About 30 different vendors offered their merchandise
As the year moves along, more
visitors are coming to the weekly event in Downtown Lake Worth. Be assured
that the weather helps a great deal, since it now gets noticeably less humid
and just a tad cooler.
And of course the music by
Cricklewood (where did they get that name from?) made it all worthwhile. Cleverly
started in the 50s and then as they got warmed up, they worked their way
closer into more recent music. Very well played!
Our "Season" is coming
closer, and for the Love & Peace Project that means "abandoning" Evening on
the Avenues for a while. But you will be able to visit at many other events,
so please keep looking at the
calendar to find it.
Thank you very much to everybody who dedicated beads at
Evening on the Avenues. You made it all happen, and because of each single
bead you chose, the Project has become closer to its goal.
A special Thank You goes to my dear friend Harold for
helping with the take down of the booth after the event. It really means so
I am looking forward to come back to Lake Worth with a
bigger and better display!
- Ingrid Webster -
Some very special beads
The Love & Peace Project on its familiar place
A close up of some beads
Spectators are anxiously awaiting the start of the music
This booth looks so inviting
Today's addition to the Project
The sun cast a magical light onto the scene
Just a small part of the Project