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St. Patrick’s Day 2014 at Lago Mar Resort

By: Debbie Banks, Lago Mar Resort and Club Hi! I hope everyone had a great St. Patrick's Day 2014! We sure did here at Lago Mar Resort! Last evening, the festivities began with party favors, including top hats for the guys, crowns for the girls and green leis and beads for everyone. St. Patrick's Day 2014 Menu Chef Phil's St. Patrick's Day dinner was over the top! In addition to the sous vide corned beef with Guinness mustard sauce (served with potatoes, carrots and peas), ...

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Lago Mar Events: Valentine’s Day

By: Debbie Banks, Lago Mar Resort and Club Hi! I am so excited to share with you how amazing last Friday’s Valentine's Party for Kids was at Lago Mar Resort! The room looked festive and beautiful. The invitation had asked everyone to wear red or pink, and most guests did. Of course, Chef Phil's food was over the top! He even prepared heart-shaped pasta, which was a big hit. After dinner the kids made valentine cards for their parents that were really neat and they loved being able ...

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Ghost Light Society 4th Annual Soiree

Hi! Last Saturday I attended a really fun event: the 4th Annual Ghost Light Society Soiree. The sold out event had a Studio 54 theme. The Ghost Light Society is a young professionals group that supports the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. "The Ghost Light Society's mission is to engage and inspire a new generation of patrons to take an active role in supporting, promoting, and celebrating the performing arts." The Broward Center is a large multi-venue theater and entertainment complex located in ...

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Saturday Nite Alive in Fort Lauderdale

Hi! I was driving down Fort Lauderdale Beach Saturday night to meet some friends for dinner when I saw all of the festivities that were part of Saturday Nite Alive, presented by Isle Casino Racing Pompano Park. There were 20 bands, including: Taiko drummers, House of Flying Cards, and the Bahamian Junkanoo Revues. Also, there are 20 different art vendors showing off their work and it looked very interesting! Many of the beach hotels, restaurants, and bars participated by offering ...