Happy Hour Specials for this Friday, February 28th!
This Satuday at 9:00 AM, March 1st, Phipps Park Youth Baseball will be having its opening game. This year marks the Park’s 62nd year of youth baseball! West Palm Beach Mayor, Ms. Jeri Muoio is expected to be there, as well as City Commissioner Shanon Materio and other VIP guests. It should be a very fun event with food, a good crowd, activities, and a great game! Parking will be limited so make sure to get there a little early.
Date: Saturday, March 1st
Place: Phipps Park Baseball
Time: 9:00 AM
The 13th annual Race for the Arts 5K and 2nd annual Color Me 4k run/walk will be held Saturday, March 1st, at Dreher Park. The money raised will be used to support arts programs in Palm Beach County Schools. There will be music, dancing, student art work, raffles, and games before and after the race.
On Wednesday, February 26th, from 6:00 to 8:00 PM, the Palm Beach Post will be hosting an evening of cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and great discussion about conservation. Mr. Syd Kitson, President and CEO of Kitson & Partners and former NFL player, will be speaking to attendees about his plan to build a solar-powered city, Babcock Ranch, in Southwest Florida.
At 7 PM on Friday, February 28th, the Palm Beach Zoo will be showing the movie ‘Rio 3D’ for its first ever ‘ZOOvies’ presentation. This event will be the first ever outdoor 3D movie event in Florida and it’s happening right here in the Southend. You won’t want to miss this!
On Friday, February 28th, the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium will be hosting a gem and rock themed ‘Night at the Museum’ party for the whole family. Visitors will get the opportunity to look and learn about rare and common rocks from around the world. Attendees will also have the opportunity to buy rocks that they might be interested in adding to their collection. Continue reading
This Saturday February 22nd the Palm Beach India Association will be hosting its 11th annual India Fest at Meyer Amphitheater in downtown West Palm Beach. This festival will be open 11 AM – 9 PM and is free to the public. A very popular event, over 14,000 people are expected to attend the one day festival. There will be delicious regional cuisine, classical and folk dancing, fashion shows, and booths where vendors will be selling crafts and imported goods. Continue reading
Fishing on Flagler: Mangrove Snapper
Native to the Atlantic, the mangrove snapper can be found in a wide variety of habitats, including the waters of the intracoastal waterway right off of Flagler.
A medium sized fish, usually weighing between 2-10 lbs, the mangrove snapper, or gray snapper, is usually a greyish red color, but can change color from coppery to bright red. When seen from above the water, it appears to have a dark stripe running through its eye.