Take a break from the holiday bustle and spend some time with family & friends. Wishing everyone a happy holiday.
PALM BEACH GARDENS FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT
Friday Night Family Flicks at the Borland Center at Midtown, 4889 PGA Blvd., screening a holiday double feature at 7 p.m. Friday, See Once Upon a Stable and It’s A Wonderful Life. $3 or $20 family-pack includes admission for up to 6, popcorn and soda.
ANDY WARHOL, THE BAZAAR YEARS 1951-1964
This exhibition which is on display at the Society of the Four Arts through Jan. 15, presents some of Warhol’s finest contributions to Harper’s Bazaar, reproduced as they were originally published. Admission is free to members and children under 14. All others, $5.
ICE AGE FLORIDA
Through Jan. 15 at Sandoway House in Delray, celebrate 50 million years of fossil history with the return of the hugely popular exhibit featuring lifelike replicas and genuine fossils of ancient creatures that roamed Florida such as mastodons, mammoths, giant sloths, giant beavers, bison, rhinoceros, saber tooth cats and shark species.
ZENMI — A TASTE OF ZEN: PAINTINGS, CALLIGRAPHY AND CERAMICS FROM THE COLLECTION OF RIVA LEE ASBELL
Through Jan. 22, at Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens. The exhibition features more than 80 works of art including paintings and calligraphy mounted as hanging scrolls, inscribed ceramics used in the tea ceremony and other objects associated with the practice of Zen, which are examples of the genre of Japanese art called zenga.
THE EMPEROR’S ORDERS: DESIGNS FROM THE QIANLONG IMPERIAL WORKSHOP (1736 -1796)
Through Feb. 19, Norton Museum of Art. Features 10 objects in various media; painting, jade, ceramic, glass and metalwork, all created for the greatest art collector in 18th-century China, the Qianlong Emperor.
Learn Delray Beach history and architecture and the South Florida family lifestyle from 1915 to 1935. Hours: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays through April and by appointment. Guided tours are offered. $4 adults.