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7 Things You Should Do This October In Palm Beach County

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7 Things You Should Do This October In Palm Beach County


CityPlace and Hilton West Palm Beach have teamed up to offer the second edition of “District Fit” from Oct. 19 to 21. For three days, guests can take part in 15 sweat-inducing workouts, attend holistic seminars and enjoy more than 50 pop-up retail experiences in the community. A selection of classes will be offered by donation with proceeds benefiting breast cancer awareness. (By donation; districtfitwpb.com)



Gather at the Abacoa Amphitheater on Oct. 6 for live music, chef demonstrations and more during “Abacoa Wines Around the World.” Learn about wine and food pairings from sommeliers, and explore local Abacoa and Jupiter vendors. A portion of proceeds will benefit Little Smiles of Florida. ($60; abacoa.com/wines-around-the-world)


To kick off the start of the fall, Jupiter residents are invited to the town’s annual “Fall Fest” on Oct. 6  in the Plaza Down Under on the Riverwalk. Festivities will include live music, cuisine from local vendors, a beer garden and a kids carnival. (free; jupiter.fl.us)


Watch dachshunds race for first place in the Doxie Dash and see mixed breeds compete in the Wienie-Wannabee Race during “Dachstoberfest” held at the Green Market in West Palm Beach on Oct. 21. Bring your furry friends and participate in the costume contest, raffles and a social hour. (free; dachstoberfest.com)

Time To End Breast Cancer


In honor of Estée Lauder Company’s campaign “Time To End Breast Cancer,” 18 of the beauty company’s iconic brands will offer exclusive beauty products available for purchase this month, including AERIN Beauty, Becca, La Mer and Origins. A percentage of sales will benefit breast cancer research, education and medical services. (Prices vary; elcompanies.com)


Head to Clematis Street on Oct. 27 for “MoonFest,” which promises to be the “best Halloween block party in the USA.” Join other costumed guests for two haunted houses, a 10,000-square-foot maze, a headlining musical act and more spooks. (Tickets from $5; visitwpb.com)



Known for his expressionistic street scenes, David Kapp’s artwork will be displayed at Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens beginning Oct. 3. View oil paintings that capture the spirit of his hometown, New York City, at the exhibit “David Kapp: Crossing the Grid.” (Ticket prices vary; ansg.org)

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