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The city of West Palm Beach is hosting their 10th Annual Downtown Art Festival this Saturday and Sunday. The Art Festival will be a socially distanced outdoor art show.

Rows of tents arranged gallery style will line the streets and be filled with life size sculptures, paintings, one of a kind jewelry, photography, ceramics, and much more. The art festival will feature works of art and paintings from local and national artists who will be onsite to discuss their inspirations and process for each work of art.

The Downtown West Palm Beach Art Festival is a family friendly event and pets are welcomed on leashes. The festival is free to attend with vendors purchases. Special health and safety measures are in place for this weekend’s festival that

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The Grand Court of The Gardens Mall has recently transformed into a Holiday Wonderland. The month-long festivities is part of their Holiday Wander at The Gardens Mall event.

Holiday Wander is an interactive imagination, interactive holiday scenes, arts and crafts, a custom coloring book mural, wander through the rows of candy cane swirls, see the view from Santa’s rooftop, or go inside a giant snow globe. Holiday Wander is located on the lower level of the mall near Saks Fifth Avenue.

Holiday Wander will be open every Wednesday through Saturday through Christmas Eve from 12 pm to 8 pm and Sunday during the regular mall hours.

While at The Gardens Mall stop by the Center Court of the mall near Macy’s and visit with Santa Claus and The North Pole.

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Holiday activities are starting to begin in Palm Beach County. With Thanksgiving behind us, the Downtown Palm Beach Gardens is preparing for their Holiday Light Show. The lifestyle and retail destination kicked off the holiday season with a daily Light Show that is set to the rhythm of classic holiday tunes along the waterfront.

The Holiday Light Show will take place starting Friday, November 27th through December 31st from 6 pm to 9 pm. The lifestyle and retail destination is hosting Christmas Carolers from 6 pm to 7:30 pm in the Centre Court. The Carolers will be singing holiday songs starting every Friday and Saturday night starting Saturday, November 28th through December 19th.

In addition, Downtown Palm Beach Gardens beginning Friday, December

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Starting this Saturday, the Center Court of The Gardens Mall will look a little like The North Pole. This weekend, Santa and his helper Elves are taking over the center of the mall to bring some holiday cheer.

The annual visit with Santa Claus will look a little different this year. The Gardens Mall plans to let you “Whisper your wishes to Jolly Old Saint Nick” starting on Saturday, November 21st during regular mall hours.

In order to adhere to the current safety and health regulations, The Gardens Mall and Santa Claus have a set rules and guidelines they would like everyone to follow.

Things To Know Before Seeing Santa Claus:

  • Santa Claus and his helper Elves will be at the mall during normal business hours through Christmas Eve.
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Deck The Palms Boutique Holiday Market is back again for the 12th year and is happening this weekend at the Palm Beach Outlets. This year, the event will take place entirely outside.

Deck The Palms Market is an event put on by the Junior League of the Palm Beaches and this event is the largest fundraising event for the league. Every year the market is attended by thousands of people looking to find the perfect holiday gift or treat themselves to something nice. The market brings together over 100 local and international artisans, jewelers, specialty gifts, culinary vendors, small business, and non-profit organizations.  The holiday market is a one-stop shopping event and 100% of the proceeds benefit the community projects of the Junior League of the

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The Mounts Botanical Gardens is hosting their annual Plant A Palooza plant sale this Saturday and Sunday. The event was supposed to be last weekend but was postponed due to the weather. Plant A Palooza will be the first event at the Gardens since the spring.

An estimated 40 vendors are expected to be onsite offering a wide range of plants, trees, shrubs, garden furniture and accessories, fine crafts, and much more spread out throughout the Garden. The Nursey and Vintage Thrift Shop will be open with a great variety of unique treasures and a variety of plants for your garden and home.

Plant A Palooza Details

When: Saturday, November 14th and Sunday, November 15th

Time: 9 am to 4 pm on Saturday, and 9 am to 3 pm on Sunday

Location: Mounts

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The start of the weekend is less than two days away and what better way to spend your weekend is exploring new places and trying new events at Jupiter’s Harbourside Place.  Currently the forecast in Jupiter this upcoming weekend is the temperature in the low 80s with little chance of rain.

This weekend, head to Harbourside Place in Jupiter for a list of fun events and something for everyone to enjoy.

Harbourside Place Events:

Saturday, November 14th

Pontiki Family and Friends Cruise: Gathers some friends and family and hop on Jupiter’s party boat and enjoy a cruise up and down the intracoastal. The Family and Friends cruise departs from Harbourside Place at 10 am. For details click here.

Kids Yoga Class: All levels of yoga are welcomed to

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The Downtown Palm Beach Gardens hosts a free outdoor concert every Friday and Saturday nights.

The free weekly outdoor concert is held in the Center Court of the shopping and lifestyle center. The musical lineup features regional and local bands performing the latest hits. The bands play everything from country, classic rock, pop, jazz, oldies, blues, R&B, and everything in between.

Before or after the concert, make sure to check out one of the several restaurants located at the Downtown for something to eat. Restaurants includes The Cheesecake Factory, Grimaldi’s Coal Brick Oven Pizza, The Yard House, Avocado Cantina, Texas de Brazil, Sloan’s Ice Cream Shop, and Le Bouchon.

The concerts start at 6:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. in the Center Court of the

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Palm Beach conjures up vivid images of beautiful beaches, extravagant shopping, sprawling mansions, beautiful people, and historic architecture, but it would not be as iconic without John Volk’s architecture. Volk is one of Palm Beach’s premier “Society Architects”.  He is the architect behind some of Palm Beach’s most notable landmarks including the Royal Poinciana Plaza, the Beach Club, and the 1944 renovation of the Bath and Tennis Club.  Volk also designed homes for such notable families as Ford, Dodge, DuPont, Pulitzer, and Vanderbilt.

The Royal Poinciana Plaza is classic John Volk architecture, and is a charming example of his signature Palm Beach style. Built in the late 1950s, today the property stands a landmarked property. Arranged around two

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On weekends throughout Palm Beach County, several local green markets set up to display their local produce, homemade goods, crafts, jewelry, fresh flowers, cheeses, breads, pastries, and more. The markets are brought together by the local cities and towns to help support our local growers and farmers. The Green Markets occur rain or shine.

Check out some of the local Green Markets in our area this weekend.

West Palm Beach GreenMarket: Features more than 90 vendors along the water in downtown West Palm Beach. The GreenMarket returned for the 26th season on Saturday, October 3rd through April 2021 from 9 am to 1 pm.

Royal Palm Beach Green Market and Bazaar: Opened Saturday, October 10th and will continue every Saturday until April 2021 from 9 am

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