More than 30 eateries at Boynton Mall food fest this weekend


Three things to do this week in Boynton Beach include:

1. Food Hall at Boynton Beach Mall. The Boynton Beach Mall at 801 N. Congress Ave. will host a free food fest Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m to 5 p.m. The north end of mall near Sears will be transformed into a traditional food hall featuring more than 30 specialty food eateries, gourmet foods and “one of a kind” foods. There will be kids entertainment and indoor table and chairs for families. For more information, call (561) 736-7900.

2. Yoga with horses. Wild Sky Yoga is hosting a yoga class with horses Saturday at Willow Brook Farm on 9350 102 Place from 6-8 p.m. Those who attend can practice yoga on or off a horse. The class will end with complementary wine and vegan cookies. Those who attend must bring their own yoga mat. Tickets are $50 and available for purchase on Wild Sky Yoga’s PayPal website. For more information, call or text 561-305-4952.

3. Business Kick-Off Lunch. South Florida Networks will be hosting a business kick-off lunch Monday from 11:30 a.m to 1:30 p.m. at the Olive Garden on 1001 Congress Ave. All business owners and professionals are welcome to attend the event to build relationships with potential clients or business owners. Lunch specials will be provided. Those interested can register at eventbrite.com and search for the event titled “Boynton Beach Kick Off Lunch.” For more information, visit https://soflo.vcardinfo.com

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