Artists work on display in Jupiter


FLORIDA ARTISTS WORK ON DISPLAY

An exhibition at the Lighthouse ArtCenter in Tequesta that features the multi-media art work of five Florida artists is open until Saturday. The displays feature cultural, historic and environmental issues of Florida. The artwork is from Xavier Cortada of Miami, Sarah Crooks of Jacksonville, Mary GrandPre’ of Sarasota, Cheryl Maeder of West Palm Beach and Margaret Ross Tolbert of Gaineville. For information, call 561-746-3101 or go to lighthousearts.org

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum needs volunteers for the third-annual Sea Fest for Kids scheduled for Saturday from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sea and land based activities, vendors, food trucks, crafts, and demonstrations are planned. Children 18 and under are admitted free. Adult tickets are $10. Tickets are available online at jupiterlighthouse.org and at the door.

TAKE A TOUR OF THE LOXAHATCHEE RIVER

Reservations for a three-hour tour on March 21 led by a Loxahatchee River Center River Center naturalist are available. Tickets are $40 each. Spectators can expect to see the different habitats of our estuary, explore the untouched and protected areas of the river and participate in some hands-on activities on-board. For information, go to lrdrivercenter.org or call 561-743-7123



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