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  1. Tribute to Sha na na and other Rock and Roll Legends Fundraiser

    January 21, 2017, 7:00 PM - March 21, 2017, 10:00 PM @ Community Building

    ShaNaNa Tribute Artists The Studebakers will be performing and hosting our Ttribute to Elvis Presley,Buddy Holly,Roy Orbison,Ricky Nelson,Neil Diamond, Motown,The Everly Brothers,Sam theSham, Dion and the Belmonts.The Royal Guardsman,Johnny Cash,Shelley Fabares,Sonny & Cher and more plus special guest speaker. Dress up as a greaser or pink lady. Soft drinks and Snacks available for purchase at the Concession Stand. Special parking for Classic Cars. General Admission is $19.50, VIP seating $23.50 All proceeds to benefit charitable organizations such as Atypical Children,Wounded Warriors and other needy organizations. All portions of show subject to change. No refunds. For further info call(407)962-0263, Website and to buy tickets

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  2. Serenity Saturday on February 18

    February 18, 2017, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Modernism Museum Mount Dora

    Did you know creativity can be a form of meditation? Join us for a low-key morning of serenity at Modernism Museum Mount Dora. The Museum will provide colored pencils and coloring pages and participants will have an hour of tranquil, adult coloring time. No instructions, no stress, no expectations – just the time and freedom to express your individual creativity while surrounded by art. Seats are very limited so register today.

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  1. Essential Oils: Love Is Essential!

    February 18, 2017, 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM @ W T Bland Public Library

    Come learn how essential oils can put some spice in your life and family! Special treats and fun make and take. 100% family friendly!

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  2. Wildlife Photography

    February 18, 2017, 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM @ W T Bland Public Library

    Join Mark Harris as he explains how to photograph objects in their natural habitat. Mr. Harris will discuss the basics of photographing wildlife as well as the many different techniques that can be used to capture that special moment. This workshop is for both beginning and skilled photographers. The second portion of the Basics of Wildlife Photography Workshop will be spent in our Butterfly Garden. Please bring your camera!

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