Your Village @ Work - July 10, 2017
Your weekly publication about Village happenings and events.  
July 2017

July is gearing up to be an exciting month! From Yoga by the Bay to Family Kayak Adventures, the Parks and Recreation Department has coordinated a fun-filled summer for residents of all ages! Click on the photo above to see all of the awesome events and programs available.

Highlights:
  • Join us for a Special Council Meeting on Wednesday, July 12th at Village Hall beginning at 6 pm followed by our last Budget Workshop beginning at 7 pm. Come by and tell us what your priorities are for the upcoming fiscal year that starts on October 1st.
  • Don't miss out on the Committee of the Whole Workshop and a presentation on Downtown Urban Village Code Regulations by Dover, Kohl, and Partners and Marcela Camblor and Associates, Inc. scheduled for Wednesday, July 19 at 7 pm at Village Hall.
  • Registration for Summer Camp and Tennis Camp will be ongoing and is available online and at the Coral Reef Park Tennis Window. Online registration for Summer Camp and Tennis Camp will close every Friday at noon and reopen every Monday at 8:00 am. No registrations will be accepted at the Coral Reef Park Tennis Window over the weekends. Click here for more information. 
Coming this week:
  • 4 pm - Youth Community Involvement Board, Village Hall 
  • 6 pm - Heritage Task Force, Village Hall
  • 6:30 pm - Parks and Rec. & Community Outreach Committee, Village Hall 
Upcoming During July:
  • 2 pm - Special Master Hearing, Village Hall
  • 8 am - Sunshine Meeting, Village Hall
  • 7 pm - Committee of the Whole Workshop & Presentation on Downtown Urban Village Code Regulations by Dover, Kohl, and Partners and Marcela Camblor and Associates, Inc., Village Hall 
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