July Events in Palm Beach County

July 2, 2018

Fourth on Flagler – Celebrating 30 years, the city of West Palm Beach will host a special extravaganza featuring a performance from The Air National Guard Band of the South, a 45-member military music ensemble and a dynamic water show. This events boasts 3 stages of entertainment, a military honor ceremony, larger-than-life versions of games like Human Foosball, life-sized Jenga and Pong, an air-conditioned arcade and almost 20 minutes worth of fireworks! The fun starts at 5pm at the east end of Clematis Street and is free to the public. Learn more: http://wpb.org/4th/


Christmas In July – On Saturday, July 21, Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium in Abacoa will be transformed into a winter wonderland for this spectacular event.  There will be candy canes galore, a snowball fight, spiked eggnog, and much more! You can take in a baseball game too as the Palm Beach Cardinals take on the St. Lucie Mets at 5:30PM! Nothing says summer quite like a night dedicated to the Christmas season! For more information visit: https://bit.ly/2NbcfHY


Turtle Walks – The Loggerhead Marinelife Center will host Turtle Walks during the month of July.  This unique program allows visitors to learn about and observe the nesting and egg-laying process of sea turtles.  Experienced scouts patrol a designated section of Juno Beach searching for sea turtles while visitors enjoy an informative presentation and an after-hours experience to view current ‘patients’ in the outdoor Sea Turtle Hospital. Once a loggerhead sea turtle is found and begins her egg-laying process, the group is then led down to the beach to witness this unforgettable experience. Doors open around 8:40pm and close at 9pm, rain or shine.  Learn more on how to reserve your spot: https://bit.ly/29T9WqK