- Sunday June 3, 2012
- Central Park in Town Center
A culturally diverse tapestry will spread across the park with music, cuisine, dance and costumes presented by a global representation of our local cultural organizations, highlighting the spirit of Hispanic, German, Portuguese, Chinese, Caribbean, Polish, African American, Jamaican, American, Greek and Italian customs. There will be beer and wine samples from across the globe, kids’ bounce houses, live internationally-renowned entertainment and fireworks at dusk. Guests entering the park will receive a passport to be stamped at each country exhibit. Completed passports may be entered into a drawing for a free trip, compliments of the Gerling Travel Group. Admission is only $3 per day (kids under 12 are free of charge) with free parking surrounding Central Park. Visit www.discoverpalmcoast.com or www.palmcoastgov.com for more information, or call 986-2341.
Crowd expected for Salamander resort hearing Monday
Salamander has created a video promoting the property to Chinese investors, worrying some residents.
New lodge proposal is good for Hammock, good for Flagler
Why the big change in community support from the NOPC to Salamander’s proposal? Because it is fundamentally different and better. Salamander’s plan to redevelop the Lodge is much smaller, less intense and fits within the footprint of the existing lodge site.
CSI: Wadsworth Library
Panthers Guys Read Book Club, an all-male club, aims to grow readers.
Hutson, Renner win Senate and House primaries
The only close race of the night was between Hutson and Renuart in St. Johns County.