Things To Do In Kings Point

5 or 10 Barre Fitness Classes at Xtend Barre Delray Beach (Up to 56% Off)

Xtend Barre Delray Beach

Delray Beach

$95 $45

Dance and Pilates techniques are combined in a 55-minute workout that creates a long, lean physique without bulk

$24 for $48 Worth of Kungfu Classes at Practice Kungfu and Tai Chi

Practice Kungfu and Tai Chi

Boynton Beach-Delray Beach

$48 $24

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Intro to Beading, Wire Loop, or Wire Crochet Class at Beads on the Ave (Up to 51% Off)

Beads on the Ave

Beads on the Ave

$35 $17

Amid glittering glass baubles, students learn how to bead or manipulate wires to create their own wearable art

Adult BYOB Art Class for Two, Kids’ After School Art Class, or Family Art Class at Talin Tropic Co. (Up to 68% Off)

Talin Tropic Co.

Talin Tropic

$90 $29

Veteran art instructors give adults and children step-by-step guidance as they complete art projects of various mediums

Three or Five 60-Minute Personal-Training Sessions at One2One Personal Training (Up to 80% Off)

One2One Personal Training

Palm Beach Gym and Fitness Center

$120 $29.99

The personal trainer, a three-time powerlifting champion, creates custom workout plans

One Month of Unlimited CrossFit Classes or 20 Classes at CrossFit Hardcore BarTown (Up to 80% Off)

CrossFit Hardcore BarTown

Delray Beach

$150 $49

Experienced CrossFit coaches lead students through ever-changing workouts that emphasize functional movements that benefit daily activities

Beginner Fused Glass or Copper Foil Technique Class for One or Two at Schmidt Stained Glass (Up to 55% Off)

Schmidt Stained Glass

Delray Beach

$65 $30

Stained glass experts guide students through the basics of glass fusing and copper-foil technique

One Month of Unlimited On-Ramp Classes for One or Two Beginners at CrossFit Dimensions (Up to 67% Off)

CrossFit Dimensions

Delray Beach

$150 $55

Instructors teach newbies how to skillfully perform basic CrossFit movements to protect joints and muscles from injury

One or Three 60-Minute Private Golf Lessons at Delray Beach Golf Club (Up to 63% Off)

Delray Beach Golf Club

Delray Beach Golf Club

$90 $39

PGA Class A instructors help players improve skills, lower scores, and better enjoy the game

Hookah, Wine & Appetizer, or Hookah, Appetizer, and Drinks at Breathe Restaurant and Ultra Lounge (Up to 50% Off)

Breathe Restaurant and Ultra Lounge

Atlantic Grove Condominiums

$20 $10

Restaurant-turned-hookah-lounge features a range of shisha flavors, Mediterranean appetizers, and bottles of premium liquor such as Ciroc

One Month of Unlimited Boot-Camp Classes for One or Two at Beast Fitness (Up to 53% Off)

Beast Fitness

Crossfit Dimensions

$80 $39

Intensive boot-camp classes combine strength and agility training with TRX

Golf Lesson with Video and Swing Analysis or High-Speed Video and Swing Analysis (Up to 63% Off)

Swing Technologies

Villa Delray GC at Palm Greens

$100 $39

40 years’ worth of professional instruction and high-speed video at 300 frames per second team up to help students improve swing mechanics

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DeLux Nightclub is a swanky escape for night prowlers, who can dance to energetic music amid dim twinkles of color or sip cocktails in an eclectic outdoor lounge. The sleek bar attracts guests with beer ($5–$6) and refreshing mixed drinks ($7–$10), which ease mingling and enhance tongues' abilities to activate postage-stamp adhesive.

16 E Atlantic Ave
Delray Beach,
FL
US

Dedicated to communicating and celebrating the intricacies of Japanese art and culture for 33 years, The Morikami Museum has cooked up a visual feast of 5,000 art objects, rotating exhibits, 200 acres of lush, meticulously maintained gardens, and enlightening events such as tea ceremonies conducted in its Seishin-an tea house. The dual membership gifts up to two people unlimited access to the museum and gardens for one year, free admission to annual festivals, exclusive invitation to members-only receptions, and a host of discounts for events, local restaurants, and more.

4000 Morikami Park Rd
Delray Beach,
FL
US

A veteran of the arts, with more than 15 years of experience, Sarita Ciallella has performed her fair share of gymnastic, dancing, and acting routines. But it wasn't until May 2003 that these passions culminated in Virtuous Productions, a performing-arts community center where she could imbue kids, teens, and adults with her knowledge of the arts. Together with a dedicated staff of instructors, including dancers and acting coaches, Sarita's mission—to teach new artists creative skills in a purposeful and moral way—has never changed. Sarita and her team uphold the center's seven core values: excellence, innovation, teamwork, respect, integrity, social profit, and joy.

The schedule runs six days a week to keep dancers of any age or ability tapping, salsa-ing, and rhythmically stomping their feet across the studio's competition-size floor, which is made of the same material as the floor on Dancing with the Stars. Film and television classes teach aspiring stars how to emote for the camera and how to never lose a staring contest with the camera man, and the company's in-house shooting crew captures special moments with half- and full-day shoots that include editing, DVDs, and makeup applications.

Virtuous Productions also supports the arts through Virtuous Nites, which offer a safe, smoke- and drink-free environment for partiers to let loose and dance.

149 Northeast 2nd Avenue
Delray Beach,
FL
US

Established: 1990

Staff Size: 11?25 people

Average Duration of Services: 2?4 hours

Pro Tip: Plan extra time to enjoy downtown Delray Beach before or after the event.

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Parking: Parking garage

Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Concerts and festivals

Recommended Age Group: All Ages

On Friday, May 9th, the Delray Beach Center for the Arts hosts a celebration of flavor as it presents the Old School BeerFest. The fest assembles more than 50 craft beers and ciders from around the world, along with a little bit of wine, a lot of food, and hours of live music. Guests get unlimited samples of the beverages and unlimited earfuls of tunes from bands such as Pocket Change and Jay Blues Band. The organizers even put together a game area, where visitors can play a few classic outdoor games or compete to see who has the best foam mustache.

51 N Swinton Ave
Delray Beach,
FL
US

It's 1980-something. Glen, a young boy, dons a pair of glasses with one blue lens and one red, excited by this new technology that's supposed to make things on the screen pop out at you. During the next two hours, Glen ducks swooping avians during the revival of Alfred Hitchcock's ¬The Birds in 3-D, terrified, yet thrilled. This is one of Glen Gray's earliest memories about the theater his father built more than 30 years ago. Today, Glen lives out those moments each day as the proprietor of Movies of Delray, where the projectors roll a medley of Hollywood features, and foreign, art-house, and independent films.

Gold walls and burgundy curtains lend to the lobby’s art-deco air, and a large chandelier illuminates more than 60 pencil drawings of movie icons of yore, such as John Wayne, Elvis, and Marilyn Monroe. This old-fashioned lobby disguises the updates within: brand-new bathrooms, granite countertops at the concession stand, and in the theaters themselves, digital surround sound and updated seating. Rows of black leather seats cushion moviegoers with high backs and wide benches so cozy that Glen claims guests have fallen asleep in them, only waking up at the end of the picture or when Bruce Willis turns out to have been a metaphor all along.

In celebration of film, professor Shelly Isaacs graces the theater with screenings of obscure Oscar-winning or Oscar-nominated foreign films. After each screening, he discusses the film with audiences, dissecting and analyzing the cinematography, characters, and plot.

7421 W Atlantic Ave
Delray Beach,
FL
US

Housed in a restored 1924 bungalow, Dada feels more like a chic friend's home than a typical restaurant. The owners use its different rooms to their advantage, offering a choice of spaces with different artwork and ambience. In one, you might eat a quiet, romantic dinner next to a fireplace; in another, there might be a reggae band playing well into the evening. Other performers take to the open mics in the basement, and outside voices are allowed to run free in a huge yard twinkling with lights. It all adds up to an experience that's quite different from the usual mold of South Florida nightlife, and the name Dada reflects that art movement's love for incongruous juxtapositions.

There's nothing absurd or surreal about two-time Delray Beach Garlic Festival champion chef Bruce Feingold's cuisine, however?it's simply creative, eclectic, and accessible. There is, for instance, a sandwich spilling over with seven different kinds of cheese?ranked as the second best grilled cheese in the area by the New Times (which has also given Dada high marks for its late-night eats and its bartenders). There are also more grown-up options, including lots of fresh fish. But for dessert, it's hard to resist the pure decadence of the Bunny, a sticky brownie with ice cream and bacon caramel.

52 N Swinton Ave
Delray Beach,
FL
US

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