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Shark Wake Park 561 is located at Okeeheelee Park in West Palm Beach. Shark Wake Park located at 1440 Eshleman Trail and is more than fun on the water.  Safe waters, no sharks! The waterpark is some of the best family-friendly cable water sports parks and aqua parks in the world.  In 2019, the waterpark unveiled its location in West Palm Beach.  Shark Wake Park 561 is one of the largest floating playgrounds on the East Coast. Anything you can do behind a boat; you can do at the cable park.

Jump, dive and splash into your next family-friendly adventure on our Obstacle Island. If you ever wanted to wakeboard, learn here. The huge floating playground is full of monkey bars, climbing towers, slides and more! There is no better place for kids to play, or

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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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Rock'n Riverwalk in downtown Stuart is a signature concert series presented every Sunday by Stuart Main Street and the Historic Stuart Downtown Business Association.  These two non-profit organizations can host the event at no charge to the public thanks to generous sponsors, attendee donations in addition to live music events that benefit Rock'n Riverwalk.

In 2000, Rock'n Riverwalk began as the Lunchbox Concert Series each Friday afternoon from October through June. Over time, the event's popularity grew, and the downtown traffic grew. The event was renamed Riverwalk Jazz Series and moved to Sundays. As popularity increased, they expanded from jazz to all genres of music and once again the event was renamed Rock’n Riverwalk.

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The "Sailfish Capital of the World" has lived up to its name again this year!  Stuart was named to the 2021 "Best Winter Fishing Destinations" nationwide, according to the blog FishingBooker. It was the only Florida city to make the list. FishingBooker is an online marketplace for booking yacht charters for recreational fishing.

The website hyped Stuart's sailfish season, saying people from all over the country should flock to the city during the winter season to test their fishing skills.  The reason Stuart is unique to other places on this coast is that the Gulf Stream comes very close to shore here and can be reached within 10 miles. For anglers, that means that you have a chance of reeling in a Sailfish on a four- or five-hour fishing trip! In

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The best part of waking up is that sacred coffee in a cup!. There are many firm believers that caffeine comes first! Before tackling morning meetings, kids, spouses, grocery shopping, or errands, a cup of coffee - specifically, a large, strong, good cup of coffee - is always in order. For our search through the sea of delicious coffees available for purchase, as all true connoisseurs know, there’s a big difference between coffee that’s just okay and coffee that’s great. 

I quit coffee once but it wasn't easy drinking my Bailey's straight (just kidding).  Here are a few places to get great coffee in the Jupiter and Tequesta area. 

Oceana Coffee Cafe

Established in 2009 by Amy and Scott Angelo, Oceana Coffee Cafe  company is one of the original

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Palm Beach County is Florida’s biggest farming county!  In fact, it is not the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Palm Beach County. The southeast coast of Florida conjures up ideas of beaches, great shopping, innovative restaurants, laid back luxury, gorgeous homes, miles of navigable waterways and the Atlantic Ocean. But farming?

As it turns out the United States Department of Agriculture conducts a poll every five years. The information is from 2017 Census of Agriculture, the most recent data available, and includes agricultural sales from each county and what percentage those sales are of the total agricultural market in the state.

To determine the biggest farming county in every state, Stacker compiled data from the United

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Nights on Clematis will soon be a bit brighter thanks to new programming at the newly renovated Centennial Fountain at the Nancy M. Graham Centennial Square,150 North Clematis Street. The West Palm Beach “Clematis by Light” display started with a “Love Our CommUNITY” show. The show will run Thursdays through Sundays plus President's Day until March 11, 2021.

The 6-minute show runs three times an hour from 6:00pm to 10:00pm. According to city officials the event will consist of a "waterworks spectacle", set to synchronized light and music shows. Interactive, multi-colored lights will also be included on nearby palm trees.  This state-of-the-art system can coordinate dynamic dancing water shows set to music and 109 LED lights, producing up to 16.7

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The Palm Beach County Food Bank will host the Eighth Annual Palm Beach Empty Bowls at The Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea on Palm Beach. Friday, February 26, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., with the slogan “Eat Simply So Others Can Simply Eat,”  event returns with a mission to raise funds for the Palm Beach County Food Bank, hunger relief, and help those who are struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic.

This event will raise money for hunger relief in Palm Beach County. 100% of the proceeds go directly to the Palm Beach County Food Bank. Each person who places an order will receive a pint of soup in a, microwavable “to-go” cup from a leading local restaurant, as well as bread from Old School Bakery, a bottle of water, recyclable plasticware, and a “goody bag”

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Experience an hour of mindful mental silence and seek inner calmness.  The Zoom guided meditation is presented tonight, February 22, 2021 at 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM. The leader is from the Palm Beach/Martin County Meditation Group and is an experienced practitioner of Sahaja Meditation. 

Sahaja meditation is a simple, time-honored technique which reduces stress and increase wellness. It brings better focus and helps people become more centered and better balanced.  It is very easy to learn and practice, and yet extremely effective in reducing stress and bringing a sense of relaxation, peace, and balance into one's life. The group came together to learn simple and effective meditation practices. 

Anyone who would like to meditate together in

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The Cultural Council of the Palm Beaches was established to aid in satisfying the necessity for art and cultural experiences in Palm Beach County. The Council offers a statement of cultural equality.  It states, “We believe that everyone has cultural traditions that are inherently valuable. We seek to honor and value creative expression of all people through the work of the Cultural Council for Palm Beach County. Creating an art-filled community means seeing, celebrating, and serving all. Cultural equity is essential to a sustainable arts and cultural sector and a vibrant and thriving community.”

Standing firm behind that statement, the Cultural Council of the Palm Beaches has a building along South “L” Street, Lake Worth where you will find the

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