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Things to do in the City of Kissimmee: August 2019

Post Date:08/01/2019 12:00 PM

This is a photo of kids running together in a park. City of Kissimmee.  

#EventsInKissimmee - August 2019

There are a lot of exciting family-friendly events happening in the City of Kissimmee during the month of August. Whether you enjoy back-to-school events, community celebrations, or walk-a-thons, there is something for everyone to enjoy.  Don't want to miss any of our communities' biggest events? Sign up for our once-a-month events newsletter.


Sergeant Howard & Officer Baxter Community Appreciation Day

This is a photo of Kissimmee Police Department with different police vehicles parked in front of the main entrance.  
Kissimmee Police Chief Jeff O'Dell has invited the entire community to this free event to honor Sergeant Howard and Officer Baxter and celebrate the community that has stood behind our officers. Enjoy activities, free food, tours of Kissimmee Police Department and more. Parking will be available at City Hall, the SunRail/Civic Center parking garage (205 East Dakin Avenue) and Toho Square parking garage (92 Pleasant Avenue). 

August 17 | 10 am - 2 pm
Kissimmee Police Department
8 N. Stewart Avenue

Back to School Jam

This is a graphic with the logo for the City of Kissimmee's Back to School Jam at Chambers Park Community Center on August 3, 2019.

Get ready for the 2019-2020 school year at Back to School Jam! Receive school supplies and back packs for free and enjoy raffles, a bounce house, face painters, live entertainment, a DJ and free haircuts.

August 3 | 9 am - 1 pm
Chambers Park Community Center
2380 Smith Street

Help Keep Kids Off the Street Walk-a-thon

This is a grpaphic for the event HElp Keep Kids Off The Street walk-a-thon, held at Kissimmee Lakefront Park on August 31, 2019.

This 5k walkathon will help raise funds and awareness for programs that assist youth and young adults in our community. Make a difference and help contribute to college scholarship programs, music scholarship programs, summer camps, and community service programs.

August 31 | 8 am - 2 pm
Kissimmee Lakefront Park - Lighthouse Lawn
201 Lakeview Drive


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