Sure, 25 years is a big deal, as West Palm is celebrating. But the City of Lake Worth is celebrating its centennial — that’s 100 — with the biggest Fourth of July celebration in the city’s history. It features activities at Bryant Park, on Lake Worth Beach and at businesses throughout downtown. Here’s a summary of the summery activities:
THE GREAT RAFT RACE: The festivities kick-off with the 11th Annual Great American Raft Race at 10 a.m. Thursday. The parade of rafts through downtown ends with the launch at the Bryant Park boat ramp at 11 a.m. Rafters race a laid-out course in the Intracoasta.
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IF YOU GO
Lake Worth’s Centennial Fourth of July
When: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Thursday, and 6 to 10 p.m. Friday
Where: Lake Worth Beach, Bryant Park, and downtown Lake Worth
Info: 561-533-5272; lakeworth.org