Many events were scheduled for this weekend but patrons are advised to check with event organizers before they go as the coronavirus situation is causing cancellations.
The Flagler Beach Commission considers tattoo parlor zoning regulations, Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr., original stars and lead singers of the The 5th Dimension, at the Auditorium.
Accused murderer Dorothy Singer, who won her conviction’s reversal on appeal, at least for a new trial, is back in court for a pre-trial, Melanie Saltzman, reporter and producer for PBS NewsHour Weekend, presents “The Future of Food” at a Flagler College lecture.
The Flagler school board picks a new superintendent, there may be some live bombing in the Ocala forest, the Palm Coast council again takes up Florida Park Drive and discusses the latest survey of residents.
Mad Dogs Palm Coast flag football ends its winter season and opens its spring registration, Flagler County Administrator Jerry Cameron provides an update on the Sheriff’s Operations Center.
The school board interviews the four superintendent candidates, then the candidates meet the public in a meet-and-greet, a Flagler PAL open house, “The Women.”
Clare Boothe Luce’s “The Women” is presented by the Flagler College Department of Visual and Performing Arts, a hole in Mars, and are presidents getting older?
Former County Commission candidate Thomas LeGault’s debt to WNZF in a small claims case on the court docket, Mayor Milissa Holland and others may address the city’s arrangement with Coastal Cloud that gave rise to Palm Coast Connect, Chess on the Porch at the Humidor.
A Senate panel takes up vacation rentals as opponents demonstrate against the bill, County Attorney Al Hadeed presents a response to Dennis McDonald allegations on the former Sheriff’s Operations Center, French comic Blanche Gardin.
A Bee Gees tribute at the Flagler Auditorium, Art in the Garden with the Hammock Community Association, Romeo and Juliet, a 70s dance party at AACS, a wine festival, a safari dinner and a lot more.