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Boy Scout Fundraiser

10Annual Boy Scout Italian Dinner Fundraiser

Celebration Boy Scout Troop 125 is very proud to host its 11th Annual Italian Dinner.  Make plans to join them and support the youth of our community by attending this year’s fundraising event.

Please prepare to join us and support the youth of our community by attending this year’s fundraising event.  Fun, food, festivities and fellowship begin promptly at 6 p.m. on Saturday, February 6 in the K-8 school cafeteria.

There will be much more than delicious food for the evening. Enjoy live music, silent auctions and live auctions to highlight this special evening.

Keep an eye out of our Boy Scouts as they will be selling tickets throughout Celebration every Sunday, or until we sell out – so don’t delay!

Tickets are $15 each and children under 3 years old are free.

Date :

Saturday, February 6; 6 p.m

Location event :

Celebration K-8 school cafeteria

Contact information :

To purchase tickets, make a donation, or obtain more information, please contact Troop Committee Chair Mike Band at troopchair_michael@aol.com

Cel phone : 407-414-3388

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Garden Club Fashion Show

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The Garden Club of Celebration proudly present the second annual Fashion Show, Fashions in Bloom, will be held on Tuesday, February 2 from 4:307:30 p.m.

 

  • Boutique Shopping from 4 :30 pm
  • Runaway Show at 5 :30 pm

 

All fashions are available for purchase

Complimentary Wine and Cheese

 

Tickets are $15, which includes complimentary wine and cheese. Come along and watch the fashion show, buy the clothes and accessories and tour the vendors at the Show. Fashions from Janet Carr of Accessories and More, Sarasota.  An opportunity to browse  and buy from a wide selection of fashions and accessories for all ages and styles It will be a fun evening!

Location event :

Town Hall – 851 Building, Celebration Avenue

Proceeds from the event go to fund high school scholarships and the Weikiva Youth Camp, click HERE to view the event flyer.

Tickets can be purchased on the Garden Club website – www.celebrationgardenclub.org or from a Garden Club member.

Fundraiser for community education and enrichment

Lunch & Learn featuring Monarcha Marcet

Lunch & Learn is 11101389_994488200591931_3593644605520561433_o June 10th, then we will be taking a break until September, join us!

The next Thriving in Place Lunch & Learn on June 10th will feature Monarcha Marcet from Adventure in Building, Inc. Monarcha will discuss “Ease of Use” in residential planning and renovation.

Also at June’s meeting, Lowe’s Home Improvement of Clermont will have a display table of easy home renovation items.

Join us at Town Hall 851 Celebration Avenue from 11:30am-1:00pm for lunch (cost is $5 per person at the door).

Please RSVP by calling the Celebration Foundation office at 407-566-1234.

Summer Breakout Begins

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Our annual Celebration summer camp will begin Monday, June 8, providing daily care for children ages 6-12, with exciting and interactive activities for all.

Parents/ guardians may sign-up their children for a variety of weeks, paying for one at a time or all up front.

More information on this summer’s scheduled field trips and information will be coming shortly!

Food Truck Friday

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When: on the second Friday of each month from 5- 9 p.m.

Where: at Celebration Town Hall parking lot, 851 Celebration Ave

During the free event, residents and guests can enjoy more than a dozen of the best food trucks in Central Florida who will come together and provide delicious eats! Enjoy great music, children-friendly activities, and family fun!

If your family has a hard time deciding on what to eat because everyone wants something different, this is the perfect choice for dinner! Everyone gets to choose what type of food they want… and it is a tough decision! Stop by on the second Friday of each month from 5- 9 p.m. at Celebration Town Hall parking lot, 851 Celebration Ave.

**Although tables and chairs are provided, it is recommended that you bring a lawn chair or a blanket to sit on, since this is a popular event and seating is limited.

May’s list of gourmet food trucks (schedule may change without warning): Kona Dog, Bellyfull Food Truck, Chillin N Grillin, Curbside Chef, Dixieland Diner, It’s All Greek to Me, Kelly’s Homemade Ice Cream, Ole Aioli, Tastebuds, Tallulah’s by the Sea, The Pastami Project and CupKay’s Cakery. See you there!!

Art & Wine Stroll May 2015

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When: Saturday, May 2,  5 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Where: Market Street

Free event to all. 50 artists, live music, and wine! Come on down and check out the wide array of jewelry, paintings, drawings, crafts and more while sipping on some nice wine and moving to the grooves of the Grimes Alley.

Enjoy walking the brick-lined streets of Celebration Town Center and spend time with family and friends.

Celebration’s downtown is a traditional retail and business district modeled after those found in small American towns. Retail shops, restaurants, a town hall, a post office, and offices  are among the downtown businesses. Many of these buildings are situated along a wide promenade circling a lake.

Celebration Half Marathon

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  • Race day begins at 7am on Sunday, January 25, 2015
  • Packet pick-up will be available Friday evening (5-8pm), Saturday (10am-6pm), and race morning (5:30-6:30am)
  • Expo will be held Friday 5pm-8pm and Saturday (10am-6pm)

Visit http://www.CelebrationMarathon.com  to register

The Top Ten Reasons to Run the Town of Celebration Marathon & Half Marathon:

  • The Course – Run through one of America’s prettiest neighborhoods (as selected by Forbes Magazine) on what may be the flattest course you will ever run!  The course is now certified with USATF, so it is a Boston qualifier.
  • The Shirts & Medals – New for 2015!  Tech shirts by Raw Threads featuring innovative bamboo technology and really cool medals for all finishers.
  • Post Race – We know any great race is enhanced when the post race goes beyond “here’s your bagel and banana”.  Our post race will feature food and beverages from area restaurants.  And not just for the early finishers, but for all participants.
  • The Cause – Our goal is to raise a minimum of $32,000 in order to fund scholarships for high school seniors across Osceola County.  An all volunteer organization gives us a great chance at meeting this goal… and your participation will make it happen!
  • Low Entry Fee – Race fees can be pretty outrageous.  You’ll find our race fees to be among the lowest around (but the race quality will still be excellent).
  • Smaller is Better – We’ve run the big races, and they are an experience, but we love the smaller races.  Logistics are easier for participants and you will find race organizers are able to give more personal attention  to the racers.
  • Location – The Town of Celebration is located five minutes from Disney World and twenty minutes from the Orlando International Airport with easy highway access.
  • Florida in January – With an average high temperature for the date of 71 degrees and an average low of 48 degrees we have an excellent chance for great running weather.  And for our northern friends, those temps probably look pretty good!
  • Pace Teams – Meeting your race time goal can be a challenge, so we will haveMarathon Pacing there to help make it happen.
  • All the Other Kids Are Doing It – Admit it, you used that excuse a time or two while growing up.  Let’s use it again.  Invite your friends to come along and experience what a great small race is all about.  And don’t forget to like us on Facebook for a chance at a free entry.

Pie Penny Wars

Enjoy some fresh baked pie with your friends and family. Better yet, why not pie-in-the-face someone you know? This year, we are adding a new “slice” to celebrating the heavenly dessert. Who doesn’t love a pie eating contest, “name that pie” blind taste testing contest, pie exchange (applications available at Town Hall), kids activities, and more!

‘Pie in the Face-Penny Wars’ will begin on January 3, 2015, and end on January 23. Jars will be placed in Town Hall with the name and picture of Celebration community leaders (see below). This is your opportunity to see your local police, deputy, school principal, high school coach, executive director and others get a pie in the face. Each person will designate a charity or organization that their “war pennies” will go toward.

Bring your pennies (nickels, dimes, and quarters, too) to Town Hall and place them in the jar of the person you want to see get pied. We will weigh all the jars at our Pie Day event at Lakeside Park.

Pie-me-in-the-Face Participants:

Andy Lang_Small Captain Andy Lang, Osceola County Sheriff’s Department

Charity: Relay For Life

Gloria Niec_Small Gloria Niec, Executive Director, The Celebration Foundation

Charity: The Celebration Foundation

Steve Waring_Small Steve Waring, Executive Director, Celebration Town Hall

Charity: Multiple Sclerosis of Central Florida

Mytron Lisby_Small Mytron Lisby, Celebration K-8 Principal

Charity: Best Buddies (program for ESE students)

Martin Brown_Small Martin Brown, Aquatics Manager, Celebration Town Hall

Charity: SPCA

Chris Lavoie_Small Chris Lavoie, Celebration High School Athletic Director

Charity: Celebration High School Athletics Department Programs

Jerry Weiland_Small Jerry Weiland, Osceola County Sheriff Office

Charity: Special Olympics of Osceola County

Winter Sidewalk Sale

Celebration FL Winter Sidewalk SaleJoin us Friday, January 16 through Sunday, January 18 for the best deals in Town Center at the Annual Winter Sidewalk Sale! Enjoy discounts on winter merchandise. Great deals from your local merchants. Discounts vary from store to store.

Don’t miss out, come out and take advantage of discounts and deals you wont find anywhere else.

Food Truck Friday

ID-100125961January’s Food Truck Friday will be a special night for all who attend! During the free event, residents and guests can enjoy more than a dozen of the best food trucks in Central Florida who will come together and provide delicious eats! Enjoy great music, children-friendly activities, and family fun!
If your family has a hard time deciding on what to eat because everyone wants something different, this is the perfect choice for dinner! Everyone gets to choose what type of food they want… and it is a tough decision! Stop by on the second Friday of each month from 5- 9 p.m. at Celebration Town Hall parking lot, 851 Celebration Ave.
**Although tables and chairs are provided, it is recommended that you bring a lawn chair or a blanket to sit on, since this is a popular event and seating is limited.
January’s list of gourmet food trucks (schedule may change without warning): Kona Dog, Chillin N Grillin, The Yum Yum Cupcake Truck, Kona Ice, Barnwood BBQ, The London Fish and Chippy, Over the Top Pita, The Crepe Company, In Yer Belly, Treehouse Truck, Magic 4 Ur Palate, and El Cactus Azul.. See you there!!