Events

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

Featuring Nicole Cote School of Dance Competition Dancers

3 Shows: Saturday, May 30th at 10 am, 1 pm & 4 pm
Adult Tickets - $29, inclusive of fees.
Day of Show Adult Tickets - $32, inclusive of fees.
Infants under 2 - $6, inclusive of fees.
Don't miss out on some wonderful entertainment when Dare to Dance hits the King Center stage! Make your plans to come out and support our local dancers, along with their award-winning competition dance team.

AFC’s Advanced Teen Anglers Camp

May 18, 2015

Register now for AFC’s Advanced Teen Anglers Camp on June 13th & 14th or July 25th & 26th at the Ted Moorhead Lagoon House in Palm Bay. The 2 day camp focuses on conservation-minded fishing tactics and covers everything from fly fishing to fish behaviors. Our experience anglers will help your teen gain the knowledge he or she needs to become a respectable angler and marine steward. All camp participants will leave with a swag bag, t-shirt and certificate of completion.

The Henegar Center is proud to announce the COMMUNITY THEATRE WORLD PREMIEREof Cry-Baby the Musical.

The Henegar is making history and you’re invited to be a part of it!

Opening in May 2015, the Henegar Center will be the first community theatre granted permission to produce Cry-Baby the Musical.

Florida Tech Music Program

Are you ready to rock? Join Florida Tech faculty and local professional musicians in an interactive camp all about music, friends, and fun. Campers will team up in bands and participate in jam sessions, song writing, classes, and private lessons on voice, guitar, bass, drums, or keyboard. The camp will conclude with the ultimate gig, a final concert featuring each student band performing popular covers, original songs, and a jam session! Camp registration fee includes lunch in Panther Dining Hall, band coaching, private instruction,workshops, classes, a souvenir T-shirt, and other gear.

Students, Staff, Faculty and Community Members Fulfill Japanese Legend

An ancient Japanese legend states that folding 1,000 origami cranes will lead to a wish being granted. A variation of the legend holds that creating a senbazuru – one thousand origami cranes held together by string – will lead to eternal good luck.

Thanks to students, staff and faculty at Florida Institute of Technology and members of the general public, both legends will be put to the test.

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