If you haven’t yet decided what you’re doing tonight, how’s this for an idea. Get your tickets, dress in all white, prepare a picnic dinner and await notification at 5:00 PM revealing the secret location in West Palm Beach.

You only have a couple hours left to get your tickets:

Single Ticket: $40
Premier Table for Ten: $750
Modeled after the Diner en Blanc held annually in Paris, Dreyfoos in White is a fundraising event for the young at heart. Not only are guests required to wear white, but they must bring their own picnic dinner and white table decor. Don’t be afraid to bring your tallest candelabra and wear your most stylish chapeau, extravagance is encouraged!

There will be a competition for best tablescape. Celebrity Judges will be looking for the best of the best in the following categories: Most Fabulous, Most Humorous and Judges Choice. Special thanks to Bonefish Grill Wellington, McMow Art Glass, Palm Beach Improv and PRP Wine for donating the wonderful prizes!

Note: The secret location will be in West Palm Beach, not Paris

Win a weekend trip for two to Paris or a seven night stay at the luxurious Grand Luxxe Residence Club in Nueva Vallarta, Mexico. Tickets can be purchased in advance or the evening of the event. You do not need to be present to win. Travel restrictions apply. Contest rules available at the Foundation office.

Watch the Dreyfoos in White Segment on The List


About the Dreyfoos School of the Arts

The Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts was founded in 1989 as the premier arts high school in the School District of Palm Beach County, the nation’s eleventh largest school district, serving a county geographically larger than Rhode Island or Delaware.

The school’s location in downtown West Palm Beach places it in the heart of Palm Beach County’s cultural landscape. Just across Iris Street is the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, and within a few blocks are the Norton Museum of Art, the Armory Art Center, Palm Beach Dramaworks, the Cuillo Center for the Arts, and the Ann Norton Sculpture Garden. Opportunities are bountiful for students to participate in the local cultural community.


This blog entry is day 11 of my 30-Day blogging challenge where I have committed to post a blog every day.

Please read the previous blog entries in this series:

Day 12: Inside the Palm Healthcare Foundation in Downtown West Palm Beach on Diabetes Week
Day 11: Honoring our Veterans on Clematis Street – the West Palm Beach Parade!
Day 10: Muses & Visionaries – M&V Magazine & a short chat with Roy Assad
Day 9: What does diversity mean to you? WebMonday & bringing everyone in!
Day 8: Weekend is almost here – Fun things to do in West Palm Beach
Day 7: J. Flynn opening on Clematis – this is an Irish Gastropub, it’s all about the food.
Day 6: Why every small business owner should read the Costco Connection
Day 5: Bee Organics – The new organic café and “lifestyle space” in Downtown West Palm Beach
Day 4: Introducing BarCamp Palm Beach – Monday the 18th of November
Day 3: My top 5 Beaches in Palm Beach County
Day 2: City of West Palm Beach Chili Cookoff
Day 1: It’s November, and I’m Starting the 30-Day Blogging Challenge!