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2017 Spring Fling

ANNUAL SPRING FLING IN THE PARK Saturday, April 8,2017 Time: 10 am SHARP! Location: Dottie Mancini Park Ages 2 to 11 can enjoy finding over 3,000+ eggs throughout the park, a huge slide, games, prizes, crafts, entertainment, music, hot dogs, soda! FREE EVENT Don’t forget to bring a basket! Read More »

2016 Annual Winter in the Park

IMPERIAL POINT NEIGHBORHOOD & BROWARD HEALTH IMPERIAL POINT PRESENT Join us for a fun filled evening event, December 9, 2016 – 6:30pm @Dottie Mancini Park Horse Drawn Hayrides – Holiday Music – DJ – Kelly Academy of Irish Dance Santa’s Train for kids – A visit from Santa – Huge Slide – Caricature – Craft Table Dancers Exhibit – Hot Chocolate ... Read More »

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Tarnished by Motorcycles and ATV’s

Ralph Zeltman

By Ralph Zeltman Mayor John P. “Jack” Seiler City of Fort Lauderdale 100 North Andrews Avenue Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301 SUBJECT: Dr. MLK, Jr. Day Tarnished by Motorcycles and ATV’s Dear Honorable Mayor Seiler: There are many Americans who celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day to pay respect to this great American civil rights leader and are looking forward ... Read More »

City of Fort Lauderdale Police Department to hire eight (8) officer positions

Ralph Zeltman

By Ralph Zeltman Today,  I received a response back from my letter sent to the Department of Justice informing of the 2016 COPS Hiring Program (CHP) Grant for $1,000,000 was awarded on October 3, 2016, over a three (3) year period to the City of Fort Lauderdale Police Department to hire eight (8) officer positions. Read More »

2016 Fall Harvest Car Show

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We are doing it again! Thanks to an enthusiastic response from last year’s event. Plan to attend and Bring your Friends & Family! This free event continues to delight car fans of all ages and we are proud to support the non-profit organization Phanton Rescue. Free entrance for all Imperial Point Association 2016 Paid Members & Family.  Admission to the event is free with a paid admission to ... Read More »

2016 Fall Harvest Sponsors

THANK YOU to all 2016 Fall Harvest sponsors! For any event like this, there are many important behind-the-scenes people that make the event possible. Our sponsors are some of those important people. Without their support, funds and products, Fall Harvest wouldn’t happen. Go ahead and click over to their websites. If you’re local, make sure and give them some of ... Read More »

Neighborhood Yard Sale

The 4th Annual Imperial Point Neighborhood Yard Sale will encompass the area bordered by East McNab Road to the North, Federal Highway to the East, 5th Street to the South and Cypress Creek Road to the West. We advertise and put out signs and all you need to do is put out your wares for sale! This is great social event to ... Read More »

2016 Fall Harvest Sponsorship Opportunities

Click here to see event flyer >> Click here to see sponsorship flyer >>       6 ft Table in exhibit area with prime location Your banner displayed in the park $100 Advertising Credit Gold sponsor status in newsletter ads for 1 year  Includes your logo on all promotions 6 ft table in exhibit area Your banner displayed in ... Read More »

2016 Fall Harvest Picnic

16th Annual Fall Harvest Picnic Saturday, October 22, 2016 11:00AM – 3:00PM Location: Dottie Mancini Park Setup Time: Sponsors & Vendors: 10 am Volunteers Registration: 8am Delicious Free Food from Local Restaurants Live Music, Local Vendors, Arts & Crafts Performances from local Dance Academy City of Fort Lauderdale Plant Give-Away Mounted Police & Fire Department Exhibit Volunteers Needed! Community Services Hours Available! Visitors ... Read More »

Frankel Announces Grant to Improve Policing in Fort Lauderdale

Office of Congresswoman Lois Frankel (FL-22)   October 13, 2016 Today, Congresswoman Lois Frankel (FL-22) announced a new $1 million federal grant to the Fort Lauderdale Police Department (FLPD). The grant will allow FLPD to hire an additional eight police officers who will serve in the Community Resource Unit (CRU), which seeks to improve public trust and police response capacity. “Keeping ... Read More »