Regardless, of the storm approaching, Floridians are filling their calendar and getting ready for next month. We’re compiling a list of events for you to add to your schedule and giving you something to look forward to after the weather passes. Besides enjoying some of the best lobster and champagne, you’ll have the opportunity to discover some of the most entertaining days for September. From Bocce Ball Tournaments to Releasing Sea Turtles there are plenty of events you’ll won’t want to miss.
Labor Day at Boca Raton proves to be happening and this year’s celebration includes a Rock Festival with live entertainment till 2 AM. The location for this all-day bash is at Crazy Uncle Mike’s off North Federal Highway. The brewery includes some of Boca’s best bites and a unique line up of entertainers. Regardless of the Labor Day event, you can enjoy amazing appetizers to handcrafted beer along with a relaxed vibe. Be sure to stop in and tell them we sent you!
The Boca Raton Resort & Club will be hosting Lobsterbash with musical guests The Police Experience will fill the balmy air with a tribute to artist, Sting and the famous band of the ’80s and ’90s. Also, you’ll have space to dock your boat; however, we would recommend contacting the famed Waldorf Astoria resort to reserve your slip. Even if you arrive by car, this venue is a stunning iconic addition to the Boca Raton area rich with history and a hundred ways to pamper yourself or embrace life. Take your golf clubs as this hotel includes one of the most excellent golf courses around. Also, when you’re not busy taking in the sounds of music, you can relax at the day spa with the exclusive resort. Spoil yourself with any of the many treatments or enjoy an exotic mineral bath. You’ll leave feeling rested and refreshed with so many amenities. We know you’ll love every minute!
The Boca Beach Club will partner with Gumbo Limbo in releasing the sea turtle hatchlings. This event appears to be sold out, but if you are fortunate enough to make one of these nature walks, you won’t be disappointed. Learn about loggerheads, greens, and leatherbacks who are protected wildlife. If you can’t make this event, there are a few others throughout the year. However, the good news is you can be a donor or adopt a sea turtle and sponsor one of these animals rehabilitating them back to health and wildlife. Sea turtles can be in the harm of injury from boats, light from artificial lighting, and pollution. Many of these marine animals call the beaches at Boca Raton “home.” It’s up to the residents and visitors to protect them.
The Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce welcomes the Prime Professionals group where they will be discussing Women and International Business Alliance programs. The meeting is for both women and men looking for enlightening on physical and psychological health for the business owner. The CEO and Vice President of Allegiance Home Health will be guest speakers and will open the round table discussions with their expert knowledge on operating and success for entrepreneurs.
For those history buffs, The Boca Raton Museum of Art will be showcasing the Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day. There is no cost for this nationwide event where museums across the country are celebrating the Smithsonian Magazine. The museum itself is an excellent way to show appreciation to fine artists, both famous and new on the horizon. Besides the many displays of sculpture, beautiful art paintings and contemporary concepts, the Boca Raton Museum is a terrific place to continue education where you can take up oil painting to welding with metal or whatever your favorite medium.
The medical conference titled Type One Nation Summit is estimating over 100 participants at this year’s event. The September 22nd conference will be held at the Boca Raton Marriott at Boca Center. Other than a top-grade development, the Marriott is near plenty of upscale restaurants and makes the perfect staycation if you’re looking to getaway. But the summit will include guest speakers from the South Florida medical community. You can learn about topics such as diabetes and some of the most innovative medical breakthroughs. We’re confident there will be an excellent turn out for this family event.
Diamonds by Raymond Lee will host a Seafood Festival where you can enjoy succulent crab legs, juicy shrimp tails, and conch. The event is a terrific way to meet your neighbors and take part in the community even if you’re new to the area. You can still get tickets online at Eventbrite for the delicious party where you’ll also find live entertainment and street vendors to add more excitement.
Are you a fan of Bocce Ball? If you are then head over to Governor Lawton Chiles Park to use their bocce courts and create your event. Chiles Park is among many of South Florida’s state recreational spaces where many of the amenities are provided at no extra cost. However, bear in mind the facilities are on a first-come basis. In addition to the professional bocce and petanque courts, there’s a softball field, picnic pavilions and dogs are welcome on a leash. Be sure to spend some time at any one of the well-manicured state parks.
September is a Heavy Hurricane Season
While the state prepares for the arrival of Dorian, it seems business as usual in Boca Raton. By September, we will know the hurricane’s fate, which reminds us of the necessary preparations everyone must take for these types of events. Let’s tell our friends and family it’s time to ensure your home is ready for the inclement weather this month can bring. Be sure to stock up on bottled water, canned and non-perishable food, batteries, flashlights, and anything else to make the days without power more comfortable. From now until November, we must remain vigilant as South Floridians, making sure safety is a priority.
We’re looking forward to winding up the 3rd quarter with so many notable events on the horizon. If you’re looking to move to the Boca Raton area and want to see what the community is about, any one of these events will inspire you.
In the meantime, if you’re looking to buy or sell a property, we want to help. Contact us today.