September 1st – 30th – Flavor Palm Beach @ Local Restaurants. Flavor Palm Beach returns with month-long restaurant promotions that let customers enjoy prix fixe three-course lunch and dinner menus for $20 – $45. Jupiter restaurants include: Craft Bar Kitchen, Nitrogen, Rustic Inn, Sinclair’s Ocean Grill at Jupiter Beach Resort, and Tommy Bahama.
September 1st, 5 p.m. – Dinner Theater: Shell of a Man @ Another Broken Egg Cafe, 117 North Coastal Way, Jupiter. Enjoy a delicious prix fixe menu before taking in local writer Donna Carbone’s play, Shell of a Man. According to Carbone, Shell of a Man is based on the life of an actual Vietnam veteran and focuses on the effects of his 40 plus year battle with PTSD. Her goal is to personalize this much talked about but barely understood condition in order to raise awareness of the need for better healthcare for our men and women in uniform. Tickets may be ordered by calling 561-385-1584.
September 2nd, 7 p.m. – Night Hike @ Riverbend Park, 9060 West Indiantown Road, Jupiter. Learn about nocturnal creatures as you enjoy a guided walk along the trails. Call John Welch at 561-741-1359 for reservations. CANCELLED
September 3rd, 8 a.m. – Friends of Jupiter Beach Cleanup @ Ocean Cay Park, southeast corner of US Hwy. 1 at 2188 Marcinski Road. Friends of Jupiter Beach has been organizing beach cleanups on the FIRST Saturday of every month since 1994. Volunteers, ages 4 to 84 and multiple generations, arrive from 15 area zip codes to help remove trash & recyclables, then gather for a delightful continental breakfast & “thanks for coming” door prizes. A project that began with a handful of volunteers has evolved into a significant force for environmental care for our marine environment. Today, on average, 210 volunteers help remove an estimated 490 pounds of garbage on this 2 1/2 mile stretch of beach plus the Jupiter Inlet every single month! Our good friends at Rapid Removal donate their time and truck to haul away recyclables, another benefit for our environment. Our efforts to educate the public to “remove trash”, “take it home with you” and “keep the beach clean & dog-friendly” are ongoing. MEET: 8:00am SHARP every First Saturday of the Month! Ocean Cay Park, southeast corner of US Hwy. 1 at 2188 Marcinski Road. (North of Donald Ross Rd., South of Indiantown Rd.) Anita Lankler Pavilion (which faces the beach road.) We clean a 2 ½ mile stretch from the Juno Beach Pier to the southern edge of Carlin Park (crossovers 22-59). Some sections require driving; some sections require walking. We are finished by 10am sharp. Dogs stay home today! ARRIVE WEARING: Closed-toe shoes, hats, sunscreen, bug spray. NO FLIP FLOPS. Protect arms and legs.
September 3rd, 8:00 a.m. – Hike Through History @ the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum, 500 Captain Armour’s Way, Jupiter. Take a two-mile hike through Jupiter’s National Conservation Lands historic site as you learn about the natural flora and fauna plus local history. For reservations, call 561-747-8380 Ext. 101.
JUP Girl’s Live Local Music Pick of the Week:
September 3rd, 7 p.m. – Across the Universe @ Double Roads Tavern 251 South U.S. Highway One, Suite One, Jupiter. Let someone hold your hand for this Beatles tribute concert.