Have Yourself a Sandy Little Christmas
By GERRY BARKER
North Palm Beach Life
Published December, 2020.
WEST PALM BEACH_ Florida is home to hundreds of miles of beautiful, sandy beaches. So it makes sense to celebrate the season with a towering tree of sand, right?
In what has become a holiday tradition, downtown West Palm Beach is hosting Sandi Land, a sound, light and sand feast for the eyes on the Great Lawn at the end of Clematis Street.
The tree itself is amazing -- 35-feet tall and made from 700 tons of sand. New this year is a synchronized dancing water show in adjacent Centennial Square Fountain. And don't miss the four smaller sand sculptures along the Flagler waterfront across the street.
You can view it through the end of the month. Below is a taste of what you'll see: