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Sunset Hammock ribbon-cutting ceremony postponed


Tamarac, Florida – The City of Tamarac has announced that the Sunset Hammock Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony, originally scheduled for Wednesday, May 8, at Sunset Point Park, has been postponed. The city extends its apologies for any inconvenience caused by this change. Residents and visitors are encouraged to stay tuned for updates on the new date and time.

Anticipating the Unveiling of “Sunset Hammock”

Despite the postponement, the City of Tamarac remains enthusiastic about unveiling Sunset Hammock, a public art installation designed by Margi Glavovic Nothard. Sunset Hammock seeks to highlight the ecological significance of the Everglades in South Florida and inspire an appreciation for this vital ecosystem. The installation includes a red modular aluminum walkway and a community periscope measuring 20 feet by 3 feet, providing unique views into the Everglades.

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A Space for Community and Education

In addition to the observational boardwalk, Sunset Hammock features a communal gathering space that will serve as a center for learning and community interaction within the park. The design aims to foster environmental awareness and education, providing visitors with a renewed appreciation for the region’s natural beauty.

Upcoming Celebration

The City of Tamarac invites the public to stay tuned for updates on the new ribbon-cutting date and to join the celebration once it is rescheduled. The event will feature remarks from city officials, followed by opportunities for guests to explore the Sunset Hammock installation.

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Admission to the event will remain free and open to the public. For further information and updates regarding the event, contact the City of Tamarac’s Parks and Recreation Department at (954) 597-3620.

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