"A Guy on Clematis" gives his roundup on events for the weekend of March 3-5.
JDRF One Walk to fight Type 1 Diabetes
Saturday, March 4th
Join us 7:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at Meyer Amphitheater (105 Evernia St.). Our flagship fundraising event draws more than 900,000 people who raise money for T1D research each year. Many have T1D themselves, and many more are friends, family or coworkers of someone with the disease. Come walk with others who believe together we can turn Type One into Type None. Event is free but donations are encouraged. Produced by Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
For more information, visit www.jdrf.org.
Autism Speaks Walk
Sunday, March 5
Autism Speaks Walk is powered by the love of parents, grandparents, siblings, friends, relatives and support providers for people with autism. With every step you take and every dollar you raise, you help enhance lives today and accelerate a spectrum of solutions for tomorrow. 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. at the Meyer Amphitheatre (105 Evernia St.)
For more information, visit www.autismspeakswalk.org/palmbeach.
Evening on Antique Row
Saturday - March 4
$40 General Admission - $100 VIP
Looking for something fun to do Saturday night? Join us at Evening on Antique Row, the area's chicest street party under the stars in West Palm Beach! 6 blocks, 49 stores, 5 food trucks, 4 restaurants, 3 caterers, live entertainment, luxe shopping, cocktails and it all benefits the Historical Society of PBC!
Intersection Repair Project
Sunday, March 5 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Fern and Tamarind
Grab a paintbrush! You’re invited to join the City of West Palm Beach and Dreyfoos School of the Arts students for this fun-filled, family event! The intersection will become a canvas as students, City leaders, and community members transform the area into an incredible work of art with a special safety message! There will be free fun, live art, music and food! All ages invited, but children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Wear comfortable ‘paint clothes’.
For more information, contact Sybille Welter, Art in Public Places Coordinator; 561-822-1521.