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35th Annual Downtown Delray Festival of the Arts

Explore the vibrant world of art at the 35th Annual Downtown Delray Festival of the Arts, presented by Howard Alan Events. This outdoor art festival is renowned as one of the premier art affairs in the U.S., blending time-honored classics with contemporary masterpieces. Immerse yourself in a juried art festival featuring hand-crafted creations spanning glass, photography, painting, mixed media, fiber, jewelry, and more.

Date: January 13th & 14th Time: 10 am - 5 pm
Location: 104 West Atlantic Avenue (Between NW 5th Ave & Swinton Ave)

Admission is FREE, offering an opportunity for art enthusiasts and the community to come together in appreciation of creativity. The festival transforms 5 blocks of West Atlantic Avenue into an outdoor gallery, showcasing the talent of hundreds of artists.

Please note that West Atlantic Avenue (both eastbound and westbound) will be temporarily closed to vehicular traffic from Swinton Avenue to NW 5th Avenue starting Saturday, January 13th at 3 am until Sunday, January 14th at 10 pm. Plan accordingly and explore alternate routes for a smooth experience.

For convenient parking, we recommend taking Woolbright Road in Boynton Beach if you're coming from I-95. Head east to Seacrest Blvd, then south into Downtown Delray (Seacrest turns into NE 2nd Avenue). The Old School Square garage at NE 2nd Avenue and NE 1st Street is the ideal parking spot, providing easy access to the festival's starting point at West Atlantic Avenue and Swinton Avenue.

Discover more parking options at Join the weekend filled with art, culture, and community spirit at the Downtown Delray Festival of the Arts!


Delray Green Market

Explore the vibrant and fresh delights of the Delray GreenMarket, a beloved Saturday morning haven. Nestled on the front lawn of the Cornell Art Museum at Old School Square, this open-air farmer's market, crafted in 1996 by the Community Redevelopment Agency, has blossomed into one of Delray Beach's most cherished and charming seasonal traditions.

With over 50 vendors, the Delray GreenMarket showcases Palm Beach County's finest farm-to-fork produce, including freshly picked citrus, farm-fresh eggs, raw milk and butter, 100% grass-fed and finished (antibiotic and hormone-free) Florida beef, poultry, pork, and lamb. Indulge in fragrant artisan baked goods, explore gluten-free, vegan, and sugar-free products, and discover an array of fresh cut flowers, plants, and other gourmet fare. As you wander through the market, enjoy the delightful backdrop of live musical entertainment that changes each week.

For those interested in becoming vendors, connect with GreenMarket Manager Lori Johnson at 561-276-7511 or via email at Don't miss your chance to be a part of this thriving community of local producers and artisans.

Join every Saturday until May 18th, from 9 am to 3 pm, as the GreenMarket continues to bring the best of local flavors, music, and community spirit to Delray Beach. It's not just a market; it's a lively celebration of all things fresh and fabulous!


Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Brunch

Indulge in a cherished community tradition with the Spady Museum's "I Have A Dream" Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast—an event that has become synonymous with unity and celebration. Welcoming over 300 attendees from Palm Beach and Broward counties, this signature breakfast is a highlight in the event calendar, often selling out well in advance.

Guests can anticipate an engaging morning filled with inspiring guest speakers, soulful musical entertainment, and a delectable full breakfast buffet—all designed to commemorate the enduring legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. Tickets for this impactful event are priced at $45.

Secure your spot at this meaningful gathering by purchasing tickets at For additional details or inquiries, reach out to the Spady Museum team at 561-279-8883 or via email at Don't miss the chance to be part of this resonant celebration honoring the vision and impact of Martin Luther King, Jr.

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