Top 7 January Events In Jupiter And The Palm Beaches


1. Surfs Up

The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County will play host to the exhibit “15 Surfboards by 15 Shapers” until Jan. 21. West Palm Beach-based photojournalist Tony Arruza will display one-of-a-kind photos on surfboards made by professional surfboard hand-crafters and makers from around the world. (Free;


2. Dirty Dancing

Relive the hit “Dirty Dancing” as it’s performed live at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts. Choose from numerous showtimes during the classic romance’s Jan. 3 to 8 runtime. (Tickets from $27;


3. Angle Uncorked 

Enjoy a night of fine dining at the first Angle Uncorked world-class wine dinner series featuring Hanzell Vineyards’ winemaker Michael McNeill at Eau Palm Beach Resort and Spa on Jan. 18. Sip on handcrafted chardonnay and pinot noir from the Mayacamas Mountains above Sonoma, paired with a five-course dinner, and learn about the delicious Old World reserve-style California wines. ($195;


4. A Night at the Ballet 

The Miami City Ballet is set to perform at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts from Jan. 20 to 22. Guests will enjoy Program Two, with performances of Serenade, Carousel Pas de Deux, Calcium Light Night and Glass Pieces. (Tickets from $20;


5. Calling All Runners

Don your favorite pink running gear for the annual Susan G. Komen South Florida Race for the Cure on Jan. 28 at Meyer Amphitheatre. Runners, walkers and teams of all ages are welcome to join in on the More Than Pink movement in support of women’s breast cancer awareness. (Tickets from $15;


6. Onessimo Fine art 

Head to the Onessimo Fine Art Gallery in Palm Beach Gardens to view and acquire historic works from surrealist master Salvador Dali. “Salvador Dali: The Argillet Collection” is on exhibition all month. Guests can meet Madame Christine Argillet, whose father was Dali’s publisher, on select days. (Free;


7. Modern + Contemporary

View and collect never-before-seen works as Art Miami Group brings the first Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary Art Fair to the Palm Beaches from Jan. 12 to 15. This international fair will feature works by top artists from the modern, classical modern, post-war and pop eras. (Tickets from $25;

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