December 2019

There are 112 blog entries for December 2019.


The Palm Beach Holiday Boat Parade is back again for the 25th year and is traveling up the intracoastal waterways from North Palm Beach to the Jupiter Lighthouse, this Saturday, December 7th. Gather the family and friends and line the intracoastal waterways and get to see boats decorated with holiday lights, decorations, and holiday cheer.

This is the largest public holiday event in Palm Beach County. Tens of thousands of people line the water to view the parade from their waterfront homes, restaurants, numerous parks and public viewing areas.

The Holiday Boat Parade is led up the intracoastal by fireworks from the North Palm Beach Marina to the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. For the past 20 years, The Palm Beach Holiday Boat Parade is also a water-based Toy

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Thanksgiving is over and now, for at least a few weeks, it’s back to business as usual. The only difference between this Monday and last Monday? Several pounds, mostly around the waist. If you live in the Palm Beaches and are looking to shed some of that Thanksgiving weight, here are a few fun ways you can exercise and make room for Christmas!

Lake Trail Biking

Lake Trail is a paved biking trail in Palm Beach that is over 9 miles long, it’s also one of the most scenic places to exercise in all of South Florida. Totally traffic-free, Lake Trail hugs the shore of Lake Worth, with views of statuesque royal palms lining the waterway as sailboats and yachts glide by.

Jogging in Jupiter

With miles of beaches and a variety of natural parks,

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