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Twisted Trunk is celebrating its third anniversary.

There will be a Honda Classic kick-off party at The Gardens Mall.

TWISTED TRUNK LUAU

Twisted Trunk Brewing will celebrate its third anniversary noon to 11 p.m. Saturday with a luau-style party. Little Moirs Food Shack — the same folks behind Leftovers Cafe in Jupiter — will serve up Hawaiian dishes. Acoustic duo Crabby Shaka will play some tunes from 7-10 p.m. The first 100 people in Hawaiian attire get $3 beers all day. Twisted Trunk is at 2000 PGA Blvd., Suite 5506, in Palm Beach Gardens.

RELATED: New brewery Twisted Trunk opens in Palm Beach Gardens

HONDA CLASSIC KICK-OFF PARTY

A night of entertainment and dancing in the Grand Court of The Gardens Mall will benefit The Honda Classic. DJ Risi will play the latest hits while guests enjoy food samples from local restaurants from 7-10 p.m. Thursday . There will also be a silent auction.

RELATED: Limited edition Lilly Pulitzer print to tap Honda Classic theme

Tickets cost $50 a person, and guests can buy them at the entrance or online. Proceeds benefit The Honda Classic Cares, the charitable arm of the tournament.

‘WILD, WILD WEST’ DADDY-DAUGHTER DATE NIGHT

Dads and daughters can spend an evening with down-home fun, a special performance and a country line-dancing lesson 6 to 8 p.m. Feb. 16 at City Hall, 10500 North Military Trail. Wear your boots and bring your camera. Park Avenue BBQ Grille is catering.

The event is for daughters 4 years and older. The cost is $45 for one dad and daughter who live in the city, and $56 per pair for non-residents.

Registration is required. Families can register online at www.pbgrec.com or any recreation service desk.



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