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One hundred years ago, citizens of Port Orange voted to incorporate the community into the Town of Port Orange. It became official on March 17, 1913, and our first Mayor was Dr. Henry K. DuBois.

We have certainly come a long way and we have plenty to celebrate. Throughout this year, the City will host different events and offer programs to celebrate the community and its history.

February Events

Ongoing in February
Art displays - Port Orange Regional Library

Feb. 8 History Lecture – The Palmetto Hat Shop
1 p.m., Adult Center Annex, 3738 Halifax Drive

Feb. 12 Freemanville Day Ceremony
Mt. Moriah Baptist Church
941 North Orange Ave.

March Events

March 7-10 Spring Fair Days
www.familydays.com
City Center Complex

March 7 Concert in the Park
“The Torkays” (rock ‘n’ roll music)
6 p.m., Kenneth W. Parker Amphitheater
2001 City Center Circle

March 11 History Lecture
Port Orange’s Town Incorporation
1 p.m., Adult Center Annex, 3738 Halifax Drive

March 17 Centennial Celebration
4 p.m., Town Center Riverwalk
Corner of Ocean Ave. and North Halifax Drive

 

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386-506-5850

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386-506-5575

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386-506-5501

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