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The Square Grouper Tiki Bar in Jupiter, FL is home to Jimmy Buffet and Alan Jackson’s music video “It’s 5 o’clock somewhere”. This laid back yet energetic atmosphere presents an awesome view of the Jupiter Lighthouse and Intracoastal Waterway all the way out to the Jupiter Inlet.

It is a real island style Tiki Bar that contains three different bars with plenty of standing room and lots of seating room in and around the sand. You can arrive by both car and boat. They have great live music on most weekends and some weekdays. There are lots of coconut palm trees for shade to keep you cool in the summer time while enjoying yourself and company. You can enjoy an extensive menu of cold beer, great cocktails, and pretty good food. They even have free

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The 8th annual Cardboard Boat Race is here once again. If you have a free weekend with the kids, do not miss out on this fun and entertaining event.

The event is for kids to build their own boats out of cardboard and race them to win a trophy. It is a wonderful way to get out with your family and friends and have some fun. The kids will get to use their imagination to build a boat of any shape or size to get the best advantage to win the race. Get your crew together, start brainstorming ideas, and get ready to race in front of an enthusiastic crowd. Come up with a team name and prepare for the excitement.

This event will be held on Saturday, October 15th, 2016 at the City of Hollywood Marina, 700 Polk St, Hollywood, FL. Boat

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Hurricane

As hurricane season is here and we have category 4 Hurricane Matthew on its way to our coast, boat owners need to prepare for the safety of their boats. You want to be productive as soon as you hear the possibility of a severe storm heading your way. It can take a long time to prepare your boat for safety. The most important part of keeping your boat safe during a hurricane is the location you store it.

The safest places to store your boat during a severe storm are in hurricane-rated dry storage facilities. Most of them hold hundreds of boats all in a safe manner keeping them dry and away from the high force winds. After Hurricane Andrew, the construction standards in most counties of Florida were upgraded, meaning these facilities are capable of

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