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SOUTH FLORIDA SCIENCE CENTER AND AQUARIUMReal Bodies: The Exhibition through April 11, 2021. Appropriate for all ages, Real Bodies goes beyond skin deep to reveal the mysteries of human anatomy, exploring the body through physiology, culture and emotion. Visitors will tour real, preserved human bodies, digging deeper into what it means to be alive. The exhibit will also feature a COVID-19 component, encouraging visitors to learn more about the pandemic’s impact on the human body. Admission is $17.95 for adults, $13.95 for children ages 3 to 12 and $15.95 for seniors aged 60 and older. Science Center members and children under 3 are free. Call 561.832.1988 or visit



DREYFOOS SCHOOL OF THE ARTS FOUNDATION  — 30 Reasons to Love Dreyfoos: 30-day digital campaign to raise $30,000 during the month of April to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Dreyfoos with the 30th Anniversary resilience fund at Email or call 561.805.6298.


17 THE FOUNDATIONS SCHOOL AT CENTER FOR CREATIVE EDUCATION — Open House; 10am-1pm. Calling all families with students entering grades K through 3 in Fall 2021 (Must be age 5 by 9/1/21). The open house is FREE with advance registration required. Visit, call 561.805.9927, or email Dr. Kevin Kovacs at to register.

19 PALM BEACH SYMPHONY — 19th Annual Gala: Sustaining the Note - A Virtual Celebration; 6:30pm. Virtual. Call Hulya Selcuk at 561.568.0265 or email 

21 SCRIPPS RESEARCH INSTITUTE — The Front Row Lecture Series. Mapping the Secret Complexity of Tumors to Defeat Aggressive Cancers with Michalina Janiszewska, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of the Department of Molecular Medicine; 4pm. Register at

22 PROMISE FUND OF FLORIDA — Lecture and Dinner hosted by David Brodsky, featuring “The World of Andy Warhol” lecture by art historian Marlene Strauss. 5:30pm; the Sailfish Club. Limited seating. Suggested minimum donation $1,000. Contact Donna Dodson at 561.307.8000 or email Covid precautions.

24 YOUNG FRIENDS OF PEGGY ADAMS ANIMAL RESCUE LEAGUE Party Animal; 6pm-10pm at The Flagler Museum in Palm Beach. Margit & Blair Brandt, Stacey Leuliette, and Molly & Nick Mele, Co-Chairs. $400 per person or $750 per couple. Space is limited to 100 guests. For tickets or for more information call 561.530.6066 or visit

26 JUNIOR LEAGUE OF THE PALM BEACHES — Third Annual Golf Invitational at Old Marsh Golf Club. Registration opens at 12pm; Shotgun start at 1:30pm. Kathryn Sexton and Allison Freeman, Co-Chairs; Clare O'Keefe, Honorary Chair. Golfers can expect a full round of golf, boxed lunch at the clubhouse and contest prizes all followed by an awards reception. O’Keefe Foundation, Presenting Sponsor. Email or call 561-.689.7590.'

29 TOWN OF PALM BEACH UNITED WAY — Alexis de Tocqueville Society Cocktail Reception; 6pm at The Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens. Nicola and Jeff Marcus, Chairs. Call 561.655.1919.

30 PALM BEACH CIVIC ASSOCIATION — Annual meeting and end-oftheseaso celebration; 10am. Call 561.725.4002.


EXECUTIVE WOMEN OF THE PALM BEACHES — 37th Annual Women in Leadership Awards Luncheon Virtual Celebration featuring speaker Joi Gordon, Dress for Success International Chief Executive Officer. Kae Jonsons, Chair and Terry Gearing, Honorary Chair. Sponsorship opportunities are available for the Women In Leadership Awards Luncheon. Tickets are $75 each. To RSVP visit         Email or call 561.868.7070.


1 THE WEST PALM BEACH CENTER FOR ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY (WestPalmCAT) — virtual evening of jazz showcase an exciting mix of prerecorded live music by several of the great talents in South Florida with some favorite recordings from the vast archives of MCG Jazz out of Pittsburgh; 7pm. Nicole Henry, an award-winning jazz singer and resident of West Palm Beach, will serve as the evening’s MC, in addition to performing several songs in the virtual concert. Bruce Lewis and Darryl Bey, Co-Chairs. To register for the free event, visit


16 PALM BEACH FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIANS & JEWS -- Sunday Series; 4pm via Zoom featuring Robert Watson presentation "George Washington's Final Battle: The Epic Struggle to Build a Capital City and a Nation." Visit for registration link.


12 THE RYAN LICHT SANG BIPOLAR FOUNDATION — Evening of Insights. Opening night preview of INSIGHTS IV, juried exhibition of Self-Portraits by artists with Bipolar Disorder at the John H. Surovek Gallery, followed by dinner at Cafe Boulud. Gallery Preview 5:30pm-7:30pm. Dinner at 7:45pm. Call 888.944.4408.

13 PALM BEACH ISLAND HOSPICE FOUNDATION — Hospice Evening 2022; 7pm at the Flagler Museum. Gaye and James Engel, Chairs. Call 561.832.8585.


19 TOWN OF PALM BEACH UNITED WAYCampaign Luncheon at The Breakers Palm Beach; 11:30am-2pm. For invitations call 561.655.1919.

22 THE PALM BEACH POLICE & FIRE FOUNDATION — Annual Palm Beach Policemen's & Fire Fighters' Ball at  Mar-a-Lago honoring Annie and Michael Falk. Linda Gary and Michael Belisle, Honorary Chairs; Monika and John Preston, Chairs. Call 561 820.8118.


6 AMERICAN FRIENDS OF MAGEN DAVID ADOM — Annual Gala at The Breakers Palm Beach. By invitation.


21 THE FOUNDATIONS SCHOOL AT CENTER FOR CREATIVE EDUCATION — Arts for Literacy Summer Program; 8am-5pm daily. All students entering grades K through 3 in Fall 2021 (Must be age 5 by 9/1/21) through July 30th. The Foundations School uses a sliding fee scale based on household size and income, and no one is turned away for inability to pay. To register visit or for more information visit, call 561.805.9927 or email Dr. Kevin Kovacs at to register.




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