Friday, October 21, 2016

Weekend Top 6 Picks for October 22 and 23.

Saturday October 22, 2016
9am to 5pm Museum entry price. Adult $19.95, Youth $13.95 Grand Opening Weekend for the NEW Kids Town. The Orlando Science Center. 777 E Princeton St, Orlando, FL. The new kids Town features a new and improved Orange Grove, a Drip Drop Splash Zone, a huge Climb Time experience and tons of interactive exhibits.

10am to 6pm. Free. Veg Fest. Orlando Festival Park 2911 E. Robinson Street Orlando FL.
Veg Fest is an exciting day of colorful and educational exhibits and activities!  Veg Fest is a family-friendly, dog-friendly, and smoke-free event. Veg Fest, now in its 11th year, is one of the biggest and best vegetarian festivals in the country!

8pm to 11pm Grab a drink and or food. Jazz Saturdays. Cork and Fork American Grill. 

Sunday October 23, 2016
9am to 5pm Free event, But $22-25 for camping plus entrance fee to Springs is $6 adults, $4 children. Earth HealthFest Celebration of Earth's Medicine, Foods, Energy and Beauty. 26301 Southeast Highway 42, Umatilla, FL. A Celebration of Earth's Medicine, Foods, Energy & Beauty in its contribution to our Health. This FREE event is for all of us to enjoy, with FREE workshops in Plant Based Medicines, Foods that Heals, Native American Wisdom, Yoga, Wilderness Survival, and more. We have planned daily swimming & canoe trips to areas Mineral Springs as well as Hiking in the Forest. Bring your family, bring your friends to one of a kind adventure, and yes bring your diving mask, snorkel and fins, tent or RV.
Weather you arrive and set-up your tent Friday or Saturday Morning, there is enough activities to enjoy. October is a great time to experience the Ocala Forest; cleanest purest waters, air, abundant flora & friendly faunas.

• Friday-night Campfire Workshops begins with a Native American Sage Ceremony, follow by an interactive talk on Plant Based Medicines. Around 7pm at the edge of the Forest.
• Saturday-morning around 11am we take off to Alexander Springs, for swimming, canoeing, hiking, socializing. Return to camp around 3pm or 4pm. at around 6:30-7pm we are planning a potluck dinner, a good chance to meet & greet plenty of interesting people. NOTE: this is a mix group of Vegan, Vegetarians & others. We respect the food choices of others, and will provide separate tables for different food choices. Plan to bring a plate to share, as others will do same.
• Sunday's activities, so far will include a trip to Juniper Springs, which offers, spring swimming, hiking and an exciting canoe trip, and workshops to be announce. 
Liz Fuentes will be providing daily morning Lyengar Yoga sessions for your pleasure & health.
WE SUPPORT INDIVIDUALITY & FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT, SO FEEL FREE TO ATTEND WHAT PRESENTATION YOU LIKE AND EXPLORE ON YOUR OWN....Remember everyone involved in this gathering is doing it for free, speakers and organizers are providing their time, expertise and efforts in the true spirit of Celebration. Those who will attend, are meant to be here, weather 30-50 or 150, the success is based on our time to relax, and learn from each other, and yes Celebrate the Beauty, the Magic and the Energy of Natural Earth.
FREE just the cost of camping site and admission to Spring...
The only cost is $22-25 per night for the renting of your tent site, all sites with electric and water. The campground offers excellent hi-speed Internet, unlimited ice machine, bathrooms with hot/cold water showers, TV room, laundry room, an excellent pool, beautiful scenery, and amazing view of the stars surrounded by the night sound of the Forest. located just 15-20 minutes from Alexander Springs & Juniper Springs, as well as many Hiking trails to experience the Forest.
Entrance fee to Springs is $6 adults, $4 children. Canoe fee is $16 for 2hrs, $24 for full day, your option if you want to rent a canoe. There is plenty in the springs to keep you and your family busy.
To date our workshop providers includes;
1. Janet Malcolm, Medicine Grandmother Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin. Opening Sage Ceremony & Chat on Native American Wisdom.
2. Guru Tony Torre, Urban Survival craft Concepts
"Total Survivor Philosophy"

Noon to 3pm Suggested donation. Music at the Casa. Casa Feliz Historic Home Museum, 656 N Park Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789. Reverend Shawn Garvey, guitarist and singer/songwriter.

8pm to 11pm The brand new PHANTASMAGORIA VII thunders on to the Mandell Stage at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center with all new stories of terror! Live performers, “Phantastical” dance, explosive stage combat, large scale puppetry, aerial performance and haunting storytelling combine to create a tapestry of macabre and whimsical horror!
WHEN: Oct 13th – 31st 2016
All evening performances at 8:00pm (Box opens at 7:15pm/Doors at 7:45pm)
Oct 13, 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23, 24, 28, 29, 30 and 31
WHERE: The Mandell Theatre, John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center
Loch Haven Park, Orlando, FL
TICKETS: Student/Senior/Military Admission – $15.00 / General admission – $25.00
Student/Senior/Military VIP Admission – $25.00 / General VIP Admission – $35.00
(VIP Admission includes Pick of Seating, VIP post show performance, and much, much more!)
WILL CALL/CASH ONLY AT DOOR reserve by calling our hotline at 407-476-5121
(Leave name/number/date of performance and number in party – you will be called back only if there is a problem with your reservation)

Prints are available for each sketch for $250 and many originals can be purchased for $400. White museum grade shadow box frames are $100 more. You can e-mail Thor at

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