Save the date for RastaFest Jamaica coming to the Rastafari Indigenous Village April 8th and 9th in Montego Bay! Masani Productions, producer of RastaFest in the Village (Jamaica and Toronto), shared details of the programming for the Jamaica production which includes tours of the Rastafri Indigenous Village, ancestral drumming, the launch of Lloyd Stanbury’s book
Broward County Libraries is all about business in 2017. Residents and business owners are invited to attend free business and finance workshops and seminars. The Main Library, 100 S Andrews Avenue, will host a New Year, New Resume, New Career Workshop, on Wednesday, January 4th, 5:30 to 7:30PM, and on Saturday, January 7th, 10:15AM to 1PM, a Thinking of Owning a Business? seminar. These events complement Broward County Mayor Barbara Sharief’s Broward Means Business initiative, which focuses on developing and assisting small businesses. A listing of other seminars is on
Emirates Airlines has begun nonstop service from Broward’s Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) to Dubai, marking a new chapter in international air travel between Broward County and the Middle East. Mayor Barbara Sharief, Aviation Director Mark Gale, tourism officials and a host of dignitaries welcomed the Emirates Boeing 777 on Thursday, December 15. It was also the first time a 777 airplane has landed at the airport. The Dubai to Fort Lauderdale flight takes 15 hours. The airport’s central location, its “easy in, easy out” reputation, and a current partnership between Emirates and JetBlue Airways, made FLL attractive to Emirates. FLL is the second airport in Florida to have nonstop service to the Middle East. Visit FLL online.
Participate in free monthly Fitness Training sessions led by a personal trainer from Memorial Health Care on select Mondays and Thursdays at the Memorial Fitness Zone at T.Y. Park in Hollywood. Memorial Healthcare System donated funds for the fitness equipment with additional funding from Broward County Parks and Recreation Division. The fitness zone, designed for ages 14 and up, is open daily during the park's normal operating hours. Call 954-357-8811 for training session details.
When the holidays are long gone but your tree isn't, it's time to chip in and donate your used evergreen to our annual Chip-a-Tree initiative. Last year Broward County Parks recycled more than 5,000 trees - tons of material that would otherwise have gone to landfills. Your tree can join those recyclable thousands. To participate in the free program remove all decorations from your tree (no decorated trees will be accepted), then bring the tree to a participating park, where it will be chipped and used for landscaping throughout the park system. There is a limit of two trees per vehicle, artificial trees are not accepted, and no commercial vehicles or garbage trucks are allowed. Hours vary; visit Parks online to find a location near you.
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