Downtown Development Authority Welcomes Everyone to Experience Fun in the Sun During its Month Long Series of Special Events this February in Downtown Delray Beach

Downtown Development Authority highlights the special events occurring this February in Downtown Delray Beach.

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Vist Downtown Delray Beach and enjoy the warm tropical breezes and breathtakingly blue Atlantic Ocean of Delray Beach for a month of fun-filled events.

Delray Beach, FL (PRWEB) January 31, 2013

The Downtown Development Authority is inviting everyone to enjoy the warm tropical breezes and breathtakingly blue Atlantic Ocean of Delray Beach for a month of fun-filled events. This winter temperatures are reaching the low-to-mid 70’s both in and out of the water at this historic Village by the Sea. Delray’s Municipal Award-winning Beach offers crystal clear water and a two-mile-long white sandy coastline and fun beach activities that singles, couples and families alike can enjoy, from standup paddleboards, kayaks and offshore snorkeling.

February’s List of Special Events Include:
Downtown Art and Craft Festival -- Feb. 2nd - 3rd
14th Annual Garlic Fest -- February 8th - 10th
Fabulous 3rd Friday -- February 15th featuring Love in the Grove
International Tennis Tournament -- February 22nd - March 8th kicking off the ATP World tour

For more information regarding any of the special events please visit http://www.downtowndelraybeach.com/events

Downtown Delray Beach is a fun, festive, one-of-a-kind destination as experienced by Rand McNally and the USA Today Best of the Road competition and awarded Delray Beach as the Most Fun Small Town in America. Throughout the next months visitors will find outstanding arts and entertainment festivals, delicious dining with al fresco seating, entertaining nightlife, fine art galleries, and an eclectic yet elegant mix of fashionable boutiques, while all of South Florida is within your reach. Downtown Delray is a very sociable and walk-able town where in almost every shop guests are sure to meet the owner.

An impressive variety of accommodations stretch from the beach to the heart of the downtown and range from luxury, to historic, to whimsical -- all with a creative, tropical flair. Visitors are sure to discover that perfect place to stay while visiting the beautiful “Village by the Sea”.

A few of the Hotels are:

  •      Delray Beach Marriott Hotel and Spa
  •     Seagate Resort and Beach Club
  •     Hyatt Place Delray Beach
  •     Marriott’s Residence Inn
  •     Crane’s Beach House and Tiki Bar
  •     The Colony Hotel and Cabana Club
  •     Sundy House Restaurant and Inn
  •     The Historic Hartman House Bed & Breakfast

Visit http://www.downtowndelraybeach.com for the full listing and more information.

Feel the warmth of this historic beach town this winter, a place for everyone from local residents and visitors from all over the world. It is a place to walk your dog, snorkel the reefs in the crystal blue Atlantic Ocean, stroll the beautiful galleries, and enjoy lunch at a sidewalk cafe or a fun night out on the town. For those who visit Delray Beach, they are amazed by what they discover.

All the details and contact information are available on the website http://www.downtowndelraybeach.com or our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/delraydda. Visit the site continuous updates as well as register to receive email updates.

About the Downtown Development Authority:
For the past 41 years, the Downtown Development Authority has assisted in successfully branding Delray Beach as the Village by the Sea. The Delray Beach DDA was created by Resolution 9-71, which became law on March 22, 1971, as a dependent district of the City of Delray Beach.

The DDA Mission is to enhance and stimulate balanced economic growth through position marketing activities that engage downtown businesses, residents and visitors while creating a clean, safe, physical and experiential place to live, work and invest. The main areas of involvement in downtown redevelopment include: marketing and promotions; economic development programs; place making within the DDA boundaries.

The DDA also works closely with merchants to develop seasonal retail awareness campaigns to generate traffic and sales and has created a powerful website http://www.downtowndelraybeach.com and facebook.com/delraydda site that attracts thousands of visits weekly.

Contact: Laura Simon, Downtown Development Authority 85 SE 4th Ave, # 108 Delray Beach, Fl 33483 (561) 243-1077 Lsimon(at)downtowndelraybeach(dot)com http://www.downtowndelraybeach.com/dda