In conjunction with the Parkland Historical Society, the City of Tamarac and the City of Coral Springs whom are also celebrating their 50th anniversary, a Tri-City Car Ride featuring the elected officials from all three municipalities will take place on Sunday, April 28th.
Caporella Aquatic Center is now open for the Spring. The City of Tamarac invites you this Saturday, April 27th, to their Spring Bash Swim Party where there will be swimming, music, free snow cones and raffles. Visit the park from 12pm to 4pm.
The City of Tamarac will feature their April Concert in the Park this Friday, April 12th with one show you don’t want to miss: U2 By UV.
Hailing from South Florida, U2 By UV continues to be one of the most exciting and authentic bands on the tribute scene. If you’ve never heard them, U2 By UV sounds unmistakably “Even Better Than The Real Thing.”
Jump A Roos, an indoor family entertainment center, announces the grand opening of its second location in Tamarac on Friday, March 29, 2013 from 4:00 – 9:00 p.m. The event is free and open to the public, and Jump A Roos will be accepting suggested donations of $10 per person at the door to benefit ARC Broward.
Don’t miss the biggest concert of the year right here in Tamarac where Blood, Sweat and Tears will perform to residents in a free outdoor concert as part of Tamarac’s 50th Anniversary celebration.
Blood, Sweat and Tears have written and performed many hits like: Spinning Wheel, You’ve Made Me So Very Happy and Ride Captain Ride. They have earned multiple gold albums, ten Grammy nominations and three Grammy Awards, including the most prestigious of them all, Album of the Year.
Join JP Taravella High School Drama for a night of wings and comedy. Start your evening off at Wings Plus in Coral Springs. Bring the family and join us for dinner from 6:30 – 9:30 at the Sample Road location of Wings Plus, 9880 W. Sample Road, Coral Springs. Owner Brian Walsh is generously donating 10% of everything anyone with a JPT Drama coupon orders, back to the school.
Pull out your Hawaiian shirt because the Parks and Recreation Foundation of Tamarac is presenting a Hawaiian party in Florida.
Held at the Tamarac Community Center Ballroom, this Hawaii 5-0 Party will be held on Thursday March 21st from 1-3pm. For only $8.00 per person, there will be a full lunch including music, entertainment and dessert.
Tamarac’s 50th anniversary events continued on Friday night when the food trucks rolled in to the Sports Complex along with live music for some fun and relaxation for residents.
The Tamarac Chamber of Commerce brings you a morning where the community will be able to see what the Tamarac area has to offer in healthcare. Approximately 30 medical professionals with a wide array of services including hospitals, chiropractic, assisted living facilities, memory care, audio & visual care, preventative care, home health, massage, nutritional products, medical supply and much more.
Get ready to register those little campers in Camp Tamarac this summer. Our city offers a great camp program for a reasonable price. The trick is to register early because it gets filled up quickly.
Food trucks and free live music at more of Tamarac’s 50th anniversary events on Friday, February 22 at 7 p.m., as the Fabulons headline a concert in the park at the Tamarac Sports Complex.
Looking for an edge this offseason that will put you a notch above the competition? Then sign up for offseason football specific training for the student athlete ages 14-18.
Tamarac will be hosting their community garage sale on February 23, 2013. You can still register for a space. Please see the information inside to set up your space now.
The Tamarac Theatre of Performing Arts presents “Sugar Babies.” which is a series of skits and musical numbers with many one-liners that will keep audiences laughing the entire night.
The kickoff begins in Tamarac’s District Two on Saturday, January 19, where registered voters can sign the petition to recall newly reinstated Commissioner Patricia “Patte” Atkins-Grad from office.
After being asked by Vice Mayor Harry Dressler and several residents to step down at last week’s city commissioner meeting, Atkins-Grad steadfastly refused to give up her seat.
Spano’s Big Radio Show continued bringing the best new rock to South Florida with another show at Archie’s West in Tamarac.
The show, which took place on January 5, featured Shatterglass, Hiatus Road and YourDesign. It drew a sizable, though more subdued, crowd. This made for some excellent people watching while enjoying a drink at the bar.
Advanced Style is Ari Seth Cohen’s blog-based ode to the confidence, beauty, and fashion that can only be achieved through the experience of a life lived glamorously.
It is a collection of street fashion unlike any seen before—focused on the over-60 set in the world’s most stylish locales. In fact, the cover photo of the book is the legendary Irene Apfel, the nonagenarian Palm Beach resident, famous for redecorating the White House.
Archie’s West is located along a blink-and-one-misses-it stretch of West Commercial Boulevard. However, for those who like live, local music, dart tournaments, inexpensive drinks and good chicken wings, Archie’s is a hidden gem. Patrons, even first time patrons, feel as though they have been welcomed into a community. This community setting was exemplified by the large crowd that showed up for Theory of Disorder’s reunion show. The large crowd led radio personality John Spano to declare that “the local scene [had been] resurrected.”
Come meet Tamarac’s founder, Kenneth Behring, at a special reception on Wednesday, December 12th, 2012 at 6:00 pm in the City Hall Atrium, 7525 NW 88 Avenue.
This unbelievable model railroad is on display every Christmas at Aventura Mall in Miami. Massive in size, it features many different blissful holiday scenes while scale model railroads go by.