Hot Cars and Chili Cookoff
Our Hot Cars and Chili Cookoff draws almost 100 classic cars each year. Each car competes for Participant’s Choice, Staff’s Choice, Mayor’s Choice and the Top North Palm Beach Resident Cart. While browsing the cars, jamming to live music, and enjoying a beverage or two, enjoy chili from our Chili Cookoff. Chili vendors compete for People’s Choice, Judge’s Choice, and Best Decorated. Do you think you have what it takes to compete for the hottest car and delicious chili? Registration starts mid-December each year.
Annual Book Sale
Movie in the Park
Village-Wide Garage Sale
Find a treasure, or two, or three! Shoppers can literally find anything at this huge sale – even a kitchen sink! Over fifty individual garage sales come to one location for every garage sale buyer’s dream. Interested in being a garage sale vendor? Check back for registration starting in February.
The hunt is on! The egg hunt that is. Join the Flashlight Egg Hunt for ages eight (8) and older. Bring a flashlight with fresh batteries and something to stash your goodies in! Then, for ages zero (0) to seven (7), join the Annual Egg Hunt. The hunt will be divided into three sections: ages 0 – 2, 3 – 5, and 6 – 8. Parents can only help children in the under 2 and under 5 sections. Don’t forget to bring your own basket! And don’t forget to hop on over to meet the Easter bunny. In between, we also have our Easter Bunny Fire Engine Visit!
July 4th Celebration
You and your family are invited to celebrate the Fourth of July with the Village of North Palm Beach and North Palm Beach Country Club. Bring lawn chairs, blankets, and sit back and relax as you enjoy the fantastic fireworks display.
Anchorage Aweigh Fishing Tournament
Join the Anchorage Aweigh Fishing Tournament! This fun tournament is available to both youth and adults. Lines go in the water at 6:00 a.m. and weigh-in takes place at the Anchorage Park Marina from 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Inshore anglers fish for trout, sheep’s head and snapper. Offshore anglers fish for king, dolphin, wahoo, mutton snapper and grouper. Compete for heaviest catch in both youth and adult divisions.
Touch-a-Truck and Fire Safety Fair
Watch fire demonstrations and get hands-on with a variety of working trucks that make life possible in our modern world. Kids enjoy sitting in the driver’s seat of many different trucks and vehicles. The Fire Safety Fair offers a great opportunity to see the equipment firefighters use and meet the people who work hard to keep our city safe.
Links 5K Ghost Run
Wear your best Halloween running outfit and take your place in the costume contest! All finishers receive a unique collector’s medal and breakfast courtesy of Farmer’s Table. Don’t forget the Lil’ Goblin Gallop for kids under eight.
Arts and Crafts Fall Festival
Find a variety of holiday gifts, decorations and works of art. The craft show features 50 vendors with hand-crafted or embellished items. Have some crafts and items you hand-made and would like to sell? Let us know during the fall season so we can register you.
Tree Lighting Ceremony
Welcome the holiday season with the Village of North Palm Beach’s Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony. Enjoy music performances by the North Palm Beach Youth Symphony, treats by the Friends of the North Palm Beach Library, and the official tree lighting with the Mayor. There will even be “snow” for the children to enjoy.
Santa’s Holiday Texts
We’re in modern times, and even Santa knows how to text! Santa will text your child and chat about their wish list. Complete a Latter to Santa Form and drop it into Santa’s Mailbox that can be found around North Palm Beach. One at Anchorage Park (603 Anchorage Drive), one at the North Palm Beach Library (303 Anchorage Drive), and one at the Community Center (1200 Prosperity Farms Road).
Santa’s Trolley Rides
Take the whole family to ride on Santa’s Trolley around the Village of North Palm Beach. Enjoy neighbors’ holiday lights and decorations. Then, step into the North Palm Beach Library’s Winter Wonderland and visit Santa! Treats and crafts will be provided by the Friends of the North Palm Beach Library.