If you’re looking for a way to slow down and really enjoy what’s left of 2011, I recommend you check out some of the community events going on in the Palm Beach County area over the next few weeks.
Spending time with friends and family while attending these events will leave you feeling refreshed and will remind you of what really matters this holiday season!
Community Events on the Palm Beach, FL Area Real Estate Market
Here are some community events going on in the Palm Beach, Florida area during the month of November:
GreenMarket: West Palm Beach recently brought back its GreenMarket for the season on Oct. 15. This weekly market will run through April 2012. Vendors sell everything from fresh-cut flowers to artisan foods. Come check it out and support the local economy!
- When: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays
- Where: Waterfront Commons in downtown West Palm Beach
- Admission: FREE
- More Info: Call 561-822-1515
Flagler Museum Exhibit: This famous museum will have an exhbit titled “First Train to Paradise: The Railroad That Went to Sea” on display through January 2012. The exhibit follows the construction of the Over-Sea Railroad to Key West. The railroad will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2012.
- When: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday
- Where: Flagler Museum, at Cocoanut Row and Whitehall Way in Palm Beach.
- Admission: Admission is $18 for adults, $10 for youth ages 13-17, $3 for children ages 6-12, and children under six are free
- More Info: Call (561) 655-2833
Antiques Festival: Come see how much that family heirloom is worth during the West Palm Beach Antiques Festival. Considered Florida’s biggest and best antique shows, this event attracts dealers from all over the country.
- When: Times vary; November 4 to 6
- Where: South Florida Expo Center, 9067 Southern Boulevard in West Palm Beach, Florida
- Admission: Adults $7, Children under 16 free and Seniors $6. Early Buyers $25
- More Info: Call (561)793-0333.
Investing in Palm Beach County Real Estate
I hope you get a chance to enjoy one of the above Palm Beach County events that I recommended. If you do attend one of them, please let me know how it was and what you thought of it!
Whether that’s community event information or housing market data, you can count on me to provide you with accurate and relevant information.
If you’re thinking about entering the Palm Beach area real estate market soon, then contact me, Dylan Snyder. I’ll be happy to help make navigating the Palm Beach housing market as easy as possible for you and your family!
Until next time,