Thursday December 11, Caroling is underway for the Thursday Night Pedlers .Tonight’s ride goes to Parrot Cove and College Park. if you know an address you want carolled have it in before 4 p.m. to add to their ride. There is space on bottom for comments so get the address in we don’t need to know who lives there, just that we are welcome..
Thursday tonight 6:30 – 8 City of Lake Worth Library is hosting a crafty project for those who are not crafty. Ever want to know how to deal with succulents terrariums It’s a DIY class. must register call them at 561.533.7354.
Friday, December 12 | 6pm – 10pm Tree lighting on our downtown Lake Worth Beach Cultural Plaza, center of town
| 414 Lake Avenue | Free
Bonfires on the Beach
6pm – 10 pm Lake Worth Beach 10 S. Ocean Boulevard just over the bridge, be careful lots of people walk to the Bonfire and the kids are excited.
The Nutcracker | Friday, December 12 | 7pm | All Seats $15 Duncan Theatre in the Palm Beach Community College on the south end.
Dec. 12, Friday at our Playhouse 6-9 p.m. Divas Holiday Party $15
Dec. 13, Saturday Ocean Side Farmers Market just across the bridge at Ocean Bridge Park, 10 south Ocean Blvd. Start the day out just right. Have some Coffee there and a crumpet.
December 13 Saturday noon – 4 p.m. WINTER WONDERLAND on the Cultural Plaza Downton Lake Worth Beach, 414 Lake Ave. Hosted by the Lake Worth Kiwanis, Bike Raffle and Giveaway by the Lake Worth Recreation Advisory Committee. . Family fun bring out your kids parade starts at 6 sharp.
6 p.m. IGNITE THE NIGHT HOLIDAY PARADE Want to be in the Parade ?the Neighborhood Presidents Council is inviting you to be with them and if your child is on the float so are you.
This is the largest night-time parade in this area. Not to be missed.
After the Parade head over to Common Ground Coffee House and have their pictures taken with the Gringe.
Sunday head out to the Beach for a nice breakfast at Benny’s, check out the surf. If you want to swim there is an Olympic size swimming pool and it is heated.
Sunday Dec. 14, Not to be Missed. Head to the Society of Four Arts in Palm BeachAdmission is $5; no charge for members and children 14 and younger.Open Monday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sunday, 1 -5 p.m.
Immerse yourself in the vibrant and colorful world of 19th-century France through this critically acclaimed exhibition. Featuring more than 200 works from celebrated avant-garde artists at the heart of “La Belle Époque,” this exhibition showcases the colorful theatrics and nightlife that made Paris the iconic city that it is today. For more information, call (561) 655-7226.
Should you have time Sat. Morning Special Event: Illustrated Lecture on Parisian Life and Art a special lecture thee are always interesting at 11 a.m. in the Walter S. Gubelmann auditorium no charge for lecture.
|December 15, Bryant Park neighborhood will have their 2nd Annual Tree Lighting and the carollers will be there at 6 p.m. sharp and heading south from there.|