Friday, October 2, 2015

Neighborhood Assoc. Presidents Council (NAPC) event for young artists TODAY at 6:00 in Lake Worth

The Cultural Plaza is located in downtown Lake Worth at the corner of Lake Ave. and Federal (Olive) Hwy. There is plenty of free parking all over the downtown. Please make sure to see our newly renovated Martin Luther King Memorial Globe at the Plaza.
Here is the NAPC Facebook page and their website with contact information, maps, and more interesting facts about the little City of Lake Worth. About this Friday: 
     Lake Worth's youngest artists will be painting and selling their work on the Front Porch this coming Friday at Evening on the Avenues. Proceeds from the sale of each painting, as well as proceeds from popcorn sales will go to buy storybooks for South Grade, North Grade and Sacred Heart Elementary Schools.
     The paintings will be priced less than the age of the children who are creating them, but donations in any amount are greatly appreciated! Let's dig deep to show our support for these amazing kids and help them realize their goal of raising $300. Come by and watch the kids paint their dreams come true!
And there's stuff for the parents to do also:
If you have more positive, community news in the City of Lake Worth, suburban Lake Worth (including Palm Beach State College) and Greenacres here is how you contact the Post reporter:
Email: kthompson@pbpost.com
561-820-4573
Twitter: @kevindthompson1

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