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Beachside Bash at Indialantic celebrates 25 years of Longdoggers

Long Doggers celebrate 25 years in Brevard at their fifth annual Beachside Bash from 5-10.30pm on Saturday July 30 at Nance Park, Indialantic.

Beachside Bash will feature live music, food trucks, vendor booths, full bars, family entertainment and a VIP section.

Long Doggers have teamed up with Deuterman Productions for a concert featuring award-winning singer, songwriter and producer Stephen Marley. From solo works to family collaborations and production credits, Stephen Marley’s music has earned him eight Grammy Awards. He is the second oldest son of reggae legends Bob Marley and Rita Marley. Raised in Kingston, Jamaica, Stephen began singing professionally at age seven with his older siblings Ziggy, Sharon and Cedella in The Melody Makers.

General admission tickets are $21, but they’re limited, so hurry; VIP tickets are unfortunately already sold out. Visit eventbrite.com.

It’s starting to look a lot like Christmas in July in Cocoa Village

Bobbi's staff at Parkside on Harrison Street in Cocoa Village are ready to celebrate Christmas in July during Saturday's Sip & Stroll.

Cocoa Village’s Myrt Tharpe Square is the place to be at 5 p.m. on Saturday, July 30 to get a head start on holiday shopping. This is the place to check in for the Village’s “Christmas in July Sip & Stroll”.

Sample wine and beer while browsing the specials offered by the various participating merchants. Cheerful live music boosts the holiday spirit.

Tickets, cost $30, include a souvenir glass, shopping bag and map. Each ticket automatically enters participants into a draw for a joyful surprise. Visit Santa’s Secret Places for more chances to win. For tickets and more information, go to VisitCocoaVillage.com.

Café Margaux plans Italian wine dinner and cognac dinner in August

Café Margaux is focusing on Italian Piedmont wines for its next wine dinners at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, August 4 and 5.

The gastronomic event pairs wines from Matteo Crreggia, Le Strette, Massolino, Poderi Elia and Cappo on a six-course menu that includes pumpkin curry soup with prawns; a romaine lettuce salad with Bagna Cauda dresson, parmesan croutons, prosciutto, garlic and anchovies; grilled salmon in horseradish cream with a lemony vodka sauce; pan-fried duck breast; a dish of semi-soft Tallegio cheese and a dessert of vanilla cream cake with layers of pistachio ricotta mousse, white chocolate shavings and Marsala Zabaglione.

The cost is $135 per person.

August is a busy month at the Cocoa Village restaurant, which will also host a six-course cognac dinner at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, August 18.

Maison Ferrand cognacs are given pride of place that evening with a menu of chilled tangerine and mint soup; arugula and curly salad with blackcurrants, filberts and camembert; mahi mahi stuffed with goat cheese on a Wehani rice risotto; herb-seared lamb chops with dried cherry polenta; pepper parmesal and Bel Paese with fresh berries and apple walnut cake layered with cinnamon and nutmeg.

The cost for the cognac event is $150 per person.

Complete menus are available on Margaux.com.

Reserve by calling 321-639-8343. Café Margaux is located at 220, avenue Brevard, Cocoa Village.

BeachFly Brewing at Rockledge Famous Ocean Lega-Sea

BeachFly Brewing Company, 513 Barton Blvd., Rockledge, will host the

Ocean Lega-Sea Festival from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday July 30, to close Shark Week.

Ocean, beach and lagoon organizations such as Surfrider Foundation, Indian River Lagoon Coalition, The Aquarium Project, Sea Turtle Preservation Society, Atlantic Right Whale, Marine Resource Council, Restore our Shores, Sea Turtle Healing Center, Beach Bucket Foundation and Keep Brevard Beautiful will be there, with educational presentations, displays and items for sale.

To commemorate the occasion, BeachFly will introduce two new beers. BeachFly Brewing Company will also sell beer in reusable stainless steel cups, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the nonprofit organizations represented.

Musical entertainment, food trucks and outdoor games will be offered. For more information, call 321-610-3653 or visit beachflybrewing.com.

Watch “Finding Nemo” from the pool

The Palm Bay Aquatic Center, 420 Community College Pkwy. SE, will host a Fun Friday event on Friday, July 29 from 7-10:30 p.m. Enjoy swimming, music, face painting, glitter tattoos, and watching “Finding Nemo” (G) from the pool . No flotation tubes/items are allowed. ; only noodles and approved life jackets will be allowed. The dive will end at sunset when the movie starts.

Doors open at 7 p.m. and the movie will start at 8:30 p.m. Cost is $5. Space is limited so registration is required. Call 321-952-2833.

Free movie in the park: ‘Mulan’

A scene from Disney's live-action remake of

Disney’s live action movie “Mulan” (PG-13) will be screened outdoors at Kiwanis Island Park, 951 Kiwanis Island Park Drive, Merritt Island on Friday, August 5 at 8:30 p.m. garden or hedges.

Free entry. The event may be canceled in case of bad weather. Call 321-633-1874 or visit facebook.com/events/313363720724090.

The organization Titusville offers squash lessons for beginners

Here is the game of squash. According to Squash Space Coast, the sport was voted the healthiest by Forbes for its ability to build cardio, respiratory and muscular endurance, flexibility, muscular endurance and burn calories up to 1,000 per hour.

Squash Space Coast, 665 N. Singleton Ave., Titusville, offers beginners the opportunity to learn the game in one session.

This beginner’s squash course is for those who have never played before or haven’t played in a while. Squash is a non-contact racquet sport played on a four-wall court.

While the minimum age is 10, the sky is the limit for the other end of the age spectrum. The cost is $10 per player, with a minimum of two players for the class to take place and a maximum of five.

Snowshoes are provided and participants receive discounts on snowshoes and equipment to purchase.

One-hour classes will be held on Saturday July 30, Thursday August 4 and Saturday August 6. Additional courses are planned for the rest of the year.

For more information, visit squashspacecoast.com.

Titusville Girl Scouts raise funds for Furever Home Animal Rescue

Have a good time with DJ music, a food truck, a Kona truck and more during “Rock-n-Rescue”, a fundraiser organized by Girl Scout Troop 882 to help Furever Home Animal Rescue, an organization entirely volunteer who finds permanent homes for once-homeless dogs, cats and other critters.

The party is from 4-8 p.m., Saturday, July 30, at St. Luke’s Presbyterian Church, 1255 Knox McRae Drive, Titusville.

Admission is all donation to Furever Home. Donations can be cash or items such as Pedigree dog food, cat litter, Purina Cat Chow, cleaning supplies, leashes, or any other item from the Rescue Group’s Amazon Wish List of North Brevard.

To learn more, visit fureverhomeanimalrescue.com.

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