The Antiques Show and Appraisals hours are 10 am – 4 pm on both Friday and Saturday, January 29-30 at Phillippi Estate Park located at 5500 S. Tamiami Trail, in Sarasota. Admission to the Antiques Show is $5.00 for a full weekend pass.
On Tuesday, February 9th, the new 11-member touring ensemble from Warner University in Lake Wales, "The Young Americans," will be performing as the featured artists for the monthly meeting of the Tuesday Music Club of Lakeland.
The Sarasota Concert Association is pleased to present Cheryl Losey on harp and Betsy Hudson Traba on flute in a Munchtime Musicales performance, February 17, noon, at David Cohen Hall inside the Beatrice Friedman Symphony Center, 709 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota. The concerts are free and open to the public.
Whether playing the great standards of the piano trio repertoire or daring contemporary works, the three young women who make up the celebrated Eroica Trio electrify the concert stage with their performances of depth and precision. At this Sarasota Concert Association presentation, the ensemble will perform a program that includes works by Beethoven, Joan Tower and Brahms.
Bradenton Musica Sacra, the Florida Gulf Coast's sacred music ensemble presents 'Divinely Copland', a concert celebrating the sacred works of Aaron Copland. Featured will be his 'In the Beginning' and settings of 'Zion's Walls', 'At the River', 'Simple Gifts' and others.
The program is under the direction of Musica Sacra's music director, Robert Parrish.
State Represenative Rich Glorioso is calling for the resignation of Tampa Bay Work Force Alliance's CEO Renee Gilmore, in an announceent yesterday by Merlin Entertainment; Polk County's Cypress Gardens is expected to be transformed into the world's largest Lego Land by the end of 2011, Florida's unemployment rate increases to 11.8 percent, Pinellas County works on its own rail system, and a redistricting amendment is now on the ballot.
Balancing Water Uses
When the rare overnight freeze moves into the Bay area, farmers typically turn on the sprinklers and blanket their crops with an insulating layer of ice. In the short term, that doesn’t usually cause significant problems. But after 11 days of freezing temperatures, all the watering depleted the state’s underground aquifer and led to dry wells for hundreds of homeowners and dozens of sinkholes that have damaged homes and closed roads. This week, we’ll talk about how we balance the interests of agriculture and people when it comes to the state’s water resources.