather and beautiful people. 

Surprisingly, polo is actually affordable and not stuffy. You can purchase tickets from $10 and up. The dress is casual but of course with a Palm Beach flare. Guests often wear colorful attire, polo shirts and relax with a day of a thrilling sport, time honored tradition and excitement. At half time, you will get to see the crowds from the stands make their way to

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For something new to try in the Jupiter area, think of the Jupiter River Center! The amazing River Center is an all in one fun place for fun and learning. The River Center offers its guests amazing facilities with live aquatic tanks, interactive exhibits, and a touch tank that represents the ecosystem of the Loxahatchee River, from freshwater cypress swamps to sea grass estuaries to marine bionetworks. 

“The center provides a fun, educational opportunity for school children, adults, visitors, and long-time residents to learn about Florida’s first National Wild and Scenic River.” And their mission “is to foster a sense of environmental stewardship for the Loxahatchee River’s diverse watershed with quality education programs, exhibits and meaningful

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While the Florida weather is crisp and sunny, its time to enjoy your Saturdays outside in the sunshine at the Boca Raton Green Market. For 19 years, the Boca Raton Green Market has been making a splash. The incredible green market is the perfect place to bring family or friends to enjoy a day in the warm Floridian weather with amazing food, unparalleled fresh produce and smiling faces. 

The Boca Raton Green Market happens every Saturday at the southern “Monument Piazza” which is found at the Intersection of South Federal Highway and South East Mizner Boulevard. Opening its doors bright and early at 8am the market and its vendors buzzes on until 1pm every Saturday. With an abundance of locally sourced produce, baked goods, art, jewelry and clothing, the

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Green Cay Wetlands is a stunning nature preserve in Boynton Beach, Florida. The preserve spans 100 acres and is home to beautiful estuaries, waterways, mangrove swamps and hundreds of species of animals, fish, insects and plants. 

Green Cay Wetlands feature miles of boardwalk that soar over the water and the swamps, perfect for viewing the scenery that surrounds. Along with the acres of beautiful nature, the miles of boardwalk there is also the Green Cay Nature Center. The Nature Center features a number of great exhibits for kids and adults alike. Some of the exhibits you can see here include a demonstration of the water cycle, a turtle pond, frog terrariums, a gator hole with hatchling gators and a wetland diorama. 

This Sunday Green Cay Wetlands

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The beloved Abacoa Food Truck Invasion is coming to town this weekend and it is sure to be a hit, just like every other time it rolls to town. The food trucks bring an eclectic mix of delicious street foods, hand crafted cocktails and family fun to one easy location. 

Artisan chefs prepare different dishes from all over the world in their tiny kitchens, within their food trucks. You can find things like authentic tacos from Mexico, Korean specialties; Thai noodles, amazing Italian meatballs and mouthwatering burgers and hand cut fries. Locals and tourists alike have flocked to the food trucks in droves for the tasty delicacies the trucks offer. The Abacoa Food Trucks have been a hit in Jupiter and all of Palm Beach County since the spring of 2013!  

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The Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach hosts a fun and educational fish feeding program for the kids. This is a free program an it  takes place at the Mangrove exhibit, which displays the habitats of Florida’s coastal ecosystems. 

Kids who attend the program will get to learn about the different animals that live in these environments and their feeding habits. They will get to see an up-close and live feeding to see how the fish feed and interact with each other. Kids get to touch and see the different types of foods these fish eat too, from corals, anemones, other fish and plankton. 

The Fish Feeding program at Loggerhead Marinelife Center takes place every Tuesday and Thursday at 3:00pm. The program is free for everyone. 

Loggerhead

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The hilarious, comedic play created by Mel Brooks 16 years ago is now coming to our local town of Jupiter! Yes, “The Producers” is coming to the Maltz Theater and it plans to bring some sassy, adult humor to its audiences. 

Brooks’ Oscar-winning show was adapted to Broadway’s golden stage, which transformed the show into a record breaking musical.  The show combines a great sense of humor with an underlying “political satire” that may not be for all audiences. The show is full of powerful performers, amazing songs and sure to deliver a fun and borderline offensive (in a humorous way!) punch to its spectators. 

The Maltz Theater will host “The Producers” from January 10-29th, 2017. The Maltz Theater is located at 1001 East Indiantown Road, Jupiter,

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There is a burst of new restaurants popping onto the scene in Northern Palm Beach County this year. Stunning dishes selected from artisanal ingredients, amazing atmospheres and delicious cocktails make these restaurants the top choices amongst locals and food critics alike. 

  1. The Regional Kitchen & Public House, West Palm Beach

The Regional Kitchen & public house is one of the hottest new “chef-driven” restaurants in West Palm Beach. What makes The Regional so impressive is its soulful presentation. Chef Autry runs the kitchen and her fine sense of detail; luxurious components and poignant touch on her dishes make this restaurant stand out. Delicious, hand crafted sauces, freshly caught seafood and heirloom vegetables decorate the menu.

The

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Taking place every Sunday in Jupiter is the Green and Artisan Market. An amazing farmers market brimming with homemade goods, artisan products, hand picked, locally grown fruits and vegetables, delicious dishes and incredible flowers. 

The Juptier Green and Artisan Market is known for its unique location and unique assortment of food and products. It takes place under the Indiantown Road Bridge and winds its way near Harbouside Place. Overlooking the water and with live music flowing through the air, the green market is a great destination for a relaxed Sunday afternoon with family or friends. 

“Visit the Jupiter Green Market for a unique line up of vendors displaying a wide assortment of produce, specialty foods, baked goods, women's accessories, home,

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