Events

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

Project Suds America, a 501[3] c charitable organization assisting homeless, low income and no income U.S. military veterans with basic needs (e.g., shelter, food, clothing, transportation, personal items and laundry) will be the beneficiary of a fundraising event, “A Night of Hollywood”, featuring music, live entertainment, raffles, a gift auction, and more.

This fundraising event takes place on Sunday, September 18th at 7pm at Cold Keg Nightclub in Melbourne.

For more information   http://www.projectsuds.org

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he 31st Annual NKF Rich Salick Pro-Am Surf Festival is the largest surfing charity competition in the world featuring professional and amateur surfing competitions, stand up paddleboard (SUP), tandem competitions, skateboard, karate, entertainment, family fun & volunteering. ALL proceeds go to the NKF of Florida to support programs in patient services, research, public and professional education, and organ donation. The festival also strives to increase awareness of kidney disease with an emphasis on prevention and support for organ donation.

Registration is now underway for fall art classes and workshops at Florida Institute of Technology’s Renee Foosaner Education Center in the Eau Gallie Arts District of Melbourne. The new term, which will feature one-, two- and three-day workshops and once-a-week classes lasting 5 to 10 weeks, starts Sept. 13 and runs through Nov. 19. A wide variety of traditional and non-traditional studio courses in media including pottery, sculpture, watercolor, acrylic, photography and drawing will be available. Classes will be offered for children and adults at all skill levels.

The Florida Surf Museum is proud to present “Hobgood- The Exhibit” which chronicles the careers of twin brothers CJ and Damien Hobgood. They are the latest in a long line of champion surfers that have come from the Space Coast of Florida. The brothers grew up in Satellite Beach and quickly advanced in the highly competitive local contest scene. Their competitive drive propelled them to the World Championship Tour circuit, where they excelled for nearly 20 years.
 

In celebration of Star Trek's 50th Anniversary, Florida Tech professor Scott Tilley is holding a FREE public lecture, "Star Trek at 50," to talk about the science, technology and engineering in the acclaimed series.

The talk will be held in the Olin Engineering Building, Rm. 118.

Friday Aug 26th 8:00 pm.

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