Habitat Restoration & Water Quality

In addition to habitat restoration on public lands the Marine Resources Council offers invasive species removal from private property too.  These pepper busting folks can help you restore your shoreline helping repair the lagoon's natural ecosystem.

There are also opportunities for groups and organizations to get involved in these restoration projects.  It's a great team building experience that educates participants about our lagoon at the same time!  More info

Thursday, September 3rd  Handbags for Habitat, a Ladies Night Out is a fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity.

The event will be held in the Grand Ballroom at the Space Coast Association of Realtors from 7 to 9 PM.

Your $25 admission includes one entry to the grand raffle for a designer handbag.  There will be many games, raffles and a silent raffle.  Enjoy and evening of indulgence with designer handbags, jewelry, wine and decadent desserts.

Thursday, August 06, 2015, 06:30pm

1st Thursday, August 6: Open-Minded Mic Nite!

6:30pm Thursday, August 6, 2015

hosted by Space Coast Progressive Alliance

Location: Front Street Civic Center, 22015 Front St. downtown Melbourne FL 32901

Free and open to the public. Donations graciously accepted.



Summer is a busy time at the Renee Foosaner Education Center.  This year's camp theme was Pop Art and the camper's labors will be the subject of a professionally mounted exhibition installed in the Ruth Cote Clemente wing of the education center, 1520 Highland Ave. Campers were asked to submit a piece of their work, and the exhibition will include art media such as printmaking, found objects, painting and drawing.

Back by popular demand, the Space Coast Symphony Jazz Orchestra will turn up the heat once again this summer with a program that will highlight the artistry of some of the greatest arrangers and composers of our time. With their primary instrument being the big band, musicians such as Sammy Nestico, Billy May, and Ernie Wilkins are among those who have made significant contributions to the evolution of the art of the big band. With music from Goodman (as in Benny) to Goodwin (as in Gordon), this concert promises to be hot from start to finish.