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May 30 at 6pm: Ribbon-cutting for Brownie’s NEW statue and memorial

The date is set for Brownie the Town Dog of Daytona Beach’s new statue and memorial ribbon cutting ceremony. On May 30th at 6 pm, fans of Brownie, Florida’s most historic dog, will gather in Riverfront Park in downtown Daytona Beach to celebrate Brownie and to enjoy cake, dog treats and a doggie parade. The… Continue reading May 30 at 6pm: Ribbon-cutting for Brownie’s NEW statue and memorial

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The First Annual Daytona Beach Dog Film Festival is December 17 at Cinematique!

A few months ago,¬†Brownie’s Dog Boutique suggested to Cinematique Of Daytona Beach’s board that we should put on an annual film festival featuring dog films where you can bring your dog to the movies. We had envisioned this festival honoring Brownie the Town Dog of Daytona Beach and we wanted it called BrownieFest. Well, Cinematique… Continue reading The First Annual Daytona Beach Dog Film Festival is December 17 at Cinematique!

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A Park for Brownie: Brownie Pointe Park is taking shape

Creating a Brownie memorial is now an official City project. Commissioner Kelly White, who has been extremely helpful and supportive, has donated $500 to the project and City Manager James V. Chisholm has assigned Assistant City Manager Betty Goodman to manage the Brownie project. This by no means guarantees that a Brownie memorial will happen,… Continue reading A Park for Brownie: Brownie Pointe Park is taking shape

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See the inside of Brownie’s bank AND support the Halifax Historical Museum

Downtown Daytona Beach’s own Halifax Historical Society Museum is holding it’s 8th Annual Surf Social Fundraiser on August 19, 2017. This is a great opportunity to support an organization that does so much good for Beach Street (It’s tasked with preserving our history!). It’s also a major chance to see the inside of Brownie the… Continue reading See the inside of Brownie’s bank AND support the Halifax Historical Museum

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Slow down on Beach Street! Water in crosswalk doesn’t even slow down some drivers.

The current speed limit on Beach Street in downtown Daytona Beach is 30 miles per hour, which is a TERRIBLE speed for a pedestrian-friendly downtown. Both Sanford, FL and Deland, FL have speed limits of 15 miles per hour in the urban core areas. If Daytona Beach made Beach Street (just the downtown 3 blocks)… Continue reading Slow down on Beach Street! Water in crosswalk doesn’t even slow down some drivers.