Look what's happening in Delray Beach over Thanksgiving week and weekend
Wishing you a very happy Thanksgiving! And after you had your fill of turkey and football, there are many things happening in Delray.
Shop 'till you drop. It's crazy but the stores are offering all kinds of sales and some are even open on Thanksgiving. So if getting up at 4 a.m. to go shopping suits you, you will have no shortage of places to spend your money.
Amid all of the hoopla, don't forget about Delray's beautiful beach. It's beautiful, peaceful and free.
Friday, Nov 23
Free Friday Concerts at the Pavilion
IKO IKO (Blues group)
Old School Square
51 No. Swinton
Bring blankets or lawn chairs
No pets, food or beverages. Food trucks sell food and drinks.
Saturday, Nov 24
10 - 5 p.m. (Saturday & Sunday)
Downtown Delray Beach Art Festival
Along Northeast and Southeast Fourth Ave. near Atlantic Ave.
Cost: Free admission
For more information call 561.243.7922 or visit delraycenterforthearts.org
Nov. 29 - Dec. 2
2 p.m. and 8 p.m.
The 1940's Radio Hour
(The final holiday broadcast of WOV radio station in December of 1943)
Lake Worth Playhouse
713 Lake Ave
Tickets $23 - $35
Great music - Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy, Merry Little Christmas, Black Magic and many other favorites.
For more information call 561.586.6410 or visit lakeworthplayhouse.org.
Deck 84 (Open on Thanksgiving noon - 8 p.m.)
840 E. Atlantic Ave.
$$$ out of $$$$$
Beauiful setting on the Intracoastal and eat inside or out
Special Thanksgiving menu
For more information, call 561.665.8484 or visit Deck84.com
Rise of the Guardians Click to see trailer
Animated. Family friendly film. Jack Frost and the "Fab Four" (Santa, the Easter Bunny, the Sand Man and the Tooth Fairy) team up to save children of the world.
Thanksgiving 1959 by Jay Price Click to read the synopsis
An adult book
"Thanksgiving 1959-Before New York became the metropolis that it is, there was a small neighborhood of Irish and Italian immigrants who existed for the yearly football game rivalry. However, everything changes for this small town, in 1959, on the road to the championship game."
Click here to read an excerpt