The first Sunday of each month enjoy the smooth sounds of local jazz with family and friends at the free, outdoor Sunday Jazz Brunch live concert series from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. along Fort Lauderdale’s scenic Riverwalk.
Flamingo Gardens will be hosting its Annual Harvest Fest & Scarecrow Competition on October 9th and 10th 2021 from 9:30am – 4:00pm. The festival will feature free hayrides from 10 am - 4pm, pumpkin patch, bounce houses, a variety of vendor booths, DJ Digital Anarchy spinning your favorite songs, games, contests and Fall crafts and activities for the whole family. Scarecrows will take over the botanical gardens with the 11th annual great scarecrow competition.
Flamingo Garden's Botanical Gardens and Historic Wray Home are decked out with thousands of lights and decorations while holiday music fills the air. Nicklaus Children’s Hospital Broward Outpatient Centers presents Gardens of Lights on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings December 17-23, & Dec 26-30, 2021. Hours will be extended to view the lights at dusk and enjoy a special holiday light show set to music beginning every half hour from 5pm to 8pm. Holiday snacks and drinks will be available for purchase at the Flamingo Café to enjoy while viewing the lights.
Florida Keys Celtic Festival in Marathon is an exciting event not to missed. The event is located at mile marker 49 on US Hwy 1 on the ocean side. Choose to come out for 1 or both days of the festival to enjoy lots of live entertainment, food and fun for the kids. This year there will be Celtic bands, Highland Athletics demonstrations, Pipes & Drums, Celtic food & beer as well as lots of neat Celtic merchandise for sale. Your kids will also enjoy the Children's Glen filled with activities just for them.
Oshogatsu: A New Years Celebration will be held on January 9, 2022 at Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens in Delray Beach. The New Year is Japan’s most important and celebrated holiday. Morikami will be ringing in their 39th annual New Year’s celebration with the tastes, sights and sounds that define the traditional Japanese New Year as well as our own.
This wonderful Annual Street Painting Festival in Lake Worth is an event to visit twice! Come on Saturday and watch as the art starts on the asphalt then return on Sunday to see the finished projects. This is one of the largest chalk art festivals in the nation. The streets close and the artists get down and dirty with pastels developing very complex works of art. It is truly amazing to watch the process of how these works are done.