The Florida Wildlife Hospital treats over 5,000 native animals each year. Their dedicated staff, often working with limited resources work wonders in treating and rehabilitating birds, turtles, squirrels and so much more. Their Ambassador animals educate the public and their volunteers give hundreds of hours to helping these sick and injured animals.
My very first concert at The King Center for the Performing Arts in Melbourne, Florida was David Crosby & Graham Nash almost exactly 23 years ago, on January 17th, 1992. It was a magical night at the King Center that night, as was last night with Graham Nash.
Monday, January 19 is Martin Luther King Jr. Day and the Brevard community is honoring Dr. King with a variety of events and celebrations. Dr. King was an American pastor, activist, humanitarian, and leader in the African-American Civil Rights Movement.
Signed into law in 1983, the day took on a deeper meaning in 1994 when Congress named Martin Luther King Jr. Day a national day of service.
Legendary local band Dead Serios will be recording a 3 song set and interview at WFIT Broadcast Center today at 1 p.m.
Dead Serios will be celebrating their 30th anniversary this year with a special concert at the King Center Studio Theater on Saturday, January 24 7:00pm. Described stylistically as Frank Zappa-meets-Metallica at the Willy Wonka factory, the award-winning band Dead Serios first launched from Florida’s Space Coast in 1985.
They continue to delight fans with its unique brand of irreverent, high-energy rock and roll.