City of Boynton Beach front announces ‘I have a dream’ celebration

The City of Boynton Seashore will rejoice the anniversary of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s iconic “I HAVE A DREAM” speech with a FREE, family-friendly occasion. The event will take place on Saturday, August 28, 2021 from 12 pm – 4 pm at the Boynton Beach front Amphitheater at Centennial Park (120 East Ocean Avenue). The party will characteristic food trucks, non-income organizations, video games and kids’ activities, new music and entertainment, and a Student Artwork Showcase at the Boynton Seashore Arts & Cultural Center (125 E. Ocean Ave.). The Health and fitness Treatment District of Palm Beach front County will present totally free Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccines to attendees 18+. For much more information and facts, visit boynton-beach, email [email protected], or call 561-742-6010.

Somewhere around twenty nonprofit corporations will be showcased, supplying attendees information and facts and enjoyment interactive encounters. A selection of food items trucks will be serving up foodstuff and beverages available for acquire. Attendees are encouraged to convey refillable h2o bottles to utilize the City’s Sustainable AquaFill Station. The entire spouse and children will be entertained with tunes, Map dance performances and historical shows.

A highlight of the event is an MLK Student Art Showcase that consists of imaginative artwork expressions influenced by UMOJA (Swahili for unity). Nearby pupils submitted artwork that will be exhibited for two weeks at the Boynton Beach Arts & Cultural Centre, with an opening scheduled for Friday, August 27 from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm.  

Even though at the occasion, “Take a Selfie” and tag Facebook: @boyntonbeachcity, Instagram: @cityofboyntonbeach and include #BoyntonMLK when posting for a possibility to obtain a $25 Reward Card to a Boynton Beach cafe.


  • Cost-free Community Parking Whole lot situated at the corner of Seacrest Blvd. and Boynton Beach Blvd.(Enter off East Boynton Beach front Blvd.)
  • Available parking will be out there. 
  • Free of charge, ongoing, round-trip transportation will be supplied from the parking ton at Sara Sims Park.
  • East Ocean Avenue and 1st Avenue will be shut.

An ASL interpreter will be delivered. ADA accommodation requests can be built by calling 561-742-6241 or Florida Relay 711.

Attendance at Metropolis gatherings is at your individual risk. For every CDC pointers, facial coverings and social distancing is advisable.