Have you seen beautiful, bright purple berries while visiting PBC Parks? Beautyberry can be spotted at a number of our parks! Watch this short video to learn about some unique facts about these stunning plants, including how they’re beneficial to both humans and animals!
The South County Civic Center is a 14,780 square-foot rental facility conveniently located in Delray Beach across from Morikami Park and Japanese Gardens. The Civic Center is available for your special occasions, meetings and festivities. It is ideal for conferences, trade shows, birthday parties, weddings, family reunions, banquets, anniversary parties, and meetings for HOAs, clubs, organizations, corporations and everything in between!
Did you know that the Cabbage Palm tree (aka Sabal Palm) is Florida’s state tree? Watch this short video to learn more interesting facts about this tree, including how some Native Americans have used the tree!
In 1983, Palm Beach County resident Fred Sandberg helped bring a ‘Wheelchair Accessible Heart Trail’ to John Prince Park. 35 years later, he helped PBC Parks make renovations and additions to the Wheelchair Course.
Watch Fred’s story to learn about the course, how it’s helped him, and how it continues to help the Palm Beach County community stay active and healthy.
Did you know White Tailed Deer can be spotted in some Palm Beach County Parks? Watch #pbcParks “Animal Encounters” and to find out where and learn some fun facts about these interesting animals!
Danielle Consoni has been painting since she was 7 years old. Now a flourishing artist in her community, she had her first exhibition in August 2018 with The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County. Against the obstacles she has faced and overcome, she always returns to her painting to heal, focus, and lays it all on the canvas.
Danielle’s art collection will be on display from April 12 to April 24 at the CMAA Therapeutic Recreation Complex. Contact Holly Teruggi at 561-966-7026 for more info on this event!
Arts4All Florida – Palm Beach County, founded in 1985, is an affiliate of Arts4All Florida and sponsored in part by Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation Department. The mission of Arts4All Florida – Palm Beach County is to create a society where people with disabilities can learn through, participate in, and enjoy the arts. For more information, visit http://www.a4apbc.com.
The Pond Apple goes by many names, including Alligator Apple, Annona Glabra, and Monkey Apple. The tree cannot grow in dry settings, and is commonly found near ponds or other bodies of water. Check out the latest episode of “What’s that Plant?” to find out where you can spot Pond Apple in our parks!