West Palm Beach, FL (November 30, 2017) – South Florida PBS (WPBT and WXEL) will host a screening of a new episode of On the Town in The Palm Beaches Wednesday, December 6, 2017 at 6pm at WXEL Studios, 3401 S. Congress Ave., Boynton Beach, FL, 33426.
The screening is free and open to the public, but RSVPs are highly encouraged due to limited seating. Series host Frank Licari will be on hand to participate in a Q&A, along with PBS executives and the show’s producers following the screening.
On the Town in The Palm Beaches explores popular tourist destinations as well as unique and unusual attractions in Palm Beach County. In this newest episode, viewers can experience visits to the Boynton Harbor Marina, Boynton Beach Oceanfront Park, the Schoolhouse Children’s Museum, Bedner’s Farm Fresh Market, Lantana Nature Preserve and much more.
The show will air Thursday, December 7th at 7:30pm on WPBT2 and at 5:30pm on WXEL. Repeats will air on Saturday, December 23rd at 6:30pm on WXEL and on Sunday, December 24th at 12:30pm on WPBT2. On the Town in The Palm Beaches is made possible by the Palm Beach County Tourist Development Council in cooperation with the Palm Beach County Film and Television Commission. The series is distributed on South Florida PBS (WPBT2 and WXEL) reaching areas from Sebastian to the Florida Keys.
Previous editions of On the Town in The Palm Beaches featured the communities of Delray Beach, Wellington and Boca Raton. An upcoming episode will highlight the lush agricultural offerings of The Glades and other exciting destinations in Palm Beach County. All episodes will be seen on The Palm Beaches TV.
For more information, please contact Jeneissy Azcuy, Communications Director, South Florida PBS email@example.com.
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