Join us for the opening celebration of The Other Side of Now: Foresight in Contemporary Caribbean Art. Enjoy a conversation with co-curators María Elena Ortiz and Dr. Marsha Pearce, facilitated by contributing catalogue writer Jason Jeffers, exploring the ideas, motivations, and origins of the project while seeking to address the question "what might a Caribbean future look like?" Following the conversation, meet with featured exhibition artists in the gallery for informal discussions on this timely and relevant theme.
Celebrate the fall season at Flamingo Gardens in Broward county with themed weekends featuring fun and socially distanced activities. This year will feature special themed photo opportunities with our live animal ambassadors and their companions, costumed characters, scarecrows and scavenger hunts each weekend to find the treasure.
Hayrides, pumpkin patch, bounce house and costume contests will be suspended this year due to Covid19 distancing requirements.
Explore scientific wonders at Manatee Lagoon. Learn more about migrating animals or how to identify manatees and much more. Themes will vary seasonally and children, ages 10-13, are welcome. Manatee Lagoon requires parents to stay on site during the class. Seating, as available, is provided, as is free Wi-Fi. Registration is necessary only for participating children, not parents, and will open 50 days in advance of each Lagoon Explorers program.
Join us on a walking tour of our visitor center and learn about manatee anatomy, physiology and the importance of GPS tracking devices, as well as the Lake Worth Lagoon. Meet at the manatee skeleton display at the entrance of the building.
The City of West Palm Beach’s 6th annual Bike to Work Week is scheduled to start on Monday, March 11, 2019. The week-long challenge includes a variety of FREE and fun events for cyclists to enjoy, including bike tune ups and giveaways, tips from cycling pros, a bike-in movie night, and coordinated group rides on the final day, Bike to Work Day, Friday, March 15.
Artfest in the Pines is a two-day festival is teeming with art lovers who will experience talented artsits, fun-filled entertainment, tasty food and refreshments, hands-on art demonstrations, a farmer's market, a student art competition, pop up art on the plaza, adult and children workshops at The Frank Art Gallery, and so much more! Don't miss it! Apply online now at www.ppines.com/artfest
Cars 4 Conservation will benefit the Pan American Conservation Association (APPC), a wildlife rescue and rehab based in Panama that rehabilitates and releases animals injured throughout panama. Chelsea and Pete, our new ambassador sloths came from APPC.
About the Show
This family-friendly ride and tour will take place at dusk when the Zoo is closing and void of crowds. Ride guides will stop at various animal areas along the way to talk about the animals' habits and habitats! This is a very special bike ride that few will ever experience!
After-hours guided ride and tour (bring your own bike and helmet):
- Adults (13+): $10 plus tax
- Children (3-12): $5 plus tax
After-hours guided ride and tour with rental bike/helmet*:
The Wiener Museum of Decorative Arts is only open one Saturday each month so don’t miss the next action-packed program.
To celebrate the start of Carnival in Venice on February 23, we are hosting a VENETIAN FANTASY event for our next Sensational Saturday at WMODA.
Join the Coral Springs Museum of Art for an artist reception featuring environmental painter Elizabeth Thompson, abstract artist Sally Cooper, and Miami-based fine artist Alvaro Labañino, while enjoying light refreshments and hors d’oeuvres.