7 February Events In Jupiter And The Palm Beaches To Mark On Your Calendar


1. Tee Off 

The world’s best PGA Tour players will head to Palm Beach County for a week of entertainment during The Honda Classic from Feb. 20 to 26, all in support of South Florida charities through Children’s Healthcare Charity, Inc. Watch as the best of the best tee off at PGA National Resort & Spa. (Ticket prices vary; thehondaclassic.com)


2. In The Fast Lane  

Browse classic to custom to vintage cars as they’re displayed at CityPlace on Feb. 4 for the Corvette Car Show. Local shopping, dining and entertainment specials will complement the event. (Free; cityplace.com)


3. A Fashionable Celebration 

Celebrate the 90th anniversary of Saks Fifth Avenue on Worth Avenue—the second location to open following the New York flagship in 1924. The store will host exclusive designer events and trunk shows throughout the month. (Free; saksfifthavenue.com/palmbeach)


4. Treats & Sweets

Your sweet tooth is calling, so take it to the sixth annual Valentine’s Treats and Sweets held at the Flagler Museum on Feb. 13. Palm Beach community members will produce a spectacular showcase of more than 4,000 delectable delights in support of the Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness. Guests can bid in a silent auction and raffle, and take treats home. (Tickets from $150; treatsandsweets.org)


5. Tropical Rum Fest 

Taste rums while enjoying local and international cuisines, plus live entertainment at the fifth annual event at Meyer Amphitheatre on Feb. 4. (Tickets from $50; tropicalrumfest.com)


6. ArtiGras 

Take part in the 32nd annual ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival in downtown Abacoa from Feb. 18 to 20. A juried exhibition of fine art will be displayed, and attendees can enjoy live entertainment. ($10/advance, $12/gate; downtownabacoa.com)


7. Night of Jazz

Legendary jazz pianist Copeland Davis will take the stage with the 50-piece Indian River POPs Orchestra for a musical performance. Enjoy the experience on Feb. 26 at the Eissey Campus Theatre. ($25; palmbeachstate.edu)

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