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Behind BackStage

APRIL 5 - MAY 4, 2017 • VOLUME 19 • ISSUE 4

LEESBURG 2017! WORLD’S LARGEST 3-DAY MOTORCYCLE & MUSIC EVENT APRIL 28-30 YOLO: EAT LIKE A KID AND DRINK LIKE A KING! PG 7 READ ABOUT ST JOHNS RIVER STEAK & SEAFOOD! PG 9 GET READY FOR THE DOCK JAM SEAFOOD MUSIC FESTIVAL! PG 14 THERE IS ALWAYS SOMETHING TO DO AT OCEAN WALK SHOPPES! PG 24 WHERE FLORIDA MEETS THE CARIBBEAN WE ARE TORTUGAS! PG 26 THE REBIRTH OF VINYL HAS PROVEN TO BE MORE THEN A HIPSTER-FUELED FAD! PG 27

THINGS WORTH DOING Local Area Dog Parks .............................. 4 Bunnell, Flagler Beach, PC Events ........... 5 Ormond & Holly Hill Mainland Events ...... 5 Ormond Beachside Events ...................... 5,6 Greater Daytona Mainland Events ............ 6 Motorcycle and Car Rides & Rallies ....... 21 Concerts in our Surrounding Area ......... 28 Greater Daytona Beachside Events ....... 6, 20 Live & Local Music Listings ................... 12 West Volusia Events ........................ 21, 27, 30 Sanford Events ..................................... 30 South Daytona & Port Orange Events ....20 New Smyrna Beach, Edgewater Events .. 20, 21

WHO MADE IT HAPPEN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Tammy Beck Holmes GRAPHIC ARTIST: DesignK2 CONTRIBUTING WRITERS: Amanda Currin FOR ADVERTISING INFO CALL

(386) 299.4147

SAY ANYTHING/BAYSIDE

FOOD FOR THE SOUL Featured Craft Cocktail Glass ................ 10 Dining Around Town ............................... 13 Area Farmer’s Markets ............................ 28

JUST BECAUSE YOU NEED TO KNOW

COUNTRY 500

Smoking Permitted .................................. 4 That Beer Guy ....................................... 23

I am more of a hippie than you might expect. I eat organic and prefer local farms, I recycle everything (although I think my husband secretly puts some things in the garbage.) I feel very in tune with nature, animals and all living things. I actually have a hard time killing an insect. I love meditation although I hardly have time. I was curious one day and I took a Buzz Feed test and the results informed me, “You’re the equivalent of a modern-day hippie. You proudly show your passion for peace, love, and happiness. Your children will eventually grow up and have the absolute best taste in music.” OK, I will accept that, although not sure how much of a hippie I am relying on an Internet tests to define me, lol. I don’t want you to worry, this is the only place in this issue of BSP you will read about Earth Day (I can hear the sighs of relief as I write this.) You can’t expect a little thing like Earth Day to compete with Cinco de Mayo or Easter. So I guess it’s up to “semi-hippie me” to keep it alive. Where did this Earth Day Come From? It was created to garner national attention to environmental issues. (Not so crazy

when you consider we will also be celebrating National Karaoke Month in April.) According to the Farmer’s Almanac, “In 1970, San Francisco activist John McConnell and Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson separately asked Americans to join in a grassroots demonstration. McConnell chose the spring equinox (March 21, 1970) and Nelson chose April 22. “ While both dates are still celebrated, we consider Earth Day each year on April 22. It is a Saturday this year and I know I will be planting to honor that day. But if you are a newbie but want to celebrate as well (and planting a tree is just to cliché,) “enjoy the tonic of fresh air, contact with the soil, and companionship with nature! Walk through the woods in search of emerging wildflowers and green moss. Go outside, no matter what the weather!” This sounds like good advice to me. Happy Spring!

JUST FOR FUN Factoids .............................................. 3,4 Behind BackStage Pass ............................ 3 Horoscope .............................................. 29 Crossword .............................................. 30

CONCERTS PG. 28

WHERE WE’VE BEEN The Buzz ................................................ 11 On The Town .............................................16 Spotlight On ..........................................29

Groovy Records is locally owned and operated by Jerry Schafer and is widely known for its vast selection of music recorded on vinyl. We also carry CD’s, cassettes and may even have a couple of 8 tracks for those of you diehard 70’s enthusiasts. We carry new and used turntables and everything you need to keep them spinning and sounding great. Our USB turntables are a great way to compliment your existing computer setup. Groovy Records has receivers, amplifiers and speakers that will blow away today’s sterile sound! Let’s get serious about music. When was the last time you relaxed and read an album cover inside and out while listening to your favorite artists. What was once old is new again! We have the great classics but we also carry today’s artists on vinyl too. That’s right! Check out artists like Adele and The Black Keys.

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Barkley Square Dog Park Ridgewood and Plymouth, areas for large, Deland (386) 736-5953 Benefits: 14 acres of rolling hills medium and small and oaks. Time-out spaces & small dog areas. Dog watering dogs Water station with bowls. Waste stations. Bed-N-Biscuit Inn 711 John Anderson Hwy., Flagler Beach stations with bags supplied. (386) 439-4006 Benefits: Two Bark Parks (one for all size New Smyrna Dog Park 2641 Paige dogs, one for miniature dogs). Doggy Pool ($5 per dog/ $24 Ave., New Smyrna Beach. Benefits: A one acre fenced area divided per month) Pet grooming and boarding. Bicentennial Park 1800 N. Oceanshore Blvd., Ormond into large dog and small dog play Beach 386-736-595. Open from sunrise to sunset every day, areas. A 30 x 40 shade shelter with dog and people encompasses 40 acres stretching from water fountains. the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax River. In APRIL Grassed with addition to the dog park, amenities include April 10-16 National Animal open areas with concrete structures for a baseball field, an open play area, Control Officer Appreciation Week doggy play. basketball court, tennis and volleyball April 11 National Pet Day Paw Park of Historic Sanford 427 courts, fishing dock, pavilion and picnic April 14 National Dolphin Day French Ave. (US 17/92), Sanford, area, playground, community building, April 16-22 National Environmental Education Week Florida. restrooms, a nature walk and boardwalk. April 16-22 National Pet ID Ponce Inlet Dog Beach Located on the City of Edgewater located in the SW Week Third full week of April Beach at Ponce Inlet and Peninsula. corner of Rotary Park, 902 West Park starting with a Sunday Benefits: Open 6am to 8:30pm. Benches, April 22 Earth Day Ave. tables, poopbags, trees, parking, phones, Gemini Springs Dog Park 37 Dirksen April 23-29 National Volunteer Week restrooms, water, trash cans, shelter. Drive, DeBary (386) 668-3810 Benefits: April 25 World Penguin Day April 26 National Kids & Pets Day Space for dogs to run, play and swim on Two sections one for 25 pounds and April 26 International Guide Dog the beach. another for over 25 pounds. Dog wash Day Last Wednesday in April Riviera Oaks Dog Park Alabama Ave., stations. Water fountains for dogs. April 28 Hairball Awareness Holly Hill. Benefits: Small dog and large Benches and picnic tables. Day Last Friday in April dog areas. Pond. 1 mile walking path. Halifax Humane Society Community Dog April 29 World Veterinary Day Sanford Dog Park 427 S French Ave, Park OPEN DAILY to the public & FREE Last Saturday in April Sanford, Florida. of charge: 10 am - 6 pm. 2364 LPGA April 30 National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day Seemore Dog Park 5959 Spruce Creek Boulevard Daytona Beach, FL 32124 MAY Rd. Port Orange Benefits: Separate Keysville Dog Park 2461 Keysville May 3 National Specially-abled spaces for small and large dogs. Next Ave., Deltona (386) 878-8900 Benefits: Pets Day to All Children’s Park. Boardwalk. Two separate fenced areas for large and May 7-13 National Pet Week® Restroooms. small dogs. Doggie watering stations. First full week of May starting Wadsworth Park 2200 Moody Blvd. Playground and walking trail just under with a Sunday Flagler Beach. Benefits: 60,000 sq. ft. 1/2 mile Basketball Court. Manatee Island Dog Park 325 North Beach Street, Daytona fenced dog park. Dogs can run unleashed and mingle with other Beach, FL. This dog park has a separate small dog area, dogs. Separate sections for large and small dogs. Benches. In Memory of Kathryn Went. Volusia County Parks plenty of shade and drinking water for the dogs. Mt. Dora Dog Park 1550 E 11th Ave., Mt Dora (352) 735- welcome dogs at all area parks as long as they are 7183 Benefits: Fenced-in with double-gated entry Separate leashed and cleaned up after.

A Public Service to Those Who Still Smoke…

DAYTONA BEACH HILTON 100 North Atlantic avenue, Daytona Beach Outdoor Bar Areas DAYTONA CIGAR CLUB 200 South Beach Street, Daytona Beach LAGERHEADS 2986 Oceanshore Blvd, Ormond-by-the-Sea Deck

MAIN STREET STATION 316 Main Street, Daytona Beach MARK’S SPORTS BAR 2045 S. Ridgewood Ave., South Daytona

SURFSIDE TAVERN 3400 S. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach Shores Great Smoke Eaters

NEPTUNE’S’ SPORTS PUB 415 Main Street, Daytona Beach Cafe Seating

OCEAN WALK SHOPPES & MOVIES 250 N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach Several Bars and Restaurants with Outside Seating

ST. JOHNS RIVER 550 N. Palmetto Ave., Sanford (407) 878.0980, Outside Seating

UNCLES WALDO’S 2454 S. Nova Rd, Daytona Beach (386) 760-7006, Outside Patio

THE BEAVER BAR 1105 N. US Hwy 1, Ormond Beach (386) 673.3400 Outside Deck THE ORIGINAL FIRST TURN 5236 S. Ridgewood Ave., (US 1), Port Orange Large Outdoor Dining, Raw Bar and Bar

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TORTUGAS 608 S. Oceanside Blvd., Flagler Beach, Outside Deck (386) 439.0098 RACING’S NORTH TURN 4511 S Atlantic Ave, Ponce Inlet Outdoor Bar and Beachside Seating

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YOLO BAR & GRILLED CHEESE 208 N. Woodland Blvd., Deland, Cafe Seating

DESIGNATED SMOKING AREA


LOCAL AREA EVENTS EVENTS

BUNNELL/FLAGLER/PALM COAST FESTIVALS APRIL 2017 EVENTS FIRST FRIDAYS OF THE MONTH 6-9pm, City of Flagler Beach. Exhibits, Food, Music, bring your lawn chair. Flagler Beach, Veterans Park, 105 S. Second St. Hotline 386-585-0055. APRIL 5-9 FLAGLER COUNTY FAIR, YOUTH SHOW & THE ROCKIN RIB FEST 12–11pm Flagler County Fair and Youth Show, 150 Sawgrass Road, Bunnell, 386-437-2551. APRIL 22 FAMILY FARM DAYS 10am – 4pm Living historians, hands-on activities for all ages, craft demonstrations, music, storytelling and more. $5, <5 free. Florida Agriculture Museum, 7900 Old Kings Rd. N., Palm Coast, floridaagmuseum.org. APRIL 23 NOW! EARTH DAY FESTIVAL 12-4pm Live music, games/activities for all ages, raffles. Beach clean-ups 9-11am. St. Augustine Amphitheatre, 1340 A1A South, Saint Augustine, (904) 209-0367. THEATRE/COMEDY 2ND SATURDAY SENIOR THEATER 10 am -12 pm Participate in readings of short plays. The Flagler Playhouse, 301 E Moody Blvd, Monica Toner 386586-0773. APR 28 – MAY 15 A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM $10 – 20. The Flagler Playhouse, 301 E Moody Blvd, Monica Toner 386-586-0773. MAY 5-7 & 12 – 14 JON AND JENN (MUSICAL) $20 – 25. City Repertory Theatre, 160 Cypress Point Pkwy #B207, Palm Coast.386-585-9415. Crtpalmcoast.com GALLERIES/MUSEUMS ONGOING CALYPSO GALLERY Fine art, 4601 E Moody Blvd, Bunnell, (386) 9164438. ONGOING SALVO ART PROJECT 313 Old Brick Rd, Bunnell. Alvoart.org EVERY WED WINE, WOMEN, WHATEVER 3–5pm Flagler County Art League, 160 Cypress Point Pkwy, Palm Coast, twobirdspottery407@gmail.com FILM APR 21 5:30 – 10pm Movie on the big screen. Food/drink available for purchase. Bounce House. Veterans Park, 975 Central Ave., Palm Coast. FAMILY/YOUTH 1ST THURSDAY FLAGLER AUDOBON SOCIETY 6:00 – 8pm Various events: bird walks to presentations. Free, Florida Hospital Flagler Meeting Room A or B, 60 Memorial Medical Pkwy, Palm Coast, flagleraudubonsociety.org.

APRIL 22 EARTH DAY AT WASHINGTON OAKS GARDENS STATE PARK Live entertainment, vendors, food and plant sales, guided walks, gift shops, chance drawings. $5 per vehicle. Washingtonoaks.org. MUSIC Apr 5 – Menopause the Musical Apr 13 – Atlantic City Boys Apr 24 – 3 Redneck Tenors 7:30pm, Prices vary. Flagler Auditorium, 5500 East Hwy 100, Palm Coast, 386-437-7547. APRIL 8 JAM OUT AT GAMBLE ROGERS 2-5pm, Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreational Area at Flagler Beach, 3100 S. Oceanshore Blvd, Flagler Beach, 386-517-2086. WORKSHOPS/CLASSES MONDAYS IN MARCH YOGA IN THE PARK 9:00-10:30am Meditation, breathing, gentle yoga movement. $75/4 weeks, includes park entry. Registration 386-446-6783. EVERY 2ND MONDAY GARDEN CLUB MEETING 12:30pm- 3pm. Flagler County Extension Service, 150 Sawgrass Rd, Bunnell. 386-446-0341. EVERY FRIDAY DRUM CIRCLE 7 - 9pm. The stairway to the LEFT of the pier in Flagler Beach. APR 8 5TH NATIONAL CRIME VICTIMS’ RIGHTS WEEK 7am Sunrise ceremony honoring crime victims. Parking available at Flagler Beach Library, South 7th St. Wickline Park, Facebook: National Crime Victims’ Rights Week in Flagler Beach. FUNDRAISERS 2ND SATURDAY WASHINGTON OAKS GARDEN PLANT SALE 10am – 2pm Volunteer led walk through gardens at 11am. Plant Sale for your home or yard. 386-302-5590. APR 8 3RD ANNUAL BARRELS FOR BOOBS SURF CONTEST 9am – 5pm Surfing, dance tunes, raffles, food trucks. Contest divisions: Beginners, Short board, Longboard, Tandem, and Weirdest Thing You Can Surf. Proceeds for Florida Breast Cancer Foundation. Marineland Beach, Palm Coast, Register squareup.com

Club Dr, Palm Coast, shop.southernpromotionsevents.com MISCELLANEOUS 2ND SATURDAY FAVER -DYKES STATE PARK 9:30am, Ranger Trail Walk. Meet at Ranger Station, wear comfortable shoes, bring water and bug spray. 904-794-0997. 3RD TUESDAY FLAGLER COUNTY BUS TOURS 9:30am-2:30pm. 204 E Moody Blvd, Bunnell. Cost does not include lunch at Bull Creek Fish Camp. Reservations 386-439-5003. APRIL 6 & 20 ROCK BEACH WALKS Apr 6 – 11:00am, Apr 20 – 9:30am, Washington Oaks Gardens State Park, 6400 North Oceanshore Blvd, Palm Coast, 386-446-6783.

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ORMOND MAINLAND / HOLLY HILL FESTIVALS APRIL 20 PICNIC ON THE PLAZA 11am – 2pm Earth day giveaways, handouts and exhibits. Live entertainment. Food and drinks available for purchase. City Hall, 22 S Beach St, Ormond Beach. Ormondbeach.org THEATRE/COMEDY APR 21 - ABOUT WORLD FAMOUS POPOVICH COMEDY Pet Theater 7:30 pm, $20 - $30, Ormond Beach Performing Arts Center, 399 N. US1, Ormond Beach, 386-676-3375. GALLERIES/MUSEUMS ONGOING PIONEER SETTLEMENT BARBERVILLE Discover yesterday today. Barberville Pioneer Settlement 1776 Lightfoot Lane, Barberville, (386) 749-2959. FAMILY/YOUTH ONGOING ON FRIDAYS OPEN GYM 6-8pm. Nova Gymnastics, 432 N. Nova Road, Ormond Beach, 386-676-3250. NOW – APR 15 ORMOND MAYOR HEALTH AND FITNESS CHALLENGE 2017 Christina Maguire, Risk Manager, 386-676-3323. APR 5, 12, 19, 26 SPRING BIRD WALK 8 - 10 am Local birds in Central Park. Register 386-615-7081. FREE Environmental Discovery Center, 601 Division Ave, Ormond Beach.

APR 22 SPRING INTO ACTION 1-8pm Entertainment, food, and fun. 4 pm European Village passport for samplings of wines, beers, cheeses, chocolates & more. $15 includes souvenir glass. Proceeds for Flagler County Free Clinic & Christmas Come True. European Village, 101 Palm Harbor Pkwy, Palm Coast

MUSIC Apr 7 - Fascinating Rhythm - Tribute to Ella Fitzgerald Apr 15 – Ernie Haas and Signature Sound Apr 23 – Jim Miller Big Band America – 2-4pm Apr 29 – Taste of Broadway – 2:30 -4:30pm 7:30 pm, $15 - 50, Ormond Beach Performing Arts Center, 399 N. US1, Ormond Beach, 386-676-3375.

APRIL 22 CHEER AT THE PIER! 2-5pm Live Music, food, wine and beer tastings. Flagler County’s Centennial! $20 - $30. Proceeds support the Flagler Beach Museum, 207 S Central Ave, Flagler Beach, 386-517-2025. flaglerbeachmuseum.com

WORKSHOPS/CLASSES EVERY TUESDAY BAM “BALANCE AND MOTION” CLASS 10:30 – 11am, FREE. Florida Health Care Plans, 471 S Nova Rd, Ormond Beach, 386-676-7110.

MAY 12 MASQUERADE BASH 2017 Gourmet dinner, live Jazz music, magician, fortune teller, live & silent auction. $75 - $130. Proceeds for Angel’s Voices Foundation. Channel Side, 1 Yacht

EVERY THURSDAY LINE AND LUNCH 11am – 1pm. Line dance for the fun of it. All levels. $6 members, $9 not yet members, includes Lite lunch. The Ballroom, 1250 Hand Ave,

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Ormond Beach, (386) 316-4063.

4TH THURSDAY ART OF HEALING 3-4:30pm, Free. Visual arts program. Cancer Care Center, Florida Hospital, 224 Memorial Medical Pkwy, Ormond. Reservations, 386-231-2229. MISCELLANEOUS 2ND WEDNESDAY HOLLY HILL BOOK CLUB 1pm, Museum. 1066 Ridgewood Ave., Holly Hill. 386-673-1232. Every Wednesday DISTILLERY TOUR AND TASTINGS 5-8pm, Free Copper Bottom Craft Distillery, 998 N Beach St, Holly Hill, 386-267-5104.

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ORMOND BEACHSIDE FESTIVALS APRIL 22, 23 CELTIC FESTIVAL Sat 10 am – 7 pm; Sun 11 am – 5 pm Music, shortbread competition, clans, parade, dance, kid’s zone. $5 Adults, <12 Free. Rockefeller Gardens and Fortunato Park, ormondbeachcelticfestival.com. MAY 6 & 7 ART IN THE PARK Sat 10am – 5pm, Sun 10am – 4pm 100+ artists and crafters in Rockefeller Gardens. 26 Riverside Dr., Ormond Beach. Thecasements.net GALLERIES/MUSEUMS NOW – APR 22 REFLECTIONS OF SOCIETY & SELF Large scale work of TN artist, Daryl Thetford. Photography-based digital media, collage, graphic, modern, and pop. Ormond Memorial Art Museum, 78 East Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach, ormondartmuseum.org FILMS APR 7 MOVIES ON THE HALIFAX 6:30pm, “Nine Lives” Free. The Casements, Rockefeller Gardens, 26 Riverside Dr, Ormond. 386-676-3216. FAMILY/YOUTH 1ST FRI FREE FAMILY ART NIGHT 6-7:30pm, be creative together, Ormond Memorial Art Museum, 78 E Granada Blvd, 386-676-3347. MUSIC SWING INTO SPRING CONCERT SERIES April 13 - Coastal Vibe April 20- Hillbilly Jack April 27 - Moonlight Combo 7-8:30pm. FREE. Bring your lawn chair or blanket to the North Lawn. Light refreshments sold. The Casements, 23 Riverside Dr. thecasements.net WORKSHOPS/CLASSES APR 11 FULL MOON MAGIC 5:30 – 7:30pm Build a Pink Moon Smudge Stick. $34 future members, $30 member. Ormond Memorial Art Museum, 78 E Granada Blvd, 386-676-3347. THE CASEMENTS Every Monday – Self Defense 11:00am, 386-801-4882. Every Tues 10-11:30am, Yoga 386-679-5677. Every Thurs 11am, Zumba 386-235-1700. Every Mon, Wed & Fri 8:30-9:30am & Tues & Thurs 3:30-4:30pm, Pilates, 386-453-6522. Cont’ on page 6

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ORMOND BEACHSIDE FUNDRAISER MAY 6 8TH ANNUAL BLUE DIAMOND GALA 6-9pm Music, cash bar, grand assortment of fruit and cheese. Proceeds to Halifax Urban Ministries. $100. Oceanside Golf And Country Club, 75 N Halifax Dr, Ormond Beach, Register Ginny Kent 386-252-0156. MISCELLANEOUS EVERY THURS ORMOND BEACH FOOD TRUCK RALLY 6pm, Family fun, and dog friendly! Tomoka Brewery, 188 E. Granada Blvd, Ormond Beach. 386-538-1083 ONGOING ORMOND BEACHSIDE WALKING TOURS 10am, Historical Society’s MacDonald House, 38 E. Granada Blvd, Ormond. $10 adults, $8 seniors, 386-677-7005. ONGOING HISTORICAL ORMOND BEACH BUS TOURS 9:45am – 12:15pm. 2-hour tour of 30 historical buildings & sites. Adults $20/Children $7, Casements parking lot, 25 Riverside Dr., 386-677-7005.

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BEACH MAINLAND FESTIVALS APR 8 11TH ANNUAL BEER FEST 4-7PM Beer. Food Trucks. Live Music. Commemorative beer sampling mug! $20-$30 proceeds to Tortugas Care Charity Foundation. Jackie Robinson Ballpark, 105 E. Orange Ave, Daytona Beach. eventbrite.com APR 23 DAYTONA BEACH COMIC AND TOY CONVENTION 10am – 5pm 150+ tables selling comics, toys, magazines, trade paper backs, collectibles, action figures and more. Costume contest. Special guests. $8 Adults, <12 free. Embry-Riddle ICI Center, 601 S Clyde Morris Blvd, Daytona Beach. Apr 29 HALIFAX OYSTER FEST 11am – 7pm Oysters, beer, live music: The Love Band. Raise awareness and restore the local oyster population. City Island , 115 E Orange Ave, Daytona Beach. MAY 13 CORKS & CANVAS : A WINE AND ART WALK 1-6pm Savor wines and champagnes, stroll Riverfront Shops, live music, unique handcrafted art. $20 Wine Me, 204 S Beach St Downtown Daytona Beach or artandwinewalk.eventbrite.com THEATRE/COMEDY EVERY TUESDAY RANDOM ACTS OF INSANITY 8pm. Live Improv Comedy, $5, Cinematique, 242 S Beach Street, DB, 386-252-3778. APR 6 &13 IMPROV NIGHT 7:00 pm, FREE. Gillespy Theater, 221 N Beach St, Daytona Beach 386-226-1927. APRIL 15 DANCESCAPES 12:30 p.m. & 7:30 p.m.FREE, Davidson Theater, 221 N. Beach Street, Daytona Beach. DaytonaState.edu GALLERIES/MUSEUMS NOW - MAY 2

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IN TIME, WE SHALL KNOW OURSELVES FREE Southeast Museum of Photography, 1200 W. Int’l. Speedway Blvd.,386-506-4475. ONGOING - A PLACE FOR ALL PEOPLE: THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY AND CULTURE Now – May 7 -- NASA INNOVATIONS: HOW SPACE TECHNOLOGY SHAPES OUR EVERYDAY WORLD Now – April 30 -- PULLED, PRESSED AND SCREENED: IMPORTANT AMERICAN PRINTS – 1940S – 1960S Museum of Arts and Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd, DB, (386) 255-0285. MOAS.org 2ND SATURDAY LASER ROCK CONCERT 7pm. Laser Rock, 8pm Electrolaze, 9pm Pink Floyd – The Dark Side of the Moon. $5 - $9. Museum of Arts & Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd, Daytona Beach, moas.org, 386-255-0285. APR 3 – MAY 5 STUDENT ART SHOW Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. and during performances. Grand Opening, April 26, 5:30-7:30 p.m. FREE DSC News-Journal Center, North Lobby/ Art Gallery, 221 N. Beach Street, Daytona Beach, DaytonaState.edu APR 8 MEMBER APPRECIATION FAMILY STAGE SHOW 11:00 - 11:45 AM Educator Nicole Messervy will show us how energy is all around us using sound, light, heat, and electricity. Free for MOAS members. Moas.org FILMS Mar 24 – Apr 6 - Apprentice Mar 31 – Apr 6 – A Separation Apr 7 – 13 - My Life as a Zucchini WINE DOWN WEDNESDAYS FRIDAY NIGHT PITCHER SHOW Prices vary. Cinematique. 242 S Beach Street, 386-252-3118. Apr 9 – An Education May 14 – The Red Violin 2 – 4pm Daytona Beach City Island Library in Daytona Beach, 105 E Magnolia Av, Daytona Beach, Catherine Relda 386-257-6036. See other free movie listings online - volusialibrary.org FAMILY/YOUTH 1ST TUESDAY MOAS KIDS SECTION AND GALLERY All day, Volusia County residents free, Museum of Arts & Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd, DB, 386-2550285. MOAS.org April 15 MOAS SPACE DAY 11:00am-5:00pm Interactive environment, lectures and shows. Museum of Arts & Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd, Daytona Beach. Members Free or with paid museum admission. (386) 255-0285. moas.org Apr 14 SUPER HERO NIGHT 7:05pm Dress as a super hero and come on out. First 500 kids will get a free Super Hero Cape! Daytona Tortugas, 110 E Orange Ave, Daytona Beach. 386-257-3172. APR 29 DAYTONA 100 9am – 1pm Children 8 – 12 join Daytona Beach Police Officers for a bike ride in the city. Then food, fun, games and music at the John H. Dickerson

Center, 308 S Martin Luther King Blvd, Daytona Beach, FREE. Eventbrite.com MUSIC APR 8 & 28 FOOD TRUCKS, LIVE MUSIC, JEEP SHOW 6-10pm April 8th: Randy Siverson, April 28th: Jon Cabrera. Daytona Beach Brewing Co., 482 Fentress Blvd Unit N, Daytona Beach, 844-352-2337. 2ND SATURDAY   MIDTOWN MOTOWN CONCERT April - Mr. Glenn Wiley and The Love Band May - Bartee, Cornelius Bros & Sisters 7-9pm, Bring lawn chairs, no coolers. Food for sale, pool open until 9pm. FREE. Cypress Park, Midtown Cultural & Educational Center, 981 George West Engram Blvd., Daytona Beach   APR 15 THE GREAT DAYTONA STEAMPUNK SIDESHOW 8pm -2am Exotic adventures with: Steampunk Stace, Grotesque Burlesque, Ancient City Sirens, Vera Vermillion, and Clockwork Knotwork. $20. The Bank & Blues, 701 Main St, Daytona Beach, thebankdaytona.com. April 20 - Jazz Ensemble Concert and Mike Curb College of Music, Entertainment and Art Open House April 25 - Flute Choir May 4 - Music Production Technology Rocks! Concert   May 9 - Guitar Ensemble 7:30 pm FREE, DSC News-Journal Center, Grand Lobby, 221 N. Beach Street, Daytona Beach, DaytonaState.edu Apr 23 TERRY “DOC” HANDY AND THE NORTHSIDE JAZZ ENSEMBLE 2:30pm Global Percussionist for 30+ years of Rhythm & Blues, Jazz, and Latin Jazz. $30 Members, $35 Non-Members. Museum of Arts and Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd., Daytona Beach. Eventbrite.com WORKSHOPS/CLASSES EVERY WED YOGA IN THE GALLERY 5:30-6:30pm, $10 future members, $4 for current members. Bring yoga mat, water and towel. Museum of Arts and Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd, DB, 386-255-0285. MOAS.org Apr 7 – 10am-12pm $35. Beginning Knitting with Joyce Matzke Apr 8 – 1-4pm - Beading Class with Jacque Vowell Apr 12 – 6-8pm - Writer’s Group meeting 2nd Wednesdays May 4 – All Day Fandango starts See more classes online. ArtFunDo, 1034 Ridgewood Ave. Ste 1, Holly Hill, 386-256-7575. APRIL 13 WINE TASTING: CALIFORNIA DREAMIN’ 5:30-7:30pm California wines paired with farm to table appetizers. $20 Members, $30 future members. Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum of Art, 352 S Nova Rd, Daytona Beach FUNDRAISER APR 8 DAYTONA TORTUGAS 11TH ANNUAL BEER FEST 4-7pm Craft beer sampling, live music, Food Trucks. $20-$30 includes commemorative sampling mug. Proceeds to Tortugas Care Charity Foundation. Jackie Robinson Ballpark, 105 E.Orange Ave, DB

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APR 8 FLORIDA HOSPITAL CHARITY NIGHT 5:30 – 8:30pm Food, drink, live music. $25 includes 2 drink tickets. Cash bar. Proceeds: FL Hospital Memorial Foundation: Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Stonewood Grill, 2150 LPGA Blvd., Daytona Beach charity. stonewoodgrill.com APR 21 SCENT OF SPRING FUNDRAISER 11am – 12 pm Games, raffle, surprise boutique, door prizes, lunch. Proceeds for The Palmetto Club. $25. Liz Samaha 386-304-5374. Palmetto Club, 1000 S Beach St, Daytona Beach APR 21 WALK WITH ME 2017 5:30pm City Center, Scenic Sweetheart Trail Stroll. 6:30 p.m., pre-game festivities on the field, BBQ meal and Tortugas baseball game. walkwithme.org. smoor@esnecfl.org. MISCELLANEOUS MAY 6 KENTUCKY DERBY PARTY 12 – 7pm Drink Specials, Hat Contest, Music, Beads, Live Greyhound Racing and more! Daytona Beach Racing & Card Club, 960 S Williamson Blvd, Daytona Beach, 386-252-6484 APR 23 FASHION WEEK AT THE BEACH 5-10:30pm Fashion show, unique merchants, live music, art, parties, special presentations. $20 $45. Marina View Event Center, 125 Basil St, DB, Eventbrite.com Full event list: riverfrontshopsofdaytona.com APR 7 & 8 AMERICAN NINJA WARRIOR Fri 8:30pm, Sat overnight and all day Filming at Daytona International Speedway between the Axalta and Chevrolet Injectors. on-camera-audiences.com

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YOLO: EAT LIKE A KID AND DRINK LIKE A KING! by Amanda Currin Everyone loves comfort food. It’s a perfect way to calm yourself after a breakup, when you’re feeling a little under the weather or just had a crappy day at work. All of us have a food or maybe even a cocktail that we crave on those kinds of days and it’s for that reason, you need to visit Yolo, located at 208 N. Woodland, Downtown Deland. Owners James and Elizabeth Carpenter have brought a truly unique concept to Deland, specializing in hand-crafted cocktails and gooey made-to-order gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches. From the time you walk in the door, you get the feeling of being among friends and family, which for most of us, brings comfort right away. The staff is friendly and they pride themselves on putting the customer first and providing nothing but top-quality service. Add to that, the delicious food and the one-of-akind cocktails that bar manager, Bobby Mercier and staff create and you have a winning com-

bination that isn’t like any other restaurant/bar in Deland. Yolo opened in August of 2016 and James and Elizabeth wanted to provide a place that gives its patrons an exceptional experience and bring the craft-cocktail movement from Ft. Lauderdale to Deland. As their website says, “Eat like a kid and drink like a King” and let me just say, the cocktails and the food that I enjoyed were fit for a queen! Their menu consists of only the freshest quality ingredients and their shelves are stocked with an extensive array of spirits which boasts a wall of single-malt scotches, premium bourbons, a large selection of Irish whiskey and even Japanese whiskey. The menu is all about true warm and comforting food. You need their signature mac and cheese, the brain child of manager Kevin Harper. Made from large whole blocks of cheese. A cheese lover’s dream, its loaded with gruyere, havarti, gouda, white cheddar, brie, and mozzarella. You can top it with lobster (of course) or you can choose their slow roasted pulled pork, tender beef brisket or spicy buffalo chicken to create an explosion of comfort flavors that’s even better than your grandma’s! It goes without saying (but we will) their signature sandwiches are top notch! Be sure to try “The Capone”; loaded with mozzarella, garlic pesto vine-ripened tomatoes. Or try another best seller “The Grotto”; topped high with bacon, tomato

and smoked gouda. If cocktails and craft beers are more your comfort, then Yolo delivers there as well. Yolo proudly boasts over one hundred whiskeys and a delicious cocktail menu featuring classic and original cocktails made with fresh ingredients and fresh squeezed juices. They offer inhouse infused tequila’s and over twenty beers on tap, mostly from Florida breweries and over thirty bottled beers. I had the pleasure of trying one of their best sellers; a smoked old-fashioned. Using Old Forrester Whiskey, the glass is smoked with wood planks of your choice. I recommend the cedar. This reflects the re-birth of cocktails of a different era and cornerstone of craft-cocktails, and it was amazing! If a margarita is more what wets your whistle, then ask for a Tommy’s Margarita. A signature cocktail created by mixologist, Julio Bermejo’ of Tommy’s Bar in San Francisco. Premium Tequila, fresh squeezed lime juice and

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I don’t love I-4, but I love the great restaurants that abound along the corridor. So to find away around the highway, this East-coaster discovered State Road 415. A locals best-kept-secret that runs into the budding city of Sanford. A quaint little downtown filled with hip pubs and live entertainment just off the waterfront. It’s also home to a landmark restaurant, directly on the banks of the St. Johns River and surrounded by the marina, a hotel, biker hot spot and more. The restaurant’s called the St. John’s River Steak and Seafood, located at 550 N. Palmetto Avenue, Sanford. Open for lunch and dinner, make sure to add them to your list of new places to visit. With BackStage Pass Magazine’s expansion

into Sanford, we have become pretty regular diners at St. John’s. But who wouldn’t be? With the friendly staff, amazing views from the dining room, the screened in lanai and outside dog-friendly patio as well as scrumptious food, it’s easy to see why. There’s even more at St. John’s to be impressed with, such as General Manager/Executive Chef, Keland McWilliams Sr.. After St. John’s River Steak and Seafood was acquired by new owners in August of 2016, they brought on New Orleans native and culinary trained Keland to show what he could do managing the busy kitchen with a staff of 4 others to assist him. He quickly proved he was the right man for the job and brought with him his Cajun Style of cooking to add flare to the new, much anticipated, menu (released in April 2017.) St. John’s is also home to Sanford native and server, Erica Ratliff. One of six children, she is a well known face around the area. Smiling and welcoming guests, she’s not only the first server at St. John’s, she’s one of the best. “I love being able to have this view everyday when I come to work. I also love taking care of our customers that frequent St. John’s as well,” Erica told us. She also mentioned that the Spinach Crab Dip and Shrimp were daily staples for her. She’s not alone, Chef Keland told us those are very popular items as the big seller, Alligator Bites. Currently St. John’s menu is comfortable for budget conscious dinners & families, but upscale enough for special occasions. You can order one of their amazing Burgers or Fish and Shrimp Tacos or sit down for a hand-cut Filet Mignon and Lobster Tail dinner. The seafood

section includes Shrimp, Crab Cake, Scallops and Clams. And the Hand-cut steaks feature Ribeyes and New York Strips as well. On the new menu you will get to try Chef Keland’s amazing Gumbo. A recipe handed down from his 80-year-old grandmother loaded with, as they say in New Orleans, the holy trinity and more. Shrimp, Chicken, Adouille Sausage and many more secrets ingredients. You can also anticipate a ½ Roasted Chicken that will be served with house-made Pineapple Mango BBQ Sauce. Also Catfish New Orleans and even a Crawfish Etouffee, to name a few of the surprises. Local musicians add to the ambiance at St. John’s River Steak & Seafood every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Plan Easter Sunday (Resurrection Day) Brunch starting at 8 AM, where you will enjoy items like Eggs Benedict, Waffles, Shrimp & Grits and more. Then for Dinner, Lamb, Steaks or Seafood will be a wonderful selection for the holiday. The large bar at St. John’s offers an amazing view from every seat. And it’s the perfect spot to stop in for Cinco de Mayo and enjoy $3.00 Margarita’s and a large selection of Chef Specials like Quesadilla’s, Steak or Fish Tacos and Chicken or Steak Fajitas.

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There are a lot of changes taking place at St. John’s Steak & Seafood so we know something new is always waiting for us each time we return. You won’t be disappointed, so venture out to the waterfront and let us know what you think. Bon Apetit!

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or those who prefer their music a tad more on the loud and heavy side, Electric Shrine just might contain the right components for you. With a massive, sonic sound that echoes the likes of Bad Company, Free, and Saint Vitus. Electric Shrine is a straight forward ROCK AND ROLL band that gets as much influence from early blues and jazz music as they do rock. Make no mistakes about it, this is exactly the type of group that can “get your motor running.” Electric Shrine first came to life in February of 2016, although its members have all known each other for well over a decade, having all played in and around the Central Florida area. Husband and wife duo, Chris (guitar - formally of Tranquilizer) and Bhren (lead vocals), paired with former Familiar Sin band mates, Josh (drums) and Stone (bass), to form a tight and seemingly unbreakable bond that meshes together perfectly. Although the band hasn’t hit the studio thus far, they assure Backstage Pass Magazine that they have plans to enter it very (emphasis on very) soon. And with song titles like “Blue Divination,” “Last Confession,” and “Rock and Roll Saved My Soul,” you know these guys definitely mean business. The band also informs us that their writing process is a total collaboration effort between all four members, with Chris, Stone, and Josh all laying down the foundation. Bhren ultimately brings the songs to life with her lyrics. They also include such classics as“Fire and Water” by Free and “Bullet the Blue Sky” by U2 in their set lists from time to time. All in all, they just want audiences to feel something each and every time they go to their shows. When not playing with the band, the members of Electric Shrine are always staying busy. Josh and Stone are both family men who are heavy into motorcycles, while Chris constantly stays as busy as possible with music, having

two cover bands that he additionally plays with. Bhren is also occupied with her many other creative outlets, such as dabbling in SFX makeup, prop fabrication and set design. The band has shared the stage with their fair share of notable local acts as well, such as Black Light Cobras, Gargamel!, In the After, and Rust Bucket Revival, just to name a few. On May 6, Electric Shrine will actually be opening for national hard hitting act Saliva at The West End Trading Company in Sanford. The band says they are very excited for the chance to prove themselves alongside a group like Saliva at this completely acoustic event, and hope it will open more doors as far as playing with other touring bands who come through the Central Florida area. If you would like to catch a preview, Electric Shrine will also be preforming at The Haven Lounge in Winter Park on April 15, where they will actually be giving away a pair of free tickets to the Saliva show, then they will be back at The Haven again on May 19. Of course be sure to check in on the band’s Facebook page to keep up to date on any and all upcoming shows. I was impressed with their live act at The Sandford Music Fest and I assure you, you don’t want to miss Electric Shrine’s stellar performance and stage presence.

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DAYTONA DAYTONA CIGAR CLUB 200 Beach St,Daytona Beach 386-872-3057. House band,Live Jazz every Friday night,6-9pm HILTON DAYTONA OCEANWALK 100 N,lantic Avenue Daytona Beach, 386-243-8200. Stormin Norman Karaoke - Thursdays, 9pm, Louisiana Steve – April 1 & 15 and May 6, 9pm, Brad Griese – April 7, 9pm, Ryan Will – April 8, 9pm Mark Moore – April 14,21 & 22, 9pm Caesar Frazier – April 16, 11am (Grand Ballroom), Gabby Barrett – April 28, 9pm, Claire Vandiver – April 29, 9pm, Andrew Bosscher – May 5, 9pm NEPTUNE’S SPORTS PUB AND CAFÉ Corner of A1A and ISB 219 S,lantic Ave,Daytona Beach 386-256-2536. Live Entertainment,Karaoke every Friday. NEW Loc,ion – 415 Main St,2 floors BELLAIR LANES 2575 N,lantic Ave, Daytona Beach 386-677-5410. Saturday,9-11pm,KAROAKE Every 1st & 3rd Mon 9-11pm,COMEDY SHOWCASE, Every 2nd & 3rd Mon 9-11pm,Open Mic Comedy OCEAN WALK SHOPPES 250 N,lantic Ave.,Daytona Beach Thirsty Thursdays 4-7pm Most tenants have Happy Hour specials. Live entertainment on the courtyard. MAI TAI BAR 250 N,lantic Ave #130,Daytona Beach 386-947-2493. Apr 3 - Jessie Abbie,9:30pm – 12:30am , Apr 4 - Bobby France,9:30pm – 12:30am Apr 5 - DJ L,itude – 9:30pm – 12:30am Apr 6 - 8 - DJ L,itude – 9:30pm – 1:30am, Apr 9 – Clayton Sturgeon,9:30pm – 12:30am, Apr 10 - Jessie Abbie,9:30pm – 12:30am, Apr 11 - John Cabrera,9:30pm – 12:30am, Apr 12 - The Click,9:30pm – 12:30am, Apr 13 - Frontman Live Karaoke,10:00pm – 1:30am, Apr 14 – Tape Deck,10:00pm – 1:30am, Apr 15 – Psycho Magnets,10:00pm – 1:30am Apr 16 – Clayton Sturgeon,9:30pm

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– 12:30am, Apr 17 – Dustin Stock, 9:30pm – 12:30am, Apr 18 – Bobby France,9:30pm – 12:30am, Apr 19 Chuck Morel,9:30pm – 12:30am Apr 20 – Frontman Live Karaoke,10:00pm – 1:30am, Apr 21 & 22 – Most Wanted,10:00pm – 1:30am Apr 23 – Clayton Sturgeon,9:30pm – 12:30am, Apr 24 – Dustin Stock,9:30pm – 12:30am Apr 25 – John Cabrera,9:30pm – 12:30am Apr 26 – The Click,9:30pm – 12:30am Apr 27 – Frontman Live Karoke, 10:00pm – 1:30am, Apr 28 Greye,10:00pm – 1:30am Apr 29 – The Click,10:00pm – 1:30am Apr 30 – Clayton Sturgeon,9:30pm – 12:30am MARK’S SPORTS PUB 2045 S Ridgewood Ave,Daytona Beach, (386) 767-2277. Sunday Open Jam,7pm Free Poker Every Tuesday night Karoake with Scotty every Wed and Thurs, Live Music from 9:30pm Apr 7 & 8 - Psycho Magnets Apr 14 & 15 – Local Musicians TBD Apr 21 &22 – Crush , Apr 28 & 29 Circus, May 5 & 6 – Podium, May 12 – Toybox, May 13 – Psycho Magnets SLOPPY JOE’S 250 N,lantic Avenue #220 Daytona Beach, 386-239-0014. James Kirby – April 6, 9pm Charlie Gangi – April 7, 9pm & April 30, 5pm 5 Time Shag – April 8, 10pm John Frank – April 9 & 10, 5pm Jay Paski – April 13,23 & 24, 5pm Everette Stevens – April 14 & 29, 5pm Frankie Guinther – April 15, 5pm Steve Hutter – April 16 & 17, 5pm James Ryan – April 20, 5pm Barry M,hewson – April 21, 5pm Andrew Bosscher – April 22, 5pm Gabby Barrett – April 27, 5pm Ryan Will – April 28, 5pm SUNSETTERS RIVERFRONT BAR & GRILL 115 Main St. Daytona Beach 386-333-9798. Sundays Karaoke with Stormin’ Norman 6pm Apr 6 – Travis Rudd,5pm Apr 7 – Gus,5pm Apr 8 – Jeff Jarrett,5pm Apr 9 – Dan Baldrich,1pm Apr 13 – Caroline Strong,5pm

Apr 14 – Brad G,5pm Apr 15 – The Transfers,5pm Apr 16 – Dan Baldrich,1pm Apr 20 – Gus,5pm Apr 21 – Johny Otis,5pm Apr 22 – Jesse Abbey,5pm Apr 23 – Dan Baldrich,1pm Apr 27 – Brad G,5pm Apr 28 – Travis Rudd,5pm Apr 29 – Rhythm Hounds,5pm Apr 30 – Dan Baldrich,1pm May 4 – String Shine,5pm May 5 – Gus,5pm May 6 – Soul Coast,6pm May 7 – Dan Baldrich,1pm DELAND Yolo Cheese & Bar , 208 North Woodland Ave,, Deland , 386-873-7760. Local Musicians Friday and S,urday and every other Tuesday and Thursday NEW SMYRNA BEACH CHASES ON THE BEACH 3401 S,lantic Avenue, New Smyrna Beach, 386-423-8787. Zebbhi Niyah – April 8,5pm JW Gilmore – April 9 & 22,5pm RW3 – April 15,5pm The Salt – April 22,5pm The Daze After Tour - Apr 23 - The Intracoastals,Cloud9 Vibes,Coastal Breed,The Trees Of Life,,t*ck The Track,The River City Band,and Nick Roy. Mike Quick – April 30,5pm FLAGLER TAVERN 414 Flagler Avenue New Smyrna Beach, 386-402-8861. Johnny Reed Foley – Thursdays and S,urdays,5pm The Transfers – Saturdays,12pm OUTRIGGERS 200 Bo,yard Street New Smyrna Beach, 386-428-6888. Gina Cuchetti – April 7,6pm Evening Muze – April 8,6pm The Transfers – April 14,6pm Shaina Harper – April 15,6pm Tony Cuchetti – April 21,6pm Drew Halverson – April 22,6pm Julia McDonald – April 28,6pm Jimmy Z – April 29,6pm TAYTON O’BRIANS 410 Flagler Avenue, New Smyrna Beach, 386-957-3869. Jonny Odis – April 1,9pm Jeff Risinger – April 7,9pm Dustin Stock – April 8,9pm Michael Makepeace – April 15,9pm

Kenny Finn – April 21,9pm Rammer – April 22,9pm Just Gus – April 28,9pm RW3 – April 29,9pm YELLOW DOG EATS 247 Canal Street, New Smyrna Beach,FL 32168, 386-410-4824. Martin and the Dead Guys – April 6, 6pm, Jimmy Z – April 7, 7pm Seth Pause – April 8, 7pm Guy Perry – April 13, 6pm Stealing Vanity – April 14, 7pm Adam and Farley – April 15, 7pm Rammer – April 20, 6pm The Transfers – April 21, 7pm Jonny Odis – April 22, 7pm Jeff White – April 27, 6pm Gina Cuchetti – April 28, 7pm Beartoe – April 29, 7pm PORT ORANGE ORIGINAL FIRST TURN 5236 S Ridgewood Ave, Port Orange (386) 788-5434. Apr 5. Carl B. 6 Apr 6 - Acoustic Jam w/Micalini 6,Big Stacks Poker League (Free) Inside 6 Apr 7 - Then2Now 7 Apr 8 - Benefit Poker Run for Tim Singleton,Playin’ Possum 2,Brad Sayre 6 Apr 9 - Jeremy & Andrea Mix 4 Apr 11. Bike Nite Tiki 7 - 9 Blues Jam hosted by John Long & Stone Free 6 , Karaoke w/Michael inside 6, Apr 12. Sam Church 6 Apr 13. Shaun Peace 6, Apr 14. Hayfire 7, Apr 15. Crush 6 Apr 16. Happy Easter - Mike Chandler 4, Apr 18. Bike Nite Tiki 7 - 9 Blues Jam hosted by John Long & Stone Free 6 , Karaoke w/George inside 6, Apr 19. Linda Long 6 Apr 20. Megan K,arina 6 Apr 21. The Accuzed 6 Apr 22. Buzzard Luck 6 Apr 23. Gus Gus 4 Apr 25. Jeep Beach kick-off Buzzard Luck 5, Apr 26. Megan Stuart 6, Apr 27. Jimmy Z. 6 Apr 28. Megan K,arina Band 6 Apr 29. Highway Starz 6 Apr 30. Benefit for Whitnee Estrada-Tripp, Cornhole Tournament 1 Reuben ‘Lounge Lizard’ 4 May 2. Bike Nite Tiki 7 - 9 Blues Jam hosted by John Long & Stone Free 6 , Karaoke w/George inside 6, May 3. Carl B. 6 May 4. Acoustic Jam w/Micalini 6 May 5. Then2Now 6, May 6. Cornhole

Madness tourney 12 - 6 , Brad Sayre 6 PONCE INLET RACINGS NORTH TURN 4511 S,lantic Ave,Ponce Inlet (386) 322-3258. Don Hill – Every Mon,6pm Mark Moore - Every Tues,6pm,every Sun 1-5pm , Eddie Uzzle & Steve Hagman – Every Wed,6pm Country Night w Kenny,Willie & Mike Caso – Every Thurs,6pm Mike Caso & Eddie Uzzle – Every Fri,6pm, Parrallel w/ Debbie Gulliven – Last S, of Month,6pm Dan & Andy – Every Sun,6pm ORMOND 31 SUPPER CLUB 31 W Granada Blvd.,Ormond Beach, 386-275-1625 Christie Beu – April 1,7pm Eric Alexander – April 8,7pm Dana Kamide Band – April 15,7pm Midnight Ramblers – April 22,7pm Brian Hayes – April 29,7pm BEAVER BAR 1105 N US Hwy 1 , Ormond Beach 386-673-3400. Monday – Wing Night Tuesday -Seafood Pl,ter Night Karaoke every Wednesday Reuben the Lounge Lizard every Thursday , DJ every Friday Live bands every S,urday - fe,uring The Chris Hi,t Band every other Saturday GRIND GASTROPUB AND KONA TIKI BAR 49 W Granada Blvd.,Ormond Beach, 386-672-7277. M,t Burke – April 1,7pm Jimmy Z – April 1,9pm James Ryan – April 3,6pm Jay Paski – April 4,6pm Johnny Reed Foley – April 5 & 19,6pm Bradford Buckley – April 6, 7:30pm and April 17,6pm RW3 – April 7,7pm Drew Halverson – April 7,9pm Jonny Odis – April 8,7pm Thom Blasberg – April 8,9pm Chuck Morel – April 10 & 24, 6pm Evening Muze – April 11 & 25, 6pm The JAM – April 12 & 26, 6pm Jeff White – April 13, 7:30pm Julia McDonald – April 14, 7pm JT Douglas – April 14, 9pm Kenny Finn – April 15, 7pm Jay Crosier – April 15, 9pm Robert Keele – April 20, 7pm

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Zebbhi Niyah – April 21, 7pm Beartoe – April 21, 9pm Timmy Rivers – April 22, 7pm Cory Worsley – April 22, 9pm Dustin Stock – April 27, 7:30pm Trey Geddings – April 28, 7pm Danny Dread – April 28, 9pm Gabby Barrett – April 29, 7pm Martin and the Dead Guys – April 29, 9pm LAGERHEADS BAR & GRILL 2986 Oceanshore Blvd, Ormond Beach (386) 265-1977. Every Saturday Don Hill, 12 – 4pm Every Sunday except Apr 30 - Don Hill Every Monday - Eddie Wolford Apr 6 & 27 - Gary Wright , Apr 7 - Lou McNally, Apr 8, 15 & 29 - Robert Keele, Apr 11, 18 & 25 - Eddie Wolford , Apr 12, 19 & 26 - Reuben “Lounge Lizard”, Apr 13 & 20 – Don Hill, Apr 14 - Jose and Gill, Apr 21 - Chip Brock Apr 22 – TBA , Arp 28 - Marty McCharacter, Apr 30 – Lionheart, May 4 - Gary “not quite” Wright, May 5 - Lou McNally May 6 - Robert Keele, May 7 - Don Hill SANFORD ST JOHNS RIVER STEAK & SEAFOOD 55 N Palmetto Ave,Sanford 404-878-0980. Local Musicians 6 – 9pm Friday and S,urday,2-6pm Sunday. WEKIVA ISLAND 1014 Miami Springs Drive Longwood, 407-864-2003. Sean Holcomb – April 1,15 & 29, 7pm Musical Charis – April 7, 7pm Julia McDonald – April 8, 7pm Martin and the Dead Guys – April 14, 7pm, Warren Beck – April 21, 7pm John Frank – April 22, 7pm Robert Keele Trio – April 28, 7pm PALM COAST TORTUGAS 608 S Ocean Shore Blvd. Flagler Beach, 386-439-0098. The Salt – April 1,6pm James Ryan – April 8,6pm Milka – April 15,6pm RW3 – April 22,6pm Greye – April 29,6pm


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Located on Biker Row in Ormond Beach, this bar/restaurant is a must visit if you’re in town! Cold beer, awesome staff and live music. Stop by for Steak night on Wednesday starting at 4pm or $1.00 Taco’s on Thursday night’s beginning at 4pm. Sunday All-You-Can-Eat breakfast is $5.00 8am-12pm. 1105 US-1 Ormond Beach

DINE AND CRUISE

This all new Dinner Cruise out of Daytona offers a wonderful evening for just $19.95 a person. Enjoy Entree selections of Roast Turkey, Ham, Prime Rib and Shrimp. Kids meals are available. Enjoy a 2 hour cruise on the beautiful intracoastal waterway. Free raffles during the trip! No, we are not kidding... You get all this for JUST $19.95 !! (drinks are not included but discounted) Imagine.... you are leisurely feasting on a mouth-watering dinner while on board the Lady Dolphin of Daytona for your 2 hour sightseeing River Cruise. Visit the website at dineandcruise.com to get your tickets. (386) 402-1353

HILTON DAYTONA BEACH RESORT/OCEAN WALK VILLAGE

Lunch, Dinner or Late Night the Ocean Walk Shoppes offers a wide variety of Restaurant choices. BUBBA GUMP SHRIMP CO. 386-947-8433, JOHNNY ROCKETS 386-238-3574, KER’S WINGHOUSE 386-255-1893, MAI TAI BAR 386947-2493, COLD STONE CREAMERY 386-254-5111, SURFDOGS BREAKFAST & LUNCH CAFE, MY PI PIZZA 386-238-5252, BUBBA GUMP 386-947-8433 SLOPPY JOE’S 386-239-0014 250 N. Atlantic Ave., Suite 201, Daytona Beach.

ST. JOHN’S RIVER STEAK & SEAFOOD

Proud to be home of one of Louisiana’s finest chefs the offer American Fare with a Southern Flair. Peel and Eat Shrimp, Pig Out Chips, Boom Boom Shrimp or Shrimp & Grits, Homemade Chowders and Gumbo, Flatbread, Handheld Burgers and Sandwiches, Steaks, Chicken, Oysters, Pasta, Seafood and homemade desserts. Full Bar. Located in the Marina in Sanford a nice drive down 415 from the East Coast. 550 N Palmetto Ave, Sanford. (407) 878-0980

SUNSETTERS

Located on historic Beach Street, Sunsetters offers a casual Caribbean/Key West dining experience with waterfront dining, daily happy hour specials from 4-7 and fresh seafood daily. If you are looking for unique creations like lobster and crab grilled cheese or shrimp and grits, Sunsetters is the place for you. Enjoy beautiful sunsets and live music. Sunday Brunch available. 115 Main St. Daytona Beach

TORTUGAS

If you’re looking for lunch or dinner with an ocean view, you want to visit Tortugas. They offer daily selections of fresh Atlantic Seafood and specialty entrees like Guava Babyback Ribs and Fried Green Tomatoes. Tortugas also offers hand squeezed margaritas and other Caribbean inspired libations. Live entertainment Wednesday thru Sunday. 608 S. Ocean Shore Blvd. Flagler Beach

BLUE BAYOU CAJUN BISTRO & BAR

Fearuring signature mouth-watering Cajun and Southern Dishes. Fresh ingredients in a comfortable family-friendly environment. Full bar, cafe seating. Seving lunch and dinner, closed Monday. 3510 S. Nova Rd., Port Orange. (386) 256-4992

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BELLA RYAN'S DELI

Specializing in over 20 different Pierogies and Galumpkis sold by the pound. Also a large assortment of homemade hot and cold Dishes, Subs and Salads. Some seating, mostly take-out. You will love their prices. Mon. - Sat., 7:30am-6:30pm. 3751 S. Nova Rd., Port Orange. (386) 333-9152

Home to several restaurants whether it's the Sport Pub Legends with craft beers, wings and more, the cafe to grab salads for the beach, Doc Bales for one of their amazing Buffets on Sunday Brunch and Friday and Saturday evenings and the Clocktower Lounge for entertainment and munchies as, well as, there Tiki Bar featuring Wet Beach Club every Sunday. There is something for everyone at this landmark stop. Complimentary Valet with $30 purchase. 100 North Atlantic Ave.

THE ORIGINAL FIRST TURN

Start off your meal right with Firecracker Shrimp, Fried Fish Bites or Chicken Quesadillas. Then work your way through an amazing selection of steamed seafood, including shrimp, snow crab legs, oysters and clams. The steaks are to die for, and the wings are no slouch either. 5236 S Ridgewood Ave, Port Orange. (386) 788-5434

BELLAIR LANES

LAGERHEADS BAR & GRILL

NEPTUNE’S SPORTS PUB & CAFE

UNCLE WALDO’S SPORTS PUT & BILLIARDS

The best dive in town! Appetizers include Seared Ahi Tuna, Beer Battered Onion Rings Little Neck Clams, Peel n’ Eat Shrimp. Soups & Salads. Sandwiches & Wraps such as the Grouper Reuben, Crab Cake Croissant, Philly Cheese Steak and Turkey Club. Baskets stuffed full of Fish & Chips, Clam Strips, Fried Oysters. Dinner Entrees include Home Made Meatloaf and Shrimp Scampi. Full Service Bar. Pet Friendly. Voted Best Burger and Best Live Music. Large Deck and Ocean View. 2986 Ocean Shore Blvd., Ormond by the Sea. (386) 265-1977

RACING’S NORTH TURN

Directly on the ocean! Come to Racing’s North Turn for a meal where the Legend of Daytona Racing Began! Enjoy a wide variety of casual dining fare including Steaks, Seafood, Sandwiches, Wraps, Salads and Snacks. Come for the Russ Truelove Prime Rib Sandwich, stay for the Live Entertainment and Full Bar! 4511 S Atlantic Ave, Ponce Inlet. (386) 322-3258

Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily with daily food and drink specials. NFL Ticket and Karaoke Wednesday and Friday’s 7-11. Enjoy menu creations like the Daytona 500 Omelet and Poseidon’s Fury (spicy wings and shrimp) Outdoor dining offered at Captain Jack’s Drunken Parrot Tiki Bar. 219 S. Atlantic Ave. Daytona Beach

YOLO BAR & GRILLED CHEESE

Eat like a kid and drink like a king! Their large bar features signature craft cocktails, over 140 Whiskeys and Amazing Grilled Cheeses like The Cluckin’ Hot make with Chicken and Blue Cheese on Sourdough, The Mac Daddy with Creamy Mac and Cheese, The How with Slow Roasted Pork, The Grotto with Bacon and Smoked Gouda, The Delandite with Fig Preserves and Harvarti or the Jam Session with Blackberry Marmalade and Brie. Even Gluten free bread. Starters, Breadless Bowls, Desserts and more. 208 N. Woodland Blvd., Historic Downtown Deland. From the East Coast just straight up 44 or take I-4. (386) 873-7760

PUB FOOD This state of the art late night grill with bar/game room is a til 2 AM! 2575 N.

bowling facility is a local favorite and features a burgers, fries, dogs, nachos and more! The full popular spot and best of all food is served unAtlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach. (386) 677-5410

This newly renovated Billiards Hall has opened their kitchen to serve all the munchies we know and love. Full Bar, Fun Appetizers like Loaded Fries, Fried Pickles and Queso Sticks, Nacho’s, Quesadilla’s, Wings, Chicken Breast, Philly Steaks, Pup’s Shepherd Pie, Homemade Meatball Sub, Meatloaf and Salads. 2454 S. Nova Road, Daytona Beach. (386) 760-7006

ICE CREAM

RITTER’S FROZEN CUSTARD

Specializing in creamy frozen custard in cones, dishes, sundaes, homemade waffle cones and bowls, hand-dipped shakes and malts, Italian Ice and home to Nathan’s Hot Dogs. Take home a pint, quart or cake for any occasion! Sugar Free Custard, toppings and chocolate sauce available. 4629 S. Clyde Morris Blvd., (at the corner of Herbert St.) Port Oranqe (386) 760-1082

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THE DOCK JAM SEAFOOD MUSIC FESTIVAL Current Productions is proud to have selected Daytona Beach for The Dock Jam Seafood Music Festival. The Dock Jam Seafood Music Festival is a huge down-home seafood music festival with over 10 bands rocking the River. On May 20-21 at Halifax Harbor Marina, The Dock Jam host eclectic sounds with a variety of music styles so everyone can sway the afternoon away. What a way to start a weekend with over 12 bands rock’n the river with the sounds of Brent Byrd Band, J Collins, Propaganjah, Emma Moseley Band, Groove Coalition, Chieforia, Hard 2 Handle and Diamond Dixie, just to name a few. The Dock Jam pairs a good selection of craft beer from Ormond Brewing Company, Sweetwater, Fat Tire and Budweiser to match up perfect with seafood and a great view of the marina. The Dock Jam Seafood Music Festival World Famous Tiki Bar is right on the water and features a full bar with drinks including specialty cocktails and happy hour 2-4-1 beer specials. As a treat on Saturday and Sunday morning the Tiki Bar host a few happy

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hour specials from 10am –noon with Bloody Marys and a tasty Island Bay Breeze. Plan to stay and play some of the best cornhole players in the Harborside Cornhole Tournament. Kids’ cornhole boards and team signups are available throughout the day with winner’s and prizes. Several features we are excited to produce as part of the event includes the area’s largest in-water boat show and some very cool water activities like the Stand Up Paddle Boarding and Kayak Relay Races plus an obstacle course and sailing demo’s available in the Harbor Marina. One of the biggest show highlights is always the Ms. Florida Boat Show Bikini Contest presented by Pirata Coutour. Girls travel from all over the south to showcase the latest summer beach fashion at its most extreme. Make sure to be on site on Saturday at 2pm for the greatest show in the harbor. As a bonus when you come out to The Dock Jam, attendees also get free admission to the The Florida Boat Show with a variety of new power boats, sail boats, kayaks, marine accessories and service exhibitors of all types featured throughout the marina. Stay connected with the social updates and exciting features on Facebook at The Dock

Jam Seafood Music Festival and on Instagram - #thedockjam @thedockjam The 2-day Dock Jam Seafood Music Festival host an Arts Village full of art and exhibitors showcasing glass, jewelry, woodworking, clothing, furniture and other hand-crafted items. The Dock Jam kicks off on Saturday, May 20th from 10am-8pm and runs through Sunday, May 21st from 10am-6pm. Admission is $10 for adults, teens and children under 16 are free with accompanying adult. Tickets can be purchased at www.thedockjam.com. All attendees of the festival will have access to the following exciting events with a $10 entry fee: LIVE Music – over 10 bands Stand Up Paddleboard Races Kayak Relay Races Kids area with a rock wall and bungee Sailboat demo’s and instruction The Florida Boat Show Bikini Contest for $1000 in cash and prizes Cornhole Tournament Variety of food trucks

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Includes admission to The Florida Boat Show Craft beer from Ormond Brewing Company Beers from Sweetwater, Fat Tire and Budweiser Full serving waterfront Tiki Bar Vendors GALORE Children under 16 are FREE! WHEN / WHERE: DATE: May 20-21, 2017 TIMES: Saturday 10am-8pm Sunday 10am – 6pm LOCATION: Halifax Harbor Marina 450 Basin St. Daytona Beach, FL 32114  thedockjam.com Facebook: The Dock Jam Seafood Music Festival Instagram: @thedockjam | #thedockjam


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ORIGINAL FIRST TURN LIVE LOCAL MUSIC 6 DAYS A WEEK!

LARGE OUTDOOR DECK • SMOKING TIKI BAR • ICE COLD BEER • FULL LIQUOR • FABULOUS FOOD

SUN - THURS, 11 AM-11 PM, FRI & SAT, 11 AM-1 AM

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EVENTS

DAYTONA BEACHSIDE GALLERIES/MUSEUMS Apr 4 – 29: THE SIDEWALK ENDS HERE - Madison & Matthew Creech, mixed media. Reception: 4/28/2017. May 2 – Jun 3: Blooming Watercolors by Roohee Mirbaha. Rose Room Gallery, Peabody Auditorium, 600 Auditorium Blvd., Daytona Beach. FAMILY/YOUTH APR 6 – 9 NATIONAL CHEER AND DANCE CHAMPIONSHIPS Many events at the Ocean Center, Daytona Beach Bandshell and Peabody Auditorium. nca.varsity.com APR 15 DAYTONA BEACH EASTER BEACH RUN 8am World’s Most Famous Beach, 4-mile race or a 2-mile fun run or health walk. Kids special races. $15 - $35. The Bandshell behind Ocean Walk Shoppes. easterbeachrundaytona.com. APR 22 & 23 IRONCROSS COMPETITION – MEN’S GYMNASTICS Daily $20 adults, $10 children 6-17, <5 Free. Weekend pass $30 adults, $15 children 6-17. Cash only at door. Schedule: 2017r8compchamps.com. Ocean Center, 101 N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach MAY 7 FUEL ATHLETICS UP IN FLAMES SHOWCASE 4-6pm, Cheer presentation. The Bandshell,250 N Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach MUSIC Apr 9- 7pm - RAIN, The Beatles tribute Apr 25 – 8-11pm – Dance Theatre of Harlem Apr 27 – 7:30pm Mamma Mia!, Prices vary. Peabody Auditorium, 600 Auditorium Boulevard, DB. Peabody.org. APR 7 STACY MITCHHART BAND 8-11:30pm Jazz, Latin, R&B, Gospel, Rock and Soul fans and diehard blues. $15, The Bank & Blues Club, 701 Main St, Daytona Beach, WORKSHOP/CLASSES APR 29 & 30 FESTIVAL OF DANCE Classes with world class guest faculty, lunch, showcase on Sunday. Master Classes for grades 3 and up. $50, festival shirt and choreography session. Civic Ballet of Volusia County, 386-308-0547.info@ civicballetvc.org. FUNDRAISER APR 28 20TH ANNIVERSARY CIVIC BALLET OF VOLUSIA COUNTY GALA 7-9pm Awards, silent auction, Nutcracker giveaway, surprise announcement. $25. Palmetto Club, 1000 S Beach St, Daytona Beach. civicballetvc.org APR 29 MUTT STRUT ON THE BEACH 8am – 12pm Well-behaved leashed dogs, Live Music, Mutt Marketplace, costume/talent contests, more. $5 - $35. Benefits Halifax Humane Society. Daytona Beach Bandshell, 70 Boardwalk, Daytona Beach, HHSMuttstrut.org MISCELLANEOUS EVERY WED

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RIVER OF HISTORY BOAT TOUR 10:00am Tour the Ponce Inlet Intracoastal Waterway from Ponce Inlet Water Sports to New Smyrna, 386-405-3445, $25/adults; 5-12 /$10, 4936 South Peninsula Drive, Ponce Inlet.

GARDENS Stroll, read history, full-size stone dinosaurs, human sun dial, hide and find rocks and an herb garden shaped like Florida. Donations. 950 Old Sugar Mill Rd, Pt Orange.

3RD TUES VICTORIAN TEA AT THE LILLIAN PLACE 2pm, $20, Lillian Place Historic House, 111 Silver Beach Ave, Daytona, (386) 256-4810.

APR 8 FLORIDA LIGHTHOUSE DAY 10:30am – 2:30pm Activities and workshops for children and families. lighthouse keeper describes his duties. $6.95 Adults, $1.95 Children Age 2-11. Ponce Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, 4931 S. Peninsula Dr. 386-761-1821.

APR 13 BCU GREEK PROBATE PRESENTATION Free, requires ticket from BCU Ticketmaster on campus or Ocean Center, 101 N Atlantic, Daytona Beach APR 15 EASTER BEACH MASS 9am Celebrating sunrise and Easter. The Daytona Beach Bandshell with sounds of lapping waves and the rays of the morning sun. 386-255-0433.

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SOUTH DAYTONA/PORT ORANGE FESTIVALS 1st Thursday RETAIL THERAPY THURSDAY 6:30-9pm. Free fun shopping event, JUST US GIRLS, VFW Post 3282 Port Orange Florida, 5810 S Williamson Blvd, Port Orange, (386) 760-2324. APR 6 FOOD TRUCK AND JEEP SHOW 5-8pm Food trucks: Southern State of Mind, Sandy Bottoms and the Garbage Can., music by Mr. DJ and Jeeps. Sunshine Park Mall, 2400 S. Ridgewood Ave. FB–1269853356433209. APR 21 & 22 LAKESIDE JAZZ FESTIVAL 10am – 8pm FREE a weekend of Jazz entertainment and workshops. Food and drink profits benefit music students of Atlantic High, Spruce Creek High and Warner Christian Academy for music camps. 2001 City Center Circle, Port Orange, port-orange.org APR 22 & 23 15TH ANNUAL PORT ORANGE ART FEST Sat 9am – 5pm, Sun 10am – 4pm Artists, crafters, food and entertainment in conjunction with the Lakeside Jazz Festival. 386-506-5868 APR 22 & 23 NATIVE AMERICAN EARTH FESTIVAL Sat 10am – 7pm Sun 10am – 5pm Meet native people, culture, dancing, drumming, trade and many tribes. Petting zoo, wildlife exhibits. Cash at gate $2 – 4 per day. Reed Canal Park, 2871 S. Nova Rd. 386-322-3070. APR 28 PORT ORANGE EARTH DAY 5:30 – 8pm Hands on wildlife show, food trucks, music, kid’s crafts, rock painting, bounce houses, natural crafter expo, and Arbor day ceremony. 2001 City Center Circle, Port Orange, port-orange.org FILM MOVIES AT THE LIBRARY Apr 10 – Queen of Katwe Apr 17 – Jackie Apr 24 – Hidden Figures Apr 30- The Altruism Revolution May 1 – Fences 2-4pm, FREE, Port Orange Library Auditorium, 386-322-5152 x20936. FAMILY/YOUTH ONGOING DUNLAWTON SUGAR MILL BOTANICAL

APR 8 EGG HUNT & FUN 9:45am – 12pm Infant through 9 years. Bring your own basket. Petting zoo, balloon creations, bounce house and playground. Reed Canal Park, South Daytona. 386-322-3070. APR 15 COMMUNITY EASTER EGG HUNT 11am, Christ Church, 2421 Tomoka Farms Rd, Port Orange. 386-226-0052. APR 15 EASTER EGG HUNT 10am, Candy, prizes and free egg hunt. Ages 0 – 12. Port Orange Amphitheater, 100 City Circle Dr, Port Orange. Onechurchpo.net MUSIC APR 27 TASTE OF THE SHORES 4:30 – 8pm Sample food from local restaurants and enjoy The Quarter Notes at the Daytona Beach Shores Pavilion, 3048 S Atlantic Ave., $10. Daytona Beach Shores.dbshores.org WORKSHOPS/CLASSES MONDAYS THROUGH JUNE 5 HAWAIIAN HULA & POLYNESIAN DANCE 6:30 – 7:30pm Come learn the joys of hula and enjoy the aloha. Piggotte Community Center, 504 Big Tree Rd, South Daytona. 386-767-7266.

RUBBER DUCK RACE 11am – 2pm 1,000+ ducks in Rose Bay, 12pm. Proceeds benefit Early Learning Coalition of Flagler & Volusia and Seabreeze Kiwanis Club. $25 Hidden Treasure Tiki Bar & Grill, 5993 S Ridgewood Ave, Port Orange. 386-323-2400 APR 12 YAPPY HOUR 5:30 – 7:30pm $15. Light appetizers and 2 drinks. Dogs FREE. Proceed for Halifax Humane Society. Tomoka Brewing Company, 4647 S Clyde Morris Blvd, Port Orange. HalifaxHumaneSociety.org MISCELLANEOUS EVERY THURSDAY LINE DANCE CLASSES Beginner classes from 5:30-6:30pm. Advanced at 6:30pm. Port Orange Adult Center Annex, 3738 Halifax Dr., Port Orange. Joe 386-672-3868. NOW – MAY 11 HEALTH AND FITNESS CHALLENGE Get Fit Port Orange Health & Fitness Challenge! Sign up online or in person. $50 (18+), 386-506-5868. APR 1 – 13 PORT ORANGE SENIOR GAMES Everyone 50+ is welcome to participate. $10 for first event, $5 for subsequent events. 4655 City Circle, Port Orange. Brooke 386-506-5854. APR 7 – 9 8TH ANNUAL KING OF THE INLET OFFSHORE FISHING TOURNAMENT. Register Friday 6pm, Fish Saturday Ponce Inlet, weigh-in 11 am Sunday. Double the money for Wahoo. Volusia Top Gun, 2900 Bellevue Ave, Daytona Beach, 386-310-7993. info@volusiatopgun.com ONGOING CRACKER CREEK & GAMBLE PLACE BOAT TOURS Learn Florida Pioneer History at winter home of James N. Gamble. $8-$24, 1795 Taylor Road, Port Orange, 386-304-0778.

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2ND MONDAY PAW PAW CHAPTER OF THE NATIVE PLANT SOCIETY 6:30 -9:00pm, FREE Piggotte Community Center, 504 Big Tree Rd, South Daytona.

NEW SMYRNA BEACH/ EDGEWATER FESTIVALS 1ST SAT OF THE MONTH CRAFT BEER WALK 1-7pm $20/6oz souvenir glass & 12 sampling tickets for 10 locations. Save 10% when you bring your glass back. Canal St, NSB, CanalStreetNSB.com

APR 5 BOOK CLUB 2-4pm “Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarity. FREE. Council Chambers, 3048 South Atlantic Avenue Daytona Beach Shores, Kim 520-391-4020.

4TH SATURDAY WINE WALK 1-7pm, $25, 20 tasting tickets and keepsake wine glass. 100 wines on Flagler Avenue, Historic Flagler Avenue, New Smyrna Beach. partyonflagler.com

EVERY WEDNESDAY BACKGAMMON 9am – 12pm Bring your board or play on opponent’s. FREE. Piggotte Community Center, 504 Big Tree Rd., South Daytona.

APR 15 ACA COMMUNITY DAY 10:00 am - 2:00 pm Storytelling, take home art project, face painting, live music and many Health stations. Atlantic Center for the Arts, 1414 Art Center Ave, New Smyrna Beach. 386-428-1753.

EVERY WEDNESDAY RELAXATION MADE SIMPLE 6:30-7:30pm Guided meditation and sound therapy with crystal bowls. $6 per class. Piggotte Community Center, 504 Big Tree Rd. South Daytona. 386-478-4700.

APR 20 NEW SMYRNA BEACH FOOD FESTIVAL 5-9pm Along Flagler Avenue diners sample tastesized portions of Volusia County restaurants’ best dishes priced from $3 to $5 and enjoy live entertainment. flaglerave.com

EVERY FRIDAY COMMUNITY STITCHING CIRCLE 10am – 12pm. Piggotte Community Center, 504 Big Tree Rd, South Daytona. FUNDRAISERS APR 8 – 9

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THEATRE/COMEDY Apr 5 – 9 - Come Back to The Five and Dime Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean May 5 – 7 and 11-14 - The Girls of The Garden Club 8:00–10:00pm $10. The Little Theatre of New Smyrna Beach, 726 Third Avenue, 386-4231246. nsbplayers.org GALLERIES/MUSEUMS 1ST SATURDAY ART STROLL AND ARTISTS MARKET Art Stroll: 10am – 7pm Galleries/Museums located on Douglas and Canal Streets feature solo and group exhibitions, artist talks (4-8pm at Douglas Ave and The Hub) and live music (11am-1pm at Christmas Park). Canalstreetnsb.com Now – Apr 15 -- Jamieson Thomas – The Language of Flowers. Apr 1 – 29 -- Joseph Palmerio, A Journey with Paint FREE, ACA Downtown: Arts on Douglas, 123 Douglas Street, New Smyrna Beach. atlanticcenterforthearts.org APR 29 THINGS NO ONE WOULD SEE 6:30 – 8:30pm Photography exhibition of emotions, mental states, and stories reimagined. Live music, hors d’oeuvres, beverages, and more. FREE. ACA Harris House, 214 South Riverside Dr, New Smyrna Beach NOW – MAY 6 ACA 40TH ANNIVERSARY EXHIBITION: 40-YEAR RETROSPECTIVE Our archives display our history that Doris Leeper envisioned when she started Atlantic Center for the Arts. Pabst Visitor Center & Gallery, 1414 Art Center Ave, New Smyrna Beach FILM 1ST WEDNESDAY WOMEN IN FILM & TELEVISION 6:30 - 8:30 pm Networking to promote art and creation in the community. FREE Light snacks and beverages. thehuboncanal.org FAMILY/YOUTH APR 6 CHALLENGE 5K 5:30pm Starts and finishes at the Chamber of Commerce. Flat, 3.1 mile run, historic Magnolia St and Riverside Dr. $25 adults, $20 12 and under, Southeast Volusia Chamber of Commerce, 115 Canal St, NSB, runsignup.com raceId=6237 MUSIC EVERY 4TH THURSDAY BLUEGRASS JAM AT THE HUB 6:30 – 8:30pm Play, sing, or just listen! Play books, some refreshments provided. $5 donation. The Hub, 132 Canal St, New Smyrna, (386) 957-3924. TheHubonCanal.org APR 7 NY ROCKABILLY ROCKETS 9pm, Om Bar, 392 Flagler Ave, New Smyrna Beach, WORSKHOP/CLASSES 1ST THURSDAY ESSENTIAL OILS WITH TERRI MAZZELLA 6:30 - 8:30 pm Learn about essential oils. Oils will be available for purchase. FREE. The Hub, 32 Canal St., New Smyrna Beach. 386-852-4228. Apr 10, 17 & 24 UNDERSTANDING DREAMS 7-8:30pm A licensed mental health counselor in-

troduces various techniques to help you discover a dream’s true meaning. Bring a notebook and pen. $80 for 4-week course. The Hubl,132 Canal St, NSB APRIL 12, 19, 26, MAY 3, 10, 17 INTRODUCTION TO ARCHERY CLINICS 3-5PM Children 8-12 will learn basic parts of a bow and arrow and to safely shoot on a target range by a certified USA Archery Level 2 instructors. $60.  Register Logan Rohrbach 386-428-4828/386-428-3310. Marine Discovery Center, NSB APR 15 UKRAINIAN EGG DEMONSTRATION 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Watch the creation of wax-resist Ukrainian Easter eggs. FREE. The Hub, 32 Canal St., New Smyrna Beach. 386-957-3924. APR 22 INTUITIVE ART FIGURES FOR EARTH DAY 10:00 am - 3:00 pm Artist/art therapist Laura Bohn. Create Intuitive Art Figures (aka Spirit or Healing Art Dolls) using natural and recycled materials. $30. ACA Downtown, Harris House, 214 S Riverside Dr., New Smyrna Beach, 386-423-1753. ONGOING LINE DANCING Mon 6 – 9pm, Wed 9-11:30am, Fri 9-11:30am Swing, jazz, oldies, waltz, cha cha, country and more.  All ages. $4/class resident, $5/class nonresident, Coronado Civic Center, 150 Pine St at Flagler Ave., 386-410-2890.   FUNDRAISERS Apr 8 PADDLE OUT POVERTY 9:00 am - 12:30 pm Paddleboard/kayak races, lessons and eco-tours. Fun paddle to Disappearing Island, food and music.  $30. Proceeds for entrepreneurs in Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, and Florida. Lighthouse Point Park: 5000 S Atlantic Ave, Ponce Inlet. Creatingjobs.org APR 22 NEW SMYRNA BEACH AIRPORT FLYIN BREAKFAST 8-11am Silent Auction, raffle, breakfast. WWII aircraft and military vehicles on display. Proceeds to the Southeast Volusia Humane Society. $5 donation. American Aero Service, 1501 Airway Circle New Smyrna Beach MISCELLANEOUS HANNAH BONNET WALKING TOURS 10:30am Apr 5 & 12- Historic Canal Street business district and trains. Apr 7 & 14 - Beautiful Riverside Dr, learn about historic homes and the old wharf. Apr 8 & 15 - Why is there a gravesite in the road? What does Watch and Warn mean? Members $8.00/ Non-Members $10.00. Wed/Fri Tours will meet at the NSB Museum of History, 120 Sams Ave. Sat Tours meet at the Riverview Hotel lobby, 103 Flagler Ave. Walk-ins welcome. 386.478.0052. APR 8 NSB MIDDLE SCHOOL FASHION SHOW 11:00 am - 1:00 pm The styles are made from recycled paper and plastic. Free and open to the public. The Hub, 132 Canal St, New Smyrna Beach. 386-957-3924. Cont’ on page 27

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MOTORCYCLES & CLASSIC CARS RIDES & RALLIES APRIL 17 FRIDAY LUNCH RIDE 11:30AM – 2:30PM, daytona200mc.com APRIL 15 HARLEY OWNERS GROUP MEETING & LUNCH RIDE 10:30 am Scenic 135 Mile Ride and Delicious Lunch Sponsored by Seminole Harley-Davidson! Seminole Harley Davidson, 620 Hickman Circle, Sanford. 407.328.1212. 3RD THURSDAY OFF ROAD RALLY 6:30 – 9:30PM Family friendly. 50/50 for cash, off-road accessory giveaways. Ice cream, BBQ, Beer tubs, music. St John’s Rivership Co, 433 N Palmetto Ave., Sanford, 321-441-3030. stjohnsrivershipco.com 4TH FRIDAY GROUP RIDE Bruce Rossmeyer’s Harley-Davidson & Destination Daytona, 1637 N US 1, Ormond Beach. 866-642-3464. BruceRossmeyer.com

BRUCE ROSSMEYER’S HARLEY-DAVIDSON Every 4th Sat: Cruisin’ Destination Daytona Car Show Every 2nd Sun, 8am: Super Swap Sunday – $10 for a table, proceeds benefit Multiple Sclerosis Support Group of Volusia County. Shoppers free. 1637 N US 1, Ormond Beach. (866) 671.7100. BruceRossmeyer.com EVERY 3RD FRIDAY CLASSIC CAR & TRUCK SHOW 4:00 - 7:00pm Enjoy classic cars & trucks. Tiki Bar is open for Lunch with food and drink specials. Fresko Restaurant, 2842 S. Ridgewood Ave., South Daytona, 386-947-7205. freskorestaurants.com EVERY 3RD SATURDAY CRUISIN’ DOWNTOWN DELAND 4-7pm, Live DJ, giveaways, shopping & dining, E Indiana Ave, DeLand, (386)738-0649, MainStreetDeLand.org

MOTORCYCLE CHARITY RIDES 1ST SATURDAY YOU DECIDE THE RIDE $10 – 25 per rider, charities are voted on as well. www. youdecidetheride.com/

EVERY 3RD SUNDAY MOTORCYCLE SWAP MEET 9am-4pm, Live music, food and beer, St Augustine Flea Market, 2493 St Rd 207, (904)824-4210, StAugustineFleaMarket.com

APRIL 8 RIDE FOR RYLEE 3 COUNTY POKER RUN KSU 11am West start: Muldoon’s, Winter Park, East start: Rudy’s Bar & Grill, Holly Hill. End at 08’s, Deland. Free BBQ & concert. Auctions, Raffles, 50/50. $10 Bike/Car, $5 Passenger. Mama C 386-265-3886.

APRIL 9 MAJESTICS CAR SHOW 10am – 4pm Lowriders, classics, motorcycles, hotrods, imports, trophies & prizes. Deland mainstreetdeland. org

APRIL 8 PIGS AGAINST CANCER 10AM Ride from “. Nemours Children’s Hospital to Ace Cafe, Orlando with Grand Marshal, Mark “OZ” Geist, survivor of Benghazi/Co-author “13 Hours”. Live music, drink & food specials. $20 Proceeds to Nemours Children’s Hospital. ironpigsorlando.com APRIL 30 ORLANDO HARLEY RIDE FOR KIDS 9am – 4pm Law enforcement escorted ride. Proceeds to BIKERS AGAINST CHILD ABUSE. Afterparty at the Historic Factory dealership, food, music, more. Orlandoharley.com CAR AND BIKE SHOWS EVERY 1ST FRIDAY HANKSTERS HOT RODS CRUISE-IN 4-7pm Hot Rods, Classics, Muscle Cars and more. DJ Frank Roberts. Food available in our Café. Checkout our Gift shop and inventory of 70+ vehicles. FREE. Hanksters Hot Rods of Daytona, 1790 S Nova Rd, South Daytona. (386) 944-9219. EVERY 1ST SATURDAY CAR SHOW & SWAP MEET 9am-1pm, Daytona Flea Market, Tomoka Farms Rd, Daytona, 386-767-0946. EVERY 1ST SUNDAY CABBAGE PATCH CRUISE IN 11am- 4pm, Open to all makes & models of cars, trucks and bikes, Music, giveaways, and drink specials. Benefits St. Jude, Cabbage Patch, 549 Tomoka Farms Rd, New Smyrna, 386-405-5525. EVERY WEDNESDAY WEEKLY CAR SHOW 5-8pm, Woody’s Bar-B-Q, 99 Flagler Plaza Dr, Palm Coast, 386-439-5010. EVERY THURSDAY WEEKLY CAR SHOW 4-7pm, Giuseppe’s Steel City Pizza, 3658 S Nova Rd, Port Orange, 386-761-4717, GuiseppesSteelCityPizza.com EVERY 2ND SATURDAY CANAL STREET CRUISE-IN 4-8pm, Presented by the East Coast Cruisers Car Club, Family friendly car show offering food and entertainment in a historic setting, Canal St, New Smyrna, 386478-9651. EastCoastCruisersNSB.com

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BIKER EVENTS 1ST SUNDAY BBQ 2-6pm Live music, free food, drink specials. Dirty Harry’s Pub & Package,705 Main St, Daytona Beach,386-252-9877. EVERY TUESDAY BIKE NITE 7-9pm, Live music, free food, drink specials, The Original First Turn, 5236 Ridgewood Ave, Port Orange, (386)788-5434. FirstTurnSteakHouse.com EVERY WEDNEDAY BIKE NIGHT 7-10pm, $1 longnecks and live music, see Live & Local for the lineup, 4th Wednesday is Bike of the Night contest. Main Street Station, 316 Main St, Daytona, (386) 214-1389. MainStreetLive.com EVERY WEDNESDAY BIKE NIGHT Drink Specials, Vendors, 50/50, FREE Pool, Food, Raffles, Line Dance. The Barn, 1200 S. French Ave, Sanford. thebarninsanford.com EVERY THURSDAY BIKE NIGHT 7PM. Free Wings. $10 Domestic Bucket, Live Music. Rudy’s Bar and Grill. Corner of LPGA and Ridgewood in Holly Hill. CAR EVENTS NEW SMYRNA SPEEDWAY Catch the racing thrills at Florida’s fastest short-track, offering southern-style racing every Saturday night, mid-March - November. Gates open 6 pm. State Road 44, New Smyrna Beach, 386-427-4129. newsmyrnaspeedway.org APRIL 9 MAJESTICS CAR SHOW 10am-4pm Lowriders, classics, motorcycles, hotrods, imports, trophies & prizes. Corner of Indiana Ave. & Alabama Ave., Deland APRIL 15 DOWNTOWN DELAND CLASSIC CAR CRUISE-IN 4 – 7pm Classic cars & rods. Live DJ, giveaways, shopping & dining. East Indiana Avenue in Downtown DeLand. 386-738-0649. APRIL 22 DELAND ELKS CAR SHOW & BBQ 12-4pm BBQ Chicken and Ribs and Fixin’s. $10 open to the public. Deland Elks Lodge, 150 S Clara Ave, Deland. 386-738-1463.

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OFF CENTERED ALES FOR OFF CENTERED PEOPLE! Chances are you’ve heard of Dogfish Head Craft Brewed Ales, you’ve likely had a few of their beers too. What you probably don’t know is how important in the craft beer industry Dogfish Head is. They’ve inspired many homebrewers to start their own ventures. In fact, During a Dogfish Head event in Sarasota, Jen Hawkins and Peter Szunyogh, after trying a variety of Dogfish beers, decided to open their own brewery which became Volusia’s own Tomoka Brewing Co. In similar fashion, Columbia University Student Sam Calagione (founder of Dogfish Head) started learning about beer. He was waiting tables in a Manhattan bar and was introduced to beers he had never tried. Sam was inspired to pick up a homebrew kit and immediately changed things up by adding overly ripe cherries to the brew. About a week later, he sanitized bottles via boiling water and put them on his carpeted floor, allowing them to cool. Upon filling them he realized the bottles were now stuck to the carpet. Undeterred (and unwilling to go out for another box of bottles,) Sam filled each bottle and then cut the bottles out of the carpet, effectively giving them their own coasters. At a party with his friends, Sam unveiled his creation to rave reviews and knew he found his passion. At that moment he decided to start his own brewery. Breaking the news to his father that he would leave Columbia University to follow his dream was not going to be easy. So on a walk with his dad, Sam told him his plans expecting the worst. To his shock and amazement, gazing up at an upcoming street sign, his father responded, “you know, Dogfish Head would be a great name for a brewery.” Named after a small inlet in New Hampshire, Dogfish Head would become synonymous with the craft beer movement. In 1995, Sam and his future wife Mariah moved to Delaware, and found a place in Rehoboth Beach that would house the brewpub. But there was one problem, post prohibition laws had not been updated and breweries were not legally allowed to operate in Delaware. Upon learning this, Sam wrote a bill and presented it to the state senate. With the vote of 11 to 1, the laws were changed and Dogfish Head was allowed to open its doors. It was there were in 1999, Sam would create their Famous IPA series starting with 90 minute IPA. Inspiration came while watching a cooking TV show in which the chef was making a soup and mentioned he liked to add crushed peppercorn at different increments throughout the entire cooking process to bring out more flavor. The resulting idea was to create an IPA without overwhelming bitterness but an intense hop flavor using a similar method. Sam devised a method for adding hops throughout a 90-minute boiling process using an old vibrating football to continuously shake hops into the boil kettle nicknamed Sir Hops A Lot. The result was an intensely hoppy IPA with a great malt backbone. Coming in at 9% 90 Minute IPA would win tons of praise including being known as, “perhaps the best IPA in America” by Esquire Magazine. in 1995 they were known as the smallest Brewery in the entire country, today having moved production into a what is now a 200 barrel system in Milton, Delaware, they are now one of the top-selling craft breweries in the entire country and the world. To learn more visit www.dogfish.com.

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THERE IS ALWAYS SOMETHING TO DO AT OCEAN WALK SHOPPES! At the heart of the world’s most famous beach is an open-air entertainment/shopping destination. Filled with eateries, gift stores, boutiques and a 10 screen movie theater, visitors and local residents call it their one stop destination. Located at 250 North Atlantic Avenue, the colorful, beachfront landmark has recently been freshly painted, security has taken exceptional measures and all the lighting has been upgraded. The next phase is new floors. This pride of Daytona Beachside is the Ocean Walk Shoppes. The Investment company out of Canada with properties in successful communities such as Ft. Lauderdale and more, have made a commitment to their vendors, patrons and our community to help make the Ocean Walk Shoppes great again. And with a 90 percent occupancy rate, it looks like they are succeeding. In the heart of our special events season, just before our highly successful Bandshell concerts series

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(Friday and Saturday nights starting in May,) and only a couple months before our summer visitors arrive to enjoy the fireworks, it looks like this will be a year to remember for everyone. A look at the newest tenants Surfdogs, with just their grand-opening under their belt, garners excitement with the thought of authentic Vienna Chicago Dogs and authentic Vienna Italian Beef sandwiches. Straight from Chicago, this is no phony bologna, it’s the real deal. Vienna’s been making Hot Dogs and Italian Beef for over 123 years, and I think that makes them an expert on lunch. While they are currently open for lunch and dinner, they are hoping to open for breakfast soon. Bobiona’s, another new tenant, is actually back to the Ocean Walk Shoppes a second time and thrilled to be back. In business for 25 years, what better place to be then right on the beach? Selling keepsake souvenirs, the shop, located on the second floor next door to Surfdogs, is a place to bring your favorite vacation picture, or any picture really, and personalize a wonderful gift or keepsake with over 40 to choose from such as: Smartphone covers, clocks, even flip flops. Not just for tourists, think Mother’s Day... Most of us locals are well aware of Mai Tai’s and their awesome appetizers, cafe seating, live music and fresh flower garnished cocktails. Not to mention a pretty amazing happy hour. Bubba Gump is literally like stepping into the classic movie (and one of my personal favorites). Sloppy Joe’s is a Key West tradition and where else can you get a 64 ounce fishbowl cocktail? Ker’s WingHouse, while it may not face the water there is no lack of a view (if you get our drift) and amazing wings. Who doesn’t wake up in the middle of the night craving a Chocolate Banana Shake and beautiful cheeseburger? That’s what Johnny Rockets is for! These guys have an online rating

ed just for you! This is no ordinary theater with luxury recliners, private viewing boxes and so much more. They even validate your parking! It’s even enough time to catch a movie and grab dinner with parking on Paragon.

of 4.5 out of 5 stars, pretty impressive. And what would be the end of “a day at the beach” without a dripping, creamy, delicious cone from Cold Stone Creamery. Guaranteed to satisfy your sweet tooth no matter what your age. When it comes to shopping, the sunglass hut (all lower case on purpose,) fills a need that everyone in Florida has by offering top notch selections from known designers for men, women and the kids. BGIE, it really is the BEST GIFT IDEA EVER. Visitors can pick out gifts of art, jewelry, magnets or they can create their own and have it framed. And Point Break resort wear is the icing on the cake going home with a new Florida wardrobe screams, “I was in Florida and you weren’t.” If you are lucky while visiting Daytona Beach it might rain, then you can hop on the escalator at Ocean Walk Shoppes and ride to the amazing Paragon Theater and catch Boss Baby while munching on a pizza from my pi, that you creat-

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So this month if you are looking for a reason to hop on over to the Ocean Walk Shoppes, bring the kiddo’s to Easter Bunny Sunday, April 16 from 2-4 PM with free candy and pictures available. Or bring you best friend to Chihuahua de Mayo, traditionally the day after Cinco de Mayo Saturday, May 6. And be sure to check out the Friends of the Bandshell Concert Series for upcoming Saturday Concerts, as well as daytonabandshell.com for other events. And of course last but not least if you are to lazy to walk a block or two after finding a parking spot, you can use the parking garage across the street. But it’s good to remember it’s owned by the county and the charge is $1.00 a half hour so just be sure to catch a movie while taking a break from the heat.


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WHERE FLORIDA MEETS THE CARIBBEAN WE ARE TORTUGAS by Amanda Currin

Tortugas is the vision of operating partners, Paul Chestnut and Scott Fox, with Executive Chef, Kevin Chaviano creating some of the most creative and delicious farm to table offerings that you will ever taste. Tortugas is the culmination of over 40 years combined experience in the food service industry and spirit distributorship. Their experience is evident in the quality of the food and spirits they serve and the top-notch cocktails that their staff pours. The “Floribbean vibe” inspires the menu, the hand-crafted cocktails, the décor and the sounds of live music rocking the patio. When you’re there you can enjoy dinner at one of Tortuga’s custom fire pit tables, sip hand-crafted cocktails and premium spirits in the upstairs bar area overlooking the

With stunning panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean, Tortugas, 608 Oceanside Blvd., Flagler Beach, has brought a unique Caribbean/Key West flair that Flagler has never tasted before. Their menu accentuates the flavors of “Floribbean Cuisine” by using items indigenous to Florida and The Caribbean. Tortugas boasts a completely new, upscale dining experience with a casual beach vibe. ocean, or relax with friends and listen to live music on the patio where they offer conversational seating, another large custom fire pit and live music daily. Locals love “Open Mic Night” every Wednesday, featuring Tortugas own house band and many local artists who stop by to perform. But the star is the amazing culinary delights that make Tortugas a “must” when you’re visiting Flagler Beach, or a “regular hang-out” if you’re lucky enough to live in Flagler’s beautiful beach community!

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Tortugas delicious offerings are made fresh in house daily, so you can’t go wrong with any selections on the menu, but one of their signature items for sharing is their Spicy Calamari; Flagler’s best! Lightly-battered, quick fried and tossed in jalapeño lemon butter, this is a delightful twist on a classic appetizer. If you’re a seafood lover, then you want to try the Coconut Curry Cream Mussels; fresh mussels sautéed in Tortugas’ signature coconut curry sauce and compounded butter served with rosemary encrusted crostini’s. You can also choose a sharing cone of fries served with your choice of chef Chaviano’s fresh-made dressings like Japanese Ginger, Guava BBQ sauce or even brown gravy! Tortugas only uses top quality meats and fresh Atlantic fish. You can savor a full rack of their Guava Danish baby back ribs. A family secret recipe, slow-cooked and topped with their sweet and spicy guava BBQ sauce. It’s served with their world-famous mac and cheese and coleslaw, a classic American favorite with a Caribbean twist. Tortugas Back Country Fish-in-Foil will have your mouth watering; seasonal fish is marinated with fresh herbs, lemon and creamy

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cilantro butter and cooked in foil with asparagus and garlic mashed potatoes. The menu truly has something for everyone. Just like their signature dishes and sauces, their hand-crafted cocktails are served with fresh squeezed juices, and fruit purees made daily in house. A Fort Jefferson Rum Runner isn’t your average rum runner. It’s served with Cruzan Light and Dark Rum, a splash of Banana Liqueur and their homemade Grenadine (yes, I said home-made) as well as fresh lime juice and blackberry preserves. You won’t taste a better Rum Runner ever! The Prickly Pear Margarita is another sophisticated and balanced cocktail made with Olmeca Altos 100% Agave Reposado Tequila, and prickly pear all natural syrup, mixed with Orange Curacao and fresh squeezed juices. Tortugas also offers an exceptional array of wines for the most discerning palate and a large selection of craft beers, featuring several of our local breweries. Without a doubt, Tortugas has brought to Flagler an extraordinary dining experience that you won’t find anywhere else. Paul, Scott, Kevin and their staff have created a must try ocean front dining experience that will leave you wanting more.


THE REBIRTH OF VINYL HAS PROVED TO BE MORE THEN A HIPSTER-FUELED FAD! OK, do you want the bad news or the good news first? Let’s start with the bad. We knew it was happening, so it doesn’t come as a shock, the music industry sales have been declining at the rate of about 4.5 percent a year. Most likely due to the free downloads that aren’t likely to come to a halt. The good news, we are now sure the amazing resurgence of vinyl lovers is not just a hipster-fueled fad. New Vinyl sales have grown yearly at a rate of 17.7 percent, (Slate.com wrote 32 percent since 2012) quite impressive with 65 percent of the sales derived from independent music stores. But vinyl still isn’t at the top of the list as digital downloads continue to grow, almost 38 percent. One thing we can be certain of is the decline of CD sales, dropping close to 15 percent a year. And it’s probably safe to say that vinyl sales numbers are actually quite a bit higher since used album sales aren’t included in that figure. In the UK these figures are even higher in all categories. And with this comes new businesses, and the growth of surviving businesses, who manufacture turntables and all the accessories. To quote Mat Weisfeld, VP of New Jersey-based www.digitaltrends.com, “...the nostalgic desire to return to the days when friends would get together and sit around listening to music, and

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WEST VOLUSIA COUNTY FESTIVALS 1ST FRI ROCK THE BLOCK 6-9pm First Friday Block Party, Live entertainment, refreshments, specials, door prizes, demos & more, Downtown DeLand. WEST VOLUSIA COUNTY FESTIVALS APR 8 VOLUSIA COUNTY TRAIN SHOW 9am – 4pm 250+ tables with model items in all gauges and Railroad Antiques for sale. FCMRS, N-Track and G-Scale. $7, <12 free. Coupon: gserr.com. Volusia County Fairgrounds, 3150 W New York Ave, Deland. Charlie Miller,386-736–8185. RENNINGER’S MARKET Apr 8 – Military Memorabilia Apr 9 – Guitars & Cars Apr 15 & 16 – Specialty and Antique show Apr 16 – Easter Egg Hunt 8am – 4pm. 20651 US Hwy. 441, Mount Dora, 352383-8393 or 800-522-3555. APR 8 DELANDAPALOOZA ORIGINAL MUSIC AND ART FESTIVAL 1pm – 1am 150+ acts on 28 stages performing Rock, Folk Blues, Americana, Jazz, Country, Metal, Christian Rock, Ska and more. 40 art displays and various vendors. $10 Advance, $12 Gate.ssa.cc ONGOING 2ND SATURDAYS AT THE SETTLEMENT 11AM – 3PM Pine needle basket making, drop spindle/wool card-

posits that people genuinely miss laying on the floor reading lyrics on record sleeves. But he thinks there is more to it. As a 27 year-old who splits his time between the family business and his job as a high school and college professor, Weisfeld believes that his generation is slowly awakening to the fact that MP3s are not the

best way to listen to music, and with so many new rock and pop releases coming out on vinyl, it’s no longer an excuse to say that turntables are just for old white men who want to listen to reissued jazz and Eagles records. A renewed interest in vinyl combined with the availability of

HD digital downloads is an excellent development for the audio industry.” He also added that while his turntable sales are up, the largest selling product that they manufacture is the record

ing or a beginner weaving class. Barberville Pioneer Settlement, 1776 Lightfoot Ln, 386-749-2959. APR 29 & 30 SPRING FROLIC Sat 9am-9pm, Sun 9am-4pm Live music, arts7 crafts, music workshops, wagon rides, antique car show, living history demonstrations. $10 Adults/$5 children. Barberville Pioneer Settlement, 1776 Lightfoot Lane, Pierson, 386-7492959. THEATRE/COMEDY Apr 8 - The Lord’s Supper - 7pm. $10 - $12 Apr 28 – 30, May 5 – 7 and 12-14 - The Mousetrap Fri/Sat 7:30pm, Sun 2:30pm. $8 – 18. Shoestring Theatre, 380 S. Goodwin St, Lake Helen. Shoestringtheatre.net APRIL 21-MAY 14 GUYS AND DOLLS True love eventually conquers all, despite many close calls. $10 – 23. The Athens Theatre, 124 N Florida Ave, Deland GALLERIES/MUSEUMS APR 15 KNOW THYSELF LECTURE SERIES 1pm TOPIC: Buffalo Soldiers. Refreshments. FREE, Donations accepted. African American Museum of the Arts, 325 South Clara, Ave, Deland. 386-736-4004. FILM APR 7 MOVIE IN THE PARK 7:30-9:30pm “Zootopia” Bring a lawn chair or blanket. Dickinson Park, U.S. Hwy 17-92 & E Graves Ave. Orange City. Ourorangecity.com

cleaning machine. So let’s face it, albums are just cool and turntables are art in themselves. And many vinyl lovers prefer integrating older

turntables into their stereo collection as much as purchasing new ones. So what inspired us to write this piece, the coveted Record Store Day, Saturday, April 22. A holiday that brings support to your hometown record stores and gives vinyl lovers the opportunity to choose from a large selection of limited issues of new albums and re-releases on vinyl. This year it’s Madam Ambassador, St. Vincent. This holiday is supported by top artists in all genres. One independent music store to pay attention to is our own Groovy Records, located in the nostalgic Downtown DeLand at 212 North Woodland Boulevard. The care and quality they put into their used albums is second to none. Listening to the full albums, cleaning, listening again and placing them in protective sleeves, you are guaranteed an album as close to new as possible. The owner Jerry Schafer , is a musician himself, piano player among other instruments. He sells and repairs new and used turntables as well as needles, guitars and amps, accessories and other related products and services. You can buy, sell and trade. Groovy Records is clean, organized and alphabetized. They will be opening at 8 AM. Another hometown record store where you can expect to see the largest supply of Record Store

FAMILY/YOUTH EARTH DAY CELEBRATIONS Apr 6 – Sea, Touch & Life – 2 – 2:30pm Every Monday and Friday - Scrub Stroll – 9-10am Apr 9 – Radical Reptiles Hike – 9-10:30am Apr 15 – Raptors – 2-3:30pm Apr 20 – Earth Day Fun – 2-3pm Apr 23 – Journey of the Butterflies movie and popcorn – 2-4pm Apr 29 – Tiny Trekkers – 10 -11am Apr 29 – The Amazing Horseshoe Crab- 2-2:30pm Lyonis Environmental Center. 2150 Eustace Ave, Deltona. Reservations 386-789-7207, ext. 2. APRIL 21 ANYTHING THAT FLOATS CAPTAIN’S PARTY 6pm Block Party the night before the big race to check out the boats! West Indiana Avenue, Downtown DeLand. 386-738-0649. MUSIC APR 12 THE ORIGINAL WAILERS 7-11PM Formed by Al Anderson the guitarist in Bob Marley and the Wailers. $15. Cafe Da Vinci, 112 West Georgia Avenue, DeLand, 386WORKSHOP/CLASSES APR 15 DUNUN DRUM AND DANCE 5:30 – 6:45pm Fusion of drumming and dance, engaging African rhythms and energetic movements. Bring drum, sticks or mallets, or use ours. $15/1 or $80 for 6. The Jammin Shop. 119 N Woodland Blvd, Deland. 407-810-0525.

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Releases in our area is Atlantic Sounds Music, located at 138 W. International Speedway Blvd., in Downtown Daytona Beach. Located at the same location since 1982, it is the largest independently owned record store of its kind in our area. They are filled with over 30,000 new and used vinyl & CD’s as well as 3-D, art, music, and movie posters. They also have a stereo repair shop on location. Same owner and philosophy for 35 years, it is a culture all its own. They will be opening their doors at 8 AM as well and it’s time to show your support!

So now is the time to cozy up to your local record store owner and let them help you create a vinyl record collection, revamp your old one, and let him know what albums you really would like to add to your collection. Remember they will order any new or used albums you desire. While they can’t tell you what they will be getting in on Record store day, the lists are available for viewing at the stores.

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FUNDRAISER APRIL 8 WIFFLE BALL TOURNAMENT Proceeds to support homeless prevention. Neighborhood Center of West Volusia Dorothy Myers: deebee.myers@gmail.com or Tammy Horn: 386-337-2701. APRIL 22 ANYTHING THAT FLOATS BOAT RACE 10am Launch and end at the Lake Beresford Yacht Club, 1961 Hontoon Road, DeLand. Proceeds for community programs of the DeLand Area Chamber and MainStreet DeLand Association. 386-738-0649. APR 25 GRACE HOUSE GALA Dinner, fellowship, ministry update, an inspirational speaker and music. Proceeds benefit Grace House. $250+ for a table of 8. Ocean Center’s Ballroom, 101 N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach, gracehouse4life.org APRIL 29 FAB GALA 6 – 10pm Females About Business committee of the DeLand Area Chamber of Commerce to raise funds to assist women in our local community. $40 – 50. Sanborn Center, 815 S Alabama Ave, Deland MAY 6 KENTUCKY DERBY PARTY 4:30 – 7:30pm Hat contest, view the Derby, drinks, casino, and live bluegrass band. Proceeds benefit The Athens Theatre kid’s programs. $50. Wayne Sanborn Center, 815 South Alabama Ave, Deland Cont’ on page 30

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Area Farmers’ Markets ARTISAN ALLEY FARMER’S MARKET & MORE ON GEORGIA featuring local produce, plants, pickles, honey, baked goods, arts & crafts. Held every Friday from 6 to 9 pm in Artisan Alley. FLAGLER BEACH FARMERS’ MARKET is open every Friday & Saturday all year long, sunrise to mid afternoon in beautiful Downtown Flagler Beach, right next to the Atlantic Ocean. Located on State Road 100- only 3 miles from 1-95. www.flaglerbeachfarmersmarket. com. GATEWAY CENTER FOR THE ARTS FARMER’S MARKET is open Saturday, 8 am - 1 pm, offers shopping and entertainment, fresh fruits and vegetables, hand made breads, beautiful plants and flowers, jewelry, live entertainment and so much more... Hands-on-Art, FREE popcorn and lemonade. Located at 880 North 17-92/at Saxon/DeBary. 386-668-5553. LAKE HELEN MARKET IN THE PARK is held every Saturday from 8:00 am - 1 :00 pm. Fresh produce, locally raised chicks, hens, roosters, ducks, geese and rabbits. Also vegetables, bedding, house and landscape plants. Lakeview Dr., Lake Helen. LAKE MARY FARMERS’ MARKET is open Saturdays, 9:00 am - 1 :30 pm, weather permitting. Fresh produce, pasta, sauces, BBQ, organic coffee, large and small plants, orchids and much more. 100 N. Country Club Road, Lake Mary. www.lakemaryfarmersmarket.com. NEW SMYRNA FARMERS’ MARKET is held every Saturday 7 am- 12 pm. Local family farmers and growers offer fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs, flowers, plants, juices, dairy products, eggs, seafood, baked goods, art, and more. 110 Canal Street, New Smyrna Beach. www.freewebs.com/ canalstreetfarmersmarket. ORMOND BEACH FARMERS’ MARKET is now open on the mainland, each Thursday from 8 am-1 pm at Ormond Beach City Hall Plaza, 22 S. Beach St. , Ormond Beach. They have over thirty great vendors each week. Only fresh produce or artisan products allowed. New vendors welcome. www. ormondbeachfarmersmarket.com THE FARMERS’ & OPEN AIR MARKET at the Putnam County Fairgrounds is open every Mon., all year long, from 9 am to 2 pm. Located in East Palatka (20 minutes West of St Augustine,) 1/2 mile south of SR 207. just off Highway 17. 117 Yelvington Rd., East Palatka. THE SANFORD FARMERS’ MARKET is a fabulous green market. Many unique vendors, over 25 in the fall. They offer farm-fresh produce,

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Horoscopes

For April 2017 The planets are now in their Easternmost position. Thus you are correct on the maximum extent of your personal power and independence. You can easily create the conditions of life that please you – and you should. There’s no is appropriate to the world – the world will adapt to you. Following your bliss – though it seems selfish – will actually benefit all those around you. It will, in subtle ways, dream of life.

ARIES (Mar. 21-Apr. 20): April is likewise a prosperous month. Venus crossing your Ascendant on the 5th brings money and financial opportunity. There could be a temporary monetary disturbance – perhaps an unexpected expense – on the 7th or 8th, but it doesn’t affect overall prosperity. Financial Opportunity is seeking you out this month. On the 19th the Sun enters your money house and you begin a yearly financial peak. The 22nd and 23rd bring sudden, unexpected money. You obtain the favour of the money people in your life these days. Health and energy are a very valuable thing this month. Until the 6th you can enhance them further through head and face massage. From the 6th onwards neck massage is a good thing that. TAURUS (Apr. 21-May 21): The spiritual life is the primary headline this month. Last month was spiritual and so is the month ahead, until the 19th. This is a period for internal growth. This type of growth is not perceived by the senses, but it is very real. Later this month – and next – it will reveal itself by your outward actions. Ever since Uranus moved into your 12th house, spirituality has been imperative, and these days even more so. This is an excellent period for psychic studies – the study of sacred literature – and practice. It is a period of transcending physical conditions, rising above bodily limitations. A period for spiritual breakthroughs, enhanced extrasensory perception and a super-active dream life. GEMINI (May 21-June 21): Pluto, your health and work planet, go retrograde on the 18th. Thus job seekers should study job offers more closely. Don’t dare not ask. Resolve all doubts before acting on anything. The same is true of those of you who hire others – check them out more thoroughly. Health and energy are much improved this month. If there have been pre-existing conditions they seem much better now. Improve the health situation in the ways mentioned in the yearly report. With Pluto retrograde from the 18th onwards (and for many months after), be more cautious with changes in your diet or health regime. Do your homework first. CANCER (June 21-July 20): Your love planet, Saturn, started to travel backwards on March 25 and he will be placed in retrograde motion for many more months. Love is basically happy this month, but there is no need to rush into anything. There are romantic opportunities with superiors and people of higher social and professional standing. You have aspects of the ‘office romance’, but let things evolve into they will. The retrograde of Saturn doesn’t stop dating or socializing, but it does slow things down a bit. Social judgement is not enough its usual standard. It is now time to get more mental and emotional clarity on love – to decide what you need and what you want. It will be best to avoid unnecessary overseas travel this month. There can be more family dramas on the 7th and 8th – be more patient with family members then. There are also sudden monetary changes on the 9th and 10th, but the problem passes quickly. LEO (July 21-Aug. 22): The power this month is placed in the 9th house. This served as an example since March 20. So, foreign lands are using in order to call you. There are ecstatic travel opportunities. This is a really good period for college or post-graduate students; there is success in their studies. It is a month for religious and philosophical breakthroughs for those who want them to. Leos like the night life, but this month a juicy theological or metaphysical discussion is as much fun as a night out on the town. The love life is equally fortunate this month. Uranus, the love planet, is receiving positive aspects. This will be socially active kind of month. We could label this a second yearly love and social peak. The 9th, 10th, 22nd and 23rd bring happy romantic meetings, which can take place in foreign countries or for religious or educational functions. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Power in the 8th house favours projects of personal transformation and renovation. We all have an ‘ideal’ self – the self that we are to become. This is a wonderful month to let that come through, to give birth to it. The spouse, partner or current love is having a banner financial month – a yearly peak. You seem very concerned by this. He or she is liable to be more generous to you. Sun in Aries (since March 20) is considered the best time to begin new projects. Aries is starting energy. However, there is a lot of retrograde activity this month, with 40 per cent of the planets retrograde from the 18th to the 25th, increasing to 50 per cent retrograde after the 25th. January and February were much better for starting different things than now – especially for you, Virgo. Courtesy of freemonthlyhoroscope2016.blogspot.com

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Mars passes the month in your 3rd house. Love is shown on the brink of home, in the neighbourhood and perhaps with neighbours. Siblings and sibling figures in your life are playing cupid – they seem involved in the love life. Mild mental compatibility, ease of communication and the sharing of ideas, are a wonderful romantic turn-on. Foreplay is more verbal than physical. This transit shows that romantic opportunities can happen in educational-type settings – at lectures, seminars and even the library or bookstore. Health is always delicate until the 19th. Ensure that you get enough rest. Do your best to keep high energy levels by dropping the inessential from your life. Hold your focus on the important things. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): On the 19th the Sun enters your 7th house of love and you begin a yearly love and social peak. The communal life looks very prosperous. It is as if your career this month. It is important to you and this tends to success. Sexual magnetism is always essential for a Scorpio, but now you’re also turned on by the power and status. You gravitate to people above you in status. You meet people who can help you career-wise. A lot of your socializing involves the career after the 19th and it will be useful to enhance the career by collective means. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 20): Last month the planetary power began to turn from the Eastern sector towards the social West. This means that the planetary power is moving away from you rather than towards you – it moves towards others. So should you. There was nothing wrong with your previous independence, and there’s nothing especially noble about your concern for others – it’s just the cycle you’re in. This is a chance to take a vacation from your self – many problems in life have their origin in excessive self-concern – and be there for others. Your good comes through others and not necessarily from your personal abilities or personal initiative. Disability – your social grace – is the dominant factor for your good. So, it’s time to cultivate the shared skills. CAPRICORN (Dec. 21-Jan. 20): The planetary power reaches its nadir (lowest point) in your chart this month. The main activities are internal rather than external. Even your career planet, Venus, spends most of the month in your 4th house. Home and family are the true career – the actual mission – this month. On a more mundane level, this indicates pursuing the career from home, rather than the office. Numerous career changes are happening now, but behind the scenes. Venus re-activates an eclipse point on the 7th and 8th. On the 22nd and 23rd, she conjuncts Uranus, your financial planet, bringing sudden changes. (these can be profitable ones, by the way.) AQUARIUS (Jan. 21-Feb. 18): There is a little family drama on the 7th or 8th. Thus it is a good thing that you’re focusing more on the home and family this month, at least from the 19th onwards. They need you. On the 19th the planetary power reaches the lowest point of your Horoscope (the nadir). Planetary power is most distant from the 10th house of career. So career, though very mild this year, is placed in abeyance for now. Most of the planets are below the horizon in the bottom half of your chart; your 4th house of home and family is tough and your 10th house is empty (only the Moon will move through there on the 22nd and 23rd). PISCES (Feb. 18-Mar. 20): Last month the planetary power shifted to the bottom half of your Horoscope. Night is declining in your year. It is now time to be involved in the activities of the night. Time to become more concentrated on the home, family and your emotional well-being. You won’t be in a position to ignore the career – your 10th house is very strong all month –, but you can shift some energy to the family. Health is of use all month. If you want to enhance it further you can give more attention to the head, face and scalp until the 19th. Face and scalp massages are wonderful if you feel under the weather. After the 19th pays greater attention to the neck and throat. These areas should be massaged regularly. Love is happy this month, but complicated. Mercury, your love planet, goes retrograde on the 28th. Love appears on the brink of home, in the neighbourhood. There are still romantic opportunities with influential kinds of people – especially on the 15th and 16th. There are additional opportunities in educational-type settings at schools, lectures, bookstores, libraries – these kinds of places. Nevertheless, the main issue, as it has been all year, is to bridge differences with the beloved – you have diametrically opposite perspectives.

Eric

Christian is one guy around town who everybody knows. Not only has he traveled the country with a soon to be famous band, or should we say semi famous band, but he has also played with about every quality artist in the area. He has a propensity to show up at just about any venue, at any time and be invited to the stage to add his unique talent to the show. Yes, you read that right – no paid gig, just the love of music and entertaining! If you are a newbie planning on attending one of Eric’s shows, the first thing that will grab you is the sexy, sultry sound of the saxophone and his honeyed vocals. But when Eric reaches for the flute his soonto-be fans suddenly find themselves on a magical carpet ride. By the end of the night it is clear to everyone in attendance they just witnessed a major talent during his blossoming stage and they are elated they get to come along for the ride. “Super power” is one of the ways Eric Christian vocalizes his feelings when describing performing for a massive crowd, but it wasn’t always that way. Born in Orlando, Eric made a name for himself as a self- taught grass roots saxophone player. What most of us call a natural. After high school, Eric began playing in downtown Orlando as a street performer. It didn’t take long for him to meet fellow musicians who invited Eric to join them at venues around the city.

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After one year of playing as a street musician, he fortunately met up with local band, The Burnin’ Smyrnans (T.B.S.), and yes, they were from New Smyrna Beach. The synergy was great and they began touring the Jam scene. After releasing their third album “Travel Along,” T.B.S. began playing music festivals such as 10,000 Lakes with headlinersThe String Cheese Incident, as well as Langerado with acts includingBela Fleck & The Flecktones andBen Harper. In 2010 at the Bear Creek Music Festival, Eric met Beebs from the band of superheroes, Beebs and her Money Makers (BAHMM). After 3 years with BAHMM, Eric’s shared the same stage with legends such as John Prine, Willie Nelson, The Funky Meters and Ska music legends Reel Big Fish and Goldfinger. Beebs and her Money Makers put out a brand new album in the summer of 2013 called “No Sleep Tonight” and then went on to The Vans Warped Tour. After that success, the reality TV show “ Warped Roadies” featured them on season 2. “How To Start a Dance Party” co-produced by Reel Big Fish’s lead singer Aaron Barrett was the last release of BAHMM. This last year, Beebs has released the much anticipated album called “The Wurst Album Ever” which uncannily received rave reviews. Eric has also been featured on the Travel Channel on a episode of “ Big Time RV.” Not to mention a stand in with local artists albums. These days you can find Eric around town playing with The Evening Muze, a duo he created with Davey Hakojarvi. It’s amazing to see how these two guys as young as they are can play with such an old soul and grace. From Al Green, Hank Williams Sr, to Earth Wind & Fire, then back to some modern rock. Talent abounds! Be sure to look for Eric sitting in with others at several local venues here in the area such as Tayton O’Brians, The Grind Gastropub, JB’s Fish Camp, Yellow Dog Eats and many others.

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FILM APR 6 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 7:26pm $5 cash at door. Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center, 201 S Magnolia Ave, Sanford, 407-321-8111. FAMILY/YOUTH APR 6 THE SPACE TIMES 7-8pm A monthly exploration of breaking news from our Solar System. FREE Seminole State College Planetarium, 100 Weldon Boulevard, Sanford, 407-708-2360. ONGOING PICK YOUR OWN HERBS & BERRIES M–F 9am -5:30pm, Sat 9am-4pm, Sun 11am-3pm. White’s Red Hill Groves, 7210 N Ronald Reagan Blvd., Sanford, 407-885-0272. TELESCOPE THURSDAYS 7:00-10:00pm Join us at Cranes Roost Park in Altamonte Springs for an evening of celestial observation. FREE. MUSIC Apr 8 - 9 -- Curtain Up - A Tribute to Broadway – 7:30pm or 2pm Apr 14 - A Motown Experience - 7:30pm May 18 – Seussical The Musical – 7pm - $15 and up $15 - $30.Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center, 201 S Magnolia Ave, Sanford, 407321-8111. WORKSHOPS/CLASSES EVERY 1ST AND 3RD SATURDAY Fresh air, sunshine, waterfront, yoga! 9am. Meet at Riverwalk roundabout. 407-620-5978. EVERY 1ST AND 3RD MONDAY WRITER’S BLOCK 3 – 5pm, FREE. Join other writers to share ideas and thoughts. East Branch Library, 310 Division St, Oviedo, 407-665-1560. APR 7 COOKING WITH FLORIDA BLUEBERRIES 2:30-4:30 pm Goldsboro Farmers Market How to prepare Blueberries in many dishes. (407) 665-5553. IFAS Extension Auditorium, 250 W County Home Rd, Sanford. FUNDRAISERS APR 7 4-H ITALIAN DINNER AND SILENT AUCTION 6 – 7:30pm To benefit 4-H Summer Event Scholarship Fund. RSVP required by April 4, $8 Bridgete Alfonso 407-665-5557. or balfonso@seminolecountyfl.gov. Extension Auditorium, 250 W County Home Rd, Sanford MISCELLANEOUS MAR 18 SANFORD FOOD TRUCK BAZAAR 5-8pm. Come out and enjoy great food from the finest Food Trucks. Downtown on 2nd Street & Palmetto Ave. EVERY LAST THURSDAY MARSHMALLOW WORKSHOPS Where do marshmallows come from? Join us to find out. $30/couple, Wondermade, 214 E First St, Sanford. 407-205-9569. ONGOING CANOING AND KAYAKING AT KATIE’S LANDING Beautiful and serene views on the Wekiva river. Relax as you cruise down the river and spot all the wildlife! $25-$40. Katie’s Landing, 5.5 miles west of I-4 off Highway 46., 407-761-1310.

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