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Mix it up and “Rock the Block” in Downtown Boynton Beach on June 12, 2021 from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. This FREE social event will take place in Downtown Boynton Beach along East Ocean Avenue between Federal Highway and N.E. 3rd Street.  Th early evening event will feature live music, people watching and other entertainment.

The promotional event connects community members for social interactions in a fun and laid-back setting.  Come to the event to listen to live music and enjoy family-friendly activities will also become familiar with local businesses. Visitors will be able to stroll East Ocean Avenue and visit Downtown Boynton Beach merchants and restaurants. Some of the participating businesses located in the area include: The Butcher & The Bar,

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Farmers Markets offer the freshest produce you can find in Southeast Florida, in particular the Palm Beaches. Eating in season can also help you get the most out of your produce. Because it is harvested by peak ripeness. There is no doubt that in-season produce has superior flavor. They are also substantially more nutrient dense as they are not being shipped. The longer a fruit or vegetable sits on a truck or shelf, the more nutrient loss. 

Some of the top local area farmers markets are:

1. Bedner’s Farm Fresh Market.

2. Family Farm

3. City of West Palm Beach Green Market

4. The Gardens Green Market

5. Farmer Greens Market 

People are intended to eat seasonally. In the fall and winter, fruits, and vegetables rich in vitamin C grow

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Downtown Abacoa is preparing to host the 3rd Annual Cajun Crawfish and Music Festival this weekend. The festival is happening this Saturday, June 5th and the event is free and open to the public.

The Cajun Crawfish and Music Festival celebrates the culture and traditions of Louisiana through food, music, and dancing. The festival will feature authentic Cajun foods such as a crawfish boil, jambalaya, gumbo, po’boys, gator tails, classic Louisiana cocktails, and much more.

Palm Beach Gardens restaurant Voodoo Bayou, will be hosting a live cooking demonstration featuring their chefs and local celebrities to create specialty dishes throughout the day.

The event is free to attend but special VIP Stage Pods are available for those wanting to sit in

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This summer, Downtown Palm Beach Gardens is hosting a new Summer Concert Series every Friday night beginning in June through the end of August.  The Summer Music Series will be held outdoors, and restaurants located within the Downtown will be participating in the event by offering special discounts and promotions.

Every Friday night beginning at 7 pm the outdoor concert series will be taking place at the newly renovated Downtown Park.  Come and enjoy live music from local and regional tribute bands. The Summer Concert Series has partnered with the Palm Beach County Food Bank to help support and benefit the Jammin’ Food Drive this summer. Those that bring a non-perishable item to the event will receive a complimentary drink. A food donation box will be

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Jupiter’s Harbourside Place has gone gaga for Greek. Mana Greek Fusion, 117 North Coastal Way, has opened in the space at Jupiter's Harbourside Place that once was home to Another Broken Egg Café.

Mana is Greek for “Mama” or “Mother”.  Mana Greek Fusion draws inspiration from the old world.  The owners, Laz and Anna Chasomeris’, create traditional, homemade favorites they have passed down for generations. The authentic Greek recipes are the family homegrown recipes passed down from Mana to Mana for generations. The same happens in Mana Greek Fusion, where the recipes are based on Mana’s traditional Greek recipes.

Come and enjoy our authentic Greek Cuisine.  Traditional plates are prepared always with fresh ingredients, following the principles

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A local favorite activity to do on the weekends in Northern Palm Beach County and Martin County is to attend one of the area’s best local green markets. This weekend the weather is expected to be nice and sunny this Memorial Day weekend, perfect to spend the day outside shopping some of the best local and homemade goods.

The green markets in the area offer some of the best produce, fresh flowers, unique homemade goods, homemade breads and pastries, spices, teas, local honey, and much more from local crafters and growers.

Here is a list of some of the best local markets happening this weekend in our area.

Hobe Sound Farmers Market:  Hobe Sound

The farmers market is located just past I-95 on Bridge Road. The market started in 2020 and has been a

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Old School Square Pavilion in Delray Beach will host Martin Sexton. Old School Square is in a historic area at 51 North Swinton Avenue in Delray Beach. The 5-acre site is at the corner of Atlantic Avenue and Swinton Avenue, connecting Delray's downtown shopping district. The show will be held on Thursday May 27, 2021 and is the only Martin Sexton concert scheduled at Old School Square currently.

Why not end the month May with great music.  This is an “I Want My ’90s Back” musical showcase starring Palm Beach County’s own Vanilla Ice.  The singer/songwriter with a soulful edge brings an understated passion to both personal and topical material. Always an independent soul, Sexton’s singular sound inspires a sense of wanderlust and escapades in those

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Make your average Thursday night turn into a tropical evening on the water and head over to Sailfish Marina on Singer Island. Taking place each Thursday evening from 6-9 p.m. the marina turns into a music infused, sultry oasis for the weekly Sunset Celebration.  This event is free to attend and takes place year-round. It is perfect for the whole family.

Enjoy a variety of unique creations by local artists. Stroll through the marina and shop the treasures like sea glass jewelry, silver works, hand-carved wooden sculptures, pottery, paintings and more.

When hunger strikes, make your way to the restaurant or enjoy food from a variety of vendors along the way including conch fritters, grouper dogs, refreshing cocktails and more.

During these

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One of Palm Beach County’s best kept secret is Northwood Village. There are lots of trendy restaurants, with new seafood, Peruvian, Thai, and Southern eateries in the Northwood Road Shopping District. This is a great time to visit Northwood Village while it is still uncrowded.

Luxury condo towers are planned for North Flagler Drive and nearby, Currie Park overlooking the Lake Worth Lagoon and Palm Beach. A developer is planning on 350 apartments, mixed with galleries, shops, offices and a plaza on an area known as the “anchor site.” There’s also discussion of a greenway corridor along the railroad tracks.

The seven-block district, founded in the 1920s, by boat builders, bootleggers, and others, is 1.5 miles north of West Palm Beach. Some have

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The Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium located within Downtown Abacoa is hosting three baseball games beginning this Thursday. Downtown Abacoa is home to a variety of shops, boutiques, restaurants, and entertainment to check out before attending one of the baseball games this Memorial Day weekend.

The Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium is home to two Minor League Baseball Teams, The Jupiter Hammerheads, and the Palm Beach Cardinals. The stadium is also home to two Major League Baseball Teams, the St. Louis Cardinals, and the Miami Marlins during their Spring Training.

This weekend’s baseball games begin this Thursday, May 27th with the Jupiter Hammerheads versus the Clearwater Threshers. Downtown Abacoa is also hosting their weekend Open- Air Dining Series

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