Have you ever wondered if you had what it takes to be an artist? How about while drinking wine? This Saturday is your chance. Wine and Canvas will be holding a painting class at 1:00 at Joe’s Crab Shack at 4402 North University Drive in Lauderhill. You’ll be instructed on how to paint your own personal masterpiece while sipping wine. Saturday’s forecast is for a lot of rain, so unless you a fan of college football this is sure to be your best bet. You can register here. Did I mention wine?
Monthly Archives: September 2014
Broward School Superintendent Robert Runcie was scheduled to address the Lauderhill City Commission at its meeting Monday evening. Instead of attending, Mr. Runice sent a district employee. The employee gave a presentation regarding the $800 million school bond which county voters will decide on in November. During the presentation, Commissioner Benson reported that Mr. Runcie had told him that he was “tied up at a board meeting.” But according to former Sun-Sentinel reporter Buddy Nevins, Runcie actually skipped out of the board meeting to talk to voters about the bond issue at Wynmoor condominiums in Coconut Creek. Perhaps instead of deceiving an elected official, Mr. Runice should have just used the old Brady Bunch excuse.
Are you a veteran? Do you live in Lauderhill? If you don’t mind a little bit of attention, we have an event for you. The City will be recognizing veterans on November 10 at 5:30 at City Hall. If you would like to be recognized, please send a brief biography (one or two paragraphs) of your military background to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Biographies can also be hand delivered to City Hall. For more information call Julie at 954-730-3002.
The Northwest Lauderhill Neighbors Association will hold its monthly meeting this Tuesday at Veterans Park. City Commission candidates William Cossio, Kelvin Haynes, and Denise Grant are scheduled to attend. Incumbent Commissioner Hayward Benson has also been invited. Seat 4 is the only contested race in Lauderhill, as Mayor Kaplan has been reelected without opposition. The meeting starts at 7:30. You can RSVP on Facebook.