Brian Earl Foster Invitational Bull Riding ~ 2019


Brian Earl Foster Invitational, Flagler County's annual bull riding event in memory of an amazing 18 year old cowboy who left our world too soon, leaving a legacy of what a true cowboy is. 

On this day we honor Brian; the cowboy & young man he was and the Amazing Legacy that he left for all of us: Honesty, Care for others, and his love for rodeo. Championship Bull Riding - Affordable Family Entertainment!

Admission: 
 $15-adults 
 $8 - children
 Free - 4 and under



Always verify event information before going.  Event information is subject to change.



Daytona Lagoon Birthday Party


This month we celebrated my daughter's birthday at Daytona Lagoon.  If you are looking for a stress free experience, then this is it.  They do all the planning for you!  We showed up with our cake and the rest was done by them - party invitations, party host, decorations, balloons, goody bags, games, plates, cups, napkins, pizza and drinks.   It was so nice to not arrive early to set up or stay late to clean up.  Daytona Lagoon takes care of all of this!!

They have several party packages to choose from.  You can find the details HERE.   We booked the Extreme Package which gave our party all day access to the Water Park and the Dry Park.  The Dry Park includes Laser Tag, Rock Wall, Go-Karts, Mini Golf and Indoor Ropes Course.  The Water Park features two new rides this year, Kraken's Revenge and the Shaka Halfpipe.  My daughter and her friends said they had the best day!

***Interested in booking your own party?  Use promo code 19093 when booking online and save 10% on any birthday party package!***

There are 4 party rooms to choose from: The Dot Room (this is the largest room), Cosmic Room (Glow in the Dark), Camo Room and the Princess Room.  I was able to photograph all but the Cosmic Room since another party was happening during the time we were there.




 




Our party hostess was wonderful!  She was so accomadating and helpful throughout the party.  



The kids had a blast in the entertainment center playing games and doing the ropes course. 







The water park was adventure packed.  There are so many different slides/attractions (lazy river, wave pool, speed slides, raft slides and more!!) that the kids wanted to stay until the park closed.   













Go-Karts was another fun attraction that the birthday party group enjoyed.  They rode the carts over and over again.  They have single and double seated karts.


Thank you Daytona Lagoon for a great and memorable day!!  If you are looking for a fun place to have your child's birthday then contact Daytona Lagoon today!!  

***Don't forget about this great offer - Use promo code 19093 when booking online and save 10% on any birthday party package!***




Disclaimer: I received the Extreme Party Package as compensation for the purpose of this review.  As always we give our honest opinions of the experience.  The views and opinions expressed in this review are purely our own. 



Home Depot FREE Kids Workshop - May 4



Register online for May's FREE Home Depot Kids Workshop.  This month's featured craft is "Blooming Art".  https://www.homedepot.com


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Day/Date: Saturday, May 4th
Time: 9am-12pm
Location: Home Depot, Palm Coast
Ages: 5-12
Fee: FREE


Always verify event information before going.  Event information is subject to change.




‘May the Fourth’ Arbor Day Celebration ~ Palm Coast



Palm Coast's love of trees and commitment to environmental sustainability will be celebrated at the day-long Arbor Day event from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, May 4, at Central Park in Town Center, 975 Central Ave. Admission is free, and all activities are free. Refreshments and products from vendors will be available for purchase.

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Arbor Day is a nationally-celebrated observance that encourages tree planting and tree care. This is the 14th year the City has held the event drawing nearly 5,000 people to the 2018 celebration. This year, the 2019 event falls on the pop culture Star Wars Day ‘May the Fourth.’ With that in mind, there will be Star Wars-themed green technology demonstrations featuring drones.

The tree tent opens at 9 a.m. A Master Certified Arborist will be in the tree tent from 9 a.m.-noon, offering free guidance on proper pruning, placement, planting and root shaving techniques. To get a free tree, bring a non-perishable, non-expired food item (human or pet) to trade for the tree while quantities last! Boy Scouts will be in attendance to help you get your tree to your vehicle.

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The native butterfly release will be at 11 a.m. at center stage. There will be other fun activities are planned for all ages, including entertainment by VertiFit Aerial Arts, a bigger-than-ever butterfly tent, a petting zoo, a hay bale maze, train rides and crafts. Additionally, there will be wildlife from the Central Florida Zoo. The Avian Reconditioning Center for Birds of Prey will offer shows and have an exhibit. The Flagler Audubon Society will offer free bird walks in Town Center. Shelldon and Shelly from the Daytona Tortugas will make a special appearance. There will also be performances by the City’s ‘Recyclasaurus’ and ‘Velocirappers’ dinosaurs. Families can also take a picture in the life-size eagles nest. DJ Vern of Pyramid Disc Jockeys and Surf 97.3 FM will provide the DJ entertainment for children's games, dancing, line dances, limbo and hula hoop contests.

Participants who completed the Mayor's 90/90 Challenge for fitness will be recognized and receive their prizes. Medals will be given to those who completed 90 miles in 90 days. The Mayor’s 90/90 Challenge began on Jan. 10 and ended April 9. As of the last count, more than 100 people already logged nearly 11,000 miles. That’s two round-trip treks from Palm Coast, FL to Seattle, WA and back!

Back by popular demand is the free paper shredding service. Plan to take advantage of this hands-free, uncomplicated process as totes will be wheeled to your car to help unload paper and bring it to a chute that dumps all of it into a shredder. For the free shredding service, acceptable items include: staples, paper clips, spirals, notebooks, expired credit cards, check books and folders with small prongs with small amounts of metal/plastic. Unacceptable items include: batteries, three-ring binders, binder clips, hard drives, X-rays and large amounts of metal/plastic. Shredded materials will be recycled, with the ink and color removed to produce new paper towels, tissues, etc.

For more information, visit www.palmcoastgov.com/ArborDay or contact Palm Coast Urban Forester Carol Mini at 386-986-3722 or cjmini@palmcoastgov.com.




Palm Coast Touch-A-Truck ~ 2019



The Palm Coast Fire Department will host Touch-a-Truck, a FREE community event at Lewis E. Wadsworth Elementary School from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 27. The event will take place in the parking lot at the school, 4550 Belle Terre Pkwy., Palm Coast, immediately following the Wadsworth Elementary Panther 5K.


 The theme of the event is:  See, Touch, Explore and Honk. There will be a static display of emergency vehicles, construction trucks and more. Participating partners include:

·         Palm Coast Fire Department
·         Flagler County Fire Rescue
·         Florida Forestry Service – Bunnell District
·         Flagler County Sheriff’s Office
·         Florida Highway Patrol
·         Palm Coast Public Works
·         Cline Construction
·         Rogers Towing
·         Wadsworth Elementary School
·         Flagler Schools
·         Daytona International Speedway (race car)
“This is a great event for the community to hop up in the driver’s seat, honk the horn, and kick the tires on a variety of emergency vehicles and construction trucks in Palm Coast,” said Palm Coast Fire Chief Jerry Forte, “and an opportunity to meet the men and women who operate them.”

For more information, call the Palm Coast Fire Department at 386-986-2300.

Always verify event information before going.  Event information is subject to change.

Source: News Release