A History of the Seasiders

The Seasiders were formed in 1951 by a group of 5  women ‘to promote the spirit of service and friendship among its members and to stimulate interest in Palm Beach Shores’.

The Seasiders raise funds for philanthropic causes and more than $220,000.00 has been raised over the past 67 years.

The Seasiders,  limited to women who are Palm Beach Shores residents ( full time or part time ),  are non-political and non-profit.

The Seasiders are active from October to May of each year.

Every February The Seasiders host a two day bazaar at the Palm Beach Shores Community Center.  The bazaar features everything – clothing, jewelry , books, tools, household items – from ‘ trash to treasures’  All funds go to local charitable organizations,

On the first Thursday from October to May, The Seasiders host a luncheon with a guest speaker.  Programs and activities presented at the luncheons are educational and informative.

The Seasiders also have four sub groups:     Community Service,  Four Arts, Home and Garden and Social.

Community Service meet on the 2,3rd and 4th Thursday of each month and plan the annual bazaar.  Members work on projects to be sold at the bazaar or donated to Charitable organizations,  Community outreach is promoted.

Four Arts arrange group trips to plays and other cultural and historical destinations in Palm Beach County.

Social Group plan  a monthly meeting to play bridge, mahjongg and other card games.

Special events during the year are the Annual Holiday Tea and Cookie Exchange, Holiday Market, Tasters Lunch and Pizza Party.

A Book Club meet monthly to discuss current fiction and non-fiction works,.

If you are a woman and a resident of Palm Beach Shores ( full or part time ) you should join us and participate in our numerous activities, outreach programs and projects.

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