Is it better from the box? For the third year, Forest Trace, Lauderhill’s resort retirement community, will sponsor the Annual Golden Matzah Bowl. The competition, scheduled for 11:00 am, Thursday, March 22, highlights the best professionally-made matzah balls in South Florida, as well as the best homemade matzah ball recipes.
Sign up for the new Aerobic Cycling Classes at the Tamarac Community Center now on Monday through Saturdays. Class size is limited to 14. Classes located at the Tamarac Community Center at 8601 West Commercial Blvd.
Caroline Kennedy will appear at the Tamarac Community Center on March 22 and connect with Women for Obama supporters in Broward County. Kennedy is an attorney, writer, and editor and serves on the boards of numerous non-profit organizations.
Next Stop Broadway Summer Camp 2012 at the Coral Springs Center for the Arts presents a Disney Summer.
Mayor Beth Flansbaum-Talabisco will soon be back after Judge Imperato dismissed all criminal charges against her
Tails are waggin’ at the Humane Society of Broward County in anticipation of PetPals Summer Camp 2012! We have TONS of fun new activities, games and programs planned. If you like spending time with animals and learning about them, this is the camp for you!
The live Tamarac at Twilight Concert in the Park showcases bands and solo artists from all over the State. Grab your lawn chairs, family and friends and enjoy an evening of dancing under the stars. Each concert is free to the public and is located at the Tamarac Sports Complex, 9901 NW 77th Street.
This amazing ice cream soda fountain is like stepping inside a time machine. Only minutes away in Coral Springs, you’ll be surrounded by treasures dating back as far as 1900!
Children are home from school next week for spring break. All of our parks including the dog park and skate park are still closed on Monday due to budget cuts. Wait until you read what the City was able to buy with our money though……..
Please show your support for the Dunkley family who lost everything to a fire in January. Mom and dad currently have two beautiful daughters and have another child on the way. The Kiwanis needs your help to help this family move back into their home.
The Dunkley’s were about to receive the exciting news at their doctor’s on January 3rd, whether Yajaira, or “Laly” as she likes to be called, was carrying a baby girl or boy.
In what was supposed to be a joyful time of their lives instantly became devastation when Howard received a phone call from his neighbor telling him his home was on fire.
The Multi Chamber Business Showcase and Networking event was a big hit, with over 350 people attending. Members from the Tamarac, Coral Springs, Margate, Sunrise, Lauderhill and Pompano Chambers of Commerce, gathered together to broaden networking circles. Click here to see the photos…….
On Wednesday, Feb 29th, 2012 the Tamarac Chamber of Commerce will be presenting a Joint Chamber of Commerce Networking & Showcase here in Tamarac where five other chambers from around Broward County will be participating.
Buy a bit of Tamarac history in this beautiful home and you can bet that you will have a place unlike any other cookie-cutter builder home here in South Florida!
Named the “Horizon House,” This home was a showcase of modern design in the 1970’s. I originally wrote about it on back on the Woodlands Country Club website in 2010. It is now for sale and it is more beautiful that ever now that the large oaks have grown in around it. Unfortunately, the owner is now deceased and this home is being sold at a relative bargain.
A roadway construction project in the area of West Commercial Blvd. between NW 64th Ave. & N. University Dr. is scheduled to begin on March 2 and conclude in July 2012.
On Monday, an alert Tamarac resident of The Heathgate – Sunflower community observed a suspect smash a window of their neighbor’s home.
Dogs and owners love the Gary B. Jones Dog Park in Tamarac. Visit the Gary B. Jones Park for People and Pups located at 8101 Southgate Boulevard, on Southgate Boulevard west of University Drive and Tamarac Veterans’ Park.
Tamarac resident Patti Lynn although not as visible as she was a few years ago is still committed as ever to making Tamarac a better place to live.
Students from Challenger Elementary of Tamarac and their families were invited to “Meet the Author Night” on February16, 2012 where selected student authors shared their stories to the audience.
Did you know that the City of Tamarac will be spending $185,000 this year and $150,000 more next year for entrance signs at Woodmont just west of University Drive?