May 2015
Movie in the Park

Big Hero 6 at the Sports Complex

Join us for a movie in the park on Friday, May 8th at the Sports Complex. Activities such as face painting, bounce houses, music, games and food from onsite food trucks start at 7:00 pm and the movie begins at 8:15 pm. Bring your lawn chair and be ready for a great time!

Mother's Day Brunch

Invite mom to the Tamarac Community Center on Saturday, May 9th from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm and enjoy a morning filled with games, dancing, arts & crafts, and a light brunch! Get your tickets by May 6th at the Community Center or Tamarac Park - $5 per person.


Memorial Day Ceremony

Join us at Veterans' Memorial Park on Monday, May 25th at 10:30 am in remembering our Veterans as the City pays tribute to those who gave their lives to protect our freedom. The City of Tamarac Veterans Affairs Committee along with our Mayor and City Commission, invite you to join them on this special holiday. Winners of the “What Memorial Day Means to Me” essay contest will be recognized.

Veterans' Park


Registration begins May 4th for the following leagues

  • Youth Basketball - Practices begin May 14th. $85/residents, $95/non-residents. A copy of each child's birth certificate is required at registration. Divisions: Freshman (ages 6-8), Sophomore (ages 9-10), Junior (ages 11-13) and Senior (ages 14-17). Ages as of 5/4/15.
  • Men's Basketball - Season begins June 11th. $70/resident, $80/non-resident. Cost includes new reversible game jersey.
  • Youth Baseball - Season begins September 8th. T-Ball (ages 4-6) & Coach Pitch (ages 7-8). A copy of each child's birth certificate is required at registration. Cost $80/resident, $90/non-resident.



Thursday, May 14th. $1 per person round trip. Make payment at the Community Center front desk prior to departure. Connects with the Red and Red Extension bus at the Community Center. Click HERE for schedule.

This program allows emergency workers to plan a better response during a post hurricane recovery effort for people who would be at risk. You should register if you elect to stay at home during a hurricane and have a disability, frailty or health issue that would make you vulnerable. Registration does not guarantee that you will be provided services or placed on a priority list, however it will help the community be better prepared to respond. Call 954-831-4000 to register.
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