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Apr 20, 2018
10 Ways To Spend Mother's Day In The Palm Beaches
From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on May 12, and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on May 13, soak up the flora and fauna of eight show-stopping private gardens between Delray Beach and Palm Beach Gardens. Proceeds from the tour ($25 for members; $35 for non-members) benefit Mounts Botanical Garden of Palm Beach County.531 N. Military Trail, West Palm Beach; 561.233.1757; mounts.org/event-list/connoisseurs-garden-tourGet Pampered at PGA National Resort & SpaPhoto courtesy of PGA National Resort & SpaGive Mom the gift of indulgent relaxation this Mother’s Day. A lavender-themed treatment menu at The Spa at PGA National Resort & Spa presents blissful options like a Lavender Escape Massage or an aromatherapy-infused facial. Plus, buy a $350 gift card to the spa and you’ll earn a one-night stay as a bonus. Spa visitors on Mother’s Day will be treated to a complimentary selection of teas and sweets from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Hungry for more? Head to Ironwood Steak & Seafood for an unlimited buffet from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. with highlights like Cuban French toast, prime rib, salmon, Alaskan king crab legs and more. 400 Ave. of the Champions, Palm Beach Gardens; 800.863.2819; pgaresort.comJoin the In-Crowd at Grandview Public MarketPhoto courtesy of Grandview Public MarketHead to West Palm Beach’s newest hotspot, Grandview Public Market. It’s South Florida’s answer to New York City’s food hall concept Chelsea Market. Mother’s Day specials are set to include half-off rosé at Clare’s (best accompanied by chicken and waffles), plus brunch and aguas frescas at Zipitios. Whatever you do, don’t miss the rolled ice cream at Crema—it’s dessert and a show.1401 Clare Ave., West Palm Beach; 561.771.6100; grandviewpublic.com/eventsLive It Up Seaside in Singer IslandPhoto courtesy of Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa Is adventure Mom’s favorite pasttime? Book the Capture the Moments Made at the Beach package at Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa (starting at $574 per night; minimum of two nights) for a beachfront stay complete with a waterproof GoPro HERO4 action camera, which guests get to keep. Snorkel the offshore reef or just lounge by the oceanfront pool for a stay sure to rejuvenate. 3800 N. Ocean Drive, Riviera Beach; 561.340.1700; palmbeachmarriottresort.comFeasts Fit for a Queen at CityPlacePhoto courtes...Sep 14, 2016
Florida native plants get spotlight on garden tour
From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., tour participants can visit six gardens featuring flora and fauna native to the Sunshine State. The Wilson garden in Delray Beach and the Casamento, Martin, Tramell, Balosie and Furman gardens in Boca Raton will be part of the tour.
"Florida native plants create sustainable landscapes," Lerner said. "Our mission is to promote preservation, conservation and restoration. Without native plants, you lose the natural food chain and things start to deteriorate. In this age of droughts, bees dying and global warming, I want the Palm Beach County Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society to be a steward for saving the planet."
One of the challenges Lerner said native plants have faced is the desire for people who move here to have something familiar planted from where they used to live.
"People come to Florida and often want plants that are grown in other places," she said. "They want something very colorful and that feels tropical, but isn't from here and this does absolutely nothing to help our local species of butterflies and other animals."
For the tour, Lerner said a docent will be present at each garden to answer questions and assist tour participants with tips and advice on how to plant native plants and trees at their own homes.
"The tour will be a great way for people to educate themselves on native species," she said.
This year, for the first time, the chapter is also having a ph... (Sun Sentinel)Sep 7, 2016
Workshops prepare students for High Holidays
He also spoke to them about the High Holidays and the reason why we blow the shofar in a very nice way."
Mia Levine, 9, of Delray Beach, who attended the Shofar Factory, said about the workshop: "It was so cool. We learned where shofars come from, why we can't use cow's horns because they're not kosher and he [Gutnick] explained why we use the shofars."
Mia also said: "He [Gutnick] taught us how to blow the shofar so on Rosh Hashanah we'll know how to blow the shofar."
Mia's sister, Talia Levine, 7, also participated in the Shofar Factory and like her older sibling, felt she learned a lot in the workshop that has increased her excitement for the upcoming High Holidays.
Both these workshops are two of approximately 15 hands-on interactive ones that Gutnick brings to students every year to teach them about Jewish holidays, traditions and values. Visit chabadyouthfl.com or call 917-833-5393 for more information or to bring these workshops to your own institution.
(Sun Sentinel)Jul 27, 2016
Former Atlantic standout Brandon Flowers to host charity event
San Diego Chargers cornerback Brandon Flowers will host a charity event at his alma mater next week to benefit local children in need.
The Delray Beach native’s inaugural “Back to School Bash” will feature live music, a school supply giveaway and an essay contest for 250 children. The event will take place on July 20th at Atlantic High School, with Hits 97.3 Jim Bell and DJ World Tour scheduled to be on hand. The “Back to School Bash” is already sold out and not open to the public.
A Delray Beach native, Flowers starred as a defensive back at Atlantic High School and then played at Virginia Tech. Following his collegiate career, he was selected in the second round of the 2008 NFL Draft by Kansas City. Flowers spent six years with the Chiefs, earning Pro Bowl honors in 2013.
Flowers signed a one-year contract with San Diego in 2014 and re-signed with the team for a four-year, $36 million deal.
(Sun Sentinel (blog))May 18, 2016
Mother's Day: Flowers are blooming at botanical gardens
Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, Delray Beach, Fla.
Say “okasan arigato,” or “thank you, mom” and celebrate this Mother’s Day at Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens in Delray Beach. Set on 16 acres, this sprawling historic garden is split into six diverse gardens inspired by different historical periods and styles in Japanese gardening. There is also a wonderful bonsai tree exhibit. On Mother's Day, the onsite restaurant will be serving some special menu items in honor of mom, and afterwards you can treat her to some retail therapy at the gift shop, which focuses on Japanese-inspired crafts.
3. Santa Barbara Botanical Garden, Santa Barbara, Calif.
At the Santa Barbara Botanical Garden, the entire family, including the dog, is welcome to celebrate Mother's Day with a special picnic. Head to the garden website to book the Poppy Picnic package, which includes entrance to the garden for the whole family (both four and two-legged members) and a poppy-themed picnic basket filled with yummy delicacies that can be eaten in the garden's orange poppy meadow (it's also filled with purple lupine and other wildflowers). This garden is known for showcasing California's iconic landscapes and offers visitors a chance to experience all the state's fauna – including redwood forests and desert plants – in one location.
4. Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, Belmont, N.C.
Mother's Day is celebrated all weekend at the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden when moms get free admission, and there's plenty of live music, carriage rides and family crafts to partake in. Book a picnic basket in advance, and have lunch amidst the flowers (the garden is home to some 400 different species). There will also be a food truck on hand, Italian ice will be sold, and you can even treat mom to a morning mimosa.
5. Heritage Museums & Gardens, Sandwich, Mass.
At Heritage Museums & Gardens moms get free admission on Sunday, May 8 in honor of Mother's Day. Located on 100 acres, Heritage is home to a number of specialty gardens, including world-famous rhododendrons, and a bulb river made of 35,000 grape hyacinths and 1,500 daffodils. Nature tra... (USA TODAY)Feb 3, 2016
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