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shipshape 2019

Due to scheduling issues, the Keep Port Everglades ShipShape event will not be held in 2019. We hope to bring this family-friendly event back in 2020.

shipshape 2018

Keep Port Everglades ShipShape 2018 was a complete success with more than 100 budding Picassos, Van Goghs and Pollocks putting brush to canvas — or should we say recycled oil drums — to  celebrate National Maritime Day.

This community service event would not be possible if not for Port Consolidated, which donates the recycled 55-gallon drums.

Many thanks also go out to:

  • HandsOn Broward for handing registration and providing volunteers
  • BSO Fire Rescue Station 6 for providing the yummy popcorn and snow cones
  • Ayco Farms for donating pineapples, melons and cantaloupes for everyone to enjoy
  • Port Everglades Public Works staff for all their hard work and heavy lifting
  • Our judging panel, which included Lori Baer, Port Everglades Association; Chief Harris Henbest, BSO Fire Rescue Station 6; Sgt. Jay Santalucia, BSO; Peg Buchan, Port Everglades; and Meredith Clements, Broward County Cultural Council

Don't forget to mark your calendars for ShipShip 2019, which will be held on Saturday, May 18, 2019, in the Midport Parking Garage. 

Scroll down to check out the fun from Keep Port Everglades Shipshape 2018!

Congratulations to the winners in the Kids, Teen, Adult and 90th Anniversary categories:

Group picture of winners of the Kids DivisionGroup photo of the Teen Division winners

Group photo of the Adult Division winnersGroup photo of the 90th anniversary winnersPhoto of 3rd place winner in Kids DivisionPhoto of 3rd place winner for Kids

Photo of 1st place winner for Teens

Photo of  1st Place kidsphoto of little boy by his panted barrel

Photo of three teens painting a drumPhoto of woman painting a drum

Photo of two teen girls paint a drumPhoto of little boy painting a drum

Photo of little girl painting a drumPhoto of little girl and month painting a drum


Photo of boy and mother painting drumPhoto of teen girl painting a drum.

Photo of man painting a drumPhoto of two teen girls standing inside their drums

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