The Flagler County Commission reorganizes and decides what to do with its plagued and unwanted Sears building, the Flagler Youth Orchestra holds its first major concert of the season at the Flagler Auditorium.
The 2019 Freedom Fest at the Flagler Airport, American Association of University Women (AAUW) Flagler raises money with “Subs & Songs for Scholarships,” The Rotary Club of Flagler Beach hosts a Helicopter Golf Ball Drop, and many concerts.
Damaris Ferreiro, Daniel Shevchenko and Chalyn Parks are October’s Great Kids Award recipients, it’s World Diabetes Day, a House subcommittee debates repeal of the state Constitution Revision Commission.
Comedian Kevin James is at the Peabody, accused murderer Joseph Colon is scehduled for a pre-trial, the Public Safety Coordinating Council talks human trafficking, the Flagler County Chamber of Commerce hosts a Women in Leadership luncheon.
Newly appointed County Judge Andrea Totten is seated, the Flagler Humane Society hosts a “Town Howl” on dog chaining, The Bunnell commission considers rezoning for apartments, Flagler’s Community Traffic Safety Team meets.
Last weekend for “Spring Awakening” at Palm Coast’s City Rep Theatre, Kaiti Lenhart is the featured speaker at AAUW, Artist Choice and Young Emerging Artist Exhibit at the Art League, the NAACP hosts its annual awards banquet.
The Chamber of Commerce hosts its Veterans breakfast, Sen. Marco Rubuio’s staff holds office hours at Flagler Beach’s Wickline Center, a group opposing The Gardens development holds a community meeting.
Flagler Beach holds the second citizen’s input session focusing on the city’s Land Development Regulations, the Rotary Club of Palm Coast hosts Pilsners for Polio and Karaoke for a Cause, the Stetson University Guitar Ensemble presents a program of various combinations of guitars.
Superintendent Jim Tager delivers the State of Education address, the Hammock Community Association hosts a forum for county commission election candidates, Chess on the Porch at the Humidor.
The Bunnell City Commission holds a special meeting to comply with a Justice Department request, Amy Lukasik is named Flagler’s permanent tourism director, Maria Howell is back in court.