People who love art and entertainment won’t want to miss the Coral Springs Festival of the Arts on March 19 and 20.  Admission is free and it will take place along The Walk. The signature artist will be Trish Baron, who produces art from recycled materials.

 The event will include a huge variety of arts, crafts and food.

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Bakeries will have the opportunity to participate in the Cake Challenge. Each bakery will be able compete with a cake designed and decorated with a South Florida theme. There will also be a literary workshop.  Music will be provided by the Gold Coast Banjo Band, the Shadow Creek Band and others.

Coral Springs residents who enjoy Mullins Park will soon see some new buildings.

The city is in the initial stages of replacing three of the four buildings inside the park. These include the buildings used for tackle football, flag football and soccer,  all of which are in less than ideal condition. The city will build a press box for Aiello field.

Coral Springs City Manager Erdal Donmez said that of the $5.9 million that will be raised through the issue of Recovery Zone Bonds, $1.3 million will be spent on Mullins Park.  Donmez said Mullins Park is the city’s busiest park.

The city will also spend $200,000 for pedestrian improvements at Mullins Park later this year and $100,000 for the construction of Fire Station 71.

It’s St. Patricks Day.

That means it is time to be Irish and enjoy the Luck of the Irish. Tijuana Taxi Co. in Coral Springs is  planning a huge party to celebrate. Thousands of people will enjoy bands and D.J. on St. Patrick’s Day evening.

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Those who have an interest in art and great food won’t want to miss the Coral Springs Art Festival which will happen on March 19 and 20 along The Walk. People will be able to see a huge variety of artwork, sample great cuisine and enjoy a wide variety of entertainment offerings.

Mark your calendars for Sunday, April 3 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. as the fifth annual WorldFest Celebration gets into full swing at the Sportsplex, 2575 Sportsplex Drive.  Admission to this outdoor festival is free, but there will be a parking fee of $3 per vehicle.


The festival will cover a spectacular array of multi-cultural entertainment, cuisine and culture that salutes the diverse population in the Coral Springs area. Delicious cultural foods, live music, arts and crafts, educational activities, and amusements for children will be featured. This year, there will be a Petting Zoo for young children and a Cooking Demonstration hosted by the members of the Multi-Cultural Committee. Samples of food and recipes will be offered.  There will also be raffle prizes offered each hour.

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There are still opportunities for food and arts/crafts vendors. If you would like to partner with the City and sponsor this signature event, please call 954-344-1005.

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Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) has announced a unique venture to expand its dual enrollment program with Broward College. The new venture expands current Broward College course offerings to include online learning options. The dual enrollment program gives high school juniors and seniors an opportunity to enroll in courses at Broward College and earn both high school and college credits.   

Through collaboration with Broward Virtual School, Broward College is now offering five college courses entirely online to BCPS high school students. This is the first venture of its kind in the state of Florida.  

BCPS students have been taking online middle and high school courses for the past 10 years through Broward Virtual School.  With the increasing popularity of online learning at the post-secondary level, high school students are now able to take college courses from anywhere they have access to the Internet.  BCPS students are presently enrolled in the following courses online: ENC 1101 (English Composition) POS 2041 (National Government) ECO 2013 (Economics) PSY 2012 (Psychology)

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EDF 1005 (Introduction to the Teaching Profession)

To be eligible for the dual enrollment program, students must have an unweighted cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better and appropriate SAT, ACT, or CPT scores. Dual enrolled students do not pay tuition or textbook fees.   

Interested students should consult with their school’s guidance counselors for details.  


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He wonders how he will be paid in light of recent merit pay legislation.

“No one can explain what this new legislation means,” said Krantz. “Will it be based on student achievement. If my students do well, will I get a one time bonus or a permanent raise. Will it count toward my retirement. How will it work for special education teachers or elective teachers.”

Krantz said there really is no such thing as tenure in the State of Florida. A principal can fire a teacher if that principal follows procedures showing that the teacher performed poorly. They only real defense that teachers have is a due process system.

“The legislature is saying they don’t even want to go through the due process approach. A principal can just say you’re fired,” said Krantz.

Krantz said he expects the Florida Education Association to file a lawsuit because the legislation violates union collective bargaining arrangements.

Come sit under the stars and enjoy a movie night with your family and friends at the City’s free Movie at the Park.

On Saturday, March 26, join us for a feature presentation, Megamind, Rated PG. The movie begins at 8 p.m. at Betti Stradling Park. Parking and admission is free. Blankets, lawn chairs and coolers are welcome, and refresh­ments will be available for purchase. Please refrain from bringing glass con­tainers, alcohol and pets.


Then, on Saturday, April 9, Brass Revolution will feature rock and blues. The concert begins at 7 p.m. at Betti Stradling Park. Parking and admission is free. Blankets, lawn chairs and coolers are welcome, and refresh­ments will be available for purchase. Please refrain from bringing glass con­tainers, alcohol and pets.


           For more information, call 954-345-2200. Betti Stradling Park is located at 10301 Wiles Road, at the northeast corner of Wiles Road and Coral Springs Drive.  

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Lacrosse is a sport that is growing in popularity  in Coral Springs.

The Coral Springs Chiefs practice at Mullins Park. The traveling team includes about 20 kids who want to play competitive lacrosse. The coach Rich Guglielmo said it takes dedication, practice and good hand eye cooridination to play lacrosse well.

Basketball is one of the world’s most popular sports. And it is played with enthusiasm in Coral Springs.  The recreational program is getting started in Mullins Park. Matt Shapiro and his assistant coach Megan Mceavoy want to share their love of the game with the young people of Coral Springs.

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