Jupiter’s Biggest Hometown Celebration!
Saturday, February 4
11 am- 5 pm
For more information, call 561-741-2400 or visit
FREE parking and trolley service at Jupiter High School.
Parking is available on-site for special-needs residents.
Thank you to our Community Partners
Bike or walk... It takes 30 minutes or less to bike to the
Jubilee from most neighborhoods! Free on-site Bike Valet
parking available by Healthier Jupiter.
Plus... Register your bike for free with the Jupiter Police
Recycle and minimize waste... Bring your own sport bottle
and enjoy Jupiter’s award-winning water, or get a reusable,
souvenir cup at the event.
Visit... There will be many exhibits in the Community Center to
learn more about the Town, local businesses, and eco-tourism.
On Saturday, February 4, 2017, Jupiter’s largest hometown
celebration kicks off at the
Jupiter Community Center.
Held from 11 am to 5 pm,
the Jupiter Jubilee is a FREE,
annual community event for
area residents and visitors
that celebrates everything
that makes living, working,
and playing in the Jupiter
What’s Happening at this Year’s Jubilee?
Event-goers can enjoy entertainment, food, exhibits,
demonstrations, and community activities at the Jubilee. Outside
the Community Center, a Kids’ Adventure Park will feature
bounce houses, face painting, and more. New this year, there
will be a Cornhole Tournament hosted by South Florida Cornhole.
Get tournament details at www.southfloridacornhole.com/
About the Jupiter Jubilee
jubilee. Cornhole sets will also be available for recreational use
in addition to the tournament. The ever-popular Jupiter Police
Department K- 9 and SWAT demonstration will be back again,
and local treats will be available for purchase from a variety of
food vendors. Inside the Community Center, community groups
and organizations will display information and exhibits at the
Civic Fair, the Local Business Fair, and the Eco-tourism Expo.
The Town of Jupiter has been holding the Jupiter Jubilee since
2002. Its genesis was the town’s 75th Anniversary Celebration
in 2000, when a community event was held at the municipal
complex. This original event brought the community together
to celebrate life in Jupiter, and was so successful that town
leaders began planning for an annual event. Each year, the
Jubilee highlights Jupiter’s unique character, history, community,
and natural treasures. In the spirit of conservation, the Jubilee
is also a green event, and vendors, exhibits, and attendees are
encouraged to recycle, re-use and conserve.
Free parking is available at Jupiter High School on Military Trail,
just south of the Jupiter Community Center. Free shuttles will
operate continuously throughout the event, between the high
school and the Jubilee. For more information, visit
JUPITER JUBILEE - FEBRUARY 4, 2017