The City of Parkland is bringing the big screen to resident’s backdoor with this month’s Movie in the Park “Mary Poppins Returns”.
Thirty-two talented teens from Parkland and Coral Springs area high schools have come together for a special production of The Drowsy Chaperone at The Coral Springs Center for the Arts.
Registration has begun for summer camps and The City of Parkland Parks and Recreation Department is offering some great options.
Greek gods, demigods, half-man/half-goat, and mythological monsters will all be on stage in Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s musical concert
Stand With Parkland is off to the races with their first official independent fundraiser in the newly remodeled Country Club of Coral Springs.
There’s a new resource for kids who love computers and gaming, coming to town and they’re holding their Grand Opening celebration this weekend.
Tickets are on sale now for the 9th Annual “Every Sole Counts” Dinner and Auction for In Jacob’s Shoes, a local charity providing new and gently used shoes, backpacks, school supplies and athletic gear for children in need.
Amor Perfecto is adding music to their menu when a group of piano students will tickle the ivories at the Parkland café.
Preparations are underway for the second annual “Egg My House” neighborhood event supporting the Gina Rose Montalto Memorial Foundation which provides special Easter egg deliveries from volunteer bunnies.
This weekend, experts will be on hand to demonstrate merchandise, such as shower chairs, non-slip mats, ring door bells, and other household items with one goal in mind: to keep seniors safe inside their homes.