The City of Coral Springs is home to hundreds of events year-round, including large festivals, outdoor concerts and cultural gatherings. If you're looking for something to do, we truly have Everything Under the Sun!
There are several major events and programs that offer unique sponsorship opportunities for local businesses at all levels.
Weekend of Fun and Art
Saturday, March 17 and Sunday, March 18. Come and enjoy this fantastic weekend of art, culture and entertainment!More »
Sportsplex • 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Worldfest features cultural entertainment, amusements and food from around the world!More »
Sunday Jazz Brunch
Sun. 04/28 • 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Savor the Notes” Jazz Brunch at the City Hall Lawn. Enjoy live music, mimosas, delicious brunch items and local vendors.More »
2nd Annual Orchid & Plant Festival
- Date: -
- Location: Sawgrass Nature Center & Wildlife Hospital
3000 Sportsplex Drive
Coral Springs, Florida 33065
- The entry fee for the Orchid Festival is $7 per person and includes entry to the center’s exhibits.
- Parking is free.
- For more information please call (954) 752-9453.
The Sawgrass Nature Center is pleased to announce the blooming of its 2nd Annual Orchid & Plant Festival. Taking place from 9:30am to 4:30pm on Saturday, April 7 and Sunday, April 8, the Festival will allow orchid enthusiasts, and plant lovers in general, the opportunity to vividly experience – and purchase – diverse, colorful and fragrant varieties of orchids, tropical plants, herbs and fruit trees sold by over 20 local vendors. The orchids and tropical plants, though, are only the beginning. This exciting two-day event will be held in Coral Springs and will offer something for everyone to enjoy, including garden art, food vendors, cocktails, birds of prey, live animals, music and much more!
About the Sawgrass Nature Center:
SNC’s mission is to educate the public about South Florida’s unique culture, environment and the many species it contains, to promote healthy living, outdoor activity and to provide excellent care for sick, injured or orphaned native wildlife. We want to foster awareness and appreciation of wildlife, particularly urban wildlife found here in south Florida. Each year, people bring approximately 700 animals into our wildlife hospital, and we provide educational presentations to approximately 7,000 students. Volunteers donate roughly 8000 hours of their time annually to help us meet our goals.