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Not-So-Christmas-y Events to Attend this Holiday Season

BY Lexi Sunberg | December 7, 2018 | Feature Features

Although holiday traditions are a cultural high-note, it is always a good idea to step outside your comfort zone and into Palm Beach's social scene. Check out these can't miss, unconventional events—you might just start a new tradition!

Through 4/22
Downton Abbey: The Exhibition

You love the show, and now you can bask in the fully immersive experience of the award-winning Downton Abbey and currently-in-production film adaptation. Enjoy never-before-seen cinematic elements and exclusive footage that will make you fall in love with the series all over again. Tickets $35, City Place, 575 S. Rosemary Ave.

Armarium Styling Lounge
Throughout the hotel, concierge styling services will be provided to guests for some much needed holiday-time self-care. Whether you’re looking for a New Year’s Eve gown for, say, The Colony’s soiree Midnight in the Gardens of Good & Evil, or a simple night out on the town, the folks from Armarium have got you covered. 10am-5pm, Royal Room at The Colony Hotel Palm Beach

Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival

With an impressive chef lineup and newly expanded food program, the 12th annual bash is expected to bring major flavor and talent including Clay Conley, Duff Goldman and Ben Ford, just to name a few. Tickets from $85, various locations

Rising Stars of Opera and Classic Melodies

From opera’s greatest hits to those catchy Broadway favorites, the vocal talents of Palm Beach Opera’s Benenson Young Artist and Apprentice Artist Programs will be belting it out for you. 7pm, tickets from $35, Alexander W. Dreyfoos Jr. Concert Hall

International Polo Club Palm Beach

As the premier polo destination in the world, spanning nearly 250 acres, IPC is the largest in the U.S. Come spectate among fans and enjoy grandstand viewing, stadium seating and a field side Champagne brunch at The Pavilion. Tickets $10, 3667 120th Ave. S., Wellington

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