5 Things to do this Weekend; February 15-17

ArtiGras, Art Shows, and Live Music

 

Artigras Fine Arts Festival- Come out to one of the most popular fine arts festivals along the Palm Beaches. The three-day festival at the Abocoa Town Center in Jupiter features interactive art exhibits, live music, and demonstrations that provide an arts experience like no other in South Florida.  The festival is ranked as one of the top 50 art shows in the United States, and showcases a unique juried exhibition of 300 fine artists from all over the country. $6; Sat., Sun., Mon, 10am-6p.m.

Palm Beach Grand Prix- Are you ready to Rumble! Entering its third year, this year's showcase plans to be bigger than ever. Come out and see the vintage and modern cars as they collide on the racetrack. Races will take place over weekend at the Palm Beach International Raceway in Jupiter. Times and Tickets vary. Click here for more details .

Acreage Community Park Jam- So there's a car show, skate park, cow food Truck, and a stage for local talent; what more can you ask for? So come on out and bring a blanket to the Acreage Community Park (6701 140th Ave N, Loxahatchee). This event promises to bring fun for every one of all ages. Free; Saturday 5-10p.m.

Palm Beach Jewelry, Art, and Antique Show- The sparkle and shine has found its way back to Palm Beach county. Celebrating its 10 th year, this years show plans to feature more than 180 international exhibitors, present engaging lecture series and showcase expanded designer stages. A highlight of this year's show will be the "Hope Designer Showcase," curated by interior designer Scott Snyder. The exhibit will feature five room vignettes and will utilize fine art, furniture and decorative accessories from exhibitors in the show to create beautiful spaces that exemplify how antiques integrate into today's lifestyles. $15; Sat-Tues All Day

Palm Beach Marine Flea Market and Seafood Festival- Florida is bordered by the Atlantic to the East, the Gulf to the West, and Lake Okeechobee lays right in the center of the state? So why wouldn't you come out to the Seafood Festival at the south Florida Fairgrounds this weekends. Check out the array of fishing rods, then head over to the seafood booths to try some oyster or crabcake. $7; Sat. & Sun 9-6p.m.

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