Moved to May
The Palm Beach International Boat Show, one of the top five events of its kind in the U.S., rescheduled its annual event in late March for May 14-17. Located along West Palm Beach’s waterfront, the 35th edition features 2.7 million square feet of displays for yachts to marine gear, sport and fishing demonstrations, enhanced dining and a VIP lounge.
101 South Flagler Drive; pbboatshow.com
Level Yoga, which operates two studios in Vero Beach, would like its patrons (and newcomers) to stick to their yoga practices while at home. It’s among a growing number of independent fitness brands in the region who are shifting to virtual classes. Live streamed on Zoom, instructors lead popular classes from yin deep stretch to barre.
CoLab Comes Through
Rather than fighting crowds at the grocery store, Stuart-based CoLab Farms established a drive-thru service for well-stocked bushel boxes. Pick up produce and other homemade products on Wednesdays and Sundays, with the next one scheduled for March 22 from 10 a.m. to noon. Other goodies are chocolate beet cake, sourdough bread, honey and eggs.
53 SW Linden Street; colabfarms.com
Hurray for Harvest
Gift cards are a great way to support local restaurants in these tough times. Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar, a farm-to-table favorite in Delray Beach, is donating all proceeds from gift cards—priced at a discount of 10 percent—to its staff’s emergency fund. The extensive takeout menu includes spicy shrimp noodle bowls, lemon thyme chicken and braised short ribs.