As the new year approaches, it’s all about fun! There is so much to take advantage of in Palm Beach County.
In old Northwood, go to the Northwood Village Art Night Out and check out the local art scene. All boutiques and galleries will be open as well.
Just for laughs, Forbidden Broadway, the 35th anniversary tour is happening at the Kravis Center. Side-splitting laughter! What a wonderful way to spend an evening.
In the one man show at the Palm Beach Dramaworks, go see Tru, the story of Truman Capote. The show has the quality of Broadway – you don’t want to miss it!
On December 29th, the Loggerhead Marine Life Center is having their big Beach Bash at The Beach Club to raise money to protect those little turtles. Time to party hardy for a good cause!
Take a holiday break and go to the Norton Art Museum, admission is free! Everything from art exhibitions, film and music, what a treat…If you were ever a fan of Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead, go to the Photographic Centre in West Palm Beach and check out the photographs of the Grateful Dead. On display through the 4th of January.
Start the new year with the bang! New Year’s Eve, Ann Hampton Calloway at The Colony, Bill Mays for Sunday Brunch in the Polo Lounge – it’s the best entertainment in town!
On this New Year’s eve week, make sure your wardrobe sparkles, and always remember my Three Golden Rules to Dress By:
There are so many wonderful happenings in art and entertainment in Palm Beach County!
Lainie Kazan, a sensual and sultry vocalist will be the featured artist in the Royal Room December 27th through the 30th.
Monday December 26th at eight in the evening, it’s The All New Catskills on Broadway, featuring Freddie Roman, Elayne Boosler and Sarge. It’s always great to have laughter this time of year.
In true holiday splendor, Whitehall’s first floor has been covered in gorgeous decorations from the Gilded Age. Flagler Museum is currently holding tours highlighting the beginnings of American Christmas traditions, including the original 1902 light fixtures.
Keeping in the patriotic spirit, The Box Gallery in Palm Beach on Belvedere is holding an opening reception of The United States of American Art. Works will be displayed from December 16th through January 3rd.
Take the whole family to La La Land, and get swept up in the story of a jazz musician and an aspiring actress trying to make it in LA. In theaters everywhere Christmas Day!
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Always remember my Three Golden Rules to Dress By:
It’s been a busy holiday season, but one of the best yet!
Recently I’ve enjoyed taking in the local art scene. The Cultural Council of Palm Beach is spotlighting local talent, and the latest exhibition of local art is by Tony Arruza. He spent five years creating a collection featuring hand-crafted surfboards inlaid with photographs, and no two boards are the same. Catch the wave of creativity by surfing down to 601 Lake Avenue, where the boards are on display until January 21st.
I was very proud to assist in the fundraising for Achilles International, an organization dedicated to enabling people with disabilities to participate in running events across the country. We had a beautiful fundraiser at Mar-A-Lago, and I donated three of my one of a kind items: a leopard and floral scarf from the U.S., an acrylic leopard bracelet from Milan, and a pair of animal print earrings from London. The women could “spot” my style from a mile away!
In the spirit of the season, I am happy to announce that I have partnered with Legends Radio for a feature to keep locals informed as to the most exciting social events in Palm Beach County. Legends is one of the classiest radio stations featuring fabulous artists such as Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Tony Bennet and more. I’ll be on air this winter talking about all the best events and sights to see Tune in to Legends Radio at 100.3 FM or listen to the livestream here for”Bonnie’s Buzz About Town”every Thursday morning during the 9 o’clock hour!”