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       Shelby Hall and Justin and Amanda Frobose        Jasmin Saputer, Connie Rodriguez and Pamela Phillips  Peter Gottsegen, Katie Riley and Felicia Taylor Gottsegen

                                                          For more information on membership with The Young   featuring the new 59,000-square-foot Kenneth C. Griffin
                                                        Friends of Palm Beach Symphony, contact (561) 655-2657   Building, which greatly enhanced the museum’s facilities
                                                        or register online at To   and was accompanied by the complete reinstallation of
                                                        join  the Young  Friends  of  the  Norton  Museum  of Art,   the  museum’s  renowned  collection  in  state-of-the-art
                                                        visit or call (561) 659-6786.  galleries. The Norton is also recognized for advancing
                                                        About Palm Beach Symphony                          the  practice  and  appreciation  of  emerging  and  under-
                                                          Palm Beach Symphony is South Florida’s premier   recognized artists. In 2011, the Norton launched RAW
                                                        orchestra known for its diverse repertoire and commitment   (Recognition of Art by Women). Since its inception, the
                                                        to community. Founded in 1974, this 501(c)(3) nonprofit   series  has  presented  the  work  of  Jenny  Saville,  Sylvia
                                                        arts  organization  adheres  to  a  mission  of  engaging,   Plimack  Mangold,  Phyllida  Barlow,  Klara  Kristalova,
                                                        educating,  and  entertaining  the  greater  community  of   Nina  Chanel Abney,  Njideka Akunyili  Crosby,  Svenja
                                                        the Palm Beaches through live performances of inspiring   Deininger,  and  María  Berrío.  The  expansion  of  the
                                                        orchestral music. The orchestra is celebrated for   Norton also provided new and enhanced facilities for
      Megan Clark, Kate Stamp and Susan Dyer            delivering spirited performances by first-rate musicians   its educational programs, special exhibitions, lectures,
                                                        and  distinguished  guest  artists.  Recognized  by  The   tours, and other activities that serve the m useum’s diverse
                                                        Cultural  Council  for  Palm  Beach  County  with  a  2020   audiences.  It  also  transformed  the  Norton’s  6.3-acre
                                                        Muse Award for Outstanding Community Engagement,   campus into a “museum in a garden” which celebrates
                                                        Palm Beach Symphony continues to expand its education   the beautiful year-round weather in West Palm Beach and
                                                        and community outreach programs with children’s    features new, verdant public spaces and a 37,000-square-
                                                        concerts, student coaching sessions and master classes,   foot sculpture garden.
                                                        instrument donations and free public concerts that have               Photos by Capehart Photography
                                                        reached more than 64,000 students in recent years. For
                                                        more information, visit
                                                        About The Norton Museum Of Art
                                                          The Norton Museum of Art is home to the leading and
                                                        most far-ranging collection of art in Florida and the region,   :
                                                        with distinguished holdings in  American, European,
                                                        Contemporary, and Chinese art and photography. In 2019,
      Courtney and Nicolas Lala                         the Norton unveiled an expansion by Foster + Partners,




           August 27, 2022 from 10 am to 1 pm

           Brain Exploration Day returns to the Max Planck Florida Institute for
           Neuroscience from 10 am to  1 pm on August 27, 2022. Help us celebrate
           the 10th anniversary of the Institute’s opening with games, prizes, hands-
           on stations, tours, and other opportunities to learn about the incredible
           brain research taking place right here in South Florida. This fun and free
           event is open to all ages, but most activities are best suited for ages 4 and

           Advanced registration required. Sign up at or
           scan the QR code below. For questions, email

                                   Use your phone’s
                                   camera to scan and
                                   learn more!

                                                                                                                                      MAX PLANCK FLORIDA
           One Max Planck Way, Jupiter, FL 33458                                           CELEBRATING 10 YEARS IN THE SOUTH FLORIDA LIFE SCIENCE COMMUNITY
                                                                                                                                      INSTITUTE FOR NEUROSCIENCE
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