Annie Falk, Daphne Nikolopoulos, Patrick Park, Aime Dunstan and Jerry Rabinowitz
Patrick M. Park recently opened his magnificent Bear’s Club estate in Jupiter, FL, to fete Palm Beach Entertaining authors Annie Falk, Victoria Amory, Aime Dunstan and Daphne Nikolopoulos, along with photographer Jerry Rabinowitz. More than 200 revelers rounded out the guest list, including Park’s fellow hosts featured among the pages of this must-have tome.
It! Girls Sofie, Lindsey, Aime, Lena and Jennifer
Entertained by a Mariachi band, a pianist and a poolside Latin band, guests enjoyed cocktails and a lavish dinner buffet in celebration of a book that is taking Palm Beach and New York by storm. Guests included Kathryn and Leo Vecellio, Dorothy and Sidney Kohl, Christine and Bill Aylward, Mimi and Leigh McMakin, Talbott Maxey, Camilla and Bruce Helander, Briana Beaty, Julie and Howard Rudolph, Crissy Poorman and Douglas Luce, and Gloria and Joseph Stolman.
With a foreword by internationally renowned chef Alain Ducasse, PALM BEACH ENTERTAINING ($45, Rizzoli New York) offers unprecedented entrée into the exclusive world of Palm Beach, renowned for its lavish lifestyle and grand parties. This personal invitation into the private homes of Palm Beach’s most-celebrated members of society shows how to bring high style to your own gatherings at home. More than twenty hosts open their doors, revealing their secrets for entertaining along with one hundred of their most tried-and-true recipes. And it is all done in the spirit of giving—the net proceeds from the book benefit the Children’s Home Society, a charitable organization with a proven network of adoption, early childhood development, and family support services.
Palm Beach Entertaining
Books may be purchased online at www.chsfl.org/palmbeachentertaining, by phone at 561/868-4300, and at Children’s Home Society of Florida, 3333 Forest Hill Blvd., West Palm Beach, FL 33406.
Annie Falk with the mariachis!
About Children’s Home Society of Florida: Created in 1902, Children’s Home Society of Florida is the oldest and largest statewide private not-for-profit provider of services to children and families in Florida. The Palm Beach Division, established in 1964, serves more than 18,000 children and families in Palm Beach County each year through a full spectrum of programs that include adoption, child development, dependency case management, emergency shelters, residential group homes, parent education, counseling, mentoring, and more. CHS’ headquarter is in Winter Park, Fla. with nearly 100 locations and more than 1,800 staff members dedicated to providing child-focused, family-centered care. For more information about CHS go to www.chsfl.org or call (561) 868-4300.
PHOTOS BY LUCIEN CAPEHART PHOTOGRAPHY
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