Art at Pineda
Posted 1 year ago

Every year, Horse Creek Pottery Studio, located a mile north of the Pineda Causeway, has their spring show and sale. This year, the potters there have decided to expand the…

Art at Pineda Comes to North Melbourne & Sunt…
Cape Winds Resort Giveaway
Posted 1 year ago

Hello fans! You know that we here at Brevard Happening are Space Coast Florida residents and we love that we get to bring you this great giveaway for a 3-night…

Cape Winds Resort Giveaway
Community Park of Rockledge
Posted 2 years ago

There are no less than 108 parks in Brevard County, all of them free and fun for the whole family. Every so often, Brevard Happening profiles one of these community…

Park Profile: Community Park of Rockledge (Di…
Animal Lovers Expo 2013
Posted 2 years ago

Happy New Year, Brevard pet lovers!  I hope that with the hustle and bustle of the season, you were able to set some time aside to spend with your furry…

Brevard Animal Lovers Expo 2013
Key Lime Pie Festival
Posted 2 years ago

The second annual Florida Key Lime Pie Festival is coming to Cocoa Village on Jan. 19, 2013. The event will be held at the Riverfront Park in Historic Cocoa Village from 10…

2nd Annual Florida Key Lime Pie Festival
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Miss Money Funny: Gifts without the Guilt

Miss Money Funny: Gifts without the Guilt

by Allison M. Komyanek  Why is Christmas referred to as “the season of giving” when, in reality, the buying never seems to end? With Birthdays, showers, weddings, graduations, births, anniversaries…the list of gift giving occasions goes on and on. So, how does someone on a tight budget give presents to so many different people for so many different special […]

The Starter Mom: A Mother’s Day throwback thank you

The Starter Mom: A Mother’s Day throwback thank you

by Nicole Loughan Our mom’s had it tough. The other day I came across an article called “If 70s moms had blogs.” It is filled with old visions of parenting that included mass smoking and Formica countertops, but my mother-in-law assures me it was not all Bon Bon’s and Harvey Wallbangers. Parenting in the 1970s and 1980s […]

Miss Money Funny: Cheap Meals for the Busy Working Type

Miss Money Funny: Cheap Meals for the Busy Working Type

by Alyson M. Komyanek Check out 4 of my favorite simple and cheap meals: Sausage, Peppers and Onions I like this one because it’s super easy! Chop up the (½) yellow onion, (1) green and (1) red peppers and put them in the crock pot. Add ½ of water and ¼ cup of olive oil, […]

"Sneak-peek" film critics

A “Sneak-Peek” Mini-film Festival

The public is invited to a free mini-film festival where they will be able to watch several short films, and then vote for their favorites. The films with the most votes will be included in the “15-Minutes of Fame” film festival, which will take place Labor Day weekend. The mini-film festival, called “sneak-peek”, will be […]

The Starter Mom: Fighting the “Fake” Flu

The Starter Mom: Fighting the “Fake” Flu

by Nicole Loughan Despite up to date flu shots, my children and I found ourselves holding our hair back praying to the porcelain goddess last week. I wondered why this terrible flu had happened to us? This rhetorical question usually just lingers, but this time, I had a chance to get answers and took it. […]

Single in the Suburbs: Coffee Date vs. Dinner Date

Single in the Suburbs: Coffee Date vs. Dinner Date

By Anonymous After a straight year of continuous cereal dating, I have come to the realization that maybe I’m trying too hard and should just let things flow naturally. Between online dating on two different websites, numerous blind dates, meeting people through friends and occasionally bumping into a guy from high school with the, “Hey! […]