Monday Nov 20 @ 7:30 AM
Turkey Sandwich Donation
Congregation Kol Tikvah – We are collecting brown bag turkey sandwiches along with a drink, snack & napkin to help feed the homeless in Broward County & the St. Laurance Chapel. Please see flyer for additional donation needs.
    Monday Nov 20 @ 10:00 AM
Explorium Great Escape Day
Boca Raton Sugar Sand Park – The kids are off from school next you have a plan? Let them spend Monday with the Explorium staff for the fun side of science -- experiments, outdoor fun, and something to take home! Remember to pack a lunch. Pre-registration is required. Resident: $25; Non-resident $31.25
    Monday Nov 20 - Dec 18 @ 5:30 PM
Food Trucks at Arts Park in Hollywood, Florida
Miami Food Trucks – Arts Park in Young Circle is about as nice as a park can get……..with the addition of the Miami Food Trucks, it’s near perfect. Food Trucks at Arts Park will be hitting Hollywood every Monday night for dinner. Pets are welcome so don't forget to bring your dogs! You know the routine…Tell your friends, tell your family, bring your chairs, bring your blankets and of course bring your appetite! Hosted by Go to: Monday November 20th Line-Up: ------------------------------------- Coming Soon....
    Monday Nov 20 @ 6:00 PM
Disney's My Son, Pinocchio Jr.
Broward Center for the Performing Arts – Come away to our little village in Italy where dreams really do come true. Adapted from the movie, this re-vamped script boasts hilarious scenes and new music from Stephen Schwartz. This Disney classic comes to life through our talented Youth Fall Musical class. Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Fri, 13 Oct 2017 at 10:00 AM
    Monday Nov 20 @ 6:30 PM
Chinese Lantern Festival Ribbon Cutting Ceremony & VIP Reception
Lauderhill Chamber – Join Visit Lauderhill as we welcome the Chinese Lantern Festival to Central Broward Regional Park and the City of Lauderhill. The Ribbion Cutting Ceremony and VIP Reception will kick off the festival's 8 week run in Broward County. Mingle with community leaders Enjoy a complementary glass of wine and appetizers Learn about the Chinese culture Get a preview of what to expect at the Chinese Lantern Festival ABOUT THE FESTIVAL The Chinese Lantern Festival highlights "THE WILD," with multi-hued, handmade lanterns in the form of animals from around the world, including; Africa, Antarctica, Asia, America and more. Wed - Sun 5:30 PM to 10PM November 21 - January 15 Folk art demonstrations by 5 folk artists from China Live Kung Fu performances by a Chinese crew headed by National Martial Arts Champions from China Free Kung Fu coaching sessions Ride a Dinosaur at Dinosaur Empire-Kids only (fees charged for riding) Festival guest enjoy authentic Chinese entertainment, food, Kung-Fu shows, and more!!
    Monday Nov 20 @ 7:00 PM
Boca Raton Adult Social Group
Center for Autism and Related Disabilities at Florida Atlantic University – Adults with autism spectrum disorder ages 18 and older are welcome. Groups will meet at various community locations to discuss issues, problem solve, and form friendships. Locations will be determined prior to outing date. Any costs associated with participation in the outing are the responsibility of the adult participant, as well as transportation to and from the outing. For info contact: Jacqueline Wood (561) 221-7298 or
    Monday Nov 20 @ 8:00 PM
Chocolate & Beer Pairing with Hoffman's Chocolates
Funky Buddha Brewery – Treat yo' self and head to our Chocolate & Beer Pairing on November 20th at 8 PM. We've partnered with Hoffman's Chocolates to bring you six pairings that will leave you feeling like it's the best day of the year. For $30, you'll get a seat at the table where our experts will lead you through this deliciously good time. The menu is: Milk Chocolate Covered Pretzels with Butta ' Cup Double Brown Ale Pumpkin Truffle with Rum Barrel-Aged Sweet Potato Casserole Hoffman’s World Famous Coconut Cashew Crunch with Last Snow Ultimate Truffle with Bourbon Barrel Aged Uncle Vucub Caramel Apple Pie Truffle with OP Porter Chocolate Covered Oreos with Nib Smuggler
    Monday Nov 20 @ 8:00 PM
Biscuit Jam With Mark Telesca, Richie Schmidt & The Funky Biscuit All Stars Featuring Rachelle Coba at The Funky Biscuit
The Funky Biscuit – Biscuit Jam With Mark Telesca, Richie Schmidt & The Funky Biscuit All Stars Featuring Rachelle Coba at The Funky Biscuit Seating on Monday nights are on a first come, first serve basis. Mark Telesca bio: Mark Telesca is an American Songwriter / Singer / Guitarist and Bassist. He studied music at Florida Atlantic University and currently lives in West Palm Beach, Florida. His “HOOK” oriented songwriting style and storytelling lyrics along with his expressive style of bass playing and powerful lead vocal is capturing the attention of music lovers everywhere. Mark has released his first solo studio CD titled “Heavy Breathing” in January of 2015. His CD spent many months on steady rotation on SIRIUSXM RADIO (Bluesville). The CD is receiving rave reviews and reached the #5 spot on "Blues Power Radio's Top 30" Blues Albums. He has had three singles off the Heavy Breathing CD that has charted on Blues 411 Baker's Dozen of Blues. "If You Got Enough Jack" has reached #5 " Cross the Dog" has reached #2 and "I Don't Need Your Lovin' Anymore" has reached #1 !!! In January 2015, Mark took his band to Memphis, TN to compete in the International Blues Challenge (IBC) and were semi finalists. Mark has also started a career playing solo acoustic guitar focusing on Pre-WWII blues, Americana and his own original music. He has since competed in his local IBC challenge as a solo artist. He has been fortunate enough to win himself another spot in to compete again in Memphis in January 2016 and will be competing again in 2017. Mark is very proud to be endorsed by Delaney Guitars. Delaney Guitars has built the Mark Telesca Bass Model. They are calling the bass the "TRADITION" model based on its traditional looks, feel and sound. It is currently available for purchase Mark is out gigging almost every night promoting his music. In addition to his hectic gigging schedule, he is the host of one of the most popular Pro Blues Jams in the Southeast. The Jam takes place every Monday at the Funky Biscuit in Boca Raton, FL. There are many touring artist who make it a point to spend some extra time in sunny Florida just to attend and hopefully participate in this high quality Jam. As well as being a songwriter, singer, guitarist, and band leader, Mark is a touring bassist supporting many blues / rock artists. He is currently touring with “Blue Mercy” Featuring 2014 Blues Music Award winner and 2015 Blues Music Award Nominee Diunna Greenleaf. Mark was the bassist along with 2010 Blues Music Award Winner and 2015 Grammy Winner Jason Ricci on Harmonica in The Keith Brown Trio. They later recorded Keith’s album “Down the Line” an acoustic album. Influences are: The Delta Blues, Gospel Music and Motown. Bass influences are James Jamerson, Donald Duck Dunn, Oteil Burbridge, Willie Weeks ... Just to name a few. Rachelle Coba bio: Rachelle has consistently brought the house down to cheering audiences around the world by bringing her own high-powered brand of Blues; from soul, to country, to uptown, onto the stage. Rachelle’s take on the blues is unexpectedly honest and mesmerizing. With her debut CD, critically acclaimed solo release now available, she has recently relocated back to South Florida from Wichita, Kansas. Rachelle has a burning new trio and she is playing to steadily growing audiences in the US and abroad. Rachelle Coba was born in Fon du Lac, Wisconsin to an American mother from Kansas and a Cuban father born in Havana. Music was a constant presence in the house, loved and danced to by everyone, everyday. Rachelle carried that love of music into learning violin in school and eventually to studying the guitar. She got her first guitar on her 15th birthday and her mom took her to see Lonnie Mack and Stevie Ray Vaughan that same night. Rachelle went on to college to study violin. It was about this time she met Buddy Guy. They became friends, so Rachelle decided she better learn the blues. While going to blues shows, jamming at Miami’s famous Tobacco Road on Monday nights, and sitting in with numerous blues legends (including Buddy), Rachelle switched instruments from violin to guitar in college and earned a bachelors degree in classical guitar performance from the University of Miami, Florida. With all of these influences, Rachelle developed her own unique finger-style approach to blues rhythm and lead guitar playing. Her style eventually brought her to the attention of many blues artists. She has worked with and toured as a guitarist with artists like Super Chikan, Albert Castiglia, Grady Champion and Ray Drew. In this role, she played countless clubs and festivals, including: Buddy Guy’s Legends, B.B. Kings in NYC, and the Chicago Blues Festival. She was also a part of extended tours with artists Johnny Winter and Coco Montoya. After years of this experience, Rachelle decided to play her own style and front her own band. Since then, she has represented the Wichita and Topeka, Kansas Blues Societies in the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, Tennessee both as a solo act and with a band becoming a semi-finalist in 2013. More recently, she has toured extensively in Queensland Australia, the United States Midwest and the Mississippi Delta and she has been a surprise special guest on the Legendary Rhythm and Blues Cruise. Rachelle has played many festivals including Juke Joint, King Biscuit, Riverwalk, and Chautauqua Hills Blues Festivals. She was a featured performer in the Blessissippi Blues film in Clarksdale, Mississippi. She has opened for and jammed with notable blues artists including: Dr. John, A.C. Reed,The Cate Brothers, Karen Lovely, Candye Kane, Earl and Them, Hadden Sayers, Hamilton Loomis, Maria Muldaur, Marcia Ball, TUF, Bobby Keys, Eddie Turner, Iko-Iko, Joe Pitts, Albert Castiglia and Stacy Mitchheart. Richie Schmidt bio: Richie Schmidt was born and raised in NYC, and was surrounded by musical influences from an early age. Singing in his church's “cherub” choir at age 5, he would follow on to the junior and adult choirs. From grade 2 to 6 he took violin lessons (at public school!). And when the church began to experiment with the new “folk” music style that was becoming popular, he began playing guitar. Some formal lessons followed at the local music store, and the guitar became a constant companion. With his transistor radio (tuned to WABC), he began listening and learning the songs of the time. A friendly competition with his sister Debbie (also a singer/guitarist) provided a “look what I just learned” leap-frog game of sharing songs and styles, accelerating his knowledge of the instrument, as well as his familiarity with the variety of 60s and 70s pop music. Other influences would add some spice to his skills. Under the direction of musicologist Peter Griggs he studied East Indian music and performed as a percussionist with the NYC Gamelan. A high school friend, Christopher Thall, was a prodigious talent who demonstrated learning techniques that opened up many avenues to musical approach and understanding. And Richie's fascination with musical instruments led him to acquire abilities on piano and flute, as well as banjo, mandolin and other stringed instruments. He began performing in rock cover bands in 1976, playing classic rock favorites at parties and high schools and eventually in clubs all around NYC and Long Island. In 1983, he fully dedicated himself to a life of music, leaving his home to join a traveling act. Early in these travels he met keyboardist Tess Smith. The two traveled with the touring band for a number of years, eventually settling in South Florida. In 1990 they were married, and began performing as the duo “Twocan Blue”. In 2002 Richie was invited to fill the guitar role for “The Fabulous Fleetwood's” the longest running “rockin' blues” band in the region. In 2008, he was the musical director for the stage re-creation of the concert movie “The Last Waltz”, and also performed in the role of guitarist Robbie Robertson . Continuing on a busy schedule of performances, he's frequently called on as a solo artist and side man, performing on stages large & small, with local musician friends, as well as many noteworthy artists.
    Monday Nov 20 @ 8:00 PM
Disney's My Son, Pinocchio Jr.
Broward Center for the Performing Arts – Come away to our little village in Italy where dreams really do come true. Adapted from the movie, this re-vamped script boasts hilarious scenes and new music from Stephen Schwartz. This Disney classic comes to life through our talented Youth Fall Musical class. Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Fri, 13 Oct 2017 at 10:00 AM
    Monday Nov 20 - Nov 21 @ 9:00 PM
Dubliner: Karaoke
The Dubliner
    Monday Nov 20 - Nov 21 @ 10:00 PM
DADA: Basement Jams Open Mic
Dada – Basement Jams Open Mic Every Monday Night @ DADA - Come Play Your Songs and Get A Free Drink - Music Starts at 10pm
    Tuesday Nov 21 @ 10:30 AM
Mother Nature & Me: Thanksgiving With The Animals
Friends of Daggerwing Nature Center – @ For ages 2-5 (with guardian) @ Cost: $4 per child @ Reservations required by calling 561-629-8760. Replying to this event post is not a reservation. Thank you! Get ready to jump and shout with Mother Nature through stories, live animals, activities, and a craft specifically designed for toddlers and preschoolers!
    Tuesday Nov 21 - Nov 22 @ 9:00 PM
DADA: Comedy Open Mic!
Dada – Every Tuesday but the first Tuesday, Come out to DADA in Delray Beach! A historical place where magical things happen. Maybe a unicorn will show up? Maybe a funny poem about a unicorn will be said? Maybe a joke about a unicorn telling a funny poem will be expressed. Because this Tuesday is about the art of Comedy! Hosted by: Michael Cintron This is a COMEDY only open mic. You can still sing a funny song, or tell a funny poem, and of course that classic stand up style. Come one, come all! Dada also has a classy menu with fondue and fancy chicken. I also love the burgers! Comedy and food, hence why I'm excited! If you haven't been to this room, come out this Tuesday! **SHOW INFO** Sign up starts at 9:00pm. Show starts at 10pm. If you have any questions feel free to contact me at 561-809-8904 or send me a message on facebook. Tell your friends who are looking to get some stage time
    Wednesday Nov 22 - Nov 27 @ 8:00 AM
Zumba Wear Presents Black Friday Week
Zumba Fitness – Be the first to know about all of our special Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals when you join! BLACK FRIDAY WEEK STARTS WED., NOV. 22. Find deals here:
    Wednesday Nov 22 @ 9:00 AM
Color Chemistry One Day Camp
Museum of Discovery and Science – Color Chemistry One Day Camp Wednesday, November 22, 2017 Campers will be creating colors using chemicals and discover the science behind colors! Learn about chromatography and create color-changing slime. Camp Discovery is designed to give children ages 6-12 entire days filled with exploration and hands-on learning. One-day and five-day camps are offered. Camp runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (before and after care is available). Camp fee includes all workshop materials and chaperoned exhibit exploration. Children should bring two snacks, lunch and a drink. The Subway Café is available as a lunch option. Call 954.713.0930 to register. One-day camps are $50 for museum members and $55 for non-members.
    Wednesday Nov 22 @ 10:00 AM
Fishing Fun
Friends of Daggerwing Nature Center – @ Ages 8 & above @ Cost: $10 per participant @ Reservations required by calling 561-629-8760. Responding to this event post is not a reservation. Thank you. Learn the basics of freshwater fishing and practice learned skills. Class includes fishing pole basics, casting tips, and freshwater fish identification. All fishing supplies are provided. Please bring a water bottle, sun protection, and closed-toed shoes that can get wet/muddy.?
    Wednesday Nov 22 @ 10:30 AM
Giving Thanks with PJ Library
PJ Library South Palm Beach County – Come and join us as we learn about Giving Thanks just before Thanksgiving! We will have a story, craft, snack and more! Space is limited so please register early.
    Wednesday Nov 22 @ 5:00 PM
Thankswigging: Holiday Specials
Funky Buddha Brewery – Before the feast, drink with your friends. Funky Buddha Brewery has you covered for all of your Friendsgiving needs and then some, offering our awesome happy hour as usual plus a crowler special only on November 22nd. We're going to have some dope brews on draft that you'll be able to take home (as supplies last). Can't get enough crowlers for the road? We're going to have a "Buy 3 Crowlers, Get 1 Year-round Crowler Free" special going on all day. Official tap list will be released shortly. Cheers!
    Wednesday Nov 22 - Nov 23 @ 5:00 PM
Home for the Holidays: Thanksgiving Eve Party
Tarpon Bend | Fort Lauderdale – Our Annual Home for the Holidays Thanksgiving Eve Party! Happy Hour 2 for 1s, 4pm-7pm.
    Wednesday Nov 22 @ 5:30 PM
Boca Raton Holiday Tree Lighting
Downtown Boca – Come kick-off the Holiday season with the City of Boca Raton's Annual Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony! There will be the traditional holiday tree lighting, a winter stage show, rides, games, snow, and pictures with Santa (for a fee). Admission is FREE.