While wedding bells were not ringing on St. Armand Circle this Saturday, Feb. 26, there were plenty of future brides in plastic tiaras. The future brides, along with their mothers, friends and future husbands, were on the Circle attending the 1st ever "Weddings in Paradise" event.
Southside Elementary students and their families had the chance to experience all types of science first hand on, Feb. 25 at Southside Elementary's Science Night. There were over 20 exhibitors that provided hands-on activities and demonstrations throughout the evening and approximately 500 people attended.
Despite its name, McNeal Elementary School's Winter Carnival felt more like a spring fling Feb. 26. Guests enjoyed carnival games and treats, a performance by the Lakewood Ranch High School Silver Stars and more.
Dozens of East County anglers cast their lines into Summerfield Lake for the annual Youth Fishing Tournament Feb. 26. The event, organized by the Lakewood Ranch Community Activities Corporation and led by the Anglers Club, gave children ages 5-15 a chance to catch a variety of fish throughout the morning.
Festival goers got to try more than 100 international and domestic beers and 50 chili and chicken wing recipes, plus engage in cornhole, karaoke, a mechanical shark ride and sumo wrestling at Phillippi Estate Park.