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Downtown Palm Beach Gardens presents free live music beneath the stars. If you enjoy listening to live music, look no further. Each weekend evening you can enjoy the Friday and Saturday Night Concert Series in Center Court.  Revel In an evening of fresh air and music.  Downtown at the Gardens is located at 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Avenue in Palm Beach Gardens.

Downtown Palm Beach Gardens is a premier retail destination located in the heart of a Floridian lifestyle haven. In addition to an exclusive collection of unique, and local retailers.  Downtown is home to over 50 shops and restaurants, including West Elm, Whole Foods, Cobb 16 Theatres, Yard House, Voodoo Bayou, and many more. 

Bring the children because this is a family-friendly event. 

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Jupiter residents are invited to attend Saturday morning FREE yoga classes in the park. Cinquez Park is located at 2183 West Indiantown Road in the Town of Jupiter.  All levels of yoga practice experience are welcome with beginners and first timers encouraged to join Saturday at 9:00am.  Classes will continue through June 12, 2021.

Jupiter Bloom Wellness is hosting the free yoga class. Led by Natalie Diaz, a licensed Mental Health counselor and a registered yoga teacher. For years, she has been blending breathing and movement techniques with more traditional supportive "talk therapy" to help calm the mind and improve emotional regulation.

Yoga helps a mindfulness-based approach to unite mind, body, and spirit. It helps people focus on the

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The South Beach Wine & Food Festival hits the beach and other spots throughout Palm Beach and Broward County. Tons of different dinners, parties, and wine tastings to choose from in various fun spots in Southeast Florida.

The festival, which runs from Thursday, May 20, to Sunday, May 23, will differ from years past due to pandemic-related safety measures. 

There will be four events:

+ May 20, 2021 is an indoor-outdoor tour of the Delray Beach Market Food Hall, 33 SE Third Avenue, Delray Beach with “MasterChef” Season 10 finalist Nick DiGiovanni.

+ May 21, 2021 features a Fort Lauderdale dinner at Riviera by Fabio Viviani, 525 South Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale with Viviani and celebrity chef Rocco DiSpirito.

+ May

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Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery, located at 373 Tequesta Drive in the quaint seaside Village of Tequesta, rouses the senses with fabric/textile exhibition entitled “Stitched” through May 27, 2021.  The exhibit is an exhibition commemorating the art of textiles.

Various collections from textile artists will be on display including Kirk Ke Wang’s, “Landscape of Human Skins.” Ke Wang’s work incorporates abandoned pieces of clothing, or as he refers, “skins”.  He incorporates clothing left behind by civilization through a succession of large-scaled colorful, mixed media collages. He uses clothing worn by immigrants and others to create a story of profound, thought-provoking compositions. 

The work of several distinguished artists’ weavings,

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Palm Beach County residents are called to help solve an unsolved mystery at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts. Your help is needed to help solve an art heist. A real-life genius robbery of thirteen works of art, valued at half a billion dollars.  It is based on a true story of the world’s biggest art escapade. 

The “Art Heist” is a true crime moving show where socially distanced groups step through five walkable locations to gather clues. The amateur detectives interact with a wild group of cunning professional criminals, slimy con men, and disheveled art recovery experts.  

The tale is based on the largest art heist in history which took place on March 18, 1990.  On that day, two thieves disguised as police officers entered Boston’s

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Mounts Botanical Garden located at 531 North Military Trail, West Palm Beach is inspiring peace and tranquility. This serene garden experience was created by combining natural elements of stone, wood, and living plant materials.

Here is a hand-carved relief wall is of Indonesian design while other elements are contrived from Chinese, Japanese and other Asian influences. The intention of the hand carved relief wall is to inspire peace and tranquility.  It is a spiritual place for the mind and soul. The explanation of the breathing space is very personal, and in the consciousness and eye of the beholder.

Ever wonder why the gardens are entitled Mount’s Botanical Garden?  For over 40 years, Marvin “Red” Mounts assisted the farming community of Palm

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Due South Brewing is a local craft-beer maker which brews everything on site at its Boynton Beach taproom.  Due South Brewing, 2900 High Ridge Road #3 Boynton Beach will be celebrating its ninth anniversary with a special event highlighting their unique crafts.

Owners of Sierra’s Bees, 14720 128th Avenue North, Palm Beach Gardens, heard Due South Brewing was searching for honey for a new craft beer.  One of the brewers was hunting on property owned by the beekeepers in Palm Beach Gardens and donated 100 pounds of Saw Palmetto honey to the brewery.

They harvested the honey from 500 hives on their 12.6-acre farm and other apiaries in Palm Beach and Martin counties. They put the “bee” in “beer,” and are collaborating with Due South Brewing on the

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Cut 432 located at 432 East Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach, is a modern steakhouse and bar eatery proffering a welcome departure from the “stuffy” atmosphere of conventional chic steakhouse environments.  Cut 432 is a cut above the rest.  The culinary experience is the most recent development by the forward-thinking founders of The Modern Restaurant Group.

Cut 432 presents an avant-garde modern steakhouse dining experience with an initial spotlight on beef sourced from the world’s top ranchers and artisanal producers. Executive Chef, Anthony Pizzo, has created inventive dishes that will heighten and delight each one of the senses. Dishes such as Steak Tartare with crostini, fleur de sel, quail egg, and olio verde or delicious seafood.  432 offers

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Grandview Public Market, in the Warehouse District of West Palm Beach, is presenting FREE performances this summer to benefit local charities. From May through August, the concerts will be the last Saturday of each month. Twenty percent of the bar will be donated to the featured charity.  Additional money for the charities may be donated at the Grandview Public Market’s vendors point-of-sale.

Grandview Public Market’s mission is to introduce distinctive culinary and cultural experiences to its visitors and grow a community where everyone is included.  The Warehouse District is made up of a series of industrial buildings that are converting into something unique. The neighborhood is quickly becoming home to artists, entrepreneurs, and tastemakers. 

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The Cultural Council for Palm Beach County is pleased to announce the return of its MOSAIC (Month of Shows, Art, Ideas and Culture) May celebration. It promotes the Palm Beach County area’s arts and culture institutions.  Many of these art and culture organizations are offering unique programming and special offers throughout this month of May. One of the fun events brought by the Cultural Council for Palm Beach County MOSAIC is its “Shades of Culture” in Boca Raton.

The Cultural Council for Palm Beach County has affected fun in an interactive way for the public to engage with MOSAIC. In Downtown Boca Raton, its “Shades of Culture” are on display in Sanborn Square.  Sanborn Square is Boca Raton’s downtown’s central green space. The larger-than-life

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