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It’s the scariest time of the year again, Halloween! Time for all the scary, scary things to come out and do what they do best! Are you brave enough to come out and play? Find out this weekend, … more
BELLE GLADE West County Senior Center, Brother Church Boy and Skye, are looking for ways to keep citizens amused during the coronavirus pandemic, by giving them something to do once a week instead of … more
Looking for a fun way to celebrate fall and still have plenty of room to social distance? Partin Ranch Corn Maze and Fall Festival in Kenansville offers 22 acres of festivities to help get you into the fall spirit. more
Because of COVID-19 concerns, Spookyville will be handled as a drive-through event. more
The Highlands County Master Gardener volunteers will hold a plant sale by appointment on Tuesday, Oct. 13, at the Bert J. Harris Agricultural Center, 4509 W. George Blvd., at the flashing light on U.S. 27 south of Sebring. more
Shy Wolf Sanctuary Education & Experience Center is pleased to announce that the second annual WolfStock: Brewfest and Food Truck Rally will take place Nov. 14. more
WEST PALM BEACH — No bones about it! The South Florida Science Center is announcing the fall blockbuster exhibit, Real Bodies: The Exhibition presented by the Stiles-Nicholson Foundation. more
OKEECHOBEE — Okeechobee Main Street has announced the Labor Day Parade will take place on Monday, Sept. 7, at 10 a.m. The parade will follow the regular parade route. starting at the Aldi … more
WEST PALM BEACH — It’s back! The third “Fair Eats Drive-Thru” event hosted by the South Florida Fair is scheduled for Labor Day weekend. The third event will be held from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., … more
(NAPSI)—Consumer preferences have changed drastically since the start of the pandemic, with travel being no exception. Thousands of Americans have opted out of airline tickets and hotel … more
WEST PALM BEACH — The only experience that’s more scary than Fright Nights is the toll that the spread of the COVID-19 virus is taking worldwide. Known as one of the scariest events in South … more
HOLLYWOOD — On July 25, Seminole Gaming announced an upgrade to its “Safe + Sound” program guidelines, which have been in place since five of its six casinos reopened over the past two … more
COLUMBIA FALLS, Maine, and NASHVILLE — National nonprofit Wreaths Across America (WAA) is proud to announce that, this year, it is producing a free, virtual “Giving in July” concert on … more
ESTERO — Following a successful string of shows earlier this month in his hometown of Sarasota, the “King of the High Wire” — Nik Wallenda — announced June 30 that he will be bringing his … more
Lake Okeechobee News/Chris FelkerBRIGHTON — Players work the machines seated at a physical distance of at least 6 feet from each other and must be wearing a mask unless they’re having a … more
OKEECHOBEE – Dwight Chandler, David Altman, Daniel Kidd Sr. and several other business owners have come together to remind everyone of the unity that the Okeechobee community displays every day. … more
OKEECHOBEE — Okeechobee Community Theatre (OCT) has announced that they are officially postponing their 42nd season due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The theatre’s executive team met last … more
OKEECHOBEE — Clayton Brown and six of his friends had a weekly ritual. Every Friday the group would meet up either at a local hobby shop in Okeechobee or in one of their homes and they’d play … more
WEST PALM BEACH — The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office reports that it’s fielding lots of questions about the local executive order to reopen parks and other recreational facilities — … more
Each week on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, Michael's will be offering craft tutorials through Zoom at 1 p.m. Eastern time. Some of the classes are limited to 1,000, so get there early. The … more
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