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Zoo Lights, Ginger Bread Tiki Bar, and Polar Express round out this weekend's events

5 fun things to do this weekend in South Florida
 Miracle Bar Pop-Up Coming to Grandview Public Market
Posted at 12:06 PM, Nov 25, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-25 12:07:03-05

JUPITER, Fla. — As we inch past Thanksgiving, South Florida is certainly trimming the trees, and decking the halls for the holidays.
1) Zoo Lights - West Palm Beach

Starting Friday, Nov. 27, Zoo Lights will illuminate Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society with more than one-million eco-friendly LED lights this holiday season.

Enjoy a socially distanced outdoor stroll in nature, get your family photos with Santa, make s'mores, dance to the D.J. playing family-friendly holiday music, and more.

The Zoo will open after regular hours on select nights through Jan. 9, from 6 - 9 p.m. for a "wild" holiday celebration.

2) Miracle Pop-up Bar - West Palm Beach

Grandview Public Market in West Palm Beach’s Warehouse District will host a Christmas-themed bar concept called “Miracle Bar” starting Nov. 24 through the end of this year. The pop-up bar will include a special menu and the type of astonishing holiday decorations that have made it famous around the country.

NOTE: Death or Glory in Delray has had their pop-up bar open since the beginning of Nov.

3) Holiday Wander
Nov. 28 - Christmas Eve (Wednesdays - Sundays). Make your Instagram game fierce.
At The Gardens Mall you can experience a magical world of candy cane swirls and snowflake blizzards. Picture yourself inside a giant snow globe or with Santa’s rooftop view. It will be held on the first level near Saks Fifth Avenue. Admission is $10 per person with all proceeds benefiting The Arc of Palm Beach County.

4) Ginger Bread Tiki Bar - Riviera Beach
An over-the-top gingerbread display – one of the resort’s most treasured annual traditions – will be showcased in the lobby of the Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort. This year’s work of art by Pastry Chef Kursten Restivo, will feature a tropical tiki bar twist. And for the first time, the sugar-trimmed house will offer interactive elements. Chef Kursten’s gingerbread displays are a labor of love. The display will be open to the public starting on Saturday, Nov. 28.

"Guest are going to be able to walk up to it, go inside of it, take pictures. We're going to be doing drinks from out of there every day," said Restivo.

5) Polar Express - Ft. Pierce

Treasure Coast Park at Watch is playing this Christmas cartoon featuring the voice of Tom Hanks. The movie will start at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 28 Tickets are $5 plus taxes and fees and can be purchased in advance.