Your Village @ Work- June 19, 2017
Your weekly publication about Village happenings and events.  
Independence Day Celebration! 

On this 4th of July, Palmetto Bay residents, friends and neighbors will come together to celebrate America's 241st  birthday on a grand scale from
6-9 pm at Village Hall. 

The Village will ring in Independence Day with patriotic spirit and pride in a day filled with wholesome, all-American fun for the entire family! The big moment--- an explosive 15-minute fireworks show, launched from Palmetto Bay Park, happens at 8:45 pm. This event is FREE to the public.

For additional information on participating vendors, road closures, and parking information, please click here

  • 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. 
  • The Village of Palmetto Bay Policing Unit is once again offering the rad/KIDS Personal Empowerment and Safety Education program during the week of June 26-June 30 and July 31-August 4 as part of the Village of Palmetto Bay’s Summer Camp at Coral Reef Elementary School. The FREE classes will be held between the hours of 9-11 am, Monday through Friday for children between 5-12 years of age. If you are interested in having your child(ren) participate or would like more information, please contact Officer Peter Judge at (305) 278-4018. Click here for the application.

  • Mark your calendars and join us for our second Budget Workshop on Tuesday, June 27 beginning at 7 pm!
Coming this week:
Upcoming During June:
  • 6:30 pm - Partnership Advisory Committee, Village Hall 
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