The Association of Poinciana Villages (APV) has partnered with U First Sports to host APV’s first national basketball showcase between the U15 and U16 National Teams of Puerto Rico and the United States. This action-packed event will be held Saturday, July 1 at the Mary Jane Arrington Gymnasium, located at Vance Harmon Park, 625 Country Club Drive in Poinciana.
Doors open at 2 p.m. The first game will begin at 3 p.m. followed by the second game at 4:30 p.m. Admission for adults is $5 and kids 15 and under are free to enter, as long as they are accompanied by an adult. This event is open to all APV residents and the public.
“As part of our newly completed facilities at Vance Harmon Park, we are excited to bring sporting events like this one to our community for everyone to enjoy,” said Mark Maldonado, APV General Manager. “I encourage all community members to join us for this national showcase and see first hand the wonderful new gym.”
To register for this event, please visit: https://secure.ezfacility.com/TMSSelfService/NoAuth/Login.aspx?FID=11735
Following the basketball games, residents can then participate in the 2017 Independence Day Fireworks Spectacular. It’s taking place from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. at APV’s Activity Campus Area, located at 445 Marigold Avenue in Poinciana. APV recommends attendees arrive early as parking at the event site will be limited. However, the association has arranged for a complimentary shuttle service that will transport guests to and from additional satellite parking. The evening’s festivities will culminate with a large scale fireworks display that is synchronized to music.
For more information about upcoming events and activities, please visit http://apvcommunity.com/lifestyle. For more information about event sponsorship opportunities, please contact Trish Moore at 863-427-0900 or Trish.email@example.com.
About the Association of Poinciana Villages
The Association of Poinciana Villages, Inc. (APV) is one of the largest homeowner’s associations in the United States, serving more than 65,000 residents. The 47,000-acre, unincorporated, suburban community encompasses both Polk and Osceola counties, perfectly nestled between Haines City and Kissimmee, Florida. The Association of Poinciana Villages maintains its core vision of continuing to be one of the best places in all of central Florida to live and raise a family. Visit apvcommunity.com for more information.