South Florida Events 9-28-17

Recently we have redesigned our website, SouthFloridaReview.com to make it easier for people to search to find local businesses and promotions. People use SouthFloridaReview.com to discover great local business. If you know of a business that has a feature deals and promotions, please use the "Contact Us" page and we will try to add them. SEP30 4th Annual Chasentailz KDW Fishing Tournament Today 6 AM · 169 guests Harbourside Place Jupiter SEP30 End of Summer Festival Today 1 PM · 244 guests Harbourside Place Jupiter   OCT4 Family Night with the Food Trucks at Sunset Cove Amphitheater Wed 5 PM · 409 guests Sunset Cove Amphitheater Boca Raton OCT5 Jack Johnson Thu 7:30 PM · 2,884 guests Coral Sky Amphitheatre West Palm Beach   OCT12 Diesel w/ Pastor Jentezen Franklin - Thurs Night Thu 5 PM · 47 guests Christ Fellowship Palm Beach Gardens OCT12 $30 Fundraiser - ELS for…
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South Florida Weekend Events 9-22-17

Hope you and your family are safe.  Like most of people, we lost our power and Internet for several days.  Things are slowly returning to normal. Recently we have redesigned our website, SouthFloridaReview.com to make it easier for people to search to find local businesses and promotions. People use SouthFloridaReview.com to discover great local business. If you know of a business that has a feature deals and promotions, please use the "Contact Us" page and we will try to add them. SEP22 Flavor PBC Try Great Restaurants All Sept South Florida Review Palm Beach Gardens SEP23 Zac Brown Band With Special Guest: Darrell Scott Tomorrow 7 PM · Melissa L Nash is going Coral Sky Amphitheatre West Palm Beach SEP23 Respectable Street 30th Anniversary Block Party Tomorrow 8 PM · Alexei Berryscnikoff is going Respectable Street West Palm Beach SEP23 September to Rememb…
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Hurricane IRMA Update, Checklist & Important Information

We just have been getting updates from FEMA, NOAA, the National Weather Service and Florida Emergency Management about Hurricane Irma. Their message was unmistakable: take the threat seriously and prepare accordingly. Although we cannot control the severity of Irma, we can act ahead of time to safeguard our families, homes and businesses. Governor Rick Scott has already declared a state of emergency as wind gusts are expected to exceed 200 miles per hour. All tolls on Florida highways have been suspended and prescription drug refills covered by health insurance are available early. A number of simple steps can make a big difference in surviving a natural disaster. FEMA recommends that you identify your local hurricane evacuation route, make a family emergency communication plan, purchase a portable generator, secure loose rain gutters and downspouts, reinforce roofs, windows and doors and remove any damaged trees and limbs before rainfall. There is absolutely no dow…
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South Florida Weekend Events Sept 1st.

Hi, It is still summer and hot in South Florida!  This past month we have redesigned our website, SouthFloridaReview.com to make it easier for people to search to find local delas and promotions. People use SouthFloridaReview.com to discover great local business. If you know of a business that has a feature deals and promotions, please use the "Contact Us" page and we will try to add them.   Faculty, Ceramics & 3D Exhibition Sep 01, 2017 to Oct. 28th at 10AM at 373 Tequesta Drive, Tequesta, Florida, 33469 Free for members, $5 nonmembers. The Lighthouse ArtCenter proudly presents the 2017 Faculty, Ceramics & 3D Exhibition showcasing new works by the School of Art’s expanded faculty. Current and selected visiting faculty members will exhibit their most recent work, which does not necessarily relate to the courses that they teach. The exhibition focuses on the outer limits of their extensive experience. We are awash in color, texture and dynamic techn…
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Hurricane Harvey: Could it happen in Palm Beach County?

(By Kimberly Miller - Palm Beach Post Staff Writer) South Florida’s water managers watched the rain pile up in southeast Texas with the same horror as the rest of the nation, but with a heightened anxiety that comes in knowing the limitations of the state’s own flood control system. Despite decades of environmental manipulation to corral, channel and pump water away from developed areas, if 30-plus inches of rain fell steadily over several thousand square miles of South Florida, it would be under water — several feet under water. “You get three feet of rain in that magnitude over that amount of area, you are going to have three feet of water everywhere,” said Tommy Strowd, director of operations for the Lake Worth Drainage District. “Houston is hard to look at. It’s the kind of thing that keeps you up at night.” Areas of southeast Texas received a record 52 inches of rain over a roughly 72-hour span during Hurricane Harvey’s extended stall over the state. If Sou…
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