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JAN-FEB 2019

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The Flagler Museum showcases the history of Palm Beach through the home of Henry Flagler, the oil and railroad magnate and developer of modern Florida. His residence, designed by Thomas Hastings and John Carrère, speaks to the Gilded Age, and of course there is his restored personal railcar to see as well. The Norton Museum, which has been under renova- tion, will reopen in late February. While they have all types of exhibits, I really enjoy the small but noteworthy permanent collection. I go to The Society of the Four Arts primarily for its library, which is wonder- ful. The gardens there are pretty as well, but I do love the gardens at The Church of Bethesda-by- the-Sea. Remember to bring some quarters to buy food for the beautiful koi! The best way to tour the city is on foot or by bicycle. The Lake Trail is where you see the Lake The best way to tour the city is on foot or by bicycle. The Lake Trail is where you see the Lake Worth lagoon and get glimpses behind the hedges of the magnificent homes. —LETA AUSTIN FOSTER AUTHENTIC PROVENCE HOLDEN LUNTZ GALLERY THE SOCIETY OF THE FOUR ARTS 68 | J A N U A R Y/ F E B R U A R Y 2 0 1 9

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