March 2021

There are 79 blog entries for March 2021.

Join Mulligan’s Beach House on Singer Island, 2551 North Ocean Avenue, Singer Island every Saturday 7:00pm – 11:00pm for the “Low Tide Beach Party!” No admission ticket needed, and the event is FREE!  All ages are welcome to the beachside DJ beach party offering $6.00 daily drinks.

Happy Hour at Mulligan’s Beach House is Monday – Friday 1:00pm – 6:00pm. Happy Hour drink prices throughout the restaurant and specials on food. Saturday & Sunday 1:00pm – 6:00pm offering Happy Hour drinks & food at the bar only. Wings, Firecracker Shrimp, Nachos, Margherita Flatbread, Spinach Dip,

Fish Bites, Buffalo Chicken Bites, Cheese Fries & Pretzel Bites are all $5.99 appetizer specials.

For more information please visit, Muligans Beach House.

Brought to

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The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium is proud to present Sensory Saturdays: Special Exploration Hours at the museum, 4801 Dreher Trail North, West Palm Beach.  On the 1st Saturday of every month, families affected by autism spectrum disorder are invited to discover the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium during a distinctive morning visit from 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. (prior to opening to the public).

Experience our exhibits without heavy crowds when we have softened general lighting and decreased the noise level and visual stimulation on interactive exhibits wherever possible. Our facility is also ADA accessible and wheelchair friendly!

*Note: The mask requirement is eased during this time only since there are a small number of

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The Coastal Center Florida Oceanographic  objective is to involve the community interested in marine life and coastline ecosystems by presenting interactive experiences which are encouraging and informative. Motivating the community to preserve the environment for the future. The Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center located in Martin County, on 57 acres of land between the Indian River Lagoon and the Atlantic Ocean

The employees and volunteers at the Coastal Center are passionate about what they do, they are bringing attention and care to the marine life. The touch tanks are very popular amongst the visitors. This is where sea urchins, horseshoe crabs and stingrays can be seen, touched and even fed. The sea turtle pavilion allows visitors to

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Palm Beach County COVID-19 statistics recap: 

  • Vaccinations began in Florida on December 14, 2020. There are roughly 22.2 million residents.
    • 2,266,723 people have received the first dose in FL.
    • 2,791,216 people have completed the series (i.e. received the 2nd dose of Maderna or Pfizer or single dose of J&J) in FL.
    • PBC has vaccinated 133,219 (first dose only) people; 250,042 have completed the series. 
  • Florida reported an increase in new cases, but PBC was down:
    • 32,088 new cases in FL up from 31,692 the prior week; up 1.24%
    • 2,265 new cases in PBC down from 2,577 the prior week; down 12% 
  • PBC 7-day moving average of new cases declined to 317 from 362 last week. 
  • PBC 7-day test positivity rate declined to 5.6%
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There’s nothing like a “Sunday Funday” on the water (or Saturday Funday for that matter). When you factor in the warm Florida sunshine, the blue water, and the convenient variety of waterfront restaurants, the intracoastal waterway (ICW) from Palm Beach Inlet to Jupiter always provides for the ultimate cruise. We’ve given you a line-up of ten restaurants not only accessible from the water and in order from Palm Beach Inlet to Jupiter Sound, but worth adding to your bucket-list!

Stop #1: Sailfish Marina, Singer Island

Voted the “Best Sunday Brunch” on Trip Advisor, it’s only appropriate to kick off your Sunday shenanigans at Sailfish Marina on Singer Island. Overlooking Peanut Island, this well-known resort and fishing destination opens at 7am with a

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In the midst of the upscale tropical island setting of Sailfish Marina, you will find the premiere arts and crafts show of the Palm Beaches. On any Thursday evening from 6-9pm, you may find wood sculpture, pottery, watercolors, blown glass, gold and silver jewelry and much, much more from more than 35 different artists.

Musicians play island tunes on guitar and steel drum, and patrons can buy their famous “grouper dogs” (fried grouper in a hotdog bun) or conch fritters right on the dock. If you would prefer something more formal, the Sailfish Marina Restaurant has indoor and outdoor dining with a beautiful view of the sunset over the water.

Valet parking is available at the marina.

Sailfish Marina Resort is located at 98 Lake Drive on Singer Island,

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Are you looking to experience a little bit of the Big Apple in the heart of Boca Raton? The Wick Theatre and Costume Museum, 7901 North Federal Highway in Boca would be a great way to do so. Marilynn Wick, Founder & Chief Executive Officer of Costume World, Inc. She has devoted her life to amassing the nation’s largest collection of original Broadway costumes and wardrobes. There were soon four facilities scattered around the United States.

In April of 2013, Mrs. Wick acquired the former Caldwell Theatre Company space in north Boca Raton, resurrecting the vacant property into the Wick Theatre and Costume Museum which opened for business in September with its inaugural production of The Sound of Music. Costume World leads the way as the largest

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Paddle board or kayak along cypress knees on the Loxahatchee River for a throw back in time to the early settlers’ days in Jupiter and Tequesta.  Take in the remarkable river scenery and the ecosystems that the Loxahatchee River supports including cypress knees. 

What is a cypress knee you ask? A cypress knee is a unique characteristic of a cypress tree forming above the roots. Their purpose is mysterious, and they are generally seen on trees growing in swamps. Some current theories say that they might help to “aerate the tree's roots, create a barrier to catch sediment and reduce erosion, assist in anchoring the tree in the soft and muddy soil, or any combination thereof”. 

The Loxahatchee River is one of the best ways to see Old Florida up

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Community foundations typically accept charitable donations and grant funds to a wide variety of causes, such as community services, the arts, education, the environment, health, and disaster relief within a specific geographic region. Here in Jupiter the Waterfront Way Foundation gifted Jupiter High School students a glistening new school bus as a holiday gift following a match-by-match donation. A total of $107,000 was raised for the new motor vehicle.  

The former bus was lacking air conditioning as well as wheelchair access. Without these enhancements it made transporting the students in the Exceptional Student Education Program far more challenging. The new bus will be instrumental in bringing these exceptional students to area businesses for

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Harbourside Place is the premier destination for shopping, dining, entertainment, luxury hotel accommodations, and much more. This weekend, Jupiter’s Harbourside Place has a list of events for everyone to enjoy.

Events Happening at Harbourside Place This Week.

Classic Car Show: Saturday, March 27th

Come and check out some of the world’s most unique and antique cars at the Car Show this Saturday. The event begins at 2 pm and occurs on the last Saturday of every month. The show is currently accepting cars to be entered into the show, pre-registration is required. The car show is hosted by South East Classics.

Waterfront Market: Sunday, March 28th

Every Sunday, stroll along the waterfront while shopping local artisan and homemade goods. The

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