Mayor Pam Triolo and city commissioners donned attire from the Roaring Twenties Friday to dedicate the new casino building officially during a ceremony that featured music from the 1920s and a man riding a big-wheel bicycle, a tribute to the original casino that opened in 1922.
“For many years, we have dreamed about fixing our casino building and beach,” Triolo said. “This location really is our beautiful jewel.”
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What: The city will host a 1920s-style family day at the beach as part of the grand-opening festivities for the city’s new casino building and renovated beach site.
When: 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Saturday.
Features: Free admission to the William O. Lockhart Municipal Pier (fishing pier). Ferris wheel rides, food and drinks for 25 cents (1920s prices). Face painting. Blackjack tournament. Stores and restaurants will be open.
Parking: Free at the beach until 4 p.m.
More information: Call (561) 533-7395.