What’s Happening in Abacoa? 4 Things You Must Do
Quaint, charming, and friendly are just a few of the words used to describe Abacoa, a developing community made up of 17 neighborhoods in Jupiter, Florida. With a distinct style of architecture for each neighborhood and a lot of cultural diversity, Abacoa is a premier destination for vacation goers and those hoping to get into an emerging real-estate market.
Following are just a few of the thing you should see and do in Abocoa:
- Artigras – Held on President’s Day weekend in February, Artigras is considered one of the best Fine Art Festivals in the country. Featuring the work of over 300 artists in 14 categories, Artigras showcases only the best pieces, with artists being approved through a stringent evaluation system. You can expect to only see the best of the best here.
- Feast of Little Italy – Each year the Feast of Little Italy brings a little flavor to the neighborhood with delicious Italian cuisine, entertainment, activities, vendors, and more. In addition to sampling all the dishes, you can delve deep into Italian culture by enjoying live music from popular Italian artists. There are also dancing troupes, recipe contests, eating contents, and more.
- Live Music in the Town Center – On Friday and Saturday evenings, the famous Town Center area vibrates with music from one of dozens of popular artists and bands that regularly perform in the area. A wide variety of talent and musical styles are featured and, as always, there’s a lot of great food and other entertainment options to choose from.
- Wine Tasting and Tours – Whether you prefer wine or ale, Abacoa hosts several wine and beer tasting tours annually. Each tour whisks you through several of the local restaurants and bars where you will sample the finest each location has to offer for a truly indulgent night on the town.
Whether you’re stopping by for a quick visit or spending a week or more in Abacoa, there’s always plenty to see and do in this vibrant, up-and-coming community. To find more scheduled events in Abacoa, visit their event page.