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6th Annual Golden Fest / Hurricane Supply Drive
October 8, 2017 @ 1:00 pm - 11:00 pm
The 6th Annual GOLDEN FEST
October 8th 2017 | 1-10 PM
Boynton Beach Art District
410 W. Industrial Ave
Boynton Beach, FL 33426
6th Annual Golden Fest Includes Art Synergy Hurricane Recovery and Relief Drive # 2: USVI and PR.
Non-perishable foods and juices
Bluetip Waterproof Matches!
Foods for infants and the elderly
Non-electric can opener
Cooking tools and fuel -Sterno Cans
Paper plates and plastic utensils
Clothing (Including rain gear and sturdy shoes)
First Aid Kit, medicines and prescriptions
Toiletries and hygiene items
Special care items (for babies or the elderly)
Flashlight and batteries
Radio (Battery operated and NOAA weather radio)
Sunday, October 8th 2017 for 1-10 p.m.
Rolando Chang Barrero will host the Boynton Beach’s 6th Annual Golden Fest.
The Golden Fest began on Rolando’s 50th birthday as a token of appreciation to the artists and community in 2001. The festival has become a day long showcase of art, music, and performances by young emerging artists and musicians in South Florida. All are invited to stroll the district embellished with murals, visit with the various resident artists studios, meet with some of the best talent in Palm Beach that will be setting up tents throughout the area and enjoy treats for from the food trucks and specialty vendors.
The Industrial Park area will also be the Art Synergy’s Hurricane Recovery and Relief Drive # 2: U.S.V.I. and P.R., the second large scale relief effort Rolando Chang Barrero has organized since the IRMA Hurricane paved the devastating path for Hurricanes Maria and Jose.
Rolando Chang Barrero, Art Synergy, Mayor Steven B. Grant of Boynton Beach, Aquanette Tyson-Thomas, Purple Door Entertainment, The United Way of Palm Beach, United Way of U.S.V.I., and of Puerto Rico will be sponsoring the supply drive to help fill 100 shipping containers for victims.
Recovery and Relief #1 Director of the Boynton Beach Art District, Rolando Chang Barrero who opened the season with Palm Beach County’s longest running and award winning Art Walk at the Boynton Beach Art District last week which included the first “Recovery and Relief Supply Drive” for IRMA victims of the Florida Keys. Rolando Chang Barrero, a long time volunteer at the United Way, contacted the Mayor of Boynton Beach, Steven B. Grant, who joined him on the herculean effort which included driving a 17 foot truck to the lower keys last Sunday.