Your Village @ Work- June 05, 2017
Your weekly publication about Village happenings and events.  
Summer Camp and Tennis Camp
Begin June 12!

With Summer Camp and Tennis Camp right around the corner, the time is now to register online or at the Coral Reef Park Tennis Window! For your convenience, please click here to download the required forms for your child to participate in this year’s Summer Camp. Feel free to fill them out in advance to bring with you on the first day of camp; they will also be available on-site. You can also view our summer camp calendar here. If you are interested in registering your child for either camp, check out our summer camp parent survival guide.

Highlights:
  • The deadline has been extended! Artists, we want you to participate in our Independence Day celebration! Learn more
  • On this 4th of July, Palmetto Bay residents, friends and neighbors come together to celebrate America's 241st  Birthday on a grand scale from 6 pm-9 pm at Village Hall. Visit our Independence Day page for all of the details!
  • If you were unable to join us for our Hurricane preparedness Workshop, please visit our Hurricane Preparedness page for useful information and resources that will help to prepare you and your family for hurricane season. 
Coming this week:
  • 6:30 pm - Proclamations, presentations, and awards (immediately preceding the Council Meeting)
  • 7 pm - Regular Council Meting/Public Hearing, Village Hall
  • 6 pm - Heritage Task Force, Feller Comm. Room @ Ludovici Park
  • 6:30 pm - Education Advisory Board, Village Hall 
Upcoming During June:
  • 6:30 pm - Services and Administrative Advisory Committee, Village Hall 
  • 7 pm - Committee of the Whole Workshop, Village Hall 
  • 6:30 pm - Partnership Advisory Committee, Village Hall 
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