December 2019

There are 108 blog entries for December 2019.


The holidays are filled with joy and family, along with that comes some added stress.  Lighten your holiday load with reservations to a grand holiday buffet on December 25, 2019. The P.G.A National Resort and Spa, located at 400 Avenue of the Champions, Palm Beach Gardens is preparing a merry Christmas feast of exceptional entrees, abundant seafood stations, carving stations, sumptuous sides, soups, salads and decadent dessert selections.  


Wednesday, December 25, 2019 

Dining hours 1:00 pm- 8:30pm 

$89.00 Per Adult 

$32.00 Per Child Age 6-12

Tax and Gratuity Additional 

Reservations required. Feel free to acquire a reservation by visiting or by calling 561-627-4852.  Groups in excess of 10 people

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For those in search of holiday fun, there are plenty of festive things to do in the Palm Beaches. Here are a few local events that you and your family are sure to enjoy:

Santa's Enchanted Forest

Located in the heart of Miami, Santa's Enchanted Forest is one of the most popular recuring holiday events in the state. Every year, Tropical Park is turned into a Winter Wonderland where the bright lights of the holiday season meet a carnival-like atmosphere for the ultimate holiday theme park. Santa's Enchanted Forest offers more than 100 attractions, rides, games, shows and all your favorite fair food. Santa's Enchanted Forest is currently open and runs through January 5th.

Sandi Land

For those that want to enjoy the feel and look of the holiday

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The Honda Classic has been named the “Most Fan First Event” on the PGA Tour at the Annual Best Awards event this year. The Fan Friendly award was presented to The Honda Classic Golf Tournament that is held in Palm Beach Gardens every year.

The Honda Classic tournament made its move to Palm Beach Gardens PGA National Resort and Spa in 2007 and this is the second time the tournament was recognized by the PGA Tour for its excellence in fan engagement. The tournament was recognized in 2018 for the Best Onsite Staging among the PGA Tour events.

“The Most Fan First” award recognizes the PGA Tour’s event that stands out for parking, transportation, food options, amenity stations, social media engagement, and affordable ticket options. This year, The Honda Classic

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The Jupiter area is famous for its beaches. Here are a few of our favorites.

Carlin Park

Carlin Park is probably Jupiter’s most popular park. It includes picknick tables, a large exercise course, the Lazy Loggerhead Café, an amphitheater, tennis courts, volleyball courts, a baseball diamond and, of course, lots and lots of sand and water.

Location: 400 Florida A1A, Jupiter, FL 33477

Coral Cove Park

Coral Cove Park is a Tequesta beach park with unique rock formations for everyone to explore. The park has a lifeguard, restroom, showers, and a playground.

Location: 19450 County Hwy 707, Tequesta, FL 33469

Jupiter Dog Beach

The Jupiter Dog beach is right next to Carlin Park and is a local favorite for those with pets. The area has

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Change up your typical routine and head over to Ghosts of Palm Beach Walking Tours, 172 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach.  Experience something different with an interesting evening of ghost tales and historical reports all while strolling along Worth Avenue. Listen to scary stories and scandalous tales while visiting haunted places.  

Some of the apparitions allegedly spotted by the Palm Beach ghost-hunters have been John F. Kennedy, Judy Garland and Michael Jackson.  If you dare participate, hear about the ghosts of Louis Vuitton, Chanel, and Henry Flagler. During 90-minute Ghosts of Palm Beach walking tours, visitors learn about these and other spirits who have been sighted haunting the city. Throughout the one-mile tour the guide shares phantom tales,

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 Come nurture your body and soul with outdoor yoga. Sunset beach yoga is held at Delray Beach’s Atlantic Dunes Beach.  The intention of this gathering is to provide an opportunity to “come, slow down and connect with nature, while nurturing themselves with an invigorating physical practice that also liberates stress and tension from the body... or to simply sit on the sand and share the community energy, while enjoying nature without an agenda.” 

The next outdoor yoga class is Friday, December 20th at 4 pm. The class is taught every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, weather permitting by Wandering Heartist. The practice is led/guided by Jessica Om or other amazing and skilled local instructors.  Length of the practice is an 80-90-minute guided

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Mounts Botanical Garden is hosting its annual ‘12 sparkling evenings’ now through the 23rd and then again on the 26th through the 29th. This is a great event for the whole family where you can explore Mounts as it’s decorated with Christmas lights and other decorations.

Click here for tickets.

When: December 13-15, 19-23, and 26-29, 2019

6-8:30 pm (last entry at 8 pm; no rain dates)

$8 for Mounts members; $12.50 for nonmembers; $5 for children ages 5-12

Your ticket is good for ANY ONE DAY of the 12 days.

Where: Mounts Botanical Garden - 531 North Military Trail, West Palm Beach, FL 33415

Mounts Botanical Garden

Mounts Botanical Garden is Palm Beach County’s oldest and largest botanical garden with more than 2,000 species of

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Celebrate the holidays in style this year with Holiday Tea at the iconic Palm Beach Breaker’s Hotel.

The Holiday Tea will be served in the Henry Morrison Flagler room, named after the resort’s founder and key figure in the development of Palm Beach and Florida’s Atlantic Coast.

The afternoon Holiday Tea will also be serving handcrafted tea sandwiches, warm buttermilk scones, rose petal jam, delicates pastries, as well as a curated selected of teas. The menu will also feature specialty cocktails and other special items.

Holiday Tea at The Breaker’s Hotel is $75 dollars per person and is only on a select number of days during the month of December.

Reservations can be made by calling 877-724-3188.

Holiday Tea will be served on from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm on:

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On Wednesday, December 18th, 2019, Jupiter residents welcomed another reason to be thankful- a brand new neonatal intensive care unit officially opened in Jupiter Medical Center’s additional $34 million tower. Jupiter Medical Center delivers more than 1,500 babies each year, and can now take care of newborns delivered as early as 32 weeks.

World-class, compassionate care, support services before, during and after delivery, and luxurious accommodations are just some of the reasons Jupiter Medical Center has been voted the “Best Place to Have a Baby” by The Palm Beach Post readers.

Jupiter Medical also treats more than 3,000 young children a year and is committed to providing the best care for the youngest members of our community and have constantly

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The Palm Beach Zoo and Conservation Society teams up with Florida Power and Light for the holiday light display at the zoo. The light display is called Zoo Lights and happens every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday Night during the month of December.

The new holiday tradition is for all and includes over one million eco-friendly holiday lights scattered around the Palm Beach Zoo. The holiday lights will be illuminated starting at 6 pm until 10 pm on certain nights during the week. The front entrance will feature unique themed displays of the Florida Wetlands and the Tropics of the Americas.

Zoo Lights also includes festive fun holiday activities, photos with Santa Claus, special animal encounters, Mrs. Claus’s Bake Shop and much more.

Tickets are

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