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Get a taste of the best barbecue Palm Beach County has to offer this weekend at the “Polish the Gem” blues and BBQ festival this weekend on Saturday from 11am - 9pm and on Sunday from 11am - 6pm at Ocean Walk. This is a great event for the whole family.

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When: Saturday from 11am - 9pm and on Sunday from 11am - 6pm

Where: Ocean Walk - 2401 North Ocean Avenue, Riviera Beach, Florida 33404

Ocean Walk

Ocean Walk is a prominent Singer Island destination, combining beach access with entertainment-driven retailers and casual, local eateries. With over 65,000 square feet of newly constructed retail space with direct oceanfront access to Singer Island’s pristine white sand beach, Ocean Walk offers unparalleled

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Located on Singer Island MacArthur is Palm Beach County’s premier state park. First established in 1989, this slice of South Florida’s natural coastline has been under preservation since. It consists of 438 acres with four different types of habitats, including strips of vegetation with tropical trees and plant species, a large estuary, beach dunes, and a Limestone Rock Reef.

Stand up paddle boarding or kayaking are some of the best ways to experience the state park, giving access and close-up views to all the different natural habitats, especially the estuary. Paddle Boarding Palm Beach is the official paddle board tour company of the park, offering rentals and guided SUP tours.

With around 7 different plant species and 22 animal species that

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The beautiful John D. MacArthur Beach State Park on the northern end of Singer Island is a great place to enjoy nature at any time. There's a beach, fishing pier, walking trails, nature center with cool animals and more. On top of that, the "Friends" of the park often host super fun events like concerts and family-fun days as well as educational events like beach clean ups and different guest speaker series. Here's what's planned so far in October:

Saturday, October 13th- Beach Cleanup 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

About: "Ocean trash can entrap and strangle ocean wildlife including endangered sea turtles. Please join us to preserve our water ways. Community service hours will be provided for school aged participants." 

Wednesday, October 17th- Cruisin' Food

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