May in Lake Worth

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May Flowers bring color and life to Lake Worth, which is becoming the epicenter of South Florida’s Great Arts Renaissance. This month, on May 6th, The Community Foundation and United Way are hosting the Great Give, and the Flamingo Clay Studio and Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery will be participating. To celebrate, the ModSquad is spotlighting its many fine art gallery members, where exhibits are constantly changing. So make the month of May an art tour month. Start on the 600 block of Lucerne and visit the Lake Worth Arts League, South Florida’s oldest arts association. Their beautiful gallery is filled with paintings and photography. Head west to the MaryAnne and Bruce Webber Galleries, located on the 700 block of Lucerne the longest established galleries and framing establishments in Lake Worth. There are many other little galleries located in the nooks and crannies of the town. Take a day to explore and delight in the art that fills this town. To enter The Great Give visit www.greatgivepbc.org. May 1-31 Brogue’s Down Under This Irish pub and restaurant has learned the formula for packing in crowds for dinner and a show. With their elegant and newly windowed back restaurant, diners can come in for a fine meal and to enjoy their Thursday evening (5-8PM) Rod Stewart Tribute Band. Watch for additional evenings with addition tribute groups to spring up on a regular basis. May 1-31 Flow Source Lake Worth now welcomes exciting new Street Performers to town beginning in May. FlowSource has found a new home in Lake Worth. Every First and Third Friday in May for Lake Worth’s Evenings on the Avenues, FlowSource will be presenting a flowing team of powerful, creative, and joyful individuals dedicating their lives to what they love to do best. These artists are excited to share many forms of performance arts. They will mesmerize, captivate, and amaze you. You will laugh and join in the fun. See live painting and portraits by Zipporah SkyWalker, Spoken Word/Poetry acapella and musical accompaniment by Casandra Tenenbaum, Brian Ritter, and Emily Andari. Poi, Staff, and Hula Hoop performances by Patrick Kiebzak, Jeremiah Collins, Blair Welcome, and Cassandra Tenenbaum. Watch as these performers, especially as they use LED and fire props! They inspire community connection through playful interactions and create a showcase spectacle in Downtown Lake Worth that links the community with performers, artists, and merchants. May 10th The Second Saturday Sidewalk Sale Lake Worth is always filled with Big Bargains and a ThirdEye Adventure. The Second Saturday Sidewalk sales fill the downtown streets with treasures. Long cherished, Bees Knees, has lost its lease in Lake Worth and is looking for a new site. You Bees Knees addicts can find their extraordinary and affordable treasures every Second Saturday on the parking lot of CGMS Gallery, 15 South J Street. This is Lake Worth’s example of neighbor helping neighbor. The best way to get the Bees Knees up an running again is to come downtown and make sure you buy out their parking lot sale. GotThirdEyeAdventures.com raises money for local charities. This month’s adventure is “Back to Boston,” a bar crawl and tap takeover. This adventure will feature an 80’s Costume Contest with food, fun, music & prizes. May 16th Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery The Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery will celebrates its 5-year anniversary in downtown Lake Worth. The party starts at 6 pm. Some of Palm Beach’s best performers come out to celebrate this anniversary. In keeping with Gallery Anniversary Tradition, butterflies will be handed out to the first 100 visitors. Champagne and cake will be served. All in all, a great time for all at this classic Lake Worth party.