Features art work attending four Polk middle schools with an intensive arts curriculum-Davenport School of the Arts, Jewett School of the Arts (Winter Haven), McLaughlin Middle And Fine Arts Academy (Lake Wales) and Rochelle School of the Arts (Lakeland),
Professional musicians from the Sarasota Orchestra have formed the Chamber Players of Sarasota for the first of a 3-concert chamber music series at Eckerd College. Featuring works by Mozart and Schubert. Upcoming concerts are set for February 14 and April 18, 2010.
36th Annual Temple Terrace Community Arts Festival at Riverhills Park, on Saturday, November 14th and Sunday, November 15th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. The Festival is a judged Fine Arts and Crafts Show set on a bank of the Hillsborough River. Prizes totaling over $6,000.00 will be awarded to participating artists at the discretion of experienced art judges.
This event is designed for the community with vendors and displays,food, activities for all ages, live music, and much more. Most important are the health education talks on diabetes, nutrition, osteoporis, and more. Testing and services such as immunizations, men's health and women's health will be offered to the public for free or for a small fee depending on the test.
Holiday shopping early, in a socially-conscious way. It’s easy! Visit www.APEDF.org/auction for Uhuru Holiday Online Auction now- November 15th. Get great deals on amazing variety of one-of- a-kind gifts. Your winning bid funds African Village Survival Initiative, building self-reliance in the African community.
All day Christian Concert variety of Christian Artist's for the American Cancer Society Relay For Life $5.00 donation kids under 10 free. All proceeds go to the American Cancer Society. Everyone has been affected by cancer and this concert not only will raise money but help people know that they are not alone in this fight against Cancer
Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address provides the core text for this original theatrical composition, combining experimental vocal music, speech, and movement. Composed by Professor of Music Stephen Miles and Adjunct Professor of Theater Margaret Eginton, “Living and Dead” features seven New College students performing in the intimate space of the College Hall Music Room.