In this edition of Coastal Connection, board member Jim Parks and founder/artistic director Crystal Bujol of The Gifford Youth Orchestra talk about the organization's upcoming annual concert and 10th anniversary. The Gifford Youth Orchestra provides education, experience, and training in various cultural and performing arts, including music, drama, dance, and the vocal arts for the youth of Gifford and neighboring Indian River County Communities in an effort to break the cycle of poverty. The annual concert will be held on Saturday, November 2nd at 2:00 p.m. at the Vero Beach Emerson Center.
In this edition of Coastal Connection, executive director of Space Coast Early Intervention Center, Leslie Roth, introduces the center's anniversary celebration on Nov. 9 at the Hilton Rialto from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tim Wakefield will be on hand to draw the winning ticket for a 50/50 raffle with a guaranteed $10,000 cash giveaway and present a Lifetime Achievement Award to Betsy Farmer, who founded the organization. The event will feature live music, games and giveaways and is free to the public.
In this edition of Coastal Connection, Nichole Barnes, director of case management and fall fundraising coordinator at The Melbourne Center for Personal Growth, operated by AMIkids-Space Coast, talks about their 25th Fall Fundraiser. The event takes place on Nov. 3 at the Viera Community Center from 1 to 3 p.m.
The Usual Suspects will take the stage at Florida Tech’s outdoor Panthereum when WFIT and the City of Melbourne present a free concert Sunday, October 20 from 3 until 6 p.m.
The Usual Suspects are anything but "usual." The band is tight, precise and all business...high energy "blues and more." The Usual Suspects include Rick Fincke, guitars and vocals; JT Burley, bass and vocals; and WFIT's own senior underwriter, George Wilson, on drums.
Bring a blanket or lawn chair or enjoy the new seating at the handicapped accessible Panthereum this Sunday, October 20.
In this episode of Coastal Connection, Carol Colombo and Mary Dru Bowman of The Haven for Children introduce Vroom! - The Havenly Affair 2013. The charity event will be held on Thursday, Oct. 19 and will feature selections of a never-before-seen private collection of Ferraris and Aston-Martin, ranging from vintage race cars to modern supercars.
The event will benefit The Haven for Children, a charity that strives to meet the needs of neglected, abused and abandoned children in Brevard County and East Central Florida by assuring the highest quality of care for the children and the program’s continued success.