Events

Community, music and arts events of relevance to the Space Coast

12th Annual Fiesta Brevard April 22

Apr 21, 2016

Join your neighbors, friends and colleagues for this perennial favorite!  Over a 1,000 people attend each year!

You’ll have a great time, and make a difference for these community organizations and those they serve!

The 12th Annual Fiesta Brevard festivities will include live entertainment with Latin music, salsa dancing, games, drawings, raffles, a salsa contest, Fiesta hat parade and contest, lots of food and more!

April 22, 2016
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
$10 - $15
321-459-2200

THE SCHEDULE:
8am:  We will depart Eau Gallie Square at 8 a.m. promptly and arrive at our destination by 10 am where we will enjoy a privately led tour just for us at the Salvator Dali Museum for about 50 minutes.

11am-2pm:  After the tour, we will ride our bus up Central Avenue (that will easily take 30 minutes) and stop at a block that has a tremendous array of shopping and restaurants within a two block walk in either direction. You will have lunch and shop on your own for two hours. (If you don't want to do this, see below.)

WFIT’s next Market Day is Tuesday April 12th - 10 to 4pm on the Crawford Green (north of Crawford and west of Gleason).

Host a table and hand out information, perform or demonstrate the cool things you have to offer the campus community.  There is no charge Florida Tech students, clubs, groups or organizations.

Last Market Day until Fall.

Come on out and check out the Produce, Plants, Cookies, Stuffed Breads, Soaps, Organic Scrubs, Olives, Cheese, Pesto, Fresh Sauces and Salsa, Hummus, Cupcakes, Sweet Breads, Jewelry, art.....and much more.  

At Discovery Day, students and their families will have a chance to experience all that Florida Tech has to offer, including hearing from admission staff members, meeting current students and speaking with faculty. Participants will learn about the admission and financial aid processes, take a campus tour, explore labs and facilities associated with their areas of interest, and experience Florida Tech’s beautiful subtropical campus.

The Fourth Annual French Film Festival at and around Florida Institute of Technology’s Foosaner Art Museum kicks off Friday, April 1, with a free, outdoor presentation of Jean Cocteau’s 1930 classic avant-garde film, Le Sang d’un Poète (The Blood of a Poet).

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