The Parkland Amphitheater will be lit up for a holiday show during Parkland’s “Light up the Park” event.
Broward County Public Schools and the City of Parkland Present a Showing of the movie “Race to Nowhere” where filmmakers examine the stress placed on today’s young students in terms of competitiveness and overscheduling.
Grab a crown and scepter and head over to city hall because for one month, students can win a chance to rule over Parkland.
Parkland residents: avoid the mall crowds this “Black Friday” and consider adding a furry friend to your family instead.
Cassidy’s Cranberries, Litman’s Leftovers, Safra’s Stuffing and Golden’s Gobblers are the hilarious team names that are part of this year’s Turkey Bowl.
Broward County Public Schools will be holding a forum on school safety where Superintendent Robert W. Runcie, District leadership and security experts from Safe Havens will be providing an overview of school safety.
Westglades Middle School has reached their goal of raising $120,000 to complete two school-hardening projects which will include additional fencing and ballistic protection.
The City of Coral Springs, in partnership with the City of Parkland, won the 2018 Bloomberg Philanthropies Public Art Challenge.
World Series champion Anthony Rizzo returns to Parkland for his foundation’s Seventh Annual Walk off for Cancer, Last year, the sell-out event, raised over over $950,000 for several charities by over 1,500 participants.
The Eagle Regiment marching band earned the title of Florida Marching Band State Champions for the second year in a row.