Arts & Econonmic Prosperity

The Economic Impact of Nonprofit Arts and Cultural Organizations and Their Audiences in the city of Lake Worth, Florida.

The Arts & Economic Prosperity 5 study provides compelling evidence that the nonprofit arts and culture sector is a $27.3 million industry in the City of Lake Worth—one that supports 650 full-time equivalent jobs and generates $2.7 million in local and state government revenue...

Read more ...

Have a drink, read a book: Cafe to open in Lake Worth book store

Book Cellar , Lake Worth’s new book store on Lake Avenue, plans to open a cafe on Friday selling, wine, beer and pastries.

“We’re paying rent on the whole space so we needed the income for...

Read more ...

Mathews Brewing Company Grand Opening on January 13th 2018

The City of Lake Worth and the Lake Worth Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) are excited to welcome the first brewery and taproom to Lake Worth. Formally opening this week in Lake Worth’s Artisanal Industrial District is Mathews Brewing Company (MBC). Lake Worth’s premiere brewery is located at 130 South ‘H’ Street, just west of Dixie Highway. MBC is a distribution brewery with a tap room and a beer garden where customers can enjoy craft beer, food trucks and music.

Read more ...

Lake Worth’s work/live downtown lofts will give artists financial boost

the term “starving artist” may be a cliche, but it’s also very real. for many, paying rent or a mortgage and shelling out money for a studio space is often a recipe for financial disaster.

Read more ...

Lake Worth Arts Plan

Learn more about how the CRA is working to make Lake Worth the arts center of Palm Beach County. 

Read more ...