In 1980, a group of prominent citizens created the Preservation Foundation to preserve the architectural and cultural heritage and the unique scenic quality of the Town of Palm Beach.
The annual Historic Properties Workshop will explore the restoration of landmarked structures as a catalyst for revitalization.
The third year of the Polly Jessup Design Series will feature Jennifer Garrigues as the distinguished lecturer on interior design in Palm Beach.
Join us for an all-day celebration in Pan's Garden featuring speakers and activities that showcase the garden's indigenous plants and the wildlife they support.
Join us for an intimate cocktail reception for members to kick off the 25th anniversary of Pan's Garden.
An evening about our founding Chairman, Earl E. T. Smith, will feature Jose Pepe Fanjul in conversation with The Honorable Lesly S. Smith about his legacy.
The Ballinger Award commemorates the restoration of a landmarked estate that best exemplifies the traditions of Palm Beach’s original houses and celebrates the architects who designed them.
The Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach's 38th Annual Dinner Dance will be held in Bradley Park.
The Elizabeth L. and John H. Schuler Award was founded in 2005 by Mr. and Mrs. Schuler to recognize new architecture that is designed and built in keeping with the traditional styles of Palm Beach architecture.
Every year, fourteen rising Yale seniors are selected to be the Whiffenpoofs, the world’s oldest and most famous collegiate a cappella group, and take the year off of school to tour and perform.