7 Things To Do In The Palm Beaches In November

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7 Things To Do In The Palm Beaches In November

What to do, see and lust over this season.

Downton Abbey: The Exhibition

Starting Nov. 10, CityPlace’s Culture Lab, an abandoned-Macy’s-turned-cultural-center, will present “Downton Abbey: The Exhibition.” The display will let guests immerse themselves in the world of the award-winning global TV phenomenon “Downton Abbey.” (Ticket prices vary; downtonexhibition.com)

Benefit Concert

Benefit Concert

Head to Maltz Jupiter Theatre on Nov. 17 for the special benefit concert series, “Something Beautiful,” starring Rachel Bay Jones. Guests will enjoy a 10-piece orchestra featuring the Broadway and Tony Award-winning performer during this once-in-a-lifetime show. ($50; jupitertheatre.org)

Greased Lightning

The Kravis Center and MNM Theatre Company will co-partner to present “Grease” the musical at the Rinker Playhouse from Nov. 16 to Dec. 2. Don’t miss out on fan-favorite songs like “Summer Nights” and “We Go Together.” (Tickets from $49; kravis.org)

LagoonFest

Take part in paddleboard yoga, kayak clean-up tours and more during LagoonFest on Nov. 3. This family friendly event will celebrate the Lake Worth Lagoon. (free; lagoonfest.com)

Sculpture in Motion

Sculpture in Motion

On Nov. 17, Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens will host its second annual Sculpture in Motion: The Art of Pre- and Post-War Automobiles exhibition. Explore the history and design of more than a dozen one-of-a-kind automobiles during a special VIP cocktail reception. (Ticket prices vary; ansg.org)

Lilly Pulitzer Anniversary

Lilly Pulitzer Anniversary

In honor of Lilly Pulitzer’s 60th anniversary, join fashionistas for a runway presentation on Nov. 10. The event takes place at the new Worth Avenue storefront where shoppers will be able to design their own shift dresses choosing between two iconic styles and details. (free; worth-avenue.com/business/lilly-pulitzer)

No Kid Hungry

No Kid Hungry

Join chef Clay Conley on Nov. 4 as he hosts the No Kid Hungry Palm Beach dinner at his restaurant Buccan. Talented guest chefs like Jeremy and Cindy Bearman of Oceano Kitchen and Ted Gidley of the Clarke Cooke House in Rhode Island will come together to serve a delicious five-course dinner and wine pairing. ($500; events.nokidhungry.org)


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