There is an event for everyone in October from carnivals to car festivals and fundraisers for a wonderful cause. So if you are a fan of the Subaru, want to support Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library of Volusia, or love attending carnivals with your family, keep reading for all the details.
Volusia Halloween Fest, Sun, Oct 23, 12 – 6 PM, Volusia Mall 1700 W International Speedway Blvd, Daytona Beach, FL
Dozens of family-friendly local businesses will hand out candy and showcase what they offer. Enjoy free face painting, arts & crafts, a photo booth, a reptile zoo, meet & greets, youth group performances, and more fun! The first 1,500 trick-or-treaters are guaranteed candy! Dress up as a family, and you may win a prize! Read more about this fun event here.
Kid’s Zone at Family Days in Port Orange October 27th – 30th, from 10 am to 5 pm City Center Circle, Port Orange
Family Days is an event that is looked forward to every year. This carnival includes parades, vendors, food trucks, beer, One Daytona Kids Zone, and much more! It’s fun for the entire family and beer for the adults – a win, win all around. Presale ticket sales end October 27 if you want to purchase early and save. Click here for tickets.
Subiefest Saturday, October 22nd, 10 am – 5 pm Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach,
If you love your Subaru, you will love this event. It’s Florida’s largest Subaru enthusiast festival right in our backyard. There will be a car show, autocross, vendors & door prizes. Get your tickets and read more details by clicking this link.
Little Literacy Heroes 3K Fun Run/Walk Saturday, October 22, 10 am start time 355 N Beach St, Daytona Beach
This event is the third annual fundraiser to support access to books for local children and is the perfect opportunity to stay active and engaged while supporting early literacy in Volusia County. Walk or run to support the need for increased early literacy rates and access to books in your community.
Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library of Volusia is a free book-gifting program available to children birth to five years old in Volusia County at no cost to their families. The program mails one high-quality, age-appropriate book to the child each month. Donations from generous community members fully fund it. All proceeds from this event will benefit the more than 3,600 local Volusia County children this program serves. This free book-gifting program currently mails books to the homes of more than 3,800 local children ages birth – 5 years old. Sign up here.
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For many, February is all about the Super Bowl and Valentine’s Day, but for us here at Work Webb, this month is about beer, bacon, and chocolate. Nothing against the big game and celebrating love, but when two events put three of your favorite things together, we get excited. Here are the details of these annual events:
11TH Annual Wine & Chocolate Walk
Saturday, February 12, 2022 – 1pm to 5pm
The Wine & Chocolate Walk is a popular event for locals and visitors alike. Celebrating its 11th anniversary, the Wine & Chocolate Walk has become a yearly tradition. Landing just before Valentine’s Day, there’s just something magical about the combination of wine, chocolate, and February!
4th Annual Beer & Bacon Festival
Saturday, February 26, 1-5 pm
The Riverfront Shops of Daytona merchants will serve up a variety of craft beer tastings. Unique bacon snacks will be sold separately ($3-$5 each) at each stop. Come enjoy craft beer, savory bacon, live music, art, and more while strolling the downtown shops, bars, and restaurants. Another perfect day in Downtown Daytona Beach!! Tickets are limited! Advance tickets are $20/person and will be available online through 11:30 PM Friday, February 25, and $25/person day of the event.
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The month of January is not only a little colder for us Floridians; it is also packed with fun events that include music, chili, and beer. The cold weather usually shows up for just a few days (today being one of them, brrr), so watch the climate if you plan on attending one of the outdoor events we are featuring in this post. Here is what’s happening around Daytona Beach Work Webb this month:
Saturday, January 22nd, 8 pm
Little Feat By Request, The Peabody Auditorium
The Peabody Auditorium is not located near the office, but in Daytona Beach, it has a rich entertainment history and is an excellent venue. They fill their schedule with all types of performances, so please visit their website to learn more. This month, we are featuring a concert in this post – the Little Feat by Request Tour. Little Feat fuses a broad span of styles and genres into something utterly distinctive. A mix of California rock, funk, folk, jazz, country, rockabilly, New Orleans swamp boogie, and more stirred into a rich gumbo that can only be Little Feat. You can purchase tickets here.
Saturday, from 1-5 pm January 29
Chili & Brew, Historic Downtown Daytona Beach
Chili & Brew is a great way to get together with friends and family to enjoy a beautiful Saturday afternoon in historic Downtown Daytona Beach.
During this progressive chili tasting event, attendees that purchase a Chili & Brew passport will visit each participating host site at their leisure and sample each host’s featured chili. Chili & Brew passports will list the participating merchants and names of their featured chili. Craft beer is sold separately.
Stroll through the Downtown Daytona Beach shops and restaurants and enjoy live music, all while sampling tasty chilis. Tickets are limited so purchase them today! Advance tickets are $15/person through 11:30 pm Friday, January 28, 2022. On the day of the event, tickets are $20 until sold out. All attendees must register to receive their spoons and passports. Visit this site to purchase tickets and read the COVID protocols.
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As you gather with friends and family for the holidays, you may want to get out to explore. There is always something happening in Daytona Beach, and this is one of the many reasons we love where we live and work. So if you are hosting this year or traveling to this area, here are two family-friendly events you might want to put on your calendar.
Magic of Lights
Daytona International Speedway
runs to January 1st, Sunday – Saturday 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Magic of Lights is a dazzling, drive-through holiday lights experience featuring favorite holiday scenes and characters of the season using the latest LED technology and digital animations. Experience Magic of Lights from the comfort and safety of your car as you wind through the sparkling path of Daytona’s favorite holiday tradition. One carload, one price. Magic of Lights is a great family entertainment value, and every ticket to Magic of Lights benefits AdventHealth facilities through Volusia and Flagler counties. Purchase tickets here.
What’s happening in November around Daytona Beach Work Webb are some great outdoor events if you enjoy this cooler weather and are looking for outdoor activities.
November 19th 5 to 9 – Food Truck Rally
The November 19th Food Truck Rally will have live music, plenty of free parking behind the Riverfront Shops and downtown restaurants will be open. Food Truck Rallies are family-friendly events and open to the public.
November 20th 1 to 5 pm – November Wine Walk Downtown Daytona Beach
Enjoy a fun-filled afternoon in beautiful downtown Daytona. Sip, sample, and stroll along Riverfront Park on Beach Street visiting participating merchants and tasting fine wines.
Attendees will spend the afternoon strolling through unique Downtown Daytona Beach shops visiting different merchants and enjoying live music all while sampling fine red and white wines served by participating merchants. Advance tickets are $25/person and can be purchased online at Nov-Wine-Walk.Eventbrite.com through 11:30 PM on Friday, November 19th. Tickets will also be available the day of the event at registration points for $30/person until sell out.
November 27th – Halifax Historical Museum Rod Show 3 – 11 pm
If you enjoy classic cars, then you do not want to miss the Halifax Historical Museum Rod Show. Car owners, bring your classic, pre-war, custom, pro street, muscle car, vintage auto, and antique motorcycles to this awesome event! Located on Beach Street from Orange Ave North to International Speedway Blvd.
Ah, the glory of Fall. A slight (very slight as we are in Florida) change of temperature, pumpkins, PSLs and Fall Festivals, Halloween Hayrides and…oh, wait…it is 2020. It is such a shame too because Halloween of 2020 presented the most perfect of circumstances: it is a Saturday, it is a full moon (even better, a “blue moon,” an event that occurs only once every couple of years). But, yet, here we are trying to find a way to have a safe Halloween.
While Halloween might look different this year, that doesn’t mean it should be boring.
Who would have thought a virus in February would still be giving us such heartache in tradition during a time of year most of us look so forward to. While the coronavirus pandemic has interrupted many of our annual traditions, it seems many families are dead set on celebrating Halloween during quarantine. A recent Harris Poll survey suggests that more than 70% of millennial moms are planning to make “the most” of Halloween with their families, with 80% of all surveyed said that heading out to trick-or-treat is at the top of their list of things to do on Halloween.
Here are some low-risk activities to celebrate a safe Halloween, according to the CDC website.
Carving or decorating pumpkins with members of your household and displaying them
Carving or decorating pumpkins outside, at a safe distance, with neighbors or friends
Decorating your house, apartment, or living space
Doing a Halloween scavenger hunt where children are given lists of Halloween-themed things to look for while they walk outdoors from house to house, admiring Halloween decorations at a distance
Having a virtual Halloween costume contest
Having a Halloween movie night with people you live with
Having a scavenger hunt-style trick-or-treat search with your household members in or around your home rather than going house to house
However, you plan to celebrate Halloween, stay safe and have a great time.
This weekend is race weekend here in Daytona Beach with the Rolex 24. There is no event like the Rolex 24 At DAYTONA, which delivers an all-star driving lineup consisting of IMSA regulars plus drivers from other racing disciplines such as NASCAR, IndyCar and Formula 1. You’re in for a race that you will never forget! You have 24 hours to experience the Rolex 24. Get ready to make memories with friends and family that will last a lifetime. Get your tickets here.
For non-race fans, there is a Farmer’s Market this weekend located in historic Downtown Daytona Beach right outside our Work Webb office. You can browse the Farmer’s Market and find all sorts of amazing things.
Located just across the river from the shops, restaurants, attractions and services along scenic Beach Street, the popular Farmers’ Market is open this Saturday from 7:00 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the City Island parking lot next to Jackie Robinson Ballpark. The Farmers’ Market is a “must-see” if you love fresh and organic fruits and vegetables, baked goods, seafood and local food.
So bundle up and enjoy the cooler weather while it lasts!
As you prepare for your Thanksgiving festivities, some significant events are going on this month in Daytona Beach that you might want to put on your calendar. Here is What’s Happening around Work Webb for the Daytona Beach Location.
Saturday, November 23 – 1 PM to 5 PM — Another Distinctively Downtown Daytona Experience!
Calling all chocolate lovers! This one’s for you!! Brown & Brown Insurance presents – Sweet Saturday Chocolate Walk Saturday
Get your passport at Riverfront Olive Oil & Vinegar Co., 226 S. Beach St. or Tia Cori’s Tacos, 214 N. Beach St., for a chocolate tasting afternoon featuring a wide selection of chocolate delectables from Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory and participating merchants while strolling the Riverfront Shops of Daytona Beach. Participants can register to win a Chocolate Gift Basket, see the art of chocolate making at Angell & Phelps and vote for favorite chocolate served.
November 28 – December 1, 2019 – Forty‑Sixth Daytona Turkey Run
The Turkey Run is the largest combined Collector Car Show, Swap Meet and Car Corral in the USA. Car enthusiasts from across the US and internationally make their way twice a year to racing’s most important location, the Daytona International Speedway. Visit their website here for more information.
Just because school has officially started here in Daytona Beach, does not mean the fun has stopped. Downtown Daytona Beach has several events going on this month that you need to check out. So grab your family or friends and check them out!
The Tortugas games are always a great time for baseball lovers.
The Daytona Tortugas returned home on Monday, August 12, to Jackie Robinson Ballpark for a four-game series. Among the highlights of the set is a Taste of Daytona Night on Monday, a Silver Slugger Night on Tuesday, a Wishful Wednesday and Bark in the Park Night, and another Bud Light Thirsty Thursday.
The series wraps up on August 15 and fans are encouraged to come out and be a part of the biggest party in Central Florida, as draft beers and fountain sodas can be purchased for just $1 all evening long. First pitch for the series’ finale is penciled in for 7:05 p.m.
Tickets are still available and can be purchased by visiting www.daytonatortugas.com, or by calling the Tortugas’ ticket office at 386-257-3172.
Daytona Beach Farmer’s Market
Did you know every Saturday there is a Farmers’ Market Located just across the river from the shops, restaurants, attractions, and services along scenic Beach Street? The popular Farmers’ Market is open every Saturday from 7:00 a.m. until 1 p.m at the City Island parking lot next to Jackie Robinson Ballpark. The Farmers’ Market is a “must-see” if you love fresh and organic fruits and vegetables, baked goods, seafood, and local food.
Visit this link for more information. www.RiverfrontShopsOfDaytonaBeach.com.
Welcome to The Star-Spangled Summer Concert Series brought to you by the Boardwalk Merchants and the Friends of The Bandshell. Enjoy Saturday concerts in the Summer followed by Bud Light, Lights Up Daytona Fireworks Display over the Atlantic Ocean.
Ultimate Def Leppard is part of the Best Of British Show which also features Absolute Queen in the same night. One amazing band performs multiple tributes. Seeing the band is as close as you can get to hear the songs just like the recording live! Five-part vocal harmonies, a British lead singer with the rasp and range of a young Joe Elliott and a powerful rockin band, will have you on your feet!
Hits include Photograph, Pour Some Sugar On Me, Rock Of Ages, Foolin’ and many more.
Saturday, July 27, 2019
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Daytona Cars and Coffee where old meets new muscle. A car show that is fun, for the whole family. Tons of energy, live music, and more.
Looking for a car show that has it all? DCC has it! Old & New muscle, hot rods, imports, supercars, killer jeeps! (Jeep Beach). The event is located at Tanger Outlets, LPGA and I-95.
Saturday, July 27, 2019
Noon to 2 PM
Annual Back to School KidFest and Fashion Show! Kids, come play and model and bring your family and friends. Great vendors, games, giveaways and more. The event is located at Belk, 5519 S. Williamson Blvd., Port Orange, FL) 5519 S. Williamson Blvd., Port Orange, Florida 32128
Save the Date!
The 2019 Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday was passed by the Florida Legislature and signed into law by Governor Ron DeSantis. This sales tax holiday begins Friday, August 2, 2019, and runs through Tuesday, August 6, 2019. More information is here.
It’s May already, and the weather is just gorgeous here in Daytona Beach, Florida. Here are some outdoor events going on this month to put on your calendar.
Fiesta de Mayo, May 4th, 4- 7 pm
Fiesta de Mayo is not right outside our doors, but there are lots to do at this new location. This weekend there is a car show, food specials, and a Margarita Challenge happening at One Daytona. If you have not visited this location, you are in for a surprise. There are lots of new restaurants and shops at this venue located right across from the Speedway. Click this link for more information.
Kaleb Lee Concert May 25, 6-8 pm
Attention Kaleb Lee Fans! He has a show this month in Victory Circle at the One Daytona venue. If you do not know Kaleb, he is a resident of Ormond Beach and was a contestant on The Voice in season 14. He may not have won that contest, but he won the hearts of his loyal fans with his sixth-place finish in the competition. Click here for more information about the concert.
This Saturday and Sunday, don’t miss the 9th Annual Ormond Beach Celtic Festival! Five stages of live music, traditional Celtic food & vendors, Celtic clans, Highland Games, and endless kids activities. Serving up draft Guinness and new this year – MEAD! Don’t miss the sheep herding, Irish dancing, rugby demonstrations, axe throwing and DOG PARADE. Visit the Ormond Mainstreet website at www.ormondbeachcelticfestival.com for schedules and details or call 386-492-29381. $10 Adults / $5 Active Military / Kids are FREE. This is a Pet Friendly / Family Friendly event.
This Saturday, don’t miss a celebration of the insanely fascinating and beautiful Indian River Lagoon! Join for a day of fun, food, and festivities experienced through Art and Marine Discovery at Lagoonacy.
Also featured at the event is a great selection of local vendors, food trucks, beer, and much more.
Admission is $5 – kids 10 and under get in free!!! All proceeds fund MDC’s programs and their mission to protect and restore the Indian River Lagoon 🙂 More info: Lagoonacy.org
Can’t wait for the Easter Bunny? A good recap for family-friendly Easter activities is here.
Here are the events taking please near our Melbourne location:
Kids in The Kitchen-Junior League of South Brevard
Kids in the Kitchen, hosted by the Junior League of South Brevard, is grounded in the belief that children and families empowered with the knowledge of how to feed and exercise their bodies will be less likely to become obese and subsequently suffer the many associated health risks.
This year the Junior League of South Brevard is excited to bring Kids in the Kitchen to the Wickham Park Community Center on Saturday, April 13th from 10 am to 1 pm.
This event is geared towards children aged 4-11 and their families and it completely FREE for all to attend!
This year KITK will feature over 35 interactive tables in an expo-style setting featuring healthy foods and cooking demonstrations, healthy wellness activities, and educational information on health and safety. All of the vendors are local to our Space Coast community and are excited to bring information about health and wellness to the youth and families in Melbourne!
2019 is the 33rd annual running of the Space Coast Classic. The race benefits The Children’s Hunger Project and Quest Elementary. New, fast course for Brevard County’s original 15K road race as it moves to April 14, 2019, in Viera! Choose 9.3 miles or 2 miles of fun racing! More information can be found here!
On April 18, COME JOIN THE SISTERHOOD! Four women at a lingerie sale with nothing in common but a black lace bra AND memory loss, hot flashes, night sweats, not enough sex, too much sex and more! This hilarious musical parody set to classic tunes from the ‘60s, ‘70s, and ‘80s will have you cheering and dancing in the aisles! See what millions of women worldwide have been laughing about for 17 years! It’s the Hilarious Celebration of Women and The Change!
After an exciting ten days of Bike Week 2019, it is time to say goodbye to our biker friends and enjoy our wonderful Volusia County this weekend as a local!
2019 EdgeFest Chili Cook Off
The City of Edgewater invites you to join them in Edgewater on Saturday, March 23 from noon until 4 p.m. at Hawks Park (1108 South Ridgewood Avenue) for our annual EdgeFest Chili Cook Off contest. You can taste all the amateur and professional chili for just $5 and kids under 10 taste for free. It is tasters’ choice so your votes will pick the winners. Proceeds from the EdgeFest Chili Cook Off will go towards the Local School Scholarship Fund which helps Edgewater students make their college dreams come true. They will have music, games and lots of fun so come hungry and ready for a good time! More information is here.
The 30th Annual Spring Daytona Run
The 30th Spring Daytona Turkey Run presented by White Diamond welcomes thousands of beautiful classic and custom cars, a massive swap meet, arts and crafts on Artisan Alley, music, great food and drink, and DOGS! The family event kicks off at 8 a.m. on Friday, March 22nd at the Daytona International Speedway, and runs through Sunday, March 24th. Get all your plans right here!
5th Annual Yoga Flash Mob & Pool Party at Hard Rock Daytona
The 5th Annual Yoga Flash Mob is Saturday, March 30th at 10 am at Hard Rock Hotel Daytona Beach will support of Halifax Humane Society, Inc.! The yoga class will take place on the northeast deck overlooking the Atlantic Ocean! The class will be a beginner’s Vinyasa/Buti Yoga Flow led by Ormond Beach yoga instructor, Lacey Lynch! Great for ANY age or LEVEL! $15 each… Registration begins at 8:30 am – spots will be first come first serve!
Our “What Winter” outlook for this weekend may be sad for some that like the cold weather, but it leaves plenty of things to do in the gorgeous Florida sunny outdoors! We have some suggestions for an indoor activity or two as well! Here are some fun events happening this weekend!
Volusia County News: Summer Lifeguard Tryouts Begin Feb. 23
Are you or your teen interested in a job that involves sun, sand and saving lives? If so, we have the perfect summer job for you! Volusia County’s Beach Safety Division is hiring lifeguards to help keep beachgoers safe this summer. Upcoming tryouts are mandatory for those interested in a position. Tryouts begin this weekend in Ormond Beach and continue throughout the county for the next couple of weeks. More information on qualifications and specific tryout locations can be found here.
Inner Peace: Meditation for Everyone
On February 20th, enjoy a guided breathing meditation to help reduce your daily stress and anxiety and a short teaching on how to use meditation practice to live with more peace, compassion, and wisdom. The session includes two guided meditations, teaching, and discussion. Wednesday, February 20th at 3:30 pm at the Port Orange Family YMCA Healthy Living Center located at 4701 City Center Parkway, Port Orange, FL 32129.
You do not have to be a Y member to attend.
CHALK It UP! Sidewalk Chalk Art Competition
It ’s the 2nd Annual Chalk It Up! Sidewalk Chalk Art Competition to be held February 23, 2019, on Canal Street in New Smyrna Beach in conjunction with the City of New Smyrna’s 57th Annual Art Fiesta. The many Art Fiesta attendees will delight in strolling along Canal Street to view the chalk creations. The chalk artists will begin at the intersection of Canal Street and Sams Avenue in New Smyrna Beach, extending West along Canal Street. Registration for the Chalk It Up! More information is here
It is so exciting that we now have two locations which mean there will be TWO What’s Happening posts! That’s right! 2019 is the year of Work Webb having a new site in Melbourne, Florida. The new location is also located in a historic district which has a great line up of events that we plan on discussing in our blog. Do not miss a single exciting post by signing up to receive posts to your inbox.
It is that time of year again…The 8th Annual Wine & Chocolate Walk.
This event is one of the most favorite and anticipated for Downtown Daytona Beach.
When: Saturday, February 9, 2019
Where: Gorgeous downtown Daytona Beach near the Riverwalk.
Who can resist looking at unique handcrafted art on display while strolling Historic Beach Street with your favorite sweetheart or friends while sampling wonderful wine and tasty chocolate! Go here to purchase tickets. This event sells out fast so buy them today.
Beer & Bacon – who does not love these two things? Save the date for this event in Downtown Daytona Beach and follow our blog for more information when it is released.
Have you had a chance to check out One DAYTONA yet? The shops and the restaurants (as well as Cobb Theaters) are exciting for tourists and locals alike. If you have not had the privilege, join the Early Learning Coalition of Flagler and Volusia on September 15th at One DAYTONA as they unveil their Learning Mobile and have a Family Fun Day! From 10a-noon, it’s a day of Family Fun and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Art) with a free book and animal backpacks (while supplies last)! There will be a DJ, a face painter, a balloon artist, splash pad, STEAM activities and more! This is a free event and fun for the whole Family!
For more Information, call the Early Learning Coalition of Flagler and Volusia at 386-323-2400
Free Concert at the Daytona Beach Bandshell Concert Series
The 2018 Bandshell Summer Concert Series is wonderful! Enjoying the sights and sounds of summer at this historic coquina amphitheater is so easy – park in the Ocean Center garage, take the crosswalk to Ocean Walk Shoppes and the Daytona Beach Bandshell in Oceanfront Park, rent a VIP chair for only $10, purchase a drink and enjoy the free show.
This free seasonal concert series has only a couple of dates before the season end. This week enjoy U2 & INXS Tribute: “Vertigo and Original Sin”
beginning at 7:00 p.m. Don’t forget to catch a free Daytona Beach fireworks show at 9:45 p.m. More information is here.
Something to look forward to next week:
One Night. One Mission. One DAYTONA Tasting Event Hosted by VCAN2020
On Thursday, September 20th enjoy samples of fine eats and drinks from all of the ONE DAYTONA restaurants with fellow business community members. Your participation will help VCAN2020 raise funds and awareness to toward our mission of eliminating childhood hunger and homelessness in our county by 2020!
VCAN2020 is an initiative of Food Brings Hope with a mission to eradicate hunger and homelessness among young people in Volusia County by 2020. We invite you to help us achieve our goal by attending a tasting event co-sponsored by the Volusia Young Professionals Group and ONE DAYTONA.
One Night. One Mission. One Daytona, a benefit for VCAN2020, will be held September 20th from 6:00-8: 00 PM at the Victory Circle at ONE DAYTONA. Buy your tickets here.
There’s a lot to do in the Daytona Beach area on a regular basis Whether it’s merely a day at the beach or an action attraction, the destination offers value after value. Here is a list of FREE things to do around our offices.
Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory Tour
154 South Beach St., Daytona Beach, 1.800.969.2634
Located in the historic Riverfront Shops right down from our offices, Angell & Phelps Chocolates has been a Daytona Beach tradition since 1925. Take a free, guided, 30-minute tour through the chocolate-making process. Tours begin at 10 and 11 a.m., and 1, 2, 3 and 4 p.m. each Monday through Saturday.
Daytona Beach Oceanfront Bandshell, Daytona Beach, 386.947.8007
This free seasonal concert series is held May – September each Saturday beginning at 7:15 p.m. The concerts are held at the oceanfront, historical coquina bandshell and feature a variety of musical styles including jazz, rock, swing, country, big band, and Latin music. Be sure to stick around for the free fireworks show at 9:45 p.m. Bring along a beach chair or rent one at the facility.
640 Mary McLeod-Bethune Blvd., Daytona Beach, 386.481.2122
Bethune-Cookman University is one of the most abundant resources of African-American historical and cultural exhibits in Florida. Bethune’s home, located on the university’s campus, serves as the headquarters of the Mary McLeod Bethune Foundation. Free, guided tours are available by appointment.
Daytona State College, 1200 W. International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach, 386.506.4475
The Southeast Museum of Photography is one of only 12 specialized museums of its kind in the United States, and one of fewer than 30 throughout the world. The museum is Florida’s official museum of photography. Free admission. Check the website for hours.
611 S. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach.
This oceanfront park features decorative walkways, a shaded playground, picnic areas, restrooms, outdoor showers and two beach access ramps. The four-acre facility also provides free, off-beach parking. Open sunrise to sunset.
Daytona Beach has much more to offer residents as well as vacationers. Follow our blog as a source of what is happening around our offices as well as in our town.
The 10th Annual Daytona Beach Dream Cruise Car Show is what’s happening this weekend at Riverfront Park. It’s Big. It’s Fun. It’s Free. Come to downtown Daytona Beach to see the cars on display. Support the local business bounce back from Hurricane Irma by having lunch and starting your holiday shopping early. As it did last year, the weather is even cooperating because the first cold front is due to come in by Saturday.
The Daytona Beach Dream Cruise Car Show will give attendees the opportunity to enjoy a classic celebration of collector automobiles and trucks of all years, makes and models, modified and stock, decorating Riverfront Park along historic Beach Street. The Daytona Beach Dream Cruise will run from 9 am to 5 pm both Friday and Saturday and will be open and free to the public and Dream Cruise Car Show participants.
I’ve been renting a desk/room full time with Work Webb for about a year now and the owners, staff (Susan!!), and tenants are absolutely amazing! Work Webb always goes the extra mile and are super accommodating. I’ve also held many closings and team meetings in one of their available beautiful conference rooms and all clients & team members always walk in and out extremely impressed by the decor, professionalism and awesome views! I’ve looked around many other office options prior to joining Work Webb and the only regret I have is that I wish I became a tenant sooner! Once you walk in for your first tour and speak with Susan or Heidi, you will quickly realize the decision to become a tenant is an absolute no-brainer.