Help the Palm Beach Zoo Go Nutty for Squirrel Monkeys

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Who wouldn’t want to see this adorable face? Help the Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society introduce their four squirrel monkeys,  Marge, Mary, Rocky and Sarah, to the world. The monkeys are currently living behind the scenes at the zoo, but you can help them take center stage.

Power2Give project, in conjunction with the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, is raising money for a new in-Zoo habitat for the four monkeys. Their own habitat will allow these monkeys a better life and enable zoo visitors to experience their playful, affectionate and charismatic personalities.

Any dollar amount is appreciated and all donations will be matched, so your generosity will be felt two-fold. Those able to give $500 or $1,000 will also receive the following benefits:

$500 – A special note of thanks from a squirrel monkey zookeeper, personal “Thank You” mention with your name recognized as a donor during the Grand Opening Ceremony debuting the new Squirrel Monkey habitat plus a one-of-a-kind Animal Art creation made for you by the squirrel monkeys

$1,000 – All of the above plus an additional Animal Experience (choose from the Capybara Experience, Aldabra Tortoise Experience, Sloth Experience or Black Bear Experience)

There are only three days left to make a donation, so act soon!  

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1301 Summit Boulevard
West Palm Beach, FL 33405
(561) 547-WILD (9453) /


Bring your Family to SENA’s Spook-tacular Halloween Party this Thursday at Dixie Grill & Bar

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Don’t wait until Friday to get your family’s BOO on. The South End Neighborhood Association is throwing its annual Halloween Party this Thursday at Dixie Grill and Bar. Relax on the outside patio with your family and neighbors for an evening of food, friends and fun. Kids are encouraged to dress up and participate in the costume contest.

October 30th
5:30 – 7:00
Dixie Grill and Bar
5101 S Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach
(561) 586-3189

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No Boys Allowed! Girls Discover the Fun of Science and Math in the Science Center’s GEMS Club.


Girls in grades 3-8 are invited to join the South Florida Science Center for its GEMS (Girls Excelling in Math & Science) Club on the last Tuesday of every month from 5-7 PM. This free monthly event is a great way to introduce girls to the world of STEM with hands-on activities designed to emphasize its fun possibilities. Each session will also feature an inspirational female guest speaker who has achieved a successful career in a science, technology, engineering or math field.

Check out the exciting themes for upcoming dates:
October 28- Awesome Aviation
November 25- Marine Madness
December 30- Computer Craze

Registration is required. Call (561) 370-7710 or visit