Even though I post all the activities for the weekend that are free, there are so many that even I don’t get to all of them. I did make some of the interesting things going on in our Lake Worth Beach town. The Shuffleboard building is getting a face lift thanks to the CRA. and the new occupant the Armory Art Center Annex. This is on going, so drop by the next couple of days, lend a helping hand. Words of encouragement are also welcome. Maybe the shuffleboard court its self, will get the next facelift. Passing Starbucks, my camera is always spotted. So much for candid Camera. Then on to the Library Book Sale. Yes, I could not resist adding two more books to my library. One by Caribbean author, artist, playwriter Derek Walcott the other about the Royal Academy from 1837-1901. So much to know about art that is interesting, especially if you jury art shows as I have done for the Armory Art Center in the past. Then the Beach scene was spectacular.
The long-awaited sold out NAPC sponsored Thanksgiving feast at South Shores. Open to all our residents of Lake Worth Beach. Great way to meet new neighbors, old friends and the invited next of kin over cocktails and a buffet dinner. Karin put on a feast to please all, including those who are vegetarians. Dessert by our own Celeste, Pies and cakes, she’s well named for her heavenly offerings. Would any Lake Worth Beach community gathering be complete without the Lake Worth Anthem. Written and performed by Mel and Vinnie. In case you are one of the snowbirds reading this, or vicariously living our life here, it is “Feels Like Home To Me”