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Located at FAU Jupiter, the new Stiles-Nicholson Brain Institute building, opening Fall 2022, will provide 60,000-square-feet of space to house more than 100 researchers and the projected six new research centers, covering research from the mechanisms of Alzheimer’s to supercomputing that examines large data sets from molecules to neural activity. This new state-of-the-art facility will increase access to innovative STEM programs, bringing more opportunities for collaborative research for generations of scientists to come.

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Florida Atlantic University’s Stiles-Nicholson Brain Institute launched a unique partnership to train the next generation of brain scientists through the Neuroscience Graduate Program (NGP). The innovative, multi-campus Ph.D. program blends a as a key element in FAU’s pursuit of groundbreaking interdisciplinary neuroscience research.

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Disorders of the brain present serious challenges throughout our society, particularly among affected individuals and their loved ones. Through transformative neuroscience research and scholarship, FAU’s Stiles-Nicholson Brain Institute is building the future of brain health and training the next generation of scientists and researchers through advanced STEM education.

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Nationally, more than one million adults are diagnosed annually with a chronic brain disease or disorder, including Parkinson’s Disease and Alzheimer’s Disease.

Approximately 1 in 54 children is diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. Suicide is the second leading cause of death among individuals between the ages of 10 and 34, and the fourth leading cause of death among individuals between the ages of 35 and 44 Drug abuse and addiction cost American society more than $740 billion annually in lost work place productivity, healthcare expenses, and crime-related costs.

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JUPITER | OCTOBER 202210OCTOBER 2022 Contents Features 58 VANLEHELEN 38 Connected to Nature Former model Karin Taylor offers therapeutic animal interaction at Mandalay Farms in Jupiter By Judy Martel 46 On the Road Powerhouse couple Jack Lighton and Giovanni Di Stadio take on new leadership roles in conservation as they continue to live the RV life By Tracy Marcello 54 20 + Ways to Simplify Your Life Clever solutions to invigorate, organize, and make your days a little bit easier By Kerry Shorr 58 Simply Beautiful Say yes to clean lines, neutral tones, and a relaxed, fuss-free vibe Photography by Helen Le Van

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JUPITER | OCTOBER 202212 Contents NUTTLEJASONHORSTKRISTY MITTERMEIERCRISTINA In Every Issue 18 Editor’s Note 20 Publisher’s Note 97 Flavor Foodie news and dining guide 108 Hot Shots Photos from recent events 112 Calendar What to do and see this month 128 Surf Report What’s up on jupitermag.com, plus “Instaworthy” reader pics The Local 25 Around Town Loggerhead’s new CEO, recipes and tabletop tips for “the modern hippie,” eco-friendly swaps 28 Character Shondia McFadden-Sabari spreads breast cancer awareness through her nonprofit, Bold and Breastless 30 Wellness Jupiter nutrition coach Kat Warner shares her favorite simple, on-the-go snacks 32 Off the Charts Palm Beach Gardens’ Natalie Lucia enjoys fishing trips with the gals on her Valhalla Boatworks V-33 34 Wanderlust Plan a staycation in ever-evolving Tampa at the five-star JW Marriott Tampa Water Street 36 The Goods Ramp up your next at-home happy hour with these locally sold cocktail accoutrements ©2022 Palm Beach Media Group North LLC. All rights reserved. Jupiter Magazine is published monthly except June and August by Palm Beach Media Group North LLC, P.O. Box 3344, Palm Beach, FL 33480. Known office of the publication 1000 N. Dixie Hwy., Suite C, West Palm Beach, FL 33401. Postage paid at West Palm Beach, FL and at additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Ju piter Magazine c/o Palm Beach Media Group North LLC, P.O. Box 3344, Palm Beach, FL 33480. Subscription price: $29.95 per year. Outside U.S. add $35 per year for postage and handling. Send subscription orders to: Subscription Department, Jupiter Magazine, P.O. Box 3344, Palm Beach, FL, 33480 or email circulation@palmbeachmedia.com. Vol. 22, No. 8, October 2022. Jupiter Magazine and Palm Beach Media Group North LLC retain exclusive rights to all editorial and photographic materials used, which cannot be reproduced in any manner without our written consent. 28 25 ON COVERTHE Photographer: Steven Martine / Tequesta resident and former model/actress Karin Taylor shot by Jupiter Magazine on location at Mandalay Farms 46

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JUPITER | OCTOBER 202216 PUBLISHERS OF: Palm Beach Illustrated • Naples Illustrated • Fort Lauderdale Illustrated • Jupiter Magazine • Stuart Magazine Aventura • Vero Beach Magazine • Florida Design • Florida Design Naples • Florida Design Miami • Florida Design Sourcebook • Palm Beach Charity Register • Naples Charity Register • Palm Beach Relocation Guide Southwest Florida Relocation Guide • Traditions: The Breakers • Fifth Avenue South • Palm Beach 100 Naples 100 • Art & Culture: Cultural Council for Palm Beach County • Pinnacle: Jupiter Medical Center Foundation • The Jewel of Palm Beach: The Mar-a-Lago Club • Naples on the Gulf: Naples Chamber of Commerce • Waypoints: Naples Yacht Club • Community Report: Collier Community Foundation Advances: Tampa General Hospital • Fisher Island Club Magazine • Naples Realtor: Naples Area Board of REALTORS • Official XII FIP World Polo Championship Magazine In Memoriam Ronald J. Woods (1935-2013) PALM BEACH ME DIA GROUP Group Publisher Terry Duffy Sales Director Deidre Wade Editorial Director Daphne Nikolopoulos Chief Operating Officer Todd Schmidt Publisher Tanya Lorigan AccountADVERTISINGExecutive Kathy Breen Advertising Services Coordinators Rebecca Desir, Elizabeth Hackney ProductionPRODUCTIONDirector Selene M. Ceballo Production Manager Kayla Earle Digital Pre-Press Specialist George Davis Advertising Design Coordinators Jeffrey Rey, Anaely J. Perez Vargas Production Coordinator Ileana Caban OPERATIONSITManager Keith Gonzalez Distribution Manager Judy Heflin Circulation Manager Marjorie Leiva Circulation Promotions Manager Marcos Alviar Logistics Manager Omar Morales Circulation Assistant Elizabeth Gillespie Accounting Specialist Mary Beth Cook Accounts Receivable Specialist Ana Coronel HOUR MEDIA, LLC CEO Stefan Wanczyk President John Balardo JUPITER MAGAZINE OCT 25 - NOV 13, 2022 BOOK BY MARSHALL BRICKMAN AND RICK ELICE MUSIC BY BOB GAUDIO | LYRICS BY BOBCREWE PRISCILLA HEUBLEIN AND CAROL AND JACK PARKER AND JOHN OSHER AT THE MALTZ JUPITER THEATRE FEBRUARYGOODPEOPLE12-26,2023 BY DAVID LINDSAY-ABAIRE JODIE & DAN HUNT AND THE ROY A. HUNT FOUNDATION AND PRISCILLA HEUBLEIN KATHY AND JOE SAVARESE JANA & KEN KAHN LRP MEDIA GROUP CORNELIA T. BAILEY FOUNDATION JANUARYSWEETCHARITY10-29,2023MUSIC BY CY COLEMAN LYRICS BY DOROTHY FIELDS ONTHEWAYTOTHEFORUMAFUNNYT SUZANNE NIEDLAND IN LOVING MEMORY OF AS TRUSTEES OF THE JEFF HUNTER CHARITABLE TRUST NOVEMBER 29 - DECEMBER 18, 2022 BOOK BY BURT SHEVELOVE AND LARRY GELBART MUSIC AND LYRICS BY STEPHEN SONDHEIM OCTOBERJERSEYBOYS25-NOVEMBER 13, 2022 BOOK BY MARSHALL BRICKMAN AND RICK ELICE MUSIC BY BOB GAUDIO | LYRICS BY BOB CREWE OLIV ER! MARCH 14 - APRIL 2, 2023 BOOK, MUSIC AND LYRICS BY LIONEL BART SPONSORED BY: THE NAPIER FAMILY FEBRUARYGOODPEOPLE12-26,2023 BY DAVID LINDSAY-ABAIRE JODIE AND DAN HUNT AND THE ROY A. HUNT FOUNDATION AND PRISCILLA HEUBLEIN KATHY AND JOE S JANA AND KEN KAHN JANUARYSWEETCHARITY10-29,2023 BOOK BY NEIL SIMON MUSIC BY CY COLEMAN LYRICS BY DOROTHY FIELDS SPONSORED BY: JOHN OSHER AND OCTOBERJERSEYBOYS25-NOVEMBER 13, 2022 BOOK BY MARSHALL BRICKMAN AND RICK ELICE MUSIC BY BOB GAUDIO | LYRICS BY BOB CREWE OLIV ER! MARCH 14 - APRIL 2, 2023 BOOK, MUSIC AND LYRICS BY LIONEL BART SPONSORED BY: THE NAPIER FAMILY IN MEMORY OF RICHARD J KATZ FEBRUARYPEOPLE12-26,2023 DAVIDSPONSOREDLINDSAY-ABAIREBY: JODIE AND DAN HUNT THE ROY A. HUNT FOUNDATION PRISCILLA HEUBLEIN KATHY AND JOE SAVARESE JANA AND KEN KAHN LRP MEDIA GROUP CORNELIA T. FOUNDATIONBAILEY CHARITY JANUARY 10 - 29, 2023 BOOK BY NEIL SIMON COLEMAN LYRICS BY DOROTHY FIELDS THEFORUMHA SUZANNE NIEDLAND IN LOVING MEMORY OF ART AND MEG NIEDLAND MARJORIE YASHAR AND GERRY GIBIAN AND MARTY AND DOUGLAS JAFFE AS TRUSTEES OF THE HUNTER CHARITABLE TRUST NOVEMBER 29 - DECEMBER 18, 2022 BURT SHEVELOVE AND LARRY GELBART LYRICS BY STEPHEN SONDHEIM NOVEMBERBOYS 13, 2022 MARSHALL BRICKMAN AND RICK ELICE GAUDIO | LYRICS BY BOB CREWE OLIV ER! MARCH 14 - APRIL 2, 2023 MUSIC AND LYRICS BY LIONEL BART THE NAPIER FAMILY MEMORY OF RICHARD J KATZ FEBRUARYGOODPEOPLE12-26,2023 BY DAVID LINDSAY-ABAIRE AND THE ROY A. HUNT FOUNDATION KATHY AND JOE SAVARESE JANA AND KEN KAHN LRP MEDIA GROUP CORNELIA T. FOUNDATIONBAILEY JANUARY 10 - 29, 2023 SPONSORED BY: JOHN OSHER ANDAND OCTOBERJERSEYBOYS25-NOVEMBER 13, 2022 BOOK BY MARSHALL BRICKMAN AND RICK ELICE MUSIC BY BOB GAUDIO | LYRICS BY BOB CREWE MARCH 14 - APRIL 2, 2023 BOOK, MUSIC AND LYRICS BY LIONEL BART SPONSORED BY: THE NAPIER FAMILY IN MEMORY OF RICHARD J KATZ SPONSORED BY TI CK ETS ON SALE NOW! Sponsors as of 8/29/2022 NOV 29 - DEC 18, 2022 BOOK BY BURTSHEVELOVE AND LARRY GELBART MUSIC AND LYRICS BYSTEPHENSONDHEIM JAN 10 - 29, 2023 BOOK BY NEILSIMON MUSIC BYCYCOLEMAN LYRICS BY DOROTHY FIELDS MAR 14 - APR 2, 2023 BOOK, MUSIC AND LYRICS BY LIONEL BART FEB 12 - 26, 2023 BY DAVID LINDSAY-ABAIRE

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From left: Karin Taylor, Emily Pantelides and Thomas Tobin of Pantelides PR, and me on the farm; I got to hold an adorable baby lemur—so cute!

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Some people have taken the idea of simplifying and downsizing all the way by embracing the van life. This, for me, is the ultimate dream—which is why I am so enthralled by the life Jack Lighton and Gio Di Stadio have carved out for themselves. As you probably know, Jack led Loggerhead Marinelife Center for more than seven years, and his husband, Gio, ran a luxury interior design business in Palm Beach. A few years ago, they sold their home, bought a motor coach, and hit the road for a life of adventure. Since then, they have been traveling around the country and spending some time up in Vancouver Island to strategize with the team at SeaLegacy, where both have brand new leadership roles. Find out what they’re doing with the renowned international ocean conservation organization and more in “On the Road,” starting on page 46.

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Our October issue is so jam-packed with great content, these two features are just the tip of the iceberg. So I will leave you to it—I hope you enjoy the issue!

Peace and blessings,

B ehind the S cene S

I did that 10 years ago, packing up and leaving New York City for Florida, and I’m so happy I did. I adore Jupiter and everything about the lifestyle in my adopted home, equally drawn to both the coastline and the rural farm areas to the west. If I could live in a beachfront condo and on a farm full of animals at the same time, I totally would.

Slowing it down

f the state of the real estate market in South Florida has taught us anything, it’s that the idea of living a simpler, more relaxed life is appealing to more and more people these days. Folks are ditching their big city lives and moving down to our area to bask in the chilldom by the thousands, drawn to our beachside bliss, year-round access to pleasant temps and the great outdoors, and overall happy vibe.

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When I visited Karin Taylor at her Mandalay Farms prop erty in Jupiter for our cover shoot, I admit I was more than a tad envious. It’s just so serene and absolutely beautiful. Plus, she has a menagerie of adorable animals including wallabies, kangaroos, lemurs, horses, goats, monkeys, and more. A Florida native, Karin spent years living in major cities around the globe, working as a model and actress, and now she is enjoying the “simple life” here in Jupiter while doing what she can to help the community. She invites local at-risk and special needs children to Mandalay to interact with the animals, and she has more plans for the farm going forward. Read all about it in “Connected to Nature,” beginning on page 38.

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ctober marks the start of season in the Palm Beaches, and Jupiter Magazine is raring and ready to go with the many events we will be sponsoring over the coming months.

To jump-start our altruistic endeavors, we’ve compiled a list of charities and organizations you can sup port in our annual Charity Datebook (page 73). Each organization’s listing includes a little bit about its mission and an event you can attend to show your support. If there is a local organization you would like Jupiter Magazine to work with in the future, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me.

As we enter another season, I am honored to continue to represent our community and support our local causes and businesses. I’m here to help in any way that I can.

We invite you to enjoy our October issue and to continue visiting jupitermag.com, where you can sign up for our Insider’s Guide weekly newsletter to keep up with current events and news.

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October also heralds the holidays, with Halloween kicking things off. Although my husband and I no longer roam the neighborhood trick-or-treating with our kids, we still enjoy a few adult-themed Halloween activities. It’s always a treat to see costumed little ones toddling about on All Hallows’ Eve, even as we adapt to the comfort of our largely empty nest.

I am so thankful for the friends and business associates I was able to spend time with over the past few months. Summer is always a great time to reflect on the community and to focus on the many causes we support. Palm Beach Media Group publishes more than 30 magazines in Florida, from Vero Beach to Miami to Naples. And with such reach and influence comes a responsibility to support local organizations, their causes, fundraisers, and events.

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The book title is a reference to a lifestyle that Thomas embraces. “A modern hippie is someone who can slow down and be present,” she explains. This philosophy is one that Thomas says is espe cially important during meals. “I believe in intentional gathering, not just being around a table but showing up. Meals are about celebrating everyday life in your home.”

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Her family—husband Christian, daughter Ella, and son Brayden—served as taste-testers for the book. “My kids are so proud of me,” says Thomas. “They witnessed a very hard jour ney, and now I’m able to leave this cookbook as a legacy.”

Lucky for us, Thomas decided to divulge all of her secrets in a new lifestyle cookbook, The Modern Hippie Table, out this month. Her debut cookbook features a variety of recipes—some indulgent and some healthy—plus ideas for how to make meals to remember. “I grew up in a family that loved to entertain,” says the Jupiter native. “Being around a table is an important part of life for me.”

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Clockwise from far left: Whole roasted lemon herb chicken; The Modern Hippie Table cookbook; pear gorgonzola salad; Lauren Thomas.

The Moder n Hippie Table is available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and local bookstores. Visit themodernhippieway.com for a complete list of retailers. And turn the page for one of Thomas’ simple yet impressive recipes that is sure to have guests asking for more. —Valerie Staggs

During the pandemic, Thomas decided to translate some of her favorite family recipes as well as others inspired by her travels into a book. With fun sections like “Girls Can Grill,”

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auren Thomas is that friend we are all envious of at times because she has mastered the art of entertaining. She’ll serve craft cocktails and invite you to sit down to a four-course dinner at a spectacular table adorned with freshly cut tropical foliage plucked from her backyard. And she makes it look so easy.

the book offers time-saving tips, a tablescaping how-to guide, and sample menus along with Thomas’s favorite recipes.

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Where does your love of marine science come from?

ndy Dehart, the new president and chief executive officer of Loggerhead Marinelife Center, brings more than 30 years of experience in the marine industry and environmental conservation to the internationally known center. The former vice president of animal husbandry and marine conservation at the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science in Miami is passionate about his new role at Loggerhead. “Nobody does it better than Loggerhead,” he says. “The center has 100 percent dedication to conservation and research.” The Palm Beach Gardens resident is looking forward to making Loggerhead stronger and more vibrant than ever. Read on to learn more about him and his plans. marinelife.org —Valerie Staggs

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We are able to show the oceans’ ecosystems through the eyes of sea turtles and expose more people to marine science. Marine science needs more inclusion and diversity. I love that we provide spectacular programming and that we are freely giving away that experience.

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Preheat oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit and place a popover pan in the oven to warm. In a large bowl, mix the flour, salt, milk, eggs, and melted butter. In the popover pan, place one piece of remaining butter into each cup and return pan to the oven until the butter is bub bly, about 1 to 2 minutes. Remove pan from the oven and spray the tops and insides of the cups with cooking oil spray. Fill each cup about two-thirds of the way with batter and bake for 20 minutes. Turn the temperature down to 300 degrees and continue baking for another 5 to 8 minutes, or until the popovers are golden brown on top. Remove pan from the oven and, using tongs, carefully transfer each popover from the pan to a cooling rack. Let cool for 5 minutes, then transfer the pop overs to a platter or a napkin-lined basket and serve with honey on the side for drizzling.

Andy Dehart conducting a fish diversity and density survey in New Providence, Bahamas

My dad was a U.S. Navy hard hat diver. He always loved the ocean. I first snorkeled when I was 4 and saw my first shark when I was 5. I started working at the National Aquarium when I was 15.

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What makes you excited about moving from Miami to Palm Beach County?

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I love the commitment we have here to public spaces and conserving nature!

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This body serum by Uni is like nothing I’ve ever tried before. Think of a hydrating face serum but for your body. It’s not greasy and makes your skin so soft and smooth—and the packaging is plastic-free, reusable, and refillable.

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One World Zero Waste lotion flowers, $18 each, oneworld-zerowaste.com

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Locally, I love One World Zero Waste in Tequesta, a store dedicated to a cleaner tomorrow. Everything is handmade locally right here in Jupiter. I recently brought my son with me so he could learn why we shouldn’t use Ziplocs for his sammies anymore. One of the owners introduced me to these snack bags, which you can just pop in the washer and reuse. Their biggest seller is the NonPaper Towels. The 100-percent cotton flannel towels cling to each other and fit right on a paper towel holder, and they come in tons of patterns. I also fell in love with the lotion flowers (to replace plastic soap bottles) made with organic ingredients.

By now, we all know that plastic water bottles have got to go. Try this innovative self-cleaning water-filtration bottle by Larq, which eradicates almost all bacteria (99.9999 percent, to be exact). It was recently featured on Shark Tank and comes in a variety of beautiful colors.

You can be eco-conscious when you sleep too—with an Avocado mattress. The company’s Green Mattress is 100-percent organic and the world’s only climateneutral certified mattress. It’s produced with materials from the company’s farms, which are powered entirely by renewable energy.

hen I was asked to create an eco-friendly roundup of items to replace your otherwise wasteful/harmful products, I’ll admit I expected to find products that sacrifice performance or luxury. But I found some total game changers!

I’m pleased to report I’ve made the switch in so many aspects of my life thanks to these picks, and I hope you will too! xo, Emily

One World Zero Waste NonPaper Towels, $32/roll, oneworld-zerowaste.com

Larq filtered water bottle, $55/25-ounce, livelarq.com

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One World Zero Waste large snack bags, $20/set of 3, oneworld-zerowaste.com

Avocado Green Mattress, prices vary, mattress.comavocadogreen

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THROUGH HER NONPROFIT, BOLD AND BREASTLESS, PORT ST. LUCIE RESIDENT SHONDIA MCFADDEN-SABARI INSPIRES AND ADVOCATES FOR WOMEN AND FAMILIES IMPACTED BY BREAST CANCER

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cancer on the paternal side of her family. She had a doctor’s appointment the next day anyway, so she mentioned it to her doctor, who ordered a mammogram. Just before Christmas, she scheduled a diagnostic mammogram as well as a biopsy. She figured it was better to be safe than Doctorssorry.found abnormal cells in both breasts. “I was shocked when I heard the words, ‘You have breast cancer,’” she recalls. “I actually thought it was

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probably a mistake, especially since I didn’t feel any lumps in my breasts or have any other symptoms.” Luckily, doctors caught the cancer before it spread to neighboring tissue. As a result, she didn’t have to endure chemotherapy or Still,radiation.sheopted to undergo a double mastectomy—and decided against having any reconstruction done. “I wanted them to get this cancer out of me,” she says. “I wasn’t interested in having anything resembling a breast. I just wanted to live my life with my husband and kids. Cancer affected my breasts, not my self-esteem.”Feistyand full of faith, McFadden-Sabari has thrived in the 12 years since she was diagnosed. The Port St. Lucie resident shares her inspirational story with other breast cancer patients and their families on the Treasure Coast and across the country as she educates and advocates for them through her nonprofit, Bold and Breastless. Locally, she has worked at area hospitals and churches such as Cleveland Clinic Martin Health’s Cancer Center in Stuart and Greater Mt. Pleasant Primitive Baptist Church in Fort Pierce. Providing emotional support to patients, guiding them through the treatment process, and hosting workshops about the importance of early cancer detection, she empowers and uplifts those who might otherwise have been dragged

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hortly after her husband returned from his second deployment in Iraq, Shondia McFadden-Sabari had a sudden, strange feeling that she needed a mammogram. “It just came to me, and I thought, ‘This is weird,’” says the mother of two of that unforgettable Thursday in DecemberMcFadden-Sabari2010. was 36 at the time and had never felt any lumps when doing self-checks, but there was breast

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According to the Centers for Disease Control, breast cancer is the second most common cancer among American women, with Black women dying from the disease at a higher rate than others. Each year in the United States, more than 260,000 cases of breast cancer are diagnosed in women (2,400 in men). Symptoms can vary and include any changes in the breast like lumps, itching, abnormal nipple discharge, or pain, and some people, like McFadden-Sabari, have no signs or symptoms at all.

“Every day I wake up, I smile because God thought enough of me to wake me up,” she says. “So every day, I have to make someone else smile too.” boldandbreastless.com ❖

With advanced treatments and early detection, breast cancer survivors can live a long, full life. But for those who are newly diagnosed, it may not feel that way—which is why McFadden-Sabari’s infectious laugh, optimism, and quick wit are such a comfort to those who are worried about next steps. Although she’s quick to joke that she “scared the hell out of cancer, so it took my breasts and left,” she is also tenderhearted and savvy about everything from risk factors to the appropriate doctors to have on your care team. At hospitals, she counsels families of breast cancer patients and even helps with gas expenses and incidentals like toothbrushes they may have forgotten to bring with them.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign with the goal of educating communities about the disease. Locally, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer—an organization under the American Cancer Society—has raised funding, provided access to lifesaving screenings, and united communities in the fight against the disease for more than two decades. Join Making Strides of Palm Beach October 15 or Making Strides of The Treasure Coast October 22 for their annual walks. Visit acsevents.org for details.

down by their diagnosis. “I get messages and calls and emails from people all the time saying, ‘Because of you, I was able to get through my journey,’” she says.

McFadden-Sabari is living her life to the fullest and doing what she can to support others.

McFadden-Sabari supports her organization through donations and charity golf tournaments and relies on a small band of volunteers (including her husband and her kids), who work alongside her with patients. Many of her patients find her through word of mouth or her social media accounts—the organization’s Instagram account, @boldandbreastless, has more than 35,000 followers.

Make it simple: Purchase pre-packaged portions of nut butter like Justin’s Classic Almond Butter and speed up prep with an apple slicer and corer.

On-the-Go Snacks Simple,

NUT BUTTER AND APPLE SLICES

Pair apple slices with the protein-packed nut butter of your choice (avoid those with added sugars or sweeteners, even in the form of honey) for a quick pick-me-up with long-lasting effects. Squeeze fresh lemon on apples to prevent browning and boost vitamin C.

Don’t let a fast-paced lifestyle propel you down a path of unhealthy snacking. Jupiter-based nutrition coach Kat Warner shares five wholesome snack ideas that are easy to prep and nosh on the go.

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Williams Sonoma Adjustable Apple Slicer and Corer, $30, Palm Beach Gardens, williams-sonoma.com

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any added seeds or nuts will increase heart-healthy fats.

Warner shares one of her favorite smoothie recipes

Hard-boiled eggs are not only quick and convenient, but they are also high in protein, relatively low in calories, and have a complete range of amino acids. Plus, they’re packed with B vitamins, zinc, calcium, and vitamin D. Multigrain crackers have a whole-grain base that can easily boost fiber, and

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Make it simple: Opt for pre-shelled edamame that can be steamed right in the bag for heat-and-eat ease.

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Dash 7-Egg Everyday Egg Cooker, $20, Target, Lake Park, target.com

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1-2 cups fresh spinach or kale

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Combine ingredients in blender and enjoy! (theroutewellness.com)

Edamame is a complete protein and provides all the essential acids the body needs that it can’t produce on its own. High in protein and fiber, edamame is also a great way to maintain a healthy weight by allowing your body to feel full longer and metabolize nutrients more slowly and effectively.

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Make it simple: Prepare preportioned baggies with fruits and veggies and store them in the freezer for easy access. For less cleaning and fewer steps, use a blender that allows you to make the smoothie directly in a cup you can take with you.

This super shake is as filling as a meal, so divide it in half for a light snack.

1-2 handfuls frozen fruit (like berries or sliced banana)

NutriBullet Pro Nutrient Extractor, $82, Bed Bath & Beyond, Palm Beach Gardens, bedbathandbeyond.com

Joie Snack-On-the-Go, $6 each, The Container Store, Palm Beach Gardens, containerstore.com

8-12 oz. milk (whatever type you prefer)

Pair anti-inflammatory veggies like carrots, cucumber, celery, or bell peppers with hummus to support heart health.

Make it simple: An egg cooker allows you to make multiple hard-boiled eggs at a time with the touch of a button. Once cooled to room temperature, store the eggs in the fridge for up to a week.

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Seapoint Farms Shelled EdamameSoybeans snack packs, $8, various Publix locations

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Clockwise: Lucia’s beautiful custom Valhalla V-33; Natalie Lucia (left) and her girlfriends, Ciara Dixon and Kaylin Hertenstein, show off their mahi catches of the day; three-person ladderback chairs at the helm.

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NATALIE LUCIA PURCHASED A CUSTOM CENTER CONSOLE FROM VALHALLA BOATWORKS’ V SERIES FLEET FOR FUN FISHING EXCURSIONS WITH THE GIRLS THAT END WITH A TOAST TO THE PERFECT DAY

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t doesn’t take long after meeting Natalie Lucia to surmise that this is a woman who takes her leisure time seriously. She’s also somewhat of a rare gem in the mostly male-dominated sport of fishing. The last several years have been a world of discovery and an uphill climb for Lucia in her quest for the perfect boat to accommodate her very discerning taste, but she is now the owner/operator of a gorgeous Valhalla Boatworks V-33 center console.

Lucia was searching for a boat that could hold its own as a serious fishing vessel while also offering a luxurious venue for leisure cruising. On any given day, she might start out early fishing in the Gulf Stream, wind down relaxing at the Jupiter sandbar midday, and wrap up the day on a quest for the best waterfront margarita. After a turn at the wheel with a pair of 25-footers (one a center console, the other a dual-console catamaran), she had enough experience to know with

DEADRISE: 24 degrees

Hobe captainedfishermanLaBonteresidentSoundGeorgeisanavidwhohaslocalcharters for 40 years. He also hosts the national television series Florida Sportsman Best Boat and Florida Sportsman Project Dreamboat. To book a charter with Captain LaBonte, visit edgesportfishing.com—and be sure to check out his new YouTube channel (“George LaBonte”) devoted to his many fishing adventures.

FUEL: 327 gallons

A SeaKeeper 2 Gyrostabilizer and Hooker Sea Chest/Pump live-well system, Lumitec RGBW spectrum LED lighting from top to bottom, twin Mer cury Verado 300 V8 four strokes, and yacht-quality electrical systems are just part of what makes this model sparkle. The balance of comfortable seating on deck and fishability (both 360 degrees around her deck) along with the per fect gunwale height and visibility across the helm would ultimately close the deal for Lucia. From mahi to margaritas and every thing in between, the V-33 looks like a perfect fit. ❖

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certainty what she liked and disliked in a boat. A lengthy search for something bigger and better concluded with a chance meeting with a broker who not only had a 2022 V-33 ready for delivery due to a client trading up but also had a buyer for Lucia’s trade-in. The rest was history.

DRAFT: 37 inches

You’ll find the aptly named Always in Trouble turning heads everywhere she goes in Palm Beach County, where Palm Beach Gardens resident Lucia and her crew of women enjoy fishing and cruising together. The Valhalla V-33 is one of a fleet of luxury center consoles offered by the Viking Yacht Company, a premier builder of sportfishing yachts. A collaboration between Viking’s design team and Michael Peters Yacht Design resulted in a twinstep tunnel hull that raises the bar in both style and performance.

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BEAM: 9 feet, 9 inches

WEIGHT: 10,864 pounds (dry)

LENGTH: 32 feet, 10 inches

Always in Trouble is a custom-colored Kingston Gray over Whisper Gray accents trimmed in black powder coat for a very striking look. The aesthetics found on her larger sportfish yacht counterpart are evident at every turn. Graceful curves, a classic helm pod and toe rail in a faux teak finish along with ladderback helm chairs all suggest sportfish luxury. Meticulous mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems on par with the best in the industry set her apart.

Clockwise from above: A faux teak toe rail and ladderback loungers suggest sportfish luxury; ample plush seating with Bentley stitching all around the deck; the center console boasts yacht-quality electronics at the helm as well as overhead.

f you haven’t been to downtown Tampa in a while, there are a lot of new experiences, places, bites, and sights in store. The city is experiencing a renais sance of sorts, propelled in part by its championship-winning sports teams and an infusion of millennials planting roots and raising families in the area. Leading the way is the Tampa Riverwalk and Channel District. Here, next door to the Amalie Arena, you’ll find the new JW Marriott Tampa Water Street, a sleek addition to the skyline that acts as a chic second home for travelers and locals alike.

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Clockwise from top: Rooftop lounge adjacent to Six restaurant; a tasty cocktail from Six; rooftop pool.

From top to bottom, this property combines sophisticated surrounds with an inviting atmosphere inclusive of restaurants, ameni ties, and unique accommodations. A standout offering among the hotel’s 519 rooms and suites are the Stay Well rooms, which boast elements geared toward improving well-being, such as advanced

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it all is Driftlight, the JW Marriott’s signature restaurant. The scene is Mad Men meets twenty-firstcentury urban cool, with wraparound booths that invite intimate conversa tion. Start the day with a breakfast of chicken sausage hash, acai bowls, or lemon poppy seed pancakes that are bright, light, and just the right amount of sweet. Come evening, Driftlight transforms into an upscale steak house with a Florida twist. Sous Chef Dylan Rebuck has taken the reins of the restaurant’s dry-aging program, which enhances a menu dotted with Floridian ingredients like grouper and Latin touches including

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Head to the sixth floor to continue this wellness trajec tory at the Spa by JW and the rooftop pool and lounge area. Spend the day in a poolside cabana, escaping to the adjacent Six restaurant for a light lunch or evening cocktails overlooking Tampa.

But perhaps no space exudes the essence of Water Street quite like the JW Marriott’s lobby area. Here, mid-century modern decor and soaring design elements cradle communal gathering spots. Sip on a nightcap at the Driftlight Lounge bar or savor a morning pastry by Chef Natalia Meshalkina at the JW Market coffeehouse.Anchoring

When hunger hits, you can also venture over to the JW Marriott Tampa Water Street’s sister Marriott property to dine on the Garrison Channel at Anchor & Brine, which specializes in what Matthew Brennan, the resort’s executive chef, describes as coastal Florida cuisine with a Latin influence. Sense of place and seasonality play a role across many of the on-site restaurant concepts, with Brennan sourcing local lettuces from Brick Street Farms in St. Petersburg and tomatoes from The Villages Grown.

air-purification systems and circadian lighting.

Driftlight captures the essence of the hotel as a whole— a hip hangout for discerning travelers who enjoy the finer things in life but don’t sweat the small stuff. Whether it be for dinner, a spa treatment, or the entire weekend, a visit to the JW Marriott Tampa Water Street is much like the city itself: up-and-coming, carefree, and a whole lot of fun. jwmarriotttampawaterstreet.com ❖

Clockwise from top left: Bedroom of a corner suite; interior of Driftlight; lawn event space and relaxation area; lobby lounge.

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s a former model and actress, Karin Taylor’s early career was all about being in the spotlight. But the trappings of glamour weren’t enough to captivate her in the long run. She returned to her home state of Florida and gave it all up to be a mother and indulge in her real passion: developing a charity dedicated to helping both animals and at-risk and special needs children.

On a sprawling, 20-acre farm in Jupiter she calls Mandalay, the 50-year-old mother of five invites visitors to unwind and learn about nature and animals. Working with various organizations including the Salvation Army, as well as

Karin Taylor takes a stroll with Juliette, one of five emus at Mandalay Farms.

Former model Karin Taylor welcomes at-risk and special needs children to her Jupiter farm to enjoy the benefits of animal interaction

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From the moment you enter the front gate, Mandalay Farms exudes a sense of tranquility. The name of the farm comes from one of Taylor’s favorite black-and-white movies, Rebecca. The 1940 film based on the book by Daphne du Maurier is set on a fictional English estate called Manderley. “In the great opening

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scene, the gates open and Rebecca sees it for the first time, describing the home and grounds as the most beautiful place she ever saw,” Taylor says.

In place of lush English gardens, Mandalay Farms presents a low-key, peaceful landscape of ponds, palm trees, trails, and

From top: Coatimundis Bandit and Scout have some fun on climbing structures in their outdoor enclosure; Juliette the emu; Cash the zebu cow.

area foster parents and corporations, she invites groups of children and corporate teams to interact with her animals in a pressure-free environ ment. “Science has proven that there are therapeutic benefits to being around animals,” says Taylor, who is certified in equine-assisted learning. “It’s very calming, like going to the beach.” Her trademarked program, Un bridled Power, helps attendees gain self-esteem and critical life skills by engaging with horses in different situ ations. One of the methods Taylor has perfected involves training horses “at liberty,” meaning without bridles, reins, or halters. “We’re working off body language,” she explains. “All of our pro grams are about connection.”

Taylor can recall dozens of such incidents and says that’s what keeps her going. “Some kids arrive and are disconnected at first, maybe a little bored,” she says. “I want to see the light in their eyes. I never know what animal will do that, and sometimes

mustangs, Ford, out of the stall, he walked right up to the little girl and put his head in her lap! She kind of collapsed forward and put her head on his, and the horse didn’t move. It was an incredible moment that makes me cry to this day.”

As she visits each enclosure, her af fection for the animals is apparent. She gets up really close, smiling as she pets and talks to each one. She even incubated three of the farm’s five emus inside her home. “I hatched them on Facebook Live and raised them in my bathroom,” she says. She can differentiate siblings who look alike and calls each by name.

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well-tended pastures dotted with spa cious animal enclosures that house her “animal ambassadors,” many of which are exotic species. The centerpiece is the two-story pristine horse barn at the end of the Mustangslane.and miniature horses, goats, kangaroos, pot-bellied pigs, tortoises, turkeys, chickens, emus, and even a skunk named Tux are all part of the farm’s menagerie that includes around 140 animals (including the 70 poultry). Snow-white fantail pigeons, cockatiels, and a hyacinth macaw chatter in their cages while in others, nocturnal species slumber. Bennett and Boomer, a pair of wallabies, are a bit aloof at first, calmly remaining at a distance to regard their visitors before deciding to approach. “Wallabies are like the cats of the mar supial world, and kangaroos are like dogs,” Taylor says, explaining their be havior around humans.

Still, there is no guarantee the animals will want to be with humans on any given day—and often, Taylor is surprised by their behavior. On one occasion, a girl in a motorized wheel chair who couldn’t speak wanted to see a particular horse. “I wasn’t sure how the horse would react because it had ever been around motorized wheelchairs and I didn’t want him to reject her,” Taylor recalls. “But when we brought one of our

“For me, it’s all about creating a mu tually beneficial experience for people and animals, so it’s important that the animals are cared for properly,” she says. “I think the reason our animals come to people is because they’ve had positive experiences. We tell visitors that the ani mals will come to them if they choose. I never bring animals to people, except for some of the smaller ones like the rabbits.”

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her parents and seven siblings as a child. Her fa ther was an executive at Disney World, and Taylor became a dancer in the Magic Kingdom’s Electric Light Parade when she was 17. She never aspired to be a model, but after being recruited by Ford Models as a teen, she began working in Miami, eventually making her way to New York and Europe and walking the runway for the likes of Betsey Johnson, among others.

From top: Nigerian dwarf goats Domino, Daisy, Flash, Clover, and Blossom enjoy their custom-built playground, which kids are wel come to experience along with the goats; coatimundis Bandit and Scout play outside (they also have an air-conditioned indoor house).

Now divorced, Taylor lives near the water in Tequesta but devotes seven days a week to the farm. During her rare time off, she enjoys paddleboarding, playing pickleball, going to

Every day at work is different for Taylor and her staff. One day, she might be training horses; another might find her bottle-feeding baby animals. Recently, she spent a day trying to introduce the male otters to the females, “but the females weren’t going for it,” she says. She doesn’t miss her former career but does find herself calling upon some things it taught her over the years. “I feel like my eclectic career serves me well,” she says. “Marketing yourself is not that different from marketing a business.”

I’m surprised that it’s the chickens. When it happens, when I see that moment, it makes everything I do here worth it.”

Posing for Playboy as Miss June 1996 opened the door to acting. A guest appearance on the wildly popular TV show Baywatch was her first big job—and perhaps a peek into the future. “My character, Taylor Johnson, worked with at-risk youth,” says Taylor. “I always had a heart for children, but as a model, I traveled so much.” While working in Los Angeles, she met her former husband and moved with him to Philadelphia before they eventually settled in her home state of Florida. Along the way, they started the family she had always wanted.

Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Taylor moved to Orlando with

Taylor with mustang Teddy

The farm’s two tricolored ruffed lemurs (above) are still awaiting the perfect names; Flowers the miniature horse (left); Calypso (below) is one of two hyacinth macaws at Mandalay Farms. Hyacinth macaws are the largest flying parrot species in the world.

To learn more about scheduling a visit to Mandalay Farms and/or becoming a member, visit mandalayfarms.com. ❖

Since founding Mandalay Farms in 2015 with personal fund ing, Taylor’s goal has been to expand the operation to become financially self-sufficient. To that end, Mandalay opened to the public as a members-only facility last month. A limited number of members will pay an annual fee ($12,000; seasonal members can pay $5,000 for a three-visit pass) for exclusive use of the farm, where they can take advantage of private tours and animal interactions. Members can also host private

daytime events and corporate team-building programs and enjoy the members’ lounge. Philanthropy remains at the heart of the farm, and kids are still welcome at no cost on certain days, funded by part of the member fees. “The revenue from memberships will fully support the farm and the philanthropic work I do with at-risk youth and children with special needs, without having to ask for donations,” Taylor explains. Outside of that, she adds, “it is only accessible by annual membership, in order to maintain privacy and tranquility on the farm.”

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For Taylor, life these days is happiness at its simplest. She has taken three things that mean a lot to her—philanthropy, chil dren, and animals—and immerses herself in her passions and mission every day. “I know it sounds cliché, but if you do what you love, it will never feel like work,” she says.

dinner with friends, and hanging out at The Breakers Beach Club, where she is a member. “I’m living the best of both worlds because I have the ocean and the farm,” she says. Her kids— who range in age from 12 to 17—have all worked at Mandalay in some capacity, conducting tours, caring for animals, helping set up events, and learning the basics of running a farm. “There were certain ages when they became less enthusiastic, but I think it builds a strong work ethic,” she says.

Conservation-driven powerhouse couple Jack Lighton and Giovanni Di Stadio downsized to a fully renovated 45-foot motor coach for the ultimate adventure: life on the road by TRACY MARCELLO

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Jack Lighton (left) and Giovanni Di Stadio pose in front of their beloved home on wheels.

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Di Stadio and Lighton in Vancouver Island getting some work done in the great outdoors; (below) the couple’s sweet rescue Pinot—one of three Shih Tzus in the family—recently passed at age 20 but enjoyed her last few years on the road.

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aImotorter.MarinelifeLoggerheadCen-“Wesawthiscoachandsaid,‘Gio,thisistinyhomeonwheels—this is my dream!’”

“In 2019, we had six separate vacations booked, paid for, and planned, and all six had to be canceled because we couldn’t go for whatever reason,” says Di Stadio. “We lost pet sitters, flights were canceled, hurricanes, work… You name it, it all came up. On the sixth trip that dissolved into nothing, we said, ‘Our vacation starts today. Put the bags back in the car— we’re going somewhere else.’”

And so it began. Lighton and Di Stadio sold their home in Palm Beach Gardens at the end of 2019 and moved into their new motor coach, traveling all over the country and completing renovations along the way. Di Stadio—who spent decades as an interior designer running the luxury Palm Beach–based Interiors by G—took their vision and brought it to life in their new 475-square-foot living space.

efore 2019, Jack Lighton and Giovanni Di Stadio had never stepped foot inside an RV or a motor coach. Today, they live in one.

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“We could see the bones, just like with a house,” says Di Stadio, who has retired from design and currently owns MPG Motorcars in Stuart (mpgmotorcars.com). “But we

and being out in nature,” says Lighton, who is the former president and CEO of

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“After missing all of these vacations, not having any work/ life balance, and not wanting to leave our dogs whenever we went on vacation, I became obsessed with the idea of tiny homes and this magical concept of super-downsizing

Their weeklong road trip that July would ultimately transform their lives. The couple traveled to several motor coach dealerships in Florida along the way and ended up taking the plunge and purchasing a 45-foot Entegra Cornerstone.

The uber-luxurious interior of the motor home, designed by Di Stadio

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Lighton will serve as CEO of SeaLegacy, and he will also be at the helm of SeaLegacy Enterprises, a new for-profit arm of the organization that will specialize in impact-based initia tives related to SeaLegacy’s mission.

quickly learned it’s a little different and more complicated than working on a home because not only are you dealing with smaller square footage, but you’re also dealing with very unique, crazy-shaped walls.” They modified what they loved most about maximal living to fit the motor coach, including a double-vanity master bathroom, a full-size walk-in closet, a kingsize bed, and a “virtual rolling office” space that converts into a buffet and dining table.

The scenery that we’re experiencing is just breathtaking. Every corner around a mountain is the next beautiful scene. I’d rather see that than the back of someone’s seat on an airplane.” —G iovanni D i S ta D io

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At the forefront of their renovation is minimalism and sustainability. “As a

Di Stadio and Lighton walk along the boardwalk in Vancouver Island (above); the couple pose for a selfie during a stop in Washington, D.C. in the summer of 2021 (left).

Living the minimalist lifestyle, the couple can now focus on what’s most important to them: their rescue dogs, travel, and environmentalism. This past summer, the latter brought them to Vancouver Island, British Columbia, where they met with the founders of Canada-based nonprofit SeaLegacy (sealegacy.org). Founded in 2014 by Cristina Mittermeier and Paul Nicklen, the organization fo cuses on the conservation and health of our oceans—and Lighton and Di Stadio were asked to spearhead two new branches of the organization. SeaLegacy plans to make a formal announcement later this year, but Lighton filled us in on the changes.

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conservation couple, this has been an aha moment on so many levels in terms of stuff and how much water and electricity we use,” Lighton says of their usage monitor ing and overall waste reduction. “When we had the big house, we weren’t aware of things like how much water and electricity we were using. If more people had a better understanding of what they’re buying and using, I feel like it would be a little bit of an aha moment like we had. The breath of fresh air from shedding stuff has com pletely changed our life.”

philanthropists to support SeaLegacy’s mission through donations, and then we allow impact investors to join the SeaLegacy brand from a for-profit investing side to help identify companies, tools, and technologies that can improve our environment and the ocean. The fact that they asked us to join them to cofound this next chapter is reallyLighton,exciting.”who led Loggerhead in Juno Beach from 2013 to

Di Stadio has been brought on as a general partner with the organization’s new SeaLegacy Impact Fund arm, where he will work with venture capitalists to help fund startups focused on creating “technologies for good” (products or technology that help consumers and our planet, such as ecological, ocean, agriculture, and food technology).

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“What we’re allowing the brand to do is really unique in the marketplace,” Lighton explains. “We’re allowing

Of course, they’ll be flying for many of those business trips, but the motor coach home base makes some work trips convenient and special—as was the case when they

2020 and is currently a board member of Friends of Manatee Lagoon and Discover the Palm Beaches, says he is looking forward to SeaLegacy’s global and local ocean conserva tion outreach, particularly related to seagrass restoration and manatee habitat protection. “We’re really honored because Cristina, Paul, and Andy [Mann] have built this world-class sustainability and conservation brand, and we have long been huge fans of them personally and of their work,” he says. “We’ll be traveling a lot between wherever we are down to Florida and the Bahamas.”

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Over the past couple of years on the road, Di Stadio and Lighton have seen much of our beautiful continent, includ ing stops in Everglades City, Florida; Coeur d’Alene, Idaho; and Flathead Lake, Montana. Spending so much time in the outdoors, says Di Stadio, has given them both a newfound appreciation for nature that goes far beyond their work in the field.

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were able to drive up to Vancouver Island this summer for strategic planning meetings with SeaLegacy. “The scenery that we’re experiencing is just breathtaking,” says Di Stadio of the Canadian landscape. “Every corner around a mountain is the next beautiful scene. I’d rather see that than the back of someone’s seat on an airplane.”

INSPECT AND MAINTAIN. When purchasing an RV or a motor coach (even a brand-new one), you must hire a certified RV inspector to check for underlying issues. And know your tires’ date codes. It’s imperative on heavy vehicles to know the age of your tires and to inspect and replace them when necessary. RVs and motor coaches are complex machines—you must have a rigorous annual maintenance plan to ensure everything is up to date.

We made the decision to sell the house and never looked back. It was the best decision we’ve ever made.”

CONNECT. Install a high-speed data network hot spot on your vehicle that enables you to work from the road anywhere you visit.

FOLLOW THE RULES If you have a large motor coach, it’s critical to purchase a “big rig” GPS that only routes roads and highways that can accommodate your size and weight. We recommend the Garmin RV 1090 as a backup to an onboard system.

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After more than 20 years together, Lighton and Di Stadio say this chapter of life is only enhancing an already wonderful life together. “We made the decision to sell the house and never looked back,” says Lighton. “It was the best decision we’ve ever made.” Di Stadio agrees: “I wish we did it 10 years ago, I really do.” ❖

JOIN UP! If you have a diesel motor coach, join the TSD Open Road fuel program. It offers huge fuel savings, and you get to fuel up with the big rig semitrucks! And Harvest Hosts is a fantastic membership club that provides access to beautiful stopovers at farms, museums, wineries, and other unique destinations.

On the rooftop of The Ben in West Palm Beach in spring 2021

Life on the road isn’t for everyone, something the couple is quick to point out to those itching to give it a go. “We have friends who ask us if they should do this, and our answer is always, ‘If you have issues in your relationship, then moving into 475 square feet is not going to improve that,’” says Di Stadio. “Thankfully, Jack and I were already used to working together side by side and being in each other’s faces 24/7. So it totally works for us.”

MAP IT OUT. Plan stops well in advance. The software and mapping tool RV Life Trip Wizard maps every trip detail and helps confirm reservations.

TEST THE WATERS. If you are new to the RV/motor coach life, consider buying used until you are certain this lifestyle is for you.

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GO BIG. The first thing every expert RV-er shares is that you should buy the biggest motor coach you can possibly buy because everyone who buys a shorter or smaller motor coach always ends up wanting the bigger model.

On the beach in Vancouver Island;(left) family time with rescue ShihTzus Penne and Parma.

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Sure, a good night’s sleep can do wonders for your face, but more importantly it can lead to a calmer, happier, healthier existence. Hitting the sheets early can strengthen the heart, diminish depression, and increase focus and productivity the following day. If you need help nodding off, try a sleep app like Pzizz. In addition to a series of recorded narratives and dreamscapes, it has a built-in alarm clock for scheduled wakeups. pzizz.com

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Save time in the morning by not having to hunt for your keys, glasses, or phone. Corral everyday essentials with the Courant Catch 3, an attractive nightstand necessity featuring a valet tray and a single-device wireless charger. $175, anthropologie.com

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Staying on top of your health and fitness goals can be tricky. The QardioBase 2 Wifi Smart Scale makes it easier, measuring everything from weight to muscle mass to fat composition and more. It also comes with its own app that chronicles your progress, even on the go. $140, bestbuy.com

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• Boyfriend blazer: a gender-neutral basic that adds a touch of polish

Map out weekly meals with the On the Menu Meal Planner. The pad even comes with a detachable shopping list you can easily remove and take on grocery runs. $18, us.cgdlondon.com

• Satin slip dress: Pair this day-to-night essential with a denim jacket, heels, and a clutch

• All-purpose knit sweater: Layering is key when temps take a dip

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TAKE INVENTORY. Excluding sentimental and off-season items, anything worn less than three times in the past year should be consigned, sold, or donated. If you’re on the fence, ask yourself if it brings you happiness. If not, discard it.

Clean out your closet and start fresh with these expert tips from Flor Ferranti, owner of The Simple Home in Port St. Lucie (thesimplehomefl.com) and Jupiter-based stylist and fashion influencer Holland Smith Paterno (hollandpaterno.com)

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You can easily juggle three dishes at once thanks to the OXO Good Grips Triple Timer, an essential timemanagement tool when you’re cooking a multicourse meal. The timer boasts three ringing patterns, a lighted display and keypad, adjustable volume, and a stopwatch function. $27,containerstore.com

• White button-up shirt: An evergreen requisite that goes perfectly with preppy shorts or a midi skirt

Trash talking takes on a whole new meaning with the Voice + Motion Dual Compartment Rectangular Sensor Can from SimpleHuman. The sleek, stainless-steel receptacle has odor-eliminating pods, a separate compartment for recycling, and a “brain” that responds to commands. Just say, “open can” and the lid opens automatically, “close can” to shut, and more. simplehuman.com$300,

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Cut down on cooking time by prepping like a pro. The Prepdeck Gen 2 Plus has everything you need to slice, dice, juice, and more—all in one compact station. Only 21 inches wide and 7 inches high, the Prepdeck includes food-safe containers, a foldout cutting board, BPA-free prepping tools like a juicer and mandoline slicer, and a mobile device stand for following recipe videos while you work. $129,prepdeck.com

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OPTIMIZE YOUR SPACE. Utilize storage bins, shelf dividers, jewelry and shoe organizers, and other space savers to keep things tidy.

• Go-to denim jeans: High-waisted, minimal rips, or relaxed fit, no closet is complete without a favorite pair of jeans

Keep track of work expenses, and other finances with the Give Yourself Credit Journal. This handy tool is chock-full of insightful tips, tracking tools, a bill payment calendar, and more. $46, us.cgdlondon.com

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The TimeChi helps you improve work performance while cutting out distractions. Designed to block digital noise like email alerts, this mouse-size gadget has a built-in timer to clock performance, notifies others when you can’t be disturbed, and sends reminders to take breaks. $150,timechi.com MANAGER

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RITUAL BEHAVIOR GETTING IN THE HABIT OF PERFORMING CERTAIN ROUTINES BEFORE BEDTIME CAN MAKE YOUR MORNING A LOT MORE CHILL. BEFORE YOU HIT THE HAY, PREP A NUTRITIOUS LUNCH, PRESELECT A KILLER ENSEMBLE, AND GROUP ALL OF YOUR MUST-HAVES PURSE, LAPTOP, BENTO BOX IN ONE SPOT SO THEY’RE READY TO GO.

YES TO NO! SAYING NO CAN BE A PROFOUND ACT OF SELF CARE SAYS DR. CANDICE MCCOY, OWNER OF HEALING HOUSE IN STUART (THEHEALINGHOUSEMINDFULNESS.ORG). WHEN IT COMES TO ESTABLISHING HEALTHY BOUNDARIES, BUILDING SELF-WORTH, AND MAKING MORE RESPONSIBLE CHOICES, A DISSENTING RESPONSE MAY BE THE BEST RESPONSE. THE NEXT TIME YOU’RE TEMPTED TO AUTO REPLY “YES,” ASK YOURSELF THREE THINGS: CAN SOMEONE ELSE HANDLE THE REQUEST? WILL SAYING YES MOVE THE BASELINE CLOSER TO MY GOALS? AND WILL THE OUTCOME MATTER A YEAR FROM NOW? IF YOUR ANSWERS ARE NO, YOU HAVE YOUR ANSWER.

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The Moleskine Smart Writing Set makes even the most yawn-inducing work meeting a little more bearable. Everything written or drawn on the companion notebook is captured by a camera in the pen’s tip and transferred to a digital device where it can easily be edited, printed, or shared. $279,moleskine.com

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Pack your pantry. Bulk up on pantry staples you can utilize in a range of dishes. Brown rice, for example, is essential for paellas and stir-fries, while black beans can be tossed into soups, salads, and chilies.

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Modeled after ancient bento boxes, the All-in-One Stackable Lunch Box Solution by Bentgo combines two BPA-free nesting containers, a threepiece utensil set, and a sealing strap to bundle them all together and ensure contents won’t spill during transport. $25, kohls.com

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Create a plan. Each week, grab a calendar or use a meal template to jot down recipes for the days you plan to eat at home. Pick dishes that are easy to fix, will bless you with leftovers, and share common ingredients. Under each meal, note the items you’ll need to pick up at the grocery store.

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Think double-duty. For example, if you’re grilling organic chicken breasts for dinner one night, toss on an extra piece or two that you can pop in the fridge and use the next day to make tacos or chicken salad.

Overcook. “Batch cooking” is the act of making a surplus of food that can be frozen and served later. Set aside some time to prepare a base recipe that can be adapted into different dishes, like a healthy side of veggies or a tasty sauce, and store as individual portions in the freezer for easy heating.

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Be prepared. Take advantage of (healthy) prepared foods. A tasty, store-bought rotisserie chicken is the perfect reheat-and-eat option to go with sides you make at home and can be used in a variety of dishes like sandwiches and salads. ❖

Treat your fitness and leisure time like you do work appointments: Put them in your calendar. By literally scheduling things like meditation, workouts, and catch-up calls with friends, you are giving those plans more weight—and will be more likely to remember to do them and actually do them!

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Organizer is a lightweight, vegan leather bag insert with a dozen compartments and two bright LED lights to make retrieving contents a breeze. $42, amazon.com

From lost dogs to misplaced luggage, anything the Apple AirTag is attached to can be recovered using the Find My app. $30,target.com

Keep your phone bacteriasmudge-freeand at all times with MoMA’s Touchscreen Mist Cleaner. The tiny, colorful tube fits right in your purse and contains a spritzable alcohol cleanser that can be wiped with the built-in microfiber cloth. Easy peasy! $15,store.moma.org

Ramy Brook Ilana blouse ($325), BCBG Max Azria wide-leg pant ($228), Bloomingdale’s, The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens; Rosie crystal pearl earrings ($330), The Vit, thevitjewelry.com; soft wrap ring ($250), wrap ring ($270), Ramona Albert, ramonaalbert.shop

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Long, puffed-sleeve turtleneck silk duchesse gown with Adidas x Gucci embroidered logos ($17,000), high-heel black satin slide with double G detail ($890), black leather gloves (on table, $650), Gucci, The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens

So Solid Viviana one-piece swimsuit ($134), Phie Collective, The Spa Boutique at PGA National Resort, Palm Beach Gardens; Karl Lagerfeld key necklace ($475), Patricia Von Musulin cuff ($695), Dina C’s Fab and Funky Consignment Boutique, West Palm Beach

Opposite page: Akris metalliccrochet, sleeveless, cotton embroidery gown with side slit ($6,950), Saks Fifth Avenue, The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens; Coach Madison 18 nappa leather pillow shoulder bag ($395), MICHAEL Michael Kors summer logo charm high-heel platform sandal ($145), Bloomingdale’s, The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens

Alberta Ferretti eyelet em broidered shirt dress ($1,390), Gérard Darel skinny belt ($145), Bloomingdale’s, The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens

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Opposite page: Vince Camuto faux-wrap bikini top ($74), Gucci sunglasses ($420), Blooming dale’s, The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens; vintage fringe vest (price upon request), Dina C’s Fab and Funky Consignment Boutique, West Palm Beach

Jonathan Simkhai Stormi strappy one-piece swimsuit ($195), Gérard Darel pant ($295), Bloomingdale’s, The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens; soft wrap bracelet ($830), Ramona Albert, ramonaalbert.shop

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The Fifteenth Annual CHARITY

Year Founded: 1971

Price: $500

The Arc of Palm Beach County

Email: mhorgan@ansg.org

Date: March 11, 2023

211palmbeach.orgcandi.spitz@211pbtc.org

Price: $150

Title: President & CEO

Title: Board Chairwoman

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Year Founded: 1977

Mission Statement: 211 Palm Beach and Treasure Coast provides support and assistance services to individuals and families who find themselves without answers to problems they may face daily. The work of its staff and volunteers includes providing information, assessment, advocacy, and referral to appropriate community agencies, as well as telephone counseling, crisis intervention, and suicide prevention.

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Event: Evening of Music and Art in the Gardens

Location: Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, West Palm Beach

Title: Managing Director

Event Contact: Candi Spitz

1201 Australian Ave. Riviera Beach, FL 33404 561.842.3213 arcpbc.orgaosborn@arcpbc.org

Title: President & CEO

Email: mhorgan@ansg.org

Price: $550

Mission Statement: The Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens is a nonprofit foundation established in 1977 by resident sculptor Ann Weaver Norton (1905-1982). A two-acre urban sanctuary and nationally recognized arboretum, the compound comprises the historic Norton House and Artist Studio, exhibition galleries, monumental sculptures, butterfly havens, propagation house, and tropical gardens of more than 250 species of rare palms and cycads.

Mission Statement: The Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens is a nonprofit foundation established in 1977 by resident sculptor Ann Weaver Norton (1905-1982). A two-acre urban sanctuary and nationally recognized arboretum, the compound comprises the historic Norton House and Artist Studio, exhibition galleries, monumental sculptures, butterfly havens, propagation house, and tropical gardens of more than 250 species of rare palms and cycads.

Head of Charity: Margaret Horgan

Contact Number: 561.832.5328

Head of Charity: Kimberly McCarten

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Year Founded: 1958

Location: Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach

Event: Sixth Annual Lifeline Luncheon

Event Contact: Margaret Horgan

Description: The Sixth Annual Lifeline Luncheon “Journey to Joy” will feature Dena Foman, motivational speaker, author, and attorney, along with Dr. Rachel Needle, founder and executive director of the Whole Health Psychological Center.

253 Barcelona Road West Palm Beach, FL 33401 561.832.5328

Event: Sixth Annual Sculpture in Motion: The Art of Pre- and Post-War Automobiles

Location: The Cohen Pavilion at the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, West Palm Beach

Mission Statement: The Arc of Palm Beach County is changing the conversation around disabilities by defying definitions, inspiring possibilities, and improving the lives of the people who are served, their families, and the community.

Date: November 9, 2022

Event Contact: Margaret Horgan

Contact Number: 561.842.3213

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Head of Charity: Frances Fisher

Location: Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, West Palm Beach

Contact Number: 561.832.5328

Head of Charity: Sharon L’Herrou

Date: March 22, 2023

Description: Sculpture in Motion welcomes visitors to experience the history and design of one-of-a-kind, classic pre- and post-war automobiles. The event concludes with a Grand Tour Parade of Cars, tracing a scenic route from the gardens along the Intracoastal on Flagler Drive through the island of Palm Beach.

Description: Step out of reality and into “A Night of Illusion” benefiting The Arc of Palm Beach County. The Off the Wall Gala will alter your perception. The Norton Museum of Art provides the setting to exhibit your creativity. It’s going to be a moving experience.

253 Barcelona Road West Palm Beach, FL 33401 561.832.5328 ansg.orginfo@ansg.org

Ann SculptureNortonGardens

Contact Number: 561.383.1144

P.O. Box 3588 Lantana, FL 561.383.114433465

Date: November 12, 2022

Year Founded: 1977

211 Palm Beach and Treasure Coast

Event: Off the Wall Gala – A Night of Illusion

Description: An Evening of Music and Art in the Gardens, the annual Gardens Conservancy’s event, will present the Ann Norton Award for Philanthropy, extended to an individual who advances the ideals set forth with Ann Norton’s vision for the gardens as her legacy to the community.

Email: aosborn@arcpbc.org

Event Contact: April Osborn

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Location: Busch Wildlife Sanctuary, Jupiter Price: $175

Location: Trump National Golf Club Jupiter Price: $400

2500 Jupiter Park Drive Jupiter, FL 561.575.339933458

Event Contact: Lori Elsbree

Location: Piper’s Landing Yacht and Country Club, Palm City Price: $175

Title: President

Mission Statement: The 4Cs is a nonprofit organization with two missions. Its Core Program provides needy children with self-esteem by being able to obtain and wear clothing similar to their peers at no charge to the families. The 4Cs Literacy Program trains reading tutors to work with hundreds of students reading below grade level in five Martin County elementary schools.

Email: mariafreich@gmail.com

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Email: lori.elsbree@bdrr.org

Date: December 10, 2022

Email: marketing@buschwildlife.org

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Contact Number: 772.221.8777

Description: Walk the illuminated sanctuary trails and enjoy samples of wines, craft beer, food pairings, music, animals, and more during Busch Wildlife Sanctuary’s fourth annual Wine in the Wild fundraiser. Opportunities for on-site donating will include silent and live auctions and a raffle.

Contact Number: 561.619.7280

Email: mary.martens@cardinalnewman.com

14444 Okeechobee Blvd. Loxahatchee Groves, FL 33470 561.651.9147

Caring Children Clothing Children (The 4Cs)

Description: Come celebrate The 4C’s twenty-fifth anniversary “Old Hollywood” style. Experience the sensation of escaping the paparazzi flashes as you head down the infamous red carpet. The event will feature cocktails, dinner, and dancing with the Chase Band.

Head of Charity: Brother Thomas Zoppo, FSC

Event: Wine in the Wild

Event: Big Dog Ranch Rescue Annual Bark Bash

Mission Statement: Founded by Lauree Simmons, Big Dog Ranch Rescue saves dogs from abuse, inhumane treatment, and natural disasters. The ranch has saved more than 50,000 lives as the largest no-kill, cage-free rescue in the United States. Big Dog Ranch Rescue is a global voice against animal abuse. Community programs include services for veterans and seniors. Each rescue is healed physically and mentally, a philosophy that has resulted in an unequaled adoption success rate. The Big Dog Ranch Rescue Mission is to find every dog a loving home and to educate about proper care and the importance of spaying/ neutering.

Event Contact: Carolina Young Contact Number: 561.575.3399

Mission Statement: The mission of Cardinal Newman High School is to educate the whole person: spirit, mind, and body, and to help all students develop their God-given talents according to the gos pel values of Jesus Christ. Cardinal Newman is a premier Catholic college preparatory high school in West Palm Beach. It has a rich tradition of attracting gifted scholars, athletes, and artists who will become women and men of character, faith, and intellect. The school’s vision is to build life’s champions through faith, scholar ship, servant leadership, and a strong family atmosphere.

Title: Founder & CEO

Event Contact: Maria Reich

Year Founded: 1983

Contact Number: 561.651.9147

Head of Charity: Amy J. Kight

Title: Executive Director

Big Dog Ranch Rescue

512 Spencer Drive West Palm Beach, FL 33409 561.683.6266

Date: March 4, 2023

Event: Puttin’ on The Ritz 4Cs Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Celebration

Event Contact: Mary Martens

Date: February 4, 2023

Ranch 9/6/22 11:32 AM

7985 SW Jack James Drive Stuart, FL 772.221.877734997

4cmartin.orgthe4cclub@comcast.net

Date: December 3, 2022

Description: The season’s opening gala chaired by Matthew and Cassie Lawton is themed “Denim, Diamonds, and Dogs.” It will feature a cocktail reception with casino games, putting with a PGA pro, and a wine tasting. The sumptuous, seated dinner features America’s Got Talent’s Puppy Pals, live music, and a luxury auction.

bdrr.orgsaveadog@bdrr.org

Head of Charity: Gigi Suntum

Head of Charity: Lauree Simmons

Event: Newman Night 2023

Description: Join Cardinal Newman as it celebrates 62 years of providing a college preparatory, Catholic education in Palm Beach County. The evening will feature dinner, a live auction, and live entertainment.

Price: $300

Location: The Cohen Pavilion at the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, West Palm Beach

buschwildlife.orgmarketing@buschwildlife.org

Year Founded: 2008

Busch Wildlife Sanctuary

Year Founded: 1961

Year Founded: 1997

Title: Executive Director

Mission Statement: Busch Wildlife Sanctuary is Palm Beach County’s largest animal rehabilitation center specializing in Florida native wildlife. For almost 40 years, the sanctuary has been rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing native species, and reintroducing endangered and keystone species back into fragile ecosystems. Over 2 million guests have participated in Busch’s educational programs.

childrensfoundationpbc.orgfoundation@childrensfoundationpbc.org

Head of Charity: Lori Griffith

carpinc.orgadmin@carpinc.org

Price: $50

Head of Charity: Kelly V. Landers, Esq.

West Palm Beach, FL 33401 561.844.6400

Campaign Contact Number: 561.805.9927 Email: info@cceflorida.org

Description: CCE’s capital project expands programs on a new campus. CCE’s latest initiative, The Foundations School, has a new home where the foundations for academic success are reached through a student-centered, creative, arts-integrated approach to teaching and learning. Low-cost tuition is possible due to a sliding fee scale and scholarships.

Mission Statement: The mission of Chasin A Dream Foundation is to provide individualized, life-changing assistance to families with children battling cancer, cystic fibrosis, heart disease, blood disorders, and other life-threatening illnesses and disabilities.

Title: President & CEO

1626 Okeechobee Road

Mission Statement: Center for Creative Education’s (CCE) mission is to transform teaching and learning through creativity and the arts. CCE meets this mission by demonstrating how creativity and the arts can benefit the learning process for all. Its innovative solution is to help teachers and teaching artists restore creativity in classrooms by integrating the arts into core curricula. CCE’s vision is to be a leader in transforming educational environments and systems to better prepare students to meet the challenges and opportunities of the 21st Century with courage and confidence. CCE delivers professional teaching of the arts to more than 9,000 students and hundreds of teachers.

Title: President, Board of Directors

Mission Statement: To identify and fund projects to assist at-risk children and their families in Palm Beach County.

Location: Post Park, West Palm Beach

Description: The Annual Spring Luncheon celebrates the joy of recovery and offers hope to alcoholics and addicts who cannot otherwise afford treatment. Funds raised support the operations of CARP Men’s and Women’s Residential Programs for Recovery.

Year Founded: 1972

Title: Executive Director

Event Contact: Christina Irving Contact Number: 561.488.6980 Email: foundation@childrensfoundationpbc.org

Event: Second Annual Walk the Walk

Description: We Walk as Lions is a beautiful evening with dinner, an auction, and a unique fashion show featuring the young warriors who battle life-threatening illnesses and disabilities daily. The children—ages 2 to 18—are so happy to walk the runway and be celebrated for their bravery.

Title: Walk the Walk Chair

CARP’s vision is to prepare chemically dependent individuals to live free from addiction.

Description: The Second Annual Walk the Walk will take place during the Garden of Life Palm Beaches Marathon Weekend. Individuals or teams can sign up to walk. Funds raised by the Children’s Foundation of Palm Beach County will be used to assist under-served and at-risk children and their families.

Date: February 18, 2023

Event Contact: Lori Griffith

P.O. Box 4551

Event: CARP Annual Spring Luncheon

Contact Number: 561.315.7005

Campaign: Center for Creative Education Campaign

Year Founded: 1994

Mission Statement: Serving the alcoholic and drug-addicted underserved. CARP’s goal is to help break the cycle of hopeless addiction, dependency, and resulting homelessness among Palm Beach County’s economically vulnerable residents.

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305 Ocean Dunes Circle Jupiter, FL 561.315.700533477 chasinadream.orglori@chasinadream.org

Date: February 11, 2023

2400 Metrocentre Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 561.805.9927

Event: We Walk as Lions

Event Contact: Kelly V. Landers

Contact Number: 561.844.6400

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Children’s Foundation of Palm Beach County

Location: Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach Price: $250

Email: lori@chasinadream.org

Head of Charity: Sharyn Frankel

Location: Wyndham Grand Jupiter

CARP provides a 90-day residential program for recovery from substance use disorder. Its residences employ a peer-driven, 12-step recovery model proven to be effective against addiction in which individuals help one another to develop the spiritual tools and life-coping skills that enable them to rebuild their lives.

Price: $200

Chasin A Dream Foundation

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Year Founded: 2016

The Center for Creative Education

Year Founded: 2010

Head of Charity: Robert L. Hamon

West Palm Beach, FL 33402 561.488.6980

Date: December 10, 2022

cceflorida.orginfo@cceflorida.org

Event Contact: Marcy Hoffman

Contact Number: 561.370.7738

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Description: Since its inception, Cleveland Clinic Martin Health’s Chrysanthemum Ball has raised more than $17 million to advance critical care initiatives on the Treasure Coast. The Ball has earned a reputation for providing fine cuisine, entertainment, and a spirited atmosphere in extraordinary surroundings.

Event: Poinsettia Power Holiday Shopping Bazaar, Luncheon, and Fashion Show

Description: Golden Eye will feature Dr. Alex Lockwood, the project scientist at the Space Telescope Science Institute. Dr. Lockwood’s presentation will showcase astronomical discoveries captured by the Webb Telescope and include fascinating graphics and imagery from the largest telescope ever sent into space.

Martin-St. Lucie

851 SE Monterey Commons Blvd. Stuart, FL 772.288.379534996

tcfmsl.orgelizabeth@tcfmsl.org

Year Founded: 1988

Title: President & CEO

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Head of Charity: Kate Arrizza

Event Contact: Jaime Walton

Head of Charity: Karen Ripper

Year Founded: 1961

Mission Statement: The Community Foundation Martin-St. Lucie impacts communities through inspired philanthropy, strategic innovation, and leadership.

900 SE Salerno Road Stuart, FL 772.223.780034997

Event Contact: Logan Randich

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Cox Science Center and Aquarium

Date: January 19, 2023

Location: The Kane Center, Stuart

Head of Charity: Elizabeth A. Barbella

Email: mhoffman@coxsciencecenter.org

Cleveland Clinic Martin Health Foundation

Location: Elliott Museum, Stuart

Date: November 12, 2022

Email: jwalton@kanecenter.org

Year Founded: 1974

Date: December 7, 2022

Description: Poinsettia Power Holiday Shopping Bazaar, Luncheon, and Fashion Show is the Council on Aging’s annual fundraiser for Meals on Wheels. For 17 years, the funds raised by this event have helped to ensure Martin County’s low-income, homebound seniors receive fresh noontime meals and a daily check-in.

Mission Statement: The council’s mission is to be the unparalleled resource of expertise, programming, and support for seniors in Martin County. Its vision is to inspire a community that embraces, uplifts, and encourages seniors to maintain lives of quality and purpose.

Price: $100

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Price: $1,500

Mission Statement: The Cox Science Center and Aquarium’s mission is to “Open Every Mind to Science,” and it’s delivering on this promise with an indoor/outdoor venue featuring hands-on educational exhibits, a 10,000-gallon fresh and saltwater aquarium, digital planetarium, Pre-K—focused “Discovery Center,” an 18-hole conservation-themed mini-golf-course, and a quartermile-long outdoor science trail. In addition to seasonal exhibitions, the science center boasts the most advanced exhibit on the brain in the world, “Journey Through the Human Brain.”

Contact Number: 772.223.7827

The Community Foundation

Title: Chair of Philanthropy, FL Region

Contact Number: 772.268.0571

Title: CEO & President

Year Founded: 1983

Head of Charity: Jessica McLain, MHA, CFRE

Mission Statement: Since 1939, Martin Health has provided life-saving care to the residents of the Treasure Coast. The Martin Health Foundation was created in 1983 and has raised over $159 million since its inception. These funds help the community gain access to cutting-edge technologies and equipment, skilled nurses and physicians, and new services like open-heart surgery. As the only not-for-profit 501(c)(3) hospital in St. Lucie and Martin counties, Martin Health relies on the community’s gifts to provide the medical excellence the community expects and deserves.

Council on Aging of Martin County, Inc.

Title: President & CEO

4801 Dreher Trail N. West Palm Beach, FL 33405 561.832.1988 coxsciencecenter.orgmgrenz@coxsciencecenter.org

Event: Golden Eye – The James Webb Telescope: Revealing the Hidden Universe

Location: Cox Science Center and Aquarium, West Palm Beach Price: $1,000

P.O. Box 9010 Stuart, FL 772.223.563434995

Event: Chrysanthemum Ball

kanecenter.orgkanecenter@kanecenter.org

Show your Lion of Judah pride during this event, which welcomes women who give at the Lion of Judah level to any Jewish Federation in North America in 2023, or who have established a Lion of Judah Endowment in the Palm Beaches.

Contact: Traci Pincourt-Braun | traci.pincourt-braun@jewishpalmbeach.org561.242.6635

Contact: Elaine Aronoff | elaine.aronoff@jewishpalmbeach.org561.242.6661

This annual event honors and celebrates our community’s most generous philanthropists who contribute extraordinary gifts of $50,000 or more to Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County in 2023, or who have established an endowment of $1 million or more.

chair: Betsy R. Sheerr location: The Colony Palm Beach speaker: Aliza Kline, CEO of OneTable

Celebrate our impact with members of the King David Society, which welcomes donors who contribute $25,000 or more to Federation in 2023.

King David Society Kickoff

With Gratitude: JCF Donor Appreciation Event

Contact: Hope Levin | hope.levin@jewishpalmbeach.org561.242.6632

Thursday, December 15, 2022, at 5 p.m.

Contact: Hope Levin | hope.levin@jewishpalmbeach.org561.242.6632

Jewish Federation offers our most dedicated leaders exclusive opportunities to connect with one another and enjoy impactful speakers.

Monday, February 6, 2023, at 11:30 a.m.

Contact: Rachel Berg | rachel.berg@jewishpalmbeach.org561.242.6612

signature events

Sunday, March 5, 2023, at 5 p.m. Jeanne Levy Community Leadership Award Recipient: Hope Silverman chairs: Lainey & Beryl Simonson location: High Ridge Country Club

Wednesday, December 7, 2022, at 4 p.m.

Join together to celebrate donors who contribute $10,000 or more to Federation in 2023, or who have established an endowment of $200,000 or more.

Visit jewishpb.org/upcoming to see a full list of exciting events.

Celebrating Philanthropy: A Major Gifts Event

chairs: Sheryl Davidoff and Beth Wayne location: Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County speaker: Merle R. Saferstein, renowned author and educator

chairs: Richard A. Friedman, Peter May and Jonathan Tisch location: Palm Beach Country Club

This event recognizes donors affiliated with the Jewish Community Foundation (JCF), including donors with funded endowments, donors who have made a legacy commitment to secure our community’s future and holders of Donor Advised Funds.

H. Irwin Levy Founders Event

chairs: Sandra Bornstein and Karen Mandelbaum location: Kravis Center for the Performing Arts speaker: Samantha Ettus, bestselling author and entrepreneur

Monday, January 9, 2023, at 4:30 p.m.

The Lions’ Pride Event

Event Contact: Michelle Ashton

Event: A Night for Nature

Title: Executive Director Event: Style for Hope Luncheon Date: March 10, 2023

Program: Veterans Therapy Program

Event Contact: Abigail Flood

11211 Prosperity Farms Road, Suite D325 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 561.622.4588

Email: aflood@floridaocean.org

Description: Style for Hope is the annual major fundraiser with the presentation of the “Style Icon” award as its centerpiece. Honoring fashion trailblazers and inspiring role models for women, past award recipients have included Iris Apfel, Lilly Pulitzer (posthumously), and Josie Natori.

Mission Statement: Florida Oceanographic’s mission is to inspire environmental stewardship of Florida’s coastal ecosystems through education, research, and advocacy. Florida Oceanographic’s Coastal Center is a 57-acre marine life nature center located on Hutchinson Island in Stuart that features hands-on learning for children and adults. Guests can learn about Florida’s coastal ecosystems by attending daily educational programs and exploring exhibit galleries, aquariums, touch tanks, and nature trails.

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Title: Executive Director and CEO

Year Founded: 2013

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890 NE Ocean Blvd. Stuart, FL 772.225.050534996

Titles: Co-Founder and Board Director

Title: President & CEO

Dress for Success Palm Beaches

Head of Charity: Andrew Walker

Description: Florida Oceanographic’s annual gala event is a special evening filled with dinner, music, a live auction, and more. Celebrate the progress made in the fight for clean waterways as Florida Oceanographic continues its work to restore local habitats and inspire environmental stewardship.

Year Founded: 2010 Mission Statement: To empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire, and the development tools to help them thrive in work and life.

Location: The Cohen Pavilion at the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, West Palm Beach Price: $175

floridaocean.orginfo@floridaocean.org

2459 S. Congress Ave., Suite 204 Palm Springs, FL 33406 561.249.3898

Price: $5,000

Location: Sewall’s Point, Stuart Price: $375

Contact Number: 813.358.8058

Head of Charity: Joe Ann Fletcher

Year Founded: 1964

Description: Follow your instincts to “A Night for Nature.” The Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida celebrates everything wild— from outdoor recreation to creatures and their habitats. Frolic and fete in a setting overlooking nature’s bounty, which we seek to protect.

dressforsuccesspb.orgpalmbeaches@dressforsuccess.org

Description: An intensive therapy program (IP) includes CranioSacral Therapy integrated with multiple modalities of treatment in a concentrated and extended period, to facilitate healing efficiently and profoundly.

Date: March 31, 2023

Event Contact: Jo Ann Fletcher

Contact Number: 561.249.3898

Contact Number: 561.622.4706

Email: kat.perry@iahe.com 9/6/22 11:34 AM

Event: Oceans Alive: Treasures of the Sea Date: March 25, 2023

Location: Pelican Club, Jupiter

Head of Charity: Allen Merrell

Program Contact: Kat Perry

Dr. John E. Upledger Foundation

Mission Statement: The Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that seeks to protect our outstanding animals and plants, and the land and waters they need to survive. It works closely with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) and many other public and private partners. Since its founding in 1994, the Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida has raised and donated more than $60 million for conservation and outdoor recreation, including youth outdoor education.

Head of Charity: Mark Perry

Email: jfletcher@dressforsuccesspb.org

wildlifeflorida.orginfo@wildlifeflorida.org

Year Founded: 1994

upledger.orginfo@upledger.org

Contact Number: 772.225.0505, ext. 108

Fish & FoundationWildlifeofFlorida P.O. Box Tallahassee,11010FL 32302 850.922.1066

Mission Statement: The foundation’s mission is to support Dr. John E. Upledger’s vision and passion, ensuring that CranioSacral Therapy and other manual therapies are available worldwide to anyone who can benefit from these modalities. The Dr. John E. Upledger Foundation supports and develops therapeutic programs, education, research, and treatment to relieve symptoms associated with Alzheimer’s and dementia, autism, cancer treatment, chronic pain, concussion and traumatic brain injury, PTSD, stress, and tension-related disorders.

Email: mashton@wildlifeflorida.org

The toughest health problems can’t be solved by one expert, or even a few. They require the smartest minds in research, the most dedicated physicians in health care and the most powerful computing power paired with artificial intelligence. All working together for a singular purpose — to advance discoveries from the laboratories to the people who need cures now.

Scripps Florida is now part of the University of Florida. As UF Scripps Biomedical Research, we aim to take on the toughest challenges in medicine. Get ready for breakthroughs. Learn more at scripps.ufl.edu/together. TOGETHER.BRINGSTOMORROWBETTERUS

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Mission Statement: Hanley Foundation envisions a world free of addiction, leading the way as the largest provider of grantfunded prevention education services in Florida. Hanley Foundation’s mission is to eliminate addiction through prevention, advocacy, treatment, and recovery support. In addition to offering recovery scholarships to those in need and facilitating trainings to identify the signs of substance misuse, the foundation works to reduce stigma and inform policy through its advocacy efforts. Hanley Foundation educates, changes minds, and saves lives with its evidence-based programs proven through research to prevent and delay the use of alcohol and other drugs.

Email: events@hanleyfoundation.org

Description: Over the Edge for Habitat PBC is an urban rappelling event. Supporters will fundraise at least $1,000 to face their fears and earn a spot to rappel 19 stories off the iconic Phillips Point in West Palm Beach to support affordable housing. Enjoy food, music, and family-friendly activities.

Furry Friends Adoption, Clinic & Ranch

Title: CEO

Year Founded: 1986

Event Contact: Sam Cassino Contact Number: 561.292.0940

Year Founded: 1986

Year Founded: 1986

Email: events@hanleyfoundation.org

Email: samanthac@habitatpbc.org

Mission Statement: Furry Friends is working every day to support the human-animal bond by addressing needs at both ends of the leash. As the needs of the community and region evolve, Furry Friends is refocusing to improve the care for pets while also addressing the root causes of pet overpopulation. The organization’s vision is to transform its facilities into nation-leading campuses for lifesaving programs, address disparities in the supply of and access to adoptable pets, provide access to veterinary services to all, and build a culture of care and achievement.

Event: Over the Edge for Habitat for Humanity, presented by Related Companies

700 S. Dixie Hwy., Suite 103 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 561.268.2355 hanleyfoundation.orgevents@hanleyfoundation.org

Email: ckrasulak@furryfriendsadoption.org 9/6/22 11:35 AM

Date: October 14, 2022

Event Contact: Curry Krasulak

hanleyfoundation.orgevents@hanleyfoundation.org

Mission Statement: Hanley Foundation envisions a world free of addiction, leading the way as the largest provider of grantfunded prevention education services in Florida. Hanley Foundation’s mission is to eliminate addiction through prevention, advocacy, treatment, and recovery support. In addition to offering recovery scholarships to those in need and facilitating trainings to identify the signs of substance misuse, the foundation works to reduce stigma and inform policy through its advocacy efforts. Hanley Foundation educates, changes minds, and saves lives with its evidence-based programs proven through research to prevent and delay the use of alcohol and other drugs.

Location: Phillip’s Point, West Palm Beach

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Description: Chaired by Michelle and John Makris, the Second Annual Brice Makris Brunch features a gourmet brunch, entertainment, and live and silent auctions. All event proceeds will go toward the Brice Makris Endowment Fund, which embodies the spirit of Brice’s commitment to saving 100 lives from addiction.

Head of Charity: Peter Gates

Title: CEO

Description: Chaired by Kelly Williams and Andrew Forsyth, the Palm Beach Dinner will be an elegant evening with gourmet food, a live and silent auction, and live entertainment. All event proceeds will benefit Hanley Foundation’s statewide prevention education programs and Lifesaver Scholarship Program.

Title: CEO

Title: CEO

Price: $1,000

Mission Statement: Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County is a nonprofit organization dedicated to building strength, stability, and self-reliance through shelter. Each habitat partner family is required to invest sweat equity hours of their own labor into the construction of homes before being eligible to purchase their home utilizing a 30-year, no-profit, no-interest loan. HFHPBC has constructed 249 safe, affordable homes throughout a service area extending from Hypoluxo Road in the south to the Martin County line in the north and from Palm Beach to Lake Okeechobee. A robust critical home repair program also serves the community.

Head of Charity: Jan Cairnes

Head of Charity: Jason Gluck

Event: Gimme Shelter Gala Date: February 18, 2023

Contact Number: 561.935.1661

Head of Charity: Jan Cairnes

Description: Join chairs Mara Schainuck-Benjamin and Arlette Gordon for the annual waterfront gala benefiting Furry Friends. Mix and mingle with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres along the shores of the Jupiter Inlet. Following dinner, enjoy a unique live auction, special surprises, and fun live entertainment.

700 S. Dixie Hwy., Suite 103 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 561.268.2355

6758 N. Military Trail, Suite 301 Riviera Beach, FL 33407 561.366.2532

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Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County

Year Founded: 1981

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Location: Sailfish Club of Florida, Palm Beach

Date: December 11, 2022

Contact Number: 561.268.2355

Location: Pelican Club, Jupiter Price: $500

Price: $150

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Hanley Foundation

Date: January 19, 2023

100 Capital St. Jupiter, FL 33458

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Location: Boca West Country Club

Event Contact: Emily Nichols Contact Number: 561.268.2355

Price: $500

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Event: Second Annual Brice Makris Brunch

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Event Contact: Emily Nichols

Event: Eighteenth Annual Palm Beach Dinner

Date: April 17, 2023

Price: $1,000

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Title: CEO

Event Contact: Mary Arden Carroll

700 S. Dixie Hwy., Suite 103 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 561.268.2355

Event: Twenty-Fourth Annual Golf Classic

Hannah’s Home of South Florida

Year Founded: 2011

Contact Number: 561.277.9823

PLEASE DONATE AT CHASINADREAM.ORG OR CALL 561-315-7005.

Title: Founder

Chasin A Dream Foundation provides individualized, life-changing assistance to local families with children battling cancer, cystic fibrosis, and other life-threatening illnesses. With your support and resources, we can help ease the stress these families are facing. Our foundation starts with LOCALS HELPING LOCALS® and investing in the health of our children. Let’s make a difference together.

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Location: Bear Lakes Country Club, West Palm Beach

Head of Charity: Jan Cairnes

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Location: Pelican Club, Jupiter Price: $300

Year Founded: 1986

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Event: Fourth Annual Hannah’s Home Gala Date: March 2, 2023

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Mission Statement: Hannah’s Home of South Florida provides a safe and loving Christian environment for single, pregnant young women. Through counseling, teaching life skills, and continuing education, the organization offers hope and transforms lives.

Description: Hanley Foundation’s long-standing golf benefit will raise funds for addiction treatment scholarships. The tournament will begin with a shotgun start, followed by 18 holes of competitive play. Chaired by Sherrye and Ira Fenton, the event will include a silent auction, lunch, and awards presentation.

Mission Statement: Hanley Foundation envisions a world free of addiction, leading the way as the largest provider of grantfunded prevention education services in Florida. Hanley Foundation’s mission is to eliminate addiction through prevention, advocacy, treatment, and recovery support. In addition to offering recovery scholarships to those in need and facilitating trainings to identify the signs of substance misuse, the foundation works to reduce stigma and inform policy through its advocacy efforts. Hanley Foundation educates, changes minds, and saves lives with its evidence-based programs proven through research to prevent and delay the use of alcohol and other drugs.

Head of Charity: Carol Beresford

Email: maryarden@hannahshomesf.org

Contact Number: 561.268.2355

Event Contact: Emily Nichols

Hanley Foundation

P.O. Box 561.277.9823Tequesta,4512FL33469

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Seven year old Memphis was involved in a horrific car accident, leaving her paralyzed from the neck down. At such a young age, she has endured more hospital visits and treatments than most will in a lifetime. Despite all of these challenges, Memphis still finds something to smile about every day. To learn more about her battle and read the incredble stories of our other Warriors, visit our website. Please make a donation today. Thank you.

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Description: The Fourth Annual Hannah’s Home Gala will feature cocktails, auctions, dinner, and special guests at the Pelican Club by the waters of Jupiter. This premier charitable event will raise critical funds to care for homeless women and their babies.

Title: President

Title: President & CEO

Price: $250

Title: CEO

Mission Statement: The mission of the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast is to provide compassionate care and nurture the bond between people and pets.

Email: dgreer@hstc1.org

Hibiscus Children’s Center

Description: The Paws & Claws Gala is the Humane Society’s premier event in the spring. Featuring premium cocktails, flavorful fare, live entertainment, and much more, this fundraiser is a can’t-miss event of the season! Find details for the 2023 gala on our website hstc1.org/events as they become available.

44 Cocoanut Row, Suite M201 Palm Beach, FL 33480 561.758.2926

Head of Charity: Matt Markley

Contact Number: 772.600.3214

Description: The Viva Las Vegas Casino Night will be an exciting evening to benefit the children living at Hibiscus Children’s Center. Roll the dice in the casino and enjoy cocktails and hors d’oeuvres followed by a delicious dinner and dancing with a few fun surprises.

HomeSafe

2840 Sixth Ave. S. Lake Worth, FL 33461 561.383.9800

Year Founded: 1955

Event: The Classic Rock & Roll Party

impactpalmbeaches.orginfo@impactpalmbeaches.org

Location: Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood Price: $500

Event Contact: Chere Camus Brodi Contact Number: 561.383.9842

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Event: Paws & Claws Gala

Location: Mariner Sands Country Club, Stuart

Location: Eissey Campus Theatre, Palm Beach Gardens

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helphomesafe.orgdevelopment@helphomesafe.org

Humane Society of the Treasure Coast

Mission Statement: HomeSafe is a nationally accredited nonprofit protecting Palm Beach County’s and South Florida’s most vulnerable residents—child abuse and domestic violence victims. Through its results-driven approach, the organization is the leading provider of prevention and intervention services, serving more than 15,000 infants, children, young adults, and families each year. HomeSafe is one of just five specialized therapeutic group care agencies in the state of Florida—the only one in Southeast Florida—and currently cares for 50 percent of all the children these organizations serve.

Event Contact: Lori Swift Contact Number: 772.334.9311

Description: The Classic Rock & Roll Party is a high-energy night of music and fun that includes a silent auction, sit-down dinner, open bar, program, and a private concert by Don Felder, a former lead guitarist of the Eagles. The celebrity host is Iron Maiden drummer Nicko McBrain. Party co-chairs are Rex Kirby and Kelly Smallridge and Gina and Larry Melby.

Date: Spring 2023

Event Contact: Cara MacVane Contact Number: 561.685.2342

Email: ckmacvane@gmail.com

Head of Charity: Lauren Sterlacci

Year Founded: 2015

Event Contact: Debbi Greer

Event: 2023 Impact Awards Celebration

Description: The 2023 Impact Awards Celebration will be an exciting event where finalists (local nonprofits) present their proposals for funding to Impact members. A vote will be taken, and grants will be immediately awarded. Impact the Palm Beaches will award one or more $100,000 Impact grants.

Impact the Palm Beaches

4001 NE Savannah Road Jensen Beach, FL 34957 772.334.9311

Year Founded: 1985

Mission Statement: The mission of Hibiscus Children’s Center is to maintain a safe shelter for children who are abused, abandoned, and neglected by providing prevention, early intervention, and advocacy in quality residential, assessment, and recovery programs.

Event: Viva Las Vegas Casino Night

Email: lswift@hcc4kids.org 9/2/22 12:58 PM

Year Founded: 1979

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Date: April 20, 2023

Head of Charity: Frank Valente

Head of Charity: Matthew Ladika

Email: cherebrodi@helphomesafe.org

Mission Statement: Impact the Palm Beaches is a philanthropic organization where women collectively give to nonprofits in Central and Northern Palm Beach County to ignite transformational change through five core service areas: Arts & Culture; Education; Environment & Animal Welfare; Health & Wellness; and Family. The collaborative structure of this efficient model empowers women to create waves of positive change. Since 2015, Impact the Palm Beaches has awarded over $1 million in grants to local nonprofits. Impact the Palm Beaches is a charitable fund of the Town of Palm Beach United Way.

Title: CEO

Price: $20

hibiscuschildrenscenter.orgmmarkley@hcc4kids.org

Date: November 18, 2022

Date: January 28, 2023

4100 SW Leighton Farm Ave. Palm City, FL 772.223.882234990

Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County

Location: The Cohen Pavilion at the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, West Palm Beach

Year Founded: 1962

Title: Board Chair

Mission Statement: As the “city hall” of the Jewish community, Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County addresses the most vital causes in the Palm Beaches, Israel, and 70 countries around the globe. Fueled by the generosity and leadership of dedicated philanthropists, Federation cares for those who need help, connects people with their Jewish identity, and creates a secure community that stands up to anti-Semitism.

Location: Palm Beach Country Club, Palm Beach

Date: January 9, 2023

Email: hope.levin@jewishpalmbeach.org

1 Harvard Circle, Suite 100 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 561.478.0700

Date: February 6, 2023

Description: Show your Lion of Judah pride during this event, which welcomes women who give at the Lion of Judah level to any Jewish Federation in North America in 2023, or who have established a Lion of Judah Endowment in the Palm Beaches.

Head of Charity: Susan Shulman Pertnoy

Event: The Lions’ Pride Event

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Event Contact: Hope Levin

Event Contact: Rachel Berg

Contact Number: 561.242.6632

1 Harvard Circle, Suite 100 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 561.478.0700

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Email: rachel.berg@jewishpalmbeach.org

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Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County

Contact Number: 561.242.6612

Event: H. Irwin Levy Founders Event

Description: This annual event honors and celebrates the community’s generous philanthropists who contribute extraordinary gifts of $50,000 or more to Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County in 2023, or who have established an endowment of $1 million or more.

jewishpb.orginfo@jewishpalmbeach.org

Event Contact: Traci Pincourt-Braun Contact Number: 561.242.6635

Event: Celebrating Philanthropy: A Major Gifts Event

Location: High Ridge Country Club, Lantana

1720 S. Ocean Blvd. Manalapan, FL 33462 561.582.8083 life-edu.orglife@life-edu.org

Title: Founder & President

Event: LIFE’s Twenty-Ninth Annual “Lady in Red” Gala

Location: The Breakers Palm Beach Price: $1,250

Leaders in Furthering Education (LIFE)

Description: The evening begins with cocktails followed by dinner. Headliners include global superstar Paul Anka and comedian Rita Rudner. Proceeds benefit Lois’ Food4Kids program at the Palm Beach County Food Bank and Pups4Patriots program at American Humane.

Email: traci.pincourt-braun@jewishpalmbeach.org

Title: Chief Philanthropy Officer and President

Location: The Breakers, Palm Beach Price: $950

Description: Top philanthropists, business leaders, and friends of JMC come together every spring at the foundation’s annual black-tie ball. This formal event boasts an elegant evening with cocktails, live music, an auction, a delectable dinner, and more. Proceeds benefit the Surgical Institute.

Event: Forty-Sixth Annual Black-Tie Ball

Description: Join together to celebrate donors who contribute $10,000 or more to the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County in 2023, or who have established an endowment of $200,000 or more. The Jeanne Levy Community Leadership Award Recipient is Hope Silverman.

Mission Statement: For the past 29 years, Leaders in Furthering Education (LIFE) has been dedicated to helping and improving the lives of the voiceless and vulnerable in our society—those who are disadvantaged, marginalized, or forgotten because of disabilities, socio-economic status, neglect, age, abuse, and other barriers. Founded by Lois Pope, LIFE has provided aid, assistance, and awards for disabled veterans, medical research, college scholarships, humanitarian relief, the performing arts, and animal welfare.

Event Contact: Laura Greene

Year Founded: 2002

Jupiter Medical Center Foundation

Mission Statement: Kijana Educational Empowerment Initiative promotes and cultivates youth empowerment through educational development, cross-cultural dialogue, and sustainable and environmentally friendly economic growth among American school and under-served Kenyan school communities. Access to contemporary resources and technology will enable students and educators in Kenya and in the United States to connect with each other as we develop a generation of young people who will change the world for the better.

Contact Number: 561.263.3712

Description: This campaign’s mission is to raise $500,000 to build a world-class educational facility inclusive of indoor collaboration, innovation, and communication spaces; an amphitheater; and an environment that promotes a learning experience encompassing STEAM, reading, arts, and writing.

Head of Charity: Lois Pope

Head of Charity: Michael J. Morsberger

Date: March 26, 2023

1 Harvard Circle, Suite 100

Email: life@life-edu.org

West Palm Beach, FL 33409 561.478.0700

jupitermed.comlaura.greene@jupitermed.com

Campaign Contact: Jim Cummings

Contact Number: 561.312.1968

Event Contact: Nicole Voigt Contact Number: 561.582.8083

Date: March 4, 2023

Title: Founder & President

Year Founded: 1989

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Kijana EmpowermentEducationalInitiative

516 Gulf Road North Palm Beach, FL 33408 561.312.1968 kijana.orgkijana@kijana.org

Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County

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Mission Statement: Since its founding in 1989, Jupiter Medical Center Foundation (JMCF) has raised funds to support Jupiter Medical Center’s mission to reimagine the delivery of health and wellness to the region. JMCF is committed to transforming regional healthcare through patient-centered care, cuttingedge technology, and state-of-the-art facilities. As the leading, not-for-profit healthcare provider in the region, Jupiter Medical Center relies on philanthropy to maintain patients’ well-being and deliver world-class healthcare.

Email: laura.greene@jupitermed.com

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Email: james.cummings@kijana.org

Campaign: Twentieth Anniversary Campaign: Building a World-Class, Multi-Purpose Educational Facility

Date: March 5, 2023

1210 S. Old Dixie Hwy. Jupiter, FL 561.263.371233458

Head of Charity: Jim Cummings

Year Founded: 1993

jewishpb.orginfo@jewishpalmbeach.org

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Description: D’Art for Art is Lighthouse ArtCenter’s signature fundraiser. This fast-paced event features exceptional art, jewelry, and artisan home decor donated by local and national artists and collectors. Guests will enjoy cocktails and delicious cuisine and take home a fabulous piece of art.

Subscribe Today @ jupitermag.com

Date: January 14, 2023

Lighthouse ArtCenter

Event: D’Art for Art 2023

Title: Executive Director

Event Contact: Dawn Larkin

Contact Number: 561.746.3101

"Helping Kids Be Kids During Difficult Times."

Year Founded: 1989

Contact Number: 561.767.3370

During Stars Ball, our very own Stars get glammed up to walk a red carpet lined with fans and paparazzi. In addition, the event features a program including highly-anticipated live and silent

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Price: $175

lighthousearts.orginfo@lighthousearts.org

wait for you to experience the magic of Stars Ball!

Mission Statement: To improve the quality of life in Palm Beach County by promoting and achieving literacy. Without a solid foundation in literacy, children struggle in school. As youth, they drop out without a high school diploma and lack job readiness skills to obtain meaningful employment. As adults, they cannot find a job paying a livable wage. To address this, the Literacy Coalition provides programs to help 49,876 adults and children each year.

Literacy Coalition of Palm Beach County

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3651 Quantum Blvd. Boynton Beach, FL 33426 561.279.9103

Event Contact: Sue Snyder

Location: Lighthouse ArtCenter, Tequesta

October 15, 2022

For more information, please visit www.littlesmilesfl.org/starsball or contact Nicole Mercado, nmercado@littlesmiles.org 561-660-8745

Year Founded: 1964

Palm Beach County Convention Center

literacypbc.orgcommunications@literacypbc.org

373 Tequesta Drive Tequesta, FL 33469 561.746.3101

Date: March 9, 2023

Email: susan@lighthousearts.org

Little Smiles of Florida

Location: Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, West Palm Beach

Mission Statement: Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery and School of Art (LAC) is a for-impact art center focused on community. Its vision is to inspire, engage, and connect all walks of life through the universal language of art. To achieve this mission, the center offers art classes in media that vary from traditional to niche, displays unique and captivating exhibitions, hosts social and educational events, and provides community-based art outreach programs to those in need.

Head of Charity: Jeni Licata

The Little Smiles Stars Ball is a one-of-a-kind event! Modeled after a Hollywood award show, Stars Ball celebrates incredible children from our very own partner facilities just as we would celebrities! The Stars are all nominated for their inspirational stories that have touched the lives of so many. Yet, their stories are never the same, leaving us in awe of their perseverance.

Join Little Smiles of Florida for our 17th Annual Stars Ball!

Description: The coalition’s signature event inspires the business and social community, raises awareness of significant literacy needs, and provides crucial funds to support literacy programs from Boca Raton to Jupiter to Belle Glade. Past speakers include David Baldacci, Michael Connelly, and Elizabeth Berg.

Email: communications@literacypbc.org

Head of Charity: Kristin Calder

Title: CEO

Price: $500

Event: Thirty-Second Annual Love of Literacy Luncheon

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Description: The Annual Go Blue Awards recognizes individuals, youth, businesses, and nonprofit organizations who are making extraordinary contributions to ocean conservation and are on the leading edge of going “Blue.” This year’s event will feature guest speaker, Dr. Wallace J. Nichols.

Mission Statement: Little Smiles helps heal hearts and create little smiles by providing gifts and fun activities to children impacted by serious illness, homelessness, or tragedy.

Email: mmunoz@thelordsplace.org

Event: Fifteenth Annual Ending Homelessness Breakfast

Year Founded: 1981

Head of Charity: Cindy Wester Title: President

Email: loxahatcheeguild@gmail.com

Event: Annual Gala: A Party for Preservation

loxahatcheeguild.orgloxahatcheeguild@gmail.com

Year Founded: 1999

Loggerhead Marinelife Center

3569 91st St. N., Suite 4 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33403 littlesmiles.orgnmercado@littlesmiles.org

Event: Seventeenth Annual Stars Ball Date: October 15, 2022

Event Contact: Nicole Mercado Contact Number: 561.837.0667

Year Founded: 1979

Head of Charity: Diana Stanley

Description: The Fifteenth Annual Ending Homelessness Breakfast will take place during Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week to spread community and national awareness and raise funds to provide the resources, programs, and services needed to break the cycle of homelessness in Palm Beach County.

Location: Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, West Palm Beach Price: $175/nonmember, $150 Blue Friends member

Mission Statement: For over 40 years, the Loxahatchee Guild has been the premier historic preservation organization in northern Palm Beach County. As a nonprofit, the guild with its active membership has raised funds to promote and protect valuable projects including the 1915 Jupiter FEC Train Depot, the Tindall Pioneer House, the DuBois House, and the Jupiter Lighthouse.

Event Contact: Lynne L. Wells

Event Contact: Marilyn Munoz Contact Number: 561.578.4841

Location: Pelican Club, Jupiter Price: $150

Description: Each year at Stars Ball, nurses and law enforcement agencies partner with Little Smiles to honor local children who have shown extraordinary bravery and character. The evening includes the “stars” walking the red carpet, live and silent auctions, as well as dinner and dancing.

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Title: CEO

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The Lord’s Place

2808 N. Australian Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 561.632.6747

thelordsplace.orginfo@thelordsplace.org

Date: November 17, 2022

Price: $300

Head of Charity: Nicole Mercado

Price: $75

Loxahatchee Guild P.O. Box 561.707.7032Tequesta,4544FL33469

Title: Executive Director

Location: The Cohen Pavilion at the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, West Palm Beach

Description: The cocktail reception will feature gourmet tastings from around the world, music, and a silent auction to raise funds for the guild’s historic preservation projects. A fun, moon-lit evening along the Loxahatchee is promised.

Event Contact: Cindy Wester Contact Number: 561.707.7032

14200 U.S. Hwy. 1 Juno Beach, FL 33408 561.627.8280

marinelife.orginfo@marinelife.org

Year Founded: 1983

Location: Palm Beach County Convention Center, West Palm Beach

Mission Statement: To promote the conservation of ocean ecosystems with a special focus on threatened and endangered sea turtles.

Head of Charity: Andy Dehart Title: President & CEO Event: Go Blue Awards Date: October 28, 2022

Mission Statement: The Lord’s Place is dedicated to breaking the cycle of homelessness by providing innovative, compassionate, and effective services to men, women, and children in the community. Programs and services include providing supportive and graduate housing at 12 locations; operating social enterprises including Joshua Catering & Deli; providing job training and placement services, clinical and care coordination, and community engagement services; and a highly successful reentry program helping men and women transitioning from incarceration.

Date: February 9, 2023

Contact Number: 561.627.8280, ext. 131 Email: bluefriends@marinelife.org Loggerhead Marinelife

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Mission Statement: The Palm Beach County Food Bank is committed to being a strong leader for the other stakeholders and organizations that join in addressing the issues surrounding hunger in Palm Beach County. There is a collective resolve in working together to help children, families, and seniors in the community.

Event Contact: Jillian Halay

Event: Rendezvous at the Light Date: November 19, 2022

Year Founded: 2004

Palm Beach County Food Bank

Head of Charity: Jamie Kendall

701 Boutwell Road, Suite A-2 Lake Worth, FL 33461 info@pbcfoodbank.org

Description: Attendees will enjoy a simple meal of soup from local restaurants, freshly baked goods, bottled water, and an empty ceramic bowl to signify the many bowls in Palm Beach County to be filled as even the simplest meal means a lot to neighbors in need.

Event Contact: LaShaundra Highsmith

Email: lashaundra@pbcfoodbank.org

Head of Charity: Rodney Louis

jupiterlighthouse.orgdevelopment@jupiterlighthouse.org

Contact Number: 561.670.2518

Year Founded: 1972

Email: marychc@comcast.net

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makingeverydaycountcharity.orgmarychc@comcast.net

500 Captain Armour’s Way Jupiter, FL 561.747.838033469

Title: Board President

Head of Charity: Dr. Robin Sykes

Event Contact: Mary Castronuovo Contact Number: 561.373.1646

Event: Empty Bowls Palm Beach

Year Founded: 2012

Event: Tenth Anniversary Luncheon & Auction Date: October 20, 2022

Heads of Charity: Jack and Barbara Nicklaus

Description: Proceeds from the luncheon and auction support children and families who have the desire to complete programs in either the delinquency or family drug courts, providing assistance for rent, utilities, transportation, education, and household items while clients complete drug courts programs. This year’s honorary luncheon chairs are Kerryn Cole and Cathie Ryan; auction chairs are Mary Castronuovo and Colleen Sagees.

Mission Statement: The 1860 Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse is the Palm Beaches’ most treasured landmark. Today, the Loxahatchee River Historical Society operates and beautifully preserves the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, providing memorable experiences to families, students, and visitors from around the world. Educational programs and exhibits showcase a unique 5,000-year-old history. Annual events include Family Adventure Day and the Wild & Scenic Film Festival. The Lighthouse offers free admission to active-duty U.S. military and their families year-round.

Description: Join honorary chairs Chris and Michelle Searcy and event co-chairs Lori Houchin and Dedra Malizia at this sparkling waterfront fundraiser benefiting the iconic Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. Sample signature treats from the area’s top restaurants, and enjoy wine, music, and a magical silent auction.

11780 U.S. Hwy. 1, Suite 105 North Palm Beach, FL 33408 561.630.0025

nchcf.orginfo@nchcf.org

Event: Golden Heart Luncheon

Price: $150

4455 Military Trail, Suite 201 Jupiter, FL 561.373.164633458

Mission Statement: Making Every Day Count, Inc. is a Palm Beach County charity committed to raising funds so Palm Beach County family and delinquency drug courts can give youth and families affected by addiction a second chance. The organization provides families and children with the help they need to recover and lead successful lives.

Location: The Country Club at Mirasol, Palm Beach Gardens Price: $125

Making Every Day Count, Inc.

Description: The Golden Heart Luncheon will feature a notable speaker, an enticing silent auction, and a delectable lunch to raise funds to help continue the foundation’s mission.

Price: $350

Contact Number: 561.747.8380, ext. 100

Title: Founders

Contact Number: 561.630.0025

Loxahatchee River Historical Society

Event Contact: Katrina Heller

Mission Statement: Jack and Barbara Nicklaus founded the Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation in 2004, to provide families access to world-class pediatric health care. As young parents, they pledged to each other that if they were ever able to help others, they wanted to help children. The foundation supports Nicklaus Children’s Hospital and innovative programs focused on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of childhood illness.

Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation

Year Founded: 2012

Title: CEO

Date: February 17, 2023

Location: The Country Club at Mirasol, Palm Beach Gardens

Email: jillian.halay@nchcf.org

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Location: Bethesda-by-the-Sea, Palm Beach

Date: January 30, 2023

Title: Board Chair

Location: Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum

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Price: $500/individual, $950/couple, $6,500/table

Description: Palm Beach Symphony invites patrons and friends to mingle and enjoy an unforgettable black-tie gala evening. The elegant affair will feature live music, dinner, dancing, and a live auction that benefits the symphony’s world-class concerts, community outreach, and music education programs.

Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society

Title: Board Chairman

Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League

Location: The Flagler Museum, Palm Beach

Mission Statement: Palm Beach Symphony’s mission is to engage, educate, and entertain the Palm Beaches through live performances of inspiring orchestral music. Now in its fortyninth season, the symphony has earned a stellar reputation as a world-class orchestra with a mission that includes carefully designed education and community outreach initiatives. The 2022-2023 season offers a series of concerts crafted by the symphony’s internationally acclaimed music director Gerard Schwarz, as well as a variety of music education and community outreach events.

Event Contact: Lindsay Shapiro

Event Contact: Lindsay Shapiro

Event Contact: Brittany Henson

Location: The Breakers Palm Beach

Description: Chaired by Ruth Baum, Dan Comerford, and Cy and Lulu Ryan, Do at the Zoo is an annual alfresco culinary evening under the stars. Guests will enjoy animal encounters, holiday lights, classic cocktails, and delightful bites from top-rated local restaurants while supporting conservation and the zoo.

Date: February 20, 2023

Price: $750

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Event: Twenty-First Anniversary Annual Gala

Event: Journey to Africa Gala

Email: b.henson@peggyadams.org

Mission Statement: Saving wildlife in wild places

Location: Palm Beach Zoo, West Palm Beach Price: $200

Year Founded: 1925

Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society

1301 Summit Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33405 561.533.0887, ext. 222 palmbeachzoo.orgdaz@palmbeachzoo.org

Contact Number: 561.533.0887, ext. 222 Email: lshapiro@palmbeachzoo.org

Location: Palm Beach Zoo, West Palm Beach

400 Hibiscus St., Suite 100 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 561.655.2657

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Title: CEO

Description: The Young Friends of Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League will host its third “Party Animal” gala. Themed “Jungle Chic,” guests are invited to a night of dining and entertainment to support the humane rescue work of Peggy Adams.

Email: lshapiro@palmbeachzoo.org

Description: Chaired by Deborah Dauman and Suzanne Johnson, the Journey to Africa Gala supports the zoo’s conservation mission and expert animal care and well-being. The gala features an haute cuisine dining experience, dancing, a live auction, and wildlife encounters.

Year Founded: 1969

8/25/22

palmbeachsymphony.orginfo@palmbeachsymphony.org

Titles: Board Member and Event Chairs

Head of Charity: Margo McKnight Title: President & CEO Event: Do at the Zoo Date: December 6, 2022

Year Founded: 1974

Contact Number: 561.530.6066

Contact Number: 561.568.0265

Email: hselcuk@palmbeachsymphony.org

3200 N. Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33409 561.686.3663 peggyadams.orgevents@peggyadams.org

Mission Statement: The mission of the Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League is to provide shelter to lost, homeless, and unwanted animals; to provide spay and neuter and other medical services for companion animals; to care for, protect, and find quality homes for homeless and neglected companion animals; and to advocate animal welfare, community involvement, and education to further the bond between people and animals.

1301 Summit Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33405 561.533.0887, ext. 222 palmbeachzoo.orggala@palmbeachzoo.org

Price: $1,000

Head of Charity: Michele Kessler

Heads of Charity: Stacey Leuliette, Molly and Nick Mele

Event: Party Animal Date: November 19, 2022

Palm Beach Symphony

Head of Charity: David McClymont

Event Contact: Hulya Selcuk

Year Founded: 1969

Date: January 27, 2023

Contact Number: 561.533.0887, ext. 222

Mission Statement: Saving wildlife in wild places

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Email: events@ppsenfl.org

Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League

12350 SE Federal Hwy. Hobe Sound, FL 33455 772.675.7005

Event Contact: Kaleen Martinez

thepineschool.orgadmissions@thepineschool.org

Place of Hope

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Year Founded: 1971

Location: Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, West Palm Beach

9:37 AM

Price: $150

Description: This event features a live and silent auction, drinks, dinner, and entertainment from 7 p.m-midnight, with a VIP reception from 5:30-7 p.m. Proceeds support the financial assistance, scholarship, and teacher professional development funds at The Pine School.

Description: The annual Tradition of Choice Luncheon featuring a guest speaker is held each year in West Palm Beach and raises over $400,000 for essential services benefiting patients. Sponsorship opportunities are available.

Price: $1,500

Contact Number: 772.675.7005 Email: jboyer@thepineschool.org

Title: President & CEO

Year Founded: 1998

Mission Statement: The Pine School is an independent college preparatory school educating students in Kindergarten through twelfth grade. We promote academic, artistic, and athletic excellence in a close-knit learning environment that extends from the classroom to our expansive natural campus and beyond. Our challenging curriculum cultivates intellectual curiosity and honors each student’s voice as we strive for inclusivity. From a strong sense of community and connection, Pine School students become inspired and prepared to navigate a complex and changing world.

Date: March 16, 2023

The Pine School

Date: November 5, 2022

Contact Number: 561.775.7195

Mission Statement: The mission of Planned Parenthood of South, East, and North Florida is to provide comprehensive sexual health care through the provision of clinical services, education, and advocacy. We do so by understanding and responding to the needs of those seeking our services, and by protecting and respecting the essential privacy rights, dignity, and culture of everyone.

Mission Statement: Place of Hope provides a stable, loving family environment for hurting children and their families. The organization is committed to meeting desperate needs in the community by sharing God’s love and placing hope in their lives—one child and family at a time.

Event Contact: Joanne Pellecchia Contact Number: 561.472.8842

Mission Statement: The mission of the Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League is to provide shelter to lost, homeless, and unwanted animals; to provide spay and neuter and other medical services for companion animals; to care for, protect, and find quality homes for homeless and neglected companion animals; and to advocate animal welfare, community involvement, and education to further the bond between people and animals.

Description: A perennial favorite of Palm Beach pet lovers, where simplicity and elegance are cherished traditions. Inviteonly guests are greeted by a receiving line of tail-wagging adoptable pets, and the crowd enjoys front-row seats for the always popular parade of animals.

Email: jamieb@placeofhope.com

Email: j.pellecchia@peggyadams.org 8/30/22

Head of Charity: Binney Caffrey

Event: Tradition of Choice Luncheon

Price: $200

ppsenfl.orgevents@ppsenfl.org

Head of Charity: Pauline Pitt

placeofhope.comjamieb@placeofhope.com

Location: Sailfish Club of Florida, Palm Beach

Event: Hope Bash Palm Beach

Event Contact: Jamie Bond

Title: CEO

3200 N. Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33409 561.686.3663

Location: Trump National Golf Club Jupiter

Event Contact: John Boyer

Date: December 8, 2022

Description: Place of Hope’s seventeenth annual Hope Bash is Palm Beach County’s premier fundraiser raising critical funds for the community. Known to be one of the most exhilarating charitable evenings, this gala offers attendees a cocktail reception, silent auction, raffles, dinner, dancing, live auction, and more.

Title: Board Member, Event Chairperson

Title: Head of School

Event: The Pine School Auction - Bohemian Knights

Date: March 10, 2023

Location: The Pine School, Hobe Sound

9078 Isiah Lane Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 561.775.7195

Price: $650

peggyadams.orgevents@peggyadams.org

Planned Parenthood of South, East, and North FL 2300 N. Florida Mango Road West Palm Beach, FL 33409 561.472.9966

Contact Number: 561.472.9966

Head of Charity: Alexandra Mandado

Head of Charity: Charles Bender

Year Founded: 1969

Year Founded: 1925

Event: Fifty-First Annual Christmas Ball

Price: $425

Event: RDK Melanoma Luncheon and Fashion Show

Date: November 5, 2022

Year Founded: 1865

Date: March 20, 2023

Heads of Charity: Captains Nathan and Deanne Jones

Description: Join in for the Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary’s twenty-first annual Wings of Hope Luncheon at the fabulous Hutchinson Shores Resort in Jensen Beach. All proceeds benefit the Salvation Army’s Compassion House shelter for homeless women and children

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Location: The Breakers Palm Beach

Price: $125

2751 S. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach, FL 33405 561.655.9655

2701 N. Australian Ave., Suite 200 West Palm Beach, FL 33407 561.832.7497

Contact Number: 561.655.9655

Richard David Kann Melanoma Foundation

Email: kim.johnson@uss.salvationarmy.org

Head of Charity: Eric Kelly

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701 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 561.833.8300

Event: Kravis Center Gala Date: March 1, 2023

Location: Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, West Palm Beach

quantumfnd.orgshannon@quantumfnd.org

Head of Charity: Diane Quinn Title: CEO

Title: President & Founder

Mission Statement: To save lives through education about the prevention and early detection of skin cancer, specifically melanoma.

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Description: Quantum in the Community (QIC) will provide $1,000,000 in funding to local grassroots nonprofits that help meet the basic needs of people in Palm Beach County. They will also award $2,500 to the Marie Thorpe Above and Beyond Award recipient and a matching $2,500 to the recipient’s nonprofit. 8/30/22 9:43 AM

Head of Charity: Debbie Schwarzberg

821 SE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Stuart, FL 772.288.147134994

melanomafoundation.comzack@melanomafoundation.com

The Salvation Army Martin, St. Lucie & Okeechobee

Mission Statement: To preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

Quantum Foundation

Mission Statement: Quantum Foundation’s mission is to inspire and fund initiatives that improve the health of Palm Beach County communities.

Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts

kravis.orgdevelopment@kravis.org

Event Contact: Kimmie Kiely Contact Number: 561.651.4273 Email: kiely@kravis.org

Price: $1,250/gala patron; $650/young gala patron

Year Founded: 1995

Description: The Richard David Kann Melanoma Foundation is proud to host its twenty-third annual luncheon and fashion show at The Breakers Palm Beach. RDK invites guests to enjoy an elegant afternoon filled with a luxury silent auction, delicious luncheon, and runway fashion show.

Event Contact: Zack Barrett

Event: Quantum in the Community Grants

Title: President

Email: zack@melanomafoundation.com

Event Contact: Kim Johnson

Contact Number: 772.288.1471, ext. 202

Year Founded: 1992

Description: The Kravis Center celebrates the thirtieth anniversary season, featuring an evening of outstanding entertainment in Dreyfoos Hall and culminating with a blacktie event in the Gimelstob Ballroom. Chairs include Kathryn C. Vecellio, Bill Bone, and Monika E. Preston.

Mission Statement: The Kravis Center’s mission is to enhance the quality of life locally by presenting the community with exceptional artists and companies, offering arts education programs, and a home for other arts organizations.

Event: Wings of Hope Luncheon & Silent Auction

Title: Corps Officers

Year Founded: 1995

salvationarmymartin.orgstuartfl@uss.salvationarmy.org

Location: Hutchinson Shores Resort & Spa, Jensen Beach

Head of Charity: Ashley Brown

Event Contact: Stephanie Absmeier

Email: tholcomb@scripps.edu 8/30/22 9:48 AM

Mission Statement: Selfless Love Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization that leverages resources, expertise, and proven solutions to improve the child welfare system, creating opportunities for more foster youth to find their forever families and thrive in adulthood.

Contact Number: 561.623.2623

Title: President & CEO

Contact Number: 304.695.0766

Year Founded: 2015

10550 N. Torrey Pines Road, TPC-2 La Jolla, CA 800.788.493192037

Date: April 15, 2023

Event Contact: Alison Samarias

Year Founded: 1962

Event Contact: Chad Buschell

scripps.eduphilanthropy@scripps.edu

Price: $300

stmarkspbg.orgadmission@stmarkspbg.org

Description: Step into spring at Selfless Love Foundation’s annual gala. A lush garden will set the scene as guests enjoy cocktails, exquisite live and silent auction items, an elegant dinner, and the best party of the season! Join Selfless Love Foundation in fostering dreams for foster children.

Event: Front Row virtual lecture series

St. Jude ResearchChildren’sHospital

Mission Statement: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is leading the way the world understands, treats, and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. Its purpose is clear: Finding cures. Saving children. It is the only National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center devoted solely to children. Treatments invented at St. Jude have helped push the overall childhood cancer survival rate from 20 percent to more than 80 percent since the hospital opened in 1962. Because of generous donors, families never receive a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing, or food, so they can focus on helping their child live.

Description: The annual auction raises funds to support major school upgrades and enhancements.

Description: Guests will celebrate a memorable cocktail reception with food, drinks, and special St. Jude moments.

Date: March 30, 2023

Location: PGA National, Palm Beach Gardens

Email: asamarias@stmarkspbg.org

Location: The Breakers Palm Beach Price: $2,500

Date: Various Fall 2022

Rector: The Rev. James B. Cook

Event: St. Mark’s School Auction

3750 NW 87th Ave., Suite 100 Doral, FL 305.401.390333178 stjude.orgchad.buschell@alsac.stjude.org

Email: stephanie@selflesslovefoundation.org

Title: Founder & CEO

Selfless Love Foundation

Year Founded: 1962 church; 1979 school

Head of School: Deborah A. Strainge

Contact Number: 305.402.3903

Year Founded: 1924

Mission Statement: St. Mark’s is the premier standard for PK2 through grade 8 education inspiring diverse, well-rounded, and adaptable students to achieve, serve, and lead. St. Mark’s offers a safe and welcoming community for children of all faiths. Devoted teachers cultivate the best in each child through nurture and challenge. With an emphasis on character, leadership, faith, and service, students learn to think with their hearts as well as their minds. St. Mark’s offers a balance of enriched core academics, tradition, and innovation. A variety of electives, athletics, fine and performing arts, and a robust after-school program helps students discover their individual interests.

selflesslovefoundation.orginfo@selflesslovefoundation.org

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Event: St. Jude Palm Beach Cocktail Party

Event: Sixth Annual Gala

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church & School

Mission Statement: Scripps Research advances scientific understanding, educates the scientists of tomorrow, and impacts human health across the globe. We are science changing life.

Location: The Sailfish Club, Palm Beach

Head of Charity: Richard C. Shadyac, Jr.

3395 Burns Road Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 561.622.1504

Contact Number: 954.372.7760

Scripps Research

Email: chad.buschell@alsac.stjude.org

Title: President & CEO, ALSAC/St. Jude

Date: March 3, 2023

1095 Military Trail, Suite 1033 Jupiter, FL 954.372.776033458

Head of Charity: Peter Schultz, PhD

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Description: Take a seat in the front row as Scripps Research scientists share their discoveries. Register now for October’s lecture on how sleep impacts health and disease, and November’s talk on the immune system’s ability to fight tumors, at frontrow.scripps.edu

Event Contact: Tara Holcomb

Price: $200

Event Contact: Agnes Palmer

401 Angle Road

Head of Charity: Judith Cruz

Year Founded: 1996

Event: Fifteenth Annual Festival of Trees & Lights

Email: givehelp@tykesandteens.org

Date: February 11, 2023

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Treasure Coast Food Bank

Year Founded: 1982

Location: Flagler Center, Stuart

Event: Vita Nova’s Sixth Annual Signature Event

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Mission Statement: Vita Nova is a safe bridge to independence for former foster care, LGBTQ, and other homeless youth through supportive housing, education, employment, and life skills training. As the voice of homeless young adults, Vita Nova is working to eliminate homelessness for youth ages 18 to 25 in Palm Beach County.

Event Contact: Ashley Berry Contact Number: 561.472.4809

Contact Number: 772.446.1752

Location: Treasure Coast Food Bank Sorting Facility, Fort Pierce

3577 SW Corporate Pkwy. Palm City, FL 772.220.343934990

Mission Statement: Prioritizing children’s mental health in families, schools, and communities through prevention, education, and treatment.

Description: The eighth annual Pack the House will be a two-day event for sponsors and individuals to come together and pack food boxes for families this holiday season.

Contact Number: 772.220.3439

Contact Number: 772.403.4574

Date: March 25, 2023

Email: aberry@vitanovainc.org

Mission Statement: Treasure Coast Hospice Foundation is a nonprofit, community-based organization that raises funds to support hospice and grief support programs for patients and families in Martin, St. Lucie, and Okeechobee counties. Since 1982, Treasure Coast Hospice has provided access to compassionate, caring, expert, and professional hospice and grief support services to patients and families at the end of life. Thanks to the support of generous donors, the Treasure Coast Hospice Foundation can fund indigent hospice care, three inpatient units, a pediatric hospice program, music therapy, virtual reality experiences, and comprehensive grief support programs, including individual and group bereavement services and Camp Good Grief for children who have experienced the loss of a loved one.

Head of Charity: Jackie Kendrick, CHPCA

Event: Pack the House

Description: The annual week-long Festival of Trees & Lights brings joy and cheer to the community while raising vital funds for the high-quality mental health care Tykes & Teens provides for children and families throughout the Treasure Coast. There are a variety of free and ticketed events throughout the week.

Title: CEO

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Fort Pierce, FL 34947 772.489.3034 tcfoodbank.orginfo@tcfoodbank.org

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Event: Annual Rose Ball – Cirque

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1201 SE Indian St. Stuart, FL 772.403.450034997

Vita Nova, Inc. 2724 N. Australian Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 561.689.0035

Mission Statement: To alleviate hunger by obtaining and distributing food and other essentials in Indian River, Martin, St. Lucie, and Okeechobee counties.

Email: apalmer@treasurehealth.org

Date: October 28, 2022

Year Founded: 2005

Date: November 13, 2022

Head of Charity: Jeff DeMario

Description: An exciting night of dinner, dancing, and entertain ment. The evening includes live and silent auctions. Proceeds benefit Treasure Coast Hospice’s Little Treasures Pediatric Care Program.

Head of Charity: Linda Kloss

Event Contact: Samantha Messina

Description: Guests will enjoy an exciting evening while raising funds for Vita Nova’s mission. Vita Nova’s Sixth Annual Signature Event will include dinner, drinks, music, and more.

Title: President & CEO

Title: Interim Executive Director

Location: Mariner Sands Country Club, Stuart Price: $150

Event Contact: Gary Porter

Title: CEO

Year Founded: 1988

Tykes & Teens

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Description: The Twelfth Annual 5K Run/Walk fundraiser begins at 7:30 a.m. and is a certified course that runs along the ocean on beautiful A1A. 5K runners are electronically chip-timed by AccuChip USA. There will be a 1-Mile Fun Run and a 100-Yard Dash for children before the race. Participants can enjoy food, music, a silent auction, face painting, finisher medals, and age group awards. To register online, please go to zoeloren.org/ events or raceentry.com

Zoe Loren Make a Difference Foundation

Event: VIM Gala 2023 “Dancing Around the World”

Year Founded: 2010

Contact Number: 772.463.4128, ext. 216

Email: evonn@zoeloren.org

417 SE Balboa Ave. Stuart, FL 772.463.412834994

Price: $400

Year Founded: 1995

Title: Medical Director

Head of Charity: Jordan Bromberg, MD

Location: Carlin Park, Jupiter Price: $35

Event: Twelfth Annual Zoe Loren Foundation 5K Run/Walk Date: November 6, 2022

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Head of Charity: Bruce Loren

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127 Siesta Way Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 561.704.8556

Event Contact: Petra Eberle

Location: Willoughby Golf Club, Stuart

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Title: Director

Date: January 28, 2023

Description: One of the most anticipated events of the year, the annual black-tie optional gala fundraiser will include an evening of entertainment, dinner, and dancing.

Event Contact: Evonn Loren Contact Number: 561.704.8556

zoeloren.orgevonn@zoeloren.org

Mission Statement: For over 26 years, VIM Clinic has provided free, comprehensive health care to Martin County adult residents who earn less than 200 percent of the poverty level and are without access to health care. VIM Clinic provided more than $9 million in medical care last year. VIM’s volunteer medical professionals practice the art of medicine—not the business of health care—to give patients hope, dignity, and a better chance of remaining productive members of the community.

Mission Statement: The mission of the Zoe Loren Foundation is to provide children and youth in Palm Beach County opportunities for growth and enrichment. To date, the foundation has donated more than $200,000 to area students in the form of educational scholarships and enrichment activities.

Email: gala@vimclinic.net

While Lewis Steakhouse offers seafood dishes such as miso Chilean sea bass and prosciutto-wrapped Alaskan halibut, the core of the menu is prime beef. The meat is butchered and aged between 35 and 55 days before cooking. Traditional cuts such as filet mignon and New York strip are offered along with temptations such as Australian Wagyu and the Tomahawk Experience, a 38- to 40-ounce long bone-in

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Lewis Steakhouse’s Beef Flight for Two

He decided to venture into Jupiter, he says, because he realized there were no true steak houses in town. “The area

needed a high-end restaurant, and it was a great fit for us,” he says. “I have a lot of friends I grew up with who live in Jupiter, and they didn’t want to have to drive to West Palm during rush hour for a steak dinner.”

RALPH LEWIS GREW UP BUSING TABLES AT HIS GRANDFATHER’S STEAK HOUSE IN WEST PALM BEACH. NOW HE HAS BROUGHT HIS OWN NAMESAKE CONCEPT TO JUPITER. WELCOME, LEWIS STEAKHOUSE!

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hen Lewis Steakhouse opened in Chasewood Plaza on Indiantown Road in May, it was the continuation of a long, local family tradition that dates back to 1947. That was when the grandfather of cur rent owner Ralph Lewis opened Okeechobee Steakhouse in West Palm Beach. At an early age, Lewis began busing tables at the family restaurant. And in the years that followed, he helped the family expand with Okeechobee Prime Meat Market, Prime Barbecue, and Prime Seafood.

Meat in His Bones

Ralph Lewis

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Lewis is equally generous with rank-and-file employees. Cooks, hostesses, and dishwashers are com pensated at above-average rates and receive benefits such as health insur ance, paid vacation, and quarterly bonuses. “Our goal is to be known as the best place to work,” says Lewis. “I don’t want employees coming to work and worrying that they can’t afford to pay their bills.”

nearly 50 labels of bourbon and rye (including rarities such as Garrison Brothers Cowboy and Whistle Pig “The Boss Hog”) and more than 20 varieties of single malt Scotch, high lighted by hard-to-find expressions of aged Macallan.

In creating the restaurant, Lewis called up three of his veteran employ ees and gave them a partnership stake in the operation. General Manager Kyle Blake, Director of Operations Luis Fernandez, and Christina Wis hart, who is in charge of the wine list and bar program, will handle the day-to-day operations at Lewis Steakhouse. “I wanted to give our longest-serving managers a chance for ownership,” says Lewis. “They’re my extended family, and I wanted to make sure they had something for the future.” Longtime Okeechobee Steakhouse Executive Chef Jamie Steinbrecher serves in the same role at Lewis Steakhouse.

ribeye. The Beef Flight for Two features a 27-ounce bone-in ribeye and A5 Kobe strip loin garnished with bone marrow and Wagyu beef cheek marmalade.

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The wine list at the Jupiter location is considerably smaller than the original Okeechobee Steakhouse (which holds the Best of Award of Excellence from Wine Spectator). However, the structure is similar: full-bodied reds like Cabernet Sauvignon are the leading category, augmented by a selection of wines from regions around the world. The formidable spirits list contains

The Lewis family is also heavily involved in local charities. During the pandemic, Okeechobee Steakhouse fed first respond ers and local emergency room staffers for a year, serving more than 6,000 meals. “We welcome the opportunity to give back,” says Lewis. “The community takes care of us, and we want to take care of them in return.” lewissteakhouse.com —Mark Spivak

Clockwise from top left: Prime roasted bone marrow; miso Chilean sea bass; prosciuttowrapped Alaskan halibut; prime steak burger; Executive Chef Jamie Steinbrecher.

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A Taste of Home

riginally from Kyiv, Ukraine, Victoria Shparber moved to the United States at age 15, living in New Jersey and New York throughout her school years. After a short stint in the corporate world, she realized it wasn’t for her and decided to open a restaurant in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, where she had since relocated. At BlackForest Deli & Catering (now managed by her mom), she focused on authentic Ukrainian cuisine, and the eatery has won accolades for the best pierogi in town year afterShparberyear. has since migrated south and opened a new restaurant in town this past May— Tequesta Table. The neighborhood outpost offers fresh, healthy homemade foods made with ingredients from lo cal businesses including Bread by Johnny, Pierre’s Specialty Foods, and Yankee Peddler Produce and Gourmet Market.

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“I opened Tequesta Table because I have the passion for cooking, and I love being part of the local community,” she says. “Tequesta Table gives me a chance to do all that and Breakfastmore.”and lunch items range from avocado toast and a smoked salmon open-face sand wich to a Hoboken chicken cutlet sandwich, an ode to her time spent living in the New Jersey city. A taste of her culture is also woven into the menu: Handmade pierogi burst with fillings like potato and cheese, blueberry, and cherries. And a traditional Ukrainian borscht soup has become a favorite among regulars. “It’s super healthy, pretty, and tastes amazing,” she says of the borscht.

Aside from providing delicious food to hungry diners, Shparber says supporting locals is at the core of her business. “Our goal is to be part of this great community and support other locals,” she says. She is currently putting together a fundraiser to benefit Ukrainian families with proceeds from the restaurant’s merchandise and plans to host monthly dinners, cooking classes, and more. tequestatable.com —Melissa Puppo

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Clockwise from top left: Hoboken chicken cutlet sandwich; blueberry pierogi; Tequesta Table dining room; owner Victoria Shparber; cozy seating; borscht soup.

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AMERICAN

Beach house–inspired decor and a chill vibe en tice diners at the new AquaGrille, where coastal American dining reigns supreme. 14121 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; aquagrillejuno.com; 561.355.0438

CAFÉ CHARDONNAY

DUNE DOG CAFE

A bright, spacious taproom offering selections of beer and kombucha, and a small menu of American gastropub-style eats. Plus live music and events. 1203 Town Center Drive #116, Jupiter; dascraftbeer.com; 561.776.8669

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Chef Jason Laudenslager fuses homestyle cooking with gourmet fare, offering freshness and consistency in this neighborhood eatery. 123 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach; entrenousbistro.com; 561.863.5883

Located at Palm Beach Gardens Marriott, this American restaurant features Florida-inspired fare and beautiful views of nature. 4000 RCA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; marriott.com; 561.622.8888

Enjoy an evolving menu of fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Dine indoors or on the outdoor dining terrace overlooking the ocean. 3800 N. Ocean Drive, Singer Island; marriott.com; 561.340.1795

Beach digs. 1406 S. Cypress Drive, Jupiter; crosbykitchenandbar.com; 561.902.9757

HIBISCUS STREATERY

BRICK & BARREL

The owners of Little Moir’s bring this cozy restaurant to the area. Specials are displayed on a chalkboard and feature market-inspired dishes. 326 Hibiscus St., Jupiter; littlemoirsjupiter.com/ hibiscus-streatery; 561.529.3769

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The Jupiter Lighthouse serves as the backdrop for Chef Jason Van Bomel’s global takes on clas sic dishes. Elegant environs and more than 40 rare wines by the glass complete the picture. 1000 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; 1000north.com; 561.570.1000

3800 OCEAN RESTAURANT & LOUNGE

BLUE POINTE BAR AND GRILL

DAS BEER GARDEN

ENTRE NOUS BISTRO

COOLINARY

A Napa-style tasting room greets diners at this Illinois-based chain, where dishes like red wine–braised short ribs are listed beside the bin number of its perfect Cooper’s Hawk wine pairing. 3101 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; chwinery.com; 561.209.8466

1000 NORTH

This newly expanded space by Tim and Jenny Lipman features the Parched Pig bar concept combined with a kitchen to serve up creative cuisine. 4580 Donald Ross Road Suite 100, Palm Beach Gardens; thecoolpig.com; 561.249.6760

This stylish American bistro offers classic cocktails and small bites in Manhattan-meets-Palm

Snack on oysters, surf and turf, flatbreads, and more at this family-owned outdoor spot along the Intracoastal. Plus: live music seven days a week, a swimming pool, and a “catch and cook” option. 18701 SE Federal Hwy.,Tequesta; bluepointe barandgrill.com; 561.406.6270

COOPER’S HAWK WINERY & RESTAURANTS

CROSBY KITCHEN & BAR

An open-air café, Dune Dog offers a “happy island,” family-friendly atmosphere with burgers and hot dogs, sandwiches, and fish. 775 N. Alt. A1A, Jupiter; dunedog.com; 561.744.6667

AQUAGRILLE

FARMER’S TABLE

A community restaurant offering a variety of dishes for all types of diners. Enjoy brunch, happy hour, and dinner with garden-to-glass cocktails and elixirs. 951 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach, dinefarmerstable.com; 561.691.3430

BLUEFIRE GRILLE

A Selection of Area Restaurants Local Dining Guide

Gastropub serving locally sourced, farm-to-table fare made from scratch by Chef David Schroeder. Enjoy dishes from poutine with bone marrow gravy to buttermilk chicken sandwiches that pair well with an extensive bar menu featuring barrel-aged cocktails and seasonal sips. 1153 Town Center Drive Suite 101, Jupiter; brickandbarrelpub. com; 561.623.0916

This list is compiled by our editors as a service to our readers. It is not all-inclusive; we rotate the listings to comply with available space, which means not every establishment appears in every issue. If you are a business owner who would like to submit your restaurant, please email mpuppo@palmbeachmedia.com.

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Chef-owner Frank Eucalitto has augmented the menu with influences from Latin America and Asia, using local fish and produce, plus an extensive wine list. 4533 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; cafechardonnay.com; 561.627.2662

KABUKI

With an enormous menu, you’ll find something to love from Uncle Joe’s Chinese Restaurant. The casual spot offers classic Chinese food items like lo mein, spring rolls, and dim sum. 4367 Northlake Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; unclejoes chinesefood.com; 561.799.9883

BLACKBIRD

Latin-inspired Tequesta eatery Casa Caña has partnered with the Perry J. Cohen Foundation to help the community. PJCF was founded by Pamela Cohen and Nicholas Korniloff to support the advancement of the arts; environmental, marine, and wildlife education and preservation; teen entrepreneurship; and boating safety education. Cohen lost her son, Perry, in 2015 when the 14-year-old went missing at sea while boating off the Jupiter Inlet with his friend, Austin. It was a tragedy that brought the entire community together in a search for the missing boys, who were sadly never found. Cohen and Korniloff, Perry’s stepfather, started PJCF to honor the things Perry was most passionate about. Casa Caña will donate 20 percent of its Sunday brunch proceeds to the foundation. Brunch in style in the 1960s Miami– inspired restaurant on items like arepas, huevos rancheros, crab Benedict, guava French toast, and wood-fired oysters, plus enjoy tasty mimosas, Bloody Marys, and more. Sunday brunch at Casa Caña is served from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 377 Tequesta Drive, Tequesta; casacana.co; pjcf.org; 561.250.6350 —Michelle Lee Ribeiro

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HOKKAIDO HIBACHI & SUSHI

SUSHI JO

Chef Charlie Soo blends power and delicacy to create beautifully traditional Thai and Japanese dishes without compromising either culture’s authentic flavors. 7100 Fairway Drive, Palm Beach Gardens; thaipalmbeachgardens.com; 561.691.5662

BRUNCH FOR A CAUSE

THE COOPER Sustainable, environmentally conscious food in a

HONG KONG WOK N GRILL

NITROGEN BAR, GRILL, AND SUSHI

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This rooftop bar offers stunning views of the lighthouse and inlet. The small plates menu features Basque-inspired bites and an extensive wine and beer list. 1107 Lighthouse Promenade, Jupiter; topsidejupiter.com; 561.532.3270

Modern restaurant serving Chinese-American mainstays like Peking duck, Shanghai soup dumplings, and creative libations. 1511 N. Old Dixie Hwy., Jupiter; blackbirdmodernasian.com; 561.589.7505

Enjoy dinner and a show at the hibachi grill and savor fresh fish from Japan at the sushi bar. 1200 Town Center Drive Suite 125, Jupiter; hokkaidohibachi.com; 561.799.7999

JIM’S PLACE

A bright, cozy, rustic café in Jupiter Farms offering American classics, such as alligator bites, as well as a spacious outdoor area and a partnership with Burrito Bros. Food Truck. 16891 Jupiter Farms Road, Jupiter; jupiterfarmhouse cafe.com; 561.747.8221

Offering selections “for everyone,” dishes range from seafood and steaks to flatbreads and salads. 250 W. Indiantown Road Suite 101, Jupiter; oldfloridabarandgrill.com; 561.203.2302

Miami native Joseph Clark’s local chain offers a large selection of classic sushi options as well as hot Thai foods and Asian-inspired desserts. 14261 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; sushijo.com; 561.691.9811

SALUTE MARKET

ANGRY MOON CAFÉ AND WINE BAR

California meets Florida in this café serving specialty drinks, and a deliciously healthy menu with vast vegan options—all in a bright atmosphere. 384 Tequesta Drive, Tequesta; perkcoffeetequesta.com; 561.406.5551

This family-owned restaurant has been serving breakfast and lunch for more than two decades. Fill up on flapjacks, waffles, or crepes in the morning and come back for soup, salad, or a sandwich at lunch. 13967 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; junobeachcafe.com; 561.622.1533

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THE BISTRO

TOPSIDE AT THE BEACON

Enjoy delicious pours of reasonably priced wines paired with a fusion of flavors in the form of goat cheese-stuffed dates to midnight turkey pesto sandwiches to braised short rib. 5530 PGA Blvd. Suite 101, Palm Beach Gardens; salute2u.com; 561.425.5651

Enjoy craft dishes prepared with high-quality, flavorful meats, cheeses, and vegetables as you sip on a selection of wines and coffee in a robust, charming atmosphere. 2401 PGA Blvd. Suite 194, Palm Beach Gardens; angrymooncafe.com; 561.694.7945

CAFÉ

JUNO BEACH CAFE

Stop by this deli for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Rinaldi’s serves up breakfast specials all day in addition to ultimate options for sandwiches, pasta dishes, and even protein smoothies. 245 Toney Penna Drive, Jupiter; rinaldisjupiter.com; 561.781.3160

TAYLOR FARMHOUSE CAFÉ

A cozy bistro with a lush and live patio area offering American eats with a European twist. 2133 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; thebistrojupiter.com; 561.744.5054

A local favorite since 1978, this family-owned breakfast joint serves up hearty breakfast options in addition to sandwiches, soups, and salads for lunch. 901 W. Indiantown Road Suite 6, Jupiter; jimsplacerestaurant.com; 561.746.6216

For an intimate night out, come for traditional and modern sushi in a dimly lit environment. 5080 PGA Blvd. Suite 105, Palm Beach Gardens; kabukiwpb.com; 561.776.8778

For authentic pit barbecue and soul food to boot, Mrs. Smokey’s offers ribs and brisket and sides of corn, collards, and coleslaw. Grab a platter or combo and get a fried biscuit too. 5430 Military Trail, Jupiter; mrssmokeys.com; 561.557.3800

Experience the sensational flavors of an awardwinning international wine list and a seasonally inspired menu, where most items contain fewer than 500 calories. 11611 Ellison Wilson Road, Palm Beach Gardens; seasons52.com; 561.625.5852

Led by Chef Lindsay Autry, this PGA National restaurant offers a little bit of everything to satisfy all guests. Enjoy bites like wood-fired pizzas, poke bowls, and Autry’s famous fried chicken. 400 Ave. of the Champions, Palm Beach Gardens, pgaresort.com/dine/honeybelle; 561.627.7015

OLD FLORIDA BAR & GRILL

dishes, creative cocktails, and one of the area’s best burgers. 6779 W. Indiantown Road Suite 18, Jupiter; nitrogenbrasserie.com; 561.972.2944

TALAY THAI CUISINE

UNCLE JOE’S CHINESE RESTAURANT

Stop by for impeccable sushi rolls, innovative hot

PERK COFFEE HOUSE

SHEPARDFAIREY

MRS. SMOKEY’S REAL PIT BAR-B-Q

This Chinese restaurant puts a modern twist on classic dishes ready for dining in or taking out. 185 E. Indiantown Road Suite 217, Jupiter; hongkongwokngrill.com; 561.746.6798

contemporary setting, with unparalleled service. The menu is inspired by fresh ingredients that are locally sourced and mindfully prepared. Artisan cocktails, wines, and microbrewed draft beers are a huge draw at its indoor and outdoor bars. 4610 PGA Blvd. Suite 100, Palm Beach Gardens; thecooperrestaurant.com; 561.622.0032

JUPITER RINALDI’S

HONEYBELLE

ASIAN

Voodoo Bayou offers Cajun biscuits, fried chicken, smoked Andouille sausage, gator bites, and more.

Exclusive French wines and updated classics like coq au vin served in a relaxing ambience. The elegant desserts are worth saving room for. 201 N. U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite D9, Jupiter; theparisian restaurant.com; 561.360.2224

MANA GREEK FUSION

The Lokomotive is a must-visit for a cup of joe or tea, plus pastries and grab-and-go items. 103 Center St., Jupiter; theferrovia.com; 561.972.7447

Meaning “cardamom” in Sanskrit, this eatery features traditional thali along with Indian street foods. 4650 Donald Ross Road Suite 110, Palm Beach Gardens; elacurrykitchen.com; 561.345.2196

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FRENCH

Treasure Coast chain serving authentic Greek and

11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave. Suite 5095, Palm Beach Gardens; voodoobayou.com; 561.888.6703

Teahouse with a selection of teas and beverages served by the pot, sandwiches, soups, and salads, and multiple tea services to choose from. 14137 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; teapotsandtreasurescafe. com; 561.881.0447

ELA CURRY KITCHEN

This unassuming restaurant packs a punch with exquisite meals crafted by accomplished Chef David Hoquet. 626 U.S. Hwy. 1, Tequesta; kraverestaurant.com; 561.575.9222

This casual outpost offers pastries, crepes, and more in an authentic French setting. 11460 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach; parisintown.com; 561.626.6017

CAFÉ DES ARTISTES

SUBCULTURE COFFEE JUPITER

GREEK/MEDITERRANEAN

OLIVE U MEDITERRANEAN GRILL

SOUVLAKI FAST

crepes to escargot. 318 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; cafedesartistesfrenchbistro.com; 561.747.0998

THE PARISIAN RESTAURANT & WINE BAR

Laz and Anna Chasomeris bring their family recipes to life inside this Mediterranean eatery. Ingredients are flown in from Greece and turned into favorites like pastitsio, mousaka, and cheesecake baklava. 117 N. Coastal Way, Jupiter; managreekfusion.com; 561.532.4275

Mediterranean comfort fare including gyros, pitas, entrées, appetizers, soups, and sides. 6689 W. Indiantown Road, Jupiter; 561.748.5407; 10901 N. Military Trail, Palm Beach Gardens; 561.627.3979; mrgyrosflorida.com

THE LOKOMOTIVE

VOODOO BAYOU

PARIS IN TOWN

Moody and antique coffee shop with a traditional drink menu, breakfast sandwiches and toasts, smoothies, and acai bowls. 107 Front St., Jupiter; subculturecoffee.com; 561.320.6005

Fast and fresh Mediterranean fare—stop in for a bowl, appetizers, or a family dinner, finished off with baklava. 2632 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; oliveugrill.com; 561.500.0103

KRAVE FRENCH RESTAURANT

MR. GYRO’S GREEK AND MEDITERRANEAN GRILL

CAJUN/CREOLE

INDIAN

Traditional French cooking, from bistro fare to elegant dinners, served waterfront in the heart of Jupiter Yacht Club Marina. Enjoy everything from

Greek chain newly expanded into Florida offering all the classic Greek cravings and sides like tirokafteri and lamb souvlaki. 11300 Legacy Ave. Suite 120, Palm Beach Gardens; thegreatgreekgrill.com; 561.360.2748

TEAPOTS & TREASURES CAFÉ

Created to serve fresh food fast, Souvlaki has you covered with delicious pitas, salads, platters, soups, and sides—plus some American fare as well. 8910 N. Military Trail, Palm Beach Gardens; souvlakifast.com; 561.855.4732

THE GREAT GREEK MEDITERRANEAN GRILL

Enjoy Mexican dishes in the colorful indoor dining area or outside on the patio. 10800 N. Military Trail Suite 108, Palm Beach Gardens; tacochula.com; 561.530.7755

PREZZO

This local eatery features inspirations from Baja, the Caribbean, and the Palm Beaches. 2525 Military Trail Suite 105, Jupiter; bluewatertaco. com; 561.277.9954

PAPICHULO TACOS

Family-run casual eatery serving pasta dishes, pizza, and authentic Philly cheesesteaks. 791 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, Tequesta; baldinositalianrestaurant. com; 561.743.4224

LIMONCELLO RISTORANTE

LA MASSERIA

CARMINES COAL FIRED PIZZA

LATIN AMERICAN/CUBAN

Known for quality pizza and Italian soul food, Anthony’s also impresses with popular favorites like meatballs with ricotta and margherita pizza. 2680 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; acfp.com; 561.804.7777

Immerse yourself in the Mexican culture with not only authentic Mexican fare, but also traditional clothing, furniture, and cookery. 711 W. Indiantown Road Suite C4, Jupiter; elfogoncito restaurant.com; 561.250.6295

UNCLE EDDIE’S RISTORANTE

While unassuming from the outside, La Esquina has a hold on the best, most authentic Guatemalan cuisine in the area, plus exceptional service. 208 Hibiscus St., Jupiter; facebook.com/ laesquina208; 561.768.9137

Immerse yourself in an atmosphere designed to be reminiscent of a small Italian village as you dine on the self-proclaimed “best pizza and Italian Food in South Florida.” 11290 Legacy Ave., Palm Beach Gardens; 561.296.0800; 5500 N. Military Trail Suite 48, Jupiter; 561.493.8777; salsitalian ristorante.com

Upscale Italian restaurant serving fresh pastas made in-house daily, meats, seafood, and celebrated Italian classics. The extensive wine list features something to complement every dish. 2000 PGA Blvd. Suite 3110, Palm Beach Gardens; limoncellopbg.com; 561.622.7200

CEVICHE ARIGATO

CASA CAÑA

Located at Harbourside Place, Calaveras Cantina provides a festive setting for Mexican staples like street corn, enchiladas, and churros. 125 Dockside Circle, Jupiter; calaverascantinas. com; 561.320.9661

BALDINO’S ITALIAN RESTAURANT

Featuring only authentic Italian, from-scratch recipes made with quality ingredients—including wood-fired pizzas, seafood pastas, and delectable desserts—Casa Mia specializes in every aspect of Italian cooking. 337 E. Indiantown Road Suite E10, Jupiter; casamiajupiter.com; 561.972.6888

Doris’ has evolved into South Florida’s premier specialty supermarket. Stop by to shop specialty grocery items, pick up a dessert from the bakery, or simply enjoy a meal prepared in-house. 11239 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach; dorismarket.com; 561.517.8488

CARMINE’S LA TRATTORIA

Chef Erik Pettersen uses only the freshest and finest ingredients available, including imports such as extra virgin olive oil, San Marzano tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella, and a variety of olives and aged Italian cheeses. 150 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, Tequesta; evoitalian.com; 561.745.2444

DORIS ITALIAN MARKET & BAKERY

A native New Yorker and restaurateur, owner Eddie Lubic’s passion for authentic Italian cuisine has been passed down through generations. Savor dishes in a comfortable and attractive atmosphere. 4050 S. U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite 307, Jupiter; uncleeddiesristorante.com; 561.508.7799

SAL’S ITALIAN RISTORANTE

Dine in a relaxed environment while noshing on Latin American fare. Dishes are inspired by food from Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, Spain, Peru, and Argentina. 4391 Northlake Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; saborlatinorestaurants. com; 561.202.6948

SURF TACO

BLUE WATER TACO CO.

TACO CHULA

AVOCADO CANTINA

The latest venture from Chef Julien Gremaud of Avocado Grill, Avocado Cantina features the same vibe but with a Mexican flair. 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave., Palm Beach Gardens; avocado cantina.com; 561.766.2430

Carmine’s waterfront ambience is a perfect backdrop for an Italian fine dining experience. 2401 PGA Blvd. Suite 172, Palm Beach Gardens; carmineslatrattoria.com; 561.775.0186

bistro setting. Find your favorite pasta entrée from more than two dozen different options, or opt for a chicken or fish-based dish. 3900 Northlake Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; giovannisristorante.net; 561.799.7998

PROSECCO CAFÉ

Mexican street-style food inspired by Mexico, Cuba, Peru, and Argentina, plus a bar stocked with fresh juices, tequila, and cocktails. 1556 U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; papichulotacos.com; 561.250.7274

Burt Rapoport’s Italian eatery serves wood-fired pizza and a handful of classics locals have grown to love over the years. 4520 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; eatprezzo.com; 561.429.6938

DIVINO RISTORANTE ITALIANO

Good vibes accompany good food. Besides the expected chicken and beef options, add cod, mahi, or salmon to your tacos, burritos, wraps, or bowls and enjoy the laid-back atmosphere at this coastal-inspired Mexican restaurant. 4050 U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; surftaco.com; 561.508.7679

MEXICAN

SABOR LATINO RESTAURANT

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EL FOGONCITO

Experience old-world Italian fare in a quaint

This outpost by the O’Brien family serves a blend of traditional Florida dishes with a Latin flair. 377 Tequesta Drive, Tequesta; casacana.co; 561.250.6350

CALAVERAS CANTINA

Committed to delivering an Italian experience a la Florence or Milan, this casual restaurant cooks its pizzas in a 900-degree coal-fired oven, producing a perfectly crispy crust. Dine in the eclectic indoor atmosphere or alfresco under the palm trees. 4575 Military Trail Suite 101, Jupiter; carminescfp.com; 561.340.3930

GIOVANNI’S

Flavor

A cross between Peruvian and Japanese cuisines, this third-generation outpost offers dishes as expansive as the cultures it represents. Choose from tapas, ceviches, and classic dishes like lomo saltado (traditional Peruvian stir fry consisting of marinated sirloin, onion, tomatoes, and French fries). 1447 10th St., Lake Park; cevichearigato. com; 561.863.8877

Hotspot serving authentic Tex-Mex cuisine drawing on family recipes. Sip flavorful cocktails in a lively atmosphere. 4650 Donald Ross Road Suite 100, Palm Beach Gardens; thecactusgrille. com; 561.249.3090

STAGE

Chef Pushkar Marathe delivers flavor-forward Indian cuisine with influence from all over the world. Staples like curries are complemented by lentil fritters, Korean barbecue ribs, fried chicken, and more. An on-site garden provides fresh herbs and botanicals for creative cocktails. 2000 PGA Blvd. Suite 5502, Palm Beach Gardens; stagepga. com; 561.408.3685

COPACABANA CUBAN CUISINE

Inspired by Puglia’s ancient farmhouses, La Masseria brings a taste of Italy from its original location in the heart of Manhattan to sunny South Florida. 5520 PGA Blvd. Suite 104, Palm Beach Gardens; lamasseriapbg.com; 561.660.8272

LA ESQUINA GUATEMALTECA

ANTHONY’S COAL FIRED PIZZA

Family-owned restaurant that blends Cuban and

ITALIAN

CASA MIA TRATTORIA & PIZZERIA

Divino’s Old World authenticity raises the bar on flavorful seafood, soups, salads, and fresh pasta dishes, as well as poultry, veal, and beef entrées. 11585 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite 312, Palm Beach Gardens; divinoitalianrestaurantfl.com; 561.721.2250

Prosecco Café delivers contemporary sustainable cuisine with Mediterranean and Asian accents. Dive into fresh baked goods, salads, sandwiches and flatbreads, tapas, creamy gelato, and a wide selection of coffee, Prosecco, wine, and beer. 4580 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; prosecco cafe.com; 561.622.3222

Caribbean cuisines in a tropical setting. 1209 Main St. Suite 101, Jupiter; copacabanacubancuisine. com; 561.360.3378

CACTUS GRILLE & TEQUILA BAR

LOLA’S SEAFOOD EATERY

LITTLE MOIR’S LEFTOVERS CAFE

COD AND CAPERS SEAFOOD MARKET AND CAFÉ

Sit at the bamboo bar for drinks or enjoy seafood, steak, and chops among the Hawaiianinspired decor. 14020 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; keegrilljunobeach.com; 561.776.1167

Opened by Jupiter surfers as a sandwich shop in 2004, Guanabanas has become an institution for its lush, tropical setting, Caribbean cuisine, cocktails, and live music. 960 N. Hwy. A1A, Jupiter; guanabanas.com; 561.747.8878

In the heart of downtown Abacoa, Jumby’s is known for tropical-inspired dishes, generous cocktails, a dog-friendly patio, and its relaxed beach house feel. 1203 Town Center Drive Suite 101, Jupiter; jumbybayislandgrill.com; 561.630.2030

Dine on the water at the Jupiter Yacht Club Marina along the Jupiter Riverwalk or sit at the open-air bar surrounding a large saltwater aquarium. 318 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; dive barrestaurant.com; 561.747.4767

This cozy, tropical grill serves only locally sourced seafood dishes, with options including swordfish, mahi, salmon, snapper, shrimp, and more. 11340 Legacy Ave. Suite E-100, Palm Beach Gardens; coolafishbar.com; 561.622.2227

KE’E GRILL

JUMBY BAY ISLAND GRILL

A casual eatery with traditional New England seafood dishes like lobster rolls and clam chowder. 2123 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; chowderheadsusa. com; 561.203.2903

Sip cocktails and wine at the bar or enjoy seafood tacos, sandwiches, or salads at this casual favorite. 12846 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; captaincharliesreefgrillfl.com; 561.624.9924

JETTY’S WATERFRONT RESTAURANT

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LITTLE MOIR’S FOOD SHACK

A daily market and restaurant in one, Cod and Capers sells fresh fish to bring home or to enjoy in-house. 1201 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach; codandcapers.com; 561.622.0963

DIVE BAR

Seafood and fresh catches get a Caribbean twist at this mosaic-filled spot with indoor and outdoor seating. 13980 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; junobeachfishhouse.com; 561.626.2636

FIREFIN GRILL

Located on the marina in the Harbour Financial Center, FireFin features award-winning sushi, fine-aged steaks, and craft cocktails. 2401 PGA Blvd. Suite 160, Palm Beach Gardens; firefingrill. com; 561.472.7900

JUNO BEACH FISH HOUSE

With its fusion of Latin, Caribbean, and Eastern Pacific flavors, the menu is as diverse as it is delicious. 279 U.S. Hwy. 1, Tequesta; hogsnappers shackandsushi.com; 561.401.9309

Come to this casual locals’ favorite and enjoy some of the freshest and most creatively prepared seafood in the area. Head next door to Maxi’s Lineup after for live music and beer. 103 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite D3, Jupiter; littlemoirsjupiter. com; 561.741.3626

CHOWDER HEADS

GUANABANAS

SEAFOOD

Grab a beer or glass of wine while enjoying the daily catch and leave room for one of the dessert options, all served with berries, whipped cream, and toasted coconut. 451 University Blvd., Jupiter; littlemoirsjupiter.com; 561.627.6030

The stunning views overlooking the Jupiter Lighthouse paired with fresh seafood make Jetty’s a winner. 1075 N. Hwy. A1A, Jupiter; jettysjupiter.com; 561.743.8166

Enjoy New England–inspired seafood like fried clams and scallops, oysters, and pasta dishes in a lively setting. 4595 Northlake Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; 561.622.2259; 181 U.S. Hwy. 1, Tequesta; 561.406.5000; lolasseafood.com

COOL’A FISHBAR

HOG SNAPPERS

STEAK HOUSE

Enjoy Gulf Coast cuisine, a raw oyster bar and fresh fish and shellfish, as well as Southerninspired specialties. 1116 Love St., Jupiter; luckyshuckjupiter.com; 561.532.3331

SINCLAIR’S OCEAN GRILL

THE TWISTED TUNA

The Palm Beach Gardens outpost of BrickTop’s overlooks the North Palm Beach Waterway and features a chic tiki bar. 2373 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; theriverhousepbg.com; 561.720.2595

An authentic oyster bar serving exquisitely prepared fresh seafood delivered daily from the cold north Atlantic waters. 4560 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; spotos.com; 561.776.9448

Flavor

Who doesn’t love a laid-back, tiki-hut style bistro to kick off the weekend? Head to The Catch for seaside views paired with seafood and cocktails. 766 Northlake Blvd., North Palm Beach; thecatch seafoodsushi.com; 561.842.2180

SPANISH

Fast-expanding Floridian chain focused on healthy ingredients and bold flavors served in a bowl with your choice of bases, proteins, veggies, add-ons, and sauces. 1697 W. Indiantown Road Suite 1, Jupiter; 561.658.9258; 5320 Donald Ross Road, Palm Beach Gardens; 561.437.6620; bolay.com

An upscale steak house that brings the spirit of the area’s most iconic restaurant to Jupiter. Enjoy fine cuts of steak and a divine cocktail list. 6390 W. Indiantown Road Suite 59, Jupiter; lewissteak house.com; 561.277.9188

Check out Chef Jeremy Ford’s newest steak house at PGA National Resort. Succulent cuts are served in a timeless, elegant atmosphere. 400 Ave. of the Champions, Palm Beach Gardens; pgaresort.com/ dine/the-butchers-club; 561.627.4852

A locals’ favorite, this simple eatery is open for breakfast and lunch. The menu features tasty dishes like Acapulco toast (multi-grain toast topped with avocado mash) and gluten-free honey pancakes. 3755 Military Trail, Jupiter; berryfresh.cafe; 561.401.5693

TOMMY BAHAMA RESTAURANT

WATERWAY CAFE

NATURE’S WAY JUPITER

LEWIS STEAKHOUSE

A sister restaurant to the one in Port Salerno, this restaurant is home to delectable sushi rolls, seafood dishes, and a raw bar, in addition to an array of Italian favorites. A bottomless Bloody Mary brunch is available on Sundays. 353-R S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; thetwistedtuna.com; 561.406.2188

MOOD

happy hour at Harbourside Place. Enjoy fresh seafood, regional produce, and handcrafted cocktails in the dining room or alfresco on the outdoor patio. 126 Soundings Ave., Jupiter; tommy bahama.com/restaurants/jupiter; 561.406.6631

ANDALUCIA TAPAS BAR

SWEDISH

This casual, family-friendly spot offers a seafoodoriented bar and grill; a Jupiter landmark since 1984. 1001 N. Hwy. A1A, Jupiter; schoonersjupiter. com; 561.746.7558

This restaurant provides healthy alternatives including vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options. Pop in for an array of salads, sandwiches, paninis, juices, wheatgrass, and sugar-free and vegan-friendly breads. 11911 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite 103, North Palm Beach; greengardencafe.net; 561.627.3233

SCHOONER’S SEAFOOD

BOLAY

Northern Palm Beach County’s new hot spot for boat-to-table seafood features an ocean-inspired setting. 11940 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite 175, Palm Beach Gardens; seminolereefgrill.com; 561.559.7333

THE CATCH SEAFOOD & SUSHI

This waterfront restaurant boasts a tropical sand beach, open-air dining, an entertainment stage, and views of the Jupiter Lighthouse from the buzzing bar. Its casual menu includes Caribbean seafood, lobster rolls, sushi rolls, oysters, and wings. 1095 N. Hwy. A1A, Jupiter; utikibeach.com; 561.406.2210

This spot features a variety of seafood like spicy lobster and shrimp rolls and tuna poke bowls and is ideal for take-out lunch best enjoyed at one of the outside seating areas. 1116 Love St., Jupiter; tackleboxjupiter.com; 561.532.3332

This successful, upscale chain offers classic steak house fare, complemented by a remarkably well-trained staff and stellar wine portfolio. 11365 Legacy Ave., Palm Beach Gardens; thecapitalgrille. com; 561.630.4994

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This Spanish tapas concept is located in the heart of Jupiter and Tequesta, offering traditional croquetas, meats, seafood and meat entrées, and paellas. Live Latin music and flamenco shows set the scene. 5187 Tequesta Drive, Tequesta; andaluciatapasbar.com; 561.406.6509

Come in the evening for a seat at the floating bar to watch the sunset on the Intracoastal Waterway. 2300 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; waterway cafe.com; 561.694.1700

SQUARE GROUPER TIKI BAR

CHRISTOPHER’S KITCHEN

THE TACKLEBOX

This sophisticated eatery overlooks the Jupiter Beach Resort pool and serves locally sourced seafood. 5 N. Hwy. A1A, Jupiter; sinclairsoceangrill. com; 561.745.7120

BERRY FRESH CAFÉ

SPOTO’S OYSTER BAR & BLUEPOINT LOUNGE

THE RIVER HOUSE

Enjoy fresh fish, bar eats, and brews at this busy watering hole while watching the big game. 13981 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; thirstyturtlefl.com; 561.627.8991

A mix of Italian and Spanish, Portofino’s blends favorites from both cuisines like calamari alla griglia (grilled calamari with sherry pepper vinaigrette) and gambas al ajillo (garlic shrimp). 891 Donald Ross Road, Juno Beach; portofino bistromediterraneo.com; 561.355.5936

SEMINOLE REEF GRILL

ALAINA’S CAFÉ & BAKE SHOPPE

GREEN GARDEN CAFE

VEGETARIAN/VEGAN/HEALTHY

A Mafia-themed restaurant with Italian and Southern influences underscoring plant-based selections 7100 Fairway Drive, Palm Beach Gardens; plantbasedmafia.com; 561.223.2432 ❖

THE BUTCHER’S CLUB

THE CAPITAL GRILLE

THIRSTY TURTLE SEAGRILL

The famed sportswear retailer translates its relaxed, island sensibility to lunch, dinner, and

Jupiter/Tequesta’s first vegan restaurant serving inventive dishes like the Self Love Platter and You Had Me at Elote, paired with inventive gardento-glass sips. 235 S. Hwy. 1, Tequesta; moodvegan. com; 561.766.2317

JUST SALAD

This local landmark is a little piece of paradise with wide views of the Jupiter Inlet and its famous lighthouse. Relish drinks and casual fare while watching top local acts hit the stage and boats sail by. 1111 Love St., Jupiter; squaregrouper.net; 561.406.6417

More than just a vegan restaurant, Christopher’s Kitchen is a gathering place where healthconscious eaters can experience Chef Albert Crifaci Molla’s unrelenting passion for the finest living foods in a friendly setting. 4783 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; christopherskitchenfl.com; 561.318.6191

This fast-casual chain is known for its customized salads, wraps, smoothies, and more. 2660 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; justsalad.com; 561.673.3757

PLANT BASED MAFIA

WAXIN’S

Stop in this industrial-chic, Swedish-American restaurant and dine in one of the five unique seating areas. Pair your fine dining with wine in the chef’s room or get cozy in the casual living room

U-TIKI BEACH

This quaint café offers a variety of sandwiches and wraps, fresh salads, smoothies, and juices. 103 S. U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite A-2, Jupiter; natureswaycafe.com; 561.743.0401

LUCKY SHUCK OYSTER BAR & TAPHOUSE

Alaina’s is focused on good food that’s good for you. Their fresh, local, and organic selections— from macaroons to ribeye—are available for brunch, lunch, and dinner. 4377 Northlake Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; alainasbakeshoppe.com; 561.318.6945

with drop-in seating and televisions. 5300 Donald Ross Road Suite 130, Palm Beach Gardens; waxins. com; 888.892.9467

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SETTING THE STANDARD

Hot Shots JUPITER | OCTOBER 2022108 Hot Shots CAPEHART 3 4 6 5 1 2 7 98 The Event: CARP SPRING LUNCHEON When/Where April 9, 2022 | Four Seasons Resort, Palm Beach 1. Sarah Femiano, Diane Jehle 2. Michael and Cat Cabot 3. Bill DeMott and Mo Maynor DeMott 4. Park Miller, Patty Dean 5. David Lucas, Xiomara Ordonez 6. Carl and Jeanne Nicola 7. Kelly McGillis, Harold and Brenda Ray 8. Phyllis and Mike Gauger 9. Sarah and Patrick Tighe

109OCTOBER 2022 | JUPITER PHOTOGRAPHYCLICKCOASTAL 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 The Event: BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF PALM BEACH AND MARTIN COUNTIES BOWL FOR KIDS’ SAKE When/Where June 5, 2022 | Greenacres Bowl, Greenacres 1. Jimmy and Christina Mendez, Armand Perissien, Brian Vigrass, Biz Goforth, Mark Kieslor, David Hall 2. Doug Hammann, Bryant Facey, Jenifer Hammann, Oscar Rubio, Ahmet Tahaoglu, Yvette Flores Acevedo 3. Brian Forbis, Benjamin H., John Guido 4. David Hall, Mark Kieslor, Yvette Flores Acevedo, Kara Hitner 5. Daniel Zweben, Willie S., Riley Remington, Kamani S., Matthew Bielasiak 6. Justin Williams, Ryan Newman, Tim Foley, Kevin Creighton, Rudy Arcara, Ang Creighton, Conor Creighton 7. Ava E., Colleen Mitchell, Andrew Leace, Kristy Shore 8. (Back) Kristine Gunn, Channing Gerber, Yvette Flores Acevedo, Emilia Acevedo, Marisa Pasani, Katie Knapfel, Anna Harting, Kara Hitner, Riley Remington; (front) Tiffany Cristoforo, Riley Wiltz, Angela Wiltz, Lori Caparco

Hot Shots JUPITER | OCTOBER 2022110 65 4 7 1 2 8 The Event: YOUNG FRIENDS MEMBERS HAPPY HOUR When/Where June 28, 2022 | Meat Market, Palm Beach 1. Danielle Spangler, Phil Vehec 2. Alissa Dhawan, Thomas Hendrickson, Aisha Ali 3. Steven and Aaron Edens, Stephanie Glavin 4. Joe and Masy Morello 5. Amy Banooni, David Goldman 6. Ally Cecil, Ali Rehm 7. Dominic and Kristina Pileggi, Alexandra Kaye 8. Mary Jacobs, Leslie Lee, Cody DeCarlo, Molly Emond STUCCHIMARY

111OCTOBER 2022 | JUPITER 3 4586 7 Submit your event photos to: michelle@jupitermag.com 1 2 The Event: AN AFTERNOON WITH CONCERT PIANIST URIEL NATERO When/Where July 17, 2022 | Holy Spirit LutheranJunoChurch,Beach 1. Alyssa Grammatico, Joseph Grammatico, Patrice Cheviot 2. Renee and Bill Gee 3. Uriel Natero 4. Hella Bush, Dr. John Scarborough, Julia Soistman 5. Lyn Ianuzzi, James Pappas, Phyllis DeAngelis 6. Donna Hamilton, Bill Baggett, Susan Dahlberg 7. Christy Campbell, Susan Singer 8. Lady Ellen Lowe, Uriel Natero, Barbara BoothDREAMACHASIN

15 Lighthouse Story Time & Crafts for Kids, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, free. (jupiterlighthouse.org)

6 Crafts for Kids, North Palm Beach Library, North Palm Beach, free. (village-npb.org)

Calendar

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Arts & Culture

Teen Open Mic Night, Burns Road Community Center, Palm Beach Gardens, free. (pbgfl.com)

11 Big Taste of Martin County, benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Palm Beach & Martin Counties, Atlantic Aviation, Stuart, $60-$70. (mentorbig.org)

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3 Twilight Yoga at the Light, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, also October 10, 17, 24, 31, $10. (jupiterlighthouse.org)

An array of dishes from Colab Kitchen

75th Annual Indiantown Rodeo, Timer Powers Park, Indiantown, to October 15, $23/advance, $30/at gate. (indiantownchamber.com)

19 Lighthouse Sunset Tour, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, also October 26, $25. (jupiterlighthouse.org)

2 The Gardens GreenMarket Season Kickoff, City Hall Municipal Campus, Palm Beach Gardens, free. (pbgfl.com)

Second Annual Friends of Jupiter Beach Cornhole Tournament, Ocean Cay Park,

Clockwise from top left: Stronger Than Cancer 5K Celebration of Life at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium October 22; Joseph Stella: Visionary Nature at the Norton Museum October 15 to January 15, 2023; Floyd Nation: Experience Pink Floyd at the Kravis Center October 7; Flavor Martin County October 1-31.

Food Truck Invasion, downtown Abacoa, free. (abacoa.com)

Stars Ball, benefiting Little Smiles, Palm Beach County Convention Center, West Palm Beach, contact for ticket prices. (littlesmilesfl.org)

HAPPENINGS

Swans (Night), Joseph Stella

14 Batty Manor Halloween Fun, Grand Court, The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens, to October 31, free. (thegardensmall.com)

Hammock Hikes, Loggerhead Marinelife Center, Juno Beach, also October 9, 16, 23, 30, free. (marinelife.org)

Flavor Martin County, various restaurants, Martin and St. Lucie counties, to October 31, visit website for restaurant menus and pricing. (flavormartin.com)

22 Palm Beach Gardens Fall Festival, The Gardens North County District Park, Palm Beach Gardens, free. (pbgfl.com)

OCTOBER 2022

7 First Friday Art Walk, The Creek District, Stuart, free. (thecreekdistrict.org)

1 Kids Fishing Program, Loggerhead Marinelife Center, Juno Beach, also October 8, 15, 22, 29, $12. (marinelife.org)

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26 Ballet Palm Beach Presents Snow White, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $45. (kravis.org)

PERFORMANCES

8 Zac Brown Band, iThink Financial Amphitheatre, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $40.50. beachamphitheatre.com)(westpalm

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Stevie Nicks, iThink Financial Amphitheatre, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $89. beachamphitheatre.com)(westpalm

Popa Chubby, The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, contact for ticket prices. (lyrictheatre.com)

The New Studio for the Visual Arts, Jupiter. Our Light, Our Story, Our Jupiter, October 1418. (thenewstudiova.net)

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The New Studio for the Visual Arts pays homage to our dear town with its latest ex hibition, Our Light, Our Story, Our Jupiter, on display October 14-18 at the studio and school on Cypress Drive in Jupiter. The show will feature the works of more than 30 hometown artists including Larry Osso, Brittany Brett, Wally McCall, Dodie Thayer-Hawthorne, and Pulitzer Prize–winning photographer Stephen Crowley. Many of the artists have roots in Jupiter going back more than half a century. Don’t miss the opening reception October 14, 6 to 8 p.m. thenewstudiova.net

STUDIONEWTHEOFCOURTESY

7 Floyd Nation: Experience Pink Floyd, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach,

Court House Cultural Center, Stuart. 32nd Annual All Florida Juried Art Show, October 11 to December 3. (martinarts.org)

Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach. Lalla Essaydi: Un/Veiled , to November 6; Autumn Mountains and the Light of the Harvest Moon , to January 15, 2023; Henry Ossawa Tanner: Intimate Pictures , to March 12, 2023; Beaching the Boat (Afternoon Light) by Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida, to June 25, 2023; A Personal View on High Fashion & Street Style: Photographs from the Nicola Erni Collection, 1930s to Now , October 12 to February 12, 2023; Joseph Stella: Visionary Nature , October 15 to January 15, 2023. (norton.org)

Stronger Than Cancer 5K Celebration of Life, Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium, Jupiter, $35. (runsignup.com)

Cox Science Center and Aquarium, West Palm Beach. Dinosaur Explorer,

15 The Landsharks: A Jimmy Buffett Tribute Band, Abacoa Amphitheater, Jupiter, free. (abacoa.com)

Vero Beach Museum of Art. Picasso, Matisse & Friends: Drawings from a Private Collection, to January 8, 2023; Changing Nature: A New Vision, Photographs by James Balog, October 8 to December 31. (vbmuseum.org) ❖

Jersey Boys at the Maltz Theatre

29 Lighthouse Sunrise Tour, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, also October 30, $25-$30. (jupiterlighthouse.org)

Jupiter

Historical Society of Palm Beach County, West Palm Beach. Celebrating Hispanic Heritage, to October 15; From Houses to Hospitals, to July 2023. (pbchistory.org)

Wings to Fly Dance Company Presents “Evolve,” The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, contact for ticket prices. (lyrictheatre.com)

MUSEUMS & GALLERIES

Lighthouse ArtCenter, Tequesta. Hunt Slonem: The World According to Hunt Slonem, Lucio Chiurulla: Structures, and LUSH2, October 13 to December 10. (lighthousearts.org)

October 25

30 Feather, Fangs, Fur and Fun, Busch Wildlife Sanctuary, Jupiter, $5. (buschwildlife.org)

to April 30, 2023. (coxsciencecenter.org)

Palm Beach Photographic Centre, West Palm Beach. 26th Annual Members Juried Exhibition, to October 29. (workshop.org)

The Weekend, Chris Kling

Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach. Regional Printmaking Now, to October 20; New & Now: Art ists-in-Residence and New Faculty, to October 21; Grassy Waters Annual Nature Photo Contest, October 6-21; BraveHeARTS: Supporting Emerg ing Artists from Our United States Veterans, October 28 to November 11; Verdant Bodies: A Contemporary Jewelry Exhibition, October 28 to November 18. (armoryart.org)

25 Jersey Boys, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, to November 13, contact for ticket prices. (jupitertheatre.org)

Jupiter, $350-$1,200. (friendsofjupiterbeach.org)

tickets start at $35. (kravis.org)

22 Symphonic Band of the Palm Beaches Presents “From Shining Seas,” Eissey Campus Theatre, Palm Beach State College, Palm Beach Gardens, $21. (symphonicband.org)

1 Alice in Chains and Breaking Benjamin with Bush, iThink Financial Amphitheatre, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $25. (westpalmbeachamphitheatre.com)

400 SOUTH U.S. 1 SUITE C1, JUPITER, FL 33477. 561.653.6100. © 2022 DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE. ALL MATERIAL PRESENTED HEREIN IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. WHILE, THIS INFORMATION IS BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT, IT IS REPRESENTED SUBJECT TO ERRORS, OMISSIONS, CHANGES OR WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE. ALL PROPERTY INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO SQUARE FOOTAGE, ROOM COUNT, NUMBER OF BEDROOMS AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN PROPERTY LISTINGS SHOULD BE VERIFIED BY YOUR OWN ATTORNEY, ARCHITECT OR ZONING EXPERT. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY. elliman.com The Next Move Is Yours Virtually Rendered Jupiter | 144 Tierra Lane, 13 $1,950,000 | 3 BR, 3.5 BA | Web# RX-10806767 Matthias Fretz: M 561.676.3824 Danielle McCarroll: M 561.315.9386 Jupiter | 1391 Dakota Drive $1,549,000 | 4 BR, 3 BA | Web# RX-10792916 Matthias Fretz: M 561.676.3824 Danielle McCarroll: M 561.315.9386 Jupiter | 19805 Pinetree Drive, A $4,250,000 | 5 BR, 5 BA, 2 HALF BA | Web# RX-10796521 Charlie Forcucci: M 561.339.6547 Matthias Fretz: M 561.676.3824 Jupiter | 618 White Pelican Way $2,990,000 | 4 BR, 4.5 BA | Web# RX-10790848 Heidi N. Brzyski: M 732.673.1752 Tracy Servideo: M 561.512.0565

LUXUR Y HOMES NOW AVAILABLE Boasting over 3.64 acres and 308 feet of water frontage, this unparalleled Riverfront property offers wide water views and the option to build multiple properties or one large dream estate. List Price: $19,545,000 MATTHIAS FRETZ | 561.676.3824 MICHAEL MELEAR SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION 19370 LOXAHATCHEE RIVER ROAD Jupiter, FL

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Jennifer Hyland | The Hyland Team | 561.632.4042 Contact Jennifer for more information, or to schedule a private showing. Equal Housing Opportunity. All information furnished regarding property for sale or rent or regarding financing is from sources deemed reliable, but Corcoran makes no warranty or representation as to the accuracy thereof. All property information is presented subject to errors, omissions, price changes, changed property conditions, and withdrawal of the property from the market, without notice. All dimensions provided are approximate. To obtain exact dimensions, Corcoran advises you to hire a qualified architect or engineer. LIST YOUR HOME WITH THE PROVEN MARKET LEADERS! 14646 WATERMARK WAY | PALM BEACH GARDENS | $13,750,000 2812 OLD CYPRESS N PALM BEACH GARDENS | $3,600,000 521 CARRARA COURT JUPITER COUNTRY CLUB | $1,895,000 11830 SE HILL CLUB TERRACE JUPITER HILLS | $1,200,000 12048 SE INTRACOASTAL TERRACE JUPITER HILLS | $6,950,000 2320 TREASURE ISLE DRIVE PALM BEACH GARDENS | $950,000 5070 N OCEAN DRIVE SINGER ISLAND | $1,250,000 Exquisite Direct Intracoastal Estate | Built in 2015 | .78 Acre | Elevator | Generator | 8,432 SF JUST LISTED JUST SOLD SOLD SOLD

6 Bedrooms • 6.5 Bathrooms • 6,970 SF Located in the Old Palm Golf Club, this home includes 5 or 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms and 2 half-baths in a 9,336 total SQ FT structure. Peek into the saltwater fish tank as you pass into the chef’s kitchen and open format living area with views into the pool, covered lanai and outdoor kitchen. Take the elevator to the master suite with walk-in closets and a covered balcony. One guest bedroom has been converted into an additional show closet with custom built-ins and displays. 1175Elina7 Court Old$11,500,000Palm Not intended to solicit currently listed property. Compass Florida, LLC. Equal Housing Opportunity. All information furnished regarding property for sale or rent or regarding financing is from sources deemed reliable, but Compass makes no warranty or representation as to the accuracy thereof. All property information is presented subject to errors, omissions, price changes, changed property conditions, and withdrawal of the property from the market, without notice. 561-741-4422 jeremybrowne@compass.com tomhughes@compass.com mallory.hughes@compass.com www.hughesbrownegroup.com

Jupiter$5,495,000Hills Located in the exclusive Jupiter Hills Club, a top-rated golf community in Tequesta, this home is an imposing estate with recently-completed renovations by Onshore Construction. Updates include landscaping and irrigation, roof and underlayment, wood ceiling detailing, impact windows and doors, entry door, summer kitchen and full interior kitchen remodel. The home features five bedrooms, six full bathrooms, two half-bathrooms, home office with wet bar, home gym, updated chef’s kitchen, temperature-controlled wine room, and plenty of living and dining spaces throughout. Your Village17965experts...localSECirAboutHBG 5 Bedrooms • 6.2 Bathrooms • 8,131 SF Following a decades-long family friendship, Tom Hughes and Jeremy Browne founded Hughes Browne Group with a mission to raise the bar in the luxury real estate space and serve as an all embracing resource for buyers, sellers, and investors. Together with Mallory Hughes, they lead a team of more than 15 Realtors throughout Palm Beach and Martin Counties, focusing on oceanfront and Intracoastal properties, golf club communities, and the numerous luxury and ultra-luxury homes and condominiums throughout the area. In an ever-expanding market with an evergreen environment and way of life, Hughes Browne Group is a testament to the success of a business founded on honesty, hard work, and human connection. It’s their promise to continue to be a resource beyond closing, serving as an extended family of friends and support for all. Whether by land or by sea, the properties and amenities in South Florida are of the highest quality, and this group of Realtors certainly follows suit.

400 SOUTH US HIGHWAY C1, JUPITER, FL 33477. 561.653.6100. © 2022 DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE. ALL MATERIAL PRESENTED HEREIN IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. WHILE, THIS INFORMATION IS BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT, IT IS REPRESENTED SUBJECT ATTORNEY, ARCHITECT OR ZONING EXPERT. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY. *BY 202O AND 2021 DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE SALES VOLUME AND GROSS COMMISSION INCOME. A personal approach that puts you first. Call me for all of your real estate needs. Matthias Fretz Sales ExecutiveAssociateDirector of Luxury Sales M matthias.fretz@elliman.com561.676.3824 Matthias Fretz, A Current Selection of My Luxury Listings Newly Listed | 19370 Loxahatchee River Road | Jupiter | $18,790,000 One of the finest properties ever to come to market on the coveted Loxahatchee River, boasting approx. 3.64 acres. Web# RX-10803908 Just Listed | 11378 Teach Road | Palm Beach Gardens | $5,895,000 Located directly on the intracoastal in the desirable Pirates Cove neighborhood with approx. 100ft of waterfront. Web# RX-10824313 Just Listed | 2030 Melody Lane | North Palm Beach | $5,995,000 Direct intracoastal with 7 residences, includes two parcels, just under approx. one acre, approx. 90ft on the intracoastal. Web# RX-10824602 Pending | 12907 S Shore Drive | Palm Beach Gardens | $6,500,000 Newer construction residence with approx. 80ft of waterfrontage on approx. half an acre adjacent to the intracoastal. Web# RX-107840 Sold | Represented Buyers and Sellers | 20-106 W Riverside Drive | Jupiter $20,000,000 | 4 phenomenal offerings on the blue water section of the highly coveted river. Web# RX-10798330 Just Listed | 19805 Pinetree Drive | Jupiter | $3,995,000 | 4 BR, 4.5 BA New construction home developed by Bright Homes on approx. 1.07 acres. Estimated delivery 4th quarter 2023. Web# RX-1079652 Virtually Rendered Photo Credit to Pelican Pix

TO ERRORS, OMISSIONS, CHANGES OR WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE. ALL PROPERTY INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO SQUARE FOOTAGE, ROOM COUNT, NUMBER OF BEDROOMS AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN PROPERTY LISTINGS SHOULD BE VERIFIED BY YOUR OWN Matthias Fretz Sales ExecutiveAssociateDirector of Luxury Sales M matthias.fretz@elliman.com561.676.3824 elliman.com Sold | 2113 Radnor Court | Juno Isles | $2,800,000 | Boater’s dream with approx. 91ft of waterfront, no fixed bridges, approx. 70ft dock, with water, electric and 10,000 lb boat lift. Web# RX-10807525 10179 SE Sandpine Lane | Medalist Village, Hobe Sound | $3,175,000 Brand-new construction 3 BR home with a cabana bath and detached 1 BR casita, developed by prestigious AR homes. Web# RX-10803972 Sold | Represented Buyer and Seller | Palm Beach Gardens | $5,250,000 Stunning custom-built home with easy access to the intracoastal and ocean with no fixed bridges. Full smart home with all-impact windows. Just Listed | 144 Tierra Lane, 13 | Jupiter | $1,950,000 | Spectacular newer construction luxury town-home. Ideally situated along the Jupiter Riverwalk, with all high end finishes throughout. Web# RX-10806767 Newly Listed | 1391 Dakota Drive | Jupiter | $1,549,000 | Windsor Park Stunning single-story 4 BR home with a bonus office in the primary bedroom features impact windows, doors and more. Web# RX-10792916 11700 SE Shell Avenue, 1f, 1b, 2a | Hobe Sound | $799,000 per unit One-of-a-kind auto art gallery built by Bright Homes. 12 luxury storage condos. 50% available. Approx. 1,633sf living/unit. Web# RX-1072933 Virtually Rendered Ranked #1 Douglas Elliman Agent in Jupiter in 2020 and 2021* Specializing in a wide range of properties in Palm Beach and Martin counties Responsive, professional, possesses local knowledge, and delivers proven results

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Updated 4BR/3BA single-family home on a deep-water canal with 175 feet of water frontage. New seawall in 2019. Private dock with room for several boats. New dock and boat lifts in 2019. Just one lot from the Intracoastal and 5 minutes to the Inlet! Spacious veranda overlooking a tropical backyard, free-form pool that was redone in 2019, and panoramic water views. New standing seam metal roof installed in 2019. Expansive great room; luxurious master bathroom en-suite that was totally remodeled in 2020. Enjoy the ultimate Jupiter waterfront lifestyle, only minutes to the sandbar or the Jupiter Inlet

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Brand new waterfront construction with panoramic water views. An open-concept first floor overlooks the historic Loxahatchee River, with eastern exposure, and features plenty of room for entertaining with a great room, separate family room, a club room, theatre, guest bedroom, and a study. A chef’s kitchen with double island and top-of-theline appliances boasts a huge pantry. Second floor offers 4 bedrooms plus a loft, including an impressive, oversized master bedroom with sitting room and a private balcony. All upstairs bedrooms lead to an expansive balcony with dramatic water views. Outdoors, enjoy a resort-style pool and spa, summer kitchen, and a private dock, with easy access to the Intracoastal Waterway, Jupiter Inlet, and the Atlantic Ocean.

“Specializing in palm Beach’S FineSt ReSidential pRopeRtieS.” 245 Sunrise Avenue • Palm Beach, Florida 33480 (561) 655-5510 • Fax: (561) LAWRENCEwww.moensrealestate.com655-6744A.MOENSASSOCIATES, INC. excluSive OCEANFRONT MANSION UNDER CONSTRUCTION PALM BEACH, FLORIDA A new home is underway on the Southend. Spectacular Oceanviews. Completion expected Spring/Summer next year. Call us for floorplans or further details. $43,500,000

SOLD SOLD 114 Lighthouse Drive • Jupiter inLet CoLony reCorD Breaking saLe 23 oCean Drive • Jupiter inLet CoLony off Market reCorD saLe 173 BeaCon Lane • Jupiter inLet CoLony off Market saLe Marie has a reputation for getting the best value for customers. In the last 18 months a number of her clients have been surprised when she was able to sell their properties at 30-40% above comp. – JIC Resident Marie rosner • Jupiter inLet CoLony • Jupiter isLanD SOLD SOLD 115 Lighthouse Drive • Jupiter inLet CoLony reCorD Breaking saLe 189 sheLter Lane • Jupiter inLet CoLony reCorD Breaking saLe 157 BeaCon Lane • Jupiter inLet CoLony reCorD Breaking LanD saLe SOLD SOLD 116 Lighthouse Drive • Jupiter inLet CoLony reCorDing Breaking saLe 180 BeaCon Lane • Jupiter inLet CoLony Buying siDe 44 south BeaCh roaD • Jupiter isLanD vaCant LanD saLe MARIE ROSNER Luxury Home Specialist Jupiter Inlet Colony, Jupiter Island, Jupiter and Tequesta Marie.Rosner@Elliman.com561.371.8451Contact 400 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Suite C1 • Jupiter SOLD SOLD SOLD

LYNN S. BYRD #4 TOP PRODUCER COMPANYWIDE Award Winning Resident Expert Specializing in Frenchman’s Creek Beach & Country Club, Frenchman’s Reserve Country Club, Northern Palm Beach County Country Club & Waterfront Luxury Communities Over 25 Years of Results & Expertise Over $1Billion in Lifetime Sales FRENCHMAN’S CREEK BEACH & COUNTRY CLUB 13602 VERDE DRIVE 4 BEDROOMS | 4 FULL & 1 HALF BATHS | 2,996 AC SF Expanded Patio A model featuring private triple fairway views, remodeled kitchen w/ upper tier appliances, generous screen enclosed patio w/raised spa, pool and tiled summer kitchen. Convenient proximity to the club. OFFERED at $1,950,000 LYNN S. BYRD c 561.762.2772 o LYNNSBYRD.COMLYNNSBYRD@GMAIL.COM561.622.5006 LYNNSBYRD.com

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Ready for what’s next? Meet the #1 sales agent in our Jupiter office. © 2022 ONE Sotheby’s International Realty. All rights reserved. ONE Sotheby’s International Realty fully supports the principles of the Fair Housing Act and the Equal Opportunity Act. Each franchise is independently owned and operated. CARLA CHRISTENSON 561.307.9966 GLOBAL REAL ESTATE ADVISOR CARLACSOLDIT.COMCCHRISTENSON@ONESOTHEBYSREALTY.COM 613 S. Beach Road, Jupiter Island 6 BEDS | 7.1 BATHS | 5,958 SF | $21,995,000

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