Top Winter Activities You Don’t Want to Miss in The Palm Beaches
POSTED ON February 16, 2018 - 5000 North Ocean
As a renowned cultural center, The Palm Beaches hosts a variety of arts and other cultural activities that can’t be found anywhere else in the world. Just minutes from 5000 North Ocean on Singer Island, you’ll find thought-provoking art shows, theater that challenges its audience, and a variety of eclectic diversions unlike any other. Whether you enjoy the pageantry of top performers at the equestrian festival, debate art with like-minded peers, or enjoy the culinary delights of top chefs, you know that you can always expect the best. Here are some of our favorite ways to spend the winter season in the Palm Beaches:
3rd Thursdays At The Lighthouse Art Center
Dedicated to introducing and highlighting talent to the Tequesta area, 3rd Thursdays feature a guest speaker artist to discuss art techniques and art history. Enjoy a wine and passed hors d’ oeuvres reception featuring fun, social activities, such as concerts, lectures, art demonstrations, live performances and gallery talks. It’s a perfect opportunity to broaden your knowledge of the arts and mingle with other art enthusiasts and Lighthouse Art Center members.
Winter Equestrian Festival
From January to April, riders and their horses from all over the world will be displaying their talents at this highly regarded equestrian show. Hosted by the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center, competitors will participate in eleven FEI weeks and 4 CSI 5* competitions, and will be judged on everything from dressage to performance. While other family activities will be present, the main draw will be the high stakes competition among an elite group that enjoys the thrill of the sport
Chamber Music Concert at Worth Avenue
Running through April 17, 2018, Worth Avenue will be hosting musicians from various corners of the earth. On any given day, you may expect to hear the cultured sounds of everything ranging from American Folk to contemporary jazz, along with its history and role in today’s music. On February 7th, Worth Avenue will be hosting ‘Treasures from the Spanish Providencia’, which consists of music, narration, and the history behind how the palms came to the Palm Beaches.
The Pelican Café
For contemporary class combined with the drama of the oceanfront, Pelican café is the dining destination. Founded in 2008, owners Mark Frangione and Karen Howe of Greenwich, Connecticut understand what great dining is all about. With its ‘Nantucket meets the Florida Keys’ style menu featuring dishes such as crab cakes and shrimp francaise, along with its elegant and simplistic style, locals deem this the perfect place to celebrate good news. Live music is played every Monday and Tuesday evening and select Sundays. Located on US 1 in Lake Park, this local hot spot is just minutes from Singer Island, directly across from Kelsey Park.
5000 North Ocean
Located on Singer Island just minutes from the world-class entertainment, dining and shopping of PGA Boulevard, 5000 North Ocean is ideally located to enjoy the best of the Palm Beaches. Performing arts at the Kravis Center and the art galleries of Worth Avenue are only minutes away. 5000 North Ocean’s refreshing contemporary design offers an artful lifestyle on 341 ft. of direct oceanfront shoreline.
World-class amenities and spacious floorplans are the hallmark of this community, now under construction.
As Kolter Urban’s new 19-story oceanfront tower, is home to just 48 exclusive residences. Don’t be deterred by the on-site construction, visitors can preview the area’s only two-story Seaglass residence, and capture the architect’s vision through the architectural scale model. 5000 North Ocean has been thoughtfully planned to take full advantage of the 4.5-acre development site and its 341 ft. of direct Palm Beach oceanfront. For more information, visit 5000NOcean.com or call 844-500-0937.