"Arts in the Park" will bring together city residents and visitors as well as local city businesses and officials to experience and appreciate the value that the arts bring to Hallandale Beach. Music, dance, singing, visual arts, crafts and drama will be presented on stage and throughout the park.
Local artists will make their designs available along with food vendors and activities for children. Professional artists like Brady, Trace Marxs, The Gospel Flirtation and Eugene Gilmore will donate their talents to perform for attendees along with local talent, including Palms Center African Dance & Drum, Girls of Destiny, and Ultimate Proof.
PCAC's Creative Arts Expressions Program participants will present Creative Expression Arts during the festival. The program recently initiated its first twelve-week cycle with a grant from the Community Foundation of Broward. "Arts in the Park" is part of PCAC and the Community Foundation's efforts to enhance the quality of life, access to the arts and other educational efforts in the community.
This first "Arts in the Park" festival coincides with the grand opening of a new Foster Park building in the recently renovated and enhanced Foster Park. Residents from throughout the city as well as visitors to Hallandale Beach will have the opportunity to enjoy food, performances, music and visual arts while experiencing the results of the city's efforts in Foster Park, including the innovative new Foster Park Community Center.
"Arts in the Park" will continue quarterly. The "Arts in the Park" festival in Foster Park is sponsored by the PCAC, the City of Hallandale Beach, Mayor Joy Cooper, The Future Foundation, and the city's former Vice-Mayor, Bill Julian.
For further information, contact the Palms Community Action Coalition at: (954) 457-2993 or palmsaction@
The Palms Community Action Coalition is a 501(C)3 community organization in Hallandale Beach, Florida. PCAC is dedicated to strengthening the city's Palms community by engaging residents of all ages in efforts to increase safety, promote peace and vitality and to enhance economic development for a continually improving quality of life throughout the city.