, 2023-04-13 16:04:01,
Soggy South Florida
What to know about the flooding, rain and forecast, along with impacts to roads and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.
▪ The deluge and flooding in South Florida has closed places and canceled events.
Before heading to an event or venue, check the status. What we know so far:
Broward: Beside the closure of all public schools, all branches of Broward County libraries are shut “due to hazardous conditions.” Online resources are still available 24/7 at Broward.org/Library. Info: www.broward.org/library
ArtServe: Incubator/creative laboratory ArtServe notes that while no damage was sustained from the deluge in downtown Fort Lauderdale, it will nonetheless be closed. The facility expects to be back open Friday to launch the “Wellness Exhibition: Fostering Mental and Emotional Health—An Artist’s Journey Through Healing.” Info: www.artserve.org
Carousel of Giving: The Neighbors 4 Neighbors 30th Anniversary Event, Carousel of Giving, set for Thursday night, will be postponed. “Looking forward to celebrating soon and thank you so much for understanding this difficult decision we had to make,” says a statement from the nonprofit organization’s CEO Katy Meagher. “At this time, we are turning our focus to providing flood relief to all those who have been affected by yesterday’s storm.” Your ticket will be honored for the new date, she adds. Info: www.neighbors4neighbors.org.
DoorDash has suspended service in the Fort…
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