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Event Details Olde Englewood Village New Year's Eve Celebration
Date: 12/31/2017 until 1/1/2018
Time: 1:00 pm to 1:00 am
Location: Pioneer Park, 300 W. Dearborn St., Englewood, FL 34233 (View Map)

Description: Ring in the New Year on Dearborn Street, Olde Englewood Village for a non-stop party. Twinkle and Rock Soul Radio will be playing all night long in Pioneer Park, DJ Tom Brooks will be spinning the sounds of the 70’s and 80’s on Dearborn Street. Bring family and friends or meet up with friends to enjoy a variety of rides, midway games, food and a beer garden - attractions for all ages! Festivities start Saturday, December 30, at 2 pm until 10 pm and continue Sunday December 31, 2017 from 1 pm to 1 am Monday morning, New Year’s Day. Location: Pioneer Park, 300 W. Dearborn Street, Englewood 34233 Dates/Times: Saturday, December 30, 2017, 2 pm – 10 pm: Carnival rides and midway open to the public. Sunday December 31, 2017 at 1 pm until 1 am Monday on January 1, 2018 (New Year’s Day!): New Years Eve festivities. Admission: Free! For updates and more Information visit us on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/Englewood-New-Years-Eve- Celebration-1831369443820617/

For more information contact:
Ron Mellott
fuji680@bluemarble.net
941-487-8061

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Website: http://www.paragonartevents.com/S-66-Olde+Englewoo
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6th Annual Sarasota Winter Fine Art Festival
Date: 1/13/2018
Time: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Location: Downtown Sarasota, 33 S. Gulfstream, Sarasota, FL 34236 (View Map)

Description: The 6th Annual Sarasota Winter Fine Art Festival returns to downtown Sarasota on January 13-14, 2018 at its traditional location on Gulfstream between Cocoanut Ave. and McAnsh Square. The Humane Society of Sarasota County again graciously hosts this remarkable and prestigious art event, one of the finest in Florida and the nation. Artwork brought to Sarasota by the local, regional and national artisans transforms Gulfstream into an extraordinary outdoor gallery of original handmade art. This palette of art is created from spectacular creations in painting, sculpture, jewelry, photography, glass, ceramics, fiber and wearable art, mixed-media, woodworking and more. Discuss with the artists the option of commissioning a unique piece of art made specifically for you! The Sarasota Winter Fine Art Festival is open 10 am to 5 pm both Saturday and Sunday. Admission and parking are free. While there, stop by the HSSC’s “Big Mac” mobile adoption center. Say “hi” to their staff and extended family of loving friends where perhaps you will discover a life-long companion.

For more information contact:
Ron Mellott
fuji680@bluemarble.net
(941) 487-8061

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Website: http://www.paragonartevents.com/S-32-Sarasota+Wint
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6th Annual Sarasota Winter Fine Art Festival
Date: 1/14/2018
Time: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Location: Downtown Sarasota, 33 S. Gulfstream, Sarasota, FL 34236 (View Map)

Description: The 6th Annual Sarasota Winter Fine Art Festival returns to downtown Sarasota on January 13-14, 2018 at its traditional location on Gulfstream between Cocoanut Ave. and McAnsh Square. The Humane Society of Sarasota County again graciously hosts this remarkable and prestigious art event, one of the finest in Florida and the nation. Artwork brought to Sarasota by the local, regional and national artisans transforms Gulfstream into an extraordinary outdoor gallery of original handmade art. This palette of art is created from spectacular creations in painting, sculpture, jewelry, photography, glass, ceramics, fiber and wearable art, mixed-media, woodworking and more. Discuss with the artists the option of commissioning a unique piece of art made specifically for you! The Sarasota Winter Fine Art Festival is open 10 am to 5 pm both Saturday and Sunday. Admission and parking are free. While there, stop by the HSSC’s “Big Mac” mobile adoption center. Say “hi” to their staff and extended family of loving friends where perhaps you will discover a life-long companion.

For more information contact:
Ron Mellott
fuji680@bluemarble.net
(941) 487-8061

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Website: http://www.paragonartevents.com
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6th Annual Sarasota Winter Fine Art Festival
Date: 1/14/2018
Time: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Location: Downtown Sarasota, 33 S. Gulfstream, Sarasota, FL 34236 (View Map)

Description: The 6th Annual Sarasota Winter Fine Art Festival returns to downtown Sarasota on January 13-14, 2018 at its traditional location on Gulfstream between Cocoanut Ave. and McAnsh Square. The Humane Society of Sarasota County again graciously hosts this remarkable and prestigious art event, one of the finest in Florida and the nation. Artwork brought to Sarasota by the local, regional and national artisans transforms Gulfstream into an extraordinary outdoor gallery of original handmade art. This palette of art is created from spectacular creations in painting, sculpture, jewelry, photography, glass, ceramics, fiber and wearable art, mixed-media, woodworking and more. Discuss with the artists the option of commissioning a unique piece of art made specifically for you! The Sarasota Winter Fine Art Festival is open 10 am to 5 pm both Saturday and Sunday. Admission and parking are free. While there, stop by the HSSC’s “Big Mac” mobile adoption center. Say “hi” to their staff and extended family of loving friends where perhaps you will discover a life-long companion.

For more information contact:
Ron Mellott
fuji680@bluemarble.net
(941) 487-8061

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Website: http://www.paragonartevents.com/S-32-Sarasota+Wint
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NEW YEAR, NEW YOU!
Date: 1/16/2018
Time: 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Location: Abrams Dermatology (View Map)

Description: Join us for a day of giving back to you! Radiesse volumizer filler and Xeomin for expression lines along with the Obagi Blue Radiance peel will plump, smooth, and brighten your skin with little down time. $100 off any Radiesse filler $50 off any filler $15% of Xeomin $99 Obagi Blue Radiance Peel $50 Visa Gift Card with purchase of 20 units Xeomin (while supplies last) **FREE COSMETIC CONSULTATIONS** Call to schedule 941.926.2300

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Melissa Denisar
mdenisar@abramsderm.com
9419262300

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NEW YEAR, NEW YOU!
Date: 1/17/2018
Time: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Location: Abrams Dermatology (View Map)

Description: Join us for a day of giving back to you! Radiesse volumizer filler and Xeomin for expression lines along with the Obagi Blue Radiance peel will plump, smooth, and brighten your skin with little down time. $100 off any Radiesse filler $50 off any filler $15% of Xeomin $99 Obagi Blue Radiance Peel $50 Visa Gift Card with purchase of 20 units Xeomin (while supplies last) **FREE COSMETIC CONSULTATIONS** Call to schedule 941.926.2300

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Melissa Denisar
mdenisar@abramsderm.com
9419262300

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Sarasota Native American Indian Festival
Date: 1/19/2018
Time: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Location: Sarasota Fairgrounds (View Map)

Description: Come join us and experience the culture and artistry of the Native American people at the 11th annual Sarasota Native American Indian festival, January 19,20,21 2018 at the Sarasota Fairgrounds. Enjoy finding authentic handmade, one-of-a-kind fine arts and crafts, paintings, pottery, jewelry, sculpture, bead work and leather work, along with traditional dancing, drumming, story telling and Native American food. Rick Bird and the Bird Choppers are returning as our host drum this year. Rick's drum is called the “Bird Chopper.” Bird which is named after his Cherokee ancestor who fought for the Cherokee lands, "if it wasn’t for the ancestor’s steadfast opposition, the Cherokee reservation in North Carolina may not have ever been formed." Rick is also well known for working with children, passing the culture to the next generations.  He will be bringing the newest members of his grand baby tribe, who are all learning the dances, drum and flute in the circle. We are excited to see them again.  We are also honored to have three generations of the Mose family joining us this year, Allen Mose Sr., Allen Mose Jr,, and O. Jay Moz.   Allen Mose Sr. is a traditional Dine'h (Navajo) painter, philosopher of Navajo culture and traditional medicine. He uses a variety of media: charcoal, acrylic, oil, watercolor and his favorite, pastels. “Pastels,” said Moe, “are the pure pigment, the pure essence of color. You can mix them with a binder for watercolor or with oil.” When he does a paste, he uses the soft pastel first, then the medium, and then the hard for the details. He is very particular to make the details authentic. He says the young are not learning the traditions and the old are dying out, so it is his mission to keep the tradition pure.   Allen Mose Jr, (Navajo) Grammy Award Winning and Nammy Nominated Singer, Performer, Composer, Lecturer and Jeweler. Originally from the Navajo Nation. He is known across Indian Country as a respected pow wow singer/ song writer. For the last several years Allen has created his own new style of singing that has earned him listeners from across the globe. Allen has drawn upon his rich Navajo Indian heritage in establishing a reputation as one of North America’s foremost Native American Recording Artists.   Orian Jay Mose, (Navajo). Son of famed singer Allen Mose Jr, Orian is “The Youngest Native American Recording Artist In The History Of Native American Music” and also “The First and Youngest Navajo To Be A Professional Recording Artist In The Main Stream Music Industry.” He sings a blend of Northern Plains style with elements of Navajo social singing and presents songs that capture the excitement and energy of native youth across the country today. He is well known through out Indian Country as an accomplished native youth singer and a champion youth.  This festival will continue to be a tribute to the extraordinary life of artist Rex A. Begaye, its founder. His remarkable gifts as an artist and educator of Native American culture were the inspiration for this event focused on bringing authentic Native American culture to Sarasota.  Tickets at the gate, $8 adult, $4 children 6-12, 5 and under are free. For more info: pobsrq@gmail.com, facebook.com/sarasotanativefest, sarasotanativeamericanindianfestival.com

For more information contact:
Barbara Huntoon
pobsrq@gmail.com
941-928-7892

Event Posted by: Path of Beauty

Website: http://www.sarasotanativeamericanindianfestival.co
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Sarasota Native American Indian Festival
Date: 1/20/2018
Time: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Location: Sarasota Fairgrounds (View Map)

Description: Come join us and experience the culture and artistry of the Native American people at the 11th annual Sarasota Native American Indian festival, January 19,20,21 2018 at the Sarasota Fairgrounds. Enjoy finding authentic handmade, one-of-a-kind fine arts and crafts, paintings, pottery, jewelry, sculpture, bead work and leather work, along with traditional dancing, drumming, story telling and Native American food. Rick Bird and the Bird Choppers are returning as our host drum this year. Rick's drum is called the “Bird Chopper.” Bird which is named after his Cherokee ancestor who fought for the Cherokee lands, "if it wasn’t for the ancestor’s steadfast opposition, the Cherokee reservation in North Carolina may not have ever been formed." Rick is also well known for working with children, passing the culture to the next generations.  He will be bringing the newest members of his grand baby tribe, who are all learning the dances, drum and flute in the circle. We are excited to see them again.  We are also honored to have three generations of the Mose family joining us this year, Allen Mose Sr., Allen Mose Jr,, and O. Jay Moz.   Allen Mose Sr. is a traditional Dine'h (Navajo) painter, philosopher of Navajo culture and traditional medicine. He uses a variety of media: charcoal, acrylic, oil, watercolor and his favorite, pastels. “Pastels,” said Moe, “are the pure pigment, the pure essence of color. You can mix them with a binder for watercolor or with oil.” When he does a paste, he uses the soft pastel first, then the medium, and then the hard for the details. He is very particular to make the details authentic. He says the young are not learning the traditions and the old are dying out, so it is his mission to keep the tradition pure.   Allen Mose Jr, (Navajo) Grammy Award Winning and Nammy Nominated Singer, Performer, Composer, Lecturer and Jeweler. Originally from the Navajo Nation. He is known across Indian Country as a respected pow wow singer/ song writer. For the last several years Allen has created his own new style of singing that has earned him listeners from across the globe. Allen has drawn upon his rich Navajo Indian heritage in establishing a reputation as one of North America’s foremost Native American Recording Artists.   Orian Jay Mose, (Navajo). Son of famed singer Allen Mose Jr, Orian is “The Youngest Native American Recording Artist In The History Of Native American Music” and also “The First and Youngest Navajo To Be A Professional Recording Artist In The Main Stream Music Industry.” He sings a blend of Northern Plains style with elements of Navajo social singing and presents songs that capture the excitement and energy of native youth across the country today. He is well known through out Indian Country as an accomplished native youth singer and a champion youth.  This festival will continue to be a tribute to the extraordinary life of artist Rex A. Begaye, its founder. His remarkable gifts as an artist and educator of Native American culture were the inspiration for this event focused on bringing authentic Native American culture to Sarasota.  Tickets at the gate, $8 adult, $4 children 6-12, 5 and under are free. For more info: pobsrq@gmail.com, facebook.com/sarasotanativefest, sarasotanativeamericanindianfestival.com

For more information contact:
Barbara Huntoon
pobsrq@gmail.com
941-928-7892

Event Posted by: Path of Beauty

Website: http://www.sarasotanativeamericanindianfestival.co
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3rd Annual Sarasota Seafood & Music Festival
Date: 1/20/2018
Time: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Location: Downtown Sarasota on Gulfstream, 33 S. Gulfstream, Sarasota, FL 34236 (View Map)

Description: Join us January 20-21, 2018 for the 3rd Annual Sarasota Seafood & Music Festival, now held on Gulfstream between Cocoanut & McAnsh in downtown Sarasota. Hours both Saturday and Sunday are 10 am to 6 pm. General admission to the event and live musical performances is FREE. A VIP Tent is available with an admission of $130 that includes: an open raw bar serving oysters, shrimp and crab legs, an open bar serving premium drinks and a tented seating area with linens on the tables. Tickets for the VIP Tent can be purchased at https://www.eventliveus.com/purchase/event/611035 . The event is graciously hosted by the Sarasota Downtown Merchants Association. Enjoy exquisite meals cooked onsite incorporating the freshest ingredients by local restaurants and food purveyors. Menu items include a variety of fish, shrimp and crab delicacies, also both meat and vegetarian dishes. All seafood items are prepared using fresh, local and sustainable ocean resources from the Florida Gulf Coast. Both alcoholic (beer, wine and mixed-drinks) and non-alcoholic drinks (water, sodas and blended fruit drinks) are available. While savoring your meal, sit back and relax to some of Florida’s top musical groups. Performances are live on-stage in musical genres from Rock N’ Roll, Jazz and Blues to reggae and steel pan sounds. This year’s performers include RJ Howson, Sarasota Steel Pan Band, Hard Luck Society, Twinkle & Rock Soul Radio on Saturday. Sunday performers are Act 3, Kettle of Fish, The Black Honkeys Band and Reverend Barry & Funktastic Soul. The 3rd Annual Sarasota Seafood & Music Festival. January 20-21, 2018 from 10 am - 6 pm. Come enjoy our creation! YOU are the final ingredient to the masterpiece!

For more information contact:
Ron Mellott
fuji680@bluemarble.net
941-487-8061

Event Posted by: fuji680

Website: http://www.seafoodfestivals.com/S-41-3rd+Annual+Sa
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Sarasota Native American Indian Festival
Date: 1/21/2018
Time: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Location: Sarasota Fairgrounds (View Map)

Description: Come join us and experience the culture and artistry of the Native American people at the 11th annual Sarasota Native American Indian festival, January 19,20,21 2018 at the Sarasota Fairgrounds. Enjoy finding authentic handmade, one-of-a-kind fine arts and crafts, paintings, pottery, jewelry, sculpture, bead work and leather work, along with traditional dancing, drumming, story telling and Native American food. Rick Bird and the Bird Choppers are returning as our host drum this year. Rick's drum is called the “Bird Chopper.” Bird which is named after his Cherokee ancestor who fought for the Cherokee lands, "if it wasn’t for the ancestor’s steadfast opposition, the Cherokee reservation in North Carolina may not have ever been formed." Rick is also well known for working with children, passing the culture to the next generations.  He will be bringing the newest members of his grand baby tribe, who are all learning the dances, drum and flute in the circle. We are excited to see them again.  We are also honored to have three generations of the Mose family joining us this year, Allen Mose Sr., Allen Mose Jr,, and O. Jay Moz.   Allen Mose Sr. is a traditional Dine'h (Navajo) painter, philosopher of Navajo culture and traditional medicine. He uses a variety of media: charcoal, acrylic, oil, watercolor and his favorite, pastels. “Pastels,” said Moe, “are the pure pigment, the pure essence of color. You can mix them with a binder for watercolor or with oil.” When he does a paste, he uses the soft pastel first, then the medium, and then the hard for the details. He is very particular to make the details authentic. He says the young are not learning the traditions and the old are dying out, so it is his mission to keep the tradition pure.   Allen Mose Jr, (Navajo) Grammy Award Winning and Nammy Nominated Singer, Performer, Composer, Lecturer and Jeweler. Originally from the Navajo Nation. He is known across Indian Country as a respected pow wow singer/ song writer. For the last several years Allen has created his own new style of singing that has earned him listeners from across the globe. Allen has drawn upon his rich Navajo Indian heritage in establishing a reputation as one of North America’s foremost Native American Recording Artists.   Orian Jay Mose, (Navajo). Son of famed singer Allen Mose Jr, Orian is “The Youngest Native American Recording Artist In The History Of Native American Music” and also “The First and Youngest Navajo To Be A Professional Recording Artist In The Main Stream Music Industry.” He sings a blend of Northern Plains style with elements of Navajo social singing and presents songs that capture the excitement and energy of native youth across the country today. He is well known through out Indian Country as an accomplished native youth singer and a champion youth.  This festival will continue to be a tribute to the extraordinary life of artist Rex A. Begaye, its founder. His remarkable gifts as an artist and educator of Native American culture were the inspiration for this event focused on bringing authentic Native American culture to Sarasota.  Tickets at the gate, $8 adult, $4 children 6-12, 5 and under are free. For more info: pobsrq@gmail.com, facebook.com/sarasotanativefest, sarasotanativeamericanindianfestival.com

For more information contact:
Barbara Huntoon
pobsrq@gmail.com
941-928-7892

Event Posted by: Path of Beauty

Website: http://www.sarasotanativeamericanindianfestival.co
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Sarasota Native American Indian Festival
Date: 1/22/2018
Time: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Location: Sarasota Fairgrounds (View Map)

Description: Come join us and experience the culture and artistry of the Native American people at the 11th annual Sarasota Native American Indian festival, January 19,20,21 2018 at the Sarasota Fairgrounds. Enjoy finding authentic handmade, one-of-a-kind fine arts and crafts, paintings, pottery, jewelry, sculpture, bead work and leather work, along with traditional dancing, drumming, story telling and Native American food. Rick Bird and the Bird Choppers are returning as our host drum this year. Rick's drum is called the “Bird Chopper.” Bird which is named after his Cherokee ancestor who fought for the Cherokee lands, "if it wasn’t for the ancestor’s steadfast opposition, the Cherokee reservation in North Carolina may not have ever been formed." Rick is also well known for working with children, passing the culture to the next generations.  He will be bringing the newest members of his grand baby tribe, who are all learning the dances, drum and flute in the circle. We are excited to see them again.  We are also honored to have three generations of the Mose family joining us this year, Allen Mose Sr., Allen Mose Jr,, and O. Jay Moz.   Allen Mose Sr. is a traditional Dine'h (Navajo) painter, philosopher of Navajo culture and traditional medicine. He uses a variety of media: charcoal, acrylic, oil, watercolor and his favorite, pastels. “Pastels,” said Moe, “are the pure pigment, the pure essence of color. You can mix them with a binder for watercolor or with oil.” When he does a paste, he uses the soft pastel first, then the medium, and then the hard for the details. He is very particular to make the details authentic. He says the young are not learning the traditions and the old are dying out, so it is his mission to keep the tradition pure.   Allen Mose Jr, (Navajo) Grammy Award Winning and Nammy Nominated Singer, Performer, Composer, Lecturer and Jeweler. Originally from the Navajo Nation. He is known across Indian Country as a respected pow wow singer/ song writer. For the last several years Allen has created his own new style of singing that has earned him listeners from across the globe. Allen has drawn upon his rich Navajo Indian heritage in establishing a reputation as one of North America’s foremost Native American Recording Artists.   Orian Jay Mose, (Navajo). Son of famed singer Allen Mose Jr, Orian is “The Youngest Native American Recording Artist In The History Of Native American Music” and also “The First and Youngest Navajo To Be A Professional Recording Artist In The Main Stream Music Industry.” He sings a blend of Northern Plains style with elements of Navajo social singing and presents songs that capture the excitement and energy of native youth across the country today. He is well known through out Indian Country as an accomplished native youth singer and a champion youth.  This festival will continue to be a tribute to the extraordinary life of artist Rex A. Begaye, its founder. His remarkable gifts as an artist and educator of Native American culture were the inspiration for this event focused on bringing authentic Native American culture to Sarasota.  Tickets at the gate, $8 adult, $4 children 6-12, 5 and under are free. For more info: pobsrq@gmail.com, facebook.com/sarasotanativefest, sarasotanativeamericanindianfestival.com

For more information contact:
Barbara Huntoon
pobsrq@gmail.com
941-928-7892

Event Posted by: Path of Beauty

Website: http://www.sarasotanativeamericanindianfestival.co
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3rd Annual Sarasota Seafood & Music Festival
Date: 1/22/2018
Time: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Location: Downtown Sarasota on Gulfstream, 33 S. Gulfstream, Sarasota, FL 34236 (View Map)

Description: Join us January 20-21, 2018 for the 3rd Annual Sarasota Seafood & Music Festival, now held on Gulfstream between Cocoanut & McAnsh in downtown Sarasota. Hours both Saturday and Sunday are 10 am to 6 pm. General admission to the event and live musical performances is FREE. A VIP Tent is available with an admission of $130 that includes: an open raw bar serving oysters, shrimp and crab legs, an open bar serving premium drinks and a tented seating area with linens on the tables. Tickets for the VIP Tent can be purchased at https://www.eventliveus.com/purchase/event/611035 . The event is graciously hosted by the Sarasota Downtown Merchants Association. Enjoy exquisite meals cooked onsite incorporating the freshest ingredients by local restaurants and food purveyors. Menu items include a variety of fish, shrimp and crab delicacies, also both meat and vegetarian dishes. All seafood items are prepared using fresh, local and sustainable ocean resources from the Florida Gulf Coast. Both alcoholic (beer, wine and mixed-drinks) and non-alcoholic drinks (water, sodas and blended fruit drinks) are available. While savoring your meal, sit back and relax to some of Florida’s top musical groups. Performances are live on-stage in musical genres from Rock N’ Roll, Jazz and Blues to reggae and steel pan sounds. This year’s performers include RJ Howson, Sarasota Steel Pan Band, Hard Luck Society, Twinkle & Rock Soul Radio on Saturday. Sunday performers are Act 3, Kettle of Fish, The Black Honkeys Band and Reverend Barry & Funktastic Soul. The 3rd Annual Sarasota Seafood & Music Festival. January 20-21, 2018 from 10 am - 6 pm. Come enjoy our creation! YOU are the final ingredient to the masterpiece!

For more information contact:
Ron Mellott
fuji680@bluemarble.net
941-487-8061

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Website: http://www.seafoodfestivals.com/S-41-3rd+Annual+Sa
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Fourth Friday at the Downtown Village
Date: 1/26/2018
Time: 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Location: Historic Downtown Village of Sarasota, 1861 Fruitville Rd., Sarasota, FL (View Map)

Description: Join us for our monthly Fourth Friday events in the Historic Downtown Village of Sarasota. Enjoy live music, food vendors, guest vendors, and specials at the unique shops in the Village. This month's musicians are Michael Miller, playing original music and classic favorites, and Ryan Carney playing reggae and rock. Check the "Fourth Friday at the Downtown Village!" Facebook event page for details on shops, vendors, and activities: https://www.facebook.com/events/1570226853013691/ Bring your friends and spend a fun evening at the Downtown Village!

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Sue Forbes
theartfulgiraffe@aol.com
941-388-3700

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String Quartet ETHEL Premieres "Circus: Wandering CIty"
Date: 1/26/2018
Time: 7:30 pm to 10:00 pm
Location: Historic Asolo Theater at The Ringling Museum of Art (View Map)

Description: Circus: Wandering City, created by ETHEL in partnership with The John and Mable Ringling Museum and projection director Grant McDonald, is a full-evening, multi-media performance program inspired by the heroes behind the magic of the Big Top. Performed seamlessly, the work combines stunning images and films from the Ringling’s unmatched archives, intricate projection mapping, and original music composed by members of the quartet.

For more information contact:
April thibeault
april@amtpublicrelations.com


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Website: http://www.ringling.org
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Englewood Seafood & Music Festival
Date: 1/27/2018
Time: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Location: Pioneer Park, 300 W. Dearborn St., Englewood, FL 34233 (View Map)

Description: Join us January 27-28, 2018 for a weekend of great food and music as a new tradition in Englewood commences: the Englewood Seafood & Music Festival. Held in Pioneer Park on West Dearborn Street, hours both Saturday and Sunday are 10 am to 6 pm and general admission to the event and live musical performances is FREE. The event is hosted by the Olde Englewood Village Association, Sarasota County Government and the Englewood Community Redevelopment Agency. Creation of the event is approached with the same philosophy as a great meal: the expert selection and combining of ingredients. Delicious foods are cooked onsite by local restaurants and food purveyors using only the freshest ingredients. All seafood dishes are prepared using sustainable ocean resources from the Florida Gulf Coast. Meat entrees and a variety of vegetarian and rice dishes also are on the menus. Alcoholic drinks (beer, wine and mixed-drinks) and non-alcoholic drinks (water, sodas and blended fruit drinks) are available. Enjoy your meal while listening to some of Florida’s top musical groups. Performances are live on-stage in musical genres from rock, jazz and blues to reggae and steel pan sounds. Musicians and their performance times will be posted to the event website as the event nears. Also enjoy a Marketplace of arts, crafts and fine products. Come partake of the feast! Remember: the final and most important ingredient is YOU! NOTE: Please check our event website below for updated information on musical performers and their performance times.

For more information contact:
Ron Mellott
fuji680@bluemarble.net
941-487-8061

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Website: http://www.seafoodfestivals.com
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String Quartet ETHEL Premieres "Circus: Wandering CIty"
Date: 1/27/2018
Time: 7:30 pm to 10:00 pm
Location: Historic Asolo Theater at The Ringling Museum of Art (View Map)

Description: Circus: Wandering City, created by ETHEL in partnership with The John and Mable Ringling Museum and projection director Grant McDonald, is a full-evening, multi-media performance program inspired by the heroes behind the magic of the Big Top. Performed seamlessly, the work combines stunning images and films from the Ringling’s unmatched archives, intricate projection mapping, and original music composed by members of the quartet.

For more information contact:
April thibeault
april@amtpublicrelations.com


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Website: http://www.ringling.org
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Englewood Seafood & Music Festival
Date: 1/28/2018
Time: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Location: Pioneer Park, 300 W. Dearborn St., Englewood, FL 34233 (View Map)

Description: Join us January 27-28, 2018 for a weekend of great food and music as a new tradition in Englewood commences: the Englewood Seafood & Music Festival. Held in Pioneer Park on West Dearborn Street, hours both Saturday and Sunday are 10 am to 6 pm and general admission to the event and live musical performances is FREE. The event is hosted by the Olde Englewood Village Association, Sarasota County Government and the Englewood Community Redevelopment Agency. Creation of the event is approached with the same philosophy as a great meal: the expert selection and combining of ingredients. Delicious foods are cooked onsite by local restaurants and food purveyors using only the freshest ingredients. All seafood dishes are prepared using sustainable ocean resources from the Florida Gulf Coast. Meat entrees and a variety of vegetarian and rice dishes also are on the menus. Alcoholic drinks (beer, wine and mixed-drinks) and non-alcoholic drinks (water, sodas and blended fruit drinks) are available. Enjoy your meal while listening to some of Florida’s top musical groups. Performances are live on-stage in musical genres from rock, jazz and blues to reggae and steel pan sounds. Musicians and their performance times will be posted to the event website as the event nears. Also enjoy a Marketplace of arts, crafts and fine products. Come partake of the feast! Remember: the final and most important ingredient is YOU! NOTE: Please check our event website below for updated information on musical performers and their performance times.

For more information contact:
Ron Mellott
fuji680@bluemarble.net
941-487-8061

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Englewood Seafood & Music Festival
Date: 1/29/2018
Time: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Location: Pioneer Park, 300 W. Dearborn St., Englewood, FL 34233 (View Map)

Description: Join us January 27-28, 2018 for a weekend of great food and music as a new tradition in Englewood commences: the Englewood Seafood & Music Festival. Held in Pioneer Park on West Dearborn Street, hours both Saturday and Sunday are 10 am to 6 pm and general admission to the event and live musical performances is FREE. The event is hosted by the Olde Englewood Village Association, Sarasota County Government and the Englewood Community Redevelopment Agency. Creation of the event is approached with the same philosophy as a great meal: the expert selection and combining of ingredients. Delicious foods are cooked onsite by local restaurants and food purveyors using only the freshest ingredients. All seafood dishes are prepared using sustainable ocean resources from the Florida Gulf Coast. Meat entrees and a variety of vegetarian and rice dishes also are on the menus. Alcoholic drinks (beer, wine and mixed-drinks) and non-alcoholic drinks (water, sodas and blended fruit drinks) are available. Enjoy your meal while listening to some of Florida’s top musical groups. Performances are live on-stage in musical genres from rock, jazz and blues to reggae and steel pan sounds. Musicians and their performance times will be posted to the event website as the event nears. Also enjoy a Marketplace of arts, crafts and fine products. Come partake of the feast! Remember: the final and most important ingredient is YOU! NOTE: Please check our event website below for updated information on musical performers and their performance times.

For more information contact:
Ron Mellott
fuji680@bluemarble.net
941-487-8061

Event Posted by: fuji680

Website: http://www.seafoodfestivals.com/S-56-Englewood+Se
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