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Caribbean Art Fest

Celebrate Caribbean American Heritage Month at the Caribbean Art Fest on Saturday, June 11 from 1 to 9 p.m. at the Captain’s House, 1300 Bianca Drive NE, Palm Bay. Enjoy a photo exhibition, book reading, poetry, and cultural displays featuring Jamaican artist Phillip Curtis, poet and photographer Paulette King, poet Johan Russell and poet and dramatist Marcia Jackson. The event will also feature the Space Coast Collective Drummers, BCASCA Drummers and BCASCA youth steel pan player Joshua Baptiste.  Admission is free. Call 321-557-2968, email [email protected], or visit

Cocoa Beach gallery celebrates anniversary

Studios of Cocoa Beach celebrates its fifth year as a beachside creative hub with a “Sunset Social” on June 10.

The Studios of Cocoa Beach, currently in its its fifth year as the creative hub on the beaches, is a nonprofit, artist- staffed gallery that inspires, educates and enriches the community through art.

The gallery, at 165 Minutemen Causeway, showcases local artists and its roster of instructors present classes for everyone from beginners to experienced artists.

To celebrate its fifth anniversary, the gallery will host a “Sunset Social” from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., Friday, June 10, at Beachside Hotel & Suites, 3901 N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach. The public is invited to enjoy an evening with food, entertainment, cash bar, duck derby, silent art auction, art demonstrations, 50/50 Raffle, and more!  Tickets are $40 per person

For tickets and more information on the Studios and this event, visit

Galmont Ballet plans summer show

Galmont Ballet's summer gala will be at the Satellite High auditorium on June 11, 2022.

Galmont Ballet founders/artistic directors Frank Galvez and Lucia Montero will host “Summer Ballet Gala 2022” to end the season. The event is slated for 7:30 p.m., Saturday, June 11, at Satellite High School Auditorium.

The program, which blends fantasy and myth, builds on Galmont’s two decades of innovation in classic and contemporary ballets. The summer production features stagings from the classical repertory such as” Don Quixote” and “Le Corsaire” pas de deux and re-stagings from Galvez’s choreographic repertory such as “Bolero.”

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