GET YOUR KILT ON!

 

The Ormond Beach Celtic Festival returns on April 23 & 24, 2022 filling Rockefeller Gardens and Fortunato Park with music from 26 bands, Highland Games, draft beer, Celtic clans, food, and vendors, kids activities, a dog parade, and bagpipes!

Don’t miss your chance to be part of the fun of this 11-year-old festival.  Save $3 per person by buying your tickets ahead of time at  buytickets.at/ormondbeachmainstreet

26 YEARS AND GROWING!

Since 1995, Ormond Beach MainStreet, a small, local, volunteer-led nonprofit has worked to create a vibrant, beautiful, and liveable city core for Ormond Beach.  We are passionate advocates, dedicated volunteers, influential stakeholders, and community organizers who work every day to turn the tide in our community — preserving history, catalyzing reinvestment, creating jobs, and fostering pride of place. 

And we need your help

As a 501(c)3 organization, we raise our annual budget through donations,  sponsorships, memberships, and events.  However, this year’s pandemic has canceled our events and made a significant dent in our budget.  By donating, becoming a member, and/or buying a raffle ticket you can help keep us going for the next 25 years.  Just click on the link below:

Donate/become a member

In these difficult times, community matters.  The people, businesses, and community organizations that make up Ormond Beach are strong, even when faced with a new and difficult challenge.  Watch this space.  We will be posting updates for businesses and events, opportunities for citizens to come together and support one another, and ways to get the help you need.  Please let us hear from you about your concerns and your successes.  We can be reached via email at julia@ormondmainstreet.com or by phone at 386-492-2938.  Visit our Facebook and Instagram pages for up to the minute posts from local businesses and the community.  

   As a Main Street America™ Accredited program, Ormond Beach MainStreet is a recognized leading program among the national network of more than 1,200 neighborhoods and communities who share both a commitment to creating high-quality places and to building stronger communities through preservation-based economic development. All Main Street America™ Accredited programs meet a set of National Accreditation Standards of Performance as outlined by the National Main Street Center.

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