Published On: Thu, Jul 16th, 2015

The City of Deerfield Beach Celebrates a Birthday

”Cheers to 90 Years!” is the cry heard ‘round the community to announce the 90th birthday of the City of Deerfield Beach, and the Deerfield Beach Historical Society is excited to announce a gala birthday party to be held in its honor!  The event will take place on Saturday, October 17, beginning at 6:00pm at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Deerfield Beach, located at 100 Fairway Drive.

The event will celebrate the City’s rich history since its beginning in 1925 and the possibilities of the future, with all proceeds benefitting the Historic Butler House Restoration Project, the home of the DFB Historical Society.

Along with a poolside cocktail hour and a delectable dinner,  the night will be an eclectic and electric evening celebrating Deerfield Beach,  including: recognition of History-making leaders, businesses, and volunteers and tribute to DFB High School being designated an “A” school;  live and silent auctions by Auctioneer-extraordinaire Neil Saffer; inaugural performances by the Historical Society-sponsored, “Young People’s Player’s Theatre Group” and “Adult Theatre Group”; production by Zazz Entertainment; announcement of new programs by the Historical Society; and, lots more.

This unique celebration is presented by members and volunteers of the Deerfield Beach Historical Society and the City of Deerfield Beach, along with generous financial support from Frank Congemi.

In efforts to raise funds for the Historic Butler House Restoration Project, the Historical Society turns to the community for support at this special event.  The project goal of $300,000 will ensure the installations of code-approved and historically-mandated doors, windows, new roof, and renovations to the interior and backyard of Butler House.  If you are a business in Deerfield Beach or the surrounding areas, you will not want to miss this opportunity to sponsor, attend, and use this event to foster special relationships to the community.  All sponsorship costs, journal ads, and tickets for the evening are tax deductible, payable to the DFB Historical Society, a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization.

For information about the event or to learn more about the Historic Butler House Restoration Project, call the Historical Society at (954) 429-0378 or visit our facebook or website pages,

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