West Palm Beach’s Fairy Tale Playhouses Revealed, Will Be Auctioned To Support 15 Local Nonprofits
As part of the City of West Palm Beach’s “Summer in Paradise” campaign, child-size homes reflecting beloved and popular fairy tales from around the world have been unveiled along the West Palm Beach waterfront.
The child-size Fairy Tale Playhouses were painted and adorned by 15 local artists, and are currently on display at 101 North Clematis Street through July 26. They will be auctioned off in support of 15 local nonprofits on July 26, as well.
The campaign is in partnership with Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County, and the Fairy Tale Playhouses brings attention to Habitat’s goal of providing affordable housing to low-income families.
Want to try your luck at winning a playhouse? Visit the Palm Beach Outlets and register to win the Go Coastal Playhouse painted by Melissa Rinaldi, which is on display at the outlets. Visit palmbeachoutlets.com for more information on how to register.
In addition to Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County, other participating nonprofits include, Adopt-A-Family of the Palm Beaches, Inc.; Autism Speaks; Children Seen and Heard; Homeless Coalition of Palm Beach County; Palm Beach Habilitation Center; Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League; Police Athletic League of West Palm Beach; Take Heed Theater Company; Take Stock in Children Palm Beach County; The Arc of Palm Beach County; The Lord’s Place, Inc.; United Way of Palm Beach County; Urban Youth Impact; and Vita Nova, Inc.
To see how each artist, playhouse and charity are paired together, click here.
Visit wpb.org/events for more information.
Photos courtesy of the City of West Palm Beach
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