Admirals Cove To Expand Marina!

The Admirals Cove Country Club is one of the most prestigious yachting and golf communities that America has to offer. It offers its residents the convenience of backyard docks with over six miles of pristine warm and tropical inland waterways that boast easy Intracoastal access. Admirals Cove also offers golf enthusiasts 45 pristine and perfectly designed holes of championship golf with sweeping fairways and tropical views. Club membership provides access to a variety of fabulous amenities and services that include a full service salon and spa, fabulous five star dining venues, a state of the art fitness center, an outstanding tennis complex, and so much more sure to exceed any and all of your expectations. Plus the Club at Admirals Cove also features maybe the finest marina that the South Florida area has to offer. The marina offers 130 very desirable boat slips capable of accommodating watercrafts of all sizes. It also features a convenient location just eight miles north of the Port of Palm Beach and only a short two miles south of the Jupiter Inlet on the west side of the Intracoastal just north of Channel Marker 21 in the sunny South Florida town of Jupiter. On Tuesday, November the 18th 2014 the Jupiter City Council approved the Club at Admirals Cove for a renovation and redesign project. The project is designed to rearrange and move docks and pilings in order to add eight new slips and accommodate larger vessels. The project also intends to redesign the golf cart parking area next to the clubhouse in order to add 18 extra valet spaces. There will also be restoration done to two barrier islands along the marina side of the Intracoastal Waterway using riprap rock, mangroves, and other natural vegetation. There are a limited amount of marina memberships available so be sure and get yours as soon as you possibly can. The marina is patrolled 24 hours a day by water and by road with security vehicles. Plus...

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Come Enjoy The Teddy Bear Picnic!

You are invited to come join the Town of Jupiter Recreation Department on Tuesday November the 18th for their first “Teddy Bear Picnic”. This fabulous picnic will be held at the Jupiter Community Center from 10:00am to 11:30am and it is billed to be an event not to miss. There will be lots of great family fun including singing, story time with Brenda Nickolaus, and even a wonderful teddy bear parade. Almost everyone knows that the iconic name for this children’s toy comes from the former United States President Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt, but do you know the entire story. The name actually originated on a bear hunt where the president refused to shoot a bear that was tied to a tree. He believed it to be an unsportsmanlike action and ordered his people to put the bear out of its misery. After that a political cartoon decided to make light of the situation and chose to make the bear a great deal smaller and cuter with the title of “Teddy”. A toy builder then saw this cartoon and became motivated to create a little stuffed bear. He then got permission to use the name and put this plush toy in his window with the name “Teddy’s Bear” which later shortened to just “Teddy Bear”. The craze for stuffed bears started a long time ago and has stayed strong with it becoming the favorite toy for children all over the world. The retail sales for stuffed plush toys are now in excess of $1.6 billion dollars a year. This event is designed for kids five years of age and under and there is limited space so please pre-registration your little Teddy Bear fans as soon as you can. For further info on the Teddy Bear Picnic please call Summer Magun at (561) 741-2400. The Jupiter Florida area is a truly wonderful place to live, work, and play and it is sure to have the perfect home to satisfy all of...

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The Feast Of Little Italy Is Back!

The Feast Of Little Italy has come back to Abacoa in the fabulous South Florida town of Jupiter for the twelfth year and you are invited to come this weekend November the 7-9 to join in on all the fun. With all the fabulous fun, food, music, and activities that are awaiting you at the Feast of Little Italy this Italian Festival is sure to have something for the entire family. Come share in old traditions while creating new memories with the ones you love. The festival will feature many outstanding attractions that include cooking demos, wine seminars, a variety of food and non-food vendors, numerous entertainment stages, an art pavilion, bocce games, and even an area full of festival rides. There will also be a Guinness World Records attempt on Sunday the 9th for the world’s largest cannoli. Admission to the event is only $7 with kids 12 and under admitted free. Parking is free and discounted multi day passes are available. The Feast Of Little Italy will exceed any and all of your expectations and it is sure to have you going back year after year. The Feast Of Little Italy: Address: Abacoa Town Center – 1200 University Blvd Jupiter, Florida 33458 Phone: (561) 427-0500 Web: http://www.feastoflittleitaly.com/...

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The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse!

The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse is a wonderful and perfectly designed historical landmark and October the 15th marked the anniversary of when the National Register of Historic Places listed it back in 1973. Go take an adventure back into history and it is sure to exceed any and all of your expectations. There are climbing tours, a museum that tells the lighthouses story, a gift shop, a lighthouse keeper’s workshop, the Tindal pioneer homestead, and a variety of great programs that include Hiking Through History, Lighthouse Story Time For Kids, the Lighthouse Coffee & Book Club, sunset and moonrise tours, Twilight Yoga at the Light, school tours and group tours, and so much more that will satisfy all of your needs and wants. Plus the picturesque landscape makes the perfect setting for weddings and other special events. Residents of Admirals Cove enjoy easy access to many outstanding local attractions like the Jupiter Inlet...

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The Clematis Street in West Palm Beach

The Clematis Street is located on the waterfront in West Palm Beach from Flagler Drive to Rosemary Avenue and is a truly wonderful place to dine, shop, relax, and conduct business. It is a truly electric South Florida paradise full of some fantastic historic architecture. It has developed over the past 115 years into one of the great South Florida destinations for locals and visitors alike. Even though the Clematis Street has experienced its fair share of growth and change over the years the city has adopted a master plan that sets limitation on future growth, hopefully restricting the area to a pedestrian friendly environment. The 500 blocks of Clematis Street has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places preserving the character and integrity of the street for many generations to come. The American Planning Association has recognized the Clematis Street in their Great Places in America. The Great Places in America was started in 2007 to celebrate places throughout America that showcase “exemplary character, quality, and planning. Places are selected annually and represent the gold standard in terms of having a true sense of place, cultural and historical interest, community involvement, and a vision for tomorrow. Great places people want to be not only to visit, but to live and work every day.” Come check out the fabulous Clematis Street area and everything it has to offer. It is located only a short ride down the I-95 from Jupiter or up a quick drive from the southern end of town. It is truly one of the top ten streets America has to offer and it is sure to exceed any and all of your expectations. Fun Events And Attractions Of Clematis Street: SunFest – a fabulous music and arts festival where music meets the waterfront. Live Jazz at “Sunday on the Waterfront”. The very desirable nightlife draws nearly 80,000 visitors per week. The great Corvettes on Clematis the annual Corvette collector show. The annual boat show...

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The ReelAbilities Film Festival In Palm Beach Gardens

The ReelAbilities film festival is the nation’s largest film festival solely dedicated to showcasing the stories of people with disabilities and it is sure to exceed any and all of your expectations. It will be making its Palm Beach debut at the Mandel JCC in Palm Beach Gardens from November the 2nd through the 5th. There will be continued presentations through other venues including the Scripps Institute, Alpert Jewish Family Center, and the Ruth and Norman Rales Jewish Family Service. The festival is designed to promote appreciation and awareness through sharing the stories and life experiences of people with various disabilities such as mental development, autism, Down syndrome, the wheelchair bound, and so much more. Tickets are $10 and you can purchase yours in advance at www.pbjff.org or by calling 1-877-313-0071. Residents of Admirals Cove enjoy a very active social life full of great local events like this...

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