Tuesday, February 6

Fit for Hope workout to benefit Place of Hope

Total Movement – 119 Datura St

Total Movement and Place of Hope are partnering for a special workout event at The Factoy!

Place of Hope is a unique, faith-based, state-licensed children’s organization providing family-style foster care (emergency and long-term); family outreach and intervention; maternity care; safety for victims of domestic minor sex trafficking; transitional housing and support services for youth aging out of foster care; housing and support services for homeless families; foster care recruitment and support; hope and healing opportunities for children and families who have been traumatized by abuse and neglect throughout our region.

Celebrate our one year anniversary by giving back- we will be accepting donations all day long!

Dramalogue at Palm Beach Dramaworks

Dramalogue is a series that explores all aspects of theatre, in conversations with or about the industry’s top professionals and master artists. This dramalogue presentation is on Emily Dickinson. Dramalogue events are Tuesdays at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Six great programs, one great subscription price of $108. Individual tickets are $23. Presentations may include scene readings, video clips and, where applicable, musical numbers. Palm Beach Dramaworks is located at 201 Clematis St. For more information, please call 561.514.4042, or visit www.palmbeachdramaworks.org.

James B. Stewart at the Society of the Four Arts

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and best-selling author James B. Stewart combines the skills of an investigative reporter with the style and sensibility of a novelist, examining events in finance, law and politics that shape American society. Head to the Society of the Four Arts at 3 p.m. to see Stewart’s lecture Tangled Webs: How False Statements are Undermining America. Tickets are $35. The Society of the Four Arts is located at 2 Four Arts Plaza. For more information, visit www.fourarts.org.

Book Discussion: Alfred Hitchcock: A Brief Life at the Society of the Four Arts Join facilitator Mr. Billy David at 5:30 p.m. for a discussion of Alfred Hitchcock: A Brief Life. The book is a gripping short biography of the extraordinary Alfred Hitchcock, the master of suspense. There is no charge to attend. The Society of the Four Arts is located at 2 Four Arts Plaza. For more information, visit www.fourarts.org.

Art Salon: “Memorial Landscapes between transformation and disintegration:

Photography as a textural approach” with Anja Marais at Armory Art Center Head to Armory Art Center at 6:30 p.m. for “Memorial Landscapes between transformation and disintegration: Photography as a textural approach” with Anja Marais. $10 donation payable at the door. Armory Art Center is located at 811 Park Place. For more information, visit www.armoryart.org.

Prima Trio at Flagler Museum

Prima Trio was founded in 2004 while its members were studying at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music in Ohio. The Trio triumphed at the 2007 Fischoff Chamber Music Competition, winning the coveted Grand Prize (out of no fewer than 137 entries from across the country and around the world) as well as the Gold Medal in the Senior Division. The show begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $70. Flagler Museum is located at 1 Whitehall Way. For more information, visit www.flaglermuseum.us.

Cabaret at Kravis Center for the Performing Arts
through Sunday, February 11

Based on Roundabout Theatre Company’s Tony Award®-winning production, Sam Mendes (Skyfall, American Beauty) and Rob Marshall’s (Into the Woods and Chicago, the films), CABARET comes to the Kravis Center. Show times are 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Tickets start at $28. 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

Adults: Learn the Stippling Art Technique

Join artist Amanda Linton and learn stippling, which is like Pointillism, which is an art technique that consists of several primary colored dots overlapping or set close to each other. All supplies provided. Sponsored by a grant from the West Palm Beach Arts & Entertainment District obtained by the WPB Library Foundation. The event starts at 9:45 a.m. Registration required. Registration begins Monday, February 5 at 10:00 AM. The Mandel Public Library is located at 411 Clematis St. Call 561-868-7701 to register or for more information

Taco Tuesday at Banko Cantina

Join us on Tuesdays for Taco Tuesdays at Banko Cantina. All-You-Can-Eat tacos are $16. Seafood tacos (think Maine lobster or shrimp) are $30. On the last Tuesday of the month, a mariachi band will perform on the roof-top from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. For more information, visit bankocantina.com or call (773) 348-8899. Banko Cantina is located at 114 S. Olive Ave.

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

Anja Marais at Art Salon “Photography in Memorial Landscapes
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

February’s Art Salon will present a multidisciplinary artist whose passionate two and three dimensional works explores the plight of the disenfranchised throughout history. She has a unique set of approaches and processes to share, so I hope you won’t miss the opportunity for a fascinating and enlightening evening.

South African multi-disciplinary artist Anja Marais is part of a generation of post-apartheid artists, one whose work deals with the plight of immigrants, nomads, pioneers, pilgrims, and refugees throughout history. She also assays African and ancient mythology, as well as Shaman mysticism. Her artist statement begins with a quote: “The conquered and exiles take their earth with them, carry with them their rituals as codes of continuity in the new world.…but find themselves in paradoxical waters that both show up their presence and render them invisible” – Ben Okri

Anja’s two and three-dimensional works mix archaic materials and found objects with alternative process photographs. She uses rust, wood, molded fabrics, and earth to reference her “interest in the ritual. They are reminders of ancestors moving across the uncharted sea, steppe, ice, desert, and forest.”

Wednesday, February 7

Lunch on the Shore

No lunch plans. No problem! 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.

Vino Wednesday at The Alchemist Gastropub and Bar

Join us on Wednesdays for Vino Wednesday at The Alchemist featuring select half priced bottles of wine from 7 p.m. – close. List updated frequently. For more information, call 561.355.0691. The Alchemist is located at 223 Clematis St.

Treasure From The Spanish Providencia

Palm Beach Symphony is pleased to welcome fifth-generation native Floridian Harvey E. Oyer, III as guest host and narrator for our second chamber music concert. The Historical Society of Palm Beach County’s exhibition “Shipwreck: Discovering Lost Treasures” will provide the perfect backdrop for this historically rich concert inspired by the 1878 shipwreck of the Spanish Providencia on the shores of Palm Beach. The event starts at 7 p.m. General admission is $35. The Palm Beach County History Museum is located at 300 N. DixieHighway. For more information, call 561.281.0145

Thursday, February 8

Thursdays at WPB Collective | Milka of Dreamallows

Join Milka of Dreamallows for a friends and family-friendly gourmet stuffed marshmallows decorating class! Build a trio for your Valentine – or yourself!

$10 includes a heart to decorate and a Dreamallows trio!

RSVP on Facebook and pay at the door.

Dreamallows are made in small batches using natural ingredients to be able to create a true airy fluffy mallow. (No preservatives or corn syrup are used.) Each Dreamallow is individually stuffed with a variety of flavors.

The Traitor’s Wife with Allison Pataki at the Society of the Four Arts

Join Allison Pataki at 2:30 p.m. as she discusses her novel, The Traitor’s Wife. There is no charge but reservations are required. The Society of the Four Arts is located at 2 Four Arts Plaza. For more information, visit www.fourarts.org.

Creatives Unite! Blood, Sweat & Beers

6 PM – 9 PM
Lost Weekend West Palm Beach

This group is here to provide a place for creatives to get together, share stories and toast to the joys of living and working in this beautiful place called Palm Beach.

The Artist Alley on Clematis

7 PM – 11 PM
Subculture Coffee

Join us for a gathering of local creative talent in Subculture’s alley. Enjoy listening to some great music while sipping your coffee (or other beverage) as you stroll among the artists you can watch many of them work on their latest creations or select the newest addition to your collection.

This month’s artist include:

Christian Bentall
Cathy Estremera
Keri McGee
Sharona Misha
Heather LaFlame
Serafima Sokolov

Music provided by Team Sennett.

Art After Dark: Opening of Jean-Michel Basquiat: Drawing into Painting

Join the Norton Museum for another Art After Dark! The night begins with Spotlight Talks: Highlights from the Norton’s Collection. Then, participate in Sketchbook Thursday, a Jean-Michel Basquiat inspired mixed media sketchbook session using a variety of techniques such as collage, drawing and writing. The night continues with a tour of Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney: Sculpture. After, Cheryl Brutvan, Director of Curatorial Affairs, discusses the artist and his emphasis on drawing throughout his career as well as in the work on view. Video Jockey AdrienneRose Gionta will play music videos from the early 80’s in New York in celebration of Basquiat: Drawing into Painting. 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.

Klavier 2 Piano Recital at Dreyfoos School of the Arts

Head to Brandt Black Box Theater at Dreyfoos School of the Arts to see the nationally recognized music department’s Klavier 2 Piano Recital from 6–8 p.m. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for seniors 55+ and $5 for students and children. More than 20 different student ensembles, ranging from classical to jazz, are rehearsed and performed throughout the year. Dreyfoos School of the Arts is located at 501 S. Sapodilla Ave. For more information, visit www.soafi.org or call 561-802-6052.

YPOP Hotspot: Kapow! Noodle Bar

Join the Young Professionals of the Palm Beaches for an evening of networking at Kapow! Noodle Bar starting at 5:30 p.m. Drinks and hors d’oeuvres will be served. Kapow! Noodle Bar is located at 519 Clematis St. For more information, visit http://www.palmbeaches.org/pages/ypop

The Cravens Album Release w ith Buddha Cats , SoulXpres, Tricerapop at Voltaire

The Cravens Album Release Party will start at 8 p.m. at Voltaire. The Cravens will celebrate the release of their album “On the Line” with special guests The Buddha Cats, SoulXpres and Tricerapop. Voltaire is located at 526 Clematis St. For more information, visit www.sub-culture.org

Friday, February 9

Ethan Parker Pre-Release Show

6:30 PM – 9 PM

Elizabeth Ave Station

Hear the songs from Ethan Parker’s album “Sailing To Beverly” on February 9th, 2018 with opening act Mona Lisa Tribe at Elizabeth Ave Station.

Doors open at 6:30pm
Mona Lisa Tribe at 7:15pm
Ethan Parker at 8pm

Benefitting Project Primavera, an organization helping orphans and at-risk youth through music and mentorship.

Avery Sommers For Sentimental Reasons The Songs of Love at The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts
through Saturday February 10

Sultry alto Avery Sommers returns to the Kravis Center with romantic selections including (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons, At Last, Smoke Gets in Your Eyes and You Light Up My Life. She wowed Broadway in Ain’t Misbehavin’ and Showboat, and has appeared on Miami Vice and Burt Reynolds’ series B.L. Stryker. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $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.

The Alley Sessions

Subculture Coffee
8 PM – 11 PM

Join us as musicians from around the area come together and create music for that night only. Raw and unrehearsed. Always a fun, relaxing night of live music. All ages. Free!

Gator Clematis Crawl

Friday at 6 PM – 9 PM

Join the Palm Beach County Gator Club for a crawl along Clematis in downtown West Palm Beach! For $20, you will receive one free drink at SEVEN different bars!! You can’t beat this pricing, so come out and bring your friends! All participants must be 21 years of age or older.

Tickets: https://www.squadup.com/events/gator-clematis-crawl

Date: Friday, February 9, 2018

Time: Crawl starts at 6:00PM. Check-in from 6:00-9:00 at O’Shea’s Irish Pub (531 Clematis Street)

Price: $20 until February 8 – GET YOUR TICKETS TODAY! $30 cash at the door.

Location: Clematis Street, West Palm Beach.
Restaurants and Bars include: O’Shea’s Pub, Kapow Noodle Bar – WPB, Lost Weekend West Palm Beach, Camelot, Dorrian’s Red Hand West Palm Beach, Hullabaloo and Roxy’s Pub!

REMINDER: DO NOT drink and drive. Please arrange for a designated sober driver (friend, family member, ride share, etc.) or arrange for accommodations within walking distance. BE SAFE GATORS!

All net proceeds benefit the Palm Beach County Gator Club Scholarship Fund.

Contra-Tiempo Urban Latin Dance Theater at Kravis Center for the Performing Arts
through Saturday February 10

Exhilarating and expressive, Contra-Tiempo combines salsa, Afro-Cuban and contemporary urban and abstract dance theater to create physically intense and politically astute performances. The troupe’s newest work, Agua Furiosa, blends a live vocalist, water themes, explosive movements and the performers’ own multicultural stories. Show times are at 1:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Tickets start at $32. 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.

Children’s Carousel Concert Series: PBA Symphony

Come join Palm Beach Atlantic University for the Children’s Carousel Concert Series, Co-sponsored by the Junior League of the Palm Beaches in the DeSantis Family Chapel at 10 a.m. This concert will feature the PBA Symphony and the PBA preparatory department with dancers and actors. Tickets are free, but complimentary tickets are required. For ticket orders, you can register online or contact Ticket Central at (561) 803-2970 (open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.) or email at ticket_central@pba.edu. The DeSantis Family Chapel is located at 200 Okeechobee Blvd. For more information, visit www.pba.edu.

On Golden Pond at Palm Beach Dramaworks
through Sunday, February 25

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

Solemark, Southern Tier, Guavatron at Voltaire

See performances by Solemark, Southern Tier and Guavatron all at Voltaire starting at 8 p.m. Voltaire is located at 526 Clematis St. For more information, visit www.sub-culture.org.

RSC MASS Presents Espermachine / Esoterik + Special guest DJ Sinsekt

Head to Respectable Street at 10 p.m. for a live music and dance night with a deliciously dark duration of EBM, SynthPop and Darkwave. Come dress in your favor Goth, vampire, punk cupid character’s costumes from Venus, Cicero, Eros, Psyche or any Mythology gods and goddess. Respectable Street is located at 518 Clematis St. For more information, visit www.sub-culture.org.

Saturday, February 10

Strawberry Festival

9 AM – 1 PM

City of West Palm Beach GreenMarket

Join us for the 17th Annual Strawberry Festival at the West Palm Beach GreenMarket!

All proceeds benefit Hospice of Palm Beach County Foundation!
$5 strawberry shortcakes

Freshfest 5th Annual Festival

Embark on an enriching experience at our festival where health, fitness & music intertwine! Freshfest 2018 will be our 5th Annual Festival and we couldn’t be more excited! Last year, Freshfest brought together over 80 emerging brands and thousands of attendees. What unified us was our love for fitness, getting sweaty, our pursuit of wellness and our conscious strive for mindful and healthy living. Year 5 will be golden! General admission is free, but an Ultimate Class Pass can be purchased for $15. The event starts at 9 a.m. and will be at the Meyer Amphithetaer, which is located at 105 Evernia Street. For more information, visit www.freshfestfl.com

Weekend Brunch At Lynora’s

We don’t have a “Little Italy” in West Palm Beach, but we do have Lynora’s. Their dedication to providing classic Italian dishes and authentic wood oven pizzas with a modern outlook doesn’t just stop with their dinner menu. Lynora’s puts an authentic Italian spin on our favorite weekend ritual, offering a brunch menu complete with items like heirloom tomato frittata, poached egg and ravioli combinations and of course, create-your-own omelets. Bottomless Bellinis, mimosas, Peroni and Bloody Marys are all available as well. Lynora’s brunch is available every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m located at 207 Clematis. Visit http://lynoras.com/ or call (561) 899-3117 for more information.

Share The Stoke Pro / Pre-Party Event at Respectable Street

The Share The Stoke Pro / Pre-Party is sure to pump everyone up in February with a stellar line up of local surfers who jam on stage along with surf videographers Michael Mortimer (MEATBALL) and Justis St. John showing some of their insane footage. Come on out and support local non-profits while enjoying some rad live music. The event starts at 7 p.m. $10 cover at the door. Respectable Street is located at 518 Clematis St. For more information, visit www.sub-culture.org.

Whitney’s Sculpture in Context at Norton Museum of Art

In conjunction with the exhibition Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney: Sculpture, the Norton Museum of Art is presenting a symposium “Whitney’s Sculpture in Context,” during which leading scholars will expand upon the issues raised in the show and its catalogue. The symposium starts at 1 p.m. Free admission. RSVP required. The Norton Museum of Art is located at 1451 S. Olive Ave. For more information, visit www.norton.org

Behold, A New Eden: Laura Woodward and the Creation of Palm Beach at Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens
through Sunday, May 6

Laura Woodward (1834-1926) was Florida’s most important female artist of the 19th century, one of its greatest publicists, and integral to the development of Palm Beach County. This exhibition will bring together numerous of the extant oil paintings and watercolors of sites from Jupiter to Miami which Woodward used to entice Henry Flagler to look southward—to Palm Beach and Boca Raton—in search of the “New Eden” of oceanside tourism. The Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens is located at 2051 South Flagler Drive. For more information, visit www.ansg.org

561 Foodie: Food Truck Series

The 2nd Saturday of the month just got tastier. Whether you’re a local, new in town, or just passing through, enjoy our FLAVORFUL night in DowntownWPB. Food trucks will be located on the 400 and 500 Blocks of Clematis Street (Clematis Street between Dixie Highway and Rosemary Avenue) Enjoy their mobile gourmet food at it’s best from 10 p.m. – 2 a.m. First time at a Food Truck event? Here’s what you need to know. This is an outdoor picnic where food trucks of different origins and cuisine prepare food that is cooked to order. It’s not fast food and a bunch of these trucks are run by chefs. A great deal of fusion cuisine, comfort foods and sweet treats to choose from.

French B Solo Exhibtion & Fundraiser

7 PM – 10 PM
513 Clematis St

Come meet Carlos & Ed Baez, the brothers behind the pop art, French B Art. Purchase a piece and a portion of the proceeds will go to Bullies-N-Beyond dog rescue.

Free drinks will be served by Monkey in Paradise Vodka in the new Scott Fine Art and DJ Bumi will be setting the mood in the Subculture Alley.

Sunday, February 11

Cars & Coffee Palm Beach – Feb 2018

Florida’s Largest & Most Prestigious Monthly Automotive Event. ALL Makes, Models and Vintages Welcome. THOUSANDS of Unique Vehicles, Vendors, Stores, & More. Proud to have duPont Registry as a 2018 Major Media Sponsor.

Spectators & Spectator Parking FREE $5 per display vehicle at the entrance – Family & Pet-Friendly www.carsandcoffeepb.com

Paws In The Park

Celebrate your FURRY friend by bringing them out to experience a day of fun, frolic and exploration! Dogs and their owners are invited to join us at Pawchella for a full day of exhibits, demonstrations, experts, entertainment, and more! Pawchella provides an opportunity for local pet-related organizations and businesses to showcase their causes, products and services in a fun, animalfriendly environment. Searching for your new best friend? Come out and adopt from area rescue groups, who will have adoptable animals on site. The event starts at 11 a.m and will be located at 100 Clematis Street. For more information, visit www.pawsintheparksouthflorida.com

Sunday Brunch At Cielo Roof Top Sky-Bar At Banko Cantina

Banko launches an outdoor Sunday Brunch on the roof-top at Ceilo Sky Bar, taking full advantage of the cool weather and the spectacular views of the West Palm Beach skyline. Sunday brunch service is from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Miami disc jockey, George Ferrero will be spinning the tunes, with a Drag Queen Show featuring Rubber Child and Rihanna Patron. Banko Cantina Restaurant & Tequila Bar is located at 114 S. Olive Ave. For more information visit, bankocantina.com, or call 561.355.1399.

Will Englund at Flagler Museum

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Will Englund will spotlight the events leading into World War I and the consequences of the action of war, including research from a wealth of contemporary Russian and American sources. Englund will deliver a highly detailed telling of the month that transformed the world’s greatest nations, March 1917. The lecture starts at 3 p.m. Tickets are $28 for nonmembers and $10 for members. Flagler Museum is located at 1 Whitehall Way. For more information, visit www.flaglermuseum.us

Adults – Music for a Sunday Afternoon: Russian Duo

Oleg Kruglyakov, Siberian Balalaika Virtuoso, and Terry Boyarsky, American concert pianist, invite audiences into an exuberant, compelling, cross-cultural musical experience. From Russian roots and classical music to world favorites, vocals, ragtime, tango and blue grass – explore the many delightful combinations of balalaika, voice and piano. The event starts at 2 p.m. For more information, please call 561-868-7701.

Limoncello … all about it… at the Multilingual Society

Join the Multilingual Society from 3 – 5 p.m. for Limoncello … all about it… The Multilingual Society is located at 210 S. Olive Ave. For more information, visit www.multilingualsociety.org.

Alain Lefèvre at the Society of the Four Arts

Hailed as a “hero” (Los Angeles Times), a “smashing” performer (The Washington Post), and “a pianist who breaks the mold” (International Piano), Alain Lefèvre maintains a sparkling career, having performed in over 40 countries and in the most prestigious venues, including Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center, Royal Albert Hall, and many more. The show 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.

Paris Ballet Presents Swan Lake Suite and More and Kravis Center for the Performing Arts

A beautiful selection of some of the most exciting moments of this timeless Ballet. Performed by incredible young Dancers who will bring beautiful quality and panache to the stage in this fantastic suite, Swan Lake has been, is and always will be an audience favorite. The Paris Ballet will also perform “Flower Festival in Genzano” pas de deux and Classical Symphony. 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.