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The Nature Center is a private, non-profit organization whose mission is to bring environmental education and awareness to the local community. The Center is located at the Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge, in south Martin County.

The Nature Center was opened by a couple in 1973 to educate people of all ages about Florida's fragile ecosystems and environment. It has a 30+ year partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service which allows it to conduct educational programs on-site, while the service provides and maintains the facility.

In the 80s the Center created the "Friends of the Nature Center" to help gain support and encourage people to take an effort in helping with the mission. Members of the Friends would in return receive "The

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Palm Beach’s 7thAnnual Summer Beer Fest is coming up tomorrow, July 20. The event will include over 200 beer samples, live music, food trucks, a silent disco, a cigar lounge, bar games, a much more. If you love beer and are looking for something fun to do in South Florida this weekend, you are not going to want to miss out!

Click here for more information.

When: July 20, from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Where: South Florida Fairgrounds - 9067 Southern Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33411.

$10 Designated Driver: Anyone under 21 must purchase a DD ticket for admission. DD’s get free water and soda with admission.

$45 General Admission: Includes mini mug and unlimited sampling!

$75 VIP:  Includes an hour early entry into the show for private VIP

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Even though we are welcoming the Fall here in South Florida, it is still pretty warm most of the day! If you find yourself wondering what to do to entertain your kids, grandkids or nieces and nephews that will keep them having a blast without overheating, consider these 4 places that can keep you and the kids cool! 

Children’s Explorium

The Children’s Science Explorium is a part of Sugar Sands Park in Boca. It’s the ideal place for kids to come get a day jam-packed with science and learning. The Explorium offers its guests incredible exhibits ranging from “rockets to molecules.”

Visit www.scienceexplorium.org for more information on programs, events and exhibits at the Children’s Science Explorium. 

iPic Theaters

For a movie experience

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Palm Beach County has some of the nation’s best outdoor dining. Whether you are looking for a beautiful ocean view or enjoying a drink in the middle of the street life or immersed in a tropical forest; with a variety of food choices and a great scenery there is something for everyone to sit back, relax and enjoy the view. 

Here is a list of some of the best dockside and outdoor dining in the area:

E.R. Bradley’s Saloon: located in the heart of downtown West Palm Beach, features outdoor dining, cocktails, and a delicious Sunday brunch that makes this a hot spot on Clematis Street.

Calaveras Cantina: an authentic Mexican restaurant with outdoor seating featuring delicious foods and hand-crafted cocktails.

Dive Bar Restaurant: features a giant

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One of the great things about having so many Northern transplants in South Florida is that with them comes great food. Namely, Italian food. Here’s our guide to great Italian restaurants in Palm Beach County.

Zuccarelli’s

Zuccarelli’s is a delicious, cozy Northern Italian bistro popular for its down-home cooking & pet-friendly patio. It’s moderately priced and has great seafood options as well as all the classics like chicken/veal parmesan/ francese/piccata/etc.

Renato’s

A Palm Beach favorite, Renato’s is nestled in breathtaking architecture, with an intimate dining room that enchants with warm woods and fabric covered walls. Culinary delights from the classics to the eclectic are complemented with an extensive wine list, and the bar is

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Palm Beach County is known as Florida’s Golf Capital and is known for some of the best golfing in the country. The area is boasting with some of the most acclaimed golf courses and resorts in the world. Palm Beach County is home to over 160 golf courses, both private and public, and in fact some of the “Top 100 Golf Courses in America” and “Top Golf Courses in Florida” are located in Palm Beach County.

Golfers are drawn to the area to play because of some of the PGA National Tournaments such as The Honda Classic that has been played at PGA National Resort and Spa for several years. In May of 2121, The 48th Walker Cup will be held at one of the most exclusive clubs in the area, The Seminole Golf Club in Juno Beach. 

Palm Beach County is also home

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Locanta Local Eatery in central West Palm Beach is a Mediterranean restaurant serving world-class Turkish fusion fare from a small strip plaza venue. The little eatery has 5 stars on Google, TripAdvisor, Yelp and Facebook for their authentic flavorful food and speedy and friendly service.

The master chef behind Locanta is Turkish Chef Alper Songul, who formerly worked at Agora Mediterranean Kitchen in Northwood Village. His menu consists of special plates, healthy foods, sandwiches and wraps, salads, rice bowls and soup. Many options happen to be vegan and vegetarian and everything on the menu is of light, feel-good sustenance.

Locanta's take on Mediterranean food is reminiscent of coastal Turkey, but you'll find flare on many dishes like Greek

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Here in Palm Beach County golf and other physical activities are considered excellent forms of stress relief.  Palm Beach County has a surplus of private, as well as public golf courses available locals to get their respective game on. Golfers who shine in practice often crumble in tournaments because they manage stress poorly. Stress is an inevitable part of life. 

Golf is like no other than in Jupiter, Florida. The area is home to just 60,000 people, but without going more than 10 miles up and down the coast you can get to the home of the world’s top golfers Dustin Johnson, Justin Thomas, Brooks Koepka, Tiger Woods, Jack Nicklaus and many others reside here. Officially, 35 PGA Tour pros live there, but between rentals and second, third, or fourth

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Palm Beach County is home to over 83 parks that feature everything from playgrounds to thousands-acre parks filled with fun outdoor activities for the whole family. Some of the parks include Amphitheaters, Fishing Lakes, Equestrian Centers, Nature Exhibits, Golf Courses, Aquatic Centers, and more. 

Palm Beach County is also home to many beach parks, state parks, and the parks run by individual cities not maintained by the county. Here is a list of some of the best parks to visit in Palm Beach County:

Okeeheelee Park

This 1,702-acre park features a 111- acre Equestrian Center with a rider ring and trails, a 27-hole golf course, a Nature Center, Boat Launch, Bike Trails, Walking Trails, and much more. The park is located at 7715 Forest Hill

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Come and experience the spirit of Japan in South Florida. The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens is a renowned, world-class park featuring gardens, bonsai displays, galleries of contemporary and historical art, signature Japanese festivals, family activities and much more. 

The Museum and Gardens is considered one of Palm Beach County’s most treasured cultural attractions. The 16 acres that surround the two-museum building located on the property include the expansive Japanese Gardens. The grounds feature resting and sitting areas, walking paths, collections, lakes and even wildlife. 

The larger, 200- acre park features a pine forest, nature trails, and picnic areas. The Gardens went under a major renovation and expansion in 2001 to what it is

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