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Goals give us direction!!

Make New Year's goals,Dig within and discover what you would like to have  happen in your life this Year,This helps you to do your part.It is an affirmation that you're interested in fully living life in the Year to come.

All these"WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE OR TO DO""""Is a full life with strength and courage,Honesty and Integrity,Given and Forgiven,,

All of the above comes from An Healthy Mind and Body,,,

This is my goal today and tomorrow,,For a New book  with 365 chapters,I think is pretty full and I will succeed,,

Happy New Chapter all my friends out there in all over the World




What happening in Palm Beach County


Enjoy the 3rd Annual Craft Beer Festival & Burger Bash on June 14th at PGA National Resort and Spa. Imagine a whole festival featuring a first-rate craft beer selections and gourmet chefs outdoing themselves to create scrumptious burgers. This packed roster of fun includes a portfolio of more than 60 craft beer and cider brands, including those from local fav's like the Tequesta Brewing Com, Due South and Funky Budda.  Local restaurants will have booths where sliders are provided for sampling and will compete for the coveted “King of All Burgers”.


Embark on a culinary journey around the world through the tastes of delicious and tropical fruits. Enjoy cooking demonstrations, guided tours, over 100 tropical fruits and samplings, food trucks and live music.. Mounts Botanical Garden will host its Tropical Fruit Festival on June 28th from 10 - 3 at their beautiful location in West Palm Beach


Throughout June and July, Loggerhead Marinelife Center hosts walking tours to observe sea turtle nesting and the egg-laying process of loggerhead, green and the occasional leatherback sea turtles along the beaches of Juno Beach. The walks, roughly a half-mile long, begin at 9 p.m. and typically end at midnight every Wednesday through Saturday evening. Only 30 people can walk per night, and tours fill up quickly. Registration is highly recommended


Every Month, explore the culinary likings of Palm Beach County on a unique tasting tour where food and history comes together; and brings tasters to three to four restaurants, eateries or markets in 4 historic Palm Beach County neighborhoods: Lake Worth, Lantana, Boynton Beach and Delray Beach. Not just limited to eateries, the tour also visits art galleries, shops, historical landmarks and buildings. This allows guests to fully explore Palm Beach County’s quaint, historic neighborhoods while learning about the local community’s history.




Clematis Street has been the commercial district for Palm Beach County since the 1890s. Today it is known as the "Main Street" and entertainment center of West Palm Beach. The street is viewed by locals as the city's living room — a place where people come to shop, dine, do business, relax, and have fun. The eclectic and authentic architecture along Clematis has evolved over the last century, spanning nearly every significant era and style from 1890 to 2009.

Shops and restaurants line the ground floor of historic buildings for the length of the street, providing abundant dining and entertainment options. Businesses range from 100-year-old retailers and modern dance clubs to health food emporiums. Annual events, concerts and festivals draw crowds of locals and visitors to Clematis Street.

Increasingly, startup businesses, small tech companies, creative office industry offices, and artists are occupying spaces above shops and restaurants, further energizing and activating the street, often at off hours, reflecting residents' non-traditional work schedules.

History and Redevelopment

  • The configuration of Clematis Street as it is known today has its origins in the initial settlement of the city by Henry M. Flagler's surveyors and engineers for the East Coast Railroad (1893)
  • City planner John Nolen surveyed the city and created a general plan for development (1923)
  • In the early 1990s the street was converted back to a two-way street, travel lanes were reduced, intersections were raised for pedestrians, mid-block crossings were constructed, and the now iconic palms and live oaks were added
  • City adopted the Downtown Master Plan, setting the ground rules for the future growth of downtown West Palm Beach as a pedestrian friendly environment (1995)
  • The 500 block of Clematis Street listed in the National Register of Historic Places (1996)
  • Downtown Master Plan Update created a conservation district to preserve the scale of the existing buildings and protect the character of the street (2007); transfer of development rights was allowed to compensate property owners for the preservation of the buildings
  • A library located at the east end of Clematis Street was demolished in 2008 and a new waterfront park and pavilion opened to the public in February 2010; provides access and connection to the waterfront from Clematis Street
  • New library and city hall complex built on the Clematis Street Corridor, adding life to the street and replacing an old building that had been vacant for 10 years (2009)

Features and Events

  • Centennial Fountain and Waterfront Park, the iconic open space within the city, feature an interactive fountain, shady plaza, and expansive lawn; ideal for large gatherings and shows
  • A trolley system with two routes runs the length of Clematis Street connecting, the area to CityPlace, the train station and bus facility, Palm Beach Atlantic University, and the office district in downtown West Palm Beach
  • "Clematis by Night" draws thousands of people weekly since 1996 for a fountain-side concert series featuring local, regional, and national entertainment, food, art, and children's activities
  • Other festivals and events include: "SunFest,"  the annual boat show, and "Corvettes on Clematis"
  • Clematis Street's nightlife scene draws nearly 80,000 visitors each week