Snap! Orlando is one of the most popular photography festivals in Central Florida. The owners, Patrick and Holly Kahn, opened a gallery in Mills 50’s historic Cameo Theater space a few years ago.
We’re still looking into the story and will keep you updated on where the new gallery will be.
The Lucerne project plans will be going before the Appearance Review Board for a Courtesy Review this Thursday.
This Wednesday, Harbor House of Central Florida (Website) is breaking ground on their new emergency shelter. The shelter will provide more beds and specialized areas for those with newborns and special needs.
The new temporary emergency shelter is slated to open on the Harbor House campus in early Fall of 2016.
A ceremonial groundbreaking using purple sand (purple representing domestic violence) will be this Wednesday, October 14 at 11 a.m. at Buell Duncan Park [GMap].
Here’s our rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week in Downtown Orlando area news.
Contrary to what is being said on Social Media, the popular flying saucer that usually crowns Skycraft (pictured below) in Winter Park has not been stolen.
The Orange County Corrections Department launched a library in 2013, using donated books from local libraries and private entities. They are currently in real need of authorized reading materials, especially books written in Spanish.
Juice Bike Share (Website), Orlando’s bike share program has announced that they will be adding eight new stations to their fleet, expanding their reach further into neighborhoods outside of the downtown.
Here’s a look at some of the events taking place this weekend.
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Friday, October 9
Orlando, FL 32801 United States
Paper Sculpture Workshop with Kattya Graham. Colorful paper mache sculptures have long been part of the Mexican folklore and are often used in the celebration of Dia de los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead. In this workshop, Mexican artist Kattya Graham will demonstrate how to sculpt cardboard and make strong paper mache forms while you create your very own Miniature Mojiganga aka Mexican Dancing Puppet, and learn of the rich cultural history of Dia de los Muertos. Your…
The 2015/2016 budget has more than 100 projects that are meant to improve Orlando’s public spaces and infrastructure. We wrote about it briefly, HERE when we looked into the new Eola washroom build-out. The City has since launched an online interactive map that breaks down all of the projects for us.