Help Us Send Off Our Jupiter High School Band The Right Way!

10333237_10205485273117808_5875934300923657346_oYou are invited to the Velocity Community Credit Union Stadium at the Jupiter High School in Jupiter, Florida tomorrow night Thursday, November 13 at 8:00pm for a full dress rehearsal from our wonderful Spirit of Jupiter Marching Band before they head for the state championships. They will be performing their fabulous show “One Tribe” which took first place out of many other competing bands last week at the Striking Cobra Invitational even bands that were much larger than theirs. The event is free to the public and there will be happy grams and light concessions available for purchase. There will also be a fantastic bake sale to help fundraise for this great band at the event, so please consider donating some homemade or store bought goods to benefit the band. Volunteers are also needed before the show so please contact them if you are interested in helping out in some way.

The Spirit Of Jupiter:

Phone: (561) 744-7921




It Is Manatee Awareness Month!

manateeAll year round you can see the gentle giant that is the Manatee roam throughout South Florida and their magic is sure to exceed all of your expectations. However, sightings do tend to be more frequent during the months of November to April.

During these months Manatees tend to head to warmer water in places like freshwater springs and other places where the water temps stay more constant year round. These endangered species despite their size have very little body fat and need warmer water to survive and thrive. As the winter months bring colder weather and colder water we see Manatees travel inland offering kayakers, paddle boarders, and boaters the perfect opportunity to catch a glimpse of these truly majestic creatures. Seeing a large gathering of Manatees in one place is an absolutely magnificent thing but it is very important to mind your “Manatee Manners” and remember that these gentle see cows are there for survival so please enjoy looking but do not disturb them.

It is very important during Manatee Awareness Month and throughout the months from November to April that you obey all speed zones in order to protect our beloved manatee sanctuaries. Before you go out boating during manatee season be sure you become familiar with Florida’s rules for boating on waterways during this time of year. Keep your vessel away from the manatee sanctuaries and find a safe place to anchor while manatee watching. Please help us as we concentrate our efforts in order to protect and amplify the healthy habitats for our growing manatee population.

Event At Roger Dean Stadium!

abacoa1Victoria Events LLC. and the Roger Dean Stadium are hosting the 3rd Annual Neighborhood Food And Business Showcase Sunday November the 2nd from 11am to 3pm. The event is free to the public and this family fun day is sure to exceed any and all of your expectations. There will be sample foods donated by 35 fabulous local restaurants and 200 local businesses will be giving away coupons, discount cards, and a variety of promotional items making this an event you truly cant miss. The event will also play host to an outstanding chili cook off with prizes for first, second, and third places. A silent auction and a raffle will be held to benefit the wonderful organization Speak Up! For Kids. There will also be a fantastic kids zone where the kids can hang out and play fully equipped with a clown, bounce house, balloons, face painting, prizes, and so much more. For more info on this event please call (561) 385-3736.

Roger Dean Stadium:

Address: 4751 Main Street Jupiter, Florida 33458

Phone: (561) 775-1818



The 12th Annual Feast Of Little Italy!

foll2You are invited to Abacoa in Jupiter Florida from November the 7th to the 9th for the twelfth annual Feast Of Little Italy. This event is designed to share old traditions while creating new memories and it is billed to be one not to miss out on. So come take this cultural and culinary journey that will be filled with some truly outstanding authentic Italian food, art, music, tradition and so much more. You will be able to enjoy numerous great attractions that including festival rides, cooking demos, wine seminars, bocce games, an art pavilion, numerous entertainment venues, many food and non-food vendors, and pretty much anything else you can think of. You are sure to fall in love with the Feast Of Little Italy and it is will have you going back year after year.

The 12th Annual Feast Of Little Italy:

Location: The Abacoa Town Center 1200 University Blvd Jupiter, Florida 33458

Phone: (561) 427-0500



Jupiter Florida’s Art And Culture!

jf2The Jupiter Florida area is a highly sought after warm and tropical waterfront oasis that is a truly wonderful place to live, work, and play. Brimming with diversity it has so much to offer including a great deal of art and culture. Here is a list of the top nine museums, galleries, theaters, etc. that the town of Jupiter has for you to enjoy and explore.

1) The Burt Reynolds And Friends Museum:

  • Phone: (561) 743-9955
  • Address: 100 North US Highway One Jupiter, Florida 33477

2) The Dubois Pioneer Home:

  • Address: 805 North US Highway One Jupiter, Florida 33477
  • Phone: (561) 747-6639

3) The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse:

  • Address: 805 North US Highway One Jupiter, Florida 33477
  • Phone: (561) 747-6639

4) The Maltz Jupiter Theatre:

  • Address: 1001 East Indiantown Road Jupiter, Florida 33477
  • Phone: (561) 743-2666

5) The River Center:

  • Address: 805 North US Highway One Jupiter, Florida 33477
  • Phone: (561) 743-7123

6) The Florida History Center And Museum:

  • Address: 805 North US Highway One Jupiter, Florida 33477
  • Phone: (561) 743-7123

7) The Hibel Museum Gallery:

  • Address: 1200 Town Center Drive Jupiter, Florida 33477
  • Phone: (561) 622-1380

8) The Profile International Art Gallery:

  • Address: 50 South US Highway One Jupiter, Florida 33458
  • Phone: (561) 622-1380

9) The Loxahatchee River Historical Society

  • Address: 500 Captain Armours Way Jupiter, Florida 33469
  • Phone: (561) 747-8380