March 9th, 2019
Spring is heating up! Meet authors, hear high-caliber jazz performers and spend the evening on Antique Row. There’s more than ever to see and do this March in The Palm Beaches.
See some of baseball’s top teams in action in a relaxed, fan-friendly atmosphere. Spring Training is a favorite of fans—and anyone looking for a fun experience. The players are relaxed, signing autographs and talking to fans, and fans get the chance to see teams learning to play together after a winter break. The action takes place now until March 24.
Cheer on your home team! World Series Champion Houston Astros, the St. Louis Cardinals, the Washington Nationals, Miami Marlins and more descend on The Palm Beaches. Visit FITTEAM Ballpark of The Palm Beaches for a truly intimate sporting experience. The park is home to Houston Astros and the Washington Nationals and is about a quarter the size of MLB’s smallest regular-season stadium, meaning it offers an intimate setting with big-league amenities. Head to the Craft Corner and choose from 32 craft beers on tap and watch your team play ball.
Located in Jupiter, Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium offers an even more intimate game-day experience. With fewer than 7,000 seats, this stadium is home base for four minor league teams. The stadium hosts the Miami Marlins and the St. Louis Cardinals. Grab one of the famous Dean Dogs– a jumbo hot dog with peppers and onions –and sing “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” during the seventh inning stretch.
The Palm Beaches are Florida’s Cultural Capital® and this festival shows off the area’s best. High-caliber jazz and classical performers and award-winning authors and speakers share their talents. Hear pianist Joachim Horsley blend new arrangements of classical music and afro-Caribbean rhythms, and hear from speakers including United States Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky.
From opening to close, this 10-day festival revels in the talents of top-rated performers, musicians, producers and all things art in true Boca style. Enjoy the arts with us, March 1-10.
On March 9, the most fashionable street party in South Florida hits West Palm Beach. Antique Row comes to life with music, special entertainment, food and beverages. Bring your treasures to the antique appraisal tent or simply mill about admiring pieces of history.
The Antique Row District is a one-of-a-kind Palm Beach stop. Several blocks are filled with antique wares, small bistros and historic neighborhoods. It’s the kind of place where you’re bound to stumble upon a gem.
Get out your green outfit—it’s that time of year when we all become Irish for a day. Even if you don’t have a pot of gold, you can celebrate the culture and history of Ireland right in The Palm Beaches. March 15 and 16 on Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach, enjoy food, beer, cocktails, live music, entertainment, games, vendors and a kids’ area. Admission is free for both the parade pre-party on March 15 and the festival and parade on March 16. Feel lucky and celebrate!
Bookworms, take your nose out of your new favorite book and meet some literary greats at the Palm Beach Book Festival. Acclaimed authors, actors and literary agents grace the pages of this event March 16. Past talent saw the likes of Leigh Haber, Book Editor for O, the Oprah Magazine; Hollywood screen star Robert Wagner; and Jeffrey Toobin, staff writer for The New Yorker and senior analyst for CNN.
What’s better than bacon creations? Pairing those creations with handcrafted bourbon, of course! This culinary journey with a pig and barrel takes place March 22-24 at the Community Center and Amphitheater in Wellington.
Pig out on a menu made by local chefs paired with bourbon, Irish whiskey, rye whiskey, cold beer or wine. This festival feels like an intimate backyard BBQ with games like Jenga and checkers, and even infamous pig races. Eat and drink your fill at this free-admission event.
It’s all things nautical! From March 28-31, find everything from mega yachts to a new outboard at the Palm Beach International Boat Show. Shop clothing, gear and sailing paraphernalia of all kinds. Everything from cigarette boats to fishing vessels, high-performance speedboats, cruisers and super yachts will be on display amid balmy breezes.
Formerly PrideFest of Lake Worth, this celebration has grown into one of the largest festivals in South Florida. On March 30 and 31, celebrate LGBTQ pride with live music, merchandise, local food and the pride parade. Explore freedom of expression, cultural diversity and the contributions of our LGBTQ community.
Don’t hide in your shell! Loggerhead Marinelife Center hosts a free, family-friendly event with close encounters with threatened and endangered sea turtles. Visit the center’s ocean-side campus March 23 to meet sea turtles, view fine art, shop and enjoy activities like children’s games, educational presentations, food, music and a Global Village. TurtleFest provides up-close looks at endangered and local species of native loggerheads, green and leatherback turtles. Discover what makes these resident stars so integral to The Palm Beaches.
Source: The Palm Beaches