Your Village @Work- July 04, 2016
Your weekly publication about Village happenings and events.  
Happy Independence Day!

Join us this evening for our 3rd Annual Independence Day Celebration as Palmetto Bay residents, friends and neighbors come together to celebrate America's 240th Birthday on a grand scale from 5 pm - 10 pm, at our emerging Downtown Palmetto Bay. The Village will ring in July 4th with patriotic spirit and pride in a day filled with wholesome, all-American fun for the entire family! This event is FREE to the public. Click here for parking details and more information. 

For your safety, ALL bags and coolers will be checked at the three designated entry points

  • US1 & Franjo Road
  • US1 & E. Hibiscus Street 
  • Franjo Road & SW 180th St

We give special thanks to this year's event sponsors and partners!
Highlights:

Residents, please be advised that the following Village Parks will have modified hours of operation on Independence Day:

  • Coral Reef Park/Tennis Center will close at 5pm
  • Thalatta Estate will be closed all day
  • Palmetto Bay Park will be partially open (due to the required fireworks safety buffer zone, only the east parking lot and basketball courts will be open to the public)
  • Perrine Wayside (Dog) Park and Ludovici Park will remain open

All parks will resume their regular hours of operation on Tuesday, July 5th. Thank you!

Coming this week:
  • 7 pm - Special Council Meeting, Village Hall 
  • 6:30 pm - Partnership Advisory Committee Workshop, Village Hall 
  • 1 pm - Sunshine Meeting, Village Hall
Upcoming next month:
  • 7 pm - Regular Council Meeting, Village Hall 
  • 6:30 pm - Education Advisory Committee, Village Hall 
  • 7 pm - Veteran's Park Advisory Committee, American Legion Hall (16401 SW 90 Ave.)
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