We’re highlighting some very interesting historical places including Sarasota’s Civic Center and Theatre Arts District. We all love Sarasota, no doubt; now, learning about the fascinating architecture and landmarks will make our piece of paradise even more special. Check-in next week for more history! We hope you enjoy the tour!
Many well-known Sarasota local bands are coming together to raise awareness and donations in a virtual concert to support Mayors’ Feed the Hungry. “Music That Moves You” will be held virtually on Tuesday, October 27, from 8 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., at HERE. Music That Moves You Scott Biehler, Executive Director of
Following thoughtful consideration and planning, the Bradenton Farmers’ Market will return to downtown Bradenton on Saturday, Oct. 3, 2020, 9 a.m.–2 p.m., and continues every Saturday through the end of May, 2021. Over 40 vendors will line Old Main Street every Saturday at the market, selling locally grown fruits and
The Sarasota Police Department Traffic Unit was honored Wednesday morning by the Florida Department of Transportation with the High Visibility Enforcement Agency of the Year award for their commitment to pedestrian and bicycle safety throughout the City of Sarasota from August 2019 through May 2020. “I’m so proud of Officer
Tidewell Hospice remains committed to serving families with quality care and continuing services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite challenges brought on by the halting of traditional in-person engagements, they are innovating to help. Tidewell was able to get creative in bringing its Blue Butterfly Family Grief Center services to its
Just a few short months ago, the Suncoast Science Center/Faulhaber Fab Lab (SSC) rapidly shifted its work to design, prototype and fabricate face masks and shields to help fill the growing shortage of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) among healthcare workers as the COVID-19 pandemic developed. With the support of over
Dance The Next Generation (DNG) is an integral part of the Sarasota Ballet and offers opportunities for at-risk youth to partake in a ten-year full dance scholarship. Participants enjoy the caring, supportive community that exists at DNG and benefit from the structure dance brings into their lives.