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Early bird registration is still available for art vendors. Support the Nov. 16 DARE Fair.


"Holiday by the Bay" is Dec. 7, at Ludovici Park. Read more. And see last year's photos.


"Charting a New Course" is now showing on WBAY and via our video library.

October 30, 2013
From the Mayor's Desk
The Village of Events
Monsters in the Park, Movie Night, the DARE Fair and Car Show, Holiday by the Bay... Don't blink over the next few weeks or you might miss one our numerous amazing Village events. In all seriousness, clearly our Parks & Recreation staff continually succeeds at providing quality programs and activities that appeal to residents of all ages and interests. This team of dedicated workers truly enjoys serving the "Village of Parks" -- and it shows. So please read on for details regarding these great events. I look forward to seeing you at one or all of them. By the way, there really is such a thing as "Monsters in the Park." Join us at Coral Reef Park Thursday night and you'll see! Please have a safe and pleasant Halloween.


~ Mayor Shelley Stanczyk
"Monsters in the Park," Oct. 31
Trick-or-Treat at Coral Reef Park

Your Village events team is offering a safe alternative to traditional neighborhood trick-or-treating this year at Coral Reef Park. Join us at "Monsters in the Park," starting at 6 p.m. on Halloween, Oct. 31. Village officials and community partners will distribute trick-or-treat candies and stickers. Food and beverage will be available for purchase. Then at 7 p.m., enjoy the animated movie, "Monsters University." The event is free and open to the public. Also expect movie theater tickets, a thousand "goodie bags," free popcorn... the list goes on. Read more.

Animal Services Website 
New Approach to Lost & Found

Councilman Schaffer today announced the launch of an advanced lost-and-found website, designed by Village resident volunteer Mike Muni. As a result of this grass-roots volunteer effort, the Village may now boast a 24/7 means of getting the electronic word out about lost and found pets. The self-service, independently managed website also provides adoption notices and links to other municipal animal service programs. The new link is presently available on the Palmetto Bay Animal Services web page.