Things to do in West Palm Beach


Events in West Palm Beach this month:

GreenMarket every Saturday (with the exception of March 24). On March 17, there will be a St. Patrick’s Day Photo Booth, where guests can take photos with lucky, green props.

Screen on the Green on March 9, will feature car-themed creative activities for kids, followed by the free screening of “Cars 3.”

• The Palm Beach Post Spring Break Concert and a Spring Break Farmers Market, take place March 19 and March 23, respectively, book-ending the week of Spring Break for Palm Beach County Public Schools.

A new outdoor market opens Sunday at the Riviera Beach Marina — with an island vibe. The event celebrates the city’s cultural and historical connection to the Caribbean Islands, especially the Bahamas.

TikiMarket will be open year-round from 4 to 7 p.m. each Sunday at the Marina, at 190 E. 13th Street. It is free and open to the public. The market replaces the more standard green market that had been held off and on over the years at the marina.

Are you looking for spring break activities for your child? Send them to Spring Break Zoo Camp, a new adventure at Palm Beach Zoo.

Spring Break Zoo Camp is offered for one session, March 19-23, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cost: Members: $230; non-members: $260; lunch (optional): $45.

For more information and registration details, visit www.palmbeachzoo.org/zoo-camp.

Comprehensive Alcoholism Rehabilitation, Inc. is hosting its 2018 Annual Spring Luncheon on March 10, to honor the legacy of CARP’s past and thank those who are funding CARP’s new campus. The luncheon takes place at Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach, 2800 S. Ocean Blvd., with a reception beginning at 11:30 a.m. The guest speaker, Mark Lundholm, is a critically acclaimed playwright and author of “Addicted: A Comedy of Substance.”

There will also be an exclusive live auction, emceed by Jonathan Duerr – with items donated by Tiffany & Co., exclusive Palm Beach County golf clubs including Frenchman’s Creek and Old Palm Golf Club, Dr. Fredric Barr, and an MVP basketball player. Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are available on CARP’s website, carpinc.org/events, or by calling CARP’s main office at 561-844-6400.



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