A place for community to meet…
The Beatnik history can be traced back to the steamy coffee shops and poetry dens of Soho, In New York's Greenwich Village. Today, the Beatnik legacy lives on in four young men who adhere to the ideology that music is more than a mere background for our lives.
They perform the music of the 60's & 70's (and 80's, too); with energy and passion that you won't find anywhere. Capturing the essence of the music with their charisma, chemistry and natural talent is why people all over the world are fans of the band.
Doors open at 7pm and the music starts at 8pm.
Net proceeds benefit the Key Peninsula Civic Center, a private, non-profit; we rely on rentals, donations, and fundraising events to maintain the facility.
Please support the Key Peninsula Civic Center with your fireworks purchases this year!
We rely on fundraisers, rentals, and special events to provide the community with the programs and services hosted here at the Center, including Skate Night, Indoor Park, Little Buddies, WIC Clinic, meeting space for the Boy Scouts and various 4-H clubs, dance, taekwondo and tennis classes, art workshops, and more.
Children's Home Society, the KP News, Two Waters Arts Alliance, and the KP Historical Society Museum all rely on the Civic Center for office and museum space. The Center is also home to the Fresh Food Revolution Co-op, Historic Vaughn Bay Church, Key Peninsula Baptist Church, and the Key Peninsula Senior Society.
Buying fireworks from the KP Civic Center keeps the KP economy strong by keeping your dollars here on the Key Peninsula. The reduced rentals during the summer months makes our fireworks stand an important fundraiser every year. THANK YOU for your support!
Proceeds from this fundraiser benefit the Key Peninsula Civic Center.
The Key Peninsula Civic Center Association, through its facility and the effort of its members, fosters and promotes the civic, social, cultural and general well-being of the Key Peninsula community.
Support the Civic Center with any purchase from:
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We're also on Facebook & Twitter... Like us on Facebook to get the event info and updates and share your ideas and memories; follow us on Twitter (KPCCA) for breaking news and announcements.
Follow Skate Night on Facebook and Twitter (FNSk8), too!
Fridays, Sept - June:
Aug 1: Ohana Luau, details TBD (KPCCA)
Oct 31: Halloween Carnival, 6-8pm (KPCCA)
Nov ??: 8th Annual Winter Warm Up Crafts Fair & Chili Competition, details TBD (KPCCA)
Jan ??: Crab Feed, 4-7pm (KPCCA)
Feb ??: Mardi Gras, 6-11pm (KPCCA)
May 7: 15th Annual Livable Community Fair, 10am - 3pm (KPCCA)
For more information about these events, visit our Facebook page.
Click on event names for flyers, Facebook Event info, and/or applications, if available