Turtle nesting season is over until March 1st, so the beach is open late and we’ll be out on the sand until MIDNIGHT!
People gather each month in Lake Worth to celebrate the full moon with high energy drumming and dancing; a global tradition shared by indigenous cultures throughout history. Dancing to a collective rhythm seems to provide a grounding center-note that goes to the heart of what it means to be part of a community.
In Palm Beach County, Lake Worth is the traditional home of this family-friendly gathering. It’s organized by a rhythm-based family of friends who keep it accessible to all, whether they come to play, dance or just watch.
Although the building is finished, the parking lot is still under construction. We'll have to see how it goes. There are 90 completed spaces available at the top of the hill nearest the beach if you get there early. In case of rain, we can resume in a nearby pavilion.
Please observe City rules: no drugs, alcohol, or open fires