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The Easter Bonnet Dog Parade is a Delray tradition

The Easter Bonnet Dog Parade is a Delray tradition

The Trouble with Doug @ Arts Garage

  A contemporary re-imagining of Kafka’s Metamorphosis, “The Trouble With Doug” is a hilarious and moving new musical about a healthy young man who transforms inexplicably into a giant talking slug.

The play opens April 18. Tickets are $30 and $45. Visit www.artsgarage,org for more information.


Jimmy Webb in Delray

We love Jimmy Webb.

His rendition of Glenn Campbell’s Galveston, Wichita Lineman and By The Time I Get to Phoenix  are simply sublime. His Friday show has sold out but our friends at the Arts Garage have added a Sunday evening show at 7:30.

Visit www.artsgarage.org and grab those tickets.

 A true living legend of songwriting, Webb: is the only artist ever to have received Grammy Awards for music, lyrics, and orchestration. This is a can’t miss event.

Easter Pet Parade

Come to the Delray Beach Green Market Saturday for the 13th annual Easter Bonnet Pet Parade.

You never know what you may see, one year there was even a goat that attended in Easter finery.

The best dressed animals in Delray strut their stuff at 10:00 am in a parade up NE 1st Avenue and west on Atlantic Avenue to the front lawn of the Cornell Museum for judging and prizes.  Stick around to see who wins! I am one of the veteran judges and it is a tremendous honor…thanks Lori Nolan!

Categories: Most Traditional, Most Original, Funniest, Most Frou-Frou, Most Tropical, and Owner-Pet Look-Alike, and Best of Show

  • Entry Fee: $3 with all proceeds going to Dezzy’s Second Chance Rescue.  Registration is from 9:00 to 9:45 am under the “Big Top” directly behind the Green Market and in front of the amphitheater.  Parade starts at 10am


Easter Sunrise Service


 A long standing tradition in Delray Beach, residents and tourists alike, bring beach chairs and celebrate Easter as the sun rises.

This year’s event will take place at 6:30 a.m. Easter Sunday at the beach pavilion.

 The Delray Beach Interfaith Clergy Association hosts the beautiful service.

  The service will include hymns of the season, readings, and prayers.    An offering will be taken and proceeds contributed to The Delray Beach Interfaith Clergy Association’s outreach in our community.

 Bring beach chairs and sit on the beach or in front of the new pavilion.

 The Delray Beach Interfaith Clergy Association is a local association which welcomes clergy and congregations of all faiths in the Delray Beach area. 




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