BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — We’ve been telling you about it for weeks and today is the today. What is considered the largest event for people with disabilities is set for Spanish River Park from 10a until 3p.
The 4th Annual Boca Raton Boating and Beach Bash. Read on for details:
WHERE: Spanish River Park, A1A, Boca Raton
WHAT’S HAPPENING? Free admission to Spanish River Park, includes beach access for the day. Complimentary hotdogs, hamburgers, chips, beverages, dessert, live bands, singers, supervised boat rides, Kid’s Fun Zone and more. Largest annual celebration of diversity in the nation. All volunteer event with hosts that include the Coast Guard, Coast Guard Auxiliary, Junior Navy ROTC Cadets, students from two universities, City Lifeguards, Miami Dolphin, Junior League, Moms, Dads, Neighbors and Friends all gathered in one place to welcome guests, caregivers and families. Official opening ceremony at 11:00 AM featuring Congressman Ted Deutch, Mayor Susan Whelchel, Color Guard Ceremony.
WHY: This is the 4th year this event has been held in Boca Raton. It is sponsored and supported by area residents, nonprofits and corporations. It is an event that recognizes the most underserved in society and those who love and care for them. The event Florida residents and Florida visitors with physical and/or intellectual challenges, their families and caregivers. The Bash is commonly referred to as, ‘The Miracle on the Intracoastal’
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