Live Entertainment on the Plaza every Friday & Saturday
evening from 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm.
Fountain Shows on the Plaza.
Enjoy the eco-friendly show
fountain on the Plaza, sure to dazzle you with a choreographed performance to music every half-hour, daily.
FAU Lifelong Learning Society (Jupiter)
for Lifelong Learning's courses:
- Winter Semester - November 1
- Spring Semester - February 2
Semester - May 1
- Fall Semester - August 1
Register early to get the courses you want, as some
classes fill up rapidly.
Taught by FAU professors and distinguished guest lecturers, course offerings include such varied subjects as foreign
policy, political science, film, music, art history and literature. The Lifelong Learning Society was established to provide
adults of all ages the opportunity to enrich their lives through non-credit, university-level courses with no homework or
Fall one-time lectures and courses take place in the Lifelong Learning Society complex, 5353 Parkside Dr., at FAU’s
John D. MacArthur Campus in Jupiter.
Nine restaurants are now open at Harbourside Place - Tommy Bahama, The Woods Jupiter, Calaveras Cantina, Too Bizaare,
BurgerFi, Bravo! Cucina Italiana, Another Broken Egg Cafe, Johnny Swirls and Subculture Coffee.
The Town of Jupiter and Harbourside Place have reached agreement to resolve event violations including car shows, yoga classes,
green markets, farmers markets and concerts. See article on the "News" page of this website.
Clematis By Night
Free concerts are held every Thursday 6:00 - 9:00 pm at the fountain, toward the east
end of Clematis Street, downtown West Palm Beach. Check website for updates on 2016 concerts; www.clematisbynight.net:
Kravis Center for the Performing Arts
The following performances are scheduled for the Kravis (Raymond F.) Center for the Performing
Arts, Alexander W. Dreyfoos, Jr., Concert Hall located at 701 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach.
Kravis Theatre's 2019-2020 regular season is featuring the following:
on the Roof: Nov 12 - 17, 2019
The Play That Goes Wrong: Dec 10
- 15, 2019
A Bronx Tale: Jan 7 - 12, 2020
Jan 28 - Feb 16, 2020
Miss Saigon: Mar 3 - 8, 2020
Away: Mar 31 - Apr 5, 2020
The Donna Summer Musical: Apr 28 - May 3,
MNM Theatre Company
Presents Man of La Mancha: Sept 13 - 29, 2019
BeIO: Oct 12, 2019, 7:30
PM & 10:00 PM
American Street Dance Theater Nuttin' But a Word! Oct 19 - 20, 2019
Contemporary Ballet: Star Dust From Bach to David Bowie: Nov 3, 2019, 7:00 PM
& Garfunkel Story: Nov 6, 2019, 8:00 PM
Mercy Killers: Healing the Heart of American
Healthcare: Nov 8 - 9, 2019
Miami City Ballet: Slaughter on Tenth Avenue:
Nov 8 - 10, 2019
National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine: Nov 19, 2019, 8:00 PM
Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum: Nov 22 - Dec 8, 2019
Jupiter Movie Theater
The Shoppes at Jupiter is home to Cinepolis' first hybrid location. The movie theater, which opened on June 19,
2015, offers two unique auditorium concepts in one cinema, “Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas” and “Cinépolis.”
The theater’s six “Cinépolis Luxury Cinema” auditoriums offer guests a luxury movie-going experience
with fully reclining leather seats and in-theater waiter service and dining with full bar, available at the touch of a button.
of the theater’s eight “Cinépolis” auditoriums can enjoy a premium theater experience with comfortable
seating and access to the gourmet menu and full bar in the lobby area. The approximately 1,100 non-reclining leather seats
are wider than traditional movie seats.
This cinema offers:
- Traditional Seating & Luxury Reclining Seating
- Full bar: wines, spirits
- Gourmet appetizers and entrées
- 3D Viewing Experience
- At-your-seat waiter service in select auditoriums
- AV compatible for
events & business meetings
Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum
Monthly Calendar: Aug - Sept, 2019
RSVP (561) 747-8380 x101
Lighthouse Sunset Tours: August 14 & 28 @ 7:15 pm - 8:30 pm
Lighthouse Moonrise Tour: August 15 @ 7:15
pm - 8:30 pm
Twilight Yoga at the Light: August 12, 19, 26 & September 2 @ 7:00 pm
- 8:00 pm
Hike Through History:
Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum offers climbing tours of the landmark 1860 Jupiter Lighthouse and exhibits in
the waterfront History Museum located in the restored WWII Naval housing quarters building.
The Lighthouse is located on a US Coast Guard base. Visitors are permitted access to the Lighthouse and Lighthouse
grounds only on a guided registered tour through the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum. The admissions desk is located
in the Museum gift shop.
Prices are: $9 for adults, $5 children ages 6-18, 5 & under and active US military with
ID admitted free. Admission includes Museum exhibits and Lighthouse Tour.
The Lighthouse is open 7 days a week during
season (Jan-Apr) and closed Mondays during off season (May-Dec). The regular hours are 10am-5pm, with the
last lighthouse tour at 4pm. Please allow 2 hours to visit site and trail.
Evening Tours at Loggerhead Marinelife Center
Enjoy an evening tour of Loggerhead Marinelife Center, 14200 U.S. 1 in Juno Beach. This new program offers guests the ultimate
experience during an after-hours tour, led by an experienced guide. Light bites and refreshments will be provided as participants
tour the exhibit hall to learn about the different sea turtle species, LMC's conservation efforts, and a variety of aquaria
found in our local marine ecosystems. For the second part of the tour, guests will go beyond the gates of the turtle yard
for a meet and greet with the sea turtle patients. These tours take place every Tuesday from 6 to 7 p.m. The cost is $20
for adults and $12 for children. Walk-ins are welcome; however, maximum capacity is 20 people. To reserve your spot, call
561-627-8280, ext. 105 or email email@example.com.
Inlet Village Public Transportation
The Town of Jupiter Community Redevelopment Agency approved at their December
10th meeting, proceeding with a point-to-point, electric taxi service for the Inlet Village and A1A corridor area. The
CRA is considering the purchase of 4 electric vehicles to be owned by the Town of Jupiter and operated by a private service
provider. The Commission directed staff to return with additional details on the plan and agreements.
Maltz Jupiter Theatre
Maltz Jupiter Theatre's 2019/2020 season features the following plays:
Oct. 27 - Nov. 10, 2019
- The Mystery of Edwin Drood: Dec 3 - Dec. 19, 2019
Jan. 14 - Feb. 2, 2020
- Brighton Beach Memoirs: Feb. 23 - Mar. 8, 2020
to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying: Mar. 17 - Apr. 5, 2020
2019/2020 Schedule of Events:
- Broadway's Jersey Boy (November 16, 8:00 PM)
- Christmas Cheer (December 16, 7:30
- Capital Steps (December 31, 5:00 & 8:00 PM)
- Simply Streisand (January
3, 7:30 PM)
- Mercury (January 4, 8:00 PM)
- Tapestry (February 6, 7:30 PM)
Alive (February 7, 7:30 PM)
- Abeach Party Boys (February 8, 8:00 PM)
Maltz Theatre Expansion
Plans for a $25 million
expansion to double the size of the Maltz Jupiter Theatre so it can “launch Broadway and national tours” have
been submitted to the Town of Jupiter. The expansion comes two years after the former Burt Reynolds Dinner Theatre on the
northwest corner of State Road A1A and Indiantown Road underwent $2.5 million in renovations. The expansion added 62 extra-wide
seats in a second-floor lounge, expanded the lobby, built executive offices on the second floor, installed 10-foot-high windows
on the east side and boosted the size of the restrooms.
Preliminary plans for the latest expansion call for doubling the size
of the theater facilities and boosting the size of the acting school on the 5-acre property. Town zoning requirements limit
the height of the Maltz three-story addition to 50 feet. The Maltz employs 26 full-time employees, 11 part-time employees
and about 100 actors, designers and other people called visiting artists.
Annual attendance at the Maltz doubled to about 100,000
this past year from about 10 years ago. Subscriptions, where customers buy tickets to about five shows a year, increased from
about 2,300 to about 7,600 during that same time.
|Artist's rendering showing proposed addition
Seabreeze Amphitheater (at Carlin Park)
Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation Department Presents:
> No Events Scheduled
chairs and blankets welcome. Free admission
Town of Jupiter
Jupiter Inlet Village (Love Street Project)
|Love Street Development
After about three years of controversy, on June 7 the Jupiter Town Council voted 3 to 2 in favor
of building a $30 million outdoor marketplace on the Jupiter Inlet, a project known as the Love Street Outdoor Project. According
to developer Charles Modica this project, together with a possible second development on the nearby 10-acre Sunni Sands property,
will create an ecotourism destination, a place where visitors can kayak, walk, bicycle and go to restaurants and other places
without using their cars. The two Town Council members who voted against the project felt that developing the 4- acre love
Street project will bring traffic and parking problems that the Inlet Village section of State Road A1A will not be able to
handle. The concern is that Love Street will have the same impact as Harbourside Place.
The love Street plan calls for 50,000 ft.²
of retail/restaurant/office. A boardwalk, two waterfront restaurants and a small café with outdoor seating would overlook
the Jupiter Inlet. A 30-foot wide roadway called the Lighthouse Promenade would start at A1A for vehicles. The Promenade would
narrow as it approaches the Jupiter Inlet, where it would turn into a narrower, pedestrian-only walkway leading to a view
of the 1860-built Jupiter Lighthouse. A Love Street connection to the Riverwalk, the town’s 2 ½ mile waterfront
bicycle/pedestrian lane that runs from Ocean Way to the Jupiter Inlet, is planned.
The town is also considering improvement plans for Indiantown Road. Bicycle lanes, landscaping, crosswalks, medians and
dropping the speed limit are being considered for the half-mile stretch from U.S. 1 east to A1A.
Parking & Traffic Issues
With new restaurants at Harbourside Place,
including The Woods Restaurant and Calaveras Cantina, and the Cinepolis movie theater across the street in
the Promenade Shoppes of Jupiter, traffic at the intersection of US #1 and Indiantown Road is expected to increase. However,
the County is projecting that anticipated big crowds will not overwhelm the roads. Both roads are expected to be well under
the approximately 4,900 vehicles per hour capacity.
Then there’s the parking issues,
especially when there are major events at Harbourside Place. Mr. Mastroianni, the Harbourside developer, feels that a multilevel
600-vehicle parking garage is needed on the vacant Piatt Place property on the east side of U.S. 1 just south of Burt Reynolds
Park. Also there’s going to be a parking problem on A1A when the Suni Sands mobile home park is developed and more businesses
move into the town’s funky fishing village.
Did we anticipate when we bought our Jupiter Bay condominium in the
lazy town of Jupiter that we’d someday wind up in the middle of a major city, with traffic congestion, multilevel parking
garages and dozens of new restaurants?
Plans for a historic boathouse on the Jupiter Inlet adjacent to the Suni Sands mobile home park have been approved by the
Jupiter Town council. They call for keeping with the historical design of the 6,000-square-foot building. The bottom
floor will be a boathouse, which will require dredging. The second floor will be a recreation room. The third floor will be
an observation deck. The second and third floors will be available for rent.
Hobe Sound resident Charles
Modica, who bought the 10-acre 200 resident mobile home park in 2013 for about $17 million, plans to demolish the 1906-built
boathouse and construct a new $3 million one. Modica plans to replace Suni Sands with a non-gated community with about a dozen
cottages, a 200-room inn, retail shops and public docks.
Plans call for an April start to the demolition project and start of construction for the new boathouse. The work should
take about 10 months.
Jupiter Inlet Village Construction
Work on an $8 million
18-month project to overhaul the three-quarter mile stretch of state road A1A from U.S. 1 south to Jupiter Beach Road began
on November 12, 2014 and was completed in May, 2016.
The first phase of the project, costing about $3.7 million, took about seven months and included:
Burying above-ground power lines,
- Installing new piping for drinking water and drainage, and
- Improving underground
The second phase, which cost about $4.4 million, included:
Landscaped medians in staggered areas;
parking along both sides of A1A near Parkway and Saturn streets;
Decorative crosswalks at Jupiter Beach
Road, Parkway Street, Guanabanas restaurant, Saturn and Love streets;
4 and 5-foot-wide bicycle paths and
6-foot-wide sidewalks on both sides of A1A; and
Decorative pedestrian streetlights 15 feet high (regular
street lights are about 30 feet high.)