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Tracy Frampton on the Florida Wildlife Hospital and "Hoot in the Park"
Florida Wildlife Hospital Hosts Hoot in the Park
Subaru of Melbourne and One Sotheby’s International Realty Presents the 10th Annual Pet & Family friendly event benefitting Florida Wildlife Hospital
Live Animal Presentations
Lots of Vendors
Photos of your dog with Santa
Lure Course for dogs
(Saturday) 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
2500 Parkway Dr, Melbourne, FL 32935
For more info: email@example.com
Joseph Werner and Heather Morway discuss the Brevard Autism Coalition Fundraiser
Brevard Autism Coalition Presents Brevard Uncorked Friday, November 10th, an annual wine-tasting fundraiser to benefit individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders, their families, and support professionals. Silent Auction, light Hors D'oeuvres, wine and more.
Our mission is to bring medical professionals, educators, community organizations, and parents together to identify the needs of families and individuals dealing with Autism in Brevard County. Our membership includes representatives from Pediatrics in Brevard, the Brevard County School System, The Scott Center for Autism, UCF - C.A.R.D., Space Coast Early Intervention Center, Family Liaison Project, Angels Bridging Gaps, SOAK, and Child and Family Consultants.
Martha Pessaro and John Ellis share the story of the 15th Annual Native Rhythms Festival
Native Rhythms Festival November 10 - 12, 2023, coming to you live from Wickham Park Melbourne, Florida.
The Indian River Flute Circle and Native Heritage Gathering, Inc. proudly present the fifteenth annual gathering of the Native Rhythms Festival. This three-day festival during Native American Heritage Month honors the culture of the indigenous peoples of the Americas through music, especially the music of the Native American Flute.
More information: nativerhythmsfestival.com
INDEX OF 2023 WORKSHOPS
Basic Introduction to the Native American Style Flute (Indian River & Riverwind Flute Circles)
Understanding Pow Wow Drumming (Lowery Begay)
Threads Through Time: Traditional Twining (Joyce Bugaiski)
Children's Workshop: Making a Corn Bead Necklace (Joyce Bugaiski)
Walking With Wisdom and Compassion (Will Davis)
What You Didn't Know About the Cherokee Trail of Tears (John Ellis)
Flute Workout: Flute Exercises, Patterns, and a Whole Lot of Flute Playing (Timothy J.P. Gomez)
Guided Meditation with Drumming (Randy Granger)
Fluting to Improve Your Health and Wellness (Gareth Laffely)
Finding Your Way: Clear Up Improv Chaos and Confusion (Jonny Lipford)
Unleash 'Da Blues' with Your Native Flute (Jonny Lipford)
She Talks to the Animals (Shelley Morningsong & Susan Oliver)
Rhythmic Connection: Drumming and Fluting Together (Painted Raven)
World War II Navajo Code Talkers (John Pasko)
Flutes in the World of Electronics (Tom Ransom)
The Art of Storytelling (Dr. Frankie Rinaldi)
Chasing Winddancer (Ed Winddancer)
Donna Sewell and Dr. Keri Watson share the art of Florida Landscape paintings
Calling all art history lovers! Learn the fascinating history of Florida’s landscape painters at 5:30 p.m. on November 14th at the Evans Library at Florida Institute of Technology. This event is free and open to anyone who would like to attend. RSVP
When: November 14, 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Where: Evans Library Digital Scholarship Lab
The Evans Library celebrates community arts and culture and is happy to welcome the community to the Library for this exciting arts talk and presentation.
Secure your spot! Send an email to RoxanneL@CFBrevard.org or call 321 752 5505
John Robert Bridges and Amy Roub get loud at "Stop the Block" in Eau Gallie
“Stop the Block Party” is a Halloween-themed day-long indoor/outdoor music festival featuring a variety of popular local bands. There will be speakers you won’t want to miss, food trucks, beverages, art, informational vendors, and activities for adults and children.
Sunday, October 29, between 12 pm and 8 pm at the Eau Gallie Civic Center.
Joining the efforts will be EC-LEARN (ec-learn.org). They are an esteemed local nonprofit that has consistently demonstrated its commitment to fostering growth, unity, and positive change within our community. This event will focus on critical topics that affect our community. These topics include voter participation, clean water advocacy, educational funding and censorship, preservation of arts programs through budget cuts, cost of living concerns, our 1st and 2nd Constitutional amendment rights, fascism, healthcare, bodily autonomy; and equality and human rights for ALL.
As a non-partisan event fostering this environment of inclusivity and understanding, we believe we can contribute positively to the fabric of our community. If you are interested in being a vendor or sponsor or would like to donate a gift to our raffle, please get in touch with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a free public event with security on site. Feel free to dress in costume for a chance to win a prize at the costume contest!
Get ready for fantastic music, speakers, activities, vendors, decorations, and street theater!
ARE YOU READY TO GET LOUD BREVARD?!
Day Tripper , Smashing Pixies , Mangrove , Sike! Honey Miller & the Galaxy Cats , Speed Spirits, Sounds of Nebula , and more!
Anna Eskamani , Shauna Rae , Jaime and Dempsey Jara , Addisyn Mayer , David Weismann, David Kearns , Josephine Griffith , Kristi Von , Vance Aherns , Guerdy Remy , Ronda Wallace, Lola Smyth , Derek Gores , and more!
Stephanie Husted and Lori Sutherland on the Women's Center of Brevard
Changing lives for the better, forever. Stephanie Husted, Executive Director, and Lori Sutherland, Director of Development of the Women's Center, speak about the services and mission of the Center.
Their services include:Victim AdvocacySexual Assault Victim ServicesCounselingPrevention EducationEmergency Safe & Transitional Housing
More information at womenscenter.net