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The Norton Museum, West Palm Beach

Free Admission

Every Saturday during Summer until September 5, 2022

Palm Beach County residents can visit the Norton Museum for free every Saturday during Summer until September 5, 2022. The admission is generously provided by the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Foundation.

Location:

Norton Museum of Art, 1450 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach, FL 33401.

Family biking at the Norton Museum    

 

Golf Croquet Lessons, West Palm Beach

FREE

Every Saturday morning at 10 am.

The National Croquet Center offers free golf croquet lessons
This is a great introduction to Croquet: learn strategy, how to hit the ball, Score wickets, and plot your next move.

Flat-soled shoes are mandatory.

White clothing

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The Palm Beaches Restaurant Month

August 1 - 31, 2022

Experience the best of dining in The Palm Beaches with brunch, lunch, and dinner deals at 100+ participating restaurants. From world-class dining to local hotspots, try all the best dishes from Jupiter to Boca Raton. Watch these videos of The Palm Beaches’ amazing award-winning chefs and their outstanding food. The Palm Beaches 2022 Culinary Brochure is now available, click here to view a lineup of spectacular chefs and their stellar dishes! 

RESTAURANTS: Click here if you are interested in participating!
  Visit our Palm Beaches-themed mobile airstream to enjoy photo ops, menu sampling, make dining reservations, and win gift cards and prizes. Here is where our…
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Palm Beach Shakespeare Festival

July 7, 2022 through July 24, 2022

The Palm Beach Shakespeare Festival will celebrate 32 years of its annual tradition this summer

with a live performance of William Shakespeare's Richard II.

Grab your blankets, beach chairs, picnic baskets (or enjoy the food truck concessions) and head on over!

Tickets

Shakespeare by the Sea is NOT a ticketed event.  This event is presented free of charge to everyone, with a suggested $5 donation made to the “Wishing Will” on site, or via mobile app. 

For both locations, gates open at 6:30 pm with performances starting at 8 pm.

Shakespeare by the Sea XXXII 

The Palm Beach Shakespeare Festival and Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation’s Shakespeare

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