Three (3) Cultural offerings on one day and the car never left the driveway that is what Lake Worth Fl. can offer. That is not counting the morning at the beach before it got too hot. The Lake Worth Historical Museum was open on Sat. from 1 – 4 p.m. They have a wonderful marketing message created by Walter Harper that speaks to how young 100-year town is. So most of what is in the collection are relatable to a not so distant past.
The next stop was at the Cultural Council which just opened a new exhibit by YES local artist Deborah Yates another one of our gems. Who has found herself in our burgeoning artist-friendly town, following the steps of several other artists from Key West and Coconut Grove/Miami. It is one stunning exhibit in the small gallery space sponsored by Chase Bank. I have to admit I was taken with this work. It is abstract, not my personal taste, however, I recognize it’s power as you turn the corner and are confronted with OMG this is good. Deborah also does environmental art on a large scale. Definitely, go see.
Then a stop for good Mexican food at Lupitas. It was packed with people just returning from the beach Laplaya, with a party in full swing in the private room.
Last wonderful experience of the day was Oliver at the Lake Worth Playhouse downtown Lake Worth. It was well-produced everyone was on cue and the casting was flawless. (Call for Flashdance is now open) The music memorable and the performances on track there was just one person who appeared to be out of sync at the very end and that was an adult. The young theatre troupe was flawless. What wonderful future thespians talent we have here in our area. Soon they can be inducted into the International Thespian Society wish you all well. Thank You Tabitha for the ticket.