Top 5 things to do on Saturday


“Noche Latina,”


This monthly event which showcases prominent Latin music acts will feature Electric Piquete during happy hour and the Grammy and Latin Grammy-nominated Miami reggae/fusion act Locos Por Juana later in the evening.

The music starts at 4 p.m. Saturday. 960 N. Highway A1A, Jupiter. Free. 21 and older. Information:; 561-747-8513.


Back to the ’70s Dance Party,

The Kelsey Theater

Got chest hair? Bust out the gold medallion and flaunt it! Polyester bell bottoms and platform shoes? Wear them! Then get out on the floor and shake, roll and slide to the groovy tunes of The Palm All-Star Band & DJ’s from Kenny Mondo Productions. Prizes for best dressed, costume and groove shakers.

The event is 6 to 11 p.m. Saturday. 700 Park Ave., Lake Park. Individuals $30, couples $50. 21 and older. Information:


Butterfly Walk,

High Ridge Scrub Area

The Atala Chapter of the North American Butterfly Association in partnership with the Palm Beach County Environmental Resources Management Adopt A Natural Area Program will host the walk.

The event is 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday. 7300 High Ridge Road, Lake Worth. Free. Information:


12th Annual Bluegrass in the Pavilion,

Flagler Museum

The event will feature Dailey & Vincent, one of the most exciting, reputable and elite bluegrass bands in America. CMT dubbed them the “Rockstars of Bluegrass.” Proceeds benefit the museum’s education programs for children.

The show is 3 p.m. Saturday. 1 Whitehall Way, Palm Beach. $35. Information: 561-655-2833 ext. 27;


Marine Yard Sale,

West Palm Beach Fishing Club

A huge variety of used items will be for sale including fishing rods and reels, boat anchors, dock lines, gaffs, coolers, cast nets, fish landing nets, fly fishing tackle, lures, hardware, diving gear and more.

The sale is 7 a.m. to noon Saturday. 201 Fifth St., West Palm Beach. Free. Information: 561-832-6780.

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