Hurricane Season in South Florida

Hurricane season is upon us once again and therefore time to remind everyone to be ready. The predictions for this year is a below-average 2014 Atlantic hurricane season with 10 named storms, 4 hurricanes and 1 major hurricane possibly making landfall. Although we’ve been blessed in the last 10 years with no hurricanes hitting south Florida, we should still be

Hurricane Arthur

Hurricane Arthur

prepared as even a seemingly small storm can bring lots of rain and wind to this area. We’ve already had the first named storm Arthur move up along our coast.

For those who recently relocated to south Florida, it’s even more important to be informed on how to get ready for a hurricane.  Hurricane season starts June 1 and ends November 30. The peak months for hurricane development are August and September. Not everyone may realize that 10 years ago, there were 4 hurricanes that hit Florida and despite warnings, many were just not ready. Even for those of us who had made preparations, it was still hard to adjust to being out of electricity for so long. And if you happen to own a generator, you could at least get some relief from the heat and have a couple of appliances running, but it was a very trying and difficult time for most.

Hurricane Jeanne

Hurricane Jeanne

So stay alert on approaching storms and use common sense. Plan well for the safety of your family! Don’t wait until the last minute to get ready.

What you can do now:
- Have necessary food, water and supplies for your family and pets, medications, first aid kit.
- You should have enough food and water (1 gallon of drinking water per person/per day) to last you one week to a month. Stock up on what your family eats (canned fruits and veggies, cereal, bread, crackers, peanut butter & jelly, can soup, tuna and salmon, beans, rice and pasta, instant coffee and chocolate).

When a storm/hurricane approaches:
- Get shutters, storm panels or plywood in place
- Check generator for working conditions, hurricane suppliessafety precautions, storage fuel
- Fill up your vehicle
- Get cash
- Get supplies (flashlight, batteries, portable radios, manual can opener, paper plates, plastic cups, garbage bags)
- Charge rechargeable cellphones, drills, lanterns, flashlights)
- Put important documents in zip-lock bags
- Cooking device (camp stove for outdoor use)
- Remove swings, patio furniture, potted plants grills.
- Disconnect and remove satellite dish or antenna from your roof
- Remove roof turbines and cap holes with screw-on caps.
- Make preparations for swimming pool and boat
- Emergency Toilet (garbage can with lid, plastic bags for liners, bleach, toilet paper)
- Be a good neighbor and offer assistance in securing their home

Find out if you live in an evacuation route signevacuation/flood zone, click here. Know how to get the exterior of your house ready for a storm. Inspect shutters and know how to secure windows.

Remember shelters are a last resort however you should know where they are located. Always let your relatives know where you are headed. For a list of shelters in PB County, click here.

If you have special needs or serious medical condition, make arrangements now to reserve space for a special need shelter. You must qualify in advance and you will need a registration from your doctor. To register in Palm Beach County, call 561-712-6400.

When a storm hits
Secure exterior windows and doors.hurricane protection
Stay inside, away from windows and doors.
Do not open the refrigerator door except when necessary.
If the storm becomes intense, move to an interior “safe room”.
If you live in a two-story house, avoid upper floors.
Monitor local radio and TV.

Use caution after a storm.
Report any down power lines to your local utilities company. FPL(800-4-OUTAGE)
Be very careful stepping outdoors when standing Hurricane Wilmawater and debris are present.
Carefully assess damage around your property. Look for downed trees and damage to your roof.
Watch and listen for reports.

Phones lines may not work. AT&T’s telephone systems require electricity. If power is out longer than eight hours, some may lose phone service. About 75 percent of AT&T’s fiber-optic lines are underground. The ones above ground are connected to the same utility poles as power and cable lines.
Comcast cable and Internet service will go out if electricity goes out during a storm. Comcast workers will begin restoring service after FPL has restored power.

Driving will be treacherous. Light signals may be out in several intersections. There may be curfews put in place. Check on neighbors and relatives. Do what you can to restore a sense of normalcy. There will be lots of clean up to do so be patient with everyone.

Be prepared but let’s hope for another uneventful hurricane season!

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4th on Flagler 2014 WPB Waterfront

This 4th of July, come celebrate with family and friends fireworks wpbour Independence Day on the WPB Waterfront.

This year’s theme is “Together We Create America” which reminds us all that so many have come to this land for opportunities and freedom.

Plan activities for the entire 3-day weekend.
Schedule of Events July 4th to July 6th

Friday, July 4th 2014 -  5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
4th on Flagler with fabulous 16 minutes fireworks display illuminating the Intracoastal waterway.
Fireworks starts at 9 p.m.
Military salute for all branches of the armed forces.4th on Flagler Military
Unfurling of a giant American flag.
Live music from national recording artists “The Lost Trailers and Ryan Star.
Enjoy family friendly putt-putt golf, kid’s area, local art and more.
The nine-hole patriotic theme miniature golf course is open 5 to 9 pm daily until July 5 and from 11 am to 3 pm July 6. The cost is $5.00 for one round of golf.

Saturday, July 5th – 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Northwest’s Taste of the South BBQ & Brew
Located 2 blocks North of Banyan Blvd on Rosemary Avenue Downtown WPB
For $5.00 vendors will be serving up southern-style barbecue fixings.
Fun water games for kids
Live Blues and R&B music!

Saturday, July 5th – 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.Northwood Village Restaurant
Northwood Village’s Star Spangled Jubilee
Located 2 miles north of Downtown WPB on Northwood Road, 24th & 25th Streets
Classic American foods
Live music
Local art
For their website click here

Sunday, July 6th – 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.Clematis Street WPB
Red White & Brunch FORE $25,000.
Clematis Street, Downtown WPB
Participating restaurants in Downtown WPB will be offering a special brunch menu.
Floating hole-in-one golf challenge for your chance at $25,000.


Waterfront activities to considerJet Ski Rentals WPB
Catamaran Lunch/Brunch Sails
Jet Ski Rentals
Banana Boat Rides
Paddleboard Rentals
Kayak Rentals
For prices and more information, click here

As you can see, there’s plenty to do for everyone. Be safe and have a Happy 4th of July in West Palm Beach and all over the country!


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Tropical Fruit Festival at Mounts Botanical Garden WPB

Inviting all fruit lovers in PB County to come to this always popular annual event on Saturday, June 28, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Mounts Botanical Garden.

Mounts Botanical Garden
531 N. Military Trail
West Palm Beach, Fl 33415

Depending on the weather and how long you plan on staying, always come prepared for these type of events especially with children. Remember to bring a hat, sunscreen, sunglasses, comfortable shoes and water. If this is your first time visiting Mounts Botanical Garden, be sure to bring your camera to snap some memorable pictures. It’s such a beautiful garden and there is so much to see.

This event is held in collaboration with the Palm Beach Chapter of the Rare Fruit Council International and sponsored taste of tropics festivalby Whole Foods Market in Wellington.

A large tropical fruit display featuring over 100 tropical fruits and a wide variety of fruits and fruit trees will be available for sale such as mangoe, mango treelychee, loquat, jackfruit, sapodilla, citrus, avocado and dragonfruit. This can be exciting for children and surprisingmangoe variety for even some adults to learn just how many fruit trees grow in south Florida.

The first 500 attendees will get free fruit samples so get there early!  Geoffrey Sagrans of Localecopia and Chef Nina Kauder of Rawsome Eats will have cooking demonstrations and recipes incorporating a variety of fruits. Food trucks will also be nearby as well as live music by DYMiN.

Everyone mark your calendars and let’s hope for some great weather! Have a fabulous day at Mounts!


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Flowers in the garden

Spring is a fabulous time of year in Florida especially for those of us who just love to spend time in our garden. So let me encourage you to plant something and watch it grow. For beginners, you will find a great variety of plants that will do very well in south Florida. Pick something that will be easy to maintain and care for. Look at your yard for sunny or mostly sunny areas as most flowers need full sun. If purchasing from your local garden center, take time to read about the plant to determine if this will be a good fit for your garden area. You may feel overwhelmed by the choices out there so perhaps a couple of large pots filled with annuals or perennials would be more your style. Flowers can be placed in the front entrance and a beautiful way to greet visitors to your home.

To watch your garden being transformed little by little into a beautiful place is so rewarding. And you will attract several species of butterflies that will linger around and bring a smile on your face. Here is a few plants and flowers from my garden, Giant Bird of Paradise, Gardenia, Jatropha and Ixora.

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IxoraDo be careful if you have small children and always check for plant toxicity. Certain plants and flowers may cause irritation to children, others may actually have toxic parts so always choose carefully.  The same goes for your pets. The caladium and oleanders are very common in Florida gardens both of which have toxic parts.

There is an florida front entry landscapeabundance of beautiful gardens here in south Florida. Many homeowners really take pride in their homes. Landscaping your front yard to look pleasant and inviting has many benefits not only for yourself but for neighbors as well. And should you ever decide to put your home on the market, a great curb appeal will definitely pay off. Beautifully landscaped front lawn with shrubs, trees and flowers can make potential buyers just fall in love with your home.

So go ahead this season and enhance your yard with vibrant and colorful flowers. Bring interest to your garden. You may find that gardening will become your new hobby.

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Memorial Day Events West Palm Beach

Memorial Day
Monday, May 26, 2014

Take some time this Memorial Day to honor men South Florida National Cemetaryand women who lost their lives in service to our country.

Memorial Day Events in and around our community

Palm Beach County Veterans Committee 7th Annual Memorial Day Ceremony. The ceremony will be at the South Florida National Cemetery, located at 6501 State Road 7, south of Lantana Road. Program begins at 10:00 a.m. Programs to follow include an opening procession by Palm Beach County Fire Rescue Pipe and Drum Band, multiple color guards collaborating in the presentation of the colors, pledge of allegiance led by Battle of the Bulge Army Veteran George Fisher, a specialFreedom is not Free memorial in honor of POWs and MIAs led by former POW Bill Arcuri, Agent Orange Balloon Release (more than 200 biodegradable balloons will be released), Gary Hodges singing the “National Anthem” and “God Bless America,” musical selection provided by Wellington High School Band, a Stearman biplane flyover, keynote speaker staff sergeant Brian Mast, wreath presentation by Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom veterans, and Echo Taps by Tomas Becerra, Roberto Morgan and Armando Cedeno of the 1st Panamanian Drum & Bugle Corps of Miami.

Shuttle transportation will be available from 8:15 a.m. at the Target Superstore: 5900 State Road 7, Lake Worth and Winfield Solutions: 8245 U.S. Hwy 441, Boynton Beach. There will be NO public parking inside the cemetery grounds. Call 561-649-6489.


Memorial Day Ceremony. Boca Raton CemetaryFeaturing veterans groups, city officials, music by Fort Lauderdale Highlanders and Boca Raton Community High School Band; drills by Boca Raton Community High School NJROTC; and Boca Raton Police and Fire Honor Guards. Volunteers provided by Boca Raton Kiwanis. 9 a.m. at the Boca Raton Cemetery, 449 SW 4th Ave., Boca Raton. Call 561-393-7995.


Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony.Veterans Memorial Park Wellington The parade begins 8:15 am in the Municipal Complex parking area and continues down Forest Hill Boulevard to Southshore Boulevard, Wellington. The ceremony begins at 8:30 am at the Veterans Memorial, immediately following the parade. Call 561-753-2484.


Memorial Day program. Veterans Memorial Park BocaFeatures procession of colors, guest speakers, patriotic music. Bring lawn chairs. 9:30 a.m., Veteran’s Memorial Park, 9400 W. Palmetto Park Road, between Lyons Road and U.S. 441, west of Boca Raton.  Free. Call 561-963-6755.


Memorial Day ceremony. EventPalm Beach Memorial Park Lantana includes dignitaries, speakers, patriotic music. Free hot dogs and hamburgers after ceremony. 11:50 a.m., Palm Beach Memorial Park, 3691 Seacrest Blvd., Lantana. Presented by Forgotten Soldiers Outreach.  Call 561-369-2933.


Memorial Day Concert, “An American Tribute,” Music by the New Gardens Band, Indian River Pops and Robert Sharon Chorale. Mizner Park Amphitheatre BocaBring blankets or lawn chairs, $2 chair rental. No coolers, food and beverages available for purchase. 7-9 p.m., Mizner Park Amphitheater, 590 Plaza Real, off Federal Highway just south of Glades Road, Boca Raton. Free. Call 561-393-7073.

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SunFest WPB 2014

SunFest 2014
April 30 – May 4
West Palm Beach Waterfront

It’s that time again! Spring brings us warmer SunFest Waterfrontweather and the ever so popular event of the season… SunFest 2014! People from all over the area look forward to this event all year long and for good reasons.

With 3 stages of live entertainment featuring well known bands such as Goo Goo Dolls, Kid Rock, and the Dooby Brothers to many less known SunFest WPBbut great local bands such as Spred The Dub and Luxury of Company you get to enjoy a variety of music whether you enjoy Reggae, Rock, Pop or Country, there is something for your listening pleasure during this 5 day event.

Visit the BB&T Juried Fine Art & Craft Show which includes jewelry, painting, pottery & ceramics, photography, sculpture, wood, arts and crafts. 

Stop by any of three Captain Morgan’s floating Oasis SunFest aerialbarges as well as the popular Youth Park for families with children. Walk along Flagler Drive and take in the scenery while listening to the music in the background. Oh, let’s not forget the food and the spectacular SunFest Fireworks show on the last evening! Stay hydrated as temperatures can get very hot especially during the long weekend hours.

SunFest Advanced tickets can be purchased online and at all Publix in Palm Beach and Martin Counties until April 26th.
Tickets are available for 1-day, 2-days or 5-days.
Senior tickets (65 and older)  are only available at the gate with valid ID.

Remember no large bags allowed at SunFest. Mayor Jeri Muoio said the same rules will apply that were in place for the boat show: Small bags; nothing larger than 12 by 12 inches and 6 inches deep. No coolers, No backpacks. Diaper bags will be searched. Also the City prefers clear bags for ease of searching.

For all information concerning parking, tickets and music lineup, please visit SunFest 2014

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Palm Beach International Boat Show – March 20-23, 2014

This is the 29th year in West Palm Beach for the Palm Beach International Boat Show and is one of the top five boat show in the United States.PB Intl Boat Show Organizers say the event will feature more than $1.2 billion worth of boats, yachts and accessories from the world’s leading marine manufacturers, everything from power boats, fishing boats and inflatables to bow riders and 150′ superyachts. So whether you’re interested in purchasing or just want to see what’s new out there, it’s all here for your viewing pleasure.

Show entrances are at Evernia Street and Flagler Drive and North Clematis Street and Flagler Drive.

The Palm Beach Boat Show WPBInternational Boat Show opened Thursday at noon and will run Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

No backpacks permitted
No large bags or coolers.

Cost is $18.00 for adults
$8.00 for children 6 to 15
free for children younger than 6.
Tickets available online and at the show.

For more information, visit PB Boat Show

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Palm Beach Outlets Mall Grand Opening Feb. 14

It’s almost time…..yes, almost time to go shopping at the brand new palm beach outletsPalm Beach Outlets Mall. So exciting to have a mall again in West Palm Beach. See map below for location. Set to open this Friday, February 14.

For those who cannot wait and would like to get an extra early start as well as helping our community, the Palm Beach Outlets is hosting a charity shopping night “open doors/open hearts” on Thursday, Feb. 13 from 6pm to 9pm. Tickets are $20 per person and proceeds will go toward 20 different local charities.  For more information, click charity event.

Lots of activities planned for the first few days, Palm Beach Outlets mall 001 so bring the entire family and let’s celebrate this Grand Opening of the Palm Beach Outlets. Remember, construction is still going on as there will be many more stores (including Whole Foods and Nordstrom Rack) opening later on in the fall of this year.

But for now, let’s go shopping…..



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9 a.m.: Ribbon cutting ceremony
10 a.m.: Stores open
10 a.m.-noon: Roving stilt walker/juggler
6-8 p.m.: Music Soloist



Performances through the day by local school groups
6 p.m.: Celebrity Style Fashion Show hosted by Mario Lopez, host of EXTRA and formerly Saved By The Bell.

11 a.m.-1 p.m.: Roving stilt walker/juggler
Noon-2 p.m.: Face painting
3-5 p.m. Roving stilt walker/juggler

10 a.m.-noon and 2-4 p.m.: Roving stilt walker/juggler
6-8 p.m.: Music soloist

Location of new PB Outlets Mall (previously Palm Beach Mall)
1751 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd.,
West Palm Beach
Regular business hours:
Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Sunday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

PB Outlet map

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Fresh Fest Health & Fitness Expo in WPB on 2-1-2014

If you are interested in better health and fitness or just want to learn something new, Fresh Fest is right up your alley! fresh fest wpbThis is the first time this is being held right here in West Palm Beach at the Meyer Amphitheatre.WPB Meyer Amphitheatre As more and more people are looking for ways to improve their overall health, even making small changes in your lifestyle can have lasting effect in the way you look and feel.

Fresh Fest event raw food dietwill feature health, fitness, wellness, nutrition and fitness through organic food and juices as well as exercise and it is FREE for juice

Dr. Brian Clement from Hippocrates Health Institute will be giving health talks at both 11:30am and 1:00pm on the main stage and there will be a couple of workshops on detox and chiropractic by other speakers. Lots of activities are scheduled at different quadrants from classes in pure barre, yoga and pilates to kangoo and the very popular zumba. You are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing to participate in any of these classes.

There will also be raw food preparation demonstrations, children’s story time offered by the Palm Beach Post as well as many health conscious local vendors.  Everything at the Fresh Fest will be clean, healthy, organic and environmentally friendly! So stop by for a day of fun activities and good healthy food.

104 Datura Street,
Downtown WPB Meyer Amphitheater
Saturday, Feb. 1, 2014
From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For more information, visit Fresh Fest.


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Winter season in South Florida

Yes, winter is in full force here in West Palm Beach. Dry, cold, crisp and add sunshine, it is absolutely a great time of year. Time to pull out jackets, sweaters and boots. No, we don’t need boots for the snow. But they do add style to an outfit! Really cold weather does not last that long here so we should appreciate it all the more.

It’s also the time to think of those affected by the cold weather. boston terrierMainly people, pets and plants. When temperatures dip below 40 degrees especially with a windchill factor which can make it feel much colder, meteorologists recommend bringing in tender potted plants and pets indoor. The Salvation Army Center of Hope and the Westgate Tabernacle can assist the homeless with a meal and a warm place to spend the night.

It’s also the time of year when tourists come down for the season which benefits many local businesses with their patronage. The beauty of south Florida is apparent wherever you go. With our gorgeous beaches, museums, parks, golf and equestrian centers, restaurants and shopping district, there is so much to West Palm Beach that Hilton Hotel WPBvisitors can appreciate. There will be more reasons to come to West Palm Beach in the next few years with the soon opening of the Palm Beach Outlets mall, Flagler Financial District WPBthe construction of a Hilton Hotel next to the Convention Center as well as plans for a Flagler Financial District announced just recently by Mayor Jeri Muoio.

Although we do not see the changes in season as most northerners do, people who make the decision to relocate to south Florida do so for the weather. Our beautiful weather is very attractive to people, young and old and hopefully many businesses will also think it’s a great place. Things are constantly changing, sometimes slower than we want and sometimes faster than expected.

The cold wind of the season is marching on for now however, we know that very soon, warmer days will be here and it will be back to shorts and bathing suits. Enjoy the winter season of south Florida!

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Dr. Martin Luther King events in WPB area Jan 20, 2014

This year, America will mark the 85th birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, January 20. Dr. King, who advocated change through nonviolence,MLK Memorial WPB Jan. 2014 034 was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize at 35. He was born on Jan. 15, 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia and assassinated on April 4, 1968.

Here in West Palm Beach , you can stop by and visit the MLK Landmark Memorial right off Flagler Drive adjacent to Currie Park.

There are a variety of events locally planned to celebrate his legacy.

Riviera Beach MLK Jr. Parade
11 a.m. Saturday
Corner of Congress and Blue Heron Blvd.

Interfaith Prayer Breakfast
7:30 to 9 a.m. Monday
St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church
928 South E Street
Lake Worth

Candlelight March on Monday at 5 p.m.
Downtown Lake Worth
Participants gather at City Hall and parade down Lake Avenue to the MLK “Ball” memorial.

Annual MLK Jr. Breakfast
Monday 8 a.m.
Palm Beach County Convention Center
650 Okeechobee Blvd,
West Palm Beach

Photos below from MLK Landmark Memorial in WPB. Parking right off Flagler Drive or nearby Currie Park and walk up to the MLK memorial. Benches and picnic tables in front, bust of Dr. King in the center with cascading water as a backdrop. You can walk behind the curved wall and read quotes from Dr. King’s life. Relax with the beautiful views of the Intracoastal.

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FARMERgreensMARKET – indoor Greenmarket in WPB

With the start of a new year, many people are looking for ways to improve their overall health. One of the easiest way is to start eating more whole food. Changing one’s diet to include more fresh fruits and vegetables makes so much sense. Start slowly perhaps adding just 1 extra fruit a day until you eat the recommended daily allowance. The recent news that the DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) diet was best overall indicates that more and more people are choosing to eat healthier using less sodium. Many people enjoy the convenience of shopping at greenmarkets.

There are several local greenmarkets in FarmerGreensMarket signWest Palm Beach area to choose from offering fresh produce at really good prices.



Very popular with locals in the area, FARMERgreensMARKET offers a great selection of fresh fruits, vegetables, beans, ready-made sandwiches and salads as well as a small dairy section. Shopping carts located right in front of the store. You will not find any produce outdoors at this market.  With lots of cashiers, fast and efficient service, you will be in and out in no time. They also accept credit/debit cards for payment.




1937 N. Military Trail
Pine Trail Square shopping center
West Palm Beach, Fl 33409
(561) 683-2400
Open 7 days a week
Mon-Sat. from 8am to7pm
Sunday 8am-6pm

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Palm Beach Outlets Job Fair Jan. 2014

With so many people out of work as well as many working Palm Beach Outlets street signonly part time, there will be many jobs available in the near future. With the Palm Beach Outlets opening February 14, people can apply for over 1500 full time and part time positions mostly in the retail and restaurant industries. So get the word out and get those resumes ready for the job fair this week.

Thursday, January 9, 2014
10AM to 7PM
Northwood University
Countess de Hoernie
Student Life Center
2600 N. Military Trail, WPB

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Photo from PB Post



Here is a partial list of stores:

American Eagle
Ann Taylor
Banana Republic
BJ’s Brewhouse
Calvin Klein
Cole Haan
Chico’s Outlet
Destination Maternity
Famous Footwear
Forever 21
Gap Factory
Gourmet Burgers
Guess Factory Store
Janie & Jack
Kay Jewelers
Kitchen Collection
Levi’s Outlet Store
Le Creuset
Lindt Chocolates
Mens Wearhouse
Nordstrom Rack
Nike Factory Outlet
Rack Room Shoes
Red Robin
Sunglass Hut
Watch Station
Whole Foods
Yankee Candle
You can also visit their Facebook page for more information.
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WPB Clematis Countdown 2014 Celebrations

West Palm Beach Festivities
Clematis Countdown 2014
Several Bars along Clematis Street have New Year’s Eve events, there will be many family events starting at 5pm with live entertainment, balloon drop as well as many restaurants offering special dinner and champagne toasts!

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It’s already 2014 across some part of the world.

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Holiday Tree Lighting Sand Sculpture 2013 – Clematis by Night

Everyone is invited this Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013 at Clematis by Night to watch the lighting of the Holiday sand tree “Sandi”. This is an amazing 35-foot tall, 600-ton Sand Sculpture WPB Waterfront 008sand sculpture that will be showcased with synchronized sound and light show.
This is an annual event on WPB Waterfront showcasing different sand sculptures every year.

Last time to see the sand sculpture is New Year’s Eve, December 31, 2013.

Beside the largest sand sculpture, you can also view four 25-foot sand sculptures located on the Waterfront. Although much smaller, they are very whimsical and kids will probably love these even more.

Plenty of photo opportunities and fun for the entire family.
Santa will be available from 6 to 8 pm. Come enjoy country singer Randy Houser who will perform live. The free event runs from 6 to 9 p.m.Thursday, Dec. 5th.
If you cannot make it to the show on the first night, Sandi’s synchronized sound-and-light shows will also take place nightly through December from 7:30 to 9:30 pm on the half hour.

Dec. 12: Starting on this date, holiday revelers can enjoy Dolphin Golfin’, a putt-putt course set up near Sandi sculpture. A nine-hole round of golf is $2.50
Dec. 13: Screen on the Green double feature: “The Smurfs Christmas Special” at 7 p.m. and “Polar Express” at 8 p.m.
Dec. 15: The Aloha Islanders present a Polynesian song-and-dance show at 3 p.m.
Dec. 19: Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey will return to Clematis by Night for a free 30-minute preview of their holiday show, which will take place Dec. 25-29 at the Palm Beach County Convention Center.
All Sand & Sea-Sun Greetings events are free and open to the public.
Thanks to all the organizers, this year is expecting to be one of the very best Holiday Season. So come with family and friends this Christmas season to enjoy all that West Palm Beach has to offer. We may not have snow….but we have Sand and Sea!

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See how Sandtastic team put this together in only 8 days ….watch video below!

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