The Space Coast Transportation Planning Organization invites you to attend their Brevard 2040 Transportation Vision Workshop on Thursday, July 10th from 7:45 am to 9:15 am at the Board of County Commissioners Board Room at the Government Center, Building C, 1st Floor, County Commission Board, located at 2700 Judge Fran Jamieson Way in Viera.
Learn about how transportation changes will position Brevard for economic growth and prosperity, how Brevard will balance growth and protection of the natural environment, and improvements on the way residents live and travel.
Habitat for Humanity is holding a Father's Day Tool Drive for all of June to help replenish its tool supplies. Habitat is accepting a wide variety of new tools to help it better the lives of residents throughout Brevard by building and restoring homes. Tools can be dropped off at one of many drop-off locations around the county.
The Pawsitive HOPE Thrift Store is celebrating its grand opening on June 14 from 12-3pm. Proceeds from the thrift store help to support the work of HOPE (Helping Overpopulation of Pets End), an animal rescue organization that provides low cost spay/neuter, vaccine and emergency medical care for low income pet owners.
HOPE also provides shelter for unwanted, abused, abandoned and neglected animals. HOPE rescues, fosters, and secures permanent homes for adoptable companion animals and advocates for the highest standards of animal care for Brevard County.
The Cocoa Beach Surf Museum presents its 13th annual Waterman's Challenge and Luau. This family friendly event features surfing competitions of all types and skill levels as well as food and live music.
Registration begins Friday, June 6 from 6-8pm at Mambo's in Cocoa Beach. Saturday competition heats begin on the beach at 8:00am at the International Palms Resort.
The Brevard County Libraries are featuring the New York Times best-selling book “The Fault in Our Stars” by award winning author John Green as the One Book Brevard selection to read this summer.
On June 10 at 6:00pm, Satellite Beach Library will host an “Evening of Awesome” which includes a book discussion, t-shirt craft, nerdfighter mad-libs and vlog brothers video viewing. This program is open for teens from ages 12-18.
In addition, a raffle is ongoing for a collector’s edition of the book with a drawing on July 1. The raffle is open to the public for ages 12 and up.