Where will you find your friends this weekend. Always something to delight. For those of you who are busy busy busy, come out and say hi to your friends in any number of places that are posted here. Again I post the free things in and around the Lake Worth area. Have a tip send it in.
Thursday Oct. 22, 2014 Weather permitting there is always a wonderful group of people known as the Thursday Night Peddlers. They meet up at Bryant Park right across from the Gulfstream Hotel around sixish.. See photo, the big hand is on the 12 and little is on six.They ride at 6:30 Dusk is setting in, so have your lights checked. It’s a leisure ride through some of our neighborhoods. No one has been disappointed yet. next week they might ride on Fri. in costume for Holloween. Will keep you posted.
Oct. 23, 2014 Friday TGIF The downtown streets of Lake Worth Beach are starting to see the influx of our snowbirds. Welcome Back! Go downtown and see and bee seen.
Oct. 24, 2014 Saturday 1 p.m. to 2 p.m A gift from McMow Art Glass located on 701 N Dixie Hwy.
Melissa will be joining you during our Howl-a-day party on Saturday from 1-2pm to discuss and demonstrate her artistic process and how she made this amazing mosaic sugar skull! This demo is absolutely FREE and no registration is necessary. As I mentioned gift, how about signing up for one of their classes and make a one of a kind gift. The class is a Gift for yourself and make something special for someone you love.
Oct. 25, 2014 Sunday morning. 8:30 a.m. Head to the Mockingbird Garden and have breakfast with all the people you know and recognize in Lake Worth. It is a Toy Drive so bring a TOY and $2.50 and eat all you can. Not bringing a toy, well it’s $5.00 Still the best deal in town. This happens once a month at the end of the month. Photo taken last months breakfast.
All this and you still have time for our Lake Worth Beach.
NOTE important if you plan on enjoying a pre Thanksgiving Dinner at SouthShores sponsored by the NAPC call your Neighborhood Pres. for tickets. My understanding is that they are scarce. Mary Lindsey, last count I had, had only six left.