‘Evening on Antique Row’ featured history and entertainment while celebrating Palm Beach culture
More than 700 guests attended “Evening on Antique Row,” a street party hosted by the Historical Society of Palm Beach County along the antiques district of West Palm Beach. The stretch along south Dixie Highway was highlighted with live entertainment, food trucks, cocktails and more, allowing visitors to explore the area’s 40 unique shops featuring collections of17th to 20th century antiques, decorative arts, period furnishings and fine art. An exclusive after party, hosted byAtlas Party Rental, followed the event.
The event was preceded by a kickoff party for sponsors, host committee and board members at the Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum.
“Evening on Antique Row” was organized by the Young Friends of the Historical Society of Palm Beach County, in partnership with the Antique RowAssociation. The event raised more than $20,000 to benefit the Historical Society of Palm Beach County and its various educational programs for Palm Beach County students. The nonprofit organization preserves and promotes the rich history and cultural heritage of Palm Beach County, as well as pays tribute to the distinctively stylish community on Antique Row.
Sponsors for the event included aioli, Atlas Party Rental, Blue Ocean Capital, James Berwind and Kevin Clark, Boston Beer, Citi Private Bank, City of West Palm Beach, Discover the Palm Beaches, Gourmet Truck Expo, Grimes Events and Party Tents, Nievera Williams Design, Onli Beverages, 97.9 WRMFand Sunny107.9, Palm Beach Garage, Palm Beach Illustrated, Marc Schappell and TomAnderson, Scott Velozo, South Dixie Antique RowAssociation, SupriyaAesthetic Dermatology, Stationer On Sunrise, Stephen Mooney Interiors, Testa’s Restaurant, Tito’s Vodka, Treasure Coast Irrigation and Rood Landscape, Very Important Paws, Villas on Antique Row, West Palm Beach Antique RowArt and Design District.
For more information, call 561-832-4164 or visit www.historicalsocietypbc.org.