November 25, 2019

Your holiday survival guide

With the arrival of the holiday season also comes opportunities to spend time with family, many of whom we only see rarely.  The anticipation of being with those we love is often laced with a mixture of optimistic excitement and some degree of quiet dread. Let’s face it, we all grow and change. When we

November 22, 2019

WINGS takes flight with its first power lunch of the school year

Celebration Foundation’s Women’s Initiative Nurturing Girls’ Strength (WINGS) program had its first Power Lunch of the school year on September 27. Nearly 100 Celebration K-8 middle schoolers attended. WINGS’ theme this year is CLICK (Confidence, Leadership, Initiative, Courage, Kindness) with WINGS. At this Power Lunch, students used a “salad” as a metaphor to discuss their

November 19, 2019

Christmas Markets Around the World – A FREE evening Lecture

A FREE evening Lecture offered by Celebration Lifelong Thursday, November 21, 7 p.m., Celebration Town Hall Lecturer Victoria Hardison-Sterry will be our guide on a holiday-inspiring tour of Christmas Markets Around the World! Did you know German Christmas markets date back to the 14th Century? Originally, these gatherings were more of a way for folks to stock

November 14, 2019

Scouts invite you to honor the American Flag

The Celebration Scout Troop 125 cordially invites you to attend our annual American Flag Retirement Ceremony on Sunday, November 17, 6 p.m. at the Artisan Park Amphitheater. The American flag has stood as a symbol of national pride for over 240 years. Referred to as Old Glory or The Stars and Stripes, the U.S. flag

November 12, 2019

Celebration Cancer Superhero 5K: a race worth celebrating

  Michael is an ordinary-looking local 10 year-old. But Michael is quite extraordinary when it comes to courage and determination.  Indeed, to many, he is a genuine superhero. For Michael is battling terminal brain cancer (DIPG). On September 8, Michael donned a superhero costume and was the primary beneficiary and focal point for the ‘M

November 5, 2019

Founders Day highlights November events lineup

It’s November and there is plenty to be thankful for in the community. We are on the cusp of the holiday season, which was made perfectly clear by some who were decorating for Christmas in the wee hours following Halloween. (OK, we kid, sort of). This month is highlighted by Founders Day, as the community

October 29, 2019

Providing a not so scary Halloween for your dog

Halloween in Celebration brings out thousands of residents and visitors to enjoy the spookiest night of the year. For some dogs, Halloween presents potential hazards and can cause almost as much stress as fireworks on the 4th of July.  Keeping your dog safe doesn’t have to be tricky if you follow some Halloween safety tips.

October 27, 2019

CHS Theatre Department announces 2019-2020 season

It’s fall and students are back in school and hard at work to deliver three outstanding shows this year. Off Book Productions opens its 15th season with the Laura Gunderson drama, Silent Sky.  The true story of 19th-century astronomer Henrietta Leavitt, the play explores a woman’s place in society during a time of immense scientific