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Posted by zzz - Lorea Thomson on Monday, September 8th, 2014 at 1:08pm.


Around town many cultural arts organizations, programs and amenities are offered. Arts and culture play an important role in improving lives of people.  It is that social impact that leads to an economic impact on society.  It mobilizes communities and turns neighborhoods into places of interest.

The Maltz Jupiter Theatre is Florida’s largest professional award winning regional theatre offering Broadway caliber productions and events.  The 2014-15 season promises a fantastic lineup of family entertainment, blockbuster musicals, comedies and dramas.  Visit www.MaltzJupiterTheatre.org for the online box office.

Norton Museum of Art will reopen September 23 after reinstallations.  Three wonderful exhibitions will be featured.  “PLAY!”  features the incredible work of Chagall’s “The Red Horse”, Edouard Manet and many other artists addressing various forms of play.  “WHEELS and HEELS: THE BIG NOISE AROUND LITTLE TOYS”  exhibition takes an artistic look at miniature cars and Barbie dolls. The third exhibit is the “MASTERPIECE of the MONTH” which spotlights a rarely seen piece exhibited publicly.  Please visit www.Norton.org  for more information.

Kravis Center for the Performing Arts offers something for everyone with diverse performances scheduled for the 2014-2015 season.  Announced to perform “every discipline from rock to pop to classical, from Broadway to Hollywood, from the TV screen to many of the world’s hottest and nightclubs and most impressive concert stages.  Our upcoming season will be particularly exciting” according to Judith Mitchell, Chief Executive Officer of the Kravis Center.  Please visit the www.kravis.org for upcoming shows.

The Historical Society of Palm Beach County Museum opened in 2008 and it enriches lives of people by making area history interesting and assessable.   The museum has a rotating temporary exhibit and two permanent exhibits on display.  For directions and hours of operations, please visit The Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum.

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