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Beautifully nestled in the heart of the Palm Beaches, Singer Island provides a unique sanctuary of unparalleled privacy and luxury. Between the soft sand beaches and the incomparable sunrises, just a few days on Singer Island will convert you into a permanent resident in a hurry. Here are a few reasons why Singer Island should be your new dream location for your new dream home! 

LOCATION

Located just North of Palm Beach Island, and just south of Jupiter Island and Juno Beach, Singer Island is just minutes from downtown West Palm Beach and the Palm Beach International Airport. While Singer Island residents are less than fifteen minutes away from the best shopping, dining, and entertainment in the area, Singer Island itself retains a comfortably

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The Loggerhead Marinelife Center is asking for your help and to join in for a weekly beach cleanup. The Self-Guided Beach Cleanup is a new program that has been added to their calendar every Saturday morning.

During the month of August stop by the Marine Debris Sorting Station on the back deck of the Loggerhead Marinelife Center to pick up your Beach Cleanup supplies. Once all the supplies have been picked up, head down to the beach and help keep our beaches clean. After the self-guided cleanup, bring your full bag of trash back to the sorting station and receive a free t-shirt for helping.

The Self-Guided Beach Cleanup is every Saturday morning during the month of August from 10 am to 1:30 pm. All are welcomed to attend and help clean up our

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Tequesta, a small quite village located in northern Palm Beach County surrounded by the blue waters of the intracoastal waterway and the Loxahatchee River. Tequesta is located just north of Jupiter along US Highway One and to the west of the Jupiter Inlet Colony.

The village was named Tequesta after the Tequesta Indians and in the 1950’s was formed as part of one mans dream. Over the years Tequesta has become a wonderful waterfront and golf course community that over 7,000 people call home.

Tequesta is home to Constitution Park which hosts numerous events such as the Food Truck Pow Wow that occurs several times a year. The park has playgrounds, walking trails, basketball courts, fitness stations, picnic pavilions and a rock-climbing area to name a

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Living in South Florida has its many benefits and for some, boating is a popular activity that happens every day. Since 2010, the state of Florida requires that any person who wishes to operate a vessel with more than ten horsepower or more and is born after January 1st, 1988 must complete and pass a boater safety course.

The state does not have a “Boating License” but a Boater Safety Identification Card stating that the course is completed and a successful score on the end of the class exam. Florida’s Boater Identification card is valid for life and no renewal fee’s or course renewal is required. The state and course instructors ask that you review your notes and keep up with the latest boating rules and regulations.

Boating Safety Education

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What is it that makes the Palm Beaches a diver’s paradise? Palm Beach County's coastal waters consist of natural coral formations which are part of the Florida Reef Tract. The “FRT” is the third largest reef tract in the world as well as the continental United States' only living barrier coral reef.

“Palm Beach County reefs have the widest diversity and abundance of marine life with the clearest water, because this is the closest place in North America to the Gulf Stream current in the Atlantic Ocean,” scuba expert Jim Abernethy recently told ‘Discover the Palm Beaches'.

Five of the seven marine turtle species reside in our area, and the beaches represent North America's most popular nesting ground for both loggerhead and leatherback sea turtles.

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The Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach is busy planning and adding special events to their calendar.  Everyday during the month of August, the sea turtle research and rehabilitation center is hosting their Sunrise Nest Excavation.

The Sunrise Nest Excavation program is a chance for the center to give the public an opportunity to see inside the center’s research department. The Loggerhead Marinelife Center has gotten permission from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to led guest down to the beach every morning to discuss the hatching and nesting process of sea turtles.

The beaches of Juno Beach are monitored by the Loggerhead Marinelife Center during Sea Turtle Nesting season which runs from March to the end of October.

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A recent study by the University of Exeter in the UK found that people who live less than a mile from the coast are 22 percent less likely to have symptoms of a mental health disorder compared to those who lived much farther away.

Is it the calm swaying of the palms or the foo-foo drinks with the umbrellas, or perhaps the clear blue color of the water that helps improve your mood?

Researchers concluded that access to “blue spaces,” or spaces by the sea or water, may play a big role in a person’s mental health. While many studies have shown that getting out into nature, even for just 20 minutes, can improve your mood, this specific finding could make a big difference in helping a person’s well-being, as well as the coastal environments themselves.

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The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is hosting several Lighthouse Sunset Tours this month. The Lighthouse reopened to visitors two months ago and their event calendar features a mix of events and tours.

On Wednesday nights during the month of August, the lighthouse hosts their weekly Lighthouse Sunset Tour. Visitors climb to the top of the Jupiter Lighthouse and witness the speculator Jupiter summer sunset and views of the town.

The tour includes a sneak peak inside the Lighthouse Watchroom to see how everything works and you’ll even get a chance to watch the light turn on to light up the sky. The tours last approximately one hour and tickets are required.

Tickets cost $25 dollars per person and $20 dollars for Lighthouse members. Tickets can

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Hobe Sound, the small unincorporated area located just north of Tequesta and Jupiter in Martin County. The small area has a small-town feel and is centrally located on Florida’s Atlantic coastline. Hobe Sound is home to some of the most beautiful beaches, championship golf courses, nature spots, parks, schools, shops, and restaurants.

Hobe Sound is home to many recreational parks and the Jonathan Dickinson State Park. The State Park features many recreational activities such as camping, hiking, bike riding, walk trails, equestrian trails, boating, wildlife viewing, an observation tower and many more activities. The Loxahatchee River runs through the Jonathan Dickinson State Park. The River was Florida’s first river to earn the title for National Wild

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This summer, South Floridians are deciding to spend their summer vacations in their own county. With more attractions and things to do opening daily in South Florida, what better way to spend your summer vacation in Palm Beach County. The county is home to many top attractions and luxurious beachfront resorts with award-winning spas, great amenities, world class dining and giant pools to name a few. This summer use your vacation time and take a staycation at one of Palm Beach County’s local hotels and visit one of the county’s top attractions.

Besides the convenience of not having to travel far to enjoy the sun and the sand, there is also many benefits to staying local.

Benefits of a Staycation:

1. Save money on things like air travel, pet, or

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