Downtown Coral Springs is a venue next to city hall that holds many different events throughout the year. There are many events that go on there such as the Green Market, Bizart and the Family Fun Day and Car show. It is also going to be more expansive in the coming months and years. There are plans for further development that includes a hotel for businesses and a movie theater.This is to further improve the capabilities of the venue and to bring in more people.
Libby Wesley is a recent addition to the Delray Beach community. This venue is a local spot for concerts and other neighborhood special events. Cultural art welcomes you in from Atlantic Avenue and there are bike racks for those riding in from nearby. The "park" is mainly an amphitheater with a large brick foreground for seating and standing. Located within a pleasant walk downtown, parking is probably best had at the library parking lot or streetside along Atlantic Avenue.
Yesteryear Village in West Palm Beach is a 10-acres history park that showcases life in Florida from the 1890s to the 1940s. It consists of several buildings that are either original or replications of actual buildings from our Florida past including a school, a farm, a blacksmith building, a general store, and several homes. Schools and other groups can schedule a visit to Yesteryear visit during the year. Families can come and partake in the kid-friendly Spookyville Village at Halloween or stop by during the South Florida Fair.
Downtown Lake Worth, a coastal city of 37000 residents and 7 square miles, is an ideal venue for creative community events. Located in Palm Beach County, Florida, this elegantly-detailed city features great beaches, a new fishing pier, and a historical museum, together with a revitalized downtown with an eclectic mix of antique stores, restaurants, art galleries, music venues and special events.
West Palm Beach Downtown Waterfront Commons includes the main Commons event space, 3 floating docks, shaded gardens, two community buildings, a continuous waterfront esplanade, and a planned estuarine ecological regeneration area. It hosts many popular events including the Independence Day Fourth on Flagler event.
The new Delray Marketplace at Lyons and Atlantic Avenue in western Delray Beach is home to shops, restaurants, a grocery store, and Franks Cinebowl theater and bowling alley. The Marketplace hosts events on their Main Street and at the open air Amphitheater. Events are family-friendly and usually showcase local artists.