Events Calendar June

FRIDAY • JUNE 1 Habitat Happy Hour at Breathe, 401 W. Atlantic Ave. 5pm – 7pm. Free to attend – Taking donations & holding raffles for Habitat for Humanity. Delicious $6 Appetizers, $4 Wines & Martinis. Date Night with Chloe Dolandis – 7:30pm- The Arts Garage A young voice with an old soul, dynamic entertainer Chloe Dolandis moves audiences with her powerful vocals and commanding stage presence. 180 NE 1st St. Call 561-450-6357 for tickets. $15-$25 THRU SUNDAY • JUNE 3 Twelve Angry Men – This gripping courtroom drama begins when a judge places the life of a frightened Puerto Rican teenager into the hands of twelve middle-class jurors. The play became the surprise hit of the 2004 New York theatre season. Delray Beach Playhouse, 950 NW 9th St. – Tickets $30 Call 561-272-1281 ex.4 for showtimes. FRIDAY – WEDNESDAY • JUNE 1-6 Call Me “Mr. Abbott – The Life and Career of George Abbott – In a career that spanned 92 years (from 1903 to 1995), George Abbott wrote, directed and produced more successful shows than any other man in the history of the Broadway stage. Delray Beach Playhouse, 950 NW 9th St. – Tickets $30 Call 561-272-1281 ex.4 for showtimes SATURDAYS • JUNE 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 Live entertainment at Kevro Art Bar. Everything from country, rockabilly, acoustic to Indie every Saturday night 166 SE 2nd Avenue. SATURDAY • JUNE 2 “Once Upon a Time”, Dance Academy of Boca Raton. Crest Theatre at Old School Square. 2pm & 6pm. Tickets through box office: 561-243-7922 x1. 51 N. Swinton Ave., Urban Underground: Summer of 92 | 20 Years of Hip-hop 9pm – The Arts Garage – The best Florida MCs, break dancers, poets and live graffiti artists give you a look back at the music and art that defined the culture of the city! 180 NE 1st St. Call 561-450-6357 for tickets. $10-$15 TUESDAY • JUNE 5 Brotherhood Ride 2012 – Dedicated to 11 Fallen Emergency Respond- ers who died in the line of duty in 2011. Participants will ride bicycles through the state of Florida in eight days, covering over 550 miles. The ride will begin in Naples on June 3rd, travel up the east coast and end in St Petersburg on June 10th. They will be hosted by the Delray Beach Elks Club on June 5th. WEDNESDAY • JUNE 6 Book Discussion – 2pm – Boynton Beach author Barbara Erlichman will speak about her book One of a Kind. It weaves together four plot lines surrounding the auction of a rare, one-of- a-kind coin. Free and open to the public. Books will be available for purchase and autographing. Delray Beach Public Library 100 W. Atlantic Avenue. 561-266-9490. WEDNESDAY – FRIDAY • JUNE 6-8 Inspiration in Beautiful Skin Event – Aspire Skincare & Beauty – 10m – 6pm – Skincare Fair with special offers on treatments. 140 NE 2nd Avenue, Appt. only please RSVP at 561-504-3992 or FRIDAY • JUNE 8 Sushi & Stroll Summer Walk Series – 5:30pm – 8:30pm -$7 adults, $5 children. $2 for optional taiko drumming performance. Stroll the gardens at your own pace and try something delicious from the Cornell Café. Morikami Museum, 4000 Morikami Park Rd. 561-495-0233 SATURDAY • JUNE 9 “The True Princess” – 1pm; “The Undivided Heart” 4pm & 7:30pm. Many But One, Christian Performing Arts. Crest Theatre at Old School Square. 51 N. Swinton Ave., Tickets through box office: 561-243-7922 x1.
Seek in the City – A Scavenger Hunt supporting Delray Beach’s chari- ties – 1st annual city-wide Scavenger Hunt to benefit local businesses and charities. Registration for teams of 5 – $50. Individuals $15 per person. 1pm kick off at the Elk’s Lodge with Team Awards Ceremony and after party at Boston’s on the Beach from 6pm. Contact Kelly Rowland at to register. Jazz Project: Doug Carn Quartet – 8pm – The Arts Garage – The pianist, organist, composer and educator crafted classic albums such as Infant Eyes and Adam’s Apple, on which he also wrote distinctive arrangements of songs by Wayne Shorter, John Coltrane and Bobby Hutcherson. 180 NE 1st St. Call 561-450-6357 for tickets. $20-$30 MONDAY • JUNE 11 Lecture – 2pm – Delray Beach Doctor of Physical Therapy Joshua Davis will present a program on “Fall Prevention.” Learn how to help prevent balance problems and about benefits of staying ac- tive throughout your lifetime. Free and open to the public. Delray Beach Public Library, 100 W. Atlantic Avenue. 561-266-9490. THURSDAY • JUNE 14, 28 Complimentary Wine Tasting with real glasses! Old Vines, Wine & Spirits 900 E. Atlantic Ave., Ste #3. 561-276-2076 FRIDAY • JUNE 15 Dad & Daughter Date Night – 6:30pm – 10pm – Delray Beach Golf Club – Dads and daughters are invited to attend this celebra- tion of Father’s Day. This elegant evening features a full course dinner and dancing. 2200 Highland Avenue. For more info call 561-243-7277 or SATURDAY • JUNE 16 Demonstrations of Sado, the Way of Tea – 12pm, 1pm, 2pm & 3pm. Cost: $5 (with paid museum admission). Reservations are required for groups of 10 or more. Please call 561-495-0233, ext. 210. Experience sado in the tranquil setting of the Seishin- an, the Morikami’s authentic tea house. Morikami Museum, 4000 Morikami Park Road. 561-495-0233 Healthy & Free Juneteenth Celebration, Old School Square Entertain- ment Pavilion, 5pm-11pm, Free health testing to promote healthy living. Fashion show, dance performances, food, merchandise, live music & a youth and a gospel hour! Kid’s area includes face painting. 51 N. Swinton Ave. For more information contact Barbara Haider 954-607-8989or561-243-7922; Magic and Comedy – Family show 7pm – 18 and over show 9pm – The Amazing Mr. A and James Changefield will perform at the Puppetry Arts Center – 94 NE 2nd Avenue. 561-243-4330 Garage Blues: Little Jake Mitchell & The Soul Searchers -8pm The Arts Garage – A former teen prodigy from Tampa, soul-singer Little Jake Mitchell toured with James Brown, Jackie Wilson and Sam Cooke, and won over audiences at the Apollo Theater. 180 NE 1st St. Call 561-450-6357 for tickets. $20-$30 SUNDAY • JUNE 17 Ahoy Maitz… and Dads! Cornell Museum of Art & American Culture, Old School Square – 51 N. Swinton Ave. 561-243- 7922; Sunday, 1-4:30 p.m., All dads receive free admission, with child admission, for Father’s Day. Others: $10 general; $6 seniors; $4 students (13-21); $2 ages 4-12.Treat Dad to an art-filled afternoon of pirates, myths and legends, and take him on a special treasure hunt! THURSDAY • JUNE 21 Dine out for a Cause – 6pm – 8pm at 50 Ocean (upstairs at the newly renovated Boston’s). Join Celebrity Chef Kerry Morrissey to benefit the Delray Beach Public Library. 561-266-9490. Artists Alley Open Studios and Galleries – 6:00 – 9:00pm All artists will be available to discuss their works. Painting…Pottery…Sculpture…Works of Art Subsequent dates are as follows….every Third Thursday of each month: July 19…Aug 16…Sept 20…Oct 18…Nov 15…Dec 20
Juneteenth Celebration – 6pm-8:30pm- The Fun-Raiser benefitting the Spady Museum will take place at Crane’s BeachHouse Hotel, 82 Gleason Street $25 in advance, $30 at the door. Attendees will each receive one free drink ticket good for beer, wine or frozen drinks; additional drinks will be available at happy hour prices. Crane’s BeachHouse Hotel will also provide live music by the dynamic DYMiN and an array of summertime munchies. 561-279-8883 or pay online at THURSDAY – FRIDAY • JUNE 21-29 The Theatre at Arts Garage presents Cabaret Verboten. (Wed-Fri) Bold, provocative and titillating, Cabaret Verboten by Jeremy Lawrence explores Germany’s Weimar era art-scene, a hotbed of music, theatre, and art designed to use satire and irony to expose corruption and social injustice in the face of the Nazi machine’s insidious advance. Arts Garage -180 NE 1st St. Call 561-450-6357 for tickets and showtimes. $30-$35 SATURDAY • JUNE 23 Amazing Mom and Son Challenge – Community Center. 50 NW 1st Avenue. Varied start times from 9:30am. Mom and son teams will “race” around the City of Delray Beach looking for clues and performing challenges. Divisions start at 5 years old. 561-243-7277 or Movie in the Park – 6pm – 9pm – Catherine Strong Splash Park. 1500 SW 6th St. Free and suitable for all ages. Monthly event sponsored by Delray Beach Parks & Rec. 561-243-7194. Jazz Project: Dr. Lonnie Smith Trio – 8pm – The Arts Garage. With his long white beard and turban, Dr. Lonnie brought his distinctive, exciting organ sound to the records of George Benson and Lou Donaldson, and cut some classic sides of his own for the Blue Note label. 180 NE 1st St. Call 561-450-6357 for tickets. $20-$30 SATURDAY – SUNDAY • JUNE 23-24 USA Netball Championships – 25 teams and 300 athletes will participate in Netball Championships. Netball is derived from basketball and one of the most popular sports for women in Australia, South Africa, the UK and Caribbean nations. Finals June 24th. Atlantic High School. 2455 W. Atlantic Avenue. or SUNDAY • JUNE 24 Divas in Art – 7pm – The Arts Garage. Female illusionists, including Ricky Rollick, known for his nostalgic Broadway and retro-style drag performances, Melissa St. John, an artist of female impersonation for more than two decades and Roxie Devine, a star of stage and screen, music and dance. 180 NE 1st St. Call 561-450-6357 for tickets. $15-$20 FRIDAY • JUNE 29 Book Signing 7pm – Patrick Kendrick will speak and sign his book Extended Family -Murder on the Beach Bookstore 273 NE 2nd Avenue 561-279-7790 EXHIBITS Fort Mose: Colonial America’s Black Fortress of Freedom – Through July 29th. This exhibit from the Florida Museum of Natural History explores the history of Fort Mose, America’s first legally sanctioned free black community. Based on five years of historical and archaeological research at Mose and in Spain, the 500-square-foot exhibit explores the African-American colonial experience in the Spanish colonies, from the arrival of Christopher Columbus to the time of the American Revolution. This is a little- known story, and one that offers a powerful alternative image to slavery as the dominant theme in African-American history. Spady Cultural Heritage Museum. 170 NW 5th Ave. Museum admission $5 per person. 561-279-8883 or Ahoy Maitz! Pirates & Treasures!– Through October 28 Cornell Museum of Art & American Culture, Old School Square, 51 N. Swinton Ave.,561-243-7922; Tues.-Sat., 10:30-4:30 p.m.; Sunday, 1-4:30 p.m. $10 general; $6 seniors; $4 students (13-21); $2 ages 4-12; free for ages 3 and under. This family-friendly exhibition celebrates pirates, myths and legends through the remarkable and imaginative paintings of celebrated artist, Don Maitz, who also created the original Captain Morgan Spiced Rum character. Guess the number of “gold doubloons” on our pirate ship, take an art-inspired treasure hunt, learn pirate fun facts and enjoy the children’s interactive gallery.

Shark Month – Through September 30th. Shark feedings at 10:30am Tuesday – Saturday. 100 genuine shark and ray jaws, free fossil dig to find a shark tooth, make your own fossil tooth necklace, take a photo in the giant megalodon jaw. Admission is $4 ages 3 and up. Sandoway House Nature Center, 142 S Ocean Blvd. 561-274-7263 or Ghosts, Goblins and Gods: The Supernatural in Japanese Art –Through September 16th. View an array of paintings, prints, sculptural figures and masks depicting other worldly beings. Morikami Museum, 4000 Morikami Park Road. www.morikami. org. 561-495-0233 Please Send Your Calendar Listings To:


June 17, 2012 Take Dad to See Pirates & Treasures Cornell Museum of Art & American Culture, Old School Square Sunday, 1-4:30 p.m., All dads receive free admission for Father’s Day. Others: $10 general; $6 seniors; $4 students (13-21); $2 ages 4-12. Treat dad to an art-filled afternoon of Pirates & Treasures! Take him on a special treasure hunt for a chance to win a great prize. July 9 – August 3, 2012 Kickin’ Arts Camp Old School Square Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Camp fee $250 per week plus $13 reg. fee Four one-week sessions will incorporate a different “Pirates and Treasures” theme each week — with lots of fun activities for boys and girls! Theatre games, music, art projects and more are led by a caring, creative staff who will give your child support and encouragement. A Friday Showcase for family and friends will cap each week. Bring lunch and a snack. Camp fee includes materials. September 9, 2012 Yo-Ho-Ho and a Bottle of FUN! Cornell Museum of Art & American Culture, Old School Square Sunday, 1-4 p.m.; admission $8 adults; kids free with adult paid admission A family fun day filled with activities fit for pirates and princesses. Treasure hunt, stories, crafts and a surprise guest. 51 N. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach 561-243-7922;