Again we start with things you can participate in or enjoy in our lovely city and wherever you live remember your just a mile from the beach at the farthest reach.
Oct. 1, Thursday the beginning of the month and new beginnings. But first off the Thursday Night Peddlers are still at it. meet up at the Gulfstream Hotel around six and ride at 6:30 , tour scenic Lake Worth Beach at a leisure pace. An open group, sometimes they end up at Bradleys Beach Club at the golf course as Thursday is 2 for the price of one meal. IMPORTANT MTG. especially for the residents of the western arrondissement. At 6:30 City Hall Residents, business owners and city officials are invited to attend and address issues that concern them most. There will be an interpreter for those who don’t speak English.
“While we care about the entire city, this project is for this specific area,” said Barbara Cheives, a consultant working with Community Partners
Oct. 2 Friday, I love the first Friday of the month. If you have not experienced the Jaffe Book Arts Center this is a highly recommended. Its REAL MAIL FRIDAY at FAU’s Wimberly Library 3rd fl. Jaffee Book Arts Center. Do you owe someone a special a Thank You, or a “you’re not forgotten” missive. How about Oct. Birthdays coming up. write all those many Cards, thank you notes. donation $10 suggested. You get all this, coffee, cookies, US stamps, stationery the works. use fine writing tools. Administered by Lake Worth’s own John Cutrone. Just 15 minutes down the road. Friday Night in Lake Worth Beach Downtown. Art openings, At Flamingo Clay Mental Stone Gallery 15 s J st. NEW show Cat-0-Strophic Event 6 – 9 p.m. At Worth Art League 601 Lucerne Ave on going exhibition this is one of the paintings hanging.
On our Cultural Plaza not to be missed a special fundraiser of small works, by young students to hoping to enrich their library. The works are said to be less than their ages. Help support this grass-roots effort. 6 till they are all gone, gone once, gone twice, just gone. Stop by the NAPC tent, get acquainted with others in your neighborhood. Former Pres. of NAPC Mary Lindsey has all the answers, find her near the Popcorn stand and all their sales will also be donated to the kids fundraiser. There might just be a young Picasso in the bunch.
Oct. 3 Saturday. This morning might find you’re at our Olympic size swimming pool in Sally Welch’s class. Great easy work out.
Editors Note not finished more to come. This gets you started.