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“Conversation with Steve Wozniak”

Jan 31, 2013 11:30am - 4:00pm


Steve Wozniak





Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Wozniak is headlining the Palm Beach State College Foundation’s upcoming event launching a five-year initiative to increase the number of skilled professionals in science, technology, engineering and math, the so-called STEAM fields.

An hour-long “Conversation with Steve Wozniak” highlights the Jan. 31 fundraising luncheon at the Cohen Pavilion at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts.

Individual Tickets will be available ­­­­for $125 – tables of 10 are available for $1,000 at www.palmbeachstate.edu/Foundation/steam





Kravis Center


701 Okeechobee Boulevard
West Palm Beach, FL 33401






Driving Directions

From I-95: Exit 70 at Okeechobee Boulevard, head east on Okeechobee Boulevard for approximately 1/2 mile. Take a left on Tamarind Avenue (first light, just past the railroad tracks). The Kravis parking garage will be immediately on your right.

From Florida's Turnpike: Exit 99 the Turnpike at the West Palm Beach exit (Okeechobee Blvd). Head east approximately 7 miles. Continue past the I-95 overpass another 1/2 mile, and take a left on Tamarind Avenue (first light, just past the railroad tracks). The Kravis parking garage will be your first right.

From U.S. Highway 1: Take U.S. 1 to Okeechobee Boulevard and head west approximately one quarter mile. Make a right onto Tamarind Avenue. Parking garage will be your first right.

Valet Parking 
is available in front of the Center (enter from Okeechobee Blvd.) 

Public Transportation

Tri-Rail: West Palm Beach Station Stop.

Walking: We are located approximately 3 blocks south of the West Palm Beach Tri-Rail station.

Trolley: In cooperation with the Downtown Development Authority we have established trolley service between the Kravis Center and other downtown destinations and parking facilities. Planning a pre-theatre dining experience at a downtown restaurant? Take advantage of the Downtown Development Authority’s free trolley service that makes a stop at the Kravis Center on its route between CityPlace and Clematis Street. The trolley stops at the traffic circle on the east side of Dreyfoos Hall. Running in a continuous loop about every 10 minutes, the trolley operates Sunday through Wednesday 11 am to 9 pm, and Thursday through Saturday 11 am to 11 pm.Kravis Center guests using the service before a performance should allow at least 30 minutes travel time before curtain. Please note that the last pick-up takes place about a half-hour before service ends for the evening. 


The Kravis Center operates a 1,200-car parking garage adjacent to the Center. Entrances are located on Irist Street and Tamarind Avenue.

The Kravis Center welcomes the cooperation of its patrons to help make a visit to our theatre enjoyable for everyone. At every performance our security staff works with officers from the West Palm Beach Police Department to ensure that traffic moves in a quick, orderly and safe manner. Please follow the directions of the officers and Kravis Center staff who are there to facilitate the movement of traffic in and out of the Center. Remember, backing into parking spaces slows all traffic so we ask that when you park, pull forward into your designated space as directed. Also, allow ample time to arrive at the Kravis Center.

Additional parking is available in other parking garages in close proximity to the Center, such as CityPlace, and metered parking is available on Sapodilla Avenue to the east of the Center and on Iris Street to the north. Valet parking is available for most Kravis Center events for a fee of $12 regular service/$20 premium service. The valet parking service entrance is on Okeechobee Boulevard.


Valet parking is available for most Kravis Center Dreyfoos Hall events. Cost: Valet $12 Regular; Premium Valet $20. Valets are located in front of the Center's main entrance. 

What Is The Kravis Center Doing To
Meet Parking And Traffic Challenges?

We identify specific dates that we anticipate higher traffic on property. On those days we ask our staff and volunteers to park offsite, or on the fifth level of the Kravis Center garage.

We work with the West Palm Beach Police Department to facilitate traffic flow to and from the Center.

When events are occurring simultaneously in our venues, we stagger some performance times to help alleviate heavy traffic in the garage.

We cooperate with the Downtown Development Authority to sustain trolley service between the Kravis Center and other downtown destinations and parking facilities.

We work with local cab companies to have taxis available at the Kravis Center for those who choose to use that mode of transportation after performances. If you need a cab, please see our Valet staff or a Guest Services Representative.

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