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City Council & Public Meetings

  1. Downtown Boca Raton Advisory Committee*

    July 3, 2019, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ City Hall - 1st Floor Conference Room

    *Meeting location change. The Downtown Boca Raton Advisory Committee provides input and recommendations to the City Council and the Community Redevelopment Agency regarding the present and future redevelopment of downtown Boca Raton.

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  2. CANCELED Marine Advisory Board

    July 3, 2019, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Boca Raton Community Center Annex

    The Marine Advisory Board was established February 27, 2001 to advise the City Manager on issues relating to the City’s Waterways and marine issues including but not limited to speed zones, environmental issues, recreational facilities, dredging, etc.

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Libraries

  1. Summer Reading Enrollment

    June 3, 2019 - August 2, 2019

    Sign up for the library's free Summer Reading program for kids, ’tweens, teens, and adults! Children (ages 9 and under) receive a free reading log, bag and bookmark when they enroll and can collect a new prize each week for reading. ’Tweens (ages 10–12) and teens (ages 13–17) receive a prize upon enrollment and are placed into drawings for gift cards at the end of the summer when they log their reading time online. Adults get a free book bag when they enroll and are eligible for an end-of-summer drawing for local attraction tickets when they log the books they read online. Enroll online or stop in at the Downtown or Spanish River Library.

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  2. Art Exhibit: "Relationships in Nature" by Kim Heise

    July 1, 2019 - August 23, 2019 @ Downtown Library

    Kim Heise's beautiful watercolors contribute to the representation of native Florida species and their relationships to other plants and animals in the hope that they might be better protected. Heise notes, "Knowing the names, habits and relationships between the plants and animals around us is a type of literacy that roots us to the places we live."

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