04/05/2024 • 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM
Location:Northland Church, Longwood FL
Catch Tim Hawkins Live in Concert! The parody singer-songwriter of favorites like “Things You Don’t Say to Your Wife” and “Cletus Take the Reel” provides nonstop laughter with funny bits about the church, homeschooling, and more. Load up your van with all your kids, your small group, and anyone else who loves a good joke to experience this night of hilarity with Tim Hawkins! A limited number of VIP tickets including Early Entry and a Meet & Greet and photo with Tim are available for each show.
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04/27/2024 • 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Location:Eagle Nest Park at MetroWest, Orlando Fl
The 8th Community Multicultural Celebration for all communities coming together to bridge in togetherness Our goal is to strengthen and build existing communities by helping us come bridge together for this celebration. Bringing communities together with music, dance, song, ethnic foods, and visual arts that represents the many faces of cultural heritage as maintained and transformed by residing communities. The celebration will commence on April 27, 2024, 10:00am to 2:00pm, at Eagle Nest Park, MetroWest Blvd. A celebration designed to bring people together from all different walks of life through arts, music, school bands, dancers, performers, drama, and speaker presentations. The focus of this celebration is on embracing diversity, creating community awareness, uniting, and inspiring all to come together in unity. “Celebrating by coming together as one, giving back in your community and using it to really invest back in the community truly helps all of us understand what our communities need. This Free event is to provide our all-community residents, schools, community leaders and organizations to come together and celebrate their respective cultures and introduce them to other local families, organizations, and community leaders, ultimately increasing awareness about the many groups represented in the areas. Through these interactions within the different communities the celebration will teach generations more about their heritage and interact with other cultures. Thank you again for your participation in this event and you do not want to miss being a part of the 8th Annual Celebration. We look forward to seeing you soon, feel free to reach out to Dr. Judith Shealey @ 407-557-8116 (Organizer) or Lorene Walker @ 321-695-9361 (Co-Organizer) and via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Theme: This is US AGAIN!! Building and Bridging Communities Together on All sides
The theme emphasizes the fact that each of us is a unique and beautiful thread, woven together creating a vibrant social fabric that makes our communities so special. The Community Multicultural Unity Celebration is truly a community event and couldn’t happen without the many volunteers, schools, community members, organizations, and businesses who come together to connect the many moving parts. WE can do it Together!!
When we take a moment to stop, breathe, take it all in, and experience the extraordinary sight of all communities bridging together in unity, We will say to ourselves, “This is US Again.”
Where there is Unity, There will be Strength in our Communities!!!