After the mass of activities and crowds enjoy Lake Worth at your leisure pace and here is what is being offered this weekend. Most if not all is free and those that have donation are listed as such.
Friday at dusk Last Bonfire of the season. Dress Warm, bring your own marshmallows Saturday Feb 27 Fresh Market on the inter-coastal have your first cup of Java there or your healthy juice. Get ready and fit for the HISTORIC BIKE TOUR OF LAKE WORTH with Author of “Pioneers of Jewel” Ted Brownstein leading this ride. Head to the 200 block of n M street and the parking lot. This is the back side of the First Presbyterian. Bring the whole family refreshments after the ride at the church. Leaves at 10:00 a.m and is a 5 miles ride. Now the other thing that is FREE and open to the public 11:00 a.m. a Water Color demonstration at the Lake Worth Art League by Ana Noble. This might be something you have thought about. Winston Churchill carried his water colours kit everywhere for the one brief moment he enjoyed here or there. 604 Lucerne Saturday February 26 At the former Shuffleboard Courts in case your confused. Sponsored by United Arts. Inc. our CRA and Curated by Mr. Peter Meyerhoefer 1121 Lucerne Ave. 33460 February 27 Sunday
9:00 a.m to noon “it is the last Sunday of the month” Go have that $5.00 breakfast with your friends and meet some friends via friends. FREE downtown Lake Worth on s Jst. 1:00 till into twilight the Party of the year as if you hadn’t had one last weekend. It is for none other than Bernie Sanders. 6 J st. by Propaganda 28 Bands, a couple of stages. Now you might want a break and have some BBQ so head to Sunset Ridge Park,The BBQ will be catered by Bob Shalhoub’s Smokin’ Gator BBQ!
Sunday, from 12 pm – 4 pm, I’ll be joining the Professional Firefighters and Paramedics of Palm Beach County for a community BBQ at Sunset Ridge Park (A Street Pavillion). They’ll be announcing that they have endorsed Commissioner Scott Maxwell, Commissioner Amoroso, and Mayor Pam.
Have a Little Free Library there is a meet- up for the ones who have and those who plan on having one. It is about stewardship 3:00 p.m. at the Annex at the Cultural Plaza, no longer in the private home.