Past Events

The winners of the Parents Hunt for Art!

First Place – Victoria Bazar – 6th Grade 












Second Place – Jane Cohen – 2nd Grade















Third Place – Antonelle DaCunha – 4th Grade














Honorable Mentions and Top 3 Pieces




Surfside’s 75 Year Anniversary

Like a good bottle of wine, the Town of Surfside improves with age.  The commemorative to the 75th anniversary of Surfside’s inception on May 16th, 2010 was the talk of the town, bringing together the diversity of Surfside’s residents all for one common goal – to have fun!











4th Annual Surfside Arts Festival

Free to the public and featuring a commemorative to the 75th anniversary of Surfside’s inception, the Surfside Arts Festival on the weekend of March 13th was the place to be for art lovers!

















Judges visit Surfside to help residents

Judges from the Miami Dade Courts hosting an informational town hall meeting on March 13th to discuss common issues involving condominium associations, mortgage foreclosures, small claims and landlord/tenant disputes. With over 50 participants, it was a great success! 









Business District Hosts a Successful Holiday Musical Event

During the afternoon on Dec. 9, 2009 the Surfside Business Association (SBA) & HSBC sponsored a “Holiday Musical Event” and the arrival of Santa Claus in the downtown district which featured the fabulous Choir from Ruth K. Broad Bay Harbor K-8. The children’s choir strolled down Harding Avenue and visited many of the stores and restaurants, bringing the joyful spirit of the season.


Residents, visitors, business owners and shoppers were treated to the sweet “sounds of the season” and the choir members extended warm wishes to everyone for a Happy Holidays, Happy Hanukkah, Merry Christmas, Happy Kwanzaa and Feliz Navidad.





Many thanks to former Surfside Mayor and current SBA president Eli Tourgeman, who was responsible for organizing the musical showcase. “There were so many individuals and departments that contribute to

the success of this event”, said Eli.


He also extended a special “thank you” to others who assisted:


         All the Surfside merchants for the warm welcome they gave to the kids and their generous donations which

         help support the choir group.


         Abigal Rubin, music teacher, for her time and effort.


         The children in the choir from Ruth K. Broad Bay Harbor K-8 for their voices and enthusiasm.


         Rafael Borrero from HSBC for his role as Santa Claus.


         Alberto Aguirre for collecting the much needed donations.


         The Surfside Police Department for providing parking to the parents of the choir.


         Ruben Coto, Duncan Tavares for helping guide Santa and the choir.







HSBC Bank Supports the Miami Beach Senior Jazz Combo at their Premier Event, showcasing Britto’s art work










Winners of

“Light Up Surfside”

for the Holidays





First Place






Second Place






Third Place








Honorable Mentions

















The Surfside Business Association thanks all participating

merchants for their time and efforts in the 3rd Annual
“Parents Hunt for Art”. This year we had almost 100%

participation from all merchants within the Surfside business district!


Special thanks to the following individuals:

 Ruben Coto

John Pardo

Jody Roodman

Eli Tourgeman

Maggie Vidal-Santos

John Germain

Duncan Tavares

Selma Bilstein

Joseph Cintron

Luelle Lorens