Club Scrub’s Endless Summer River Paddle & Rocking Jupiter Sandbar Party is planned for Saturday, Sept. 16.
The Guided Paddle Adventure is from Jonathan Dickinson State Park down the NW Fork of the Loxahatchee River to the Club Scrub Jupiter Sandbar Party (about 5-miles).
Paddle down the Loxahatchee River to our Floating Refreshment Stops, relax then paddle the rest of the way to the Rocking Jupiter Sandbar Party.
They paddle both ways with current.
Launch is about 10 a.m. at JD Park’s River Area Swim Beach.
Organizers ask you arrive by 9:30 a.m.
Live music, food and music are planned.
Click here for to register or for more information.
If you live in Jupiter, you’ve probably seen those bright pink Chevrolet Sparks with “Errand Bunnies” written on the sides driving through town.
It all started when two young Jupiter women had an idea…
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A parking garage could be built near Lake Park Marina (Photo/Bill DiPaolo)
LAKE PARK — With new condos and businesses popping up along U.S. 1 in north county, tiny Lake Park wants to bring in mixed-use projects to join in the revival.
Public workshop planned Thursday, Aug. 31 at 6 p.m. at town hall.
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(Left to right) Michael Brown, winner of this year’s Juno Beach Pier Photo Contest, Loggerhead mascot Fletch and Loggerhead President and CEO Jack Lighton at Aug. 19 event (Photos contributed)
More than $15,000 was raised Aug. 19 for the Loggerhead Marinelife Center at the The Gardens Mall event attended by about 4,000 people.
Events for children and families included hands-on science activities, including Junior Vet Labs and conservation demonstrations.
The Gardens Mall and its retailers hosted various Shop and Support events to raise money for LMC, located in Juno Beach.
Adrian Farmer and stuffed sea turtle at The Garden Mall fundraiser
“Pristine beaches, unmatched recreational offerings, stunning scenic vistas, a high quality of life,” reads the national advertisement seeking a new town manager in Jupiter.
About 50 candidates from across the country sent in their resumes, seeking the position that Andy Lukasik vacated.
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Wearing red shirts, opponents have attended town council meetings and said the plan will bring too much traffic and pollution to Jupiter’s Inlet Village.
Finally — after three years of revisions, lawsuits and public hearings — the Love Street plan to build an outdoor marketplace on the Jupiter Inlet is scheduled for a final vote before the town council Thursday, Sept. 7.
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Love Street developer Charles Modica says the outdoor marketplace will bring recreation, jobs and tax revenue to Jupiter.
Remodeling has started inside the former Wendy’s restaurant to make it a Dunkin’ Donuts in Tequesta (Photo/Bill DiPaolo)
TEQUESTA — Remodeling has started to bring a new Dunkin’ Donuts to replace the former Wendy’s restaurant in Tequesta’s Countyline Plaza.
Muffins and coffee — plans call for a drive-through window — should start being served around the end of the year, says Trish Naya Norene, the executive director of on the southwest corner of Countyline Road and U.S. 1.
The closest Dunkin’ Donuts on U.S. 1 to the north is at Bridge Road in Hobe Sound.
To the south, Dunkin’ coffee lovers have to go to Alternate A1A and Indiantown Road.
The plaza, which has about 1,400 parking spaces, also contains a Publix, Chase Bank, Time to Eat Diner and Rocky’s Hardware store.
Wendy’s closed in Countyline Plaza in Tequesta in December. (Photo/Bill DiPaolo)
Expect more rain this afternoon in Jupiter and throughout Palm Beach County (Photo/Bill DiPaolo)
Steady rains here over the Jupiter Inlet on Friday afternoon, more rain in Palm Beach County expected for the weekend.
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Palm Beach Post staff writer Leslie Streeter is the guest speaker Wednesday, Aug. 30 for the Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce Women in Business Council for their Annual Tea.
Those attending are asked to wear their best best tea dress and hat.
Tea, light bites and desserts will be served.
For information, call 561-746-7111 or go to pbnchamber.com.
Streeter is an award-winning columnist and pop culture writer at The Palm Beach Post, where she has worked since October 2002. A native of Baltimore, Maryland, she is a proud product of that city’s public school system, and graduated from Baltimore City College High School in 1989.
In 1993, she graduated from the College of Journalism at the University of Maryland, College Park, after which she began her professional journalism career. That has included stints at the Miami Times, a community weekly in Miami, Florida, the York Dispatch/Sunday News in York, Pa., and finally The Palm Beach Post.
Leslie is the proud mother of Brooks Robinson Streeter-Zervitz, the proud daughter of the very cool Tina Streeter, and was the wife of Scott Zervitz, the coolest of them all. She is a slow run/walker, a fan of the ‘Law and Order’ series (all of them) and a believer that when things seem bleakest, a light comes on in the corner.
Artist Anthony Gargiulo, Stuart touches up a concrete sandhill crane sculpture at The 32nd Annual Artigras Fine Arts Festival held at Abacoa in Jupiter. (Melanie Bell / The Palm Beach Post)
The Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce is accepting artists’ applications online for the 2018 ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival scheduled for February 17-19, 2018 in Jupiter.
Artists can email firstname.lastname@example.org, call (561) 748-3942 or visit www.artigras.org for more information.
ArtiGras showcases a juried exhibition of 300 nationwide artists. Featured are interactive art exhibits, children’s activities, live music, and art demonstrations.
ArtiGras is produced by the Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce and is presented by Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center.
Artists’ applications are being accepted for jury selection in 13 fine art categories including ceramics, digital art, drawing and printmaking, fiber (wearable and non-wearable), glass, jewelry, metal, mixed media, painting, photography, sculpture and wood.
ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival offers the “Emerging Artist” category for local artists.
Artists who have never exhibited in a show and reside in the Palm Beach County area can apply.
Deadline for artists to apply online is Monday, September 11, 2017.