This race will be used to raise awareness and funds for Prostate Cancer research and to participate in No Shave November. Participants will be challenged to grow out their beards for the whole month. This race will be chip timed and run out and back from Charnow park.
Note: This event is not organized by the City of Hollywood
Presented by Chabad Ocean Synagogue Inc., Chanukah On The Sand is a holiday event which includes a sand sculpture and small close proximity fireworks celebration. Pet owners with animals that have a history of anxiety due to loud noises or fireworks should make a plan based on their individual pet's needs. PLEASE NOTE: This event is not organized or managed by the City of Hollywood.
ArtsPark at Young Circle
Chill returns to the ArtsPark on Memorial Day Weekend. Chill is an upscale, sophisticated Caribbean dance party featuring popular DJ's as well as premium open bar, food and beverages. Admission $55 in advance. For tickets and information visit iLoveChiLL.com
Join us for a Grand Menorah Lighting & a performance by the Cirque Adventure Family Circus Show.
Kosher food for Sale.
City of Hollywood
BCPA assists Broward county residents with filing for property tax exemptions and related assessment questions by helping home owners apply for homestead exemption.
See a free family friendly flick every Friday. Lawn seating. Bring a blanket or beach chair. As a reminder, City parks are plastic and foam free. Single-use items, like plastic water bottles are prohibited on the grounds.
Boulevard Heights Elementary School
Boulevard Heights Elementary School is seeking volunteers this Saturday (December 4th) from 8:30 am-12:30 pm. The day will consist of some light gardening and maintenance around the school. The clean-up will also include planting perennials, mulching and adding soil to walkway areas. Volunteers are encouraged to bring gardening tools like small hand shovels, rakes, and bags with them. Please dress comfortably. Volunteers are asked to email Omar A. Quijada at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Candy Cane Parade on Hollywood Beach is one of the longest running holiday parades in the country. It started back in the mid-1950’s by a group of Hollywood merchants as a way to draw patrons to their shops and businesses. Today it features dozens of lighted floats and vehicles with parade participants tossing out candy canes and starlight mints all along the parade route to the thousands of spectators who line the Broadwalk.
The parade begins at 7:00 p.m. on the Hollywood Beach Broadwalk at Scott Street and heads south to Harrison Street. Complimentary bleacher seating will be available at various locations along the parade route from Garfield Street Polk Street. Parade emcees will be stationed at Charnow Park at Garfield Street and at the Hollywood Beach Theatre at Johnson Street.
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