Thornton 2nd Thursday Wine & Art Walk

Join us on March 11th for Orlando’s favorite reoccurring Art Night, the Thornton 2nd Thursday Wine & Art Walk! Over 18 places to stop for a tasty libation along with Art Vendors, Live Music, DJ, and all sorts of fun! And YES we love your 4-legged furry friends so bring them with you! Tickets are […]

Historic Bike Tour

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Bird Taxidermy With Allis Markham

In this 3-part course, join Allis Markham for an introduction to the art of taxidermy, featuring a full class dedicated to bird taxidermy. COURSE DESCRIPTION While this class is designed for all beginners, it can serve as an appropriate next step for those who took Allis’ previous course. Step inside the studio of Allis Markham, […]

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Hinckley’s Fancy Meats launching new series of exotic meat comfort foods

Hinckley’s Fancy Meats (Instagram | Website), the popular deli/meat counter in the East End Market, has launched a new series of to-go dinners featuring “out-of-the-ordinary proteins” like axis deer, elk, and wild boar. The first meal in the “Creature Comfort” series will be Elk Lasagna. The dinner-for-two will feature fresh baked bread with charcuterie and cheese, […]

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Wells’Built Museum celebrating 20th anniversary

The Wells’Built Museum of African American History and Culture (Facebook | Website) is celebrating 20 years this February. The building was once a hotel, that was constructed in 1926 by Dr. William Monroe Wells, one of the first Black physicians in Orlando, and provided lodging to African Americans and people of color during Segregation when […]

Virtual Author Fest 2021

Trinity Preparatory School’s sixth annual Author Festival is on Friday, Feb. 5, 2021, and it is VIRTUAL! The event is FREE and open to the public. We have 38 YA and Middle-Grade authors scheduled to attend, including six NYTimes bestsellers. We have over 20 author panels planned that all registered attendees can access for two […]

Book Club with Margaret Atwood

Margaret Atwood will join the Guardian Live Book Club to talk about Oryx and Crake. For our February Book Club Atwood will revisit the first novel in her Maddaddam trilogy. A dystopian parable, Oryx and Crake (2003), was Atwood’s first return to the future since The Handmaid’s Tale, placing the reader in a world ravaged […]

Masterclass – James McAvoy

#5 in a unique series of Arts Masterclasses. Scottish actor JAMES MCAVOY gives live online Q&A about his compelling career! BSL interpreted MASTERCLASS MONDAYS – Each month, Artistic Director and renowned Scottish actor, Shauna Macdonald, hosts a conversation with a different distinguished guest, who will tell you all they know about their craft. You are […]

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Orange County Library System February event roundup

PROMO: The Orange County Library System (Facebook | Website) has announced its event programming for the month of January 2021. This story also appeared in Orange County Library System This post uses copy that was written by a third party, because, lazy reporting. Celebrate Black History month at home with educational, engaging programs presented by the library. On February 12, watch […]