The Seminoles begin the 2015 season at home against Texas State this Saturday at 8 p.m. Join your fellow Palm Beach County Seminoles at our two official game-watching locations -- Grease Burger Bar in downtown West Palm Beach or Mellow Mushroom off Atlantic Avenue in downtown Delray Beach.

Grease will offer a 25% discount and $2 touchdown shot, while Mellow Mushroom will offer a 15% discount on food and various drink specials to all those FSU fans wearing the required wristbands. There will also be door prizes for the chance to win FSU football tickets.

Saturday's prizes include tickets to the Sept. 12 game against USF. The Bulls defeated FSU the last time they traveled to Tallahassee in 2009.

Proceeds from your donations benefit the Palm Beach County Seminole Club scholarship fund, which provides two scholarships each year to local students who have chosen to continue their education at FSU.

All fans are encouraged to arrive early as there is no reserved seating.





The Palm Beach County Seminole Club is pleased to welcome former Florida State linebacker Marvin Jones as the guest speaker at the 2015 Seminole Scramble & Kickoff Party on Saturday, Aug. 29 at Atlantis Country Club.

Jones was a two-time consensus All-American at FSU and won the 1992 Butkus Award as the best linebacker in college football before a successful 11-year NFL career with the New York Jets.

He will join former FSU stars Clay Shiver and Luis Alicea, all of whom will pose for photographs and sign autographs for fans. You'll have an opportunity to bid for a chance to golf with Jones and the other FSU athletes.

Golf check-in and registration is at 7 a.m. with a shotgun start at 8 a.m. A cocktail reception will begin at 12:30 p.m., immediately followed by the kickoff luncheon.

The $125 pre-registration cost includes golf and admission to the luncheon. A discounted foursome is available in advance for $450. The cost is $50 in advance for those wishing to just attend the luncheon. There is also a discounted luncheon cost for children (12 and under) of $20 in advance.

Prices increase the week of the event and availability cannot be guaranteed at the door, so be sure to register in advance and save.

To register online, click here.





Please save the date for the third annual ACC Alumni Club Games on Saturday, June 6 at John Prince Park.

This is your opportunity to show off your FSU pride among other ACC alumni.

Each school will host a team to compete in seven field day-inspired events for the honor of being crowned ACC Alumni Club Games champion.

Sign-ups for teams will take place on-site before the start of the games. Show your school pride by sporting your school colors!

The events are:
  • Tug-o-War
  • Hula Hooping
  • Dizzy Bat Race
  • Three-Legged Race
  • Wheel Barrow Race
  • Egg on a Spoon (Kids Only Event!)
  • Water Balloon Toss
Food will be available in exchange for a donation to be split among the alumni clubs to cover costs of the food. Please bring your own beverage of choice.

Kids are welcome!





The Florida State Seminoles carry a seven-game winning streak into this weekend's best-of-three super regional series at rival Florida.

Come cheer on the Atlantic Coast Conference champions as they travel to Gainesville looking to spoil Florida's season.

All Seminoles are invited to watch Saturday's game at Palm Beach County's official FSU game-watching locations, Grease Burger Bar on Clematis Street in downtown West Palm Beach and Mellow Mushroom off Atlantic Avenue in downtown Delray Beach.

Both locations will be extending their FSU discount (25 percent off at Grease, 15 percent off food and various drink specials at Mellow Mushroom) to all fans dressed in garnet and gold.

First pitch is scheduled for 5 p.m. Winner of the series advances to the College World Series.





Join the Palm Beach County Seminole Club for a reception in honor of the future Florida State University class of 2019.

The 2015 Seminole Send-Off will be held Wednesday, May 27, from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Embassy Suites in West Palm Beach.

This is an opportunity for parents and students to hear from others who have walked in their shoes, as well as to ask questions about what to expect of life in Tallahassee.

Advance registration is required by Friday, May 22.

For more information or to register, contact David Brobst at david.brobst@pbnoles.com or call 561-232-4243.





Legendary former Florida State head coach Bobby Bowden is returning to Palm Beach County for the 2015 Seminole Boosters Spring Tour.

Join the Palm Beach County Seminole Club and Seminole Boosters for a special luncheon with Bobby and friends Thursday, April 23, at E.R. Bradley's Saloon in downtown West Palm Beach.

Hear from Bobby as he shares stories of his past successes at FSU and future endeavors. There will also be prizes, including a chance to win autographed memorabilia and get your photograph taken with Bobby.

A $50 per person donation is being asked to attend the luncheon buffet. For sponsorship opportunities or to register in advance, click here.




Mark your calendars for the fifth annual Clematis Street Pub Crawl on Saturday, March 21.

This year's cost is $20 in advance or $25 at the door. All those who participate in the Seminole Service Day event will receive a $5 discount.

Registration begins at O'Shea's Irish Pub at 5 p.m. and the festivities begin at 6 p.m. Stops along the way include Longboards, Roxy's, The Alchemist, our official game-watching site, Grease Burger Bar, and Bar Louie.

All participants will receive an official pub crawl T-shirt and a list of all the specials at registration.

In an effort to attract Seminoles from Boca Raton to Tequesta, the Palm Beach County Seminole Club has secured a block of rooms at the recently opened Residence Inn on Hibiscus Street. A limited number of rooms are being offered at a discounted rate of $179 plus tax. To make a reservation, click here to book your room on or before March 6.

Advanced registration is now available by using the following link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/clematis-street-pub-crawl-tickets-15842437156

Please indicate what size shirt you'd like to wear by emailing mailto:events@pbnoles.com.



Join your fellow Palm Beach County Seminoles for the fourth annual Seminole Service Day event on Saturday, March 21.

This year the Palm Beach County Seminole Club is partnering with the Loggerhead Marinelife Center for a beach clean up in Juno Beach.

The beach clean up is from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.

All participants are asked to arrive at the back gate for registration and instructions. Just bring a bucket to collect the trash and we'll supply the rest.

Be sure to wear comfortable clothing and shoes that you don't mind getting in the sand. You may want to pack some sunscreen for protection from that South Florida sunshine.

Please RSVP by March 15 to communityservice@pbnoles.com

All participants will receive a $5 discount on admission to the Clematis Street Pub Crawl that evening.







The Seminoles put their winning streak on the line in their first-ever meeting with Oregon in the Rose Bowl at 5 p.m. on New Year's Day. A victory against the Ducks would propel Florida State to the inaugural College Football Playoff National Championship in Arlington, Texas.

Join your fellow Palm Beach County Seminoles at either of our two official FSU football game-watching locations -- Grease Burger Bar on Clematis Street in downtown West Palm Beach and Mellow Mushroom off Atlantic Avenue in downtown Delray Beach.

Grease will offer a 25% discount and $2 touchdown shots, while Mellow Mushroom will offer a 15% discount on food and various drink specials to all those wearing garnet and gold. There will also be door prizes for the chance to win FSU football tickets. All fans are encouraged to arrive early as seating is limited.





The Seminoles are just one win away from playing for another national championship in the inaugural College Football Playoff. To do so, second-ranked Florida State, winners of 28 consecutive games, must defeat No. 12 Georgia Tech in the Atlantic Coast Conference Championship in Charlotte, N.C., this Saturday at 8 p.m.

FSU last met the Yellow Jackets in the 2012 ACC Championship, which the Seminoles won 21-15.

Join your fellow Palm Beach County Seminoles at either of our two official FSU football game-watching locations -- Grease Burger Bar on Clematis Street in downtown West Palm Beach and Mellow Mushroom off Atlantic Avenue in downtown Delray Beach.

Grease will offer a 25% discount and $2 touchdown shots, while Mellow Mushroom will offer a 15% discount on food and various drink specials to all those wearing garnet and gold. There will also be door prizes for the chance to win FSU football tickets.

Saturday's prizes include 2013 national championship memorabilia.

Proceeds from your donations benefit the Palm Beach County Seminole Club scholarship fund, which provides two scholarships each year to Palm Beach State College graduates who have chosen to continue their education at FSU.

All fans are encouraged to arrive early as there is no reserved seating.