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The Jupiter Lighthouse has released their ‘Lighthouse Sunset Tour’ schedule for the entire year, where guest get to experience a tour of the lighthouse and see views of the sunset reflecting off Jupiter, the water, and surrounding towns.

The tour consists of visitors being able to get a inside look at the lighthouse watch room to see all the nuts and bolts and experience firsthand how everything works.

The tours are approximately 75 minutes long with tickets are reservations required to reserve your spot. Tickets are $15 dollars for Lighthouse members, $20 dollars for non-members, and children must be 48 inches tall to climb the tower steps.

Tour Schedule:
January: 17th, 24th
February: 7th, 21st, 28th
March: 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th
April: 4th, 11th, 18th,

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This time of year is known to be high season for home sales in South Florida, with exemplary weather, stunning real estate and homes on the market. 2018 has been off to a hot start. Palm Beach County’s Administrator, Verdenia Baker stated in her annual ‘State of the County’ address at the Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce meeting last week that the market is “on fire.”

Baker also added that unemployment in the county is down and money is “flowing” into the local economy from the increase in Palm Beach County’s sales tax. Many of the indicators we look for in a growing and healthy economy, we have right now in Palm Beach County, meaning a bright future for our housing market. An example of a positive indicator of Palm Beach’s healthy economy is last

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The beloved publication, Jupiter Magazine, each year compiles a list of “The Best of the Palm Beaches.” The list includes music venues, art galleries, bars, parks, attractions and more. For those of you looking for the best of the best in Palm Beach County, whether it is dinner, drinks or entertainment, you will definitely want to refer to this list! 

The full list can be seen at www.JupiterMag.com but here are some of the highlights of what you should see in Palm Beach County:

Best Golf Course - Old Palm Country Club

Best Golf Course winner is the golf course at Old Palm Country Club. This Raymond Floyd course is known for its challenging game with stunning fairways and jaw dropping views. Perhaps the most poignant reason for Old Palm Golf

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Art Palm Beach is back for its 21st edition featuring new sections showcasing sculpture, works on paper, and emerging art.

The fair is part of Next Level Art Fairs, with over 28 years in the art industry and more than 150 successful fairs around the world. Next Level Fairs is a leading authority in the art industry of Boca Raton, Palm Beach, and more. Next Level Fairs bring some of the world’s elite artists under one roof to showcase their works.

Art Palm Beach is considered to be one of the most influential contemporary art fairs on Florida’s Gold Coast. Art Galleries from over 85 galleries from around the world join together and show off works from contemporary and emerging artists.

The art fair combines paintings, sculptures, photography, ceramic, and

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Hawk's Bluff is a gateway to a hidden world on the Florida east coast. Apart of the Savannas Preserve State Park, Hawk's Bluff is one of three entrances to the park, but definitely the most spectacular. 

The savannas are a 10 mile stretch of low-lying open wetlands from Jensen Beach to Fort Pierce. In these freshwater marshes you can see many different birds, turtles, fish, and even deer. 

Hawk's Bluff is in Jensen Beach atop one of the highest points in the area and just over a mile from the ocean. The trail is a 1.1 mile hike down sand dunes into the wetlands. The end of the trail hikes back up onto another hill that has a stunning view overlooking miles of wetlands. It is a beautiful area that is a secret among locals for its incredible

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"Albert on the Avenue" is Boynton Beach's newest art installation on E. Ocean Avenue in the city's cultural district. 

The outdoor exhibit features 6 massive painted metal sculptures created by one of the world's most prominent metal sculptors, Albert Paley. The 6 pieces weigh a total of 17 tons. The colorful "Cavalcade" stretches 40 feet high, making it the tallest public art in Palm Beach County. 

The incredible display is along the blue Atlantic Ocean, making it a serene area to walk and very easy to navigate. The self-guided tour will take about 30 minutes to explore. A cool feature; Each sculpture has a plaque with a code you can enter into your smart phone for descriptive commentary from artist Albert Paley. 

The art will be on the

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The Costume Museum at the Wick Theatre in Boca Raton is a display unlike any other around. 

It houses the finest costumes ever worn on the Broadway stage made by some of the most famous designers in the history of the American Musical Theatre. The costumes are from more than 35 Broadway production and are valued at more than $20 million. 

The museum is presented in an interactive environment with a tour guide. Get a close look at attire worn for "Titanic," "Camelot," "Dracula," "My Fair Lady," and much more.

Come see this beautiful showcase at the incredible Wick Theatre. 

7901 N. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton, FL 33487.

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Join the River Center in Jupiter for their seasonal bonfire! 

This Friday, January 19th, kick back and relax at the family fun Tropical Oasis Campfire. Enjoy a special screening of the hit new Disney movie, Moana, challenge your friends and family to a game of limbo, and make smores and crafts and more! Tropical attire will have you fitting right in; hula skirts and leis a plus. The cost is $5 per person or $20 for families of 4+. The event takes place outdoors at the River Center from 6- 9 p.m. RSVP at 561- 743-7123. 

805 US-1, Jupiter, FL 33477.

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Come cheers to a hopeful new year on Thursday January 18th at the Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar. 

Enjoy a five course meal including Espresso-Rubbed Wagyu Carpaccio, Pork Belly Confit, Salt and Malt Vinegar Black Bass, Dry-Rubbed Lamb Loin Churrasco, and a chocolatier tasting. Each course showcases an exceptional Cabernet pairing. 

Dinner starts at 6:30 p.m. and costs $75 per person. For reservations call 561-266-3239.

1841 S Federal Hwy, Delray Beach, FL 33483.

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The luxury Chesterfield Hotel in Palm Beach is has been awarded as one of the best in Florida, for years by Conde Nast Traveler Magazine. From their prime location and unique suites to their elegant event halls and fantastic cuisine, The Chesterfield is a hotel people love to go to. Chesterfield opens their doors to both traveling guests and locals looking to socialize in a polished atmosphere. Here are 2 weekly social events hosted in a top-tier setting with a high-class crowd:

1. Traditional English Afternoon Tea

Enjoy a selection of highly-regarded loose-leaf teas and traditional delectable treats at an Afternoon Tea Lord Chesterfield himself would approve of. Every day from 1- 5 p.m. delight in tea and desserts like hand-baked British

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