Friday, March 27, 2015

Weekend Top 6 Picks for March 28th and 29th.

Saturday March 28, 2015
10am to 4pm Free. Hannibal Square Heritage Center Folk and Urban Art Festival. Hannibal Square Heritage Center 642 W New England Ave, Winter Park, Florida. The sixth annual festival celebrates the works of more than 25 artists, including members of the original Florida Highwaymen and the B-Side Artists collective. A highlight will be the demonstrations of life casting by Crealdé artist-in-residence Rigoberto Torres, who is creating a sculpture of Richard Hall Jr., a decorated Tuskegee Airman and Hannibal Square neighborhood hero. Featured music: the Porchdogs Cajun and Zydeco Band and Orisi Risi African Folklore. A "Kid-folk" workshop offers "The Aztec Encounter and Musical Parade." Food trucks will be serving.

10am to 5pm Free. Scooters 4 Hooters and Ellen's Walk With the Angels. Lake Eola Park, 195 N Rosalind Ave, Orlando, Florida. A day of fun including a 4k walk, 22 mile escorted scooter ride, live bands, silent auction, vendors, and much more!!!

3pm to 5pm Free.  'STRUCTURE & PERSPECTIVE' Artist Panel Conversation. Snap! Orlando Snap! Space / Snap! Orlando 1013 E Colonial Dr, Orlando, Florida. Join us at Snap! Space 3-5 PM for an artist panel conversation with:
DAN L. HESS
JUAN TRAVIESO
CHRISTOPH MORLINGHAUS
RYAN BUYSSENS
Please RSVP here.
Their work is currently on display in our 'STRUCTURE & PERSPECTIVE' exhibit. Learn more about the artists at.

Sunday March 29, 2015
11am to 2pm No cover, order Brunch. Kaleigh Baker for Rejuvenation Brunch. Maxine's on Shine 337 Shine Ave, Orlando, FL. Brunch is meant to be delicious, lighthearted and whenever possible shared with friends and loved ones. What better way to enjoy the day than with soothing and grooving sounds played live from some of the area’s best soft rock and folk musicians from 11am to 2pm while we rejuvenate the very essence of your well cocktailed souls? Full and eclectic brunch menu, ginormous hand crafted bloody Mary’s, mimosas, and sangria.
For brunch entertainment, one time Orlando resident Kaleigh Baker returns to the stage. Truly one of our greatest talents that now resides more on the road, then our humble abode…come out and hear her voice full of blues and soul, as all things become better within the fold, of her music, our food & drink, and an atmosphere conducive to celebrating life is very good in the Greater Orlando Neighborhood. Also see original art from Analog Artist Digital World on display.

11am to 4pm. Free. Bach Fest Musicians perform in the Maitland Art Museum. 231 Packwood Ave, Maitland, FL.

Noon to 2pm. Free. Letters of Love. Gather at Lake Eola at the green space near the corner of Eola and Central. We'll write letters of encouragement and love to and for the people of Orlando. Then we’ll distribute them throughout the city.

Romantic eatery with regular live music, featuring an eclectic menu & whimsical '40s-style decor.337 Shine Ave, Orlando, FL


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