Get the Kur for Cyber Monday Stress at Kaffee’s Garden Spa

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TODAY ONLY….

Purchase The Garden Salt Kur Package at Kaffee’s Garden Spa for $120 ($40 off the regular price of $160)

This restorative three step process includes:

First: A full body dry brushing to exfoliate dry skin and increase the circulation and a warmed Himalayan Salt Stone Back Massage to remineralize the skin and relax your nervous system. 30 minutes

Second: A  30-minute renewing facial exfoliation and rehydration using Dead Sea and Himalayan salt hydrotherapy compresses.

Third: Recovery in the Salt Room to breathe in all the wellness benefits.

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(Images courtesy of Kaffee’s Garden Spa)

Salt therapy is a modern variation of the Eastern European tradition of spending time in natural salt caves for health. Kaffee’s recently introduced Salt Room is the epitome of relaxation, complete with a backlit Himalayan salt wall and zero gravity chairs.  Patrons lay back and breathe in the benefits of the micronized aerosol of purified salt mist created by a state of the art Halogenerator.

According to Kaffee Keldie, ” [Dry Salt Therapy] is a non toxic, safe holistic way to relax and improve the lung function and the skin but actually the whole of the body feels refreshed so we really like to say it is a Body Wellness Therapy”.

BOOK YOUR INDULGENCE NOW:

Kaffees Garden Spa
4100 South Dixie Highway
West Palm Beach, FL  33405
(561) 833-4483
kaffeesgardenspa.com

‘Paint & Wine’ this Father’s Day at Joyful Artist’s Studio

Joyful Artist Studio & Creative Lab

Photo courtesy of joyfulartiststudio.com

Take a break from the family festivities this father’s day Sunday, June 15th, with an afternoon wine and paint session at ‘Joyful Artist Studio’ located at 7000 S. Dixie Highway, right behind ‘A Couple Gals Full Service Salon.’

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The Rundown on the Palm Beach Zoo’s ‘Animal Encounters’

Palm Beach Zoo’s ‘animal experiences’ lets you get up close, personal photo

Photo Courtesy of Palm Beach Post

The Palm Beach Zoo has expanded its ‘Animal Encounters’ program to include a series of individual or group encounters. For prices ranging from $150 (per group, max 8) to $15 per person, you can get up close and personal with some of the zoo’s friendliest animals.

Encounters with sloths, bears, tortoises, and capybaras are all available to guests. To see the breakdown of prices and a summary of each encounter as told by Palm Beach Post Staff Writer, Staci Sturrock, check out this article and this video.

June 13th: Father’s Day Safari Night at the Palm Beach Zoo

 

Photo courtesy of Palm Beach Zoo

Friday June 13th, the Palm Beach Zoo will be hosting its weekly Safari Night from 5:30-9:30 PM. This week’s theme will be celebrating Father’s Day!

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June Only: Good Student Discount at the Palm Beach Zoo

For the month of June, The Palm Beach Zoo will be discounting the cost of a child’s regular cost admission by $1.00 for every ‘A’ on their final report card. A limit of 5 ‘A’s for the discount means that admission can be as cheap as $7.95! Copies of report cards will not be accepted. For more information, visit the event website here.

Upcoming FCAT Schedule for South Olive Elementary

It’s FCAT Season for Palm Beach County Schools! South Olive Elementary will not be allowing visitors or volunteers on campus for the following dates:

-April 16th-17th for FCAT Reading

(grades 3-5)

-April 21st-22nd for FCAT Math (grades 3-4)

and Science (grade 5).

 

5th grade students will be taking Computer based Math Assessments from April 23rd – May 2nd. Individual class schedules TBA.

 

This Weekend at the Palm Beach Zoo: Breakfast With the Bunny!

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This weekend is ‘Breakfast With the Bunny’ at the Palm Beach Zoo. Activities will include a buffet style breakfast, an egg hunt, animal encounters, and a special visit from the Easter Bunny!

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Rusty Barge by Summa Beach Finally Removed!

Summa Beach barge finally moved

Palm Beach Post

Residents of the Southend who enjoy walking or jogging along Flagler Avenue can rejoice because after 4 months, the massive rusty barge off of the coast of Summa Beach has finally been removed.

The barge was towed away on Wednesday, March 19th, after months of resident’s complaints.

(Information gathered from Palm Beach Post article.)

 

April 5th: ‘Dark Sky Party’ at the South Florida Science Center and Museum

On Saturday, April 5th, from 8-10 PM, the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium will be having a ‘Dark Sky Party’. The event will give visitors an opportunity to view astronomical objects through telescopes, learn about the solar system, the night sky, galaxies, and the universe with fun hands-on activities.

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