FRIDAY, 4/12 • 6 PM - 10 PM 9245 Charles Rowland Drive, Cape Canaveral 32920
Price: $45 per person//$80 per couple
The Propeller Club of Port Canaveral presents ShrimpFeast, our annual fundraiser event. A delicious buffet featuring shrimp prepared in a variety of ways will be provided by Fishlips. The shrimp will be locally sourced by Wild Ocean Seafood. The buffet will include BBQ Chicken and all the fixins. The Beach Bums will be providing live music and the Brevard Hawaiian Dancers will once again give an amazing performance. Each attendee of age will receive two drink tickets for beer or wine with the ticket purchase and there will be a cash bar! Come join the fun with dancing, door prizes, silent auction and a Best Hawaiian Shirt contest! Proceeds go to help the Propeller Club support our community outreach initiatives including our scholarship program for students going on to maritime-related studies and support for the Rockledge High School Maritime Studies program! For more information or for tickets email email@example.com.
FRIDAY, 4/12 • 6 PM - 9 PM Downtown Titusville, S Washington Ave., Titusville, 32796
The Hurricane Street Party is back for 2019! Bring your friends, family, and neighbors to this exciting event taking place in Downtown Titusville. The streets will be closed for local vendors, food trucks, live music from Gypsy Rain, as well as the unique opportunity to speak to experts about how YOU can get prepared for the upcoming hurricane season.
Hosted by Comfort Keepers - Brevard County Florida, Downtown Titusville Merchant Association, and Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce
SATURDAY, 4/13 & SUNDAY, 4/14 • TIMES VARY
Ritch Grissom Memorial Wetlands, 10001 N Wickham Rd., Viera, 32940
The 10th Annual Viera Wetlands Nature Festival is a 2-day event at the Ritch Grissom Memorial Wetlands in Viera, Florida, sponsored by The Viera Company and the Viera Community Institute. The event is a fundraiser, with eco-friendly and educational vendors, exhibits, classes and tours, to learn and explore the beautiful setting and highly visited site here in Viera. Scheduled tours and classes are available during the 2-day event with professionals in photography, environmental education, staff from Brevard County's Natural Resources Management Department and Viera Wetlands Rangers. Tours and classes are offered with donations to support the maintenance of the site.
5TH ANNUAL BREWMASTER'S INVITATIONAL BEER FESTIVAL
SATURDAY, 4/13 • 3 PM
Port Canaveral, 9050 Discovery Place, Port Canaveral, 32920
The 5th Annual Brewmaster’s Invitational Beer Festival takes place on April 13, 2019 at Cruise Terminal #1 in beautiful Port Canaveral. This year, we've added to our ever-growing list of breweries, beers, artists, food and entertainment to bring you a beer festival that is grander than ever. The festival will feature more than 50 breweries, allowing thousands of attendees to sample craft (and not-so-craft) beers from all over the world. Amazing beer is just the tip of the iceberg at this year’s Brewmaster’s Invitational. There will be live music, local artists, food trucks, vendors and much, much more. Interested?
SUNDAY, 4/14 • 7 AM Adjacent to Cocoa Beach Country Club, 4800 Tom Warriner Blvd., Cocoa Beach, 32931
The Ron Jon Cocoa Beach Triathlon has established itself as a fun and challenging event and as one of Coastal Florida’s favorite early season triathlons.
Always held the second weekend of April, our event draws a good mixture of Floridians and triathletes from more northern states anxious to escape the cold and get in a springtime race.
Our event is an enjoyable one for established athletes, but has proven itself as a great test for first time triathletes. We have twice been a “Best First Timer’s Race” national finalist in the Triathlon Business International annual awards.
The event is based adjacent to the Cocoa Beach Country Club and begins with a .25 mile swim in the Banana River. The swim is a beach entry and beach exit and is well supported with more than a dozen certified Open Water lifeguards and volunteers in kayaks and on paddleboards.
The 12.5 mile out and back bike route is completely flat and takes athletes away from the Country Club area and down coastal highway A1A. The bike leg is held on an open road but is well supported by Cocoa Beach Police, the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office and event staff and volunteers.
Nearly half of the run portion of our race is held on the Cocoa Beach Golf Course cart path (course closed to golfers for our event), and the rest in a riverfront neighborhood.
The finish line and transition areas are adjacent to the Country Club and very near the swim entry and exit areas.