Though it may look intimidating with its red skin and light green scales, Dragon Fruit is easy to enjoy.
Key improvements at D.C. Alexander Park include a signature playground installation, elevated viewing platform overlooking the ocean, elevated ramp/walkway with play elements incorporated into the grade changes, terraced walls with landscape beautification, decorative metal canopy/trellis, and public restrooms.
Our four-legged friends can’t speak, but if they could, they might bark orders to attend the Fur the Love Pet Fest on Sunday, Feb. 20. The second annual event, taking place at Las Olas Oceanside Park celebrates the community’s love of pups with an entire fun-filled day dedicated to dogs.
As if Fort Lauderdale’s spirited renewal projects couldn’t get any better, the city recently debuted The LOOP ( Las Olas Oceanside Parks ), a $65 million parks project that will benefit locals and visitors alike with “infinite experiences for everyone under the sun.” – Fort Lauderdale Illustrated
The LOOP (Las Olas Oceanside Park) Fort Lauderdale Beach will kick off the second half of its Friday Night Sound Waves season, featuring free weekly concerts presented by the City of Fort Lauderdale’s BID, on Fri, October 8, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
On Saturday, April 3 the business on Fort Lauderdale Beach treated the young and young at heart to a variety of inclusive, and engaging activities and a little fun in the sun, at the inaugural Spring Fling EGG-stravaganza on the Main Lawn at Las Olas Oceanside Park.