The Guide: What To Do In Jupiter And The Palm Beaches In April


What to do, see and lust over this season

Club Scrub Spring Fling River Paddle III

Grab your kayaks, paddleboards and canoes and head to the third Club Scrub Spring Fling River Paddle on April 22. Beginning at Jonathan Dickinson State Park, travel down the Loxahatchee River, ending at the Jupiter Sandbar for a lunchtime party. (Tickets from $35;


Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Head to the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum on April 8 for the largest environmental film festival in North America. The third annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival will bring moviegoers together in front of the big screen to view a series of international short films that illustrate the world’s natural beauty. ($10;



Celebrate Israel’s rich history during IsraelDays: A Festival of Arts & Culture. The annual event will begin April 19 and continue into May, providing an opportunity for the community to experience film screenings, author discussions, book signings, memorial ceremonies and more at a variety of venues. To kick off the event there will be a showing of the film“The Essential Link.” (free;


Car Auction

Take part in a long-standing tradition during the Barrett-Jackson Palm Beach Auction from April 6 to 8 at the South Florida Fairgrounds. Car enthusiasts can view the world’s most sought-after, valuable automobiles, bid on cars and enjoy numerous events like collector car symposiums and car care seminars. (Ticket prices vary;


Coastal Fest 

The first Coastal Fest is set to take place on April 1 in Jupiter at the Plaza Down Under on the Riverwalk. Guests can enjoy springtime weather by listening to Fresh Catch, known for its heavy Reggae sounds of paradise, and dine on tasty foods from local vendors. (free;


For the Arts

Art lovers have the opportunity to view numerous artistic media during the CityPlace Art Fair from April 1 to 2. Set at South Rosemary Avenue, the festival will transform CityPlace into an outdoor showcase featuring more than 100 artists’ paintings, one-of-a kind jewels, photography, ceramics and more. (free;


Season’s Sweetest

It’s that time of year for deliciously harvested corn from the Glades Region of The Palm Beaches. Families and friends can head to Yesteryear Village at the South Florida Fairgrounds on April 30 for the Sweet Corn Fiesta. Enjoy all-day events featuring summertime foods, live entertainment, a sweet corn-eating challenge and a shucking contest. (Ticket prices vary; 

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