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Paddle boarding is becoming an extremely popular water sport activity that provides a great exercise and builds strength and balance.

Paddle boards can be used for many different recreational purposes in addition to getting in a good workout. A paddle board is a long narrow board that glides across the water, similar to a surfboard in design. While standing, sitting or kneeling in the middle of the board, a person uses oars to skim across the water. A paddle board can also be used by laying on the board and using your arms as a paddle.

Paddle boards can be used for many different recreational purposes in addition to getting in a good workout. There are also many health benefits of using a paddle board. Some of the health benefits include improving

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This Friday night, the Loggerhead Marinelife Center is hosting their reoccurring popular Sea Turtle Sleepover event.

The Sleepover over is an exclusive overnight event that includes the ultimate slumber party, a tour of the outdoor sea turtle hospital, snacks, movie time, pizza, and activities for aspiring scientists. The Sea Turtle Sleepover is aimed for children ages 8 through 12 years old.

The event begins at 7 pm on Friday, September 20th and the cost is $65 dollars per child. The cost also includes pizza and snacks. The sleepover is a drop off event, but parents and chaperones are welcomed to stay over and participate in all the events throughout the night.

You are allowed to bring your own snacks and drinks for the evening, but you are asked to

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Calling all fried chicken fans, The Regional Kitchen in West Palm Beach has won the award for the “Best Fried Chicken In Every State” for Florida.

Last month, a national online survey was conducted, and the winner was a restaurant in Belle Glade but most recently the Food Network conducted a study and The Regional Kitchen in West Palm Beach has won the award for the best fried chicken in the state of Florida.

The restaurant’s executive Chef Lindsay Autry adds her own spin to the classic southern fried chicken. The secret is sweet tea. Before the chicken gets fried, she brines the boneless chicken in sweet tea. By doing this the chicken is crispy on the outside and juicy and tender on the inside.

The Regional Kitchen was also listed on NBC’S Today Show

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This Saturday, September 21st is International Coastal Clean Up day around the world. International Coastal Clean Up Day is the world’s largest event where volunteers come together to help clean up our beaches and help to protect marine life. The event happens every year and volunteers from over 100 countries head to their local beaches and coastline to show their support for a cleaner ocean.

Here are some Clean Up events going on this Saturday in Palm Beach County. If you wish to volunteer, you can pre-register by contacting the coordinator listed for each clean up location. You can also call Keep Palm Beach County Beautiful at 561-686-6646 or email them at info@keepPBCbeautiful.org for more on how to register.

Jupiter:
Where: Carlin Park (400 S. A1A)

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Yoga is a great activity for your body. It helps with strength, flexibility and mind-awareness. If done daily, Yoga can help tone your body and muscles, increase energy, breathe better, improve posture, reduce stress and much more.

In Palm Beach County, there are plenty of Yoga studios and events for you to try. All levels of Yoga are welcomed to attend any of the activities listed below.

Twilight Yoga at the Light: Occurs every Monday at the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum. The class takes place on the lighthouse deck while the sun is setting over the water and the Jupiter Inlet. The class is $10 dollars and all levels of yoga are welcomed to attend. To find the next class, click here to view their calendar.

Paddleboard Yoga: Come and experience the

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Every weekend in Palm Beach County there are a few Green Markets to purchase baked goods, local crafts, fresh flowers, fresh produce, homemade items and much more. The markets are brought together by the local cities and towns to help support our local growers and farmers. The Green Markets occur rain or shine.

Here are some Green Markets going on this Sunday, September 15th in our area.

Jupiter

Jupiter Waterfront Market at Harbourside Place: Come and stroll along Dockside Circle and the intracoastal this Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm. The market is free to attend, and pets are welcomed to come and shop for some local goods and fresh produce.

Palm Beach Gardens

The Gardens Green Market at STORE:  The Green Market has moved both indoors and outdoors for the

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The Downtown at the Gardens and the Palm Beach Food Bank have gotten together for the second year in a row for the Magical Night To Fight Hunger Event. The event is taking place on Thursday, September 26th at 6 pm at the Downtown at the Gardens.

Come and enjoy a three-course meal under the stars with live music and entertainment. The night benefits the Palm Beach County Food Bank. Tickets are $75 dollars per person and you can RSVP by this upcoming Saturday, September 14th. No walk-in’s will be allowed due to the popularity of the event.

When: Thursday, September 26th at 6 pm
Where: Downtown at the Gardens (11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave, Palm Beach Gardens)

For more information about the event, click here.

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The Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach is a sea turtle rehabilitation, research and education center. The center is a non-profit that promotes the conservation of the ocean’s ecosystems and focuses on endangered and threatened sea turtles.

The center offers onsite rehabilitation center for injured and endangered sea turtles, aquariums, research laboratories. The Center continues to monitor the turtles progress for their recovery before releasing the sea turtle back into the ocean.

Every day the center hosts numerous events and this weekend there is plenty of events for everyone to enjoy.

Friday, September 13th: Public Guided Tours at 2 pm

Public Guided Tours: The tours are offered seven days a week and includes a tour throughout the facility and

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In South Florida, fishing is a popular event that happens weekly for most. Whether you like to fish off the Juno Beach Pier or the shores of the Jupiter Inlet, fishing is always a fun activity for the whole family.

Fishing Charters are a great way to get out there and enjoy the water. Charters offer both inshore and offshore fishing and can be rented for private events as well as everyday charters.

The charters are offered by local boat owners or charter companies that help you find the perfect spot for some of the best fishing in the area. You do not need to be an expert fisherman to participate but charters are very popular among avid fishermen and anglers.

Fishing charters go out several miles offshore for some of the best fishing and catches. The

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Every Friday night, the Downtown at the Gardens hosts their popular weekly Friday Night Concerts. The concerts are free and feature a lineup of regional and local bands playing everything from pop, rock, jazz, country, blues, and more.

The concerts take place in the Centre Court of the outdoor lifestyle and shopping center. The concerts start at 6 pm and go until 9 pm. Seating is provided for those who attend. The next outdoor concert is this Friday, September 13th at 6 pm.

Friday Night Concerts Schedule:

Friday, September 13th: Casey Raines
Friday, September 20th: 33 Years
Friday, September 27th: Sippin Fire

The Downtown at the Gardens is an upscale lifestyle center in Palm Beach Gardens. The outdoor center features a mix of shops, boutiques, cafes, movie

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