‘Up-Cycle Bike Art Show,’ ‘Locals Only’ exhibit, ‘West Side Story’

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It’s a summer of sizzling arts in The Palm Beaches! Here to help you with three ideas for the coming week is the Cultural Council for Palm Beach County, the official support agency for arts and culture here in Florida’s Cultural Capital.

For more to enjoy and experience, explore the Council’s online events calendar at palmbeachculture.com/events.

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Go see Resource Depot’s “Up-Cycle Bike Art Show”  this weekend featuring work by eight talented South Florida artists, including Jesus Mendez (left) and Jose Mendez (right).

Go see Resource Depot’s “Up-Cycle Bike Art Show” this weekend featuring work by eight talented South Florida artists, including Jesus Mendez (left) and Jose Mendez (right).

Recycled bike show in West Palm Beach

Get in gear this week and go see the “Up-Cycle Bike Art Show” at Resource Depot in West Palm Beach! The organization is celebrating the humble bicycle with this show, which features eight South Florida artists and their surprising two-wheel transformations. Don’t miss it!

“Up-Cycle Bike Art Show”: On display through Saturday, September 9. Resource Depot, 2508 Florida Ave., West Palm Beach. Info: 561-882-0090 orr resourcedepot.org.

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Enjoy “Locals Only: A Florida State of Mind”  this weekend at Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery in Tequesta.  The show features this piece titled “Sun, Beach, Water &  Sky (Circles)”  by artist Timi Ogundipe.

Enjoy “Locals Only: A Florida State of Mind” this weekend at Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery in Tequesta. The show features this piece titled “Sun, Beach, Water & Sky (Circles)” by artist Timi Ogundipe.

Work by Florida artists on display at Lighthouse ArtCenter

There’s always a sense of pride and joy in the air when visiting an exhibition representing local artists. If you agree, then head down to Tequesta this weekend to see “Locals Only: A Florida State of Mind” at the Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery. The show comprises work from “The Miami School Art Movement: Sun, Beach, Water & Sky,” and original illustrations from the recently published children’s book “Life & Lilly: A Palm Beach Adventure” by Lilly Pulitzer’s granddaughter, Lilly Leas Ferreira.

“Locals Only: A Florida State of Mind”: On display through Saturday, August 5. Admission is $5. Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery, 373 Tequesta Dr., Tequesta. Info: 561-746-3101 or lighthousearts.org.

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Head out to see the classic “West Side Story”  opening this weekend at the Lake Worth Playhouse.

Head out to see the classic “West Side Story” opening this weekend at the Lake Worth Playhouse.

Musical classic on stage in Lake Worth Beach

No matter if you consider yourself a Jet or a Shark, you’ll no doubt enjoy the rousing musical hit “West Side Story” opening at the Lake Worth Playhouse this weekend. With music by Leonard Bernstein and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, “West Side Story” has enjoyed decades of Broadway productions, many revivals and two award-winning film adaptations. Don’t miss out on an opportunity to see it live in Lake Worth Beach this weekend!

“West Side Story”: Performances start tomorrow, July 14 and run through Sunday, July 30. Opening night tickets are $46, and $38 for tickets July 15–30. Lake Worth Playhouse, 713 Lake Ave., Lake Worth Beach. Info: 561-586-6410 or lakeworthplayhouse.org.

This article originally appeared on Palm Beach Post: 3 to see picks: Bike Art Show, ‘Locals Only’ exhibit, ‘West Side Story’

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