Lake Worth Beach – The Education Foundation of Palm Beach County’s annual Heroes for Education 5K is returning to Lake Worth Beach’s Bryant Park on Saturday, November 2nd where 900 runners, walkers, sponsors and volunteers will show up in sneakers and sports gear (super-hero capes are optional) to raise awareness and funds for students in Palm Beach County public schools. The ultimate goal for the event is to gather the community together in support of high-quality public education, so that all students will successfully cross their biggest finish line – graduation – as they race ahead into a bright future.
To facilitate the safety of participants starting at 7:15am on Saturday, November 2, Ocean Breeze, S Palmway, S Lakeside Dr, and S Golfview Road will be temporarily closed between 1st Ave S and 18th Ave S. The roads are expected to reopen by 8:45am.
The City of Lake Worth Beach would like to thank you in advance for your support of the participants in this important event.
Located in central Palm Beach County, Lake Worth Beach is a dynamic, multi-cultural city with an individualistic style. People are drawn to the City by its acceptance of different cultures and lifestyles, historic districts, hip downtown and colorful arts district.