Ange, If you really want to make sure your kids are exposed to music, you're probably better off seeking a good tutor, rather than a school with some vague program. I survived 8 years of choir with a mostly tone deaf choirmaster, but that's probably not something I should admit in public. And no, I don't play an instrument - or worse sing - today.... more
Pembroke Pines is a safe modern city, with beautiful communities that are very family oriented, great schools "A" schools.
Near Fort Luderdale and Miami Airports, this greta city has greta shopping expierence with the new open Pembroke Gardens mall whic future great stores and good restaurants,near by is the brand new Fresh Maarket.
Over all Pembroke Pines is a city between Dade & Broward county that is a wonderful city with excellent communities, great parks, excellent schools and very good restaurants, shopping centers .
If you need any more particular information about this great town , contact me at any time
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A wide selection of stores and restaraunts, nightlife entertainment whether dining indoors or outdoors. Great shopping malls, movie theatres, conveniently located for transportation purposes, close to all major highways which can commute you north or south to the next major city in 20 minutes or less. Great schools, colleges and neighbors. I have lived in Pembroke Pines for 15 years. When my husband and I purchased our home together 15 years ago the previous owner happen to be a Realtor and he said "This is your first home? you will probably only be here for less than 5 years" Here we are 15 years later. We have the best neighbors and my child loves it here. Very family oriented and very highly recommended.... more
Hurricanes can never be taken lightly no matter what the category is. I am a native Floridian and have lived in Miami and Pembroke Pines for over 40 combined years. I have been through several hurricanes, including hurricane Andrew. I have lived in Pembroke Pines now for 15 years and we have had several hurricanes brush us and really never caused more than power outages and fallen trees and some roof damage.
The category alone of a storm is not the only thing to consider but also what side of the eye you are on when the storm hits. North of the eye or south of the eye. This determines where the stronger winds are and how much more severe damage a storm can impact. Good example, even though Wilma was a category 2 it did more roof damage to the Broward area because we got battered by the stronger winds because of the directon of the eye of the storm when it hit. A few years before that a category 3 brushed by us and there were fallen trees and power outages and barely anyones roofs were damaged. Always be prepared no matter what category! Stock up and board up.... more