Ultimate List of WPB Events – Jan 30th – Feb 4th

Ultimate List of WPB Events – Jan 30th – Feb 4th

Tuesday, January 30

Visions of Florida: The Photographic Art of Clyde Butcher at Historical Society of Palm Beach County

through Wednesday, January 31

Discover an undisturbed paradise that is rapidly disappearing. Through the eyes of one of America’s finest landscape photographers, journey into the realm of natural Florida, a world seldom seen by either tourists or longtime residents. This exhibition in the third-floor courtroom gallery will feature 24 large images with introductory panels and a video presentation on loan from the Museum of Florida History. The Historical Society of Palm Beach County & The Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum is located at 300 N. Dixie Hwy. For more information, visit www.hspbc.org.

Ben MacIntyre at The Society of the Four Arts

Get a glimpse of how the Special Forces world started, and discover the little-known story of the brave unit that changed the nature of war. The lecture begins at 3 p.m. General seating is $35. The Society of the Four Arts is located at 2 Four Arts Plaza. For more information, visit www.fourarts.org.

$25 Tuesday: Angel Fishy

This class will be held at 7 p.m. at 510 Evernia Street. $20 Tuesday only applies to online registration. Cost at the door will be the regular $25. Choose your own colors. This class will last between 1 1/2 and 2 1/2 hours. Reservations are highly recommended. Once you arrive to the studio, seating is first come first serve, so please arrive early for check in. This painting will be taught on a 16×20. No promo codes can be used on $20 Tuesday classes. Evening classes are designed for ages 14 and up. All of our classes are BYOB, so feel free to bring your favorite drinks and food! For more information, visit http://www.uptownart.com/.

The Chamber Music Society of Palm Beach presents the Young Artist Series

The Chamber Music Society of Palm Beach presents the Young Artist Series with Danbi Um, Juho Pohjonen, and Karim Sulayman, January 30 at 7 p.m. The performance takes place at Rosarian Academy, 807 N. Flagler Drive. For more information, call 561.379.6773, email info@cmspb.org, or visit www.cmspb.org.

Live Tunes Tuesday at The Blind Monk

Folk-musician Micah Scott joins The Blind Monk for an evening of live tunes from 8 – 11 p.m. The Blind Monk is located at 410 Evernia St. For more information, visit www.theblindmonk.com.

8 Ball Pool Tournament at Lost Weekend

Head to Lost Weekend every Tuesday night for the $100 cash prize Double Elimination 8 Ball Tournament! Lost Weekend is located at 526 Clematis St. For more information, visit www.sub-culture.org.

Kapow Disco Dim Sum Tuesdays

Every Tuesday, join Kapow Noodle Bar for “Disco Dim Sum” Tuesdays. $1 TY KU Sake side cars $2 Crispy Mushroom Buns & Mongolian Short Rib Buns $3 Sapporo Draft, Ahi Tuna, Skirt Steak and Salmon Tartare Tacos. Music by DJ Selecta Steve kicks off at 7 p.m. with him spinning Funk, Soulful Grooves and classic Hip Hop. Kapow Noodle Bar is located at 519 Clematis St. For more information, call (561)246-3827.

Paul Anka at Kravis Center for the Performing Arts

Versatile vocalist Paul Anka returns with classic favorites, such as Diana and Puppy Love, and new versions of modern hits. His two most recent albums, Rock Swings and Classic Songs, My Way, feature Anka’s take on Bon Jovi’s It’s My Life, Soundgarden’s Black Hole Sun, Eric Clapton’s Tears in Heaven and more. From his first hits in the ’50s to co-writing Michael Jackson’s This Is It, released in 2009, the Canadian-born singer/songwriter continues to soar. Tickets start at $35. The show starts at 8 p.m. The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts is located at 701 Okeechobee Boulevard. For more information, visit www.kravis.org or call 561.832.7469.

Wednesday, January 31

Center Stage at Dreyfoos School of the Arts

Join the Dreyfoos School of the Arts Foundation for an evening of spectacular student performances and pieces from each of Dreyfoos’ six art areas. General seating is $60 and premier seating is $100. Enjoy dinner by the bite, performances and a Meet the Artists reception with coffee and desserts. The event starts at 6:30 p.m. Dreyfoos School of the Arts is located at 501 S. Sapodilla Ave. For tickets and more information, visit www.soafi.org.

New York Philharmonic String Quartet at The Society of the Four Arts

Making its U.S. tour debut, the New York Philharmonic String Quartet is comprised of the four principal string players from one of the greatest orchestras in the world. Concertmaster Frank Huang, principal associate concertmaster Sheryl Staples, principal viola Cynthia Phelps, and principal cello Carter Brey will perform Beethoven’s “Quartet in C minor, Op. 18, No. 4,” Dvořák’s “Quartet in F Major, Op. 96, ‘American,’” and Mendelssohn’s “Quartet in F minor, Op. 80.” Tickets are $40 for balcony and $45 for orchestra. The performance begins at 7:30 p.m. The Society of the Four Arts is located at 2 Four Arts Plaza. For more information, visit www.fourarts.org.

Join us the last Wednesday of every month to workout for free with Fitness Hub Activewear Boutique on the Plaza.

Wednesday, January 31
Class: 6pm to 7pm
Bring your own water bottle.

Arrive early to register with Fitness Hub Activewear Boutique on the Plaza. Enjoy music, giveaways and fitness tips!

Lunch on the Shore

No lunch plans. No problem! Now thru February 2018, bring your friends and co-workers to Flagler Shore every Wednesday for “Lunch on the Shore”. From 12-2 p.m., bring your own lunch or pre-order food from our downtown restaurants to have it delivered at Flagler Shore through Delivery Dudes, Cravy and UberEats. There will also be 3 to 4 food trucks on the south end, located at 501 S. Flagler, for you to sample from. Come enjoy our beautiful downtown and connect with the shore.

Lunch Walk at Flagler Shore

Walking is one of the simplest, safest, least expensive and most effective forms of exercise, but it can be hard to find time in your busy schedule to participate in physical activity. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday participate in a lunch walk starting at Run and Roll and walking along Flagler Shore. Meetup at noon and start walking at 12:05 p.m. For more information, contact Run and Roll at 561-650-1200.

Raclette Night at Pistache French Bistro

Join Pistache for its very first Raclette Night on Wednesday, January 31! Chef Isaac Cerny will be preparing the traditional cheese to be served table side, a top your favorite pairings of potatoes, charcuterie & cornichons or vegetable sides. Transport yourself to the French Alps, and indulge in this perfect winter tradition! Pistache French Bistro is located at 101 N. Clematis St. For more information, visit www.pistachewpb.com.

Pedal/Run/Walk with Purpose at Flagler Shore

Come out and enjoy the evening after work on the last Wednesday of the month. Need a quick workout? Bring your running shoes or bike to meet up with friends and community members. Not an athlete, not a problem! Enjoy a nice stroll through Flagler Shore and enjoy the food truck line up. There’s fun in store each time on this themed bike ride, runs and walks. Meetup will take place at 6 p.m. at Datura & Flagler Intersection and ride will commence at 6:10 p.m. to a secret location. Scenic ride through Downtown West Palm Beach will conclude at 7 p.m. on Flagler Shore where attendees can enjoy food trucks, music, or simply stay and relax with everyone on the Shore. For more information, visit www.DowntownWPB.com.

Ladies Only Pool Tournament & Retro Ladies Night at Lost Weekend

Come out to Lost Weekend every Wednesday night for the $100 cash ladies only pool tournament! Ladies drink free from 10 p.m. to midnight. Lost Weekend is located at 526 Clematis St. For more information, visit www.sub-culture.org.

Social Media Trends for 2018 Seminar

Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches
401 N Flagler Dr, West Palm Beach, Florida 33401

The world of social media is constantly changing and your ability to adapt to the latest developments is crucial for business success. Discover big trends that will have an impact on social media in 2018.

In this training you, you will learn:
-The power of video marketing
-How to market to Millennials
-How to market to Generation Z (newest labor force)
-How to use ephemeral content
-The rise of messaging platforms
-The impact of Inbound Marketing

Speaker: Jennifer Hampton, SV.Agency

More information here

Thursday, February 1

Acoustic Asana

Hosted by Elizabeth Ave Station and Acoustic Asana

6 PM – 7 PM

Acoustic Asana is a South Florida based live electronic music set and yoga class.

Join us from 6-7 for some good vibrations as we sequence a Hatha yoga flow to a live electronic music performance.

We will be bringing out the led lights and the yoga grooves for an hour of movement.

Hosted by Acoustic Asana
Live Electronic Music by Casey Luden of Guavatron
Crystal Singing Bowl Meditation

Tickets: $7 in advance, $10 at the door

Clematis By Night Firefighter Chili Cook Off

100 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33401

6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Sample Palm Beach County’s tastiest chili at the Clematis by Night Firefighter Chili Cook Off. Area fire departments, restaurants and sponsors join City of West Palm Beach Fire Rescue to satisfy your chili fix with five star tastings for only $10 while it lasts. Plus, cast your vote for Palm Beach County’s Champion Chili!

HEADLINER: Adam Doleac / Country
Recently named one of Pandora’s 2018 Country Artists to Watch, Adam Doleac has played nearly 400 shows the last two years. Adam has penned upwards of 200 songs, has written hits for country superstars Kane Brown and Darius Rucker and many others have put holds on some of his compositions, including Kenny Chesney, Rascal Flatts, Justin Moore and David Nail. Adam released his self-titled, debut EP on June 16th, 2017. The EP was recorded in Nashville, produced by Lindsay Rimes and features 6 tracks co-written by Adam, including his single “Whiskey’s Fine.”

OPENER: Liddy Clark / Country
Liddy Clark is a singer/songwriter who forges a fresh, new path in country music with keep-it- real lyrics and trailblazing sonic landscapes. Her music blends a world-wide-open youthfulness and “ain’t-scared” attitude, topped-off with a definitive hallmark vocal that has led to over 500,000 social media followers. “These songs chart the journey I’ve experienced over the past few years; including loss, love and trying to be yourself in a world where it’s sometimes easier to live on someone else’s terms.” Says the young songwriter, “I think a lot of young people can relate to being pushed around, and I certainly have had my share of challenges. With my music, I want to draw a line in the sand and promote being yourself.” – Liddy Clark

Richard Brookhiser at The Society of the Four Arts

Head to the Society of the Four Arts for a lecture by Richard Brookhiser at 10 a.m. The lecture is part of The Founders & Us lecture series. Tickets for the series are $200. The Society of the Four Arts is located at 2 Four Arts Plaza. For more information, visit www.fourarts.org.

Cuban Flora in Remote Areas with Jorge Sánchez at The Society of the Four Arts

Renowned landscape gardener Jorge Sánchez will present an illustrated lecture on plants found in the western mountain regions of Cuba, specifically in the province of Pinar del Rio. The lecture starts at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $10. The Society of the Four Arts is located at 2 Four Arts Plaza. For more information, visit www.fourarts.org.

Art After Dark: Museum in the Garden

Join the Norton Museum for another Art After Dark! The night begins with viewing the Wick Theatre and Costume Museum’s Costume World Broadway Collection. Then, see Spotlight Talks: Balancing Acts. The night continues with Edgar Degas’ Dancer Looking at the Sole of her Right Foot. The Unorthodox Trio performs jazz and Latin standards. Neil Bancroft of Foster and Partners and Kona Gray of EDSA present the New Norton’s acclaimed garden design. The event is from 5-9 p.m. and admission is free. The Norton Museum of Art is located at 1451 S. Olive Ave. For more information, visit www.norton.org.

$30 Thursday: Blowing Red Tree by Matt Hamblen

Choose your own colors. This class starts at 6:30 and will last between 2 1/2 and 3 hours. Seating is first come first serve, so please arrive early for check-in. This class will be held at 510 Evernia Street and taught on a 16×20 canvas. This painting is licensed by Matt Hamblen however Matt Hamblen will not be teaching this class. Evening classes are designed for ages 14 and up. All of our classes are BYOB, so feel free to bring your favorite drinks and food! For more information, visit http://www.uptownart.com/.

Prestage Brothers with The Firewater Tent Revival at Voltaire

Prestage Brothers and The Firewater Tent Revival perform at Voltaire starting at 8 p.m. Voltaire is located at 526 Clematis St. For more information, visit www.sub-culture.org.

Friday, February 2

Visiting Master Artist Lecture: Jewelry by C. James Meyer at Armory Art Center

Join us for a lecture by Visiting Master Artists in Jewelry, C. James Meyer. C. James Meyer is Professor Emeritus at Virginia Commonwealth University where he was head of the metal and jewelry program. He currently maintains a studio and continues to teach part time. This includes teaching in the University of Georgia Studies Abroad Program in Cortona, Italy, and conducting workshops at the Penland School of Crafts, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Peters Valley School of Crafts, and Touchstone Center for Craft. The lecture begins at 12:45 p.m. Armory Art Center is located at 811 Park Place. For more information, visit www.armoryart.org.

Historical Walking Tour at Historical Society of Palm Beach

Take a step back in time on our Historical Walking Tours! The HSPBC hosts Downtown West Palm Beach History Strolls led by architect and historian Rick Gonzalez of REG Architects. The 90-minute guided tour showcases the evolution of the city’s buildings and landmarks, including a historical overview of urban design through recent area development. The tours have been organized each season since the development of CityPlace in West Palm Beach. 4 p.m. Friday tours begin at the second-floor entrance to the historic 1916 Courthouse, 300 N Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach. The tour fee is $10 per person with reservations required. Tours are rain or shine. For more information, visit www.hspbc.org or call 561.832.4164 ext. 2.

SoundBite presents Thoughts, Bitter Blue Jays, PJ Aviles and Del Pelson at Voltaire

Enjoy sensational live performances and specialty drinks & brews at Voltaire. SoundBite Magazine hosts a night showcasing South Florida and Palm Beach’s local artists and photographers. Doors open at 8 p.m. $5 cover. Voltaire is located at 526 Clematis St. For more information, visit www.sub-culture.org.

From Haydn to Oblivion and Bach at Palm Beach Atlantic University

From Haydn to Oblivion and Bach, will be performed by highly acclaimed violinist Jamie Buswell and cellist Carol Ou with the Camerata Vizcaya on Feb. 2 at 7:30 p.m. in Helen K. Persson Recital Hall in Vera Lea Rinker Hall. This is a free event and no tickets are required. Vera Lea Rinker Hall is located at 326 Acacia Rd. For more information, visit www.pba.edu.

The Broadway Babies Are Back! At Kravis Center for the Performing Arts

through Saturday, February 3rd

Cabaret legend, singer and musical director Eric Comstock, along with critically acclaimed vocalists Carole J. Bufford and Marissa Mulder channel Broadway legends performing the songs that made Broadway – Broadway! Journey through the Great White Way to the sounds of Porter, Berlin, Gershwin, Sondheim, Lerner & Loew, Coward, Hamlisch, Rodgers & Hart & Hammerstein, Harburg and Lane in this unforgettable, showstopping event! Tickets are $40. Show times are 1:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts is located at 701 Okeechobee Boulevard. For more information, visit www.kravis.org or call 561.832.7469.

On Golden Pond at Palm Beach Dramaworks

through Sunday, February 25th

Head to Palm Beach Dramaworks to see On Golden Pond. A retired couple’s solitude is interrupted when their daughter arrives with her fiancé and his son. Tickets start at $55. Show times are at 2 p.m., 7:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. Palm Beach Dramaworks is located at 201 Clematis St. For more information, visit www.palmbeachdramaworks.org.

Saturday, February 3

Breakfast with the Birds Hike

Grassy Waters Preserve, 8264 Northlake Blvd, West Palm Beach, FL 33412

Wake-up with a hiking adventure in the Everglades! Search for birds in the Kowechobe Restoration Area, an area of the Preserve not typically accessible to the public, during this easy- paced guided walk. Observe birds leaving their rookeries for the day and learn some identification tips as you act as a Citizen Scientist and help collect important bird survey research.

Wear closed-toe shoes and bring water, hat, and sunscreen.

Time: 7:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
Check-in 7:00 a.m. at Nature Center

Ages: 10and over (with participating adult)

Cost: $5 per person. Reservations required, space is limited. Please call the Nature Center at 561-804-4985

Saturday Historic Walking Tour at Historical Society of Palm Beach County

Explore downtown West Palm Beach’s history during an interactive Walking History Tour on the first and third Saturday, October through April! In partnership with the City of West Palm Beach Green Market, the 90-minute guided tour will start at 10 a.m. and be led by architect and historian Rick Gonzalez. The tours will highlight the evolution of downtown West Palm Beach buildings and landmarks. Tours begin “by the Banyan tree” on the north end of Clematis Street, 101 N. Clematis St., and end at the Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum, at 300 N. Dixie Hwy. Tickets are $10 per person and there is a minimum 10 reservations for the tour to take place. Visit www.hspbc.org for more information.

3rd Annual Bowling Fundraiser at Verdes Tropical

$20.00 (2 games and shoes) …. 5 players per team, per lane…… children 8 and under $10.00…….50/50 raffle…. Silent Auctions…. Giveaways….

When purchasing tickets online…. in the SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS box please type BOWLING 🎳! If you have a team, please list player’s names

Childsplay Theatre Go, Dog. Go! At Kravis Center for the Performing Arts

It’s canine chaos and a new leash on life lessons in Childsplay Theatre’s Go, Dog. Go! production of P.D. Eastman’s 1961 tale. Recommended for children pre-kindergarten through third grade, the one-hour pooch musical includes crazy cars, goofy hats, audience participation and a touch of vaudeville as six actors portraying Eastman’s memorable mutts hound one another and have a fetching good time. General admission is $12. The show starts at 10 a.m. The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts is located at 701 Okeechobee Boulevard. For more information, visit www.kravis.org or call 561.832.7469.

Salomé at The Society of the Four Arts

This charged retelling turns the infamous biblical tale on its head, placing the girl we call Salomé at the center of a revolution. Internationally acclaimed director Yaël Farber (“Les Blancs”) draws on multiple accounts to create her urgent, hypnotic production on the stage of the National Theatre. The show starts at 2 p.m. Tickets are $25. The Society of the Four Arts is located at 2 Four Arts Plaza. For more information, visit www.fourarts.org.

Made in WPB

Discover your inner crafter on the first Saturday of every month from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. now through February 3rd. One reusable custom bag or 200 bags per year? Resource Depot is activating a “live sewing bee booth” for the community to observe and potentially participate in. Stop by the Visitor Center Waterfront Kiosk and get a bag or make one with the Resource Depot. Be GREEN at Flagler Shore! Learn about how you can be part of the “Sew for Sustainability” project & be part of the Plastic Free movement! #ReuseRocks #Choose2Reuse #FlaglerShore

Palm Beach Plage at Flagler Shore

Bring your hammock, blankets and picnic baskets to this community picnic every first Sunday of the month at 5 p.m. It’s an informal, family-friendly gathering for you to enjoy. Bring some food and drinks, relax, and just savor the Flagler Shore and good company. There will be picnic tables, games, and more! Flagler Shore is located at 100 Flagler Dr. For more information, visit www.downtownwpb.com.

Jazz Saturday with The Susan Merritt Quartet at Wine Scene

Head to Wine Scene at 8 p.m. for a performance by The Susan Merritt Quartet. Wine Scene is located at 501 Fern St. For more information, visit www.winescenepb.com.

Yardij EP Release with King Complex and Space Ghost Coasts at Respectable Street

Local band Yardij will be releasing their New EP “Face Value” with King Complex and Space Coast Ghosts! The show starts at 10 p.m. Respectable Street is located at 518 Clematis St. For more information, visit www.sub-culture.org.

Manatee Lagoon’s ManateeFest 2018

Manatee Lagoon – An FPL Eco-Discovery Center™ will celebrate its second anniversary with its first-ever Manatee Lagoon’s ManateeFest 2018, featuring a line-up of fun family events over the Feb. 3-4 weekend.

Saturday, Feb. 3 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Sunday, Feb. 4 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

This event features FREE admission and parking. Food and beverages are available for purchase.

Visitors of all ages are invited to enjoy complimentary face painting, a photo experience featuring Mia the Manatee and a SEAsonal selfie station, a marine life-themed coloring station, an interactive H2O bus exhibit, facility tours and more.

Offerings include a Manatee Lagoon passport activity, where participants receive a passport booklet in which they complete fill-in-the-blank statements and receive stamps as they visit designated Manatee Lagoon’s ManateeFest 2018 stations to be eligible to claim a prize (limited supplies available).

Additionally, Manatee Lagoon will host a book signing with Robert Scott Thayer, author of the “Kobee Manatee” series of children’s publications, highlighting the marine adventures of Kobee the manatee.

9th Annual Great Charity Challenge

Welcome to the 9th Annual Great Charity Challenge presented by Fidelity Investments®.

We look forward to you joining us for an evening of philanthropy and Hollywood’s most iconic stars competing on behalf of an array of Palm Beach County charities for more that $1.5 million in prize money

 

Sunday, February 4

Live! At the Norton: Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney and the Music She Loved

Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney’s memoirs include notes on music that she enjoyed, from Strauss’s Salome to Gershwin’s popular songs. In this program, the singers of Operafusion – a group dedicated to expanding opera’s audience — share the music that inspired the sculptor a century ago. Tickets are $5 for members and $10 for non-members. The program begins at 3 p.m. The Norton Museum of Art is located at 1451 S. Olive Ave. For more information, visit www.norton.org.

St. Lawrence String Quartet at The Society of the Four Arts

The St. Lawrence String Quartet is renowned for the intensity of its performances, its breadth of repertoire, and its commitment to concert experiences that are at once intellectually exciting and emotionally alive. In their recent “Haydn Discovery” programs the Quartet explores and unpacks the Hyden’s string quartets from various perspectives and then performs the works in their entirety. The performance starts at 3 p.m. Tickets are $20. The Society of the Four Arts is located at 2 Four Arts Plaza. For more information, visit www.fourarts.org.

Roxy’s Annual Super Bowl Block Party

2 PM to Feb 5 at 12 AM

309 Clematis St, West Palm Beach, Florida 33401

It’s game time and you know what that means?! Roxy’s Pub Annual Block Party! Come watch the game on a HUGE LCD screen with FULL dynmaic sound! Tons of giveaways, games, entertainment, music by DJ JayR, and more!!

Super Bowl LII at Grease Burger, Beer and Whiskey Bar

Join Grease Burger for Super Bowl LII with THE MOST TVs in Downtown West Palm, Game Sound ON and $.75 Wings, $2.50 Sliders, Beer Bucket Specials and $5 Monkey in Paradise Cocktails. Grease is located at 213 Clematis St. For more information, visit www.greasewpb.com.

Super Chili Bowl Cookoff at the PB Sailing Club!

6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Are you a TOP CHEF hiding behind the facade of a salty sailor? Then wait no longer to wow us with your best chili recipe!

NFL Superbowl LII Kickoff is @ 6:30PM. Come watch the game and enjoy the best chili around with your PBSC family.

O’Shea’s Super Bowl Sunday Party

6:30 PM – 11 PM

Super Bowl Sunday is finally here! Join us at O’Shea’s Pub to watch it all go down!

Whether you are inside the pub or outside in the courtyard, O’Shea’s is the place to be to enjoy the game! We will have our projector screens ready to go out back.

We are offering $8 Coors Light pitchers, and $22 for a bucket of any beers and a plate of wings! Plus get a platter of 60-80 wings to-go!

The Big Game Party at WPBrewery

5 PM – 11 PM

West Palm Brewery is having a ticketed party for The Big Game on Feb. 4th. Come watch the Patriots vs the Eagles at our brewery!

To attend, you must purchase a ticket for $40. One ticket per person. Ticket includes 4 drinks of select beers and wines. After 4 included drinks, you are welcome to purchase more.

The ticket also includes a variety of food, buffet style, by Chef Andrew: Pizzas, Wings and Sandwiches!

Tickets will go on sale online Friday, Jan 26th through Eventbrite, and the link will be posted here. Tickets are limited, so make sure to buy one when they go on sale. Once the tickets are sold, we will not allow any extra guests.

We will not be open to the public the day of The Big Game, except for those who have purchased tickets, from 4-11pm. We hope to see you there!

Patriots vs. Eagles Super Bowl Watch Party at Dorrian’s Red Hand

Head to Dorrian’s Red Hand for Super Bowl Sunday starting at 5:30 p.m. Dorrian’s Red Hand is located at 215 Clematis St. For more information, visit www.dorrians-wpb.com.

 

The Anti-Bowl Party

Accomplice Brewery & Ciderworks
1023 N Florida Mango Rd, West Palm Beach, Florida 33409

Not into the big game neither are we. Come hangout at Accomplice instead

Ray’s Downtown: Mardis Gras 2 with Big Chief Brass Band at Voltaire

Head to Voltaire at 8 p.m. for Mardis Gras 2 with Chief Brass Band. Voltaire is located at 526 Clematis St. For more information, visit www.sub-culture.org.

Ultimate West Palm Beach events List for Jan 23 – 28

Ultimate West Palm Beach events List for Jan 23 – 28

This week’s events listing is sponsored by: South Florida Fair – January 12th – 28th

There is a lot happening any day of the week! Read my article to follow along with our trip this last weekend.

— Tuesday, January 23 —

Tuesdays 8 Ball Pool Tournament at Lost Weekend

Head to Lost Weekend every Tuesday night for the $100 cash prize Double Elimination 8 Ball Tournament! Lost Weekend is located at 526 Clematis St. For more information, visit www.sub-culture.org.

Ric Burns at The Society of the Four Arts

One of America’s preeminent documentary filmmakers, Ric Burns is a profoundly powerful storyteller whose thought-provoking and deeply poetic films have garnered a devoted following. The lecture begins at 3 p.m. Tickets are $35. The Society of the Four Arts is located at 2 Four Arts Plaza. For more information, visit www.fourarts.org.

Kapow Disco Dim Sum Tuesdays

Every Tuesday, join Kapow Noodle Bar for “Disco Dim Sum” Tuesdays. $1 TY KU Sake side cars $2 Crispy Mushroom Buns & Mongolian Short Rib Buns $3 Sapporo Draft, Ahi Tuna, Skirt Steak and Salmon Tartare Tacos. Music by DJ Selecta Steve kicks off at 7 p.m. with him spinning Funk, Soulful Grooves and classic Hip Hop. Kapow Noodle Bar is located at 519 Clematis St. For more information, call (561)246-3827.

$25 Tuesday: Beach Sunset with Turtle

This class will be held at 7 p.m. at 510 Evernia Street. $20 Tuesday only applies to online registration. Cost at the door will be the regular $25. Choose your own colors. This class will last between 1 1/2 and 2 1/2 hours. Reservations are highly recommended. Once you arrive to the studio, seating is first come first serve, so please arrive early for check in. This painting will be taught on a 16×20. No promo codes can be used on $20 Tuesday classes. Evening classes are designed for ages 14 and up. All of our classes are BYOB, so feel free to bring your favorite drinks and food! For more information, visit http://www.uptownart.com/.

Hermitage Piano Trio at Flagler Museum

Descending from the great Russian musical tradition, the Hermitage Piano Trio is distinguished by its exuberant musicality, interpretative range, and sumptuous sound. The Hermitage Piano Trio embodies the majesty of its Russian lineage while at the same time including in its immense repertoire works from the great European tradition to contemporary American commissions. The show begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $70. Flagler Museum is located at One Whitehall Way. For more information, visit www.flaglermuseum.us.

FOTOfusion
through Saturday, January 27

FOTOfusion, the popular cultural festival “where creativity and technology fuse,” attracts hundreds of professional and hobbyist photographers to West Palm Beach for five days of workshops, lectures, panel discussions, multimedia presentations, portfolio reviews, hands-on computer classes, demonstrations, and photo shoots taught by more than 60 world renowned photographers, digital imaging artists and picture editors – all of whom donate their time and expertise to educate, mentor and encourage creativity among participants of all levels and ages. For more information and a full schedule of events, please call (561)253-
2600 or visit www.fotofusion.org.

— Wednesday, January 24 —

 

January Breakfast 2018 – Mayor’s State of the City

Join us as Mayor Jeri Muoio for West Palm Beach Mayor reviews the past year’s successes and shares her vision for the City of West Palm Beach in her seventh State of the City address, presented by Good Samaritan Hospital. Free parking will be sponsored by Hedrick Brothers Construction. Courtesy of our host sponsor GL Homes arrive early and network with elected officials and other community leaders. Enjoy coffee sponsored by Aqua Marketing & Communications and a gift sponsored by Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith, PLLC.

Discount seats are available until 5pm, Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Members
$45 before the deadline
$50 after the deadline

Non-members
$55 before the deadline
$60 after the deadline

Using PR + Media Relations To Improve Your Business
Cityside Suites: Smart Office & Business Cafe

6 PM – 8:30 PM

Stellar Marketing and Business Solutions and West Palm Beach Social Media Marketing Meetup presents an event designed to connect like-minded professionals consisting of small business owners and entrepreneurs in social professional environments.

Join us Thursday, January 25, 2018 at Cityside Suites: Smart Office & Business Cafe for ‘Using PR + Media Relations To Improve Your Business’ presented by Nicole Denise of NDent Media, Inc.

There are many ways to use social media in your PR strategies. The purpose of PR is to have as much positive coverage on your company and as often as possible.

What attendees will learn:
+Public Relations vs. Media Relations 101
+Creating A Brand Story That Get’s Noticed
+Creating + Attracting Media Coverage For Your Brand
+Social Media Do’s + Don’ts
+Speaker Q & A

General Admission: $10 Purchase your tickets in advance. | Tickets will be avail. at the door for $15

Refreshments and drinks will be provided. Bring plenty of business cards.

KVL media | Happy Hour Headshots will be onsite offering guests a special discounted mini session for $50 (a $250 value).

About the Speaker:

Nicole Denise is a freelance writer, published author, journalist and life and brand coach with a mission to reconnect individuals with the power of their words. She believes that “the sum total of life is shaped by words spoken.” For this reason, Nicole Denise helps individuals—through books, programs, trainings and coaching—locate and channel their passions and unique voice into an influential cohesive message. Her other professional service offerings include copywriting, copyediting, ghostwriting and graphic design.

To learn more about Nicole Denise and her ventures visit www.nicoledenise.org.

Continuum
through Saturday, January 27

Continuum is a pop up multi-media art fair in the City of WPB during ArtPalmBeach Week exhibiting regional South Florida artists. The popup location is at 700 S Rosemary Ave. Suite 112. For more information, visit www.continuumwpbarts.com.

Lunch on the Shore

No lunch plans. No problem! Now thru February 2018, bring your friends and co-workers to Flagler Shore every Wednesday for “Lunch on the Shore”. From 12-2 p.m., bring your own lunch or pre-order food from our downtown restaurants to have it delivered at Flagler Shore through Delivery Dudes, Cravy and UberEats. There will also be 3 to 4 food trucks on the southend, located at 501 S. Flagler, for you to sample from. Come enjoy our beautiful downtown and connect with the shore.

Twen, Reels, Fat Sun and AnastasiaMax at Voltaire

Head to Voltaire at 8 p.m. for performances by Twen, Reels, Fat Sun and AnastasiaMax. Voltaire is located at 526 Clematis St. For more information, visit www.sub-culture.org.

Ladies Only Pool Tournament & Retro Ladies Night at Lost Weekend

Come out to Lost Weekend every Wednesday night for the $100 cash ladies only pool tournament! Ladies drink free from 10 p.m. to midnight. Lost Weekend is located at 526 Clematis St. For more information, visit www.sub-culture.org.

Book Discussion: Bad Scarlett: The Extraordinary Life of the Notorious Southern

Beauty Marie Boozer at The Society of the Four Arts Join Deborah C. Pollack for a book discussion on Bad Scarlett: The Extraordinary Life of the Notorious Southern Beauty Marie Boozer at The Society of the Four
Arts starting at 1:30 p.m. There is no charge to attend and reservations are not required. There will be a book signing to follow. The Society of the Four Arts is located at 2 Four Arts Plaza. For more information, visit www.fourarts.org.

The Return of Liona Boyd at Kravis Center for the Performing Arts

Guitar legend and singer/songwriter Liona Boyd, winner of five Juno awards for Canada’s best instrumental album, has enthralled millions with her signature style of classical, folk and world music. The First Lady of the Classical Guitar, as she is referred to by fans, has appeared in her own TV specials and recorded 27 albums, many of which have gone gold and platinum. She is accompanied by her protégé, Andrew Dolson. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets start at $35. The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts is located at 701 Okeechobee Boulevard. For more information, visit www.kravis.org or call 561.832.7469.

— Thursday, January 25 —

Jacuzzi Boys, Dead and Loving It and Tingy Thick at Respectable Street

Jacuzzi Boys, Dead and Loving It and Tingy Thick perform live at Respectable Street starting at 10 p.m. Respectable Street is located at 518 Clematis St. For more information, visit www.sub-culture.org.

Art After Dark: Opening Night of Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney: Sculpture at Norton Museum of Art

Join the Norton Museum for another Art After Dark! The night begins with Spotlight Talks: Artist Friends of Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney in the Norton’s Collection. Bashaum Stewart Trio performs jazz from Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney’s time. Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney modeled figures with clay before casting them in bronze. Experience clay modeling by making your own figurative sculpture in the Art Workshop. Ellen Roberts, Harold and Anne Berkley Smith Curator of American Art, provide insight into the artist and her work.The event is
from 5-9 p.m. and admission is free. The Norton Museum of Art is located at 1451 S. Olive Ave. For more information, visit www.norton.org.

$30 Thursday: Coral

Choose your own colors. This class starts at 6:30 and will last between 2 1/2 and 3 hours. Seating is first come first serve, so please arrive early for check-in. This class will be held at 510 Evernia Street and taught on a 16×20 canvas. Evening classes are designed for ages 14 and up. All of our classes are BYOB, so feel free
to bring your favorite drinks and food! For more information, visit http://www.uptownart.com/.

Aquila Theatre Jane Austen’s Sense & Sensibility at Kravis Center for the Performing Arts
through Friday, January 26

Courtship, love and heartbreak abound in Sense & Sensibility, Jane Austen’s classic romantic comedy about two sisters: the level-headed Elinor and the hopelessly romantic Marianne. Written in 1811, this timeless tale of surprise and seduction is brilliantly retold by British-American touring company Aquila Theatre, which incorporates the clever use of space, movement, design and sound developed by artistic director Desiree Sanchez. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $39. The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts is located at 701 Okeechobee Boulevard. For more information, visit www.kravis.org or call 561.832.7469.

Station Sessions
Thursday at 7 PM – 10 PM
Elizabeth Ave Station

Acoustic Open Mic Night – Impromptu Jam Sessions + Sing-a-longs likely to occur! Beer/Wine Available. No cover.

— Friday, January 26 —

E4 Home
January 26 – January 28

The City of West Palm Beach

Join us for an exciting e4 Home! We’ve partnered with the Palm Beach Home Show for the 4th year to help you make your home more green and sustainable through informative presentations and green vendors and products. West Palm Beach residents will receive free conservation kits! Sea to Shore Alliance’s H2O Bus will be joining us at the event. The bus serves as a traveling learning lab to educate others about the increasing threat of marine debris and what we can do to help protect native wildlife.

WHEN:
Friday, January 26th; Noon – 7pm
Saturday, January 27; 11am – 7pm
Sunday, January 28; 11am – 5pm

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Please visit http://wpb.org/e4 or call (561) 804-4994.

Tacos and Hip Hop

Come join Subculture Coffee for another night of delicious bites and vibes in the #subculturealley. Bringing the party back to the front of the alley so make sure and get there early as room is limited. Food starts at 7 p.m. Party at 8 p.m. 18+ $5 21+ Free. Subculture Coffee is located at 509 Clematis St. For more information, visit www.sub-culture.org.

Art Week Lot23 Gallery Show
Friday at 6 PM – 9 PM

550 Northwood Rd

Come join us for a very special evening of multi media art and entertainment. We will be featuring body painting, dance and live music. This is our monthly open studio night during Northwood Village’s Art Night Out event and this month it coincides with the Trolley Tour of the Industrial Art Studios in Northwood. Lot 23 Studio is the pick up and drop off for the tour.

Lot 23 is a group of artists that provide free art, music, photography and dance education through a residency program brought to you by The WPB CRA. Come by and view our works of art, live painting and get to know more about our work in the community. Pick up our latest free classes schedule. We will have fine art, digital art, photography and wearable art for sale. See you there!

FOTOvision

Waterfront Park – 8 PM – 9:30 PM

Join us for a FREE evening event and experience photography from across the globe.

Photography from across the globe will be on display in Downtown West Palm Beach during FOTOvision, part of the 23rd annual FOTOfusion event hosted by the Palm Beach Photographic Centre. Join our show Producer Scott Mc Kiernan, for this FREE evening event and experience photography from across the globe. Be among the first to see the world premieres of “365: a Visual Review of 2017,” “The Year of Mother Nature,” “Island of Hope: Puerto Rico Aftermath” through the eyes of all-time Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist Carol Guzy, and “Back-Stories” featuring Pulitzer Prizes-winning photographers, their editors, and their actual subjects. You’ll also witness amazing work by internationally acclaimed 2018 FOTOfusion faculty.

FOTOvision is sponsored by the West Palm Beach Arts & Entertainment District (A&E District) and West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority. The outdoor exhibition will take place Friday, January 26 from 8:00 – 9:30 p.m. on the Great Lawn on the waterfront in Downtown West Palm Beach.

Northwood Village Art Night Out Industrial Studio Tours

Friday at 6 PM – 9 PM
Northwood Village

Join us Friday, January 26th, 2018 6pm- 9pm for Art Night Out Industrial Studio Tours, in Northwood Village! In addition to the incredible Northwood Village shops opening to evening shoppers, the exceptional galleries and artists opening their doors to exhibit their work and spaces, pop-up shops filling the streets, craft vendors amazing you with their talents, live music floating through the air, and the aroma of award-winning restaurants surrounding you as you walk down the street, you can also enjoy STUDIO TOURS, LOT 23 Tours, A Post-it Mural and more!!!

Art lovers can get a behind-the-scenes tour this month when Northwood Village “Art Night Out” hosts the third annual Open Studio Tour, just a few blocks west of the area’s Industrial District. A prominent contingent of WPB’s local artists call the Industrial District home to their creative ideas and artistic endeavors. Trolleys will shuttle Art Night Out guests from the corner of Northwood Road and Broadway to view the inner working of an artist studio with opportunities to view and purchase original works. Visitors at Art Night Out can experience the creative lifestyle of Northwood Village delighting in unique shopping, dining, live street-side artists and musicians.

We will be grooving to the sounds of Jason Hanley and Westminster Trio (sponosred by Bistro Bistro Bakery) during the Northwood Village Art Night Out Next Friday, Jan. 26, 2018 6pm – 9pm!!

Live art happening… Live Music…. Art and Craft Vendors… Shops Open Late…. Restaurants Open For Dinner…. Family Fun Event.

Lot 23 will celebrate art week with a special edition of Open Studio Night on Friday, January 26th from 6 to 9pm. Enjoy live painting, and an art exhibition featuring new works by Lot 23 artists. Make sure to stay for live performance art combining body painting, improvised dance, and live music for a unique art experience.

World Inferno Friendship Society and Everymen at Respectable Street

Aces High Tattoo presents The World Inferno Friendship Society, Everymen and The Zoo Peculiar. The show starts at 8:30 p.m., doors open at 8 p.m. The show is 18 and over and is $12. Respectable Street is located at 518 Clematis St. For more information, visit www.sub-culture.org.

Step Into It Fashion Show at Camelot

Head over to Camelot at 11 p.m. for the Step Into It Fashion Show featuring Back On The Rack Consignment. The show is hosted by Victor Concepcion. Camelot is located at 114 S. Narcissus Ave. For more information, visit www.sub-culture.org.

Palm Beach Opera Presents Tosca at Kravis Center for the Performing Arts
through Sunday, January 28

The sensuous singer Floria Tosca and her artist lover Cavaradossi conspire to conquer the malicious forces determined to wedge them apart. Moving through the shadows in Rome’s churches and castles, they plot to undo the wicked intentions of their nemesis, the lecherous police sergeant, Scarpia, in Puccini’s masterful love story, rich with captivating arias and orchestral drama. Show times are at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Tickets start at $20. The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts is located at 701 Okeechobee Boulevard. For more information, visit www.kravis.org or call 561.832.7469.

MidiCi Grand Opening! Buy One Get One Free Margherita pizza

218 Clematis Street

Bring your friends together for MidiCi The Neapolitan Pizza Company grand opening on Fri, Sat & Sun, Jan 26-28! Enjoy a Free Margherita pizza with any Neapolitan pizza purchase 11AM-5PM each day.

You haven’t had pizza until you’ve had Neapolitan Pizza. Neapolitan pizza is the Original. The way Italians invented it 300 years ago.

Additional toppings extra on Free pizza. Limit one free per guest per day.

— Saturday, January 27 —

2018 Susan G.Komen® South Florida Race for the Cure

6:30 AM – 12 PM

REGISTER TODAY for the 2018 Susan G.Komen® South Florida Race for the Cure! We are celebrating 26 years of celebrating and saving lives!!

Thank you for joining your fellow survivors, those living with metatsatic breast cancer and those that support them. We are honored to have the opportunity to celebrate you and how far you have come. Your story serves as inspiration to continue the fight against breast cancer, day in and day out, until we find the cures.

Our survivors and those living with Metastatic Breast Cancer understand how vital funds are to further our mission and that’s why we need your help. Your fundraising could help a woman with no insurance get the treatment she needs. Your fundraising could help fund scientific research that finds the cures. Your fundraising could ensure that our children and grandchildren live in a world without breast cancer one day.

Together, let’s end breast cancer forever. Make a fundraising commitment today!

Sunrise Wellness at Flagler Shore

Refresh the mind and meet up at the Flagler Shore for free yoga, tai chi, or guided meditations by local instructors at 9 a.m. Flagler Shore is located at 100 Flagler Dr. For more information, visit www.downtownwpb.com.

Jazz Saturday with The Susan Merritt Quartet at Wine Scene

The Susan Merritt Quartet with special guest Lynne Simone on vocals will perform at 8 p.m. Wine Scene is located at 501 Fern St. For more information, visit www.winescenepb.com.

WPB Brewery & Wine Vault Tour

Saturday at 3 PM – 6 PM

Join us for a beer and wine tasting, and find out how West Palm Brewery & Wine Vault, owned and operated by a Miami alum, makes its beers! Learn about fermentation and the brewing process at this craft brewery that just opened in Downtown West Palm Beach.

Don’t miss out on a great Saturday afternoon of food and drinks, learning, and networking in the beautiful West Palm Beach Arts & Entertainment District with the Canes Fam. We will have the FSU-UM game on, as well, so you don’t miss out!

Urban Stories Festival

WPB Waterfront & Clematis Street
January 27 – 28, 2018

The Howl at the Moon Urban Stories Festival is a two-day storytelling event celebrating West Palm Beach, Florida – what was, what is, what could be. Join us Saturday, Jan. 27 on the Downtown WPB waterfront and on Sunday, Jan. 28 in the Mandel Public Library. For more information and a full schedule of events, visit www.urbanstoriesfestival.com.

The goals are to engage the West Palm Beach Community. To share experiences, celebrate diversity, find common ground and support literacy.

  • Saturday, Jan 27: Bike Tour Back in Time
  • Sunday, Jan 28: Stories on stage
  • Saturday, Jan 27 & Jan 28: Children’s Storytime
  • Sunday, Jan 28: Writing Workshop
  • Saturday, Jan 28: Story Circles
  • Sunday, Jan 28: Stories of Faith
  • Saturday, Jan 27: Youth Speak
  • Saturday, Jan 27: Art for Kids
  • Saturday, Jan 27: Arrival/Clematis
  • TBD: Kids and Cops

As part of the festival they are collecting written and oral stories about West Palm Beach to share before, during, and after the event. Click on this link to tell the team about yourself and the stories you want to share.

The Festival is presented by Blue Planet Writers’ Room, Florida Atlantic University, West Palm Beach Arts & Entertainment District

Jazz with The Longineu Parsons Ensemble
Wine Scene
8 PM – 11 PM

Biography LONGINEU PARSONS has been hailed by critics as one of the world’s finest trumpet players. He is also a master of recorders, flute, percussion, and sings the blues. His music crosses genres and defies classification. It’s jazz, it’s funk, it’s blues, it’s classic, it’s urban, it’s world fusion, it’s good. His music serves as a metaphor for crossing restrictive boundaries that separate people and confine human potential.

AN INTERNATIONAL PERFORMER Longineu has performed in some thirty countries in North, South and Central America, Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa. His audiences have included such dignitaries as the King of Morocco, the President of Gabon, the Royal Family of the Netherlands, the President of Austria, the U.S. Ambassador to France, and the Royal Family of Monaco.

— Sunday, January 28 —

Sip & Paint at The Blind Monk

Join The Blind Monk for a night of wine glass painting with Uptown Art from 6 -9 p.m. The Blind Monk is located at 410 Evernia St. For more information, visit www.theblindmonk.com.

Ray’s Downtown presents Rockin’ Jake Band at Voltaire

Head to Voltaire at 8 p.m. for a performance by Rockin’ Jake Band. Voltaire is located at 526 Clematis St. For more information, visit www.sub-culture.org.

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? At The Society of the Four Arts

An all-star cast comes together in James Macdonald’s critically acclaimed, 5-star production of Edward Albee’s landmark play. Don’t miss Imelda Staunton (“Gypsy,” “Vera Drake,” the Harry Potter films), Conleth Hill (“Game Of Thrones,” “The Producers”), Luke Treadaway (“The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,” “The Hollow Crown”) and Imogen Poots (“A Long Way Down,” “Jane Eyre”) in “a first-rate revival of an astonishing play” (The Guardian). The show starts at 2 p.m. Tickets are $25. The Society of the Four Arts is located at 2 Four Arts Plaza. For more information, visit www.fourarts.org.

Lecture: Yixing Ware: An Introduction at Norton Museum of Art

Yixing, located west of Jiangsu Province, China, is famous for its teapots, considered the best vessels for drinking tea. Terese Tse Bartholomew, Curator Emeritus of the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, explores the history, method of production, and potters of Yixing ware. The lecture starts at 3 p.m. It is free and no reservations are required. The Norton Museum of Art is located at 1451 S. Olive Ave. For more information, visit www.norton.org.

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