Always on page 2 of The Lake Worth Herald — if you didn’t know — is the “About Town” section. Take a stroll Downtown to the City’s newsstand located at 600 Lake Ave. across from the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County (open til 4:00 today; closed Sunday and Monday).
There is a man named Andy at the newsstand and he will be happy to assist you. Nowhere else can you get so much information about this City. . . and get this: the Herald print edition still costs only ¢50.
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Here are some “Ongoing Events” in the paper this week:
ADULT PICKLEBALL every Wednesday evening from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Sunset Ridge Tennis Courts, 14th Avenue North, Lake Worth (between A and D Street). Adults 18 and over. $1 per player, balls and paddles provided. For more information call 561-533-7363. Sponsored by the City of Lake Worth Recreation Dept. For more information contact Steve Haughn, 561-214-0685.
TAI CHI instructions are given Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8:30 a.m. at Freedom Park, Pinehurst Dr., in Greenacres. There is no charge and public is invited.
LAKE WORTH ROTARY CLUB meeting every Wednesday at Brogues Down Under, 621 Lake Ave., downtown Lake Worth. Noon. Come visit, become a member! For info call Ron Leeds at 561-969-9600.
And from “Upcoming Events”:
EARTH DAY COMES TO LAKE WORTH. Gray Mockingbird Community Garden will be hosting an Earth Day Festival Saturday, Apr. 22 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Two stages of music and entertainment, food court, indoor green presentations and fashion show. Rain or shine. 2000 N. D Street, Lake Worth. Just look for the northend water tower.
And then there’s this item in the paper:
GriefShare. A support group for people who have lost someone either recently or some time ago meets on Wednesday nights from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Lake Osborne Presbyterian Church. The church is located at 2101 6th Avenue S. in Lake Worth. For more information, call 561-582-5686.