Community Invited to Celebrate with a FREE Children’s Concert.
The Children’s Center, located in South Titusville, will celebrate
10 years of providing early childhood programs, services and support for
children and their families on Saturday, November 6, from 2:00 p.m.–5:00
p.m. at the Titusville Performing Arts Center at Titusville High School,
150 Terrier Trail.
Join us as we recognize the children, volunteers, partners and employees
who have been a part of The Children’s Center for 10 years. A “walk
down memory lane” slide show will take you through the years and
introduce you to our past and present families as they have participated
in the many childhood development programs housed at the center.
“We are looking forward to celebrating the growth of the children
and families we have touched over the past 10 years,” said Center
Manager Lori Duester. “This event is also a chance for us to say
thank you to the many people in our community who have supported and partnered
with us in our efforts to make a positive difference in the lives of young
children throughout Brevard County.”
You’ll get your toes tapping with Brian Slawson as “Boomer”
with his BOOMERBEATS performance using a dazzling array of percussion
instruments and toys. Brian is Julliard trained and a Grammy-nominated
percussionist. He is currently a member of the Brevard Symphony Orchestra.
Then you can Bop Till You Drop with “Mr. Al,” a musician-turned-educator-turned-entertainer
who will get you up singing, dancing, moving and grooving! Mr. Al travels
throughout the U.S. and abroad performing sold-out concerts for children
and families. He also writes, produces and records his pop-styled educational
music and has produced 20 CDs. Mr. Al has also been honored with numerous
Parents’ Choice and NAPPA awards!
And what’s a party without cake? The grand finale will be cake for
all! So mark your calendar and help us celebrate The Children’s
Center 10th Anniversary with fun and family.
The Children's Center, an affiliate of Parrish Medical Center, offers
a variety of learning and early development programs for area children.
The Children’s Center consists of six local partner agencies working
together to meet the needs of children. The Center annually serves nearly
2,500 children and their families. Visit The Children's Center online at