The 2019 Opening Night Gala Will Celebrate “Paris In Full Bloom”

Join Us On Friday, December 6, 2019

6:30pm – 7:30 pm Benefactor Reception

7:30pm – 12:00am Dinner and Dancing

Our opening night black-tie gala, is arguably the most highly anticipated social event in Jacksonville. The Women’s Board transforms the beautiful Prime F. Osborn Convention Center, which is Jacksonville’s historical downtown train station, into a magical venue featuring the theme of that year’s Show. From “Paris in full bloom”, Old Palm Beach, beautiful London, old world Spain, to the Deep South, faraway India, and Art Deco, our volunteers outdo themselves year after year to create the most incredible ambience possible for our guests. Chefs from Savor work hard all year to create menus highlighting the year’s theme, and the meals they create are truly delectable. Featuring live music until midnight, and sometimes beyond, The Art & Antiques Show Gala is not to be missed!

The 2019 Art & Antiques show is going to WOW with a evening recreating the spectacular ambiance of “Paris in full bloom” spend a glorious evening strolling through the magical gardens of Paris in the city of lights.   Join us for this wonderful event. It will be a weekend to remember.

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Remember past Galas

The 2016 4oth Anniversary Art & Antiques Show was an event to remember.

The 2016 Opening Night Party was a far out, funky and fab event! Thank you to all of the many people who worked tirelessly to make this event the success that it was. We all dug out our black tie disco threads and gathered together a for a look back at the 1970s and all that is reminiscent of that decade. We dined on ’70s inspired favorites like fondue, flambé and even Pop Rocks! Complete with a lighted dance floor, disco ball and The RiverTown Band, this event made for a far out evening.


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