Category: Events

Merritt Island High School Class of 1970 to Celebrate 50th Anniversary Reunion Delayed By COVID, Now Set Oct. 8

The Merritt Island High School Class of 1970 will celebrate their 50th-anniversary reunion on Saturday, Oct. 8 from 11:30 a.m. to dusk at the Marriott Courtyard Titusville Kennedy Space Center, located at 6450 Riverfront Center Boulevard. “Since we had to cancel our 50th MIHS reunion due to COVID, the committee decided to hold a 70th birthday celebration,” said Joanne Delgado. […]

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Satellite Beach Founder’s Day Marketplace Set for Saturday, Nov. 12, Secure Your Booth Space Now

Booth space for crafts, artists and wares is now available for the Satellite Beach Founder’s Day Marketplace set for Saturday, November 12. Enjoy a parade, music, live DJ, and food during this event that honors all who have served. […]

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Cape Canaveral Lighthouse Foundation to Celebrate 154 Years During Event at American Muscle Car Museum Nov. 5

The Cape Canaveral Lighthouse is 154 years old and we will celebrate with a special evening at the American Muscle Car Museum, a 123,000-square-foot complex that houses a collection of more than 300 cars. […]

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Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to Host 25th Annual Florida State Fish Art Contest

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, in partnership with Wildlife Forever, is excited to announce the 25th Anniversary Fish Art Contest is now open. Since 1997, the contest has grown into an internationally recognized youth conservation program, drawing thousands of entries each year from across the country. […]

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‘Spooktacular’ Halloween Event in the Forest to Benefit Harmony Farms Set Oct. 31 in Suntree

Ghosts and ghouls can walk the yellow brick road on Monday, Oct. 31, at Forest Lake Fright Night. The Wizard of Oz-themed event will benefit Harmony Farms, a not-for-profit, volunteer-based organization providing equine-assisted therapy and activities to disabled individuals of all ages to improve their physical, mental and emotional well-being. The event will take place from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at 1043 Worthington Spring Drive in Forest Lake Village in Suntree. […]

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Eastern Florida State Bachelor’s Degree Expo Set, Will Highlight Low-Cost On-Campus and Online Options

Find out how a bachelor’s degree from Eastern Florida State College can help you climb the career ladder during EFSC’s Bachelor’s Degree Expo on Thursday, Oct. 27.  This event will highlight EFSC’s bachelor tracks in business, computers/information technology, healthcare and education. […]

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Solaris Senior Living Merritt Island to Host Free ‘Healthy Snacking’ Seminar Event Sept. 15

Solaris Senior Living Merritt Island and St. Francis Reflections Lifestage Care will co-present a free Healthy Snacking seminar at 2 p.m. this Thursday, September 15. Solaris Senior Living Dietary Director Jayne Garcia, above, will discuss how healthy snacking can prevent overeating, help keep blood sugar levels steady, and more. […]

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WATCH REPLAY: Patriot Day, 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony Underway at Veterans Memorial Center

DONN WEAVER: There are virtually no high school students, nor even many college students who went straight to college who were alive when terrorists struck the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and tried to hit the Capitol on September 11, 2001. In Brevard County there will be several Patriot Day, 9/11 Remembrance Ceremonies, but none bigger than the one at the Veterans Memorial Center on Sunday, September 11, starting at 4 p.m. […]

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Fran Cosmo, Former Lead Singer of BOSTON, to Perform in Concert at 36th Annual Space Coast State Fair Nov 19

Do you love all the great songs from the band BOSTON? A little bit of Boston is coming to the Space Coast this fall.

Fran Cosmo, former lead singer of the famous classic rock band BOSTON and his band, will bring all those great BOSTON hits to the Space Coast State Fair on Saturday, November 18 at 8 pm. Fair gates open from 1 p.m. until midnight.  […]

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First Legends of the Indian River Lagoon Hall of Fame to be Inducted Nov. 4 in Melbourne

The first Legends of the Indian River Lagoon, a new hall of fame, will be inducted by Marine Resources Council at the Hilton Melbourne Beach Oceanfront on November 4. Legends will be inducted annually, honored at MRC headquarters in Palm Bay, and their stories promoted through various channels to help advance the cause of restoring balance to the region. […]

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City of Palm Bay to Host Patriot Day Remembrance Ceremony at City Hall on September 11

The City of Palm Bay will host a Patriot Day Remembrance Ceremony at Palm Bay City Hall on Sunday, September 11 at 12:00 p.m. to honor the fallen. The ceremony will include guest speakers, a bell ringing ceremony, and a moment of silence. […]

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Melbourne Police Department to Host Annual Kids Fishing Camp at Ballard Park Oct. 1

The Melbourne Police Department will be putting on its third annual Kids Fishing Camp Saturday, October 1. The camp will take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Ballard Park. Kids of the ages of 5 to 15 will get to enjoy some fun in the sun and fish with an officer. […]

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Palm Bay Fair to Bring Fun to Brevard County Sept. 30 to Oct. 9 at Space Coast Harley-Davidson

Alpine Bobs Thrill Ride will provide super fun at the Palm Bay Fair,which will bring big fun to the Space Coast as it rolls into Brevard County Sept. 30-Oct.9, 2022 at the  Space Coast Harley-Davidson fair grounds in Palm Bay, Florida, featuring fun fair foods, free unlimited rides and free shows. […]

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Ring Power Corporation to Host Career Fairs Sept. 13 at Eastern Florida State College

Ring Power Corporation, North and Central Florida’s Cat dealer today announced that it is hiring hundreds of technicians across North & Central Florida. […]

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Brevard Hispanic Center to Kickoff Hispanic Heritage Month with ‘Viva Brevard Gala’ on Oct. 15

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, get ready to party not just once but twice, as the Board of Directors of the Brevard Hispanic Center hosts two very different events anticipated to attract thousands of guests. […]

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