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Scene + Heard
Scene + Heard
More than 300 guests spent an evening at the Provident Jewelry Jupiter location for its annual holiday event, which raised more than $10,000 for Loggerhead Marinelife Center. Highlights included pinup girls, live music from Mr. Trombone, specialty drinks and a custom-designed Provident Jewelry catalog dress from Vivre Couture.
Guests gathered at Trevini Ristorante in Palm Beach for a “White Truffle Dinner” in celebration of the “Palm Beach Wine Auction” to be held this month. Those in attendance were treated to four courses of Italian cuisine infused with rare tartufo bianco d’Alba while sipping select wines from Italy and Napa Valley.
An exclusive benefit concert by legendary performer, director and choreographer Tommy Tune raised more than $183,000 for Maltz Jupiter Theatre. Tune took audiences on a journey from his arrival in New York City as a young man to becoming one of Broadway’s most accomplished directors and choreographers.
The Kips Bay Palm Beach Show House hosted an opening night preview cocktail party where nearly 600 guests viewed interiors curated by 17 of the nation’s most talented designers. Proceeds benefited Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club and Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County.
Members of La Coquille Club, one of the most historic social clubs in Palm Beach, celebrated the 65th anniversary season with a party at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa complete with a raw bar, tenderloin and turkey carving stations, charcuterie boards, lobster mac & cheese and select passed desserts.
Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens served as the backdrop for “Sculpture in Motion—The Art of Pre- and Post-War Automobiles.” The exhibit welcomed visitors of all ages to experience the history and design of more than a dozen one-of-a-kind classic pre- and post-war automobiles, some dating from the 1920s.
The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium hosted its annual Conservation Cup, a Better Ball tournament at Mayacoo Lakes Country Club, which included a luncheon, cocktail party and an awards presentation. Funds raised are earmarked for the new permanent brain exhibit.
The Breakers Palm Beach was the backdrop for the “Electric Carnival” benefiting Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County. A crowd of about 300 guests mingled during a cocktail reception and silent auction followed by a three-course oceanfront dining experience in the Venetian Ballroom.
More than 100 locals gathered at Costa Palm Beach for Holy Ground's cocktail party to kick off the capital campaign, “Building a Home and Hope.” Guests enjoyed a hummus bar and Mediterranean cuisine, and had the opportunity to participate in an auction.
More than 550 ocean conservation notables gathered for LMC's ninth annual Go Blue Awards Luncheon at PGA National Resort & Spa. The luncheon recognized those who have promoted, implemented or contributed to a “blue” lifestyle of marine conservation.
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