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Celebrate Downtown in December in Coral Springs

Bring entire family to Downtown in December, featuring a showing of Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas and other holiday classic shorts on a huge movie screen. Free Cookies & Cocoa.  Fun Holiday Surprises. Chance of Snow! Stroll along the ArtWalk to enjoy an “ice” skating rink, giant snow globe, cookies, hot coco and …

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Celebrate the Coral Springs Holiday Mile & Parade

Celebrate the holidays but coming out to the Coral Springs Holiday Mile and Parade this evening at 6:15pm on Sample Rd between Coral Springs Dr and University Dr.  The holiday parade will feature music & festive holiday floats from organizations, schools, and groups across Coral Springs. Darth Vader and members of the 501st Legion Everglades Squad …

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Discover the Poetry of Faith at the Coconut Creek Culture Series

Coconut Creek has partnered with Nova Southeastern University (NSU) to offer monthly Lifelong Learning Courses entitled, “Coconut Creek Culture Series”.  Topics range from wellness to history to art, and are taught by NSU professors.  The program is free of charge to Coconut Creek residents and will be held at the Coconut Creek Commission Chambers (4800 …

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A Very Kosher Christmas at the Coral Springs Center for the Arts

Come see the acclaimed local musical, “A Very Kosher Christmas”  at the Coral Springs Center for the Arts on Friday, December 4th, 2015 at 7:30pm. Synopsis: After being forced to spend their precious winter break with their eccentric aunt, siblings Kara and Kody are desperate to get home for Christmas. But when a winter storm …

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Hanukkah Reading at the Parkland Library

Children 3 and older are specially invited to join Rabbi Stollman of Congregation Kol Tikvah  for an afternoon of Hanukkah fun and storytime.  Get to know more about this important Jewish holiday and meet other believers in the community. Date: December 3, 2015 Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Location: Parkland Library Address: 6620 University Drive Parkland, FL 33067   To register, please call: (954) 757-4207

City of Parkland Events for December

The City of Parkland has something for everyone in December! From small events for kids to the largest Farmers’ Market in Broward County, there are events that cater to Parkland residents and attract people from throughout the tri-county area. Saturday, December 5th: Eats ‘N Beats, 5:30pm-9:30pm, Pine Trails Park Amphitheatre. Sunday, December 6th: Parkland Farmers’ …

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Not Too Late for Fort Lauderdale Turkey Triathlon

If you are feeling bad about eating too much over Thanksgiving, have no fear!  There is still time to register for the 2015 Fort Lauderdale Turkey Triathlon at  Tradewinds Park in Coconut Creek.  Accept the challenge and recieve the experience of a rewarding sense of victory. The race begins at 7:00am (sharp) and  includes a quarter-mile swim, …

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Local Residents Participate in Tamarac Turkey Trot

The 35th Annual Tamarac Turkey Trot was successfully held on Thanksgiving Day (November 26th, 2015). Over 2000 runners participated in the 5k run which started at Tamarac City Hall and looped around the Woodmont community. The Turkey Trot began first began on Thanksgiving Day in 1980–with 200 runners. Tamarac Parks and Recreation Director Greg Warner …

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