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Diabetes Education Family Night: Fun, Food and Fitness!
On Wednesday, February 25, at 6:30 p.m., Nova Southeastern University will host a Diabetes Education Family Night at the Sunrise Senior Center (10650 West Oakland Park Boulevard). This FREE event will feature:
  • General information about diabetes and how to prevent it
  • Fun, all-ages activities
  • Tips on staying active as a family
  • Healthy snacks
Seating is limited and reservations are requested. Call (954) 746-3670 to reserve your spot. 





TnT Stage“Tunes ‘N Trucks” Concert Series Returns!
The City’s free outdoor concert series continues this week in the Sunrise Civic Center Amphitheatre (10610 West Oakland Park Boulevard). Bring a lawn chair or blanket and join us on Friday, February 20, at 6:00 p.m. for tasty food truck fare. The fun continues at 7:00 p.m. with a fab performance by Beatles tribute band Across the Universe.

Tonight’s scheduled food trucks include:
  • Batter & Company - cupcakes and macaroons
  • Best Pasta - pasta, panini and salads
  • Che Grill - Argentine cuisine
  • Da Burger Shack - gourmet burgers
  • Inspir-Asian - chicken, shrimp and eggrolls
  • Jerk It Cuisine - jerk chicken, pork and ribs
  • Kona Ice - shaved ice
  • La Gringa Loca - pulled pork sandwiches
  • Mobile Culinary Kitchens - arepas, gyros and tacos
  • Poor Boy's Kitchen - shrimp, tacos and steak
  • Red Zeppelin - lobster rolls and salads
  • The Big Bow Wow - hot dogs
  • The Rumcake Factory - jambalaya and rumcake
  • 90 Miles to Go - empanadillas and tostones
Upcoming Tunes ‘N Trucks concerts are scheduled for:
  • Friday, March 20: The Long Run Band, a tribute to the Eagles
  • Friday, April 17: Turnstiles, a tribute to Billy Joel
  • Friday, May 15: The Rock Show, a tribute to the music of the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s
Tunes ‘N Trucks is presented in partnership with Magic 102.7FM. Call (954) 747-4600 for more information. 




theatre - wind in the willowsCelebrate the Arts in the City of Sunrise
See “The Wind in the Willows” live on stage at the Sunrise Civic Center Theatre (10610 West Oakland Park Boulevard) on Saturday, February 21, at 2:00 p.m.

You’ll take a wild ride with Mr. Toad and his friends Ratty and Mole in this delightful adaptation of Kenneth Grahame's classic children's book. Atlantic Coast Theatre incorporates music and audience participation into Toad's tale of adventure. The show is recommended for children in grades K through 8, and general admission tickets are $7 per person.

Tickets are available for purchase online. In addition, the Sunrise Civic Center Box Office is open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Wednesday and Thursday from 12:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.; and one hour before shows. Call (954) 747-4646 for ticket information. 





Water ChlorinationTemporary Change to Water Chlorination: February 2 through March 6
The City of Sunrise Utilities Department maintains the highest quality standards to provide clean, safe drinking water to customers in its service area, which includes the cities of Sunrise, Weston, Southwest Ranches and parts of Davie. From February 2 through March 6, the Utilities Department is using free chlorine in its drinking water treatment system to provide additional protection against bacteria.

This temporary treatment of the water system is a common practice for water suppliers that use a chlorine and ammonia (chloramines) water disinfection treatment method. This periodic program is mandated by the Florida Department of Health to ensure adequate disinfection.

The procedure does not cause any adverse health effects. However, some individuals may notice a slight change in the taste, odor or color of the water during this time.

Special Considerations
Kidney dialysis centers, nephrologists and hospitals have been notified in order for them to make any adjustments necessary in the various processes which they operate. Any questions regarding kidney dialysis should be directed to the user's doctor or dialysis specialist.

Some aquatic and marine animal species are sensitive to free chlorine; persons maintaining aquariums with any sensitive species may wish to contact their pet supply stores regarding dechlorination.

Information about drinking water and health is available on the Environmental Protection Agency’s website, and through the Safe Drinking Water Hotline: 1-800-426-4791. For details regarding the City of Sunrise's treatment system, please contact the Utilities Department at (954) 888-6000.
Last updated: 2/19/2015 2:12:10 PM