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The Palm Beach Show, formally the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art and Antique Show is coming back for another year. The show is in its 17th year and this year, the show has a new name. The Palm Beach Show will be taking over downtown West Palm Beach this February 13th through February 18th.

The Palm Beach Show is the largest show in its kind and one of the top cultural events in Palm Beach County. The prestigious art fair features international exhibitors displaying fine works of art from around the world, prestigious jewelry, fine artwork, beautiful antique pieces and much more.

The show draws tens of thousands of museum curators, private collectors, investors and high-end interior designers so grab your tickets before they sell out. Click here to purchase

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The Royal Poinciana Plaza and the Young Friends of the Historical Society of Palm Beach County invite everyone to attend The Coconut Carnival this Saturday February 8th.

The Coconut Festival will feature thousands of coconuts donated, arts and crafts by Rhythm and Hues, a Pirate Ship Avenger, Exhibits, Treasure Hunts, Live Music, Food, a live Flamenco Performance, live Coconut cracking and much more.

The Historical Society of Palm Beach County is a non-profit organization whose mission is to preserve, collect, and share history of Palm Beach County in schools and the community. All proceeds from the event benefit the Historical Society of Palm Beach County.

The event is from 10 am to 7 pm on Saturday, February 8th at the Royal Poinciana Plaza’s West

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The West Courtyard of The Royal Poinciana Plaza transforms into an outdoor fitness series every Saturday morning.

Every Saturday morning the class is different and rotates between the community fitness partners, Squeeze Pilates Palm Beach, Belles Total Body and Liv Fitness. The next complimentary outdoor Wellness Series class is this Saturday, January 11th.

The Vinyasa Flow Yoga class will be led and taught by Squeeze Pilates Palm Beach in the West Courtyard of the outdoor shopping and lifestyle center. The class begins at 9:30 am and you are asked to bring your own fitness mat. Every week the classes rotate.

Before and after the outdoor fitness session, several shops and restaurants in the plaza have special deals for those who participate in the

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Two restaurants in Palm Beach County have made the list of the “Top 100 Restaurants in America” List for 2019. Palm Beach County was the only county in Florida to have two restaurants make the list.

OpenTable, the online reservation making, and review website conducted a survey which included 27 states. The newly released list includes Palm Beach Island’s Buccan and Krave located in Tequesta. The two local favorites are among 7 restaurants in Florida that have made the list.

Buccan is a local favorite bistro with head Chef Clay Conley that has been added to the list once again. Buccan is a high-end bistro featuring American cuisine mixed with some of the freshest ingredients from the very best sources. Buccan features small plates with big flavors and

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There is nothing quite like ringing in the New Year with friends and family. Luckily for us, several restaurants, hotels and venues in Palm Beach County are hosting plenty of New Year’s Eve events for everyone to attend.

Here is our list of some of the best New Year’s Eve events.

The Chesterfield Palm Beach will ring in the New Year with its second annual Gala Dinner in the iconic Leopard Lounge. Come and enjoy cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, a seated dinner with live entertainment, music, dancing and a Champagne toast. Reservations are required and cost $350 dollars per person. For reservations call 561-659-5800.

The Breakers Hotel is hosting three events this New Year’s Eve. Come and enjoy New Year’s Eve Dinner at the Flagler Steakhouse. The dinner will

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Change up your typical routine and head over to Ghosts of Palm Beach Walking Tours, 172 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach.  Experience something different with an interesting evening of ghost tales and historical reports all while strolling along Worth Avenue. Listen to scary stories and scandalous tales while visiting haunted places.  

Some of the apparitions allegedly spotted by the Palm Beach ghost-hunters have been John F. Kennedy, Judy Garland and Michael Jackson.  If you dare participate, hear about the ghosts of Louis Vuitton, Chanel, and Henry Flagler. During 90-minute Ghosts of Palm Beach walking tours, visitors learn about these and other spirits who have been sighted haunting the city. Throughout the one-mile tour the guide shares phantom tales,

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Celebrate the holidays in style this year with Holiday Tea at the iconic Palm Beach Breaker’s Hotel.

The Holiday Tea will be served in the Henry Morrison Flagler room, named after the resort’s founder and key figure in the development of Palm Beach and Florida’s Atlantic Coast.

The afternoon Holiday Tea will also be serving handcrafted tea sandwiches, warm buttermilk scones, rose petal jam, delicates pastries, as well as a curated selected of teas. The menu will also feature specialty cocktails and other special items.

Holiday Tea at The Breaker’s Hotel is $75 dollars per person and is only on a select number of days during the month of December.

Reservations can be made by calling 877-724-3188.

Holiday Tea will be served on from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm on:

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Come and celebrate the Palm Beach lifestyle at the Lilly Pulitzer’s Beach Bash that helps support and benefit the Sea Turtle Hospital at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center.

The Loggerhead Marinelife Center and the friends at Lilly Pulitzer have partnered together for the ultimate Beach Bash party. The annual Beach Bash is now its 14th year and is one of Lilly Pulitzer’s largest annual charity event.

The theme this year is Squeeze the Day, because the fashion brand Lilly Pulitzer once started as a juice stand. The bright and colorful patterned outfits and designs were founded by the former Palm Beach resident Lilly Pulitzer in 1959. The Pulitzer family owned several Florida citrus orange groves and Lilly opened a juice stand on Worth Avenue in Palm Beach.

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The Worth Avenue Association and The Town of Palm Beach are partnering together to host the Palm Beach Concours Car Show this weekend.

The Classic Car Show is this Sunday, December 8th from 11 am to 2 pm. The Car Show is taking place on the iconic Worth Avenue from the 100 block to the 300 block. The free community event will showcase the iconic shopping destination of Worth Avenue with high-end and luxury automobiles. The cars featured in the show cover everything from classics to exotics cars.

The cars in the show will be judged based on the vehicle’s exterior, vehicle’s interior, vehicle’s engine bay, and the vehicle’s overall aesthetics. Eased category is a set of points totaling 100 points for a perfect score.

The event is free to attend, and all are

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The Worth Avenue Association is continuing its tradition of hosting a Historical Walking Tours of Worth Avenue and Palm Beach every Wednesday morning starting this December.

Palm Beach Historian and Tour Leader Rick Ross leads a very informative and fun tour every week. The tour begins at 11 am at 256 Via Amore in the courtyard fountain. Via Amore is across from Tiffany and Co and Chanel just off of Worth Avenue. The historical tours last approximately 75 minutes and covers everything from the history of Worth Avenue, the architectural importance, the influence of world fashion, the Palm Beach social scene, America’s first resort destination during the Gilded Age and more.

The tour cost $10 dollars per person and the tour benefits the Worth Avenue

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