By: Sharon Aron Baron White supremacists chanting anti-Semitic lines like “Jews will not replace us” were on the minds of residents and elected officials at a recent Legislative Town Hall in Kings Point. Held on August 16, Congressman Alcee Hastings (D-FL) and State Representative Jared Moskowitz (D-Coral Springs) spoke to the audience, which included both Democrats […]
Hundreds of residents showed up for Tamarac’s free Independence Day event, enjoying the fun and the food trucks before the spectacular fireworks event.
The City of Tamarac held a swearing-in ceremony for two new commissioners to a packed crowd on Monday. Julie Fishman and Marlon Bolton were both elected on November 8.
The City of Tamarac Veterans Day Service held Friday morning featured keynote speaker U.S. Army Sgt. Major Kenneth Juede….
It was inevitable that thunderstorms would hit South Florida on Labor Day, but that didn’t stop the die-hard Democrats who trudged to the Annual Picnic in the pouring rain.
This year’s Fourth of July celebration by the City of Tamarac brought out over 5,000 people to the Sports Complex for food, fun and an amazing fireworks show.
The City of Tamarac, along with the Veterans Affairs Committee, held its Memorial Day Service unveiling the new “Veterans Wall of Honor” monument to hundreds of residents in attendance.
Every Spring, Tamarac residents have an opportunity to find out what’s going on in the City and in their community during the annual Neighborhood Meetings.
Tamarac’s first Art’s & Crafts event went better than expected for an inaugural event drawing hundreds of local residents and getting high marks from vendors.
It’s Saturday morning and children and teens are lining up at the Tamarac Community Center, not for a concert or magic show, but to play chess.
The attendance at Saturday’s 12th Annual Taste of Tamarac beat last year’s by a few hundred people according to Peter Mason, Executive Director of the Tamarac Chamber of Commerce.
On Thursday, The Tamarac Chamber of Commerce brought businesses and supporters together for a night of fun and entertainment for their annual launch party for the Taste of Tamarac magazine.
The afternoon thunderstorms on Monday didn’t stop the die-hard Democrats who trudged out to the annual Labor Day Picnic in the pouring rain. They just brought along jackets and umbrellas and waited out the storms under one of the pavilions at Pompano Park.
The weather was glorious for this year’s National Night” event in Tamarac where residents had a chance to meet their local law enforcement officers and learn about many of the specialized units.
If you drive past the Tamarac Community Center, don’t be surprised when you see photos plastered on the side of the walls. The temporary project called Inside Out is a global art project that gives communities all over the world…..
Hundreds of residents showed up for the free Independence Day event enjoying the fun and the food trucks before the spectacular fireworks event.
Can’t view the photos on your mobile device? View them on Flickr By: Sharon Aron Baron The City of Tamarac along with the Veterans Affairs Committee held its Memorial Day Service Monday morning at Veterans Memorial Park honoring all Americans for their supreme sacrifice to defend our liberties. The Taravella High School Concert Band, led by […]
Residents had a chance to find out what’s going on in the City and in their community during the annual Neighborhood Meetings for each of the four districts in Tamarac during March and April.
The mother of all garden parties was given on Sunday by Broward County Commissioner Martin Kiar who seeks to become Broward County’s next Property Appraiser in 2016.
With just four days notice, the entire City of Tamarac Citizen Observer Patrol (COP) volunteers were invited to a special City Commission meeting where they would be given a proclamation.