Community, music and arts events of relevance to the Space Coast

Set for March 7-10, 2019, this exciting event will include a wide selection of fantastic seafood, top flight entertainment, premier arts & crafts show a Kids' activities zone – and numerous other special events.

Featuring fresh mouth-watering seafood provided by vendors both local and from all over the United States, don’t miss this signature event that will attract tens of thousands of attendees from all over Florida.

Space Coast Birding & Wildlife Festival

The festival is a premier event that offers opportunities for participants to explore world-renowned natural areas of Florida’s Space Coast, home of the largest collection of endangered wildlife and plants in the continental United States. Field trips and outdoor workshops; offshore birding boat trip; nature-based exhibits; art show and competition; classroom presentations; and informal opportunities to meet national authorities on birds, plants, photography, optics, and technology. The festival has been named for many years as a “Top 20 Event” by the Southeastern Tourism Society.

King Center for the Performing Arts

Melbourne City Ballet Theatre and National Ballet Theatre of Odessa present America’s favorite fairytale, The Sleeping Beauty, with a live symphonic orchestra accompaniment by Satellite Instrumental Music, at the King Center for the Performing Arts for two performances this December! This is the first time the legendary National Ballet Theatre of Odessa has visited the United States, with 55 of the most talented and the brightest ballet stars to share the stage with Melbourne City Ballet Theatre dancers of all ages!

Brevard Zoo Winter Camps

Dec 11, 2018

The Brevard Zoo is offering two different zoo camps over winter break for kids in kindergarten through 4th grade. The camps will explore animal adaptations and Florida wildlife in a fun and creative way. These exciting camps offer one-of-a kind experiences to satisfy your child’s interest in science, conservation and nature.

Wild Florida is the first camp from January 2-4 and includes the following:

- Sluice and Fossil Tents: You get to dig up your own fossils and learn all about them.

- Make Your Own Fossils: Campers use a mold to make fossils to take home.