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        VOL. 16 NO. 6                                                                                  JUNE 2022

      2022                                                          Boca’s “Summer in the City”

      Boca Raton Bowl Game                                                        Returns with Free Friday

      Set for December 20th                                                       Night Music and New Free

                                                                                  Monthly Wellness Classes
      Ninth Annual Game will be played at FAU Stadium, 7:30 p.m. ET and televised on ESPN
         The Boca Raton Bowl returns to its traditional spot, the Tuesday evening
      before Christmas, during the 2022 college football season. The ninth annual game will be      The City of Boca Raton has announced a series of free summer happenings, bringing music
      played Tuesday, December 20th at 7:30 p.m. ET and televised on ESPN.        and movement to the city throughout the season.
         Kickoff will take place at FAU Stadium on the campus of Florida Atlantic University. In      “We have curated a diverse and fun-filled schedule of concerts and wellness events that will
      addition to the ESPN broadcast, the game will be carried nationally on ESPN Radio and locally   offer something for everyone,” said Amy DiNorscio, the city’s Amphitheater and Community
      on ESPN 106.3 FM.                                                           Events Manager. “We’ve brought back some fan favorite tribute bands from years past, as well
         “We are excited to be back on our traditional date, the Tuesday before Christmas,” said   as our own Symphonia Boca Raton and FAU Summer Concert Band.
      executive director Doug Mosley. “We look forward to, once again, welcoming top teams,      “The Summer of Wellness series invites the community to explore the beauty of Boca Raton’s
      student-athletes and fans to enjoy all that our beautiful City of Boca Raton and Palm Beach   parks while taking part in various fitness disciplines, including walking along the numerous
      County has to offer.”                                                       trails,” adds DiNorscio.
         The Boca Raton Bowl has historically taken place on the Tuesday before      The Summer of Music at the Mizner Park Amphitheater will take place most Friday nights
      Christmas six times out of its eight games and aired on ESPN. However, the 2019 and 2021   starting at 7 p.m. through July 29th.
      games were played on the Saturday before Christmas. In 2019, the bowl recorded the third-     The musical line-up includes:
      largest TV audience of the pre-Christmas bowl games during its first live airing, registering a   Friday, June 17th  Yacht Rock (soft rock hits from the late 70s to early 80s);
      RCBRB record of 2.2 million households.                                     Friday, June 24th  Summer Splash! A Side-by-Side with The SYMPHONIA and FAU Summer
         Conference affiliations for this year’s matchup include the American Athletic Conference,   Concert Band, conducted by Kyle Prescott;
      Conference USA, Mid-American Conference, Mountain West Conference, Sun Belt Conference   Friday, July 8th     The Long Run (Eagles tribute);
      and selected independents.                                                  Friday, July 15th     Back in Time, a tribute to the 80s;
         ESPN Events, a division of ESPN, owns and operates a portfolio of collegiate sporting   Friday, July 22nd     Chicago Rewired (Chicago tribute);
      events nationwide. In 2022, the 32-event schedule includes three early-season college football   Friday, July 29th     Absolute Queen (Queen tribute).
      kickoff games, 17 college bowl games, 11 college basketball events, and a college softball      The Summer of Wellness in the Parks takes place the third Saturday of each month at 9:00
      event, which account for approximately 400 hours of live programming, while reaching nearly   a.m., starting June 18th. Get outside and enjoy the city’s walking trails any day of the year. For
      64 million viewers and attracting over 800,000 annual attendees. With satellite offices in more   a list of the trails for walking, biking or fitness circuit training, visit
      than 10 cities across the country, ESPN Events builds relationships with conferences, schools      The schedule of free monthly classes includes:
      and local communities, as well as providing unique experiences for teams and fans. For more   Saturday, June 18th   Zumba     Patch Reef Park—2000 Yamato Road.
      information, visit the official website, Facebook, Twitter or YouTube pages.  Saturday, July 16th   Judo      Sugar Sand Park—300 S. Military Trail.
                                                                                  Saturday, August 20th   Tai Chi     South Beach Park Pavilion—400 N. State Road A1A.
      BRiC and Boca’s School of                                                     recreational space, attracting residents and visitors year-round. The City’s Recreation Services
                                                                                    The City of Boca Raton boasts five miles of gorgeous beaches, 47 parks and 1,650 acres of

      Rock “Tuned it Up” for                                                      Department hosts a full calendar of free community events at select parks and the Mizner Park
                                                                                  Amphitheater. For more details on City events, visit

      Picnic and Music Fest                                                       Successful 2nd Annual Moms

        Open-to-the-Public Free Event Featured School of Rock Boca Raton House Band,   & Pups “Bark & Brunch”
                         Activities, Games, Food Trucks and More
         As the school year wrapped
      up, it was time to celebrate with                                           Benefits Tri-County
      family, friends and the community
      at Boca Raton Innovation Campus                                             “No-Kill” Animal Rescue
      (BRiC) and the School of Rock
      Boca Raton’s Community Picnic
      & Music Fest held on the lawn at                                               “Sunkist memory-making
      BRiC at 5000 T-Rex Avenue in                                                afternoon,” a “happy place”
      Boca.                                                                       and “pure joy, hope, inspiration
         The free and open-to-the-                                                and generosity” are just a few
      public community event included                                             ways in which guests described
      live music featuring the School of                                          their experience at this year’s
                                                                                  second Annual Moms & Pups
      Boca Raton Innovation Campus                                                “Bark & Brunch” to benefit
      on page 6                                                                   Tri-County Animal Rescue’s
                                                                                  (TCAR) Medical Fund.
                                                                                     The elegant, outdoor “fun
                                                                                  and fund” raiser presented by
                                                                                  the organization’s “Top Dogs”
                                                                                  Sponsors Board Member  Marta Batmasian, Constance Scott, Bonnie Kaye, Alisa Cohen
                                                                                  Andrea Kline and the Marta
                                                                                  & James Batmasian Family Foundation applauded and pampered “paw-loving” moms while
                                                                                  monies raised helped increase its Medical Fund’s reserves. Medical Fund monies help pay
                                                                                  in full for or subsidize low-cost, full-service veterinary and animal hospital services at Tri-

                                                                                  Moms & Pups “Bark & Brunch” on page 3
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