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It is Women's History Month 2021 in the United States and will be honored in Palm Beach County. The month-long celebration is a chance to acknowledge women’s contributions to history, culture, and society.   The City of West Palm Beach will observe Women’s History Month in March. The month celebrates the contributions that women have made to our history in their struggles for social, economic, and political equality and deepens our understanding of our nation’s and our city’s history. 

Congress declared March 1987 as the first official Women's History Month.  It has been observed annually in the month of March in the United States since 1987.  This year, 2021, the theme for Women's History Month is all about capturing the spirit of the challenging

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The Society of the Four Arts,  2 Four Arts Plaza, Palm Beach is presenting Dale Chihuly, an American artist. Chihuly is noted for revolutionizing the studio glass movement and elevating perceptions of the glass medium.  Four Arts brings installations of Fiori which is Italian for “flowers” to The Society of the Four Arts gardens.

Within the green escape of the Four Arts Campus is the Philip Hulitar Sculpture Garden and Four Arts Botanical Gardens. The gardens have provided a world-class garden experience to visitors of the Palm Beaches since 1938.  Here, one can explore the beautiful works and wonders of renowned sculpture artists.

The two installations have been placed in the Philip Hulitar Sculpture Garden. The exhibition is comprised of

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The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is known for their calendar list of events. This March visit the iconic red lighthouse along the Jupiter Inlet for a day of fun and history.

Events Happening at the Lighthouse this March:

Lighthouse Sunset Tour: Wednesday, March 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, and 31st  

On Wednesday evenings during the month, the lighthouse hosts their reoccurring and popular Lighthouse Sunset Tour. The tour allows visitors to climb to the top of the Lighthouse and take in the incredible sunset views. During the tour, visitors will get a chance to see the Lighthouse Watchroom and even watch the light turn on for the night. The tours last one hour and reservations are required due to space.

Twilight Yoga at the Light: Monday,

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The annual Festival of the Arts BOCA is back again for another year this March. The extraordinary, multi-day cultural arts event is in its 15th season and the festival promises to be unlike any festival they have ever produced.

The 10-day festival brings some of the world’s finest artists, performers, authors, and thinkers to the event. New this year, the entire festival will be completely virtual, and all the events will be free to stream. Donations are greatly appreciated.

Those who plan to stream the festival virtually will get a change to listen to and see some of the world’s most sought out authors, speakers, performers, film screening, performances and much more.

The Festival of the Arts BOCA Details:

When: Friday, March 5th through

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Le Bilboquet’s long-awaited opening on Worth Avenue will provide a surprising addition to the quintessential Palm Beach scene.  Palm Beach is already synonymous with old world glamour and new world sophistication. Le Bilboquet assures that “from the Upper East Side aficionados and Hamptons elite, the lovers of Palm Beach will experience the joie de vivre and soon discover their favorite restaurant in the charming Via Encantada.”  The French eatery is located at 245 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach.

The elegant eatery offers a creative menu that includes standout dishes such as the restaurant’s Signature Dish; Chicken Breasts Prepared with our Cajun Spice Mix, with Beurre Blanc Sauce, Tomatoes and Parsley. Served with French Fries and Salad. Le Bilbquet

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Today is the first official day of the month of March and to many, March is a sign of spring and warmer temperatures especially those in the North. Luckily for us living in South Florida, the mild warmer temperature year-round makes it feel like spring and summer every day.

March is the third month of the calendar year and the month was named for the Roman god of war, Mars. In the early Roman calendar, March was the first month of the calendar year. Many years later, March became the third month after January and February were added.

Here are some more Interesting Facts about March:

Sunday, March 14th marks the start of Daylight Savings Time which begins at 2 am. Set your clocks an hour ahead during the Spring and Summer months.

The flower of

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This upcoming weekend, the Loggerhead Marinelife Center is hosting their second annual Hike 2O event. Gather your friends and hiking gear and join in on the weekend of fun.

Hike 2O is a three-day, two-night event in the back country that is being held this Friday through Sunday. Hikers will join trail experts from the Florida Trail Association- Loxahatchee Chapter and the Loggerhead Marinelife Center staff biologists as they are guided through some of South Florida’s most iconic ecosystems.

The three-day hike is not an easy undertaking. Campsites, weather, and trail conditions can make this hiking event even more challenging. Prior hiking experience is recommended but all are welcomed to take on the challenge. New this year, the event will also

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The famous Norton Museum of Art is excited to be open and welcoming guest back. This year, the museum is celebrating its 80th Anniversary and in the beginning of February held a virtual celebration to celebrate the milestone.

The Norton Museum of Art was founded in 1941 by Ralph H. Norton and his wife Elizabeth. Norton was an industrialist in Chicago who was head of the Acme Steel Company. The idea of the museum came about because the two used to collect art and items to decorate their homes.

The couple spent a lot of time in Palm Beach County and when they were semi-retired in 1935, the Norton’s not knowing what to do with their massive art collection decided to create their own museum in West Palm Beach. Construction for the gallery and the School

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The 31st Annual Downtown Stuart Art Festival will be taking place this weekend. Osceola Street in Downtown Stuart will be transformed into a spectacular art festival. Gallery style booths will line the street and be filled with fine art and homemade goods available for purchase.

Stuart is home to more than 70 gift shops, clothing stores, and restaurants in the downtown area that will be open during the art festival for locals and visitors to enjoy the small town.  For the past 34 years, the festival has established itself to be one of the main art fairs in Martin County.

The Stuart Art Festival Details:

When: Saturday, February 27th and Sunday, February 28th

Time:  10 am to 5 pm.

Tickets: Admission is free and visitors who wish to attend

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If you are an art lover, you will rejoice. There is a new art festival coming to town, Affair of the Arts. It will take place in Boynton Beach on the north side of the Boynton Beach Mall, 801 North Congress Avenue.

The Affair of the Arts will take the place April 9 - 11, 2021 and will bring art lovers together for a socially distanced event. Attendees will enjoy the varied art and handcrafted items from many of the same vendors from the former Delray Affair. Shop all your favorite Delray Affair artisans at the Affair of the Arts offering everything from fine art to funky home décor. A beer and wine garden will also be on premises to maintain a festive atmosphere.

To encourage social distancing, the new set-up in Boynton will give guests a

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