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7 Events In The Palm Beaches Throughout January

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Jan 2019

KIPS BAY DECORATOR SHOW HOUSE PALM BEACH

1. KIPS BAY DECORATOR SHOW HOUSE PALM BEACH

The Florida iteration of the esteemed Kips Bay Decorator Show House in New York City is returning Jan. 26 through Feb. 20. More than 20 of the nation’s most talented interior designers will have transformed a 10,000-square-foot home in West Palm Beach, showcasing trends and inspiration. Proceeds benefit Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County. ($35; kipsbaydecoratorshowhouse.org/palmbeach)

INSIDER TOURS

2. INSIDER TOURS

This equestrian season, take part in a Wellington Insider Tour, which gives visitors a behind-the-scenes peek at what judges, competitors and show managers get to see. During the three-day VIP tour, taking place Jan. 10 to 13 and Jan. 24 to 27, guests will attend the Grand Prix Freestyle, view show jumping, attend the International Polo Tournament final and more. (wellingtoninsidertours.com)

3. TIE THE KNOT

Planning a wedding in the new year? Stop by The Colony Palm Beach on Jan. 24 for its Bridal Bash. Guests will sip Champagne and enjoy wedding-friendly bites while learning about Palm Beach’s top wedding resources, including floral designers, bakeries, bridal beauty experts and more. ($35; 561.655.5430)

4. MODERN + CONTEMPORARY

Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary, presented by Art Miami, will bring a world-class art fair to Palm Beach from Jan. 10 to 13 inside a 65,000-square-foot pavilion located between CityPlace and the Hilton West Palm Beach. The fair will feature quality works from the 20th and 21st centuries. (Tickets from $25; artpbfair.com)

EVENING IN THE GARDENS

5. EVENING IN THE GARDENS

Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, in partnership with Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary, will present “Evening in the Gardens” on Jan. 9. The event will feature sculptures by Gino Miles and a presentation of the Ann Norton Award for Philanthropy. (Ticket prices vary; ansg.org)

DANCES AT A GATHERING

6. DANCES AT A GATHERING

Miami City Ballet will present “Dances at a Gathering” during its three-day stint at the Kravis Center from Jan. 18 to 20. Watch as Jerome Robbins’ choreography is set to the romantic music of Chopin. (Tickets from $29; kravis.org)

ARCHITECTURAL ICON

7. ARCHITECTURAL ICON

The Lighthouse ArtCenter is showcasing the never-before-seen exhibition “Building Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim” now through March 2. On loan from the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the exhibit includes a series of photographs and videos of the building process. Another gallery will feature architectural models and photos from Jupiter Island architect, Scott Hughes. (Ticket prices vary; lighthousearts.org)