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Contemporary Jazz Concert at The Grove

Sunday, November 15 
3:00 to 5:00 PM
$27 in advance, $35 at the gate
 
 
You won't want to miss this outstanding contemporary jazz concert by Central Florida's elite musicians. Join us as Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts presents A Place Called Home
 
Featuring: Chris Cortez, Mark Piszczek, Selloane, Marc Clermont, Jerry Bravo, Eddie Marshall, Ed Krout, Jeremy Fratti, Dean Fransen, Steve Smith, Jeff Green, Steve Luciano, Tony Castillo, Don Soledad, Jon Warcholak and many more.
 
The musicians will perform in support of the The Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, a new home for the arts in Central Florida. All proceeds from the concert will go toward building the new center located in Winter Park.
 
The concert will be held at The Grove outdoor performance venue at Mead Botanical Garden.  
 
To purchase advance tickets, click here
 
Contact: Melody Cortez at 407-636-9951 or melodycortez@live.com

 

Fall Plant Sale Coming Up - Nov. 20 & 21

Click here for 2015 PHOTO ALBUM

Early Shoppers - Friday, Nov. 20, 3-6PM

The Big Day - Saturday, Nov. 21, 8AM to 4PM

Backyard Biodiversity Day, October 24

3rd Annual Backyard Biodiversity Day and Native Plant Sale
Saturday, October 24, 2015, 9a.m. - 3p.m.

presented by the Tarflower Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society and Mead Botanical Garden 
(see schedule below)

Backyard Biodiversity Day is a great opportunity to celebrate the native flora and fauna. Come out and enjoy noted speakers, workshops, informative hikes and a huge native plant sale! 

The FREE, family-friendly event features:  

Wetlands Restoration and Boardwalk Improvement Underway

The Lake Lillian wetlands restoration and boardwalk improvement project is now underway.  Construction will take approximately 90 days to complete and result in increased biodiversity and an improved aquatic wildlife habitat.  

The wetlands restoration is funded by two grants:  $400,000 from the State of Florida Department of Environmental Protection and $50,000 from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC).  

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