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MOTHER’S DAY AT THE BEACH SUNDAY, MAY 12 - 11 AM-CLOSE Featuring a FREE Flower for Mom Mother’s Day Mimosas $3.00

4511 S. Atlantic Ave. Ponce Inlet 386.322.3258





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MAY 6 - JUNE 6, 2019 • VOLUME 21 • ISSUE 5


THINGS WORTH DOING Local Area Dog Parks .............................. 6 Festivals, Music Events.............................. 5 Earth Day Events........................................7 Film, Markets ,Fundraisers ..................... 8, 19 Family/Youth Events................................. 7 Motorcycle and Car Rides & Rallies..... 24 Concerts in our Surrounding Area ......... 22 Galleries & Museums...............................19 Live & Local Music Listings ................... 9 Workshops ............................................. 20 Food & Drink, Comedy, Theater, Classes.....20 Healthy Events, Tours................................21 Events, Miscellaneous..............................21

FOOD FOR THE SOUL Featured Craft Cocktail Glass ..................25 Recipe.................................. ...................26 Dining Around Town ...............................10 Area Farmer’s Markets ........................... 22 That Beer Guy......................................... 12



(386) 299.4147 CONCERTS PG. 22 EVANESCENCE


A special happy Mother’s Day to all my fellow mothers who happen to also be BackStage Pass Magazine readers. For 23 year’s we’ve published a camp list, gathered from the most reliable resources, that has helped Mother’s be prepared for the summer. And now like me, it helps grandmother’s create memories for our grandchildren as well. There’s also no better reason for taking someone out to dinner then on Mother’s Day. I love to cook, but since I cook for just about all occasions, sitting down and having someone take care of me instead on Mother’s Day, is not only is a culinary treat, but a gesture of gratitude. Depending on which end of town you reside, there are some BackStage Pass Magazine favorite establishments for the occasion. Such as the breakfast buffet (and bottomless Mimosas and Bloody Mary Bar) at The Grind & Kona Tiki Bar in Ormond. There’s the impressive spread for breakfast on the ocean at Doc Bale’s, located in the Hilton Daytona Beach. In the Shores, lunch on the ocean at Racing’s North Turn followed by a walk on the beach is a perfect choice. In Sanford The Saint John’s Steak & Seafood Restaurant has a marvelous view and an old school flare mom will appreciate. And there’s the new Florida Roadhouse in Edgewater for a lovely ride and extraordinary meal. Memorial Day as well as Armed Forces Day is the time to thank anyone you know, and even the ones that you don’t, for allowing us to live this free life in our country. Please look at our event list, under misc., to see community

events to honor our heroes.

I am excited to announce the opening season for my favorite Friends of the Bandshell free concert series followed by fireworks on the beach every Saturday night. This year with open arms we celebrate free concerts on Friday Nights as well. Brought to you by The City of Daytona Beach and Ocean Walk Shoppes. Bring the kids and Bring a lawn chair while you enjoy the best tribute bands in the country as they pay homage to your favorite bands from all genres. Inside this issue you can find all the concerts scheduled for the season and the sponsors that made it possible. As every month, I dedicate this issue to you and all the wonderful things there are to do in our communities from Palm Coast & Flagler Beach, to Ormond, Daytona and Port Orange, as well as New Smyrna and Edgewater, West Volusia and Downtown Sandford. I hope you agree there is no other resource that delivers the choices to enlighten, entertain, educate and just be social as we do in BackStage Pass Magazine. Until next month, “work for a cause, not for applause. Live life to express, not to impress”!

Smoking Permitted .................................. 6

JUST FOR FUN Factoids .............................................. 5, 6 Horoscope .............................................. 24 Crossword ..............................................23

WHERE WE’VE BEEN On The Town .............................................16



A Public Service to Those Who Still Smoke…

BEAVER BAR 1105 North US1, Ormond Beach Live music

RACING’S NORTH TURN 4511 S Atlantic Ave, Ponce Inlet Outdoor Bar and Beachside Seating

DAYTONA BEACH HILTON 100 North Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach • Outdoor Bar areas

THE ORIGINAL FIRST TURN 5236 S. Ridgewood Ave., (US 1), Port Orange • Large Outdoor Dining, Raw Bar and Bar

DAYTONA CIGAR CLUB 200 South Beach Street, Daytona Beach FLORIDA ROADHOUSE 4170 US Hwy US 1, Edgewater. * Outside tables THE GRIND/KONA TIKI BAR 49 W. Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach LAGERHEADS 2986 Oceanshore Blvd, Ormond-by-the-Sea Deck MARK’S SPORTS BAR 2045 S. Ridgewood Ave., South Daytona MAIN STREET STATION 316 Main Street, Daytona Beach MERK’S BAR AND GRILL 193 N Causewaym New Smyrna Beach, 386-427-1177 • Outside Patio


THE ROOF AT JOE’S CRAB SHACK 1200 Main St, Daytona Beach (386) 238-4050 31 SUPPER CLUB Havana Bar 31 W. Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach SURFSIDE TAVERN 3400 S. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Great Smoke Eaters


Barkley Square Dog Park Ridgewood and Plymouth, Deland entry Separate areas (386) 736-5953 Benefits: 14 acres of rolling hills and oaks. Time- for large, medium and small dogs Water out spaces & small dog areas. Dog watering stations. Bed-N-Biscuit Inn 711 John Anderson Hwy., Flagler Beach (386) station with bowls. 439-4006 Benefits: Two Bark Parks (one for all size dogs, one Waste stations with bags supplied. for miniature dogs). Doggy Pool ($5 per dog/ $24 per month) Pet New Smyrna Dog Park 2641 Paige Ave., New Smyrna Beach. Benefits: A grooming and boarding. Bicentennial Park 1800 N. Oceanshore Blvd., Ormond one acre fenced area divided into large Beach 386-736-595. Open from sunrise to sunset every day, dog and small dog play areas. A 30 x 40 encompasses 40 acres stretching from the Atlantic Ocean to the shade shelter with dog and people water fountains. Grassed Halifax River. In addition to the dog park, with open areas amenities include a baseball field, an open with concrete play area, basketball court, tennis and structures for doggy play. National Pet Month. (US) volleyball courts, fishing dock, pavilion Responsible Animal Guardian Month. Paw Park of Historic Sanford and picnic area, playground, community Lyme Disease Prevention Month. 427 French Ave. (US 17/92), Sanford, building, restrooms, a nature walk and Pet Cancer Awareness Month. Sponsored by Florida. boardwalk. Pet Cancer Awareness and the Blue Buffalo Foundation for Cancer Research. (Also see Ponce Inlet Dog Beach Located on the City of Edgewater located in the SW November events.) Beach at Ponce Inlet and Peninsula. corner of Rotary Park, 902 West Park Chip Your Pet Month. Benefits: Open 6am to 8:30pm. Benches, Ave. National Service Animal Eye Exam. tables, poopbags, trees, parking, phones, Gemini Springs Dog Park 37 Dirksen Drive, The American College of Veterinary restrooms, water, trash cans, shelter. Optholmologists hosts this annual event DeBary (386) 668-3810 Benefits: Two when over 300 veterinary ophthalmologists Space for dogs to run, play and swim on sections one for 25 pounds and another donate their services to provide eye exams to the beach. for over 25 pounds. Dog wash stations. service dogs in the US and Canada during the Riviera Oaks Dog Park Alabama Ave., Water fountains for dogs. Benches and month of May. Holly Hill. Benefits: Small dog and large picnic tables. May 5 – 11, 2019: American Humane’s Be Kind to Animals Week. This week-long event dog areas. Pond. 1 mile walking path. Halifax Humane Society Community Dog has been celebrated since 1915. Always the Sanford Dog Park 427 S French Ave, Park OPEN DAILY to the public & FREE first full week of May. Sanford, Florida. of charge: 10 am - 6 pm. 2364 LPGA May 5-11, 2019: National Pet Week. Always Boulevard Daytona Beach, FL 32124 Seemore Dog Park 5959 Spruce Creek held the first full week of May by the American Veterinary Medical Association. Rd. Port Orange Benefits: Separate Keysville Dog Park 2461 Keysville Ave., May 6-11, 2019: Puppy Mill Action Week. An spaces for small and large dogs. Next Deltona (386) 878-8900 Benefits: Two initiative of the HSUS, this week is always to All Children’s Park. Boardwalk. separate fenced areas for large and scheduled to begin the Monday before Restroooms. small dogs. Doggie watering stations. Mother’s Day. May 11, 2019: National Dog Mom’s Day. Playground and walking trail just under Wadsworth Park 2200 Moody Blvd. Second Saturday in May. 1/2 mile Basketball Court. Flagler Beach. Benefits: 60,000 sq. ft. May 11, 2019: National Animal Disaster fenced dog park. Dogs can run unleashed Manatee Island Dog Park 325 North Preparedness Day. and mingle with other dogs. Separate Beach Street, Daytona Beach, FL. This May 14, 2019: International Chihuahua sections for large and small dogs. dog park has a separate small dog area, Appreciation Day. June 2-8, 2019: Pet Appreciation Week. First Benches. plenty of shade and drinking water for the week in June. dogs. In Memory of Kathryn Went. Volusia County Parks welcome dogs at all area Mt. Dora Dog Park 1550 E 11th Ave., Mt Dora (352) 735-7183 Benefits: Fenced-in with double-gated parks as long as they are leashed and cleaned up after.

MAY 2019


MAY 11: DELAND ECLECTIC MARKET – MOTHERS DAY EDITION, 10am-2pm, 725 N Woodland Blvd, DeLand, MAY 7: I DOs & BREWs VOLUSIA. 6-9pm. Daytona Hilton Beachside, 100 N Atlantic Av, Daytona Beach. $5-7. 21+, ID Required. A night of wedding planning fun while enjoying food samples, wedding catering, cake and get “TIPS”y with tastings. Access to wedding vendors, entertainment, fun, and games MAY 10 – 12: 7TH NSB BLUES FESTIVAL, 8am-11pm. Celebrate all aspects of American Blues Music. Several music crossover entertainment options. 30+ free shows over 3 days at various locations, some are 21+ restricted. Facebook Event for details. THROUGH MAY 12: ST. AUGUSTINE’S ROMANZA FESTIVALE OF MUSIC & THE ARTS, All over downtown St Augustine. MAY 8: REGIONAL DANCE KALEIDOSCOPE, 7:30-9:30pm, $5-15. MAY 9: LINCOLNVILLE LIVE! GOLDEN FLAMES DANCE TROUPE, FREE. Many dance styles: majorette, liturgical, jazz, contemporary, lyrical, hip-hop, mime, modern and African dance. MAY 10: CHAMBER MUSIC SERIES: VIOLIN AND GUITAR. 12-1pm, FREE MAY 11: COME TO THE CABARET: SINGING AND MAGICIAN, 4-5pm, FREE. Broadway show tunes. MAY 12: CLASSIC THEATRE PRESENTS: MOTHERHOOD OUT LOUD. $10-20, 2-4pm, “Laugh, cry, but most of all enjoy!” MAY 17: THE ST. AUGUSTINE CONCERT BAND PRESENTS A FESTIVALE CODA, 7:30-9pm, $5-15. MAY 11: A MOTHER’S DAY VENDOR AN CRAFT SHOW, 10am-2pm. Port Orange Lakeside Community Center, 1999 City Center Circle, Port Orange. Indoor /outdoor event. FREE. MAY 11: MUSIC FEST 2019 “TRIBUTE TO THE ALLMAN BROTHERS & GRATEFUL DEAD”, 3-7pm, Vilano Beach Oceanfront Park - 2750 Anahma Drive, St. Augustine. Food trucks * Music * Raffles * Arts and Craft Vendors * Games * More Food * Drinks. $5 Entry, free parking.

1ST WED • WINE ART WEDNESDAYS, 5–9pm, Live music, local artists, merchants, food trucks and new restaurants! Downtown Lake Mary District. Drew Woodall 407-486-8478. dpwenterprises@ 2ND THURS • ALIVE AFTER 5, 5-8pm, May 10: Sanford De Mayo. Jun 14: Blues, Burgers and BBQ. Music, artists, food & crafts beer, $7 to sample all food and drinks on 1st St. Downtown Sanford, MAY 19: MALCOM X DAY COMMUNITY BASH 2019, 12-8pm. Harlem Park, Daytona Beach. Celebrate heritage, culture and community unity as well as the life, legacy and 94th birthday of the civil rights icon. Live music, spoken-word poetry, children’s activities/fun zone, community discussion panels, guest speakers, health screenings, more. FREE. Rell Black 386682-0650, communityhealingproj@gmail. com 3RD SATURDAY DELAND PRIDE NIGHT 5-11 PM, Shops, bars and restaurants will be open with specials and entertainment for the evening. Free for all ages. 4TH SATURDAY • SANFORD AVENUE BLOCK PARTY 4-8pm, LIVE music! Fun, Games, Eats, Drinks. Vendors between 4th and 5th Streets. Sanford MAY 25: BICYCLES, BREWS AND BODACIOUS FOODS!, 10am-2pm, Deltona Community Center, 980 Lakeshore Dr, Deltona. LIVE Music, Food, Craft Brews. Take a bike ride on the Rail Trail or just take a break. Free. MAY 30: INTERNATIONAL FIRE MALE REVUE, 7-10pm, $1 Main Street Station, 316 Ma5-35. 21+ only. in St, Daytona Beach.


MAY 26: DAYTONA BEACH CONCERT BAND PATRIOTIC CONCERT. FREE 2-4:30pm Ormond Beach Performing Arts ·399 US-1, Ormond Beach. MAY 9-DUELING PIANOS WITH AMY AND RANDY KEITH. 6:30–9pm · MOAS, 352 S. Nova Rd, Daytona Beach. Interactive piano show is sure to create a unique experience for all. $25 members, $35 future members. 386-255-0285. MAY 10 & 11: HEROES AND VILLIANS CABARET. $15. 7:30-9:309pm. Camryn and Friends are talented young singers bringing to life Broadway’s best songs from your favorite heroes and villains. the STAGE at thank you five, 4606 S. Clyde Morris Blvd. Unit 2N, Port Orange, 386295-5699. MAY 11 THE VIBE BAND. 7-9pm. FREE. Grand Ballroom The Center at Deltona, 1640 Dr Martin Luther King Blvd, Deltona. Motown Jazz, R&B, Soul, and Funk Band. Dancing is allowed. Full cash bar, freshly made popcorn, variety of movie-theater style snacks and candy. No outside food or beverages permitted. 386-878-8900. 2ND SATURDAY LASER ROCK CONCERT · MOAS · 352 S. Nova Rd, Daytona Beach.7pm, Laser Beatles; 8pm: Laser U2; 9pm, Rush 2112. One Show $5, Two Shows $7, Three Shows $9.Athens Theatre 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand MAY 15: FREE FALLIN’ - TOM PETTY TRIBUTE. $26-30. 7:30pm MAY 17 & 18: LONG RUN - TRIBUTE TO THE EAGLES. $26-30. 7:30pm MAY 24: SFO TRIBUTE TO JOURNEY. $26-30. 7:30pm MAY 25: ARTISTS FOR MS – TRIBUTE TO LED ZEPPELIN. $26-30. 7:30pm MAY 31 & JUN 1: JOHNNY WILD AND THE DELIGHTS – BRITISH INVASION. $18 – 30, 7:30pm $3 Per Ticket Processing Charge is added to all purchases. EVERY SAT. - LATE AND LOCAL Local performers on stage following the last film Saturday nights (alternating weekends with Improv). Cinematique, 242 S Beach Street, DB, 386-252-3778. MAY 18: THE CREW BIG BAND CONCERT · Gateway Center for the Arts, 880 US-17, DeBary. 386-668-5553. MAY 19: JAZZ SUNDAY WITH SYBIL GAGE, 2-4pm. $10. · Cinematique Theater · 242 S. Beach St. Daytona Beach.


MAY 19: LET’S SING – 3-5pm. The Casements, 25 Riverside Dr, Ormond Beach. A guided improvised singing circle for anyone who loves to sing! No experience necessary. All voices welcome. $5 DAYTONA BEACH BANDSHELL · 70 Boardwalk, Daytona Beach. 7:15-9:30pm. • May 24: Caribbean Chillers, Jimmy Buffet tribute • May 25: Classic Rock Revival with The Doobie Brothers and Santana tributes* • May 26: Play it Again, tribute to Luke Bryan & Friends • May 31: Swingtown, Steve Miller and Peter Frampton tributes • Jun 1: Foreigner and Bad Company tributes* • Jun 7: Completely Unchained, Van Halen tribute • Jun 8: Rocket Man – Elton John Tribute *Fireworks after the concert MAY 31, JUN 1: DARK SIDE OF THE MOON – 7:30pm, $25. · Daytona Playhouse · 100 Jessamine Blvd, Daytona Beach. Tribute to Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd. Come prepared to be entertained by this talented band, JUN 8: THE PURPLE MADNESS – TRIBUTE TO PRINCE. 7:30pm, House of Blues Orlando, 1490 E Buena Vista Dr, Lake Buena Vista. $9.75–$49.75. 407934-2583. Get priority entrance into the concert when you purchase $25 in the House of Blues Restaurant & Bar or in the Gear Shop.

MOST MONDAYS• ORMOND ART CLUB AFTER SCHOOL 2:30 – 4pm, Mix colors, select, draw, paint a subject. Ages 6-10. Ormond Art Museum, 78 E Granada Blvd, 386-676-3347. MAY 11: SNAKES, 10-11am, Environmental Discovery Center, 601 Division Ave, Ormond Beach. Come discover the difference between venomous and nonvenomous snakes as well as various native and exotic species. Free, but space is limited. Reservations 386-615-7081.

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3RD THURSDAY MAY 16: HORSESHOE CRABS - 6pm FREE and open to Public. Marine Discovery Center · 520 Barracuda Blvd, New Smyrna Beach. 386-428-4828. ONGOING • SUGAR MILL BOTANICAL GARDENS Stroll read history, full-size stone dinosaurs, human sun dial, hide and find rocks, herb garden shaped like Florida. Donations. 950 Old Sugar Mill Rd, Pt Orange. TELESCOPE THURSDAYS 7-10pm, Join us at Cranes Roost Park in Altamonte Springs for an evening of celestial observation. FREE. Park Event Hotline at 407571-8863. 1ST FRIDAY • FREE FRIDAYS AT SPLASH PAD. 11am – 8pm, help us start the season of fun. Fort Mellon Park, 600E 1st St, Sanford. 1ST FRIDAY: FREE FAMILY ART NIGHt6pm. · Ormond Memorial Art Museum · 78 E Granada Blvd. Ormond Beach.. It’s free. All supplies are provided to complete an art project. 1ST FRIDAY • FREE FAMILY ART NIGHT 6-7:30pm, be creative together, Ormond Memorial Art Museum, 78 E Granada Blvd, 386-676-3347. 2ND SATURDAY • SOUNDWALKS Atlantic Center for the Arts lead, explore sounds and rhythms urban, natural world. All ages. Free. Limit 20. Register 386-423-1753. 2ND SATURDAY • FAMILY FUN SATURDAY 10am – 1pm, Museum of ArtDeLand, 100 N. Woodland Blvd. Free to all, LIBRARY EVENTS Classes, meetings, programs for kids and teens and films every month. Ormond Beach Public Library, 22 S. Beach St., Ormond Beach. 386-6764191. ONGOING • DOLLAR ADMISSION SUNDAYS, 2-5pm, Mention FB ad. Skate rental $2. Inline, Skate Mate Walkers rentals $3. Family friendly, live entertainment. Skate & Shake Skating Center, 250 N US1, Ormond, 386-316-7808. FRI – MON • SMOOTH WATERS WILDLIFE CENTER 9am-2pm, Crocodiles, turtles and alligators. Guided tours available. $5 -10, 4500 Reed St., De Leon Springs.



N. Woodland Blvd, DeLand. 5:30-6:30 Reception to view the exhibition, Gary Monroe: Photographs and Revelations. Monroe is featured in the documentary. 7pm movie. $5 Members $10 Non-Members. MAY 10: S A L T L I F E: THE MOVIE | THE EXCLUSIVE DIRECTORS CUT. 9:45pm, $20: Directors Screening, Free Shots*, Free Popcorn, Meet and Greet, Signed SaltLife: The Movie Poster. The Lion’s Den Hookah Café, 2281 S Ridgewood Ave, South Daytona, Only 40 tix at or in person at The Lion’s Den Hookah Café. NOW- MAY 16- THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE - 11:30 AM, 5:30 PM. Ask Dr Ruth – 2 and 8pm. Cinematique Theater · 242 S. Beach St. Daytona Beach. ALL OF MAY: MOVIES AT THE LIBRARY. Mondays and some Fridays, New Smyrna Beach Regional Library Mondays Port Orange at 2pm, Deltona at 11am Tuesday and Thursday at 2pm, Friday at 1pm. Daytona Beach Library CELERY CITY CINEMA MONDAYS Come enjoy your favorite movies every Monday Night! Grab a beer and some Pop Corn and Enjoy our 150-inch big screen outside in our Beer Garden! Celery City Craft, 114 S Palmetto Ave, Sanford. 2ND FRIDAYS • MOVIES IN CENTRAL PARK, BYO blankets, chairs, picnic baskets. Stage area at the main entrance, 975 Central Ave, Palm Coast. MOVIES AT THE LIBRARY Mondays, 2-4pm, FREE, Port Orange Library Auditorium, 386-322-5152 x20936. Tuesdays and Thursday 2-4pm. Ormond Beach Library, 30 S. Beach St. 386-6764191. Fridays & Saturday 2-4pm. New Smyrna Beach Library, 1001 S. Dixie Freeway. (386) 424-2910. 3RD SATURDAY • MOVIES @ SUNRISE PARK, 7-10pm, Check Sunrise Village Facebook page for details. Sunrise Park L.P.G.A., Daytona Beach. hollyhillfl. org JUN 7 -MOVIES ON THE HALIFAX: RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET -8:30pm · Casements · 25 Riverside Dr. Ormond Beach. Movie Shown at the Rockefeller Gardens. Free event

Cause (kids). $75–100 entry fee based on sign up date.

MAY 8: COCKTAILS FOR CART AND KARAOKE FOR A CAUSE, 6-8pm. Uncaged on Oceanshore, 3468 Oceanshore Blvd, Flagler Beach. Beer, wine, tapas and camaraderie at this social, new member and networking event in support of Alzheimer’s Research! $5 donation to CART(Coins for Alzheimer’s Research Trust) is requested for the Karaoke Competition. MAY 11: RED NOSE DAY 5K, 7:15am, Flagler Ave Approach at Flagler Beach. Run/walk, not on the beach. $25. Proceeds benefits Red Nose Children’s Charities. MAY 11: GALLERY OF LOCAL ARTISTS (GOLA) TEA PARTY. $15 – 75. 2-4pm, 208 S Central Av, Flagler Beach. Flagler Tea Company will serve hot and iced tea. Where your hats and Sunday best and join us for a Mad Hatter Tea Party. Games, jewelry fashion show featuring handmade Jewelry by local artists, raffle to benefit the Flagler Turtle Patrol. MAY 17: SOPHIE’S CIRCLE 4TH ANNUAL BEER TASTING!, $15, 5:30-8:30pm, Ticket includes 10 samples of craft and imported beers from around the world. Every penny of your admission donated back to Sophie’s. Have dinner, 10% of all additional restaurant purchases will also be donated. Mr. Dunderbak’s, Volusia Mall, Daytona Beach. MAY 18: GOLF WITH A COPY Unity with the Community. 8am. Crane Lakes Golf & Country Club, 1860 Crane Lakes Blvd, Port Orange $75 Individual, $300 4-Some, $400 Team and Hole sponsor, $100 Per Hole Sponsor Jean 386-366-0404. MAY 19: RAZZLE DAZZLE – NEW SMYRNA BEACH STUDENT FASHION EVENT, 5-7pm. Brannon Center, 105 S. Riverside Dr, NSB. NY-style runway show featuring Haute couture clothing modeled and designed by middle school students from The New Smyrna Beach After School Fashion Club. Proceeds support the After School Fashion Club, The Hub on Canal community outreach programs and the City of New Smyrna Beach children’s programming. VIP $100, GA $35. MAY 26: 7TH ANNUAL TOMOKA TRIATHLON. 6:45am, Fortunato Park, 2 John Anderson Dr, Ormond Beach. 1/4 Swim, 16 Mile Bike, 3.1 Mile Run. A portion of the proceeds: RWB (veterans) & Run 4 a


MAY 26: CELEBRATING OUR VETERANS, THE HUB AND OUR HEROES. 2-6pm. $20. · The Hub on Canal · 132 Canal St. New Smyrna Beach, Special afternoon of music, food, drink and fun to raise awareness about the benefits of music in veterans’ recovery and to gain financial support. Proceeds from ticket sales = Guitars4Vets organization.

MAY 4 – 25: KARLENE MCCONNELL: PERSPECTIVE, Artists Talk: May 10, 11am · ACA Downtown, Arts on Douglas, feature gallery, 123 Douglas St, New Smyrna Beach. The collection serves as a rare illustration of contemporary art at the end of the 20th century. FREE MAY 7-GALLERY ARTIST TALK FEATURING GWEN HUGHES- 2 PM · The Hub on Canal · 132 Canal St. New Smyrna Beach. Free and open to the public. MAY 9: TEMPLE BETH-EL SCHOOL STUDENT EXHIBIT. 5:30pm reception. · Ormond Memorial Art Museum & Gardens·78 E Granada Blvd, Ormond Beach. MAY 17: RESIDENCY #173 WELCOME RECEPTION, 7-8pm, 1414 Art Center Ave, New Smyrna Beach. 386.427.6975. Help us welcome Janie Geiser, interdisciplinary artist; Annie Gosfield, composer/ performer; James Lecesne, playwright and their 24 selected Associate Artists. Learn about what they will be working on during their three week stay. FREE NOW-JUL 20- UNSTRUCTURED - 9 AM · Southeast Museum of Photography ·1200 W International Speedway Blvd, Daytona Beach. Photographs by Meghan D’Arcy, Youth Photographer. 1ST SATURDAYS: ARTWALK Arts On Granada · 67 W Granada Blvd, Ormond Beach. It’s always spring with glass flowers! Available at Arts on Granada. Enjoy the beautiful weather at the First Saturdays Art Walk with six participating galleries and complimentary shuttle. THROUGH JUN 15: THE LANGUAGE OF WATCHING: RACHEL SIMMONS, New alt_space, Arts on Douglas · 123 Douglas St, New Smyrna Beach. Artist Talk - May 17 at 11am. Orlando artist and Rollins College professor Rachel Simmons reflects on the complex relationship through the history and culture of birdwatching. Cont’ on page 19

ORMOND BEACH BEAVER BAR • 1105 N US 1 ORMOND BEACH, 386-323-2837. Tues: Seafood Night and Live music, 5pm Wed: Steak night and live music with Ed Wolford, 5pm. Thur: Tacos and Live music with Reuben the Lounge Lizard, 5pm Fri: Bike Night and Live entertainment, 6pm; Karaoke with Melissa at 9pm Sat: 3pm May 10: Brad Sayre May 17: TBA May 24: Joe Santana May 31: Jackson County Band Jun 7: Sand Shark Sun: Biker Breakfast followed by Live Music.1pm May 12: Random Tandom May 19: Brad Sayre May 26: Joe Santana Jun 2: TBA Jun 9: Random Tandom LAGERHEADS BAR & GRILL 2986 OCEANSHORE BLVD, ORMOND BEACH, 386-265-1977. Mon & Tues: Eddie Wed: Reuben Lounge Lizard Sat: Robert Keele Sun: Don Hill, 12-4pm May 10: Martin McCarrol May 17: Justin Time May 24: Xspanse May 31: Walt 6-9pm Jun 7: Martin McCarrol 31 SUPPER CLUB 31 W GRANADA BLVD. ORMOND BEACH, 386-275-1625. May 9: Mark Raisch, 6-10pm May 10: The Transfers, 7-11pm May 11: Christie Beu, 7-11pm May 16: Peter Alden, Elvis Tribute 6-10pm May 17: Ricky Silvia (inside), Jonny

Otis (outside), 7-11pm May 18: Felix Deneau, 7-11pm May 23: Matt Burke, 7-11pm May 24: Warren Beck (inside), Jonny Otis (outside), 7-11pm May 25: Dana Kamide Band, 7-11pm May 30: The Evening Muse, 7-11pm May 31: The Cyclones, 7-11pm THE GRIND/KONA TIKI BAR 49 W GRANADA AVE ORMOND BEACH, 386-672-7277. Indoor and Outdoor music. May 7: The Transfers, 6-10pm May 8: The JAM, 6-10pm May 9: Beartoe with Max Capacity, 7:30-11:30pm May 10: Brent Clowers, 7-11pm May 11: Psychedelic Monks, 7-11pm May 13: Layla Brisbois, 6-10pm May 14: The Evening Muse, 6-10pm May 15: Chuck Morel, 6-10pm May 16: Florida Man, 7:30-11:30pm May 17: The Cylones, 7-11pm May 18: Bradford Buford, 7-11pm May 20: Jay Paksi, 6-10pm May 21: The Transfers, 6-10pm May 22: The JAM, 6-10pm May 23: Luvu, 7:30-11:30pm May 24: David Julia, 7-11pm May 25: Cory Worsley Duo, 7-11pm May 27: Matt McKeown, 6-10pm May 28: The Evening Muse, 6-10pm May 29: Chuck Morel, 7:30-11:30pm May 30: Joe Santana, 7-11pm May 31: Bradford Buford, 7-11pm

May 15; Bottoms Up May 16: Battle of the Bands Show #5, 9pm May 17: Main Street Station Pirate Party Featuring Black Sheep, 8:30pm -12:30am May 18: Star 69 May 22, 24: Jack Knife May 23: Battle of the Bands #6, 7:30pm May 25: Big Engine, 9pm May 26: 6th Annual Freedom Fest …. May 26: Battle of the Bands Grand Finale, 5pm May 29: The Adam Jones Society May 30: International Male Revue May 31: Hayfire Jun 7: Overkilt, 8pm- midnight

JOES CRAB SHACK, THE ROOF 1200 MAIN ST, DAYTONA BEACH, 386-238-4050. 4pm till close, except for events that are advertised starting earlier Mondays: Service Industry Night, except May 27 Tuesdays: Trees of Life Tuesday’s Wednesdays: Brothers Within Open Jam May 10: 5 Time Shag May 11: The Intracoastals May 12: The Intracoastals May 16: The Bullet Dodgers May 17: Gnarlstarz May 18: The Click May 19: Sunday Funday w Control This May 23: The Trees of Life May 24: 5 Time Shag May 25: Luvu DAYTONA BEACH May 26: Sunday Funday w The MAIN STREET STATION, 316 MAIN ST Strongbacks May 27: The Bullet Dodgers DAYTONA BEACH, 386-214-1389. May 30: The Intracoastals Bike Night Wednesdays, 8pm – midMay 31: The Bloody Jug Band night, Burger Bar Jun 1: 5 Time Shag May 8: Blistur Jun 2: Sunday Funday w The Bullet May 9: Battle of the Bands #4, 7pm Dodgers May 10: The Accuzed Jun 6: Moonlight Drive In May 11: Band of Brothers Jun 7: Brothers Within May 12: DJ Anthony noon – 6pm

Jun 8: Luvu Jun 9: Sunday Funday w Control This HILTON DAYTONA OCEANWALK 100 N ATLANTIC AVENUE DAYTONA BEACH, 386-243-8200. McCoys Rum Room Tues: Ashley Young Solo, 8pm-12am, Bourbon Night Wed and May 17: Rafael Rodrigues, 8pm-12am, Ladies Night, Top 40 Thur: Stormin’ Norman Karaoke, 9pm 12am, except May 17 May 11: Kristen Alfred, 9pm-1am May 12: Jay Crosier, 9pm-1am May 18: Dustin Stock, 9pm-1am May 19, 26: Jay Paski, 9pm-1am May 25; Thom Blasburg, 9pm-1am Jun 1, 2: TBA, 9pm-1am MARK’S SPORTS PUB 2045 S RIDGEWOOD AVE, DAYTONA BEACH, 386-767-2277. Fri & Sat live music 9:30pm Every Other Sun: Open Jam or Karoake, 7pm May 10, 11: Gun Shy May 17, 18: Diesel May 24, 25 TBA May 31, June 1 Afterlife June 7, 8 Crush PORT ORANGE ORIGINAL FIRST TURN 5236 S RIDGEWOOD AVE, PORT ORANGE, 386-788-5434. May 7: Blues Jam w/Joe Motte & Friends 5:30 Bike Nite at Tiki 7 - 9, Free Food, $1.50 Domestic Beer Rockstar Karaoke inside 6 May 9: ETC band 5, Free Poker inside w/Big Stacks Poker League 6 May 10: Hayfire 7 May 11: Fat City Band 6 May 12: Dina & James 4 May 14: Blues Jam w/Joe Motte & Friends 5:30

Bike Nite at Tiki 7 - 9, Free Food, $1.50 Domestic Beer Rockstar Karaoke inside 6 May 16: Sam Collins 5 May 17: Penta 6 May 18: Legendary Cyclones 6 May 19: 2019 Redneck Games w/ Southern Stone Events 2, Honey Moonshine 3 May 21: Blues Jam w/Joe Motte & Friends 5:30 Bike Nite at Tiki 7 - 9, Free Food, $1.50 Domestic Beer Rockstar Karaoke inside 6 May 23: Dina & James 5 May 24: Easystreet 6 May 25: Tommy Mac 6 May 26: Brothers Within 4 May 28: Blues Jam w/Joe Motte & Friends 5:30 Bike Nite at Tiki 7 - 9, Free Food, $1.50 Domestic Beer Rockstar Karaoke inside 6 May 30: Megan Katarina 5 May 31. The Accuzed 6 Jun 1: Cornhole Madness monthly Tourney 12, Then2Now 6 Jun 2: Brad Sayre 4 Jun 4: Blues Jam w/Joe Motte & Friends 5:30 Bike Nite at Tiki 7 - 9, Free Food, $1.50 Domestic Beer Rockstar Karaoke inside 6 Jun 6: ETC Duo 5 Jun 7: Hayfire 7 Jun 8: Wildcard 6 Jun 9: Megan Stuart 4

PONCE INLET RACINGS NORTH TURN 4511 S ATLANTIC AVE, PONCE INLET, 386-322-3258. Mon: Donn Hill, 6pm-close May 27: Tymz 2, 1-5pm Tues: Les B. Fine 6-close Wed: Eddie Uzzle & Steve Hageman


6pm, not on May 29 May 29: Brent Clowers, 6pm – close Thurs: Country Night with Willy Bouton, Mike Caso & Kenny Fri: Then2Now, 6pm-close May 11: Tymz 2 1-5pm, Parallel 6-close May 12: Burgh Bros 1-5pm, Then2Now 5-close May 18: Parallel 6-close May 19: Burgh Bros 1-5 pm, Then2Now 6-cl May 25: Brent Clowers 1-5pm, Parallel 6-close May 26: Burgh Bros 1-5pm, Then2Now 5-close Jun 1: Parallel 6-close Jun 2: Burgh Bros 1-5pm, Then2Now 5-close Jun 8: Tymz 2 1-5pm, Parallel 6-close Jun 9: Burgh Bros 1-5pm, Then2Now 6-cl

NEW SMYRNA BEACH MERK’S BAR AND GRILL 193 N CAUSEWAY NEW SMYRNA BEACH, 386-4271177. Thur: Karaoke, 8-11pm Fri: Live entertainment, 7:30-11:30pm

SANFORD ST JOHNS RIVER STEAK & SEAFOOD 55 N PALMETTO AVE, SANFORD, 407-878-0980. Music: Fri & Sat 6-9pm, Sun 3-7pm May 10, Jun 1: John Lazar May 11: James Mitchell May 12 (Mother’s Day): Greg Seel, 12-4pm May 16: Aud Bryan, 6-9pm May 17: Mike Garcia May 18, 31: Stony Sixma May 24: Bill Winbourne May 25, Jun 8: James Mitchell May 26: Glenn Mack Jun 7: Marcus Houck Jun 9: Tom Dougherty





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



Home to the area’s best Buffet whether it be the weekend Seafood and Prime Rib, or Sunday Brunch with Mimosa’s & Bloody Mary’s or Special Events like the Holidays, Dock Bale’s is sure to please. Be sure to McCoy’s Rum Bar with amazing Appetizers and more as well as, the ALL NEW Don Rico’s Fresh-Mex Grill for Margarita Monday or Taco Tuesday. 100 N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach. (386) 254-820


All Inclusive 2 Hour Cruise that includes Dinner, Dessert, Unlimited Soft Drinks or Iced Tea, Music, Sightseeing Info, Free Parking and Free Raffled Prizes with a Cash Bar. Delicious Roast Turkey, Pot Roast, Ham, Vegetable LaSAGNA, PRIME RIB, SHRIMP AND A KID’S MENU. Halifax Harbor Marina, Only 21.95 a person. 125 Basin St., 140, Daytona Beach. Call for reservation, several cruise times a day available, and have your card ready, 386-402-1353.


Best Food in New Smyrna Beach and a locals favorite. Lunch, Dinner and Late night. Homemade Soups and Daily Specials with a full bar and over 100 beers on tap. Late Night Menu Available. 193 N. Causeway, New Smyrna Beach. (386) 427-1177


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


Scrumptious fare that includes New England Clam Chowder or Joe’s Chicken Salad, Surf and Sand-wiches like Po Boys and Blackened Shrimp Tacos. They are best known for their Steam Pots that include things like Mussels, Clams, Crab legs, even Lobster, Dungeness Crab and Smoked Sausage. An Assortment of Crab Buckets, Clusters and more. Even Sophisticated choices like Alaskan Salmon, A whole section dedicated to Shrimp and The Fresh Catch, or stay on shore with Pasta Alfredo or a New York Strip. Come for Happy Hour Mon.-Fri. 3-7 PM reduced price cocktails and Apps., Live Entertainment on the Roof. 1200 Main Street on the pier, Hours 11 AM-Midnight. (386) 238-4050.


Using only the freshest meats and fish, THEY’RE proud to serve their favorite steak and seafood to the Edgewater community. Whether families want to enjoy a dinner out to eat or couples want to celebrate a special occasion, everyone can expect to have a relaxing and delicious time while dining at Florida Roadhouse. Full bar, kids menu, private parties welcome. Open for lunch and dinner. 4170 US-1, Edgewater. (386) 847-8828

LAGERHEADS BAR & GRILL The best dive in town! Appetizers include Seared Ahi Tuna, Beer Battered On-

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


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

ion 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

Grind Gastropub & Kona Tiki Bar is a truly unique experience offering a wonderfully diverse menu. Two atmospheres coalesce in this seamless adventure for all ages where live music and good times are the norm! The gastropub is a gathering place much like a neighborhood pub but if island life is more your style wander out back to our huge tiki bar. 49 W. Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach (386) 672-7277



4 SUMMER CAMPS 4 FLAGLER/PALM COAST ONGOING FOR SUMMER • SUMMER SURF CAMP 9am – noon 7-17yo, 12 per class for safety and quality. Every week of summer Mon-Thur. $200 weekly, includes: boards, sunscreen water, and snack. Flagler Board Shack, 211 S 3rd St, Flagler Beach, 386439-0055. JUN 5–JUL 31- FLAGLER TECHNICAL INSTITUTE SUMMER CAMP Registration Deadline: May 17th to avoid late fee. 7-6PM M-F, Age: K-6th Grade, Scholarships Available, $85/week + $25 registration, Discounts: Early Registration, (386) 446-6717. Arts and crafts, sports, games and physical activities are planned for every day, as well as weekly special events, including field trips. All trips, breakfast, lunch & supplies are included. All camps will be held between Buddy Taylor Middle School and Wadsworth Elementary School

ORMOND MAINLAND/HOLLY HILL JUN 3- AUG 16 - ACADEMY OF MARTIAL ARTS CAMP 7:30 am-5:45 pm, 4 & up Full Day/Half Day , 333 W. Granada Blvd St. 240, (386) 677-6811. Th e camp features character development program and Anti-bully training programs. JUN 3- AUG 2- ORMOND BEACH ENVIRO CAMP Weekly Fishing trips, Nature walks and Archery Lessons and more 9:00 am. to 3:00 pm., Age: 7-10, $106/week, 601 Division Avenue, Ormond Beach, Registration began April 1 at The Casements, 25 Riverside Drive, Ormond Beach or call 386-676-3216 JUN 3–JUL 26- GYMNASTICS SUMMER CAMP M-F 8am – 3pm Make new friends, learn new skills and have fun. $140/wk, $35/day. Flight Gymnastics Academy, 499 S Nova Rd, Ormond Beach. 386-233-7279. JUN 3-AUG 2- WHIM WHAM ART STUDIO SUMMER CAMP Experiment on the pottery wheel, hand build with clay, design mixed media projects, create glass fusion, make mosaics, paint canvas and more, 5-day camps and 3-day minicamps available Monday - Friday or M, W, F, : 9:30-noon or 12:30 - 4:30, Age: 4 & up for minicamps, 7 & up for day camps, $95-200/week, Discounts: Early Registration, 378B W Granada Boulevard, Ormond Beach, (386) 676-2240, JUN 3- JUN 7-ORMOND BEACH STEVE RIDDER BASKETBALL CAMP Embry-Riddle/Steve Ridder Basketball Camp at Nova Rec Center. the camps are open to boys and girls. To reserve a spot, a non-refundable $50 deposit is required. Monday – Thursday, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm, Age: 6 – 14, $100, 440 N. Nova Rd., Ormond Beach, 386-6763280, JUL 10–27- CHILDRENS MUSICAL THEATER CAMP 10am – 3:30pm Drama, vocal and dance classes, workshops and a performance. Registration required $475. 4th grade and up. Ormond Beach Performing Arts Center, 399 N. US1, Ormond Beach. JUN 15- JUN 19- TIPPI TOES PRINCESS CAMP 9am-12 PM Grades: Preschool, Elementary, $175, 2085 W Granada Blvd, Ormond Beach, 386-320-6394, missshannon@ JUN 16- JUL 26- ODYSSEY ADVENTURE CLUB SUMMER CAMPS Our Summer Adventure Camps are designed to enable kids to participate in fun, safe, outdoor activities, while also focusing on a team building and cooperative spirit. Meals Provided: 8 – 4 PM, , Age: 9-13, $325 per camper, Discounts: Additional Child, 1312 Northside Drive, Ormond Beach, (386) 871-0469,


JUN 10–14- FASHIONISTA CAMP Sewing basics, design and your dream dress. Additional $20 supply fee. JUN 24–28 : RE-IMAGINARIUM CAMP - sky is a muse, create flying creatures and a space-inspired sculptures. JULY 08–JUL 12: MYSTERY CAMP – explore the exhibit and gardens using secret codes, look for hidden messages, and create puzzles and mystery art JUL 22-JUL 26- MERMAID BLING FLING- Create seashore jewelry, aquatic themed accessories, sparkling ocean treasure art, mermaid photo booth Ages 6-12. 9am – 12 PM. $112. members/$125 future members. Ormond Memorial Art Museum, 78 East Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach, JUN 10–AUG 02- GRETCHEN NEAL SUMMER ART CAMP9-12 PM, Age: 6-12, $125/ wk (includes all supplies), St. James Episcopal Chruch 38 South Halifax Drive, Ormond Beach, (386) 677-0872 Offering 6 weeks of fun and educational art programming for elementary school children.


JUNE 1—JULY 26, MOUNT CALVARY ACADEMY SUMMER CAMPS a safe and exciting summer experience! We explore the community through weekly field trips, enjoy team sports and supervised playground activities, foster creativity through arts & crafts, help build Christian character and help to improve academic skills through tutoring. Registration - $25. Weekly rate - $65 per week. HOURS: 7 AM TO 5:30 PM. 700 Bellevue Ave., Daytona Beach. (386) 255-8654. JUN 3- AUG 2- EMBRY RIDDLE SUMMER CAMP Offering a variety of different camps including; flight, engineering, robotics, space, academics and athletics, 8:30am - 4:30pm, Age: 6-18, starting at $325, Discounts: Early Registration, Meals Provided:, 600 South Clyde Morris Blvd., Daytona Beach, call for more info 386-226-7945, JUN 3- AUG 2- ERAU RESIDENTIAL CAMPS Students live in on-campus dormitories — under the supervision of approved counselors — and share their initial experience of University living with other young people near their age. Overnight, Age: 12-18, $950 plus, Discounts: Early Registration Meals Provided, 600 South Clyde Morris Blvd, Daytona Beach, call for more info (386) 226-7945, JUN 5 – JUL 28 -VOLUSIA COUNTY SUMMER CAMPS In Various parks throughout West, Northeast and Southeast Volusia. Field trips to roller skating, bowling, Daytona Lagoon, and more. Register 386-736-5953. JUN 10–JUL 22 • JR. SAILING CAMP 9am – 3:30pm Snacks, instructions and hands on experience. 8 – 16 yo. $155 per week(member rate) , $195 per week non member rate. . Halifax River Yacht Club, 331 S Beach St, Daytona Beach. 386-255-7459.. Email

Karen at with any questions.

day, 9am-noon. $175.

JUN 10-JUN 13, JUN 17- JUN20- FREE DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE SUMMER CAMP 9 am. to 3 pm., Age: Entering grades 9 to 12, FREE, 1770 Technology Blvd, Daytona Beach. The camps offered this year are: 3D Modeling (ATC), Architecture (ATC) - Limited to 18 students, Computer Hardware (ATC) - Limited to 15 students, Construction (ATC), Cosmetology (DB), Culinary (DB), HVAC (ATC), Machining (ATC), Music Production (NJC), Photography (DB) - Week 2 only, Public Safety (TB), Science (DB) Key: DB - Daytona Beach Campus 1200 West International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach , ATC - Advanced Technology Center 1770 Technology Blvd., Daytona Beach , NJC - News Journal Center 221 North Beach St., Daytona Beach , TB - Tiger Bay Road, 3889/3901 Tiger Bay Rd., Daytona Beach Call for more info 386-506-3459

JUN 10-AUG 2- ARTHAUS SUMMER CAMP Ages 5-8 (9am-12pm), Ages 9-14 (1pm4pm), $125/week, 3840 S Ridgewood Ave, Port Orange,(386) 767-0076

JUN 10 – AUG 02 -SUMMER LEARNING INSTITUTE 4 – 13 yo. Focuses on art, science, and history, with many integrated learning. Various times. $80 – 245. Extended Care available. Museum of Arts & Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd, DAB, 386-2550285. JUL 15 – JUL 19- VINCE CARTER YOUTH BASKETBALL ACADEMY Campers will be placed in teams determined by age and ability. The camp is open to girls and boys, ages 7-17. They will be taught basketball skills, teamwork, life skills and have fun. Half Day Morning: 8-12 PM, Age: 7-17, $210, Discounts: Additional Child, 1255 W International Speedway Blvd, Daytona Beach, 386-239-8215, JUN 24- AUG 2 - PALS OF ANIMAL WELFARE AND SHELTERING (PAWS) CAMP 9am-3pm Ages 6-11 - Speak to veterinarian, certified dog trainer and wildlife experts. $150 camper 5 camp days. Register 386-274-4703, ext. 319. 20 per camp. HHS at 2364 LPGA Blvd. MONTH OF JUNE- ROYAL POINTE DANCE ACADEMY9 AM - 4 PM or 9:30-12 PM Age: 6-13, $120/week or $30/day, Full month camp at a reduced rate $420 - must be paid by June 1 for discount Discounts: Multi-Week Enrollment, 1256 8TH ST, Daytona Beach, 386-227-7391, JUN 10- JUL 19- PGA JUNIOR GOLF CAMPS Action-packed camps include hands-on instruction led by certified PGA Professionals. Signature PGA camp curriculum focuses on developing golf skills (full swing, short game, rules and etiquette) while keeping the experience fun and engaging (games and activities). 8-11am or 8-1pm, Age: 7-16, $250375, 1000 Champions Dr, Daytona Beach, 1-888-742-7529, info@pgajuniorgolfcamps. com. JUNE 24-JULY 10- CENTER STAGE KIDS SUMMER CAMP Camp focuses on building character, honing theatrical skills, enhancing self-esteem, and forming new friendships through acting, dance, music, stage-craft, and a shared love of the theatre. Registration Deadline: By June 1st to avoid late fees, Mondays- Thursdays June 24-July 11 No camp 7/4-7/5, 8:30am-4:30pm, Age: 6 & up, $395 by June 1, $445 after June 1, Discounts: Early Registration, 1255 International Speedway Blvd, Daytona Beach, 386322-5812. There are two performances: Wednesday evening, July 10 and Thursday evening, July 11 JUN17-21, JUN 24-28, JUL 8-12, JUL 15-19- DSC SCUBA CAMP receive your lifetime SSI World Wide SCUBA certification. 9am-4pm, $165/wk , for more info contact the Aquatic Center at (386) 506-4386 JUN 3- JUL 19- HALIFAX ROWING ASSOCIATION (HRA) JUNIOR ROWING SUMMER CAMPS Learn to Row Summer Youth Camps are designed to introduce new or lesser experienced athletes to the fundamentals of rowing. Monday – Friday Hours: 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM, Age: 12-18, $150.00 / session, 201 City Island Parkway, Daytona Beach, 3863161837, JUNE 3-AUGUST 8, HANGER 15 SUMMER CAMPS Daily games, activities, crafts, T-Shirt, Thursday Pizza Day. 8am-1pm, $150.00.


JUNE 10 – 14 • PASSION CAMP Middle and high school students to worship, teach and enjoy a community with singing and sharing. $175 – 379. Ocean Center’s Arena, Ballroom and Level 1 Meeting Rooms. . JULY 15 – 19 -STUDENT LIFE YOUTH CONFERENCE Worship, bible study, community groups, praise, games, and teamwork for 7 – 12th graders. $165 – 379.Ocean Center’s Arena, Ballroom and Level 1 Meeting JUN 24- JUN 28-DAYTONA BEACH GYMNASTICS SUMMER CAMP This is a onestop summer day camp experience with fitness, lots of gymnastics, group games, crafts & movie time. Registration Deadline: June 23 at 11:30pm, 9am-4pm, Age: 5-14 years $149, 1101 North Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach, 386-671-3561. Open to Boys &Girls


MMA SUMMER CAMP 4 – 17yo. Daily classes, field trips, get fit. Sport specific conditioning classes available. Bully Me Now MMA, call for more info (386) 299-7493 . 3780 S Nova Rd, Port Orange. MAY 27-AUG 2- WARNER CHRISTIAN ACADEMY SUMMER CAMP Exciting Learning Opportunities, 7AM-6PM, Age: K5-6th Grade, $20/day, Includes breakfast, lunch and snack y, Registration $25 1730 South Ridgewood Ave, South Daytona, 386-767-5451 JUNE 3-AUG 9 -ACE GYMNASTICS CAMP 8:30 am - 6:00 pm, Age: 5-12, $60/day, $120/3-day, $180/week + registration, Pay by the Day, 4431 Eastport Parkway, Port Orange 386-760-1445. JUN 3- AUG 9- ST JAMES PARK CAMP Camps are 7:30 am. to 5:30 pm. Monday to Friday, at James Park, 1700 James St., with field trips. Registration is $11 for camp shirt and insurance, and $85 per week. Camp registration will begin May 1 at the Piggotte Community Center, 504 Big Tree Road for entering first graders to eighth grade. . For more information, call (386) 322-3070. JUNE 5 – JULY 28 -SUMMER ADVENTURES CAMP Elementary (5 – 12yo), Mon-Fri 7:30 am - 5:30 pm. $450. Trip package (for 8 – 12yo), 6 field trips $175. Teen (12-14yo), Mon-Thurs 7:30 am - 5:30 pm. $550. Reserve with 25% deposit. Port Orange City Center, 4655 City Center Cir, Port Orange. JUNE 10-JUNE 27, SERIES OF STEM SUMMER CAMPS June 10 Who Did It Mystery and Detective, June 17 Hanging with Harry Potter, June 24 Video Gamers Delight. Held at Sweetwater Elementary School for kids entering first through 6th grade. Mon. - Thurs-

JUN 10-JUL 26- BLUE JAY ACADEMY 8:00AM - 3:00PM, Age: Pre-K - 12th Grade, $125/week + additional fees, 960 Rooster Rd, South Daytona,386-868-1979 JUN 11-JUL 25, ARTRAGEOUS ART CAMPS Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 10am-2pm. Clyde Morris Blvd., Port Orange,


JUNE 3-JULY 29, BABYSITTING BOOTCAMP 10am-2:30pm. Call 386-299-4425 to register. Very popular summer program for teens age 11 and older. They will learn how to be a safe and responsible babysitter in a fun and interactive classroom environment. For girls and boys. Daytona Beach Drive-In Christian Church.


JUN 10- 14 & 24- 28 • SAIL CAMP 10am-3pm 10-20yo. terminology, sailing techniques, wind, currents, safety precautions and more. $200 NSB residents/ $205 nonresidents. 12 students. 386-410-2890. Smyrna Yacht Club, 1201 S. Riverside Dr. JUN 3 – AUG 9 -SUMMER ADVENTURE CAMP 8:30am – 3pm Ages 4 – 16. Costs Vary. Limited Space per camp. Register 386-4284828, JUN 3- AUG 9- CREATIVE PATHWAYS SUMMER CAMP 8am-4pm, $85/week, Extended Care: Available For a Fee, Grades: Elementary, Middle School, 4233 S Ridgewood Ave, Edgewater, 386-222-1888 Theme Based Camps -Schools Out for Summer, -5 Days Around the World, -Splatter Art, -Mad Scientist, -Imaginarium (Inventions), -Artful Antics, -STEM, STEAM and MORE. JUN 3-JUL 26 • SUMMER ART CAMP Tues – Fri, 9 am – 2pm 6-17yo. Painting, music, dance, paper maché, photography, yoga, drumming, and more. $105 ACA members/ $130 nonmembers. Scholarships available. ACA’s Yurick Studios, 123 Douglas St, NSB. 386-402-7517. JUN 3- JUL 9- MARCODY RANCH PAINTED PONIES DAY CAMP Farm Based, Nature Oriented, Outdoor Activity Camp, 9 AM - 5 PM, Age: 5-13, $180, 3804 Pioneer Trail, New Smyrna Beach, 386-424-0123. JUN 3- JUN 14- KIDS CREATE SUMMER ART CAMP Learn Fine Arts: The FUNdamentals of Drawing, Painting, 3D Art, Clay Sculpture, Collage, Kite Making, Cartooning & Much MORE. Bring a Sketchbook, a lunch, bottle of water (initials on cap) & a smock or old t-shirt, “no good clothes”. Name on everything! 10am – 2pm Age: 5 1/2 - 5th Grade, Scholarships Available, $125 (supplies included), Art is Creation 540 Barracuda Blvd, New Smyrna Beach,, 386-847-1676 JUN 3- JUN 27 -HUB ON CANAL SUMMER ART CAMP Enjoy 4 days of painting, measuring, mixing, pouring and blending a wide variety of acrylic colors. Monday – Thursday, Hours: 9am-1pm, Age: 6-11, 12 & up, Scholarships Available, $120 non-members, $100 members, Discounts: Membership/Employee, 132 Canal Street, New Smyrna Beach, 386-957-3924. JUN 3 – JUL 26- MARCODY RANCH SUMMER HORSE CAMP The children will ride horses, participate in ground work activities, swim in our pool during summer camps, and complete a craft to take home. A minimum deposit of $75 is required to hold a space in each week of camp. Closed the week of 4th of July. Monday-Friday, 9 AM - 3 PM, Extended Care: Available For a Fee, Age: 5-13, $360/week, 3804 Pioneer Trail, New Smyrna Beach,386-424-0123,, JUL 10–13 • TEEN ART CREATIVITY M–Th, 10am – 2pm 14yo and up - opportunity to learn new skills from a Hub Artist in a creative gallery environment. 2-Day $65 (Members $55), 4-Day $120 (Members $100), Scholarships available. All supplies provided. 132 Canal Street, New Smyrna Beach. JUN 17- JUN 28- TEEN EXTREME SUMMER ART CAMP Explore the fine arts, color theory, clay sculpture, dichroic glass work, drawing, painting, 3D art, 10am – 2pm, 6th through 12th Grades, $125 (supplies included) Scholarships Available, Art is Creation 540 Barracuda Blvd, New Smyrna Beach, 386-847-1676 JUL 31–AUG 4 • STETSON UNIVERSITY HATS PROGRAM 9am-3:30pm, K-12th grade. Epic School of Imagination offering an aviation course at the New Smyrna Beach Airport. $275 per week. Email


MAY 27-AUG 9- JUNIOR ACADEMY OF VICTORIA PARK VPK SUMMER CAMP 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM. Age: VPK & kindergarten, weekly themes, $90-165, 191 Endicott Way, Deland, 386-848-1766 JUN 3-JUL 28- DELTONA THEATER SUMMER CAMPS As low as $30 a week and up. Seussical, Peter Pan and Wendy, The Somewhat True Tale of Robinhood, Improvisation Camp. Youth Performing Arts Training Center, 689 Deltona Blvd., STARTING JUNE 24, STETSON MUSIC CAMP Full Day Double Reed Workshop and Clarinet Clinic - June 09-15; Brass Camp - June 17-22, ; Saxophone Workshop – June 24- 29; Flute Workshop - July 15-20; Vocal Camp - July 08-12. Grades 7 – 12. Various costs. Stetson University, 421 N. Woodland Blvd., Deland, 386-822-8949. JUN 3 –AUG 9 ATHENS YOUTH THEATER SUMMER CAMPS Acting summer camp, 9am to 1-3pm (depending on session), Age: K-12, $150-350, 128 West Michigan Ave, DeLand (386) 736-1500. JUN 3-JUL 6- THE READING INSTUTTE AT STETON UNIVERSITY Learn to Read (4-Year-Olds and Entering Kindergartners)- June 8 - July 6; Saturdays; 8:30 - 9:30 am COST : $249 PLUS $39 MATERIAL FEE Make First Grade a Big Success (Entering First Graders)- June 8 - July 6; Saturdays; 10:00 - 11:30 am., COST: $299 PLUS $39 MATERIAL FEE Make Second Grade a Big Success (Entering Second Graders) June 8 - July 6; Saturdays; 12:30 - 2:15 pm. COST: $299 PLUS $39 MATERIAL FEE Make Third Grade a Big Success (Entering Third Graders) June 8 - July 6; Saturdays; 2:45 - 4:30 pm. COST: $299 PLUS $39 MATERIAL FEE


Make Fourth Grade a Big Success (Entering Fourth Graders) June 5 - July 3; Wednesdays; 9:00 - 11:15 am. COST:$ 299 PLUS $39 MATERIAL FEE Make Fifth Grade a Big Success (Entering Fifth Graders) June 5 - July 3; Wednesdays; 11:45 am. - 2:00 pm. COST: $299 PLUS $39 MATERIAL FEE JUN 3- AUG 2- GATEWAY CENTER FOR THE ARTS SUMMER CAMPS 9 -4PM or 9-12 or 1-4 Age: Ages 6 – 16, $165-175 Full wk / $90-100 Half wk, Theme Based Camps, 880 N. Highway 17-92, Debary, (386) 668-5553. JUN 10–AUG 9 • LYONIA SUMMER CAMP 6 – 9 yo five weeks, 10 – 14 yp three weeks. Nature hikes, live animal encounters, games, snacks. $80/week Lyonia Environmental Center. 2150 Eustace Ave, Deltona. Register 386-789-7207 ext. 20126. Shari Smith JUN 10-JUN 14- MAD SCIENCE CAMPS AT STETSON UNIVERSITY Robotics and Coding: 9 am.-4 pm, Stetson University, Davis Hall, 130 Minnesota Ave, Deland, Cost: $299.00, Instructions: Campers should bring their own lunch, Water and snacks are provided. Brixology: 9 am.-4 pm, Stetson University, Davis Hall, 130 Minnesota Ave, Deland, Cost: $299.00, Instructions: Campers should bring their own lunch, Water and snacks are provided. JUL 15-JUL 26-STETSON UNIVERSITY: HATS SUMMER PROGRAMMonday - Friday, 9:00am - 3:30pm, Age: K-12, COST: $274, 421 N. Woodland Blvd. Unit 8390, Deland,(386) 822-7091, JUN 12 – JULY 1 • CULTURAL EDUCATION CAMPElementary children: Field trips, Outdoor Activities, Photography, Arts & Crafts, Dance and other fun activities. FREE. African American Museum of the Arts, 325 South Clara, Ave, Deland. 386-736-4004. JUN 12 – 16 -TEEN STUDIO WORKSHOP 10am – 3:30pm 9-12 grade. Dynamic, creative environment, passionate about art and design. Members $160, Non-members $185, Materials Fee $10. Museum of Art-DeLand, 100 N. Woodland Blvd. moartdeland. org. JUN 15- JUN 19-YMCA CAMP WINONA TEEN LEADERSHIP HIGH SCHOOL CHRISTIAN VALUES CAMP Participants will board the bus at midnight Saturday and travel to YMCA Blue Ridge Assembly in Black Mountain, NC to join 500 other teens from across the nation for a week of magic on the mountain. Age: 15-17, $700, Overnight , meals provided, Scholarships Available, 898 Camp Winona Road, De Leon Springs, 386-985-4544 JUN 09-JUN 14-YMCA CAMP WINONA MINI CAMP Registration Deadline: Two weeks before camper arrives, Mini Camps are for children ages 6-8, and offer a shorter 3-day/2night stay. This camp is designed to introduce campers who are not quite ready for the full week of overnight camp. Boys camp will be held June 9-11. Girls camp will be held June 12-14. Meals Provided, Overnight, Sunday-Tuesday or Wednesday-Friday, Age: 6 to 8, Scholarships Available, $200 ,898 Camp Winona Road, DeLeon Springs, , 386985-4544, JUN 3- JUL 12- YMCA CAMP WINONA TEEN LEADERSHIP CAMP Leaders-In-Training (LIT), June 30 -July 12, Ages 15-16 , Deposit required-$150 ; Counselors-In-Training , June 2-21, Age 17, Deposit required-$300. Meals Provided Overnight, Age: 15-17, Scholarships Available, $1,250, Discounts: Early Registration, Additional Child, Other, 898 Camp Winona Road, De Leon Springs, 386-985-4544, JUN 3- JUL 12- YMCA CAMP WINONA OVERNIGHT CAMP A great traditional, overnight camping experience. We try to balance tradition with the interests of today’s campers by offering fun, exciting and safe activities. Registration Deadline: Two weeks before campers arrive. Meals Provided, Overnight, Sunday – Friday, Age: 6 to 15, Scholarships Available, $560/week, 898 Camp Winona Road, DeLeon Springs,386-985-4544, JUN 3- JUN 7 - YMCA CAMP WINONA TEEN CAMP We teach every camper Respect, Honesty, Responsibility, and Caring, the same values taught throughout the Y. Meals Provided, Overnight, Sunday-Friday, Age: 13-16, Scholarships Available, $560, 898 Camp Winona Road, DeLeon Springs, 386-985-4544, JUL 14 - AUG 03-FLORIDA DIABETES SUMMER CAMP While attending camp they are under the direct supervision of pediatric endocrinologists from around the state who volunteer at various programs. Campers are placed in cabins according to age/grade/ sex and have trained counselors accompanying them 24 hours a day. All camps feature a variety of land and water activities as well as age appropriate diabetes education. Camp Winona Session I: Ages 12-14, Dates: July 14-21, 2019 : Camp Winona Session II: Ages 9-12, Dates: July 27 – August 3, 2019. Meals Provided, Overnight, Age: 9-14, Scholarships Available, $525, YMCA Camp Winona, Deland, FL, 352-334-1321, gtc@


JUN 3 –AUG10- CENTRAL FLORIDA ZOO SUMMER CAMP 9am-12pm, 1pm-4pm, Age: 5-17, $125-220, 3755 NW Hwy 17-92, Sanford, 407.323.4450 ext. 123 JUN 3 –AUG 2- CENTRAL FLORIDA ZOO JR. ZOO KEEPER CAMP Experience what it’s like to be a zoo keeper going behind the scenes working with the keepers, 9am –12pm, Extended Care: Available For a Fee, Age: 9-12, Pass Holder - $125, Non-Pass Holder - $145, Discounts: Membership/Employee, 3755 NW Hwy 17-92, Sanford, 407.323.4450 ext. 123 JUN 3 – AUG 2- CENTRAL FLORIDA ZOO CUB CLUB SUMMER PROGRAM Explore. Learn. Play. Join the Zoo this summer for our pre-school series for ages 2-5. Fun for you and your little one. Monday-Friday, 9:30-10:15am , Age: 2-5, $12-15/ day, $32-42/week, Discounts: Membership/Employee, 3755 NW Hwy 17-92, Sanford, 407.323.4450 ext. 123, JUN 3-JULY 26, • 2019 SANFORD RECREATION SUMMER CAMP 7:30am – 5:30pm 5-12yo. Lunch provided, Field Trips extra. Camp Store, buy snacks. $70/ week, week 5 $50. T- Shirt: $10 each, must be worn on field trips, one-time $10 non- residence fee. Camp location: 1211 Mellonville Avenue Sanford, FL 32771. 801 West 22nd St, Sanford. Register at Sanford City Hall. Registration Dates: Wednesday, May 1st - City of Sanford Residents, Thursday, May 2nd - Non- City Residences: 7 AM - 5:30 PM.


WAYNE GRETZKY ESTATES INTRODUCES NEW NO. 99 RYE LAGER BEER –The new No. 99 Rye Lager will be available across Ontario in LCBO locations and at Wayne Gretzky Estates in May Wayne Gretzky Estates is pleased to announce the launch of No. 99 Rye Lager, it’s first craft beer. No. 99 Rye Lager will be for sale across Ontario in May at LCBO stores, Wayne Gretzky Estates, as well as select Ontario restaurants, and available more broadly across Ontario this fall. “Our goal at the outset was to give hockey fans and beer fans something new to cheer about,” said John Peller. “As the name promises, No. 99 Rye Lager, brewed with rye grain delivers the crisp, clean taste of a classic lager with an extra layer of depth, zest and freshness. There’s nothing like it on the market.” “It feels awesome to be back in the craft beer business” says John Peller. Although the Peller family may be most known for their Canadian wines, Company founder Andrew Peller got his start in the beer industry. “My grandpa started his career in the 1930’s as a brewmaster at E.P. Taylor Canadian brewing, which led him to open his own brewery, Peller Brewing Company in 1947, in Hamilton, Ontario,” shares John Peller. “I’m proud to work with the Gretzky family to build on this legacy with the launch of Wayne Gretzky Craft Brewing’s No. 99 Rye Lager.” Wayne Gretzky Estates’ expansion into the growing craft beer market builds on the brand’s success of delivering premium products born from cross-category innovation, such as Red Cask Whisky and Whisky Oak Aged Red wine. No. 99 Rye Lager has only four natural ingredients and is brewed locally in Ontario with Canadian Winter Rye grain that has a unique heartiness built to survive cold Canadian winters. This grain is what produces the delicious signature flavour of the No. 99 Rye Lager, while maintaining the classic Canadian lager style. Hockey icon Wayne Gretzky has played a key role in the development of all the products offered by Wayne Gretzky Estates. “I love the refreshing taste of our new easy-drinking No. 99 Rye Lager,” said Wayne Gretzky. “I worked closely with our Master Brewer, Joshua Beach. I am truly excited to share it with fellow Canadians.” Joshua Beach, Wayne Gretzky Estates’ Master Distiller, is also the Master Brewer for the new No. 99 Rye Lager. “After years of crafting Wayne Gretzky whisky, I couldn’t imagine anything better than also creating a lager worthy of Wayne’s legacy as a true Canadian icon,” said Joshua Beach. About Wayne Gretzky Estates Wayne Gretzky Estates produces award-winning wines in Canada from the finest grapes grown in the Okanagan and Niagara wine regions. The same Canadian soils that produce great grapes also grow grains that are used to produce small batch Wayne Gretzky No. 99 Canadian Whisky that is finished in red and ice wine casks along with other craft spirits. Building on the success of Wayne Gretzky’s wine and whisky program, Wayne Gretzky’s Craft Brewing brews innovative version of approachable styles. About Andrew Peller Limited: Andrew Peller Limited (ADW.A/ADW.B) is one of Canada’s leading producers and marketers of quality wines and craft spirits. The Company’s award-winning premium and ultra-premium VQA brands include Peller Estates, Peller Family Vineyards, Trius, Thirty Bench, Wayne Gretzky, Sandhill, Red Rooster, Black Hills Estate, Tinhorn Creek, Gray Monk Estates, Raven Conspiracy, and Conviction. Complementing these premium brands are a number of popularly priced varietal offerings, wine based liqueurs, craft ciders, and craft spirits. The Company owns and operates 101 well-positioned independent retail locations in Ontario under The Wine Shop, Wine Country Vintners, and Wine Country Merchants store names. The Company also operates Andrew Peller Import Agency and The Small Winemaker’s Collection Inc., importers and marketing agents of premium wines from around the world. With a focus on serving the needs of all wine consumers, the Company produces and markets premium personal winemaking products through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Global Vintners Inc. (“GVI”), the recognized leader in personal winemaking products.

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Boardwalk Merchants and the Friends of The Bandshell Presents


BRITISH ROCK INVASION – Bad Company and Foreigner Tributes June 8 ROCKET MAN – Elton John Tribute June 15 LIVIN’ ON A PRAYER – Bon Jovi Tribute June 22 LET IT BE – Beatles Tribute June 29 SMOKIN’ AND RENEGADE – Boston and Styx Tributes July July July July July

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ALTER EAGLES – The Eagles Tribute NUTHIN’ FANCY – Lynyrd Skynyrd Tribute NEVER STOP BELIEVIN’ – Journey Tribute BOSS PROJECT – Bruce Springsteen Tribute ULTIMATE DEF LEPPARD AND ABSOLUTE QUEEN – Def Leppard and Queen Tributes

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ZENDATTA AND KISS AMERICA – The Police and Kiss Tributes REO SURVIVOR & CHICAGO REWIRED – REO Speedwagon, Survivor & Chicago Tributes BOXERS AND SOUTHERN CROSS – Simon & Garfunkel and Crosby Stills Nash & Young Tributes TURNSTILES – Billy Joel Tribute US STONES – Rolling Stones Tribute

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HIGHWAY TO HELL – AC/DC Tribute FLEETWOOD MAX – Fleetwood Mac Tribute IN THE LIGHT OF LED ZEPPELIN – Led Zeppelin Tribute WALL OF ECHOES – Pink Floyd Tribute

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EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT THROUGH SEPTEMBER 28 FOLLOWED BY BUD LIGHT-LIGHTS UP DAYTONA FIREWORKS DISPLAY OVER THE ATLANTIC On Saturday, May 25th, the Daytona Beach Bandshell’s 2019 Star Spangled Summer Concert Series presented by Boardwalk Merchants and Friends of the Bandshell will officially kick off summer in Daytona Beach with a special Memorial Weekend Celebration honoring veterans with a patriotic flyover and hosting the first free Saturday night concert of the Star Spangled Summer Concert Series. The free concerts begin at 7:15 PM and will be followed by the popular Bud Light-Lights Up Daytona fireworks displays over the Atlantic Ocean at 9:45 PM. The Star Spangled Summer Concert Series is an annual free summer concert series that takes place on Saturday nights at the world’s most famous beach’s historic Bandshell located on the North end of the Daytona Beach Boardwalk and is an experience both locals and visitors alike look forward to every summer. The 2019 free concert series, known for bringing the best Tribute Bands to the beach, will begin on May 25th and continue every Saturday night through September 28th. A star-spangled summer of fun for everyone! Admission is free and the public is invited to bring their entire family. On Saturday, May 25th, the historic Bandshell’s stage will come alive with two great shows in one Classic Rock Revival which combines Supernatural – a Santana Tribute Band and China Grove - a Doobie Brothers Tribute Band. Supernatural is an amazing Santana Tribute show like no other! The sights and sounds of the career of Carlos Santana will blow attendees away with all the many hits from the 60s to today. Everything from “Black Magic Woman” to “Smooth” is played with attention to note-for-note detail, all done with a fantastic band and a look-alike Carlos Santana! China Grove is a fantastic Doobie Brothers tribute band from the Tampa Bay area. Their repertoire spans the many decades and styles of the legendary California group. From the jammin’ rock of “Long Train Runnin” to the jazzy “Takin’ it to the Streets,” to the Grammy award winning pop of “What a Fool Believes,” this group blazes through a sizzling set of memory-jarring classic hits and album cuts with stunning accuracy and passion. Let’s just say these guys “bring it”! Bandshell parking is available at the nearby Ocean Center garage and surface lots. Attendees parking in the Ocean Center garage can take the pedestrian overpass to the Bandshell, rent a chair, purchase a drink and enjoy the free show and fireworks! Additionally, while appreciating cool evenings with live music under the stars, concert attendees may stroll the boardwalk, play skeeball or video games while enjoying food and drinks and the street performers on the world’s most famous Boardwalk. The free concerts are made possible by corporate and individual sponsors, annual members’ donations, Volusia County and Florida State grants, volunteers, City of Daytona Beach, corporate “in-kind” contributions, audience donations, chair rentals, light up merchandise and Pepsi products. The 2019 Star Spangled Summer Concert Series title sponsor is Daytona Beach Boardwalk. Presenting sponsors are Ocean Walk Shoppes, City of Daytona Beach, Bud Light, and Daytona Beach Convention & Visitors Bureau. Participating sponsors are 95.7 The Hog Radio, Jon Hall Chevrolet Daytona, Ocean Center Convention Center, Pizza King on the Boardwalk, and Joe’s Crab Shack. Contributing sponsors are Pepsi, Daytona Beach News-Journal, Backstage Pass Magazine and Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort. Please mark your calendar to attend Daytona Beach’s 2018 Star Spangled Summer Concert Series featuring the following tribute bands:


May 25 CLASSIC ROCK REVIVAL – The Doobie Brothers and Santana Tributes June 1 BRITISH ROCK INVASION – Bad Company and Foreigner Tributes June 8 ROCKET MAN – Elton John Tribute June 15 LIVIN’ ON A PRAYER – Bon Jovi Tribute June 22 LET IT BE – Beatles Tribute June 29 SMOKIN’ AND RENEGADE – Boston and Styx Tributes July 4 ALTER EAGLES – The Eagles Tribute July 6 NUTHIN’ FANCY – Lynyrd Skynyrd Tribute July 13 NEVER STOP BELIEVIN’ – Journey Tribute July 20 BOSS PROJECT – Bruce Springsteen Tribute July 27 ULTIMATE DEF LEPPARD AND ABSOLUTE QUEEN – Def Leppard and Queen Tributes August 3 ZENDATTA AND KISS AMERICA – The Police and Kiss Tributes August 10 REO SURVIVOR & CHICAGO REWIRED – REO Speedwagon, Survivor & Chicago Tributes August 17 BOXERS AND SOUTHERN CROSS – Simon & Garfunkel and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Tributes August 24 TURNSTILES – Billy Joel Tribute August 31 US STONES – Rolling Stones Tribute September 7 HIGHWAY TO HELL – AC/DC Tribute September 14 FLEETWOOD MAX – Fleetwood Mac Tribute September 21 IN THE LIGHT OF LED ZEPPELIN – Led Zeppelin Tribute September 28 WALL OF ECHOES – Pink Floyd Tribute

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1ST SATURDAY AT THE HUB ON CANAL: 10am- 7pm Art Connections offers an inside look at the work of more than 70 local artists. Talk to the artists and learn about the process of creating art. Free. 11am-1pm Live Music with the HubCats, The Hub’s own eclectic blues/jug band. 1-2pm Talk Art! Jennifer Harper with Relief Print Making. Informal demonstration and conversation. 4-7pm Live Music in the Lobby. 4-7pm Opening Reception for the June Founders Gallery exhibition. Artist’s talk at 6pm. 4-7pm Opening Reception for the June Photography Gallery exhibition in The Hub’s new Fine Art Photography Gallery, Art Exhibition – Through The Lens – Jeff Thamert. All 1st Saturday events free and open to the public. 1st Saturday along Canal Street: Art Stroll (10am-4pm), Craft Beer Walk (1-7pm) and Gallery Walk (4-7pm). THROUGH MAY 30: STEPHEN HARLAN • OCEAN ART GALLERY · 197 E Granada Blvd, Ormond Beach. His world of color, reflection, shadow and contrast. Ongoing Gone Fishin’: This exhibition emphasizes Florida’s reputation for being one of the greatest sport fishing areas in the world. Ongoing- Visions of the Future: This colorful creative poster series from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, in the Planetarium Lobby, imagines possible future travel destinations to real exotic locations in space. Ongoing- “The Latest News from Florida”: Wood Engravings from 19th Century Periodicals: Wood engravings from 19th century illustrated magazines and journals documenting events in the remote land of Florida. Grouped into three sections: “life”, “industry”, and “war”. Ongoing- The Seminole and the Everglades: Artists from the early 19th century on have found the visual characteristics of the people and the land compelling subjects for artworks. The climatic conditions change frequently giving new dimensions of color, motion, and light to the landscape. ONGOING- Florida Weather: It is the artist’s desire to fully depict the weather as it affects all aspects of the composition. The color, technique, rhythm and texture are all focused to evoke the full sensation of what

is Florida’s revealing environmental trait. ONGOING- Volusia County: Art about Volusia County. MOAS ·352 S. Nova Rd, Daytona Beach. EVERY 3RD SAT • SANFORD ART WALK 6-9pm, Live music, lots of art, juried show. Historic Sanford Welcome Center, 230 E First St, Sanford. EVERY 1ST SAT--ORMOND ART WALK5 PM · Ormond Beach Mainstreet Arts District-experience new creations, meet new creators, and treat yourself to a night of intellectual & aesthetic stimulation. EVERY 1ST SAT- ART STROLL ON CANAL STREET- Live music, lots of art, Galleries have solo exhibition on Canal Street, New Smyrna Beach. EVERY 1ST SAT-GALLERY WALK ON CANAL STREET- 4-7 PM- Live music, lots of art, Galleries have solo exhibition on Canal Street, New Smyrna Beach. MAY 25: FLORIDA HUMANITIES SPEAKER SERIES, 10-11am, Historic Anderson-Price Memorial Building, 42 N. Beach St., Ormond Beach. Blanche Ames (178 -1969): Artist, Activist, Inventor. Hear about her life of superb drawings of orchids, women’s equality fight and variety of inventions. Refreshments 9:30am; Program 10-11am. FREE JUN 6: SUMMER BREWS & BBQ, 6-8pm. Root Family Museum Train Station at MOAS. Summer-themed social! Samples of summer beers from local breweries, BBQ, live music. Take an exclusive tour inside the Silver Holly and Hiawatha train cars. 21+ RSVP required. $15 MOAS members, $20 future members. 352 S. Nova Rd, Daytona Beach. 386-255-0285.

EVERY SATURDAY – VISIT THE ROASTERY – 9 AM, Expect to be overwhelmed with the smells and sounds of a working small-batch roastery. We typically have coffee to sample, stories about our current offerings and details about the inner workings of our craft to share with you. Steel Oak Coffee. 1ST SUNDAY – free pig roast, third Saturday - free oyster roast, No Name Saloon, 3 pm, live music. No Name Saloon, 2001 S. Ridgewood Ave, Edgewater. MAY 23: A TASTEFUL AFFAIR 2019. 5:30-8pm. $30Advance, $35 Door. River-

side Pavilion, 3431 Ridgewood Ave, Port Orange. More than 20 vendors will provide food samples. or 386761-1601. MAY 25: WINE WALK ON FLAGLER AVENUE- 1 PM · The Party’s on Flagler · New Smyrna Beach Explore interesting wines as you walk Flagler Avenue from 1-7 PM. Wine tasting passports are $30.

MAY 17, 18, 19, 23, 24, 25, 26- SOUTHERN FRIED FUNERAL-8pm · Daytona Playhouse · 100 Jessamine Blvd, Daytona Beach. May 19, 26 – 2:00pm. Srs $20, Ad $18, Youth $8. MAY 17-26: GLENGARRY GLENN ROSS BY TYLOR ADCOCK. · Thank You Five· 4606 S Clyde Morris Blvd, Port Orange. Fri and Sat, 7:30pm, Sun, 2:00pm. $17.

MAY 30: FOUR COURSE GOURMET DINNER AND WINE PAIRING, $79pp, 6:30-10pm, Hilton Beachside, 100N Atlantic Av, Daytona Beach. Doc Bales Grill. Serving wines from Spain. Reservations, 386-947-8054.

MAY 18: POETRY NIGHT. 5-6:30pm. $5 · The Hub on Canal · 132 Canal St. New Smyrna Beach, Three guest poets in addition to your MC Dan Peals, Surrealist Poet and Co-host Mary Jane Barenbaum, a realist/romantic poet.

MAY 3-OPEN MIC NIGHT-7:30 PM · Thank You Five · 4606 S. Clyde Morris Blvd. Unit 2N Port Orange. Open to all styles of performance- music, spoken word, comedy $5 cover charge.

MAY 19: MURDER MYSTERY DINNER – 6pm · La’s Bistro · 439 S. Nova Rd Ormond Beach. $30 per person. Includes the Show and Dinner Buffet. Make your reservation. 386-676-5181.

MAY 5-MUSIC THROUGH THE AGES2:30 PM · The Center at Deltona ·1640 Doctor M.L.K. Blvd Deltona. 3rd annual recital, Tickets are $5

MAY 20 & 21: AUDITIONS: THE SMELL OF THE KILL. May 20 7:00pm. Performance dates: July 12,13 & July 19-21 Cold reads from the script. 3 female leads. the STAGE at thank you five, 4606 S. Clyde Morris Blvd, Port Orange, 386-295-5699.

MAY 5 & 6 AUDITIONS SUMMER YOUTH SHOW. 7pm at Shoestring Theatre, 380 S Goodwin St, Lake Helen. Cold readings, improvisational exercise. Monologues not required, but are allowed. THROUGH MAY 12- SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN -7:30 PM · Athens Theatre · 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand. Musical, Preferred $29 (Row A-E, Center) - Adult $24 - Senior $22, Student/Child $11 - Groups of 8 or more $20, $3 Per Ticket Processing Charge is added to all purchases. MAY 9 – 12 - THE GIN GAME-8pm · The Little Theatre · 726 E 3rd Ave. New Smyrna Beach. Tickets are $10-$15. Showtime is 2pm on May 12. MAY 13: DR. MARY MCLEOD BETHUNE COMES TO LIFE, 2-7pm. Daytona Beach Regional Library Auditorium, 105 E Magnolia Av, Daytona Beach. Dr. Bethune (1875–1955) was the founder of Bethune-Cookman University and was involved in many areas of the government. In costume and in character, Ersula KnoxOdom portrays Dr. Bethune in 1954 and shares fascinating stories of her extraordinary contribution to democracy. MAY 14 KINKY BOOTS. 7:30pm. $64-74. · Peabody Auditorium · 600 Auditorium Blvd, Daytona Beach.


MAY 31: OPEN MIC NIGHT- 7:30 PM · Thank You Five ·4606 S. Clyde Morris Blvd. Unit 2N Port Orange. Open to all styles of performance- music, spoken word, comedy $5 cover charge Doors open 7pm.

MAY 10: A NIGHT OF COMEDY. 8pm. $15. Daytona Cigar Club, 200S Beach St, Daytona Beach. Headliner Comedian/ Actor Angel Salazar (Chi Chi in the movie Scarface), Host Phil Skratch Cummings Radio Dj Rock of Daytona, Comedians Jennifer Weeks, radio personality seen on BET and Joe Hughes, Host of The Vinyl Thought Radio Show. Guest comedian Nik Baldwin. Eventbrite for tix. EVERY TUESDAY, RANDOM SATURDAYS • RANDOM ACTS OF INSANITY 8pm. Live Improv Comedy, $5, Cinematique, 242 S Beach Street, DB, 386-2523778. THURSDAYS: TODD BOGUE’S RIDICULOUS COMEDY & MAGIC SHOW, 7pm. $10 cash or debit, 3< Free. The Shores Resort, 2637 S Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach Shores, 4TH TUESDAY BOB CALABRESE’S POET’S CORNER, poetry workshop of New Smyrna Beach at the New Smyrna Cont’ on page 20


Beach Regional Library, at 5:00 PM. MAY 16, 17: KRIS SHAW AS SEEN ON CBS, with David Noboa, $10, 7pm MAY 24: MIKE CHARETTE AS SEEN ON THE LOWDOWN, with Christophe Jean, $7, 8pm MAY 30, 31: DOUG CANNEY AS SEEN ON NBC, with Brian Adams, $10. 8pm, 18+. The Dog House, 3400 S Nova Rd, Port Orange, 386-872-7291. JUN 1-STAND UP COMEDY-7:30 PM· Thank You Five · 4606 S Clyde Morris Blvd, Port Orange. Doors open at 7pm, Local comedians, $10 admission.

2ND AND 4TH WED: CAMERA CLUB Port Orange Adult Activity Center (South), 6:30-9:30pm MON AND THUR: HORSESHOE CLUB – Port Orange Adult Activity Center (Outdoors), 9am-noon. TUESDAYS: FRIENDS OF WOODCARVING, 6-8pm. Port Orange Adult Activity Center (North), 4790 S Ridgewood Ave, Port Orange, 386-506-5867. MAY 15: FLORIDA HUMANITIES COUNCIL BOOK TALK - “COLORED TOWN” BY JESSIE MAE WALTON-WOODARD. 10-11am. Daytona Beach Regional Library Auditorium Jessie Mae Walton-Woodard spent many days with Dr. Bethune during her formative years. This memoir gives the reader a heartwarming account of the love of an insightful woman and a village child. MAY 16: GUIDED IMAGERY MEDITATION. 7-8pm. Mind Body Soul · 821 Canal St, New Smyrna Beach. $10. MAY 16: JEWELRY MAKERS CLUB · New Smyrna Beach Regional Library · 1001 S Dixie Frwy, No selling, no cost. Just bring your supplies and learn from each other. Auditorium B. 18+ 3RD MONDAY: STRESSED, SAD OR DEPRESSED?, 4pm, Come for some free Laughter therapy! Port Orange Presbyterian Church, The Gathering Place, Room D, 4662 S. Clyde Morris Blvd., Port Orange MAY 22: ARCHAEOLOGY WORKS “CERAMICS”. 2-3pm. Learn about common historic ceramics found in Florida and the Caribbean between 1492-1850.


Try your hand at analysis the pros use to determine date and use of sites. Limited space, register at NSMofHistory@gmail. com or 386.478.0052. WED UNTIL MAY 29-AN EVENING OF BLISS-6:45pm·Debra Gaffney, PHD, AP, Acupuncture Physician · 339 E New York Ave., DeLand. The Bliss technique that we will practice will get you high and happy with no drugs. Love offerings accepted.

MAY 7-28: BEGINNING, BEGINNING WATERCOLOR SERIES, 10am12:30pm. · Ormond Memorial Art Museum & Gardens·78 E Granada Blvd, Ormond Beach. $67 (future members) - Museum members save 10% on tuition. MAY 10: SHAKEN & STIRRED: A CRAFT COCKTAIL CLASS. 7-9:30pm. $55. 233 West Rich Ave, Deland The Cocktail trends of today are returning to us from eras past. Bourbon cocktails, the Smoked Old Fashioned, New Age Martinis, Herbal infusions. Hands-on class led by Miss Mary Buth. Taste sample libations, charcuterie bites and a sweet treat. MAY 13: FOOD CLUB, 11am – noon · New Smyrna Beach Regional Library · 1001 S Dixie Frwy. Bring a breakfast dish (appetizer, salad, main dish, side dish or dessert) and recipe to share at food club. MAY 18-ESSENTIAL OILS 101-noon1pm · Kula Yoga Studios · 107 Magnolia St, NSB. Exploring the benefits of essential oils for wellness of body, releasing tension, boosting your immunity, balancing the emotions, and so much more. Bring a friend and you each get a gift. THROUGH JUN 29: THE SATURDAY TAROT CLUB- 2-3pm · The Vintage Cottage · 612 W. New York Ave. Deland. Learning how to use tarot cards as great tool for writing and creative thinking. Bring a notebook or a laptop, deck of tarot cards if you can. Each class is $10, cash or credit at the door. ONGOING - ACTING CLASS, EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT, 6:30pm at The Studio Creative Group · DeLand, Each class $15, monthly packages available. EVERY TUESDAY – COMMUNITY DANCE LESSONS- 5:30 PM New Smyrna Beach Library, 1001 Dixie Fwy. EVERY FRIDAY - FRIDAY KIDS YOGA CLASSES- 5:30 PM · Kula Yoga Kids ·Port Orange-Bring some food for your

child as there will be time for them to eat, a yoga mat, and some water. 12/child & $10 sibling discount.

FRIDAYS: MOVEMENT & TAI CHI, 9–10am, Live Oak Cultural Center, 1000 Live Oak St, New Smyrna Beach. Tai Chi and energy work has been proven to aid in muscle strength, flexibility, lower blood pressure, stress, anxiety, and help develop a better mood. Open to everyone! $12 annual membership to COA required. 2ND AND 4TH WED: MUSIC CAFÉ, 11:15am - 12:15pm, Live Oak Cultural Center, 1000 Live Oak Street, New Smyrna Beach. Led by music therapist Vicki Gross, ACA invites you to rejuvenate, relax and recharge with an eclectic mix of music-making through dancing, songwriting, listening and sharing Open to everyone! $12 annual membership to COA required. SATURDAY: JUDO, 10:30am-noon. $30/4 weeks, Mike Thompson 386-882-6097. THURSDAYS: LINE DANCE – BEGINNER. 5:30-6:30pm. $35/6 weeks. Pre-registration required, Joe Parilla, 386-6723868. Port Orange Adult Center, 4790 S Ridgewood Ave, Port Orange, 386-5065867. M/W/F: JAZZERCISE, 9:30-10:30am. Port Orange Gymnasium. 4655 City Center Circle. $45 per month OR $10 per class. Denny Justus, 386-767-9505. MAY 16: FETCHFEST, 9am-2pm, $25. Races: Run Swim Run, Paddle Board, Surf Ski, Paddle Relay (3 person), International Ironman, Beach Flags. Must be 18+. Trophies awarded. Winterhaven Park, 4589 South Atlantic Ave, Ponce Inlet. Eventbrite. WEDNESDAYS: PRAYER YOGA-6pm · Our Lady of Lourdes· 1014 N. Halifax Ave. Daytona Beach. Christ focused prayer yoga with instructor John Bod certified from Hawaii School of Yoga for Hatha and Vinyassa Yoga. John “JB”, 619.933.4191. MAY 22: DRUM CIRCLE AT LOURDES -6pm · Our Lady of Lourdes · 1014 N. Halifax Ave. Daytona Beach. Community Center. Drums and shakers are provided, everyone can participate. Derm, syraderm@,315.414.7389. MAY 26: NSB TURTLE TREK BEACH 5K RUN/WALK, 7am – 6pm, Flagler Beach approach. Ship-timed on beach north to south and back. Medals will be provided to


the quickest runners across multiple age and gender categories. Celebrate the run with a finish-line photo, post-race social, and party! TUESDAY: AEROBIC LINE DANCE, 5:30pm, Our Lady of Lourdes · 1014 N. Halifax Ave. Daytona Beach. Join us the chapel, all are welcome. WEDNESDAY: YIN YOGA, 6-7pm · Mind Body Soul ·821 Canal St., New Smyrna Beach. $12 per session or 10 sessions for $100. THURSDAY UNTIL MAY 30: QIGONG WITH MASTER MIKe-6:30 PM · Debra Gaffney, PHD, AP, Acupuncture Physician · 339 E New York Ave. DeLand. Cost is $10 (cash only) pp. Bring a mat or a towel to use and call Mike at 224.239.4577 to register. DAILY: MEDITATION, 10:15-10:45am. FREE. Kula Yoga Studios · 5537 S. Williamson Blvd, Ste 753 Port Orange. 1ST TUESDAY: PEACE OF MIND: MEDITATION 7pm. · DeLand Community Acupuncture, 245 N Woodland Blvd, DeLand. All welcome. $5-10 per class suggested donation. Chairs available or you May bring a meditation cushion to sit on. 386626-1944. 1ST FRIDAY • WASHINGTON OAKS GARDEN STATE PARK, GARDEN WALK, 10am for a walk through our historical gardens. Meet in the Garden parking lot. Garden walk included with park entry. EVERY THURSDAY • FAMILY TREE ACUPUNCTURE. FREE community style acupuncture for veterans, active duty military. Bring your military ID and arrive no later than 6:30pm. no appointment necessary! EVERY THURSDAY • YOGA CLASSES – 5:30-6:45pm. Passion Chiropractic and Wellness Center. Suggested donation $10. Bring your yoga mat, water, and a friend! EVERY WEDNESDAY • YOGA IN THE GALLERY - MOAS- 5:30-6:30pm. Bring a mat, towel, and water. Space is limited, registration required. 386-255-0285. $10 future members, $5 for members. MONDAYS AND FRIDAYS • SCRUB STROLL 9-10 AM, Environmental specialists lead free hikes. Hike on unpaved sugar-sand trails. Lyonia Environmental Center, 2150 Eustace Ave, Deltona. Reservations requested 386-789-7207. SATURDAYS • BUNGEE FITNESS 2 and 2:45pm, Anyone can do this. $25 drop in, $20/class if monthly session purchased.

Schnebly Recreational Center, 1101 N A1A, Daytona Beach, Register 516-6954077. EVERY MONDAY • YOGA IN THE PARK 9-10:30am, Meditation, breathing, gentle yoga movement. $75/4 weeks includes park entry. Registration 386-446-6783.

$3, Seniors $2, Children Free. ONGOING - BROWNS BAY KAYAK TOUR. Tues, Thus and sat at 10am – noon. · Marine Discovery Center · 520 Barracuda Blvd, New Smyrna Beach. $38 Adults, $12 Children (6-12).

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.

TUESDAYS: HISTORY WALKING TOUR ON SOUTH RIVERSIDE DRIVE- 10:30 AM New Smyrna Museum of History 120 Sams Ave, New Smyrna Beach. The tour will depart the museum at 10:30 am so be sure to be there ahead of time $12 GA, $10 Seniors 65+, Students and Members.

2ND THURSDAY • SPA SOCIAL View local artists while pampering yourself with spa services, fresh healthy snacks and a glass of wine. $25. Daytona Spa & Wellness, 211 E. International Speedway Blvd Daytona Beach, 386-243-9644.

EVERY WED • RIVER OF HISTORY BOAT TOUR 10am, Tour the Ponce Inlet Intracoastal Waterway from Ponce Inlet Water Sports to New Smyrna, 386-4053445, $25/adults; 5-12 /$10, 4936 South Peninsula Drive, Ponce Inlet.

DAILY • FREE COMMINITY FIT CAMP 6:30 – 7:30pm, Bringing people together to stay healthy and active. Open to all ages, levels. Support, motivation, friendship. Central Park in Town Center, 975 Central Avenue, Palm Coast.

SATURDAYS • HISTORY WALKING TOUR ON FLAGLER AVE 10:30 AM · Riverview Hotel ·103 Flagler Ave New Smyrna Beach. Ticket price is $12 General Admission & $10 Seniors 65+ The tour departs at 10:30 so be there ahead of time.

EVERY THURSDAY • SPIRITUAL HEALING 4-5pm, Spiritual current to heal the mind, body, and spirit. Wear white. Love offering. Daytona Books & Metaphysics, 125 W International Speedway Blvd, Daytona Beach. 386-236-9968. EVERY FRIDAY • DRUM CIRCLE 7 9pm. The stairway to the LEFT of the pier in Flagler Beach. 3RD WEDNESDAY • DEPRESSION, ANXIETY, PTSD, CHRONIC PAIN SUPPORT- 1 PM · Our Lady of Lourdes · Daytona Beach Sessions are free and you need not be Catholic to join. Sessions facilitated by Dr. JoEllen Salce Rogers, Ph.D. 386.341.6639. 1014 N Halifax Ave, Daytona Beach. JUN 1: HEALTH EXPO. 10am – 2pm. The City of Deltona’s Parks & Recreation Department will have health and wellness related resources available for the entire family. Vendors have provided free massages, blood pressure checks and hearing screenings in the past.386-878-8900.

ONGOING: SELF GUIDED GAMBLE PLACE NATURE WALK-Wed – Sun 8am-5pm. Cracker Creek· 1795 Taylor Rd, Port Orange. See native, and non-native, plants and animals of the area. Adults

ONGOING: FULL MOON KAYAK TOURS-Marine Discovery Center, New Smyrna Beach-These 1½-hour tours coincide with full moons and give participants the opportunity to paddle our local waters as the sun sinks below the mangrove trees and moonlight fills the sky. Adults $38, Children (6-12) $20, must be in a tandem kayak with an adult, Own Kayak $20. ONGOING: FULL MOON BOAT TOURSMarine Discovery Center · New Smyrna Beach, The Full-Moon Boat Tour is offered monthly during the full moon phase. Adults $29 Seniors (62+) & Students $26 Family* $75 Children** $13. MAY 10: WALKING WITH THE MANAGER, 8am, Environmental Discovery Center, 601 Division Ave, Ormond Beach. The walk will be approximately 2 miles. Robert Carolin, Leisure Services Director, will be the City Manager’s “guest walker.” Citizens are invited to join for a walk, ask questions, share comments and offer suggestions. ONGOING • ORMOND BEACHSIDE WALKING TOURS 10 AM, 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 or $22/Children $7, Casements parking lot, 25 Riverside Dr., 386-677-7005.

MAY 18: PROJECT MAGNOLIA COMMUNITY ART EVENT. 10am-noon. FREE · The Hub on Canal · 132 Canal St. New Smyrna Beach. Add your paint strokes to the sea-themed mural in progress by Hub artist Steve Hardock on the exterior wall of The Hub facing Magnolia St. MAY 18: ARMED FORCES DAY, 11am, Daytona Beach Shores Veteran’s Park, behind the Community Center at 3000 Bellemead Dr, Daytona Beach Shores. Special showing of the colors, speaker and lunch by the Cracked Egg. MAY 21: GHOST STORIES BOOK CLUB: THE GHOST BRIDE BY YANGSZE CHOO. 7-8:30pm. · The Vintage Cottage · 612 W. New York Ave. Deland. THE BOOK CLUB THAT MEETS IN A HAUNTED ANTIQUE SHOP. If we’re lucky, we might even be joined by a spectral visitor or two. MAY 26: PATRIOTIC CONCERT, FREE, 2-4:30pm, Ormond Beach Performing Arts Center, 399 US-1 Ormond Beach. Laying of the Wreath, Tolling of the Bells, Patriots Day Concert by the Daytona Beach Concert Band. MAY 26: FREEDOM FEST. 3pm. Main Street Station, 316 Main St, Daytona Beach. 386-214-1389. Festival to support and remember our troops. Free live music, 2 stages and 11 bands. Finale of the Battle of the Bands. Raising funds for Messengers for Homeless Vets. The Poker run for this event registration starts at 11am, kick stands up at 12pm. $10 for driver and $5 for rider. Main Street Station T-shirt sale!!

Spruce Creek Gaggle. ONGOING: VETERANS MEMORIAL MUSEUM, 1921 Evard Ave, Deltona. 386-789-8247. View monuments listing the names of those who have been lost in battle or are currently serving overseas. Explore an authentic U.S. Army AH-1 Cobra Helicopter. ONGOING: ORMOND MEMORIAL ART MUSEUM & GARDENS, 78 E Granada Blvd, Ormond Beach. 386-676-3347. Commemorate the valiant service of World War II veterans. A bronze plaque inside the museum lists former Ormond Beach residents who served in World War II. The Korean War Memorial Sculpture by commissioned Florida artist Mark Chew. The gardens offer a peaceful place to remember and honor all those who served. ONGOING: VETERANS MUSEUM & EDUCATION CENTER, 166 S Beach St, Daytona Beach. 386-677-7416. Pay tribute to the commitment, dedication, service and sacrifice of the men and women who have served in the United States Armed Forces in the 1,600-square-foot museum, you’ll find the names of local heroes, uniforms from all branches of the military, and an exhibit spotlighting a different veteran each month. ONGOING: DELAND NAVAL AIR STATION MUSEUM, 910 Biscayne Blvd, DeLand. 386-738-4149. Formerly a World War II training base for dive-bomber pilots. The museum houses an ever-growing collection of historical artifacts, veterans’ mementos and military art. You can even witness incredible restoration projects such as those of the PTF-3 Fast Torpedo Boat, the TBF Avenger Torpedo Bomber and the M38A1 Jeep.

MAY 27 PORT ORANGE MEMORIAL DAY CEREMONY FREE 10-11am. City Center Veterans Park. VFW Post 3282 will host and feature a display of colors, speeches and a 21-gun salute. The closest parking lot is located at 4655 City Center Circle, Port Orange. 386-5065936. MAY 27: PONCE INLET VETERAN’S MEMORIAL AT LIGHTHOUSE PARK, 4931 S Peninsula Ave, Free. 9amSpecial guest speaker and a flyover by the



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. 386668-5553. 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. 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. 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. 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, organic produce, local honey, baked goods, sweets, pastas, teas, herbs, plants and so much more. Every Saturday 9 am-2 pm. Located in Magnolia Square at the heart of Downtown Sanford, on 1st St. & Magnolia Ave. THE ST. AUGUSTINE BEACH LOCAL FARMERS’/ARTS & CRAFTS MARKET is every Wednesday from 7:30 am- 12:30 pm. Fresh produce including organic produce. Approximately 30 artisans as vendors. St. Johns County Pier parking lot, St. Augustine Beach. ALL ABOARD FLEA & FARMER’S MARKET open Thurs - Sun, 7 am - 2 pm. Offerings include fresh produce, fresh flowers, lawn and garden, toys and collectibles, tools, jewelry, CO’s, movies, and fishing gear. New vendors welcome. Port Orange Flea and Farmers Market, 5005 Ridgewood Ave., Port Orange. (386) 523-7749. DOWNTOWN DAYTONA BEACH FARMERS MARKET is open Saturdays, 7 am- 1 pm. Located in historic downtown Daytona Beach. Beach St. & Magnolia Ave., between City Island Library & Jackie Robinson Stadium. Featuring fresh produce, fresh food, and handmade goods. (386) 258-8150. BARBERVILLE FAMILY FARM SWAP & MARKET is the largest farm market in Volusia County with 50-70 sellers 2 x’s a month, selling just farm market related goods. The farm market is unique in that we sell livestock, fowl , farm and ranch related items right along side the traditional farmers market produce/ veggies,and such. or 386-469-9409. ORANGE CITY HAS A FARMER’S MARKET every Friday from 8 am to 1 pm. We offer local and organically grown produce, fresh baked goods, plants, herbs, handmade goods, variety of foods, and more! for more information. PALM COAST FARMERS & ARTISAN MARKET is set in a beautiful setting at The European Village. Sunday’s from 4-7 pm. Expect dozens of quality vendors with Fresh Vegetables, Fresh Juice, Fresh Bread, Cheese, Seafood, Grass fed meats and more. THE PAVILION PORT ORANGE FARMERS’ MARKET is located at 5501 South Williamson Blvd., is every Saturday in season from 9 am1pm. Awesome produce, Organic produce and fresh eggs, fruits, Fish Chic S eafood, Bread, Artesian products, gifts and much more. For more information, (386) 882-4965.

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For May 2019

TAURUS (APR. 21-MAY 21): You’ll be in your luscious glory all month thanks to the planetary patterns in the sky. It all starts with an amazingly perfect New Moon in Taurus on May 4. This is your personal lunation to plant whatever seeds you’d like to see bloom in the garden of your life. There’s nothing but rich and fertile soil available to you now, supporting the growth of what you want most. Be sure to set those intentions and then back them up with your signature style of determined action. Venus moves into your sign on May 15, offering you a major boost in the love department. Whether you’re single or attached, you can look forward to twists and turns in your romantic world on May 18. Venus and Uranus will join forces on this day, and a Full Moon in your partnership sector promises complete illumination of where you need to be vulnerable in matters of the heart to reach true intimacy. It will also reveal any “dark matter” in your current relationship that needs attention. But your sex appeal will be off the charts! Keywords for May: fresh start, initiation, intimacy, emotional, dark, beautiful, rich, growth GEMINI (MAY 21-JUNE 21): With Mars in your sign through May 15, plan on getting your most important projects started during the first half of the month. In fact, you’ve got more courage than usual this month, and this will ramp up your powers of attraction. If you’re single, then pay attention to May 14 when the two cosmic lovers -- Venus and Mars -- engage in a playful link. You might be brave enough to make the first move and ask someone out in your social circle you know thinks of you as more than just a friend. In a relationship? May 9 is a day to circle. Your sweetheart might do something that makes one of your dreams come true. Expenses might flare up after May 15. Mars moves out of your sign and into your earned income sector then, where he’ll remain until July 1. You make money and it instantly goes out. The good news is that you CAN keep up with the bills. In fact, you’ve got all the energy you need to be a money-maker. Keywords for May: passion, zest, sexy, courage, expensive, money, bills, partnership dream. CANCER (JUNE 21-JULY 22): On May 4 a gorgeous New Moon in Taurus lands in your 11th House of Greatest Hopes. This is your ultimate “make a wish” lunation, so don’t waste it! You have more power than you realize to turn your intentions into something tangible. Come May 15 Venus enters the same area of your chart, and suddenly your friends want to help you in any way possible. Let them! Also on May 15, Mars will move into your sign, and that signals a major push for you in terms of stamina and zest. The energy to crush your goals (and your enemies!) will be available until July 1. This will also do wonders for your sex drive (just in case things have been sleepy in that department). Speaking of sex and love, a Full Moon in your romance sector on May 18 in Scorpio will have you feeling intense emotions for someone special. You don’t just want to love this person; you want to devour him or her. Yum! Keywords for May: wish fulfillment, friends with benefits, Sex, Sex drive, power, possessive, obsessed love, romantic fulfillment LEO (JULY 23-AUG. 22): You’re a powerhouse when it comes to your career this month, Leo! It all starts with the dynamic New Moon in Taurus on May 4 which lands at the very top of your chart. Whatever you start up now that has to do with your professional goals will bring stability and positive transformation. Money is there, too, thanks to Venus moving into your 10th House of Career on May 15. Until June 8 you’ll feel more appreciated than ever by your boss or the bigwigs in your industry! Family matters are a key theme near the Full Moon on May 18. You might hear emotionally charged news from a relative, or you may be putting the finishing touches on a home renovation or be ready to move to a new location. When it comes to love your best day of the month is May 9. Venus will be at a gorgeous angle to expansive Jupiter, now in your true love sector. The faith you have in your sweetheart and in your love life potential will be rewarded. Keywords for May: career growth, opportunity, solid job, validation, appreciation, romantic faith, domestic transformation, family emotions. VIRGO (AUG. 23-SEPT. 22): A financial win that has to do with a family member or with real estate is coming your way! On May 9 Venus will create a dazzling link to Jupiter, the planet of blessings, now in your 4th House of Home and Family. You might receive money from a relative, but you can just as easily hit the jackpot with finding your dream home. The pursuit of your greatest aspirations will be your number one goal after May 15, thanks to assertive Mars. You’ll have courage to move forward and make your hopes reality until July 1. You might also need to defend or protect a dear friend. Mama (or Papa) Bear energy will come out fiercely! Romantic opportunity has to do with faraway lands and intellectual pursuits this month. If you’re in a relationship, then you and your sweetheart might plan a trip abroad after the 15th, courtesy of Venus moving through your 9th House of Adventure. Single? Sign up for a class at your local college. You could meet someone worth getting to know. Keywords for May: dream home, inheritance, family joy, wishes fulfilled, protecting friends, travel, study abroad, love of learning LIBRA (SEPT. 23-OCT. 22): A positive change in finances is coming your way! On May 4 a New Moon will light up the area of your chart that connects to money you make from any source besides your direct paycheck. This can lead to a smart investment decision, but it might also bring you a bonus, commission, or royalty check that makes you smile. You might also receive a hefty tax refund or financial settlement. Sweet! After May 15 you’ll crush your career goals! Mars will be at the top of your chart from now through July 1 -- a supportive time to launch your own business or compete for a high-level position. You’ve got this! When it comes to love, you’re in an enviable position through May 15 thanks to hosting Venus in your partnership sector. If you’ve been dating someone, it’s likely you will forge a stronger commitment. If you’re already attached, you’ll enjoy peaceful co-existence as you each support the other’s personal growth. Keywords for May: passive income, smart investments, inheritance,


professional win, entrepreneur, business, commitment, independent love. SCORPIO (OCT. 23-NOV. 21): A New Moon in your partnership sector on May 4 signals a delicious opportunity for you and your mate to sprinkle the bond you share with even more sensual delights. If you’ve been dating someone, this lunation might lead to a turning-point conversation about your future. The talk will be serious and security-minded -- nothing shallow here! This month you and your partner need to expect the unexpected. On May 18 Uranus will jolt Venus awake. There might be a sudden break, freeing you from the usual way you two manage your relationship. Also, a Full Moon in your sign on the same day is all about deep emotional revelations. You’ll definitely feel all the feels on this day! In other news, on May 15 Mars enters your 9th House of Morals. You might need to defend your beliefs to others. If you’re involved in any legal matter, you’ll stand your ground. If you’re studying for an advanced degree, you might speed up your learning process. Just don’t go too fast! Keywords for May: relationship, love, roller coaster love, commitment, enduring contract, emotional heights, sensitive, moral compass SAGITTARIUS (NOV. 22-DEC. 20): Your love life continues to be filled with amazing potential this month! If you’re single, you’ll want to make the most of Venus still moving through your romance sector through May 15. On the 9th, she’ll be at a perfect angle to Jupiter, the planet of blessings, now in your sign. This can feel like you’ve bought the winning ticket to the lottery of love! In a relationship? Mars continues to trek through your 7th House of Commitment until May 15, and this will help you fight for the kind of partnership you know you deserve with your mate. Mental sparring between the two of you on the 14th might lead to amazing heat between the sheets. Yes! On May 15, Mars will move into your 8th House of Resources and finances may become a frustration. You could find out that you owe a major tax or insurance bill, or that you’ve overextended yourself with creditors. Avoid major purchases until July 1 unless you have no choice. Keywords for May: romantic jackpot, fight for love, financial frustration, big expenses, aggravation with money, debt, credit, loans. CAPRICORN (DEC. 21-JAN. 20): Domestic stress might be an issue early in the month. Between May 7-9 Venus, currently moving through your 4th House of Home and Family, will be at a harsh square to Saturn and Pluto, respectively. Both of these planets are currently in your sign, so you’re sure to feel the pinch. Although dramatic, there will be something that needs to end, and it looks like you’ve been put in charge of this process for your family. Be strong! In other news, your love life has amazing possibilities in May thanks to several cosmic events. The New Moon on May 4 lights up your romance sector. You could meet someone and find yourself moving fast by the 18th, when Venus and Uranus link up in the same part of your chart. This could be a “love at first sight” situation! On May 15 Mars enters your partnership sector. If committed, you’ll notice your partner is picking more fights than usual. Try to find out what’s bugging him or her. Keywords for May: domestic stress, family problems, power struggle, domestic transformation, sudden love, affair, romantic surprise, angry partner. AQUARIUS (JAN. 21-FEB.18): Domestic changes will occur at lightning speed this month. It all starts with a gorgeous New Moon on May 4 in the part of your chart that deals with home and family. This lunation brings an opportunity to shift things that have felt blocked or where you haven’t been able to see clearly. Now, walls come crumbling down and you have the ability to move forward. This seems to be carefully constructed, yet on May 18 there might be a sudden development that lights up all of your plans and makes it feel like an instant result. You might also be in the spotlight professionally near the Full Moon on the 18th. Expect a reward or other honor that puts you out in front of others, even if you prefer to fly under the radar. When it comes to romance, any chemistry between you and someone special will turn into love potion through May 15 while Mars is still moving through your 5th House of Love and Pleasure. So sexy! Keywords for May: family, moving, domestic upheaval, career reward, public attention, reputation highlighted, more sex, feeling sexy. PISCES (FEB.18-MAR. 20): You’ve got some major luck on your side this month when it comes to career and finances! On May 9 Venus, moving through your earned income sector, will be at a gorgeous angle to Jupiter, the planet of luck, now at the top of your chart. If there ever was a day to ask your boss for a raise, this is it! You might not even have to ask -- he or she may just surprise you and tell you that they can’t live without you and give you more money. Sweet! When it comes to your love life, if you’ve been experiencing a dry spell in the sex and romance department, all that is about to end. On May 15 Mars, the planet of energy and libido, will move into your 5th House of Pleasure for the first time in two years. Until July 1, you can look forward to much more action in this area of your life. The pursuit of pleasure will be your ultimate priority. Enjoy! Keywords for May: money, pay raise, promotion, career boost, sex, fun, love, passion. ARIES (MAR. 21-APR. 20): Your love life continues to blossom through May 15 thanks to Venus. If you’re in a relationship, you’ll feel completely adored by your lover. If single, you’ll have no trouble attracting others. Your flirty nature will be at its brightest! There might be a problem in career between the May 7-9 due to your unwillingness to yield to the systems that are being imposed upon you. Truth be told, it looks like you’re about to strike out on your own in a magnificent way. It will be the catalyst for you creating an entirely new way to earn money. Between a New Moon in your House of Income on May 4 with Venus entering the same area of your chart on the 15th, there is no way you’re going to end up in the poor house! Finally, Mars enters your House of Home and Family on May 15. You’ll do anything necessary to fight for your family. Keywords for May: sexy, flirty, career breakdown, money, abundance, authority problems, home, domestic warrior. Courtesy of


MOTORCYCLE RIDES FRIDAY RIDES 11:30am- 2:30pm, Daytona 200 Motorcycle Club, 3602 W. International Speedway Blvd. Daytona Beach, GROUP RIDE FRIDAYS 6-10 PM, Group Ride to Ike’s Saloon in Bunnell. Bruce Rossmeyer’s Daytona Harley-Davidson, 1637 N. US Highway 1, Ormond Beach. 2ND SATURDAY • HARLEY OWNERS LUNCH RIDE 10 am, Scenic 135 Mile Ride, free lunch. Seminole Harley Davidson, 620 Hickman Circle, Sanford. 407-328-1212. MAY 11-7TH ANNUAL BOOTS ON THE GROUND POKER RUN AND CONCERT-8:30 AM· Flamingo Lake RV Resort · 3640 Newcomb Rd, Jacksonville. A Hot Rod Car Show, plus many other activities for the whole family. Registration at Flamingo Lake: 8:30am KSU at 11:00. Live Music. MAY 11- 20TH ANNUAL RIDING INTO HISTORY, 10am. Riding Into History Concours entrants are invited to participate in the Grand Marshal Historic Grand Tour presented by Hagerty. Ride your vintage bike through the back roads of historic Florida to this delicious destination along with our 2019 Grand Marshal. If your motorcycle has been accepted by the concours committee and the ride has not been sold out, you will be sent instructions on how to register. Must be 21 or older. Space is limited and pre-registration is required. MAY 18- K9LINE POKER RUN to benefit. Serves local veterans by adopting rescue dogs and teaching the Veterans to train the dog to be their service dog. Music, Prizes, Raffles, Food, Drink. Starts and ends at Amvets Post 2, Edgewater, Florida. First bike out 10:30am. MAY 18- SHAKE THE LAKE POKER RUN & PARTY 8:00 AM Patio Grill 2900 S. Orlando Dr. Sanford. Everyone welcome $15 Riders, $10 Passengers, Poker Run, Entertainment, Auction and More. Breakfast Available at registration. Benefits Just Our Soliders Helpers. MAY 18-ARMED FORCES APPRECIATION EVENT AND CVMA RIDE · Seminole Harley-Davidson · 620 Hickman Cir, Sanford. Registration begins at 8:30am, Kickstands up at 9:30am. $20.00 per bike, $10.00 per passenger, you’ll meet back at Seminole Harley for free food & drinks and a concert by Speed Limit 70. MAY 25-2ND ANNUAL MEMORIAL DAY POKER RUN, 10 AM-9 PM. Join us for a fun poker run to remember those that fought for us and are no longer with us. This year one of our goals is to repair a local veterans vehicle so he can make is medical appointments. Starts at 10am at Shovelheads in Longwood.

CAR AND BIKE SHOWS/SWAPS MAY 10- MAY 11- RIDING INTO HISTORY CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE MOTORCYCLE SHOW· World Golf Village, 1 World Golf Pl, St. Augustine. Hundreds of antique, vintage, and custom bikes from all over the country on display, the event features exhibitors, motorcycle dealers, and food and entertainment. MAY 12- SUPER SWAP SUNDAY & MOTORCYCLE SWAP MEEt- 8 AM · Bruce Rossmeyer’s Daytona Harley-Davidson · 1637 N. US Highway 1, Ormond Beach. Super Swap Sunday Car & Motorcycle Swap Meet - Happy Mother’s Day - $10 18 x 30 vendor spots benefiting Girl Scouts Troop #1786 - Food & Drink available from Daytona Beach HOG Chapter. JUN 8-CUSTOM CAR & BIKE SHOW-8:00 AM – 12:00 PM · Seminole Harley Davidson, 620 Hickman Circle, Sanford. $10 Entry for Show Vehicles, Proceeds benefit Seminole County Sheriff’s Office for the Bicycle Helmets for Kids Program. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place For Bikes and Cars , Awards Announced at 11:30 AM, Beer & Food For Sale 1ST FRIDAY • THE ALL RIDERS BIKE NIGHTS The Abbey 117 N. Woodlawn Ave. Deland 7-11 PM 3RD THURSDAY • THE ALL RIDERS BIKE NIGHT INN BETWEEN BAR “ THE SHACK BY THE TRACKS “ 2486 Old New York Ave. Deland, 7-11 PM. 2ND SATURDAY CANAL STREET CLASSIC CRUISE AND CAR SHOW Canal Street, New Smyrna Beach, 4-8 PM. 1ST SATURDAY DAYTONA FLEA CRUISE-IN One of the east coast’s largest car show and swap meet. 1425 Tomoka Farms Rd, Daytona Beach 9 AM- 2 PM 3RD TUESDAY DAIRY QUEEN CLASSIC CAR & TRUCK SHOW Featuring Classic Cars, Food Specials, Music by Crusin’ Central Florida. 4 PM, Dairy Queen in the Trails, 328 North Nova Rd., Ormond Beach.

EVERY THURSDAY • WEEKLY CAR SHOW 4-7pm, Giuseppe’s Steel City Pizza, 3658 S Nova Rd, Port Orange, 386-761-4717. EVERY SATURDAY • CAR SHOW Bring your favorite ride and enjoy some good music and food. Port Hole, 932 Herbert St, Port Orange, 386-256-5075. 2ND SATURDAY • EAST COAST CRUISERS NIGHT 4-8pm, Family friendly car show, food and entertainment. Canal St, New Smyrna, 386-427-7576. 3RD SATURDAY • DELAND CRUISE IN 4-7pm, DJ, giveaways, shopping & dining, E Indiana Ave, DeLand, 386-738-0649. 4TH SATURDAY • CLASSIC CAR SHOW 4-8pm, 150 Cars in Historic Downtown Eustis. Shops and restaurants, great music and cool cars. Free. Cash prizes. City of Eustis. 407-310-6123. 1ST FRIDAY • CRUISE IN 4-7pm, Food Truck, DJ, fun, food and awesome cars. Hanksters Hot Rods of Daytona 1790 S Nova Rd, South Daytona. 1ST SATURDAY CLASSIC CAR CRUISE IN 9am-1pm, Door prize drawings. West Parking lot. Daytona Flea Market, Tomoka Farms Rd, Daytona, 386-253-3330 Ext. 115. 3RD SUNDAY • CABBAGE PATCH CRUISE IN 11am4pm, All makes & models of cars, trucks and bikes, FREE BBQ, Taco Land food truck, Music, giveaways, and drink specials. Cabbage Patch, 549 Tomoka Farms Rd, New Smyrna, 386-405-5525.

CAR & BIKE EVENTS MAY 11: 4TH ANNUAL AMERICAN MUSCLE CAR SHOW. 11am-2pm. Car Show FREE. DJ Frank Roberts, Food Trucks. Museum entry is standard prices. Museum of Arts & Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd Daytona Beach. 386-255-0285. MAY 16- THE RIDERS BIKE NIGHT, 7-11pm. Every 3rd Thursday we have a bike night for people to come out, socialize and show off there motorcycle. Inn Between Bar, “The Shack by the Tracks”. 2486 Old New York Ave., Deland. 1ST SUNDAY • JEEP MEET PLUS CONVOY 11am, A1A Jeeps wants to meet and talk jeeps, trails and go on a convoy (group decides where). Publix 414 Beach Village Dr, Flagler Beach. 2ND FRIDAY • WAVES JEEP CLUB MONTHLY DINE OUT 6-8pm, Meet Jeep enthusiasts in Volusia and Flagler. 2/$10 appetizers. WJC prizes. Houligan’s 1725 W International Speedway, DAB. 386-274-0571. LAST SATURDAY • SUPER SATURDAY NIGHT CRUISE 4 – 9pm, DJ “Jerry” 50’s-70’s, 50/50, cruiser tickets as prizes, many hand-outs. RiverWalk in Sanford by the Marina on Seminole Blvd. 1ST SUNDAY BBQ 2-6pm, Live music, free food, games, Bloody Mary specials. Dirty Harry’s Pub & Package,705 Main St, Daytona Beach,386-252-9877. 1ST SUNDAY • PIG ROAST 3pm – till it is gone. Music at 2pm, FREE eats. No Name Saloon, 2001 S Ridgewood Ave, Edgewater. 386-428-9229. 2ND SATURDAY • BRUCE ROSSMEYER’S HARLEY-DAVIDSON 8am, Super Car and Motorcycle Swap Sunday–$10/table, proceeds: Multiple Sclerosis. Shoppers FREE. Food drink available. 1637 N US 1, Ormond Beach. EVERY TUESBIKE NITE BLUES JAM 7-9pm, Live music Stone Free, free food, drink specials all night, The Original First Turn, 5236 Ridgewood Ave, Port Orange, 386-788-5434. EVERY WED • BIKE NIGHT 7-10pm, $1 longnecks and live music, see Live & Local for the lineup, Buy 5, 1 free token. Bike of the Night contest. Main Street Station, 316 Main St, Daytona, EVERY WED • BIKE NIGHT 8 PM. $1 longnecks, $4 fireballs, Jell-O shots, Free wings, live music. 532 Herbert Street, Port Orange. EVERY WED • BIKE NIGHT 6pm, covered bike parking, $10 domestic buckets, 50c wings, $2-3 food specials, drink specials. OB’s Restaurant & Lounge, 1750 N Woodland Blvd, Deland, 386-943-9600. 2ND FRIDAY • BIKE NIGHT 7-10pm, Drink Specials, Vendors, 50/50, FREE Pool, Food, Raffles, Line Dance. The Barn, 1200 S. French Ave, Sanford. 3RD SUNDAY • BBQ 3-7pm, BBQ, Swap Meet, Booze, Live music. Cabbage Patch, 549 Tomoka Farms Road, Samsula. 386-427-8969.

3RD SATURDAY • DOWNTOWN DELAND CAR SHOW 4-7pm. Live DJ, giveaways, shopping & dining. East Indian Avenue, Deland.

3RD SUNDAY • MOTORCYCLE SWAP MEET9am-4pm, Live music, food and beer, St Augustine Flea Market, 2493 St Rd 207, 904-824-4210.

2ND SUNDAY • DOUBLE BARREL CRUISE IN 11am3pm, All welcomed! DJ, beer tub, food and drink specials, 50/50 Raffle Proceeds: Toys for Tots. Food and drink specials. Double Barrel Grill. 2900 Bellevue Ave, DAB, 386-310-7993.

4TH SUNDAY • BIKER BRUNCH 10am. Shantell’s, 503 S. Sanford Ave., Sanford.

4TH SUNDAY • HOT ROD BRUNCH 9:00am-1:00pm, Bring you ride an appetite and park on Flagler Ave. Plenty of Parking for us. Great atmosphere. People. Hot Rods & Food. Hope to see ya’ll there. Spread the word. Courtyard Grill 307 Flagler Ave EVERY 4TH SUNDAY • BIKER BRUNCH AT SHANTELL’S IN SANFORD 10am-3pm. 503 S. Sanford Avenue. EVERY WEDNESDAY • CAR SHOW • 5-8pm, Woody’s BarB-Q, 99 Flagler Plaza Dr, Palm Coast, 386-439-5010.


THURSDAYS • BIKE NIGHT 7-11pm, Live music, free food while it lasts. $2 Domestic Longnecks, $3 Wells and $4 Calls, incl Jack Daniels, $10 buckets. The Alley, 114 S Park Ave, Sanford. 407-328-4848. LAST THURSDAY • SPORT BIKE NIGHT 7-10pm, Win awesome prizes, Drink and Food Specials, VIP Bike Parking, Outdoor Seating, Great Music. All bikes welcome. Winghouse, 2721 W Int’l Speedway Blvd. DAB 386-944-7718. SATURDAY • CARS & COFFEE 9am-noon, Gateway Classic Cars provides donuts and coffee. Check out all our new arrivals. At ALL Gateway Classic Cars locations!






t’s almost summer and seafood is in the forefront of my mind for most dinners. I find the Seafood at Gaff’s in Port Orange, while not a large selection such as Hull’s in Ormond, is quite fresh and seldom disappoints. After proudly posting this picture on social media, my friends all but demanded I put my recipe in writing. So here it is. Remember the Cod loin will be much better then the fillets and the big, beautiful pink shrimp from Argentina work best. You can pick as many shrimp as you want. I made my dish for two and so I purchased 4 shrimp each and around a pound on the Cod loin. For dessert, anything citrus always goes with seafood, so I shared an elegant shortbread cookie for dessert. Bon Appetite!

PAN-SEARED COD LOIN AND GRILLED PINK SHRIMP IN WHITE WINE TOMATO BASIL SAUCE (Pictured here served over hand-made Amish Tomato Pasta from Gaff’s)

INGREDIENTS FOR THE WHITE WINE TOMATO BASIL SAUCE: 2 tablespoons olive oil 1/2 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes 2 large cloves (or 3 smaller cloves) garlic, finely minced 1 pint cherry tomatoes, sliced in half 1/4 cup dry white wine 1/2 cup fresh basil, finely chopped 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice 1/2 teaspoon fresh lemon zest 1/2 teaspoon salt (more to taste) 1/4 teaspoon fresh ground black pepper (more to taste) FOR THE COD: 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 and 1/2 pounds fresh cod, cut into 2 or 4 fillets (or four 6 ounce fillets) Salt and pepper 1/2 pound large pink Argentinian Shrimp

DIRECTIONS Preheat oven to 375 degrees (F).

FOR THE WHITE WINE TOMATO BASIL SAUCE: Heat oil in a large saute pan over medium heat. Add crushed red pepper flakes and garlic and saute for 1 minute, or until garlic is fragrant. Add the cherry tomatoes and cook, stirring occasionally, until they’re soft and blistering, but still hold their shape, 9 to 12 minutes. Add in the white wine, stir, and allow the mixture to come to a gentle simmer. Stir in the basil, lemon juice, lemon zest, salt, and pepper and cook for 2 minutes. Transfer the sauce into a bowl and set aside until needed. FOR THE COD: Heat oil in a large saute pan over medium heat. Season both sides of cod with salt and pepper. Place cod in the oil and cook until golden brown, about 5 minutes. Carefully flip the cod over and place the pan in the oven to continue cooking for another 5 minutes, or until it’s cooked through. FOR THE SHRIMP: While the Cods in the oven I cooked my grilled shrimp seasoned with salt and pepper and olive oil about 2 minutes per side. Pour the white wine tomato basil sauce over the cod and Shrimp, serve at once. Note: If your pan is not oven safe, you can transfer the cod to a baking dish or just cook a little longer in the pan.

LEMON THYME SHORTBREAD COOKIES INGREDIENTS 2 cup All-purpose flour 1 cup Butter, unsalted, room temp. 1/2 cup Powdered sugar 1 tablespoon Thyme, finely chopped 1 tablespoon Lemon zest 1/2 teaspoon Vanilla extract 1/2 teaspoon Lemon extract 1/4 teaspoon Salt LEMON ICING 1 pound Powdered Sugar 2.5 tablespoon Meringue powder 1/2 teaspoon Lemon extract 1/4 - 1/2 cup Water 3 - 4 drops Yellow food coloring


Preheat oven to 350 °F. In your mixing bowl beat room temperature butter until it is creamy. Add the sugar and mix thoroughly.Add thyme, lemon zest, vanilla extract, lemon extract, and salt and continue to mix until ingredients combine. Add the flour 1 cup at a time until the mixture just starts to come together. Create a ball of dough and flatten it slightly before wrapping it in plastic wrap and chilling it for 1 hour. Remove dough from refrigerator. Lightly flour your surface and roll the dough out to 1/4 inch thick. Use cookie cutter to cut out cookies. Place cookie cut-outs on a parchment paper covered baking sheet. Place cookies in the refrigerator for 20 minutes. Remove from refrigerator and bake for 8 - 10 minutes, or until cookies are golden brown. Let the cookies cool completely and then ice them. Let icing harden before serving. LEMON ICING In a mixer combine powdered sugar, meringue powder, and slowly add water while mixer is on low until you reach the consistency you want. Add lemon extract and food coloring and mix thoroughly.







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