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Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium will host Dollar Night at the Dean on August 6. COURTESY PHOTO

Stadium hosts Dollar Night at the Dean

The folks at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium say the buck stops there on a night that hits a homerun for baseball fans.


Saturday, August 6 is Dollar Night at the Dean, when the Jupiter Hammerheads and the Palm Beach Cardinals face off for a duel at the Dean.

Now, about those dollars.

Roger Dean will be offering $1 specials on hot dogs, popcorn, peanuts and Italian ice cream sundaes.

Look for other tiered pricing specials:

$3 options include pretzels, chips, candy, and 20-ounce soda or bottled water.

$5 options include a fried chicken breast sandwich and a personal cheese pizza.

There’s also a $5 beer special for 16-ounce national beers.

The stadium will also offer discounted items at $1, $3, $5 and $10, with a list including hats, t-shirts, commemorative photos, glasses, baseballs, pins, baseball cards and other collectible memorabilia.

Doors open at 5 p.m., first throw is at 6 p.m.

See Daniel Pichney's acrylic painting

See Daniel Pichney’s acrylic painting “Alone Asleep” at the New Studio for the Visual Arts in Jupiter. COURTESY PHOTO


PBC artists will host the Jupiter show

Palm Beach County Artists Inc. will host a “2022 Summer Show” at the New Studio for the Visual Arts in Jupiter.

Thirty artists, members and non-members, have been selected for this show.

Daniel Pichney, a painter whose work was recently exhibited at the Surovek Gallery in Palm Beach, is the featured artist.

John Bowen, Iconic Member of the Florida Watercolor and Gold Coast Watercolor Societies and Associate Member of the American Society of Marine Artists, will judge the awards.

The exhibition is open until September 24. There will be an opening reception from 5 to 8 p.m. on Friday, August 5; a second reception will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, August 27, in conjunction with the faculty of the New Visual Arts Studio.

The Artists of Palm Beach County Inc., a 501(c)3 organization since 2006, is a coalition created and run by artists of all disciplines. It offers members the opportunity to exhibit and sell their work, network with other artists, and attend art fairs, workshops, and classes.

The new studio for visual arts is located at 1615 S. Cypress Drive, Suite 201, Jupiter.

Information: or [email protected]

The Ballet de Paris offers an internship program

The founder and director of Jupiter’s Paris Ballet and Dance has announced an internship program for young dancers around the world.

Led by former international ballet star Jean-Hugues Feray, Paris Ballet America is a pre-professional internship program that will train elite young dancers for professional dance careers. The competitive, audition-only program will accept students from around the world and serve dancers ages 14 and up. Junior interns must be home-schooled and/or enrolled in Florida Virtual School, and students under the age of 14 may be considered based on their technical and artistic level. Dancers between the ages of 18 and 20 are welcome when seeking their first professional contract.

As a 501(c)3 non-profit charitable organization, scholarships are available – with the goal of finding talent and providing as many scholarships as possible to students who otherwise could not afford them. Private auditions are held throughout the summer and video auditions will be accepted for non-local students.

Paris Ballet et Danse will be the official school of Paris Ballet America. The school will continue to offer its after-school, evening and weekend lesson program, with a season of performances each year at the Eissey Campus Theater and the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts which will remain unchanged.

Paris Ballet America’s 2022-2023 classes will begin September 12 at Paris Ballet and Dance in Jupiter. Tax-deductible donations for scholarships are also always welcome. To schedule an audition for more information, call 561-308-8377 or email [email protected] ¦

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