Best Palm Beach County Events for November

November 16, 2018

With the holiday season coming into full swing, there’s so many great happenings in our local area! Here’s a few of my favorites!


Feast of Little Italy – Get ready to ‘mangia’ on some of the best Italian food in all of Palm Beach County at this grand festival downtown Abacoa.  The celebrated three-day family Italian street festival starts Friday night, November 2 and runs through Sunday, November 4. Guests will enjoy national entertainment, authentic food, festival rides and games, free wine and cooking demonstrations and more. Advance tickets are $5 or $8 at the gate.  Children 12 and under are free and there is free parking. For more information visit:


CityPlace Annual Tree Lighting – Downtown West Palm Beach is welcoming you home for the holidays on Saturday, November 10.  Festivities begin at 3pm and the tree will be lit after a holiday spectacular performance by Dance South Florida starting at 6pm.  You will not want to miss the beauty of the 40-foot holiday tree and the season’s first snowfall in CityPlace. For more information, visit:


Juno Beach Craft Festival On The Ocean – Now in its 17th year, this fun festival is a Palm Beach favorite – surely not to be missed!  Stroll along the scenic A1A in Juno Beach and shop handmade fine crafts, paintings, photography, glassworks and more. Get a jump start on holiday gifts at this fabulous FREE craft event taking place on Saturday, November 10 and Sunday, November 11 – both days the festival runs 10am – 5pm.  For more information, visit:


Downtown At The Gardens Holiday Tree Lighting – Another family-friendly opportunity to ring in the holiday festivities is happening on Saturday, November 24th from 5-8pm in Palm Beach Gardens! Guests will enjoy a dazzling light show and tree lighting, a special visit from Mrs. Claus, cookies & milk station, holiday letter-writing station, festive entertainment and much more! For more info, visit:


Palm Beach Holiday Boat Parade –  Yes, this spectacular event happens in December but since it’s taking place on Saturday, December 1, I wanted to include it this month so you don’t miss out on one of our county’s best events! The parade begins at 6pm at the north end of the Lake Worth Lagoon and proceeds north on the Intracoastal Waterway to the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. Tens of thousands of spectators will come out to enjoy the procession of dozens of decorated vessels sparkling on the Intracoastal Waterway beneath a backdrop of traveling fireworks. There will be extended fireworks at Harbourside Place, plus a grand finale at the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. For more info, visit: