News and events worth noting in and around Boca:

And the winner is: Congratulations to Lu-Lu Thomas of the Boca Raton Historical Society for being named Woman Volunteer of the Year at the Junior League's annual spectacular at the Boca Raton Resort & Club. Thomas, one of 22 nominees for the honor, has volunteered for more than three decades at the Historical Society, serving in a number of capacities—including a greeter at Town Hall. The announcement culminated an afternoon that included a scintillating fashion show by Saks Fifth Avenue, and a slew of silent auction and raffle items. A Royal Wedding vibe permeated the Mizner Center's Grand Ballroom, as many in the capacity crowd donned elegant, fashionable hats and fascinators. Congratulations to the Junior League on 40 years in Boca—and on another successful Woman Volunteer of the Year luncheon.

Green Scene: Fans of fresh produce will want to mark their calendars. Starting next Wednesday (Oct. 12)—and every Wednesday thereafter until Mother's Day—Glades Plaza will host a Sunset Green Market that features everything from dairy products to baked goods to prepared dishes to fresh fruits and veggies. Visit for more info.

Trolley Time: Speaking of the Boca Raton Historical Society, don't miss next Friday's (Oct. 14) fall benefit: Toasts, Tastes and Trolleys. This promises to be an evening to remember. It begins with appetizers and Champagne at the Boca Raton Resort & Club. From there, guests will take a trolley to four different restaurants in downtown Boca—Biergarten, Capri, Max's Grille and The Rustic Cellar. After this dinner-by-the-bite bonanza, it's back to the Resort for dessert and dancing. Tickets are $125 per person; $100 for Young Friends members. Call 561/395-6766, ext. 101 for info.

Delray Bash: After FAU celebrates the debut of its new on-campus football stadium next Saturday (Oct. 15), venture up the road to Delray Beach and keep the party going at Delray Bash. The event, from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at Old School Square Park, benefits the American Lung Association. Expect an unbelievable display of food from dozens of participating restaurants, as well as a variety of beers, wines and spirits. Tickets are $50. Visit the event website for more information.