The Guide To November: Seven Things To Do This Month


Decorator Show House

Kips Bay Decorator Show House is making its Florida debut with the Kips Bay Palm Beach Show House, which enlisted 18 talented interior designers to transform a 1920s Mediterranean revival villa in West Palm Beach’s El Cid Historic District. See the elegant exhibition of fine furnishings, art and technology from Nov. 24 to Dec. 19. Proceeds will benefit the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County. ($35;

Feast of Little Italy

Immerse yourself in Italian culture at the Feast of Little Italy from Nov. 3 to 5 in downtown Abacoa. Taste authentic Italian cuisine, attend cooking demonstrations and wine seminars, and have fun with carnival rides and live entertainment. ($7;

New Read

Jewelry lovers are in for a treat. Learn all about David Yurman’s signature cable motif through the newly released book, David Yurman: Cable, featuring never-before-seen sketches and photography. The brand created its first cable bracelet in 1983 and has since used it in each collection. ($95;


Explore the flavors and chemical reactions behind cocktails at the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium on Nov. 16. During MolecuBar, guests will learn bar tricks from interactive mixology demos, sample food with local flair and watch laser light planetarium shows. ($20;


Discover the marvels of Lake Worth Lagoon at LagoonFest on Nov. 4 at the West Palm Beach Waterfront. Enjoy wildlife presentations, live music, water sports and more at this family friendly event while learning the importance of protecting the urban estuary. (free;

Bandsandbrews Craft Beer And Music Festival

Expect good beer, music and memories during the BandSandBrews Craft Beer and Music Festival for a Cause on Nov. 18 at Seabreeze Amphitheater in Carlin Park. Enjoy unlimited craft beer tastings from more than 20 breweries, food trucks and live performances from artists including country music singer Ashley McBryde and “American Idol” finalist Emily Brooke. The event supports Teach the Beach Foundation, which raises awareness on conserving local oceans and environments. (Tickets from $25;

Golden Jubilee

Take your golden retriever to Jupiter Dog Beach on Nov. 4 for sun and surf during the first Jupiter Golden Jubilee. Meet other golden owners as the dogs play together on the beach before heading to Harbourside Place for an auction, Golden Parade, splash pads, dinner at several pet friendly restaurants and an evening concert. (free;

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