Frontline Workers Invited to Dine Under The Wishing Tree

Rosemary Square will invite frontline workers to relax and dine at two private tables under The Wishing Tree every Wednesday through September.

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Between hosting food drives and virtual events to help keep Palm Beach County residents connected through the coronavirus pandemic, Rosemary Square has been hard at work brainstorming ideas about how to honor the heroes of the fight against COVID-19. Beginning Wednesday, June 3, the West Palm Beach destination will invite medical professionals and other frontline workers to unwind under The Wishing Tree’s 640 twinkling lights at one of two private Frontline Workers Tables on Wednesday afternoons through September.

In addition to relaxing and distancing-safe socializing under the magnificent light display, frontline workers can order takeout from one of Rosemary Square’s eateries to be delivered directly to the reserved table by Guest Services Ambassadors. Simply place an order online with the restaurant between 12 p.m. and 7 p.m., text a screenshot of the order receipt to Rosemary Square’s Guest Services (561-232-6552), and an ambassador will pickup the meal and deliver it.

Every order placed by a frontline worker through the initiative will translate into an entry toward a Rosemary Square gift card.

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