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Discovering Chimpanzees: The Remarkable World of Jane GoodallThe traveling exhibit is open now through May 13 at Dr. Wilde’s World, at Miami Metro Zoo, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visitors will be immersed in the forest environment of Gombe National Park in Tanzania, meeting Dr. Goodall’s now-famous chimpanzee subjects and getting an up-close look at the animals as they fight, hunt, play and communicate with each other. See how Dr. Goodall’s relationship with the chimps evolved from one of strictly scientific interest to one of devotion with a firm commitment to chimpanzee survival. For more information, call (305) 251-0400 or visit www.miamimetrozoo.com.

Boca Raton Green MarketIt’s a favorite Saturday morning meeting place: Boca’s farmers’ market, held each Saturday through April 28. Local fresh produce; fresh-squeezed juices; fresh-cut flowers, plants & landscape trees; fresh pasta; guacamole; candles; fresh fish & shrimp (when in season); soaps & oils; gourmet foods; bakery items; coffees & teas and more. It’s located at the Royal Palm Place south parking lot in Boca Raton, starting at 8 a.m. Continental breakfast and lunch accompanied by live music begins at 10 a.m. through noon. For more information, visit www.ci.boca-raton.fl.us.

Georgia O’Keeffe: Circling Around AbstractionAlthough there have been numerous exhibitions of Georgia O’Keeffe’s work since her 1916 debut, this will be the first to examine this ground-breaking American artist’s utterly unique approach to abstraction. More than 40 of O’Keeffe’s works will be on display, exploring and deepening the general public’s understanding of this significant artist and the important contribution she has made to American modernism. The exhibition will be held at Norton Museum of Art now through May 6. For more information, please call (561) 832-5196 or go to www.norton.org to find out more.

Party at the PiazzaCome every Wednesday for the “Party at the Piazza,” featuring some of South Florida’s most popular bands performing everything, including Top 40, variety, disco, swing, standards, classic rock & pop. The lineup includes Cachet, Private Stock and more – and it’s all free. Concerts will take place through May 25, weather permitting, every Wed. beginning at 7 p.m. and running until 10 p.m. at Royal Palm Place in Boca Raton.For more information, call (561) 392.8920.

Escape from Torry IslandBelle Glade is proud to host Torry Island’s first adventure race on April 21. The race consists of a 3-mile run, 7-mile bike ride and 2-mile canoeing. This race is perfect for a beginner and is adventurous enough for the seasoned athlete. The race will precede the Black Gold Jubilee Festival. Canoes and life vests will be provided for participants. The event will also include games, regional foods, art shows, rides and outdoor concerts and will conclude with a fireworks display. Visit http://eteamz.active.com/torryisland or call (561) 992-5813 for more information.

Monthly Texas Hold ’em Poker TournamentOn April 26, jump on board the Palm Beach Princess at 6:30 p.m. to test your skills at the monthly Texas Hold ’em Poker Tournament. Participants may also play poker at the Freeze-Out Tournaments every Mon. and Wed. night. Start time will be at 7:15 p.m. sharp. Remember, poker is available on all the nighttime cruises. Visit their web site at www.pbcasino.com or call them at (800) 841-7447 to find out more.


Atlas Shrugged Essay ContestThe Atlas Shrugged Essay Contest is open to undergraduate students. To participate, applicants must read the novel, then write an essay on a selected topic, which can be found on the web site. Essays are judged on both style and content. The winning essay must demonstrate an outstanding grasp of the philosophic meaning of the book. The award amount ranges from $50 up to $10,000. The deadline for applications is Sept. 17, 2007. Complete contest guidelines are available at www.aynrand.org/contest/atlas.html.


Beach Club serverApplicants will be required to serve both food and beverages to guests throughout the property, ensuring a positive guest experience at the Seminole Hard Rock. The position is part-time, approximately 25 hours per week, and is available immediately. The application is available in person or online at www.seminolehardrock.com. For more information, fax (754) 797-2361, or e-mail [email protected].

Teaching Assistant/ Camp CounselorsThis job will include assisting a lead teacher to oversee a preschool class, as well as helping the students in all aspects of classroom activities. Camp counselors must be able to swim and to interact well with preschool aged children. The starting pay is $10 per hour for 20 to 40 hours each week and will begin on June 4 at the Jewish Community Center. Call Amy Szoke at (561) 640-5603, ext. 347 to make an appointment for an interview and to fill out an application.

Valet DriverApplicants must be reliable, responsible and a good runner. Good people skills and a clean driving record is a must. The ability to drive stick shift cars is a plus. The position is part-time, approximately 20 hours per week and pays between $8.15 and $16 an hour. This valet position is at a Boca Raton location. E-mail [email protected] for more information and an application.

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