The annual Flagler Home and Lifestyle Show Saturday and Sunday at FPC, the Carpenters Remembered at the Flagler Auditorium, the Chamber Players of Palm Coast perform at First United Methodist in Palm Coast, and more.
The Flagler Beach City Commission discusses possible changes to its animal ordinance and dog-tethering, a Palm Coast city committee discusses pollution in city canals, a 12-year-old student’s advice to the school board.
A 5 p.m. town hall at Plantation Bay to inform the subdivision’s troubled utility’s future, under new management, Paws to Read at the library, the Legislature takes up regulation of certain cosmetics.
The Bronx Wanderers are at the Flagler Auditorium, the school board discusses heatstrokes and sexual harassment policies, spelling bee champs, the Muslim ban’s effects, another vacation rentals hearing at the Legislature.
Palm Coast’s Tech Beach Hackathon Friday, , Flagler’s version of the Women Rising March sets off from Wadsworth park Saturday at 11, Neil Simon’s “They’re Playing Our Song” at City Rep for a final weekend, MLK and ecumenical ceremonies.
The school district’s annual celebration of its top teacher and service employee is at the Flagler Auditorium, the Inspired Mic at Hidden Treasures, Sheriff Rick Staly is named vice president of the Florida Deputy Sheriff’s Association.
Convicted murderer Cornelius Ryan is in a pre-trial ahead of his re-sentencing trial in February, Paws to Read at the county library, the tourism board and the planning board meet.
The Palm Coast council discusses financing its next sewer-plant expansion, Rita Rudner brings her comedy act to the Flagler Auditorium, Gov. Ron DeSantis delivers the State of the State address.
The county commission considers broadening eligibility for tourism capital grants, David Snelgrove’s death-penalty phase trial enters its sixth day with more defense witnesses, the BUnnell commission discusses a dog abuse case’s costs.
City Rep’s “They’re Playing Our Song” all weekend, effects of poverty on Florida women, a talk at AAUW, sign-ups for spring term at DSC, David Snelgrove trial day 5.