7 Can’t-Miss February Events In Palm Beach County

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ARTIGRAS

Experience 300 national and local fine artists at one of the top-ranked art shows in the nation, the ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival. Enjoy artist demonstrations and live entertainment Feb. 15 and 16 in downtown Abacoa. Shop, eat and drink while kids have fun in the ArtiKids Zone, where there will be art activities, interactive challenges, bounce games, face painting and photo ops. (Ticket prices vary; artigras.org)

PALM BEACH SHOW

The 17th annual Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show—renamed The Palm Beach Show—returns Feb. 13 to 18 at the Palm Beach County Convention Center. Explore the showcase of high-end items spanning several periods and movements. (Tickets from $20; palmbeachshow.com)

STREET PAINTING

Keep your feet and eyes on the ground Feb. 22 and 23 during the Street Painting Festival in downtown Lake Worth Beach. While enjoying live music and food, watch as more than 600 artists decorate the pavement with temporary works of remarkable chalk art. (Free; streetpaintingfestivalinc.org)

SEAFOOD FESTIVAL

Seafood lovers rejoice at the Jupiter Seafood Festival. Along with boatloads of fresh seafood Feb. 22 and 23, your family will love the live music, art booths and rides at Carlin Park. (Ticket prices vary; jupiterseafoodfestival.net)

PADDLEFEST

Compete with family, friends and neighbors at the Palm Beach Paddlefest. Along with the 2-mile, 6-mile and kid’s fun race Feb. 8, take part in free kayak eco-tours, yoga, music, face painting and more at Harbourside Place. (Ticket prices vary; palmbeachpaddlefest.com)

FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS

Explore hundreds of gallery-style booths at the 19th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts, located on Dixie Highway from Bridge Road to Venus Street. Stroll among life-sized sculptures, spectacular paintings, one-of-a-kind-jewels, photography and ceramics Feb. 1 and 2. (Free; hobesound.org)

GARLIC FEST

Taste your way through the South Florida Garlic Fest Feb. 8 and 9. Along with all the “garlicky” goods you can get your hands on at John Prince Park, a diverse selection of live music is cued up for each day as well as rides, a full liquor bar and hundreds of art and craft vendors. (Ticket prices vary; garlicfestfl.com)

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