As part of their first Thursday programs, the Space Coast Progressive Alliance will host a Health Care Forum on Thursday June 5th at Front Street Civic Center 2205 Front Street Melbourne at 6:30 pm. More Info
There will be an Indian River Lagoon Update detailing the outcome of the recent American Assembly on Thursday May 29th at the Front Street Civic Center at 6:30 pm (Doors open at 6 pm). Featured Speaker will be Council, Wayne Mills, past Chair of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, which has been engaged in similar long term efforts in the Chesapeake Bay region. Dr. Leesa Souto, Executive Director of the MRC will discuss the outcomes of last week's meeting of IRL stakeholders. Learn more
Council, Wayne Mills, past Chair of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and Dr. Leesa Souto, Executive Director of the Marine Resources Council discuss the outcomes of the recent American Assembly and the upcoming Indian River Lagoon Update.
The event which is free and open to the public is sponsored by the Space Coast Progressive Alliance, the Marine Resource Council, Preserve Brevard and the Turtle Coast Sierra Club.
Organized by the Women's Center in Brevard. Available to girls from 5th-8th grade. Campers will meet and interact daily with accomplished female role models living and working within the community. More...
Florida Tech offers a multitude of camps for boys and girls ages 3 to 18. From sports camps to academic camps to arts camps, beat the summer doldrums and keep your kids busy! More info available on Florida Tech's website.
The Marine Resources Council (MRC) and the Florida Institute of Technology are coordinating an American Assembly on May 15–17, 2014 in Melbourne, FL to engage diverse stakeholders in identifying priority actions to restore the Indian River Lagoon. This assembly, titled the “Lagoon Action Assembly,” facilitates stakeholder delegates in two and a half days of problem solving. Sponsorships are needed. Find out more:
A diverse group of over 100 representatives from business, recreation, agriculture, infrastructure, elected leaders, economic and ecological experts plus many others will meet and discuss possible solutions for our dying Lagoon.