By: Sharon Aron Baron It’s time once more to get “Unplugged” in Coral Springs featuring live music, craft beer and food. On Saturday, April 28, the outdoor event returns, this time to its new location at City Hall featuring live music, life-sized game, craft beer along with wine, food trucks and live art. Beginning at 6 p.m. Chemradery Duo […]
Spend your morning shopping at the Coral Springs Farmers’ Market while listening to some lively jazz music because the “Savor the Notes” event is back at a new location.
Westglades Middle School Drama Department presents Seussical on April 26 and 27 where Horton the Elephant, the Cat in the Hat and all of your favorite Dr. Seuss characters spring to life onstage.
Participants for the annual American Cancer Society Relay For Life unite to celebrate those who have been touched by cancer or remember loved ones lost and take vow to take action for lifesaving change.
Making a real difference in their community is not just talk to the coordinators of local pop-up kids consignment event Just Between Friends….
Don’t miss the Coral Springs Farmers’ Market this Sunday, where residents can roam through a variety of local produce and exotic food vendors and grab a sample or two.
With more than $6.5 million donated to the Stoneman Douglas Victim’s fund, headway is being made to distribute the money to the victim’s families.
Bring your family and friends to WorldFest at the Sportsplex and experience the diverse cultures that make up the City of Coral Springs.
A town hall meeting about gun violence will be hosted by U.S. Rep Ted Deutch on Tuesday in Coral Springs.
The City of Coral Springs is offering volunteers community service hours along with a free lunch in exchange for helping to keep the city beautiful.