7 Things To Do In Palm Beach County In September

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BRAZILIAN BEATS AND EATS

Spice up September by sambaing over to the Brazilian Beat festival held at Mizner Park Amphitheater on Sept. 8. Celebrate Brazil’s Independence Day with authentic cuisine and cocktails, costumed Rio-style dancers and a headlining performance by Latin Grammy Award-nominee and samba star Diogo Nogueira. (free; myboca.us)

TWILIGHT YOGA

TWILIGHT YOGA AT THE LIGHT

Join Mary Veal at Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum every Monday for Twilight Yoga at the Light. Choose from four different classes, or attend them all, and find your inner peace while perfecting your yoga poses. ($10; jupiterlighthouse.org)

IN CONCERT

Head to Lynn University on Sept. 29 and 30 for the performance of Lynn Philharmonia No.1. The symphony will play excerpts from Wagner, Mozart and Tchaikovsky at the Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center. (Tickets from $35; lynn.tix.com)

Things To Do In Palm Beach

NEW EXHIBITION

On Sept. 29, Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens will unveil its new exhibit, “Hard Bodies: Contemporary Japanese Lacquer Sculpture,” featuring 30 Japanese sculptures by 16 artists. (Ticket prices vary; morikami.org)

PAGE TURNER

PAGE-TURNER

Pick up the newest release from New York Times bestselling author Lauren Groff, known for her award-winning novel “Fates and Furies.” The Gainesville-based writer’s book “Florida” takes readers to different parts of the state as each chapter tells a different narrative. Characters, like two young, abandoned sisters and a troubled wife and mother, meet challenges brought on by both nature and the human condition. (From $18.63; bn.com)

TASTE THE PALM BEACHES

Spend the month exploring what local restaurants throughout the Palm Beaches are serving up during Flavor Palm Beach. More than 50 restaurants from Jupiter to Boca Raton will offer innovative three-course lunches and dinners. (From $20; flavorpb.com)

CHEERS, BEERS AND BRATS

The American German Club is bringing a mini Oktoberfest to the Palm Beaches on Sept. 16 with all-you-can-drink German and domestic beer, wine, a variety of tasty treats and lawn games for the whole family. (Tickets $20; americangermanclub.org)


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