Gazette – August 2018 – Everyone Has A Story To Tell

The Silver Scribers Program is beginning its third year, with its mission to inspire and enable senior authors to write and publish their autobiographies. Basically, you as an aspiring author, write your memoirs in digital format (primarily in Microsoft Word) and the...

Gazette – July 2018 – Street Art Paints The Senses

There are exciting new artistic developments in the Pompano Beach community, as the city moves forth with its Public Arts initiative. Last year’s opening of the Pompano Beach Cultural Center (PBCC) introduced the community to a new multi-arts and performance venue. A...

Gazette – June 2018 – ‘Let JKV Entertain You’

Whether it is a classical concert presented by the Venetian Arts Society, a visit from the Young Artists of the Florida Grand Opera or the annual Summerfest appearance of Symphony of the Americas, John Knox Village is becoming a regular venue for exceptional...

Gazette – May 2018 – ‘All Things Arts’ Celebrated

It was a festival for fashionistas when Ari Seth Cohen—the 30-something photographer—who has fashioned a career exploding stereotypes of seniors, brought his road show to Pompano Beach as part of John Knox Village’s week-long Second Annual ArtSage Alliance celebration...

Gazette – April 2018 – Golden Anniversary Couples

White pillars bedecked with baby-blue bows formed an aisle winding through banquet tables crowded with friends on Feb. 6, as John Knox Village marked its 50 years by recognizing 15 couples from JKV and surrounding communities who also celebrated 50 years – of...

Gazette – March 2018 – Celebrate Our 50th With Us

Fifty years ago, Dr. Mack R. Douglas, a minister from Margate, FL gathered a few friends and proposed to develop a retirement community for senior citizens. The plan called for the construction of a group of cottages to be leased to a senior individual or couple for...
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