The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on March 29, 1998 · Page 832
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 832

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, March 29, 1998
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M SL THE PALM BEACH POST SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1998 3D lie people in the TODAY "People Who THOM SMITH'S A Pa Party" party love '.S" A Game Room, 1-3 p.m. and 4-6 p.m. Sundays at The Port St. Lucie Community Center, 2195 S.E. Airoso Blvd., Port St. Lucie. Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult. The fee for each session is $1 per person. Call 878-2277. COMING MONDAY a challenge - especially one that has nothing to do with politics, since they are not political partyers. No, they prefer challenges of a natural origin, and this is their month. As the March winds blow, they relish the opportunity to bring out their most visible and least aerodynamic hats. Then they try to keep them on - at restaurants, clubs, polo matches, soirees. The group, affectionately known as the "Hat Squad," was most evident as they swirled into the Mar-a-Lago Club for the annual "Mad Hatters" Lunch, a benefit for Home Safe. Spring break camp, 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. " through April 3 at the Fort Pierce Community " Center, 600 N. Indian River Drive. The camp, for children 5 through 12, will include games, movies, crafts and more. The cost is $70 per child. Daily ' rates are available. Call 492-1792. (U' J ' LOOKING AHEAD ". v ' Catherine Adler and Chandra Bill at 'Mad Hatters' Lunch Photos by LUCIEN CAPEHART PHOTOGRAPHY Brenda Dean (left) and Fran Luckoff at Mar-a-Lagb Club lunch for the Ballet Florida Guild , Jazz jam, 7 p.m. Thursday at Common Ground, 131 N. Second St., downtown Fort Pierce. Features Jimmy Van Go and Ossie Wright Jr. Call '.460-5414. Indiantown Spring Festival, April 3-5 at Timer Powers Park, County Road 726 (Citrus Bou-, levard), in Indiantown. This fourth annual family festival includes arts and crafts, blacksmith demon-r stration, petting zoos, live entertainment, ethnic . food, local school performers. Admission is free, , parking is $2. Call 597-2184. IN PALM BEACH COUNTY Ingrid Tremain at 'Mad Hatters' Lunch .- ... j --t-Zw-v;-" 13 "''V.y I t I v Si V Java n Jazz featuring David Tomassello i Group and Vera Guimaraes and David Allen, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. today at Centennial Square, downtown West Palm Beach. Admission is free. Includes free coffee from Starbucks. Brunch is available from area restaurants. Call 659-8007. 13th Annual Palm Beach Boat Show, on - the Intracoastal Waterway along Flagler Drive be Astrid Rodrigues (left), Marie Rattner and Anne Eskelinen at 'Mad Hatters' Lunch Denise Alexander (left) and Jill Brown at Club Colette for Hermes fashion show and lunch Delia Rounick (left) and Jasmine Horowitz at Club Colette for Hermes fashion show and lunch tween Clematis and Pern streets in West Palm Beach. Hours: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. today. Tickets $7; $2 :-kids 6-12. Call 833-5711. The Whales of Randy Puckett, exhibition ;- and sale of sculptures to benefit the Wild Dolphin ' Project of Jupiter and the Sarasota Dolphin Research Often heard but seldom seen John Kluge (right) and wife Maria with hosts Jack and Lorraine Friedman at Breakers dinner to launch Mental Health Alliance Foundation. Mort Kaye Studios Program. The Whales of Randy Puckett gallery is 1 temporarily housed at the Bluffs Shopping Center, ' 4050 S. U.S. 1, Jupiter. The exhibit is open through April 5. Gallery hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; reception hours are 5-8 p.m.; Sunday reception hours are 11 One more time, Palm Beach Pops director Bob Lappin signals, as Maureen McGovern (with Rocky) sings encore from that other ship disaster, The Poseidon Adventure. Lucien Capehart Photography a.m.-6 p.m. Call 745-5552. Jazz Combo Festival, 7 p.m. Monday at the Duncan Theatre on the Palm Beach Community Ifrs 9k . . College Campus in Lake Worth. Features groups from PBCC Honda Atlantic University and Dreyfoos , School of the Arts. Admission: $5. Call 439-8141. Place Vendome: A Chronicle of Social History and Restoration, a slide-illustrated lecture and luncheon featuring Alexis Gregory, noon Monday at the Colony Hotel Pavilion. A book-signing will follow. U-' 'j Beth Ault (left) and Stacy Sacco check out Faith Van Chef's watercolor during opening at the Clarke Gallery. LUCIEN CAPEHART PHOTOGRAPHY M dm Finlandia Days, Bryant Park, downtown MY- . ; Lake Worth. Today's activities include music, food and games. Free. Call 586-3713. Israel at 50 celebration, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. at , Kaplan Jewish Community Center, 3151 N. Military - Trail, West Palm Beach. Features live Israeli music, dancing, foods, lectures and exhibits. Call 689-7700 ', for more information. DAVIDOFF STUDIOS Marjorie 'Marwie' Post Dye, granddaughter of Marjorie Merriweather Post, with Tom Jones after his show at The Mar-a-Lago Club. Lucien Capehart Photography In this family, everyone wears a hat. Brazilian Court executive chef Claude Millien with Orrico sisters Cathy (left) Colleen and Casey - celebrity chefs for the March of Dimes. "We promised Mom she could live with us as long as she wanted. How could we break our promise?" Engage in some HEALTHY conversation. II We are pleased to present the following events as part of our ongoing Community Support Groups. DELR AY Medical Center Tenet South Florida HealrhSysfem bu vowed to do everything in your rxjwer to take care of your mother yourself. And you'll sacrifice almost anything to do it. But the day may come when she'll need more care than you can giv e her. That's when "doing the right thing" may mean going back on your w ord, and seeking professional care for your Mom. It could be one of the hardest things you'll ever have to do. Call 1-800-800-CARE (22-3) Kardiac Kids 7 p.m. First and Third Thursday of every month Delray Medical Center - Cafeteria Linda Donahue For registration call (561) 734 5676 Arthritis Support Group 7 8 p.m., Third Tuesday of every month Delray Medical Center - Physician's Dining Room Ellen Fleischer For registration call (561) 495-9418 Scleroderma Support Group 1:30 3 p.m.. Second Saturday Delray Medical Center - Physician's Dining Room Elaine Escohedo For registration call (561) 73 9516 Epilepsy Support Group 6 9 p.m.. Fourth Wednesday Delray Medical Center - Physician's Dining Room Amy McEachran For registration call 1(800) 940-651 5 Male Menopause & Impotence Support Group 7 8 p.m.. Third Thursday Delray Medical Center - Physician's Dining Room Brniamin Tnpp . MD.PRCSC . For registration call I MOO' fM7-VTf9 Life Links Widowed Persons Services (For Younger Women) 3 S p.m., Third Thursday Oelray Medical Center Physician's Dining Room Beverly Duskm For registration call (561) 832-3755 Widowed Persons Services 10:30 12 noon. Every Saturday Del ray Medical Center - Physician's Dtntn Room Annie Weisher For registration call (5M) 832-3755 Ostomy Support Group 2 4 p.m. First Sunday of every month Delray Medical Center - Plnecrest Cafeteria Ann Hauser For registration call l5M) 448-7257 Gamblers Anonymous 7 9:30 p.m., Every Sunday Delray Medical Center - Physician's DWng Room Allan Brdlman For registration call (561 1 4s5-6-tf6 Prostate Cancer Support Group & Lecture Series 7 - 8:30 p.m. First Wednesday of every month Delray Medical Center Physician s Dlninj Room VD t rol, .CIS! For rreisiratKm call 1 8.V Name vie can help. Not only will we provide highly-skilled nursing care for your mother 2 hours a day. we will also extend our care to you. 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