Smart Travelers will flee the Arctic Blast, for a Blast of Art in Sunny Palm Beach County

 
Head to The Palm Beaches this holiday season for warm weather and abundant cultural offerings, advises Palm Beach County’s Cultural Concierge.

In addition to traditional favorites including productions of The Nutcracker, decorated boat parades and seasonal concerts, this December/January in The Palm Beaches is filled with cultural surprises like an exhibition of surfboard art, musical performances by the Kalichstein Robinson Laredo Trio and the Beach Boys, an exhibition of Grateful Dead photos, and play about Truman Capote.

Palm Beach County is so rich in art and culture that it has its very own Cultural Concierge — a free service of the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County to guide visitors in planning their cultural activities.

“This is the ideal time to get away to The Palm Beaches and bask in our gorgeous weather and our inviting arts scene, which ranges from the traditional to the unexpected,” said Bama Lutes Deal, Ph.D., the Cultural Concierge who is ready to help you curate your visit with customized recommendations.

Some of the Cultural Concierge’s favorite recommendations for visitors right now:

To plan your personalized cultural holiday getaway, connect with the Cultural Concierge at palmbeachculture.com/concierge. Additional highlights of the 2016-2017 Palm Beach County
season can be found in our 2016 – 2017 Season Preview.

 


Contact:

Judith Czelusniak
jczelusniak@palmbeachculture.com
(561) 471-1602