BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — We don’t mean to make fun of the Occupy Movement — but there is something about “Occupy Boca Raton” that caries with it a certain element of Saturday Night Live humor, and an image of a bunch of guys named Bernie, women named Pearl, and bronze Lexus sedans parked haphazardly along side of this group demanding better walkers.
But we don’t mean to make fun of the Occupy Movement.
So, for that reason, BocaNewsNow.com shares with you the schedule for this weekend’s Occupy event that will take place outside the Boca Resort. We know that Boca Raton Police are preparing for whatever that brings — whether it’s one protestor or a thousand.
Here’s the schedule:
Saturday, January 21
Meet at the Occupy Palm Beach County site, N. Olive and Banyon Blvd. (Old City
Hall), West Palm Beach
12 – 2 pm — Know Your Rights Training (basics for dealing with the law)
2 – 4 pm — OPBC General Assembly (open meeting for Occupy Palm Beach County)
4 – 6 pm — Direct Action Spokes Council (planning meeting of
participants in actions to confront and expose GAIM conference
6 – 8 pm — Direct Action & Affinity Groups Training (basic skills for
taking the streets and creating revolution)
All Day — Making protest props, signs, banners, noisemakers, etc.
All Night — Slumber party under the dim stars of downtown West Palm Beach
Sunday, January 22
9 am — Caravan from West Palm to Boca Raton
10 am — March to Boca Raton Resort & Club to greet the GAIM
participants on their way in to register. Meet up at Federal Hwy and
Camino Real Blvd.
3pm — Flotilla of boats, canoes and kayaks to visit the Boca Resort’s
waterfront. Meet at Palmetto Park inlet to join in or send off the
All Night — Eat, assemble and be merry
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