August 2019

There are 68 blog entries for August 2019.

Every Monday during the month of September, the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum hosts their weekly Twilight Yoga At The Light event.

The popular event is open for all level of yoga and the class is taught by Yoga instructor Mary Veal. The class begins at sunset and you get to experience the serenity and relaxation of yoga on the Lighthouse deck.

If you plan on attending, you’ll need to bring your Yoga mat, a water bottle, and a flashlight. The class will meet 10 minutes prior to the starting time of the class. The classes are weather dependent and last approximately an hour, check their website for more updates.

Twilight Yoga At The Light Schedule:
Monday, September 9th: Class begins at 7 pm.
Monday, September 16th: Class begins at 7 pm.
Monday, September

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There are many great seafood restaurants in the Palm Beaches, here are a few of our favorites.

The Breakers

Located within the iconic Breakers Palm Beach, this seafood bar truly deserves its reputation as an unforgettable dining experience. Featuring a beautiful aquarium bar, nautical yacht theme and a to-die-for view of the Atlantic, this is the place for freshly caught and freshly prepared seafood dishes. The Seafood Bar promises a full Palm Beach-style dining experience, and it certainly delivers.

Where: 1 S. County Rd., Palm Beach, FL 33480

Cod and Capers Seafood

A popular and well-respected market for fresh and frozen seafood, Cod and Capers Seafood added a café a few years back. They describe their fare as “simple, yet delicious”

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South Florida has some of the best plant-life you will find anywhere under the sun. Here are some of the most beautiful gardens you can visit in the Palm Beaches.

Pan’s Garden

Pan’s Garden is a beautiful botanical garden devoted to preserving Florida’s native plants. The garden takes its name from the bronze statue of Pan of Rohallion that graces the garden’s entrance pool. Highlighted by graceful gumbo limbo trees, endangered Florida rosemary and butterfly orchids in addition to a broad spectrum of other regional flora, Pan’s Garden allows visitors to escape Palm Beach’s business district for a relaxing break. Admission is free.

The Society of The Four Arts Botanical Garden

Created in 1938 by the Garden Club of Palm Beach, the Botanical

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This month, the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is hosting their popular Hike Through History event this Saturday, September 7th.

Come and join the staff and hike through the 120 plus acres of the Lighthouse Natural Conservation Area to learn about the history of the historic site, the nature and the Lighthouse. The hike is roughly about 2 miles. The historic site is just one of three naturals sites in the United States and the site is protected by the Bureau of Land Management’s Natural Conservation Land Programs.

The hike is occurring this Saturday, September 7th at 8:30 am. The hike meets at the Lighthouse Flagpole and approximately last about 2 hours. The hike is open to those 5 years old and older, those under the age of 13 must be accompanied by

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Ready for a last-minute staycation or romantic getaway? Try a destination that will make your heart flutter and skip a beat. From secluded beaches to lush secret gardens, Palm Beach County beholds captivating escapes.

Looking to experience all the glitz and glam that South Florida’s Gold Coast has to offer, there’s no better place than Worth Avenue. Worth Avenue is Palm Beach’s mile of sophisticated style and shopping. Worth Avenue is one of the most beautiful shopping venues in the country.  

Kick off your lavish getaway with a commencement photo under the iconic clock tower where Worth Avenue meets with the Atlantic Ocean. Bring your own beach chairs and soak up this magical moment on Florida’s southeast coast.

Shop an impressive collection

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Every month, the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum hosts their popular Jupiter Climb and Paddle event a few times a month. This September, the first Climb and Paddle is this Tuesday, September 3rd.

The adventure starts are the Lighthouse with a climb to the top to see the views of Jupiter and the surrounding areas. To climb to the top of the Lighthouse Tower, you must be able to climb up 105 steps to the top.

Following the climb to the top, the Jupiter Outdoor Center guides will take you either by paddle boards or kayaks on a journey around the intracoastal waterways and the Jupiter Inlet. Along your journey, manatees, sea turtles, birds and other wildlife have been spotted during the Climb and Paddle events.

Your tour will start will at the Jupiter

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This Sunday starting at 2pm is the Palm Beach Curry Festival at the Jupiter Civic Center.

This is a great family-friendly event that will feature Indian music and food that you can enjoy while walking the beautiful beaches of Carlin Park.

Click here for more information.

When: Sun, Sep 1, 2 – 10 PM

Where: Jupiter Civic Center, 351 Old A1A, Jupiter, FL 33477

Indian Food

Indian cuisine is or, at least, should be a balance of six different flavors: sweet (madhura), salty (lavana), sour (amala), pungent (katu), bitter (tikta), and astringent (kasya). Although, you’ll probably only be able to notice two of these flavors in your meal.

The Land of Spices

No country on earth produces more varieties of spice than India, earning it the

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During the entire month of September, numerous restaurants from Boca Raton to Jupiter and Tequesta join together to participate in Flavor Palm Beach. The popular foodie event is back for the 12th year and will feature more than 55 restaurants that will offer special dining specials and menus for lunch and dinner.

The dining event started in 2007 to introduce different restaurants in Palm Beach County. Those who participate in the event will have the opportunity to enjoy a large selection of specialty priced meals and menus from some of the most popular restaurants in the area.

More than 55 restaurants participate in the event and offer prix fixe menus for lunch and dinner. The menu consists of a three-course meal for lunch and dinner. Lunch prices start

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The Palm Beaches have over 100 miles of waterways, and when you combine that with low-tide, what you get are sandbars. Sandbars are an oasis that attracts boaters from all around to form a fleeting community that drop anchor and dip their toes in the sand for a few hours of fun. Here are a few of the most popular sandbars in Palm Beach County.

Peanut Island

Now a scenic wooded island in the middle of the Lake Worth Lagoon, Peanut Island started life as a pile of sand from early 20th Century dredging projects. After 80 years, the Island has bloomed into a popular and beautiful picnic destination. North of the island, boaters will find one of the top sandbars in the area, with ample room for boats and people who want snorkel or walk around and

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Next Saturday is the 6th Annual Chase N Tailz Fishing Tournament taking place at Harbourside Place in Jupiter.

The Fishing Tournament is for all ages and benefits a local children’s charity that funds families with very sick children.

The tournament starts at 6:30 am on Saturday, September 7th and those who wish to participate can go out of any inlet they choose, and launch form any boat ramp. Those who start before the 6:30 am start time will be disqualified from the tournament.

Weigh in starts at 2pm and goes until 4 pm. All boats that are participating must be checked in with the tournament check in boat at the Jupiter Inlet no later than 4 pm. The weigh in stage is located at Harbourside Place and the fish must be bought in by boat and must have a

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