Fort Lauderdale area workshop planned with new parents in mind

May 10, 2018 by  

Being a new parent can be a challenging time, and Fort Lauderdale moms and dads to be have been invited to come to a workshop that can help to make this time in their child’s life a lot less confusing.

Those who attend the [Read more]

Ft. Lauderdale invites divers to make a difference

April 9, 2018 by  

A certification course is on offer for Ft. Lauderdale divers, which will give them the skills they need to help make the hobby of SCUBA diving accessible to as [Read more]

Business mixer on the way for Ft. Lauderdale

March 12, 2018 by  

Ft. Lauderdale businesspeople and other professionals who would like to add to their group of associates may wish to make plans to attend an evening event that will be held in the city this spring.

Las Olas Networking will [Read more]

Ft. Lauderdale event to offer a taste of the Caribbean

February 19, 2018 by  

Caribbean food is well known for its fresh ingredients and bold flavors, and a Ft. Lauderdale event will provide an introduction to this style of cuisine.

Chef the Rose will [Read more]

Guided tours in Ft. Lauderdale bring history to the now

January 5, 2018 by  

Residents and visitors to Ft. Lauderdale this winter have the opportunity to enjoy guided tours of the area’s history through the work of the Fort Lauderdale Historical Society.

In late January, the [Read more]

Ft. Lauderdale dives into winter celebrations

December 1, 2017 by  

The Ft. Lauderdale Symphony of Lights is in full swing at Gulfstream Park, with regular events each night, and special celebrations on Friday and Saturday nights.

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Arts & Crafts Expo begins In Ft. Lauderdale

November 1, 2017 by  

The Oceanside Art & Craft Expo kicked off in Ft. Lauderdale on Sunday, October 29.

Featuring artists and crafters who showcase their work, events like these are often exciting for those who want to start on their Christmas shopping early. Food and drinks were also available, and there was a playground and splash fountain available for kids. Nearby Pompano Beach also offered entertainment for attendees.

Visitors also got the chance to enjoy music from Love 94, a local contemporary jazz station that plays a mix of cool rhythms and jazzy blues. The event welcomes corporate vendors, who should contact the organization for more information. Arts and crafts expos are often well attended, and businesses can use banner printing to advertise their presence at either a corporate booth, or by supporting the event in general.

The expo was being held at Great Lawn at Atlantic BLVD and A1A in Pompano Beach. Admission was free, and the event lasted from approximately noon to 4:00 pm.

For those who missed the October event and want to either set up a booth or see the expositions, the event will recur on November 19 and December 17 at the same times and locations. The venue is wheelchair accessible.

For more information, contact the venue directly. The beach is considered particularly impressive during the late fall months, according to local media.

Trio of new developments planned in Ft. Lauderdale

October 3, 2017 by  

The Florida city of Ft. Lauderdale continues its building boom with three new major developments approved at the end of September. One of the projects will include a high rise building dedicated to homes for [Read more]

Ft. Lauderdale apartment tower gets green light

September 9, 2017 by  

A new high rise building has been approved in Ft. Lauderdale.

Featuring a [Read more]

Ft. Lauderdale company plans yacht club redevelopment

August 2, 2017 by  

Terry Paterson, a Ft. Lauderdale based builder, has announced his plans to redevelop the Lighthouse Point Yacht Club.

The property was [Read more]

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