Friday Night Movie at ArtsPark
Friday, August 19th
Bring the kids to the ArtsPark at Young Circle in downtown Hollywood on Friday night for some free summertime fun! The ArtsPark venue includes open green space, a playground, SplashPad, and a Visual Arts Pavilion that hosts live glass blowing demonstrations. The free movie begins at 8 p.m. at the Amphitheater. This week's feature is "Are We There Yet" (PG).
As a reminder, this venue is plastic and foam-free. Single-use plastics and Styrofoam containers are prohibited at the ArtsPark, including plastic bottles and bags.
Downtown Hollywood ArtWalk
Saturday, August 20th 6 - 11 p.m.
and the 3rd Saturday of Every MonthVisit galleries and shops in Downtown Hollywood while enjoying art, cultural entertainment, live music, murals and more!Special Enhancements:
Artisan Market at the ArtWalk, 6pm – 11pm
Join us for the Artisan Market at the ArtWalk! Featuring pop-up shops, artist showcases, handmade items, local purveyors, vintage shopping, boutique goods and FUN! Located on Harrison Street between 20th & 21st Avenue.Mural Tour, 6pm • FREE
This guided tour lets you learn the stories behind the art and artists of the Downtown Hollywood Mural Project. Meet at the Visitor Center Information Booth at 20th Avenue & Harrison Street.
Chalk Art, 6pm • FREE
Come out and watch the live creation of a work of chalk art. Anniversary Park at Hollywood Boulevard & 20th Avenue.
Gallery Tour, 7pm & 9pm • FREE
Join Evan Snow of Choose954 for a guided and curated ArtWalk experience. Get an opportunity to meet with the local artists of each gallery in Downtown Hollywood. Meet at the Visitor Center Information Booth at 20th Avenue & Harrison Street.
Cinema Paradiso, 10pm • FREE
Catch an amazing sleight-of-hand performance by “Magic Jack” Maxwell. LOCATION: 2008 Hollywood Blvd.
Live Music, 6pm – 11pm • FREE
Live performances on the MAIN STAGE: Harrison Street at 21st Avenue.
August 20, 2022:
• 6pm: Six Foot Swell
• 8pm: The Flyers
Downtown Hollywood offers on-street metered parking for $1.50 per hour, as well as municipal garage parking for $1 per hour. Municipal garage locations are: 251 S. 20th Avenue (between Harrison Street and Van Buren Street) and 251 N. 19th Avenue (between Tyler Street & Polk Street).
Remember, Hollywood is plastic and foam free! Please consider bringing a reusable water bottle and leave plastic bags and other single-use plastics at home.
Rent a Paddleboard on Hollywood Beach
PADL rental kiosks locations on Hollywood Beach include:
- New Hampshire Street in the North Beach area
- Keating Park, 2500 S. Ocean Drive in the South Beach area
PADL Rental Fees are as follows:
- $19 per hour for non-members
- $24.99 monthly membership or $99.99 for a 6 month membership
- Members receive 2 hours free every day. Additional hours and boards are $10 per hour
Paddlecraft Hours of Operation on Hollywood Beach:
- Paddlecraft are allowed to utilize the entire length of the the municipal beach before 10 a.m. and after 5 p.m.
- Paddlecraft are allowed at all hours south of Madison Street (The Keating Park kiosk is located south of Madison Street)
- Paddlecraft are allowed at all hours north of Liberty Street.(The New Hampshire Street kiosk is located north of Liberty Street)
- In the Central Beach area, south of Liberty Street and north of Madison Street, paddlecraft must remain 100 yards from shore during the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. (The kiosk at Charnow Park is set to comply with the rules set forth in City Ordinance 99.02.)
To learn more, visit the PADL website For links to "How To" videos from PADL and information on paddleboarding in Hollywood, including guided paddleboard options, launch sites on Hollywood Beach and the Intracoastal Waterway, and additional information on water activities, please visit the City's website.
REMINDER: Hollywood is
Plastic and Foam Free
Single-Use Plastics and Foam are Prohibited on Hollywood Beach, at City-Owned Parks and Facilities, and by City VendorsThe City of Hollywood is committed to reducing our environmental impact and becoming more sustainable. One step the City has taken in achieving this goal is to ban the use of nonbiodegradable containers, like plastics and expanded polystyrene foam (EPS), for serving food products.
If you're planning on going to the beach or park or attending an event or meeting at City Hall, a community center, park, ArtsPark at Young Circle, or other city facility, please don't bring plastic bottles, bags and other single-use plastics and foam containers.