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Autumn Action: Play This Fall in Broward, Boca Raton and Palm Beach

Autumn Action: Play This Fall in Broward, Boca Raton and Palm Beach

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The heat of the scorching summer has melted into the fall, giving way to months of deals, farmers markets, festivals and the return of our favorite musical acts. For more up-to-date happenings, visit


The Delray Beach Market has launched weekly activations, including ladies’ nights, mixology classes and family-friendly activities. 33 SE 3rd Ave., Delray Beach; 561.562.7000;


Hollywood’s Dream Car Classic Car Show brings classic, modern and custom cars onto the boulevard the first Sunday of the month. 954.825.1027;

Let out your rage at Wreck It Ft. Laudy
Let out your rage at Wreck It Ft. Laudy


Head into Wreck It Ft. Laudy’s rage room to blow off some steam by smashing TVs, printers and plenty of other junk with hammers and bats. 830 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Ste. 105; 954.951.0347;


L’Chaim Farm is Dania Beach’s newest farmers market and the only Cholov Yisroel Kosher farm in Florida. Each Sunday, stock up on weekly groceries and enjoy family-friendly activities like horseback riding and giant Jenga. There’s also a selection of fresh produce available for Shabbat pick-up on Thursday afternoons. 5511 Woodland Lane, Dania Beach; 305.707.1065;


Up your yoga practice with an aerial class at Bamboo Garden Yoga, where you’ll wrap yourself in a silk hammock while you strengthen your posture and amp up each pose. 88 SE 4th Ave., Delray Beach; 561.665.1770;

FAU Stadium
FAU Stadium


Feel the electrifying energy inside the FAU stadium when you take the family to see the Owls take on other Division 1 football teams on the field through December. Check the game schedule for match ups. 777 Glades Road, Boca Raton;


From Jupiter to Boca Raton, more than 50 restaurants are participating in Flavor Palm Beach, the county’s restaurant month that runs the entire month of September. Support new and old favorites by dining out and taking advantage of the discounted prix fixe menus.


The West Palm Beach GreenMarket returns Oct. 2 to downtown’s great lawn. With about 90 vendors and family-friendly activities every Saturday morning, it’s easy to see how it was named the No. 1 farmers market in the U.S. by USA Today 10Best. 100 S. Clematis St., West Palm Beach; 561.822.1500;

“Cher” at Lips (Photo by Michael Murphy)
“Cher” at Lips (Photo by Michael Murphy)


This dinner-and-a-show experience is unmatched. From its costume designs to talented performers, you will be mesmerized and entertained all evening long at Lips Drag Queen Show Palace, Restaurant & Bar’s Glitz & Glam drag experience every Friday and Saturday night. 1421 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Fort Lauderdale; 954.567.0987;


For a fun-filled day with the whole family, head over to Lighthouse Cove Adventure Golf, where mini golf, burgers and ice cream await. 617 N. Highway A1A, Jupiter; 561.203.7965;

This story is from the Fall 2021 issue. Read the magazine here.