Car tags from as far north as Quebec, are seen daily among NY and other cold weather places. we here in paradise are now in full stride. Empty condos are full, we are seeing an upswing in activities, add to that the weekend visits of our new President, impacting everyone.
Starting as I always have with well Friday, so lets start right here.
Friday Feb. 17, 2017 activities. Evening on the Avenue FREE located on our Cultural Plaza between Lake and Lucerne Ave. live music. Our NAPC tent which stands for Neighborhood Assoc. Presidents Council. Play a friendly game of Scrabble there say hi to the rest of our residents..
At 604 Lucerne Ave, the Lake Worth Art League is located there, open till 9 p.m. and on Friday and every Friday a” Paint n Sip ” via BYOB gathering starts 6:30. Gather your friends. It’s their fundraiser. Support your local artist and ART organization. Paint a beach bag as a gift or to keep for $35 It’s the Lake Worth Art League’s fundraiser tax deductible. The arts are alive and well in Lake Worth we are told .
6:00 – 9 p.m. is an Opening Reception for “Mad Pie Girl” at 630 Lake Ave. the location of Artisans on the Avenue Awesome space full of wonderful crafters, jewelers, ceramics all one of a kind works of art.
Saturday Feb. 18, 2016 head towards the beach first stop will be. The Green Market open from 8 a.m. to noon. Right across our bridge and on your left. (requires a u turn) or park at the beach lot. They are on the north side and on the inter-coastal. find all sorts of great things. not just produce.
Now that is just the beginning. Head up to the beach and visit the Lake Worth Art League’s show “Art Al Fresco” always some new artists joining in.
Definitely support this very worthy cause. A Chili cook off. in Bryant Park that is located just before you get to the bridge on the right hand side. can’t miss it if your on LAKE Ave. heading east.
Sunday Feb 19, 2017 A trip to the beach with friends and family is always relaxing fun and invigorating. Sunrise is at 6:54 a.m. and Low Tide will be at 8:15 Editors Note: We’ve come through swimmingly Christmas, our first Garlic Festival and here we are most of my postings are always for free activities if not and there is a cost involved then that is listed.