Saturday – Scarecrow Festival and Contest
The Palm Beach Historical Society is hosting their annual Scarecrow Contest and Festival on October 22nd.
Get more information here – get your tickets here.
Local businesses that join in the fun will vie for the top prize of a trophy plus one year’s corporate membership in the Historical Society of Palm Beach County, recognition in the Society News with an online distribution of over 3,500 subscribers, and bragging rights.
Saturday – West Palm Beach Bus Loop
The West Palm Beach Bus Loop is back ! Prepay today and Save !
A number of trolleys will connect Northwood Village, Clematis St., and CityPlace looping around and taking you to the most popular bars/restaurants in the area. You’ll receive a free drink at each participating venue.
Off The Hookah
The Sports Page
Brother Jimmy’s BBQ
Check-In at City Tap (in CityPlace 700 S, Rosemary) or TapHouse (314 Clematis Street) .
Check-in begins at 5:30 pm. WPB Bus Loop lasts from 6-11pm and the trolleys will run until midnight. Don’t Drink & Drive! Designated drivers receive free admission.
All Proceeds benefit the West Palm Beach Downtown Neighborhood Association and the Gator Club of Palm Beach County Scholarship Fund.
SATURDAY – 3rd Annual Feast of the Sea
During the FREE daytime feastivities; 11a – 4p, guests enjoy great food and beverages, demonstrations, live music, and much more. One new addition is the Knife fights; hourly chef competitions where all the chefs will stop everything a compete in some friendly chef battles for cash.
The night time; 6p – 10p, transitions into a private grand tasting; 4 hours of heated chefs competition. For the 3rd year; 16 of Palm Beach Counties best culinary marksmen will create sparks in front of an amphitheater full of people and projected on a large LED wall. 4 rounds will determine the last chef standing and be crowned 2016 Maestro del Mar. As well as, the proud new owner of an over-sized plastic check worth 5000 dollars.
ALL passes go on sale August 1st. Early bird pricing and benefits.
Saturday: Backyard Garden at Resource Depot
What Backyard Garden is: A free seasonal showcase of local musicians, artists and startups growing right here in your backyard!
Who will be showcased:
Why we do it: The purpose of Backyard Garden events is to highlight some of the best musicians, artists, and startups growing in west palm beach. All Backyard Gardens also showcase local food, beverage, and a featured benefit. A benefit is a local need that our community can learn about and support, the night of the event. These events are a communal effort, cultivated by local non-profits and partners.
Who is benefitting: Proceeds will go towards sending students from Conniston Middle School to an art program at Resource Depot!
All are welcome!