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  • the mission and vision of egad
    The Mission & Vision of EGAD
    Our Vision: EGAD wants to evolve into a walkable historic neighborhood that serves as the epicenter of arts and entertainment, from casual dining and specialty boutiques to live music and craft beers, to community events that celebrate the ever-creative spirit of the Space Coast. You could spend a full day, starting with a run over the causeway and down shady Pineapple Avenue, have breakfast and stroll the Green Market, hit the library or the art museum, get your hair done, express... [read more]
  • south brevard's historic centerpiece
    South Brevard's Historic Centerpiece
    Eau Gallie History | Click Here To View Historic Marker Trail Houston’s “Arlington” John Caroll Houston, IV was the first permanent settler in the Eau Gallie area in 1859. A relative of Sam Houston, Houston had been sent to the area by the United States Army to determine how many Native Americans were still living in the area after the Third Seminole War. In 1859, after Houston had been discharged from the Army, he walked on the Hernandez/Capron Trail back to the area with his oldest son and 14 slaves. They began clearing land... [read more]
  • become an egad main st. member!
    EGAD is a unique place–historic by nature, but changing and growing every year. Our mission is to revitalize the downtown Eau Gallie area, to protect its historic preservation and promote... [read more]
  • Hello 2015.

    We have big plans this year and you're not only invited, your participation is the key to our success. Start the new year by joining the casual Yappy New Year pet parade in the square on New Year's Day from Noon-2pm. Come. Walk. Go Home. We'll see you at First Friday January 2 for our first ever all ages rock concert in the square called EGAD.Rocks from 8pm-11:30pm. No alcohol but tons of fun for everyone featuring three... [read more]
  • What’s Going on with the Highland Ave Parking Lot?

    A novel storm water system will cleanse the parking lot before toxins reach the lagoon using special pavers. The city is replacing the once-gravel lot with a state-of-the art porous paver system — the first of its kind in Brevard County and one of the first in Florida. The $336,843 project is an example of how coastal cities that lack space for new storm water ponds are experimenting with creative ways to keep polluted runoff out of fragile surrounding waters. Read the [read more]


    The international art world descends upon Miami Beach every year in December, drawing over 250 of the world's leading galleries and over 70,000 visitors each year. Where else can you see classic Art Deco architecture along iconic Collins Avenue with restaurants, glittering nightlife and world class people watching. Miami Beach becomes one with the art show. You can't read about it. You have to be part of it.

    EGAD! is sponsoring a round trip luxury motor coach from the... [read more]