Wednesday, April 18, 2018

A “ciudad acogedora” for everyone in Palm Beach County is the little and vibrant City of Lake Worth.


Lake Worth es una ciudad acogedora y un verdadero punto de encuentro para las diferentes culturas.

[Lake Worth is a welcoming city and a true meeting point of different cultures.]

By the way, the City of Lake Worth’s ‘welcoming city’ status is not a City policy. And please don’t confuse ‘welcoming’ with ‘sanctuary’. The City of Lake Worth never was and never will be a ‘sanctuary city’!

Anyhow. . .

Start getting ready all you face painters, artists, vendors, and those in the mood to celebrate and honor those who have passed on.


The 3rd annual festival of Día de los Muertos is on November 3rd this year in the ever-welcoming City of Lake Worth!

Para más información o oportunidades de venta llaman 561-493-2550.

The Day of the Dead is one of South and Central America’s most distinctive holidays, Día de los Muertos is considered a day of cheerful celebration rather than one of mourning.

Each November, LULA Lake Worth Arts presents a FREE day of fun for the whole family. This year Día de los Muertos will be celebrated on Saturday, November 3rd at The HATCH building located at 1121 Lucerne Avenue. The Day of the Dead celebration will feature traditional foods, folkloric dances, traditional ofrendas, a procession, cultural arts and crafts and children’s activities.

For more information contact Emily Theodossakos, Marketing Program Manager, at 561-493-2550; email: etheodossakos@lakeworth.org

Admission and parking to the festival and
exhibitions are always FREE.