Rosemary Square Introduces Monthly Programming

The monthly initiative will focus on family, pet-friendly, and environmental programming for the community


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Rosemary Square in West Palm Beach will continue to bring the community together with the new themed recurring gatherings. The monthly entertainment program on the lawn will focus on experiences that cater to uniting the community through family, pet-friendly, and environmental programming.

The events will include Dog Days, Sustainable Sundays, and TGIFamily, feature special guests, pop-ups, live music and workshops. The events will offer Rosemary Square’s surrounding shops and restaurants a platform to engage with the neighborhood visitors.

Dog Days, which launched on Sunday, February 14, will host pups and their people every second Sunday of the month from 1 to 3 p.m. for themed get-togethers, costume bashes, meet-and-greets, and more. 

Sustainable Sundays will kick off on February 21 from 5 to 6 p.m. and will bring a celebration of environmentalism to Rosemary Square on the third Sunday of every month. Master gardener Mike Kane of The Garden Shoppe and sustainability-focused community partners will host a mix and mingle with fellow plant enthusiasts during an hour-long plant swap event. Guests can bring bring their favorite houseplants, herbs, and vegetable plants, and plant clippings to share with others to help grow each other’s collection.

The monthly offerings conclude with TGIFamily on every final Friday of the month. Launching on February 26 at 6:30 p.m., Rosemary Square will host fun and family-oriented activities on the lawn overlooking the playful Water Pavilion and LED Wishing Tree. Each gathering features activities for kids and adults ranging from movie nights and sing-alongs to decorative teepee set-ups. More details to be announced on the Rosemary Square website soon.

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