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We got a lot of great feedback about the project and wonderful ideas that we will be sharing soon
WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. (December 22, 2017)-- Thanks to everyone who came out to the Community Think Tank last weekend.  We got a lot of great feedback about the project from travel routes to favorite types of art, and some wonderful ideas that we will be sharing soon.  If you were not able to make this think tank, be sure to send us your feedback at flagershore@wpb.org and be on the lookout for additional opportunities to share your ideas.

Our Music at the Shore event was a smashing success! We had a beautiful South Florida evening with lots of people enjoying popular local musicians, eating at yummy food trucks, watching live art, playing on the street, and strolling along Flagler Shore with family and friends.  Check out all the fun and don’t miss our upcoming events.

What to Do on Flagler Shore
Have family coming into town?  Looking for holiday activities for friends and family?  Come enjoy the beautiful West Palm Beach waterfront and show off to everyone why we live in paradise! See below for some of our upcoming events and activities during the holidays and be sure to check the website for a complete listing at wpb.org/flaglershore:
Dec. 27  
12PM                    Lunch on the Shore
                               Lunch Walk
6PM                       Lantern Walk, Run & Ride
                               Food Trucks on the Shore
Dec. 29                 
12PM                    Lunch Walk
Dec. 30                 
8:30AM               Sunrise Wellness
9AM-1PM           Bike Valet during WPB GreenMarket
The Flagler Shore pilot project temporarily reduces Flagler Drive between Lakeview Ave. and Banyan Blvd to two lanes in order to reclaim 63,000 sq. ft. of additional public space for pedestrians, bicyclists, merchants and additional programming on the WPB waterfront.  For more information and to give us your thoughts on how to create a more dynamic waterfront, visit wpb.org/flaglershore.