Imagine: Dixie Highway is closed to vehicles, so you can freely wander the five venerable blocks of West Palm Beach’s antiques district.
Put it on your weekend fun list. Saturday, March 4 from 6-9 p.m., it’s Evening on Antique Row, the signature fundraising event benefitting the Historical Society of Palm Beach County. Visitors can explore the area’s unique shops, which feature 17th– to 20th-century antiques, decorative arts, fine art, and design services.
In addition to luxe shopping, the street festival brings “the Row” to life with live music, entertainment and games, cocktails, and gourmet food trucks. The wristband that comes with your ticket allows you five tasting plates.
Nibbles will come from InspirAsian, Virgo Bomb, CrayZlicious, Scoop Coop, Needa Pita, Hampton Forks, Sandy James Fine Food Productions, Gourmet Galaxy, Belle and Maxwell’s, and Don Ramon.
The Atlas Afterparty (8-11 p.m.) will cap off the evening with more cocktails, more food and more entertainment. Access to the party (in the Belle and Maxwell’s parking lot) is included in the VIP tickets. General admission ticket holders can upgrade their tickets prior to or at the event.
All proceeds go to support education programming in history and civics for tens of thousands of children and adults throughout Palm Beach County. Event organizers expect 1,200 guests, so we’d say it’s officially a Big Deal. Visit the website for FAQs.