The City of West Palm Beach, WPB CRA and WPB DDA will hold a public meeting and open house to discuss Flagler Shore
The City of West Palm Beach, WPB CRA and WPB DDA will hold a public meeting and open house to discuss Flagler Shore on Saturday, December 16 at 4:00 p.m. The Flagler Shore pilot project temporarily reduces Flagler Drive between Lakeview and Banyan to two lanes in order to reclaim 63,000 sq. ft. of additional public space for pedestrians, bicyclists, merchants and additional programming on the WPB waterfront.
This is an opportunity for members of the public to provide ideas for what they would like to see that would attract people to the waterfront. There will be a series of interactive exchange booths where participants can collaborate with the hosts and discuss how to make the waterfront more vibrant.
The public is invited to participate in the discussion by providing their thoughts on the project to date, suggestions for programming, and ideas to make the waterfront more inviting for residents and visitors. The City encourages WPB residents to participate in the discussion and help determine the future of the WPB waterfront.
Following the community meeting, visitors can experience Flagler Shore for themselves and explore the Music on the Shore event featuring live music, vendors, artists and more along the WPB waterfront. See complete listing below.
Music at the Shore
December 16, 2017
6:00 to 10:00 PM
Throughout Flagler Shore
Guests can enjoy live music and dancing under the stars at Flagler Shore with various local bands and solo acts on three stages along with artists, vendors and more. There will also be an open mic for those who wish to share their talent, first come first sing/play. Hosted by the DDA, UniverCity Backyard Garden Gatherings, and Song Catcher Project. Lineup includes KIDS (indie, folk alternative rock), Rivers (cool indie pop), The Anchor Collective (indie spiritual folk rock), Keith Welsh (folk) , Keith Johns (folk), and Nicholas Roberts (indie rock). Plus check out a runway show with the new Manta Swimwear collection, because it is always sunny in Florida.
Ryvis Sierra // The SBS Agency