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Tuesday, October 15

WHAT’S THERE TO DO TONIGHT? 

STEPPING OUT FLORIDA

TUESDAY, October 15

 

Pavilion Grille

Music by “It Takes Two”                                          

Let’s go “Stepping Out” to hear “IT TAKES TWO” tonight!  Come on in! They play such great music—Everybody Dance! Enjoy the new Dance Floor! Don’t miss Boca’s BEST Tuesday Dance Party!  Tuesday always has a good turnout especially when the music is great and so fun, upbeat and dance-able by “It Takes Two”!  They sing a terrific variety:  Top 40 Music, Disco, Motown, Oldies, 50’s 60’s and much more; Come Meet, Mix, Mingle, Dine, and Dance to the best dance music at the Pavilion Grille in Boca Raton!

Both Singles and Couples welcome!  Dinner served from 6pm; Music starts at 8pm. Admission is $10 which includes a FREE House Drink, or may be credited toward $25 food or beverage; Music, dance, and fun tonight! All ages! Call 561-912-0000 for reservations or more information.

Pavilion Grille, 301 Yamato Rd, Boca Raton, 33431, is located in the lobby of the Seeman Holtz Building located on the NE corner of the intersection of Dixie Hwy and Yamato Road, and has distinctive large glass sides. Just park in the lot or garage and enter the lobby to a wonderful world of fine dining, live music and dancing. Directions: Take I-95 and exit at Yamato Rd., Boca Raton. Go east and turn left on Dixie Hwy. Parking driveway is on the right. There is a large FREE parking lot area and also a parking garage on the premises. Pavilion Grille, 301 Yamato Road, Boca Raton, FL 33431  PavilionGrille.com  Come on in to the HOTTEST spot in Boca on a Tuesday night!

The Week Ahead:  Wednesday, October 16: Ballroom & Latin Night; Thursday: October 17: It’s a Sock Hop with Joey & The Paradons; 

Joey Dale Band on Friday, October 18

Friday, October 18:  Oldies Night with the Joey Dale Band; Saturday, October 19: Closed for a Private Party;  Sunday, October 20: Otis Cadillac Band

(Note: EVERYONE wants to rent our venue with new dance floor for private parties! Think of us for your next party!)

AND…COME BACK AND JOIN US  NEXT  TUESDAY , October 22 for “It Takes Two”–and Tuesday is well known to be a GREAT NIGHT for Dancing and always a good crowd!

MORE: Two-For-One Drinks for Happy Hour : 5:00pm – 7:00pm, Tuesday – Friday: small plates start at $6; drink specials $5 -$8; Dinner served Tuesday through Saturday from 6PM and Lunch from Tuesday through Friday from 12 noon to 3:00 PM   Make dinner reservations  at 561-912-0000

 

 New Dance Floor!
 New Flooring!
New Furniture!
New Chef!

The Pavilion’s New Chef Cristian, formally of Josephine’s, Tavolino’s and Casa de Angelo will add his distinct Italian touch to our menu.

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October 15-Presidential Transition + “Align your Time, Resources & Finances with Environmental and Social Values!” This event is open to the public and Hosted by Boca Raton – Holistic Chamber of Commerce-5:30 PM – 8 PM-  For the evening’s itinerary and more details, CLICK HERE   THE TOPICS: Pivotal & Actionable Steps for Alignment and Results:

* Source Companies that are Socially Responsible
* Effectively Set and Achieve Financial Goals
* Manage your Time to Result in Increased Revenue
* Learn How to Make your Resources Work For You
* Health and Long Term Care that Saves You Money
THE PANEL: Phillip Kittell of Mass Mutual; Paul Cholak of Get Insurance Anywhere & Control Your Heathcare Costs;Greg Myseko of Merrill Lynch; Connect with Holistically minded individuals in a professional community! The HOLISTIC CHAMBER OF COMMERCE is an international organization with 63 chapters throughout Canada and the United States! HCC is a phenomenal community to connect in person to others who exercise a holistic mindset. This is not specific to holistic health, but is a home for all people who strive to connect to community, who desire to be conscious of the environment, who prioritize a healthy relationship of self/others/business/finances – essentially all individuals who are mindful of the integration with all aspects of life.  Meetings are the 2nd Tuesday of the month (except for our October event which is Oct 15!) at The Pavilion Grille off Yamato and Dixie, from 5:45-8pm.  There is mingling and networking at the beginning of the evening, the organized activities begins at 6:15, with a speaker or panel of speakers for an hour, concluding at 8pm.
Pavilion Grille also happens to have live music and dancing every Tuesday night at 8pm, which is a nice excuse for guests at HCC events to stay afterwards to further connect! Boca HCC Members are waived from the door entry fee ($10 value) as a “Thank You” benefit! Bring your favorite dancing shoes…RSVP to reserve your seat!
For membership details, click here: https://holisticchamberofcommerce.com/page/membership

For the Boca HCC Website, click here: https://holisticchamberofcommerce.com/HCCbocaraton
To apply for a membership, click here: https://web.membernova.com/305558/form/member-application

Email boca@nullholisticchamberofcommerce.com for any questions.

 

 

October 15-The 17th season of our Meet the Scientist Lecture Series begins tonight at 7pm. FREE Admission; This season’s calendar looks just as exciting as those in previous years and so we we sincerely hope you will join us ads often as you possible can. We will have brochures with the entire calendar available at the first lecture. We will begin this season with a presentation by Bud Howard from the Loxahatchee River District. His presentation is entitled: Rethinking Local Conservation And Restoration: Seagrass, Oysters and Water Quality. Bud Howard is the Director of Information Services at the Loxahatchee River District in Jupiter. He holds a Master’s degree in ecology from FIU. From his early days as a research biologist tagging gamefish, he discovered his joy for scientific research and doing remarkable things with computers and data, as well as sharing those tools and results with others. He presently leads the District’s Wild Pine Ecological Laboratory and Information Technology departments. Bud will share some of the fascinating science conducted in the Loxahatchee River. (see also attached event poster). The venue continues to be the auditorium of Jupiter High School. 500 N. Military Trail, Jupiter, FL 33458. We start at 7 pm and typically finish by 8.30 pm. The Meet the Scientist Lecture Series is a joint venture with the Environmental Research and Field Studies Academy of Jupiter High School. It continues to be sponsored by the Rotary Club of Jupiter and Tequesta, and the Jupiter Inlet District. All lectures are open to everyone. No RSVP required. For more information, call Stefan Harzen at  561-762-6473 or email: taras@nulltaras.org (Please note that the lectures are now being held on Tuesdays, and no longer on Wednesdays.)

 

 

October 15 to 18-Donation Request for Clothing for Disadvantaged Kids at Boca High – Boca High PTSA has organized a “Homecoming Closet” this year for the economically disadvantaged kids on our campus. We are currently seeking donations. How can you help? 1. Clean out your closet or your kid’s closet and bring any donations into the front office or email Brenda at brendakg@nullbellsouth.net to coordinate picking them up from you.  2. Share with your circle of friends to see if they have anything they would like to donate.

 

 

Oct. 15 to Nov. 2:“Fright Nights”, for the 18th year, will be staged at West Palm Beach’s South Florida Fairgrounds with its legendary haunted houses (this year there will be four) as well as magicians, stage show and  “scare zones.” Located at 9067 Southern Blvd., West Palm Beach. The midway is open from 6 to 11 p.m. (midnight on Fridays and Saturdays), while the haunted house opens at 7 p.m. Tickets are $25 until Oct. 10. After that, regular admission is $30. For an additional $5, you can move to the front of the line with a RIP (Rest in Peace, or…Really Important Person) ticket. The RIP tickets are limited and may be bought on the midway each evening. “Fright Nights” takes place Oct. 11-12, 17-19, 24-26, 31 and Nov. 1-2. For more information, visit MyFrightNights.com.

 

 

 

October 15 to 20- LES MISÉRABLES-The Musical Phenomenon;  LES MISÉRABLES has been translated into 22 different languages. Productions have played in 44 countries and over 349 cities with over 60 professional companies. The productions have played over 53,000 performances to nearly 70 million people worldwide. The London production of LES MISÉRABLES is the world’s longest running musical. LES MISÉRABLES has won over 140 major awards including an Olivier, Tony® & Grammy®.  From The Simpsons to South Park and Glee to Susan Boyle on Britain’s Got Talent, LES MISÉRABLES has been referenced in countless TV shows plus animations, books, radio broadcasts, comics, plays, and even games.  At the Broward Center for Performing Arts in Fort Lauderdale. For ticket, info. , CLICK HERE

 

 

 

 

 

October 15 to 27-Fall Festival Weekends at Bedner’s Farm -Pick sweet corn and eat it right off of the cob; pick a pumpkin from their traditional pumpkin patch (Pumpkin Patch open every day but Tuesday); Take a hay ride around 80 acres of working farm;  Corn Maze; Petting Zoo, Pony Rides, Home Made Ice Cream and Roasted Fresh Corn on the Cob,  Award Winning BBQ, Cider Doughnuts, Carnival Foods, Gourmet Food Trucks,  and Local Handmade Craft Vendors; For kids: Bounce house, Balloon making, Face-painting;
Info. about the Produce Market including: Local Granola, Fresh Salads, Fresh Florida O.J., Local Honey, Boiled Peanuts, Eclectic Selection of Wines, Selection of local and natural groceries. 2 locations: 10066 Lee Road, Boynton Beach, FL 33473 Phone: 561-733-5490; Hours are Monday-Saturday: 9:00am-6:00 pm and Sunday: 10:00am-5:00 pm; New Location: 381 NE 3rd Ave, Delray Beach, FL 33444-Phone:561-501-5177 Hours: Monday-Saturday from 9:00am-8:00 pm and Sunday from 10:00am-6:00 pm

October 15 to February 9-“Gridiron Glory: The Best Of the Pro Football Hall Of Fame”-How do you get 100 years worth of NFL memorabilia to Miami? Try six semi-trucks. That’s what it took to haul more than 200 artifacts and items to the History Miami Museum for this latest exhibit; The exhibit arrives ahead of Super Bowl LIV, which will be played Feb. 2 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens. It’s the culmination of the NFL’s 100th season. Walking through the collection at HistoryMiami (101 W Flagler St.) is like taking an interactive tour of football history. There are 8,000-square feet of photographs, vintage jerseys, helmets, and interactive displays. The coveted Vince Lombardi Trophy is also on display in a “Champions Theater,” where announcers shout “Touchdown!” to the roar of crowds from video monitors. “Gridiron Glory” comes from the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, with the HistoryMiami Museum providing additional items about the Miami Dolphins. A “Hometown Heroes” section celebrates the Dolphins and athletes who played in South Florida during high school and college. It traces the history of African American players all the way back to the pre-NFL period of 1892-1919, when there were only four of them. By the 1970s, black players comprised more than 20 percent of the league’s labor force and then 70 percent by 2002, according to the panel. The exhibit looks back at the evolution of the sport, from the early days of helmets that were made with thin pieces of leather to the high-tech plastic that protects players today. One case features Dan Marino’s Dolphins jersey from the 1998 season. Next to it is a signed football from the Oct. 17, 1999 game where he became the first NFL quarterback to throw over 60,000 yards. The exhibit also recognizes Jason Taylor and displays his No. 99 jersey and helmet from the 2006 season, when he was named NFL Defensive Player Of The Year.The same area also celebrates the 10 Super Bowl games that Miami has hosted. Displays contain programs, pins, flip coins and caps from those games.  Address: HistoryMiami Museum, 101 W Flagler St., Miami, FL 33130 Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays; Noon to 5 p.m. Sundays. The museum is closed Mondays. The “Gridiron Glory” exhibit will run until -Feb. 9. Admission: $10 for adults and $8 for seniors and students with identification. For more information: Call 305-375-1492 or visit historymiami.org.

 

 

 

Muddy Waters-Parrot-Head-TuesdaysParrot Head Specials at Muddy Waters!NEW: LIVE MUSIC AT MUDDY’S!!!   Every Tuesday at 7pm with Rich the Musician!!!

(LIVE MUSIC on Tuesday and the best Karaoke on Thursday!) CLICK HERE!!

Home of the 79 cent clams and oysters on the half shell daily-Everyday has a different special (check them out on this website every day of the week!) Today’s deals: Mother Ocean Clam Bake -$14, and Angus Beef Buccaneer Burger ($7.95)-Wash it down with one of the Pirates Groggs or if you’re having a bad day, drink a “Pain Be Gone: or a “Blackbeard’s Spiced Rum Cocktail” or an Island Rum Runner ($5)-(Yo Ho Ho and a Bottle of Rum!) Some “Pirates” like the Vodka Oyster Shots while playing Sports Trivia at the bar or the Margaritas ($3.50) and Pina Coladas ($3.50) while watching the 19 H/D TV’s–AND, by the way,  Happy Hour every day of the week from 4pm to 7pm and all night Monday night!-–Located at 2237 W. Hillsboro Blvd.-Deerfield Beach 33442 Click here:  www.MuddyWatersRestaurant.com   or 954-428-6577 

And BBQ coming up on NOVEMBER 2  (the first Saturday of each month)!!

LIVE BAND at 3pm~

 

 

 

 

All You Can Eat Shrimp Every Tuesday from 5pm – 10pm for  $19.95;  Get any style you like: Blackened, Grilled, Jerked, Fried, Coconut, or Peel & Eat (Hot or Cold);  Choice of sides includes Unlimited Fries or Cole Slaw; JoJo’s Rawbar Wellington; 13889 Wellington Trce, Ste A-20, Wellington, Florida 33414

 

Half Price Dinner on Tuesdays-Half off dinner entrees at Prime on Tuesdays from 5pm to 9pm at Prime ( Also receive half off any bottle of wine with purchase of a dinner entree every Monday at Prime or Baciami-Choose any bottle from the extensive wine list)- – For more info & to confirm: PrimeDelray.com    BaciamiItaliano.com 

 

 

 

Tequila & Taco Tuesday / “Taco Martes”-Featuring:$2 tacos (bar only), 50% off tequila drinks and $4 Corona and Corona Light bottles- Available 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.-BurgerBar, 4650 Donald Ross Road,  Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418

 

 

Tightwad Tuesdays- at Frank Movie Theater-Every Tuesday, All day-$6 Movies and a medium popcorn for $2.50. For those wanting to upgrade to 3D tickets, there will be a $3.50 add-on. In addition to Tightwad Tuesdays, Frank Theatre has a rewards card that you might want to sign up for. You can collect points for seeing movies, buying food and drinks at the concessions stand, etc — and earn freebies like free popcorn, free soda and a free movie ticket. Frank Theatre is located at 14775 Lyons Road at Delray Marketplace in Delray Beach; 561- 454-8002

Discount Day at Cinemark- every Tuesday at participating locations, including theaters in Boca Raton and Boynton Beach. Ticket prices range from $1 to $5.75, depending on the location. (There is an upcharge for 3-D films.) The offer is not valid for new movies on opening day, specially priced engagements or on holidays. Plus, the promo price does not include Cinemark XD, Cinemark IMAX or special engagements.

 

 

“Free Roll”- Free Poker Tournaments-at the Big Easy Casino-(formerly “Mardi Gras” Casino)- 831 N Federal Hwy, Hallandale Beach, FL, 954-924-3200 or email:  info@nullthebigeasycasino.com  Hours of Operation: Sunday-Thursday 9:00am-3:00am;  Friday & Saturday Open 24hrs-Free Tournaments every night at 6:50pm

 

 

Jam Night at Avant in Delray Beach-7pm – 10pm-Kick back with Your friends and family with $3 Drink Specials and $3 Tapas style menu. At Avant, 25 NE 2nd Ave, Delray Beach, FL 33444    www.avantdelray.com    Call to confirm: 561-921-8687‬

 

Jam Night at Rudy’s Pub in Lake Worth-8:30pm – 11:30pm- 9 N J St, Lake Worth, FL 33460-Live Music Jam every Tuesday-Call to confirm: 561-602-5307

 

Happy Hour-At “Tavern on the Glades”-At Whole Foods in Boca Raton, Coral Springs, Pompano and Wellington-4pm to 7pm save $2 on draft beer, wine by the glass, personal size pizzas & burgers Monday- Friday

 

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Beatles Tribute Show– Every Tuesday, “Two of Us”, a Lennon/McCartney Beatles tribute so fab you could be listening to your old records (without the scratches). George VanDyk and Paul blast out stunning vocal harmonies that’ll have you singing and dancing like it’s Saturday.-7:30pm–The Field Irish Pub-3281 Griffin Road-Dania Beach-Call to confirm: Phone: 954-964-5979 or www.TheFieldFL.com

 

Guided Nature Walks-Free guided quarter-mile natural trail through the Butterfly Garden, Coastal Hammock, and Mangroves, to a sandy beach by the Intracoastal. 11 a.m.-noon Tuesday-Wednesday, weather permitting. Gumbo Limbo Nature Center, 1801 N. Ocean Blvd., Boca Raton. 561-544-8605, gumbolimbo.org

 

Boca Noon Toastmasters-Noon-1:15 p.m.-Learn to speak with ease before an audience- Boca Raton Community Center Annex, 260 Crawford Blvd., Boca Raton. 954-778-6682.

 

Women’s Issues Group-You may join these groups at any time. No appointment necessary. 10-11:30 a.m. Faulk Center for Counseling, 22455 Boca Rio Road, Boca Raton. $5 per session. Call to confirm: 561-483-5300.

 

ACBL- Sanctioned Duplicate Bridge-12:30 p.m. Tuesday-Friday. St. Mark’s Church, 2100 Yamato Road, Boca Raton. Buffet luncheon at noon. $11 (includes lunch). Call to confirm: 561-558-7362.

 

Socrates Café-Socrates Cafe gatherings are held around the world, where people from different backgrounds get together and exchange thoughtful ideas and experiences. Persons attending gatherings engage in a common quest for a better understanding of human nature, and in the process strive for a more inclusive world. Socrates Cafe gatherings are free and open to any member of the public who wishes to freely discuss a question which is chosen by vote. Views expressed are those of the participants and facilitators, and are not necessarily those of the City’s elected officials or staff. Linda S. Giannini and Mark Kressner facilitators. No enrollment. 1:30-3 p.m. Downtown Library, 400 NW 2nd Ave., Boca Raton.  Click here to confirm:  bocalibrary.org

 

Farmer’s Market-10am to 3pm-At Whole Foods Market, Davie- Join us Tuesdays for a chance to pick up local, artisanal products you won’t find in the store! Located at 1903 S. University Drive, Davie 33324   Call to confirm:  954-916-3000

 

 

fury-road-logo-unnamed-1Fury Road Riders Strives to Make A Difference-Now Every Tuesday 7pm-9pm at Buffalo Wild Wings, Deerfield Beach-When a motorcycle riding club outgrows allocated parking space, it’s simply a great sign that there’s a better location for the club. Fury Road Riding Club (www.FuryRoadRC.com), the fastest growing motorcycle enthusiast riding club of men and women in South Florida officially announces their new bike nite home at Buffalo Wild Wings, 1219 S. Federal Highway, Deerfield Beach (directly across from Target). Fury Road R.C. makes appearances at charity and community events to offer awareness and bring some loud fun to all occasions.  Fury Road R.C. Email: minfo@nullfuryroadrc.com, Website: www.furyroadrc.com, Twitter: @FuryRoadRC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FuryRoadRC/?fref=ts, Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/officialfuryroadrc/ More details: Who: Fury Road R.C. is an organically grown riding club consisting of motorcycle enthusiasts who all have a similar desire to ride and ride for others. Our mission of dedication in making an impact throughout South Florida and beyond has created a full throttle of interest from people all over the state. Fury Road R.C. riders attend many events from grand openings to fundraisers, educational institutions and even missions that involved decorated US servicemen and women is a great attention draw. Everyone, including attendees and members of the media, adds to the success of each endeavor as we assist in inviting your target audience- Come meet us!  (NOTE: photo of Adrienne Mazzone on their latest charity ride for RettSyndrome.org )

 

 

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Norton Museum of Art-There’s much to celebrate at the Norton: The Museum reopened after a five-week hiatus to re-install galleries and prep for construction.  Be sure to visit the reinstalled galleries to view your favorite works in a new context. Programs such as Art After Dark have resumed. Don’t miss Art After Dark on Thursdays.  Scroll down for details.

For info. on Exhibitions, Programs, Tours, Art After Dark, Theater Lab (new), and more, CLICK HERE 

 

Tuesday Night Open Mic Night-Every Tuesday night, Shauna Sweeney hosts Open Mic Night at the Kingshead Pub in Sunrise, FL. Bring your guitar, keyboard, stand-up comedy routine, or just your appetite for great food and fun. Musicians of all ages, genres and experience levels are welcome. And seriously the food rocks. Open mic sign-up begins at 8:30pm. Come check it out this Tuesday! For more info and TO CONFIRM, email: shauna@nullshaunasweeney.com   At Kingshead Pub-2692 North University Drive, Sunrise, FL

 

Monthly Networking Event-RoboVault Self Storage now hosts RoboConnect, a monthly networking breakfast on the third Tuesday of every month at 7:30am to 8:30am-. RoboConnect provides Fort Lauderdale professionals the opportunity to come together to enjoy a morning of coffee, pastries and networking with like-minded peers. Each event, held in the state-of-the-art storage facility’s meeting space, features a different guest speaker. For $5, guests also have the option to enter a raffle to win a prize. All raffle proceeds are donated to Children’s Home Society-Event held at RoboVault Self Storage-3340 SE 6th Ave.-Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316 Each event is $5 to attend and includes breakfast. Call to confirm: 954-766-9997

 

 

WPB Farmer’s Market Now OpenCome to theWest Palm Beach Farmer’s Market at the Palm Beach Outlets, happening every Tuesday from 4 to 8pm-There will be live music and more than 40 venders selling their fresh foods-For more info: CLICK HERE

 

Batten’s Farmers Market6807 Stirling Rd., Davie- Call to confirm: 954- 990-7820-Hours: Year-round, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday, 10 am–5 pm, Saturday & Sunday, 9 am–5 pm-Batten’s Farmers Market is a local icon, acclaimed for its abundance of delicious strawberries that grow during winter and spring. The farmstead experienced difficult times and closed in 2008, but it reopened in 2011 under new ownership. Batten’s continues its tradition of selling fresh conventional and organic produce from local farmers, in addition to breads, raw honey, nuts, jams and jellies. There’s also a milkshake and smoothie counter. Kids enjoy the petting zoo, and can take cooking and gardening classes.

Brothers Farmers MarketsHollywood Location, 4191 N. State Rd. 7-Call to confirm: Phone: 954- 962-9292-Davie Location, 6807 Stirling Rd.-954-585-2225-Hours for both locations: Open Year-round, Monday–Friday 8am–5pm, Saturday-Sunday 8am-3pm-Established in 2003, Brothers Farmers Market supports Florida farming by offering a bounty of fresh organic and conventional produce at reasonable prices. The market is very popular, so the produce cases are constantly being restocked. Beyond fruits and veggies, the shelves are filled with so many unique gourmet products that shoppers tend to spend a lot of time here browsing.

Ft. Lauderdale Farmer’s MarketVisit us in the parking lot just south of our store where there will be over 50 vendors selling products that are grown or created locally-2000 N Federal Hwy-Fort Lauderdale, FL 33305

 

Women Only Executive Networking Group– At Seaside Grill -1406 N. Ocean Blvd. -Pompano Beach. Florida 33062-. 11:30am – 1:00pm-. Every 2nd & 4th Tuesday- Cost Only $20 includes lunch & refreshments- Presented by the South Florida Women’s Chamber of Commerce, Broward County Chamber of Commerce,  and the South Florida Chamber of Commerce- Presenting How To Do Business With Broward County Government at this event. To confirm:  954- 565 – 5750 www.BrowardBiz.com

 

Networking in Broward /Coral Springs--The Coral Springs Coffee Meetup is the 1st and 3rd Tuesday every month at 7:45am sharp to 9am-Breakfast at Toojay’s Original Gourmet Deli for the purposes of meeting and developing relationships with other business professionals-One member per category-No dues or fees-Guests are always welcome–Bring plenty of business cards-BYOB (Buy Your Own Breakfast)- Meetings are mandatory-Located at 2880 N. University Drive-Coral Springs 33065 at the Walk Plaza-Call to see if your business category is available and to confirm: Arlene: 561-670-6828- http://www.yourlinktolocalbusiness.com

 

 

SOF Networking AdNetworking-LOTS of Breakfast networking and more- Everyday in various locations-CLICK HERE

 

 

 

Ladies Night- FREE Drinks for Ladies on Tuesday at Tanzy‘s from 4pm to 7pmEvery Tuesday, ladies-only will be treated to complimentary house-infused vodka cocktails from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Also featuring $5 select wines by the glass, $4 select drafts beers, $8 select appetizers plus half off social hour menu.  Also Monday-Friday Happy Hour specials on drinks and appetizers –  At Tanzy Restaurant-Mizner Park-301 Plaza Real, Boca Raton-Call to confirm: 561-922-6699

 

Country Line Dancing Lessons- Tuesday through Saturday- At Renegades in West Palm- For more than 12 years, Renegades has been one of West Palm Beach’s favorite hangouts — Swing by and enjoy the spectacular 10,000-square-foot setting with 75 TVs, a mechanical bull, live music, and down home food from nachos topped with award-winning chili to crispy wings; just throw in a couple of beers-Located on Village Boulevard-600 Village Boulevard-West Palm Beach, FL 33409-Call to confirm:561-683-9555

 

Dance-‘FUN’-damentals and Useable Intermediate WCS (West Coast Swing) Patterns-Lessons by Louis Schreiber start at 7:30PM- At New Millennium Ballroom-2500 E Hallendale Beach Road-Suite T- Hallandale, FL –To confirm:  Info: CLICK HERE

 

Taco Tuesdays at Cabo Flats- All -You-Can-Eat, All Day, Every Tuesday-for $15- Unlimited: includes chicken, veggie, ground beef, steak, shrimp or mahi tacos-at Delray Marketplace, 14851 Lyons Road in Delray Beach, 561-499-0378 or Downtown at the Gardens- 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Avenue-#5101-Palm Beach Gardens 33410–Phone 561-624-0024-Call to confirm

 

Trivia Night at The Dubliner Irish Pub in Mizner Park-Every Tuesday. For more information or to call  to confirm: 620-2540 or visit DublinerBoca.com

 

Blues JammingEvery Tuesday-bring your instruments-But drums and P.A. provided-Full band to back you up – 9pm to 1am-at Fish Tales -3355 NE 33rd Street, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308 -Info and to confirm:  954-689-2344 or  www.fishtaleson33rd.com‎

 

Jazzy Blues at Tokyo Blue-music by Dr. J.-8pm to 10pm every Tuesday-extended Happy Hour-half price drinks and appetizers-then Karaoke with Klass until 1am (free shot when you sing)-inside the Ocean Manor Beachside Resort-4040 Galt Ocean Drive-Fort Lauderdale-Info and to confirm: 954-566-2122

 

At Blue Jean Blues–Ft. Lauderale’s Jazz and Blues Club-8pm-12am-At Blue Jean Blues 3320 N.E. 33rd St. Fort Lauderdale 33308-(2 blocks N. of Oak. Pk. Blvd. & A1A)- www.bluejeanblues.net  or www.bjblive.com     954-306-6330

 

Blue Tuesdays-at Boston’s on the Beach-Every Tuesday- At 40 S. Ocean Blvd.-On A1A and Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach 33483- Blue Tuesday hosted by Famous Frank Ward-8:30pm to 11:30p,- No Cover-Always a great time.  Always great music. Every Sun: Grateful Dead Night (7pm Every Mon: Reggae Night (10pm) And other great music throughout the week- Great ocean-view, try the dining experience upstairs at 50 Ocean. Tuesday Schedule varies  an ever-changing lineup of local, regional, national and international blues musicians and guests. With this unmatched roster of tremendous talent from both sides of the Mississippi, the soulful sounds turn Boston’s into an intimate venue for a perfect evening of blues.  Info:  www.bostonsonthebeach.com    561-278-3364

Complimentary Wine-Tastingat Hollywood Vine-6pm to 9pm-also wine classes offered-at 2035 Harrison Street-Hollywood 33020-Call to confirm: 954-922-2910

 

Music & Dancing Under the Stars-at the Hollywood Beach Theater-7:30pm to 9pm every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday-music (and dancing) from Big Band to Country to Rock & Roll-Free Admission-Call to confirm: 954-924-2980-East of A1A at Johnson  Street and the ocean


Karaoke Tuesday at O’Malley’s Sports Bar-(Listed in the Top Ten by New Times)-This Margate bar gives karaoke singers the greatest gift: a free drink. Hosted by Marioke, O’Malley’s has drink specials every Tuesday night and also keeps the full kitchen open — so if you’re feeling creative, you can bring food onstage as a karaoke prop. Located at:  1388 N. State Rd. 7 Margate, Fl, 33063.  Call to confirm: 954- 979-8540

 

Dan Renken-KJ-1798148_10152204301443810_1514689508_nKaraoke Taco Tuesday – with K-J Dan Renken– 7pm to 11pm-$9 for 3 tacos, $5 margaritas, $5 Cuervo Gold shots, $15 buckets of Coronas-At The Backyard-511 NE 4th St.-Boynton Beach, FL 33435-Call to confirm: 560-740-0399

 

 

 

Karaoke in Jupiter-with Sami and Christa-7:00 PM – 11:00 AM-Come sing your favorite songs with Sharon Robb and Christa Knox;  Sami Amkaraoke rockin the house and gettin our karaoke on. At Johnny Mangos Tiki Bar & Grill, 75 E Indiantown Rd, Jupiter  33477  Call to confirm:  561-747-1161

 

Hotel Biba in West Palm BeachDJ music-drink specials-8pm to 1am- No cov er-320 Belvedere Road-Call first-for schedule changes-561-832-0094

 

RenegadesCountry-western nightclub-Dancing on 2000 sq.ft. dance floor- Ladies drink free till midnight- 4833 Okeechobee Blvd.-West Palm Beach-Call to confirm:  561-683-9555

 

Gold Coast BallroomDancing- Coconut Creek- 8 pm- Cover:  $15  -includes light sandwich, cake, coffee or tea- this venue now includes a drink bar (alcohol) and sandwich bar-For info. and to confirm: 954-979-0770

 

The Living Room In Boynton Beach-located in the old Lindburgers in the Catalina Center-Live music 6 nights a week-Decorated with eclectic pieces of furniture – sofas, chairs, coffee tables-Guests are invited to pull books and games from the overflowing bookshelves and make themselves at home-The menu is eclectic as well – a great mix of casual pub food-Located at 1709 N. Congress Avenue- Boynton Beach-  561-742-4399