there is still so much to do in our quirky sea-side town of Lake Worth Beach. Friday, July 17, an abundance of activities for every age range. Evening on the Avenue course is the headliner 6 -10 pm. At the Front Porch will find an appreciative crowd at 8:30 thanking Capt. Silva and Welcoming Capt. Baer from our district, which is 14 in case you did not know. The Front Porch, is where you can meet your neighbors in a leisure setting, pull up a chair and sit a spell. Spell, yes of course, there are two Scrabble sets available for your enjoyment. and while there indulge yourself in healthy pop corn. There is always live music.
Still Friday a MINI Renaissance Fest at the Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery 6 p.m. – haven’t found a place to wear those fabulous garbs? Well here is a chance to show them off costumes encouraged. Saturday July 18, drop in on the downtown Palm Beach Cultural Center. , almost missed this one. The Palm Beach Watercolor Society sponsors watercolor exhibits is on. Each year they promote public interest and knowledge of the arts. Did you know this is one of the most difficult art forms when done correctly, wet.
Sunday July 19 a busy day so pace yourself. 10:00 a.m. join Sally Welshe’s movement class only $5 paid directly to her and even though you’re in water you still need to hydrate yourself.
Sunday afternoon 4:30 p.m. “South A Street at 11th Ave. South”.Crime Walk in Genesis and Memorial Park neighborhoods. by organizer Tammy Pansa of Mango Grove. Join in and make the change you want to see. Again there will be a horse-patrol along and your last sighting of Capt. Silva and welcome Captain Baer. after this you have just time enough to take an outdoor shower a little nap and head out to the after party at Benny’s on the Beach.
Volunteers needed for our Visitor Center. 10-4 p.m. how about it. short shifts, nice people, and you get to know your town better and better. Located in old City Hall.
I concur this Louis Jardot wine served at Benny’s is a very fine wine. Lets not forget all the sponsors of the 2015 Rif Raft Race.
Feels like home to me.