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INSIDE YOU’LL FIND THE MOST EXTENSIVE AREA EVENT AND HAPPENINGS LIST AVAILABLE ANYWHERE! RECOMMENDED SPORTS BARS WITH NFL SPECIALS, CONCERTS, FAMILY FESTIVALS, THEATRE AND FOOD EVENTS, FROM DOG PARKS TO FLEA MARKETS WE HAVE YOU COVERED! THINGS WORTH DOING Local Area Dog Parks .............................. 6 Festivals, Music Events.............................. 7 Fireworks Events.......................................17 Film, Fundraisers ................................... 8 Family/Youth Events................................. 7 Motorcycle and Car Rides & Rallies..... 24 Concerts in our Surrounding Area ......... 22 Galleries & Museums...............................8 Live & Local Music Listings ................... 9 Workshops ............................................. 25 Food & Drink, Comedy, Theater, ..................25 Classes, Healthy Events.............................26 Tours, Miscellaneous................................27



(386) 299.4147 CONCERTS PG. 22


Featured Craft Cocktail Glass ..................30 Dining Around Town ...............................10 Area Farmer’s Markets ........................... 22

JUST BECAUSE YOU NEED TO KNOW Smoking Permitted .................................. 6


This month, as we have for 23 years, we pay homage to America’s favorite sport, Football. Inside we take a look at our supporting sports bars and their alluring specials. And we know it would be hard for you to start this football season without Paul Andrea’s educated yet synthesized comments and predictions on your beloved and despised teams.

There are the obvious reasons to head to your favorite sports bar: Cheaper than the cost of parking at the stadium, a full stocked bar and cold beer, chicken wing and beer specials, variety of fans- so no one feels like the outcast, the heckling, and much more from free buffets to attractive bartenders. But what you might not know is that behind the scenes your favorite pub is sparing no expense to make sure you pick their establishment to call home this NFL season. Expect to see Jerseys as the number one fashion statement Monday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday from pre-season August to Super Bowl Sunday, February 2, 2020. Just take the NFL ticket logo, you’ll see it plenty of times inside this issue. The price to your favorite bar to offer the NFL ticket varies depending on the size, but even the small bars are dishing out $4000.00 a year! And take the high cost of poultry these days, especially chicken wings. The proprietor might only make .05 cents a wing, if that. Most are breaking even to draw your

business in the door. Even if you haven’t been a football fan in the past, after this issue you’ll have all the tools you need to get out there and start a tradition as well as experience the comradery of football fans. And while you’re here, be sure to go through the heart and soul of BackStage Pass Magazine, our Events list. Hours of research goes into bringing you a consolidated list of this area’s festivals, exhibits, family events, food and wine, fundraisers, classes, comedy, music and so much more. Thank you for being a part of the BackStage Pass Magazine family and get out there and enjoy what our community has to offer.

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

WHERE WE’VE BEEN On The Town ..............................................21




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Barkley Square Dog Park Ridgewood and Plymouth, Deland small dogs Water (386) 736-5953 Benefits: 14 acres of rolling hills and oaks. Time- station with bowls. Waste stations with out spaces & small dog areas. Dog watering stations. Bed-N-Biscuit Inn 711 John Anderson Hwy., Flagler Beach (386) bags supplied. 439-4006 Benefits: Two Bark Parks (one for all size dogs, one New Smyrna Dog Park 2641 Paige for miniature dogs). Doggy Pool ($5 per dog/ $24 per month) Pet Ave., New Smyrna Beach. Benefits: A one acre fenced area divided into grooming and boarding. Bicentennial Park 1800 N. Oceanshore Blvd., Ormond large dog and small dog play areas. Beach 386-736-595. Open from sunrise to sunset every day, A 30 x 40 shade shelter with dog and encompasses 40 acres stretching from the Atlantic Ocean to the people water fountains. Grassed with open areas with Halifax River. In addition to the dog park, c o n c r e t e amenities include a baseball field, an open structures for play area, basketball court, tennis and doggy play. volleyball courts, fishing dock, pavilion Rawgust. Celebration of raw feeding. Paw Park of Historic Sanford and picnic area, playground, community Aug. 1: DOGust Universal Birthday for 427 French Ave. (US 17/92), Sanford, building, restrooms, a nature walk and Shelter Dogs. Florida. boardwalk. Aug. 4-10: International Assistance Dog Week Ponce Inlet Dog Beach Located on the City of Edgewater located in the SW Aug. 5: Work Like a Dog Day Beach at Ponce Inlet and Peninsula. corner of Rotary Park, 902 West Park Ave. Aug. 5-12: Give a Dog a Bone Week. Benefits: Open 6am to 8:30pm. Benches, Gemini Springs Dog Park 37 Dirksen Drive, tables, poopbags, trees, parking, phones, Donation sites nationwide. DeBary (386) 668-3810 Benefits: Two restrooms, water, trash cans, shelter. Aug. 8: International Cat Day. sections one for 25 pounds and another Space for dogs to run, play and swim on for over 25 pounds. Dog wash stations. Aug. 10: Spoil Your Dog Day. the beach. Water fountains for dogs. Benches and Aug. 10: National Lazy Day. Riviera Oaks Dog Park Alabama Ave., picnic tables. Aug. 15: National Check the Chip Day. Holly Hill. Benefits: Small dog and large Halifax Humane Society Community Dog Aug. 16: Saint Roch’s Day dog areas. Pond. 1 mile walking path. Park OPEN DAILY to the public & FREE Patron saint of dogs. Sanford Dog Park 427 S French Ave, of charge: 10 am - 6 pm. 2364 LPGA Aug. 17: International Homeless Animals’ Day Sanford, Florida. Boulevard Daytona Beach, FL 32124 Aug. 17: National Black Cat Appreciation Day. Seemore Dog Park 5959 Spruce Creek Keysville Dog Park 2461 Keysville Ave., Aug. 22: National Take Your Cat to the Rd. Port Orange Benefits: Separate Deltona (386) 878-8900 Benefits: Two Vet Day spaces for small and large dogs. Next separate fenced areas for large and Aug. 26: National Dog Day. to All Children’s Park. Boardwalk. small dogs. Doggie watering stations. Restroooms. Aug. 28: Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day Playground and walking trail just under 1/2 mile Basketball Court. Wadsworth Park 2200 Moody Blvd. Aug. 30: National Holistic Pet Day Flagler Beach. Benefits: 60,000 sq. ft. Manatee Island Dog Park 325 North fenced dog park. Dogs can run unleashed Beach Street, Daytona Beach, FL. This and mingle with other dogs. Separate dog park has a separate small dog area, Happy Cat Month. sections for large and small dogs. plenty of shade and drinking water for the National Service Dog Month. Benches. dogs. National Pet Insurance Month. In Memory of Kathryn Went. Volusia Mt. Dora Dog Park 1550 E 11th Ave., Mt County Parks welcome dogs at all area Dora (352) 735-7183 Benefits: Fenced-in with double-gated entry Separate areas for large, medium and parks as long as they are leashed and cleaned up after.



A Public Service to Those Who Still Smoke…

BEACHSIDE GRILLE & PATIO 2132 South Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach • Cafe

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 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

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

MERK’S BAR AND GRILL 193 N Causewaym New Smyrna Beach, 386-427-1177 • Outside Patio




5th Streets, Downtown Sanford.

AUG 9-11- 9TH ANNUAL VOLUSIA COUNTY FALL HOME AND GARDEN SHOW. Solve all your projects in one place at one time. Free Admission courtesy of Spa Manufacturers. Friday 2-6 PM, Saturday 10 AM-6 PM, Sunday 11 AM-5 PM. Ocean Center, 101 N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach. AUG 10 - FLO.WAV MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL III 3rd Annual, bringing you the best raw talent from all around Florida. The festival will consist of live music all day on multiple stages with over 30+ bands, live painting and art shops, over 30+ pop up shops, outdoor games & activities, food. 12 PM – 11:59 PM Central Ave, Palm Coast, Tickets $10. AUG 17-17 VOLUSIA SUMMER FEST 2019 Summer, Summer, Summer time! It’s going to be a HOT Summer! Not just because of the temperature, but because of the epic Summer Fest taking place this year! 751 S. State Road SR 415 Osteen, Tickets: $35-45, 12 PM – 7 PM. AUG 31 - ISLAND RUM FESTIVAL We are proud to present the Island Rum Festival again this year! Family Fun Free Admission Pirate Ship Magic Shows Sword Fighting Dancers Live Music Pub Crawl Event 6 p.m.- 11:59 p.m. Main Street Daytona Beach. AUG 31 - SEPT 2 - CARNAVAL DAYTONA BEACH 2019 Presented by Society Events LLC- Celebration of Caribbean Nationality mixed with the diversity of cultures from all around the Caribbean Islands. This event highlights people coming together to celebrate life through music and entertainment. A Jouvert Paint Party, Crystal Ball White Party, Pool Party, Parade, Tickets: Free - Ocean Deck. 127 S. Ocean Ave., Daytona Beach, 8 PM. SEPT 1 - DAYTONA BEACH CARNIVAL All Ages Welcomed Food & Drinks on Sale General Tickets $10, 12 PM-10 PM. Daytona Beach Carnival @ City Island Park (105 E Magnolia Ave.) 1ST WED • WINE ART WEDNESDAYS, 5–9 PM, Live music, local artists, merchants, food trucks and new restaurants. Downtown Lake Mary District. Drew Woodall 407-486-8478. dpwenterprises@gmail.com. 2ND THURS • ALIVE AFTER 5, 5-8 PM, Blues, Burgers and BBQ. Music, artists, food & crafts beer, $7 to sample all food and drinks on 1st St. Downtown Sanford, SanfordWelcomeCenter.com. 4TH SATURDAY • SANFORD AVENUE BLOCK PARTY, 4-8pm, LIVE music Fun, games, eats, drinks. Vendors between 4th and

AUG 9- TAMIE’S CREW AND FRIENDS. 7:30-9 PM. A night of music and fun. $5. the STAGE at thank you five 4606 S Clyde Morris Blvd. Unit 2N, Port Orange. AUG 9-2019 SUMMER SERIES: THE MOTOWNERS - TRIBUTE TO MOTOWN- 7:15 PM, Daytona Beach Bandshell, 70 Boardwalk Daytona Beach. Tickets $10. AUG 9- DEBBIE D. AND VINTAGE NOW. 6-8 PM. Debbie D. & Vintage Now! will get the evening jumping with soulful jazz, blues and R&B, as Debbie D. serves up energetic, fun, vintage music for all ages. Debbie D is a singer, songwriter, comic and actress – a true and total entertainer. The Hub on Canal, NSB. AUG 9 - 2019 SUMMER SERIES: THE MOTOWNERS - TRIBUTE TO MOTOWN, 7:15 PM-9:30 PM, Tickets $10, 70 Boardwalk, Daytona Beach, The Band Shell. AUG 10-STAR SPANGLED SUMMER: REO SURVIVOR & CHICAGO REWIRED - Tribute-7:15 PM, Daytona Beach Bandshell, 70 Boardwalk Daytona Beach. Tickets $10. AUG 15 - FULL MOON PARTY WITH MOONLIGHT DRIVE-IN, It’s time to celebrate and party under the full moon! Main Street Station 316 Main Street, Daytona Beach. 8:00 PM11:00 PM. AUG 15- FREE SUMMER CONCERT SERIES: AUG. 8 PACKRATS SMOKEHOUSE, Aug. JAM, Jeremy & Andrea Mix- 6:30 PM. The Pavilion at Riverside Park, 299 S. Riverside Drive, NSB. AUG 16 - 2019 SUMMER SERIES: THE DIRTY DOORS- TRIBUTE TO THE DOORS, 7:15 PM- 9:30 PM. Tickets 10$, 70 Boardwalk, Daytona Beach, The Band Shell. AUG 16 - WAR OF ARTS- BATTLE OF THE CHAMPIONS - “The supreme Art of WAR is to subdue the enemy without fighting.”- Sun Tzu You have been asking “When is the next War of Art? We have your date so set it now. The Battle of the Champions will be Aug 16, Tickets 25$ 7:00-10:00 PM. Hard Rock Hotel, 918 North Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach. AUG 23 - 2019 SUMMER SERIES: PAT BENATAR AND HEART TRIBUTE BANDS 7:15 11:30 PM. Tickets 10$ 70 Boardwalk, Daytona Beach, The Band Shell. AUG 30 -2019 SUMMER SERIES: KC & THE 70’S FLASHBACK PARTY - TRIBUTE TO KC & THE SUNSHINE BAND -7:15 PM, Daytona Band Shell. Tickets 10$ 70 Boardwalk, Daytona Beach.

SEPT 1-KIRILL WAS HERE LABOR DAY WEEKEND UCF BACK TO SCHOOL, Guest Appearance, KIRILL WAS HERE, Labor Day Weekend, Sounds by DJ 2EZ, And special guest Josh Lawrence. Limited Cabanas, Call 407-900-8585. 11 AM-11 PM. Chases on the River, 4380 Carraway Place, Sanford. SEPT -1 FREESTYLE EXPLOSION 2 LABOR DAY WEEKEND Once just wasn’t enough. If you joined us for The first Freestyle Show this past Memorial Day Weekend, you don’t want to miss the Freestyle Explosion 2 Labor Day Weekend at the Hard Rock Hotel Daytona Beach Tickets · $5 - $50 Door open at 7 PM - 11:59 PM SEPT 1 - 2019 SUMMER SERIES: BACK IN TIME- TRIBUTE TO HUEY LEWIS AND PLUS 80: 7:15-9:30 PM. Tickets 10$ 70 Boardwalk, Daytona Beach, The Band Shell. SEPT 2 - 2019 SUMMER SERIES: 50’S 60”S TRIBUTE ROCKABILLY ROCKETS. 1:00-7:00 PM. Tickets 10$ 70 Boardwalk, Daytona Beach, The Band Shell. EVERY SATURDAY - 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. EVERY THURSDAY- FREE SUMMER CONCERT SERIES- 6:30 PM -7:45 PM, Riverside Park ·299 S Riverside Drive, New Smyrna Beach.

AUG 10- LEGO DAY: ANIMALS AROUND THE WORLD Join MOAS Educators, Kelsey Hansen and Nicole Messervy, at the Museum of Arts & Sciences for a fun day of LEGO® activities! During this LEGO® day we will celebrate animals from around the world. 11 AM -2 PM, MOAS, 352 S Nova Rd, Daytona Beach. AUG 9- MUSIC NIGHT: A FAMILY EVENT-6-8 PM, The Hub on the Canal, 132 Canal St. New Smyrna Beach Free for Members and non-members. Music Night will be part of a month-long celebration of kids and families. Debbie D. & Vintage Now playing soulful jazz. AUG 10-BACK TO SCHOOL COMMUNITY EXPO -10 AM -2 PM , Florida Technical College, 1199 S Woodland Blvd, DeLand. Live Music with FM 101.9, Exhibitors, Family activities, Free Kids Back to School haircuts, Free Backpacks with school supplies kit. The child must be present to receive a backpack and must be accompanied by an adult/guardian. AUG 9-11- PIRATES OF THE CURL-RIBBEAN. Open 8 AM. Join us for our third annual bonspiel at the newly remodeled Daytona

Ice Arena that boasts a warm room and bar perched high above the ice. 2400 S. Ridgewood, South Daytona. AUG 13 – ONGOING -FAMILY NIGHT AT ONE DAYTONA Every Tuesday Night from 5-8PM, enjoy Family Nigh t at ONE DAYTONA. Lots of great deals on food, fun, and more. 1 Daytona blvd, Daytona Beach. AUG 15 - VOLUSIA KIDS Join us every month at the Play Area for Volusia KIDS, a monthly club for children and their parents! Each month, we’ll offer Storytime, arts and crafts, educational activities, and more based on a central theme. Volusia Mall 1700 W International Speedway BLVD, Daytona Beach. AUG 17 - J.J. MARTIN MILITARY/FIRST RESPONDER FAMILY APPRECIATION DAY Join us for the 4th Annual J.J Martin Military/ First Responder, Family Appreciation Day. Military and First Responder families will enjoy live music, food, free haircuts, chair massages, prize wheel, resources, mall discounts. 11:00 AM– 4:00 PM, Volusia Mall 1700 W. International Speedway, BLVD, Daytona Beach. 3RD TUESDAY- VICTORIAN TEA -2 PM, Lilian Place, 111 Silver Beach Ave., Daytona Beach. Enjoy delicious petite sandwiches, desserts and flavored teas. Includes a walk-thru tour of the 1884 Lilian Place museum and a visit to the Carriage house craft gift shop. Call now 386-256-4810 to reserve your seat, $20.00 plus tax per person. EVERY TUESDAY- FAMILY NIGHT AT ONE DAYTONA- 5-8 PM, Lots of great deals on food, fun, and more. EVERY FRIDAY- SUMMER SPLASH- 5-8 PM, Free, family-friendly event features Splash Pad Fun, Interactive DJ, games and more. One Daytona, 1 Daytona Blvd., Daytona Beach. 3RD THURSDAY: HORSESHOE CRABS – 6 PM, Marine Discovery Center, 520 Barracuda Blvd., New Smyrna Beach. 386-428-4828. FREE and open to Public. TELESCOPE THURSDAYS 7-10 PM, Join us at Cranes Roost Park in Altamonte Springs for an evening of celestial observation. FREE. 407-571-8863. 1ST FRIDAY • FREE FRIDAYS AT SPLASH PAD. 11 AM–8 PM, help us start the season of fun. Fort Mellon Park, 600E 1st St, Sanford. 1ST FRIDAY • FREE FAMILY ART NIGHT 6-7:30 PM, be creative together. All supplies are provided to complete an art project. 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.


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2ND SATURDAY • FAMILY FUN SATURDAY, 10 AM-1 PM, Museum of Art-DeLand, 100 N. Woodland Blvd. Free to all, moartdeland.org. LIBRARY EVENT, Classes, meetings, programs for kids and teens and films every month. Ormond Beach Public Library, 22 S. Beach St., Ormond Beach. 386-676-4191. ONGOING • DOLLAR ADMISSION SUNDAYS, 2-5 PM, 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, 9 AM-2 PM, Crocodiles, turtles and alligators. Guided tours available. $5 -10, 4500 Reed St., De Leon Springs. smoothwaterswildlife.com. MOST MONDAYS• ORMOND ART CLUB AFTER SCHOOL, 2:30–4 PM, Mix colors, select, draw, paint a subject. Ages 6-10. Ormond Art Museum, 78 E Granada Blvd., 386-676-3347. ONGOING • SUGAR MILL BOTANICAL GARDENS, 8 AM-5 PM, 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.

AUG 9 -MOVIES IN THE PARK Bring your blanket, lawn chairs and snacks and invite your friends and neighbors to join you at this monthly free, family activity. Relax and enjoy an “oldie but goodie” or a recent hit as we watch movies on the giant, outdoor movie screen. 8:30 PM – 10:30 PM FREE Central Park Town Center 975 Central Ave, Palm Coast. AUG 9 - SWORD OF TRUST CINEMATIQUE THEATER, A Civil War relic sparks revisionist-history enthusiasm among deep South conspiracy theorists in this improv-based, low-fi comedy that debuted to acclaim at SXSW. 2 PM – 3:30 PM Tickets $10 General Admission & Members Series Pass available. $35, 242 S. Beach St, Daytona Beach, 2 PM – 4 PM. AUG 12- MONDAY NIGHT MOVIES Join us for “Monday Night Movies” in the taproom. We are open for Happy Hour at 4 PM, and the movie of the week starts at 6 PM. Deviant Wolfe Brewing, 121 W 1st St, Sanford. AUG 13- MILLENNIUM ACTRESS REMASTERED WITH ENGLISH SUB, When the legendary Ginei Studios shuts down, filmmaker Genya Tachibana and his assistant are tasked with interviewing its reclusive star, Chiyoko Fujiwara, who had retired from the spotlight 30 years prior. Hollywood Theaters @ The Pavvillion, 5547 Williamson Blvd, Port Orange. AUG –16 ART IN THE FORM OF FILM: BACK TO THE FUTURE WITH PAUL MARINO, Special Fee: $7, includes a glass of wine or bottle of water. Has there ever been a more fun romp through the past? Back to the Future


starring Michael J Fox is as enjoyable today, more than 30 years after its initial release in 1985, as when it took a 30-year ride back to the 1950s. 5:45– 9 PM. AUG 18- LA STRADA (1954) Cinematique Theater, There has never been a face quite like that of Giulietta Masina. Her husband, the legendary Federico Fellini, directs her as Gelsomina in La Strada, the film that launched them both to international stardom. Tickets $10 General Admission & Members Series Pass available, $35, 242 S Beach St, Daytona Beach, 2 PM-4 PM. 2ND FRIDAYS • MOVIES IN THE PARK, 8:45 PM. Aug. 9 A Wrinkle in Time. BYO blankets, chairs, picnic baskets. Stage area at the main entrance, 975 Central Ave, Palm Coast. 3RD SATURDAY • MOVIES @ SUNRISE PARK, 7-10 PM, Check Sunrise Village Facebook page for details. Sunrise Park, L.P.G.A. Blvd., Daytona Beach. hollyhillfl.org

AUG 9- RUMMAGE SALE. 9 AM-NOON. (Donated items can be dropped off on Wednesdays 9AM-12PM) Clothes | Jewelry | Furniture | Household Items & Decor | Books | CDs/ DVDs | MORE! Our Lady of Lourdes, 1020 N. Halifax Ave., (just north of our church at the corner of Halifax Ave. and Chippeway.) AUG 17- LADIES NIGHT BELLY DANCING FUNDRAISER! Peace By Pieces Healing and Wellness* Preteens and teens can participate with and adult!! Make it a fun night out for all of you! $ 8 if paid in advance. 6:30-7:30 PM, 300 Palm Coast Parkway, S.W Unit 9 and 11 Palm Coast. AUG 22- Dining, Divas & Dessert! Hosted by Sanford Pride and Ashley Satine Productions Join the Sanford Pride Family for their largest “Fun”raiser of the year. Buffet, Silent Auction, 50/50 raffle, desserts and performances by some of Central Florida’s finest entertainers! General Admission $30 Buster’s Bistro 300 S Sanford Ave, Sanford, 7-11 PM. AUG 25 - CHARITY BBQ COOK-OFF W/ CAR, BIKE & JEEP SHOW BBQ Cook Off with Proceeds benefiting Volusia First Responders Children’s Charity. 1-7 PM 2400 N Volusia Ave, Orange City. AUG 26 - 11TH ANNUAL POWER OF THE PURSE Every year, Women United Flagler hosts a dinner and silent auction. It is one of our biggest fundraisers of the year. The funds raised will go towards grants for local non-profits in Flagler County that helps women and children. Hammock Dunes Club, 30 Avenue Royale, Palm Coast, Tickets Starting at 55$ 6 PM – 9 PM AUG 26- PAINTING 4 A CAUSE -FUNDRAISER- FLAGLER HUMANE SOCIETY, Create a cartoon likeness of your favorite four-legged

friend. $40 / person includes everything you’ll need to complete your painting. donated to Flagler Humane Society. Call Amy Carotenuto at 386-246-7684, to make your reservation 1 Shelter Dr, Palm Coast, 5:30-8:30 PM.

SER ROCK CONCERT 7:00pm: Hypnotica; 8:00pm: Rush 2112; 9:00pm: Pink Floyd – The Wall 7:00pm to 9:45pm Planetarium, Museum of Arts & Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd, Daytona Beach (386) 255-0285; moas.org

AUG 31-PANCAKE BREAKFAST SUPPORTING DELTONA HIGH SCHOOL HEALTH ACADEMY Hosted by Deltona Fire Rescue Join the Deltona Fire Department and the Deltona High School Health Academy for a $5 Pancake Breakfast All proceeds go to the DHS Health Academy 2983 Howland Blvd, Deltona 8:30-11 AM.

AUGUST 26 MOAS AFTER HOURS Enjoy exclusive after-hours access to the Museum’s galleries, happy hour drink specials, a planetarium show, and exhibit tour! 5:00pm to 7:00pm; Free for MOAS members, $5.00 for future members. Museum of Arts & Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd, Daytona Beach (386) 2550285; moas.org

AUG 31 - DELAND PD K-9 FUNDRAISER Come support the DeLand Police K-9 Unit with the Daytona Tortugas on Saturday August 31st! Enjoy a night of baseball fun while also raising funds for your local police department. Tickets 8$ 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM Radiology Associates Field at Jackie Robinson Ball Park 105 E Orange Ave., Daytona Beach.

AUGUST - ONGOING SYNCHRONICITY: SELECTIONS FROM BEAUX ARTS OF CENTRAL FLORIDA Works in a wide variety of media from this longstanding central Florida contemporary artists’ organization which founded in 1962 by the students of the late Lillian “Lu” Belmont of New York City. Museum of Arts & Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd, Daytona Beach (386) 255-0285; moas.org

THROUGH AUG 7-SEPT 1. PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT BY RICK DE YAMPART. 10 AM. The Hub on Canal. “Mr. Crow Saves the Universe”. 132 Canal Street, NSB.

AUGUST - ONGOING WILLIAM SCHAAF: THE WAY OF THE EQUINE An exhibit of works by William “Bill” Schaaf who is known for his powerful, evocative images of horses in his paintings and sculpture. Museum of Arts & Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd, Daytona Beach (386) 255-0285; moas.org

AUGUST 10 SECOND SATURDAY LASER ROCK CONCERT 7:00pm: Laser Country; 8:00pm: Laser Vinyl; 9:00pm: Pink Floyd – The Dark Side of the Moon 7:00pm to 9:45pm Planetarium, Museum of Arts & Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd, Daytona Beach (386) 255-0285; moas.org.

OPENING AUGUST 10 THE NATURE OF IT: FLORIDA’S PAST AND PRESENT An exhibit of the Museum’s amazing Florida specimens from the collection and items on loan that showcase the breadth of Florida flora and fauna past and present. Museum of Arts & Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd, Daytona Beach (386) 255-0285; moas.org

AUG 13 - LANDSCAPE DEMO WITH PLEIN AIR FLORIDA ARTIST, FRANK FERRANTE Frank paints and teaches in a style called The Prismatic Palette developed by American Impressionist painter, Frank Vincent DuMond (1865-1951). Join us at the Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum of Art for this unique painting demonstration. Free for members or with paid museum admission MOAS 352 S Nova Rd, Daytona Beach 2 PM – 3:30 PM.

THROUGH AUGUST 18 CAPTURING THE COSMOS: FLORIDA ASTROPHOTOGRAPHS BY DEREK DEMETER Marvel at the wonders of the universe through the stunning space photography by nationally renowned astrophotographer, and director of the Emil Buehler Planetarium at Seminole State College, Derek Demeter. Museum of Arts & Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd, Daytona Beach (386) 255-0285; moas.org

AUGUST 17 2ND ANNUAL VOLUSIA COLLECTORS DAY Join us for a fun day at the Museum and see what treasures fellow Volusia County residents collect! 11:00am to 4:00pm; Free for MOAS members or with paid museum admission. Museum of Arts & Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd, Daytona Beach (386) 255-0285; moas.org

THROUGH AUGUST 25 HOMESPUN: FOLK ART AND AMERICAN FROM THE COLLECTION Early American folk art from the 19th century through the 19th century that provides a view into the early rural and working-class life or European immigrants in America. Museum of Arts & Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd, Daytona Beach (386) 255-0285; moas.org

AUGUST 23 COCKTAIL WORKS: THE SPIRIT OF CUBA A fun-filled night of drink-slinging packed with history and recipes for you to enjoy at your own cocktail parties. 6:00pm to 8:00pm; $35.00 for members, $40.00 for future members. Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum of Art at MOAS, 352 S Nova Rd, Daytona Beach (386) 255-0285; moas.org

NOW- AUG 10 -ACA 30TH ANNUAL UNIVERSITY STUDENT EXHIBITION- 10 AM – 4 PM· Atlantic Center for the Arts, 1414 Art Center Ave., New Smyrna Beach. Atlantic Center for the Arts honors the outstanding work being produced by state university art students.


NOW- AUG 16-RAY AZCUY/PATTERN | ABSTRACTION | DESIGN- 10 AM- 5 PM, Arts on Douglas, 123 Douglas St, New Smyrna Beach.


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ORMOND BEACH 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 Aug 9, Sep 13: Xspance Aug 16: Justin Time Aug 23: Walt , Aug 30: TBA Sep 6: Marty 31 SUPPER CLUB • 31 W GRANADA BLVD. ORMOND BEACH, 386-275-1625. Aug 8: Gina Cuchetti, 6-10pm Aug 9: Peter Alden - Elvis Tributes, 7-10pm Aug 10: Matt Burke, 7-10pm Aug 15: Comedy Night, 6-10pm Aug 16: Cesar Romero, 7-10pm Aug 17: Brent Clowers, 7-10pm Aug 22: Mary Beth Kaplin, 6-10pm Aug 23: William Cintron, 7-10pm Aug 24: The Transfers, 7-10pm Aug 28: Mark Raisch, 6-10pm Aug 29: Gary Filip, 6-10pm Aug 30: Christie Beu, 7-10pm Aug 31: Max Capacity featuring Beartoe, 7-10pm THE GRIND/KONA TIKI BAR 49 W GRANADA AVE ORMOND BEACH, 386-672-7277. Indoor and Outdoor music. Aug 8: The Futures, 7:30-11:30pm Aug 9: Cory Worsley, 7-11pm Aug 10: Brent Clowers, 7-11pm Aug 12: Hannah , 6-10pm Aug 13: The Evening Muze, 6-10pm Aug 14: Chuck Morel, 6-10m Aug 15: The Click, 7:30-11:30pm Aug 16: Coyotes and Towndogs, 7-11pm Aug 17: The Cyclones, 7-11pm Aug 19: Bradford Buford, 6-10pm Aug 20 : The Transfers, 6-10pm Aug 21: Are Friends Electric, 6-10pm Aug 22: Smyrna Erb, 7:30-11:30pm

Aug 23: Brent Clowers, 7-11pm Aug 24: The Vibe, 7-11pm Aug 26: Rasta Bayers, 6-10pm Aug 27: The Evening Muse, 6-10pm Aug 28: Chuck Morel, 6-10pm Aug 29: Jeff White and Friends, 7:30-11:30pm Aug 30: Bradford Buford, 7-11pm Aug 31: Joe Caruso, 7-11pm


MUSEUM OF ARTS & SCIENCES PLANETARIUM 352 S. NOVA ROAD DAYTONA BEACH, 386-255-0285. 2nd Saturday Laser Rock Concert! Snacks, beer, soft drinks for purchase at Museum to be enjoyed during the show. One Show: $5, two Shows: $7, Three Shows: $9 Aug 10:7:00PM: Laser Country, 8:00PM: Laser Vinyl, 9:00PM: Pink Floyd - The Dark Side of the Moon Aug 24: *Summer Saturday* 7:00PM: Hypnotica, 8:00PM: Rush 2112, 9:00PM: Pink Floyd - The Wall Sep 14: 7:00PM: Laser Vinyl, 8:00PM: Laser Metallica, 9:00PM: Laser Zeppelin MAIN STREET STATION • 316 MAIN ST DAYTONA BEACH, 386-214-1389. Bike Night Wednesdays, 8pm – midnight, Burger Bar Aug 8: Blues Dogs , Aug 9: 4 Play Aug 10: Crashrocket , Aug 11, 14: Zu-Krew . Aug 15: Moonlight Drive In Aug 16: ThunderJack , Aug 17: Black Sheep Aug 18: Sound Theory , Aug 21: Blistur Aug 22: Movie Night: Pink Floyd - The Wall Aug 23: Red Line , Aug 24: Freedom 50 Aug 25, 28: Girl On Fire , Aug 30: Hayfire Aug 31: Island Rum Fest with Black Sheep 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 with DJ KRB Tuesdays: Trees of Life Tuesday’s Wednesdays: Brothers Within Open Jam

Aug 9: The Crown Council Aug 10: The Bloody Jug Band Aug 11, 25: Relief Aug 15: Beartoe and Max Capacity Aug 16: 5 Time Shag, Aug 17: LUVU Aug 18: Part One Tribe Aug 23, 24: Joe Marcineck Aug 29: Savi Fernandez Band Aug 30: Gnarlstar 2, Aug 31: Brothers Within Sep 1 Kaleb Lee Sep 2 Beartoe and The Max Capacity Sep 5 Brothers Within Sep 6 Truphonic Sep 7 Seed Sep 8 Bullet dodgers HILTON DAYTONA OCEANWALK 100 N ATLANTIC AVENUE DAYTONA BEACH, 386-243-8200. McCoys Rum Room Tues: Jessie Abbey, 8pm-12am, Bourbon Night Wed: Rafael Rodrigues, 8pm-12am, Ladies Night, Top 40 Thur: Stormin’ Norman Karaoke, 9pm - 12am Fri: Rum Fridays, 9pm-1am Aug 9: Bradford Buckley Aug 16: Steven Craig , Aug 23: Jay Paski Aug 30: Thom Blasburg Blind Turtle Fri: Rum Friday, 4-8pm Aug 9, 30: Travis Rudd Aug 16; Amanda Fox, 5-8pm Aug 23: Danny Dred , Sat: Malibu Pool Party Aug 17, 24: DJ KRB, 12-4pm Aug 10, 31: Rafael Rodriguez and the Rundown Band 1 – 5pm Sun: Wet Pool Party with DJ KRB, 12-4pm MARK’S SPORTS PUB 2045 S RIDGEWOOD AVE, DAYTONA BEACH, 386-767-2277. Fri & Sat live music 9:30pm Aug 11, 25 & Sep 8: KARAOKE with Tim Cockrell, 7pm Aug 18, Sep 1, 8: OPEN JAM with Gun Shy Aug 9, 10: Insomnia Aug 16, 17: Southern Fried Chill Aug 23, 24: Afterlife, Aug 30, 31: Crush

Sep 6: TBA, Sep 7: Easy Street Sep 13, 14: Diesel DAYTONA BEACH BANDSHELL CONCERT SERIES • 70 BOARDWALK AVE DAYTONA BEACH, 386-671-8250 7:15pm music, VIP tix include chair in premium seating $10. Aug 9: The Motowners, tribute to Motown Aug 10: REO Survivor and Chicago Rewired, REO Speedwagon and Chicago tributes* Aug 16: The Dirty Doors, Doors tribute Aug 17: Boxers and Southern Cross, Simon and Garfunkel and Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young tributes* Aug 23: Fire & Ice and Love Alive, Pat Benatar and Heart tributes Aug 24: Turnstiles, Billy Joel tribute* Aug 30: KC & The 70s Flashback Party, KC & The Sunshine Band tribute Aug 31: US Stones, Rolling Stones tribute* Sep 1: Back in Time, Huey Lewis and 80s show Sep 2: 1 p.m. NY Rockabilly Rockets and 4:30 p.m. Paisley Craze, ’60s Peace, Love and Rock and Roll tribute Sep 6: Best of British Rock, Judas Priest tribute Sep 7: Highway to Hell, ACDC tribute* Friday, September 13, 2019: Battery, Metallica tribute *Fireworks on the beach after the concert. approx. 9:15pm.


ORIGINAL FIRST TURN 5236 S RIDGEWOOD AVE, PORT ORANGE, 386-788-5434. TTues: Blues Jam hosted by Joe Motte & Friends 6, Bike Night on the deck 7 - 9, $1.50 Domestic beer, $2 Twisted Tea, $3 Fireball. Free Food (while it lasts) 7:30, Karaoke inside with Rockstar Bob 6 – 10 Aug 4: Dina & James 4 Aug 8: Derek Trull 6 Aug 9: Hayfire 7 Aug 10: Wildcard 6 Aug 11: Megan Stuart 4 Aug 15: ETC 6 Aug 16: Penta 6

Aug 17: Diego & Co 6 Aug 18: Woodstock Revival 50th anniversary Hippie Fest 4 Hosted by Fortunate Sun Band (CCR Tribute show) Sport your best hippie swag, prizes for best dressed guy and gal and lots of Trivia questions. Honoring of our Veterans Aug 22: True Adkins 6 Aug 23: Easystreet 6, Aug 24: Fat City Band 6 Aug 25: Brothers Within 4 Aug 29: Brad Sayre 6, Aug 30: Crashrocket 6 Aug 31: Chris Cornish Band 6 Sep 1: Megan Stuart Duo 4 Sep 2: Labor Day Tiki open 11am, John Long 2 Sep 5: Brody Mullikin 6, Sep 6: 4Play 6 Sep 7: Cornhole Madness monthly tournament 12, Then2Now 6 Sep 8: JAM w/Jeremy & Andrea Mix 4 THANK YOU 5 • 4606 S CLYDE MORRIS BLVD, UNIT 2N • PORT ORANGE, 386-295-5699. Aug 16 Open Mic, 7:30


RACINGS NORTH TURN 4511 S ATLANTIC AVE, PONCE INLET, 386-322-3258. Mon: Donn Hill, 6-10pm Tues: Les B. Fine 6-10pm Aug 13, 27, Sep 3; Aug 20: Gus, 6-10pm Wed: Eddie Uzzle & Steve Hageman 6-10pm Thurs: Country Night with Willy Bouton, Mike Caso & Kenny Sphires 6-10pm Fri: Then2Now, 6-11pm, Sat: Parallel 6-11pm Sun: Burgh Brothers, noon – 4pm, Then2Now, 5-10pm, except Sept 8, Aug 10: Tymz 2, 1-5pm Aug 17: Just Gus, 1-5pm , Aug 24: Brent Clowers, 1-5pm , Aug 31: Stealing Vanity, 1-5pm Sep 2: Tymz 2 1-5pm, Donn Hill 6-close - Labor Day, Sep 7: Travis Harden, 1-5pm Sep 8: Then2Now 5-close, 1st NFL Sunday, 0 Day Music

Fri: Live entertainment, 7:30-11:30pm


DELTONA BACON AND BREWFEST DEWEY O. BOSTER PARK 1190 SAXON BLVD • DELTONA, 386-960-0844 Oct 12: 12:00pm-2:00pm Psycho Magnets 2:30pm-4:30pm Tobacco Rd Band (Country) 5:00pm-7:00pm Thunder Jack AC/DC Tribute


ST JOHNS RIVER STEAK & SEAFOOD 55 N PALMETTO AVE, SANFORD, 407-878-0980. Music: Fri & Sat 6-9pm, Sun 3-7pm JAug 9, Sep 6: Marcus Houck Aug 10, 24: James Mitchell Aug 11: Brett Messer Aug 16: Mike Garcia, Aug 17, 31: John Lazar Aug 23: Jeff Leturno, Aug 25: Vince Aug 30: Stony Sixma , Sep 7: Glenn Mack SANFORD MUSIC FESTIVAL WEST END TRADING CO. 202 S. SANFORD AVENUE, SANFORD Sep 7: noon – 2am Five performance areas with outdoor stages. Food trucks and a wide variety of vendors! Presale tickets are $10 in advance, $15 day of show. Free parking available around the town. Sanfordmusicfest.com

MOONLIGHT DRIVE-IN BAND SCHEDULE Aug 16: (Band) Victory casino cruise, 7pm-1am Aug 17: (Duo) Caribbean Jack’s (Daytona), 1pm-5pm, Aug 17: (Band) Victory Tattoo Flagler, 10th anniversary party (all day event), 8pm-10pm, Aug 23: (Band) Mai tai bar, 10pm1:30am, Aug 24 (Band) One Daytona, 6pm-9pm Aug 25 (Acoustic Band), Finn’s Flagler, 1pm5pm, Aug 30 (Band), Hard Rock Daytona, Wave terrace, 8pm-11pm, Aug 31: (Band) Wops Hops Sanford, 8pm-11pm, Sep 6: (Band) Ling’s log cabin (Welaka FL), 9pm-1am, Sep 7: (Band all originals), Sanford Music Festival, Time TBA Sep 12: (Band) Caribbean Jack’s, 6pm-10pm NEW SMYRNA BEACH Sep 13: (Band) Mai Tai’s Daytona, 10pm-1am MERK’S BAR AND GRILL • 193 N CAUSEWAY Sep 14: (Duo) Jimmy Hula’s Ormond, 6pm-9pm NEW SMYRNA BEACH, 386-427-1177. Sep 15 (Band all originals) Sing out loud festival Thur: Karaoke, 8-11pm St Augustine, Time TBA





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


Join us for lunch or dinner. Daily Specials like our $10 Lobster Roll. Best Hamburger and Pizza on the Beachside. NFL game time specials. Outside seating on the patio located on A.1.A. in the heart of Daytona Beach. Curbside Pick-up. 2132 S. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach.(386) 248-1200.


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


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

MERK’S BAR & GRILL 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.


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


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

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











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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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More Information at Bandshell.info or Call (386)-253-0254 or /friendsofthebandshell For a list of the City’s Friday Night Shows, go to daytonabandshell.com







BSP EXCLUSIVE! PAUL ANDREA TAKES A LOOK AT NFL’S 2019 LINEUP AND TELLS US WHAT TO EXPECT! AFC EAST NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS Hats off to the NFL Champs, who just keep finding ways to win. Last year’s Super Bowl victory looked reminiscent of the way the Pats won in the early days, with defense and ball control. CB Stephon Gilmore has blossomed into a true shut down corner, and teamed with hard hitting S Patrick Chung and the McCourty brothers, leads one of the best secondary units in football. On the offensive side, the loss of Rob Gronkowski shouldn’t hamper future hall of fame QB Tom Brady too badly, he’ll just find new acquisition WR Demaryius Thomas or WR Julian Edelman, or maybe someone you’ve never heard of. Once again, the Patriots have made winning this division a foregone conclusion. BUFFALO BILLS Year two of the Josh Allen project begins, and things are definitely looking up in western New York. Veteran slot receiver Cole Beasley and deep threat John Brown bolster a receiving corps that has looked anemic in the past two seasons, and RBs TJ Yeldon and Frank Gore will give Lesean McCoy a breather in the back field. The Bills made desperately needed moves on the offensive line as well, which will create more running lanes and better protection for their young passer. The number two defense from 2018 also looks to be improved this year with the addition of number one draft pick DT Ed Oliver, whose freakish talent should make an impact from day one. NEW YORK JETS So, wrap your brain around this: after losing to Adam Gase’s Dolphins in five of six contests, the Jets hire Gase (ignoring the fact that Gase was 10 and 18 against teams not named the Jets in the previous two seasons). Then, GM Mike Macagnan, who helped select Gase and secured the acquisition of all-star running back Le’veon Bell, was FIRED a month before training camp opened? Wow Jets, never mind getting into talent you picked up in the off-season, we’re too scared to pick you anything higher than third in the EAST. At least you’ve got a real Dolphin killer in Gase. MIAMI DOLPHINS Bet you didn’t see this coming: legendary journeyman QB Ryan Fitzpatrick has come to Miami for his third tour of duty with an AFC East team. With him he will bring a splash of Fitzmagic and a brief spurt of heartwarming victories, followed by a crushing deluge of interceptions, crashing back to earth to be succeeded by the player the team “always intended” to be the number one guy. In this instance, the protege waiting in the wings is Josh Rosen, who already had his heart ripped out in one wretched season in Arizona. Just to complete that rebuilding look, the Dolphins also have a brand new first time coach in Brian Flores.

AFC NORTH PITTSBURGH STEELERS The biggest question facing the Steelers in 2019: will


losing all-world WR Antonio Brown and RB Le’veon Bell prove to be addition by distraction subtraction, or just erosion by talent subtraction? Even though the two controversial players are gone, it didn’t stop QB Ben Roethlisberger from tweeting a halfhearted apology to Brown in the off-season (which was subsequently rejected.) It lends credibility to the idea that Big Ben has lost respect in the locker room. Also, his play seems to grow just a bit more erratic with each passing year, a telling sign of Father Time laying down the law on a beaten body. The might of the offensive line will save the day, opening big holes for workhorse RB James Conner and keeping Roethlisberger’s jersey clean. It’s a given that the Steel Curtain defense will play tough consistently, a character trait that will enable Pittsburgh to win the day in a weakened division. CINCINNATI BENGALS The Bengals organization finally released Head Coach Marvin Lewis after what must have seemed like 50 years to residents of the Queen City. In his place, former Rams assistant Zac Taylor joins the Head Coach youth movement spurred by Sean McVay, his former boss. Right off the bat, Taylor may have watch his season hauled to the infirmary as WR AJ Green left the first practice on a cart. That said, the Bengals still fielded the same personnel that have brought them high promise, low yield, such as QB Andy Dalton and RB Joe Mixon. What’s more, they did not make many adjustments to the NFL’s bottom ranked defense from a year ago. Watch for the Bungles formula to remain the same: Good in 1 PM starts, terrible in feature games. CLEVELAND BROWNS Nobody made a bigger splash in the off-season that the rising Browns, who picked up two bonafide stars in WR Odell Beckham Jr. and RB Kareem Hunt. Beckham dominated headlines both on and off the field in his two years in New York, thanks to an insane one-handed catch or three, a pre-playoff boat voyage, and an ill-considered fight with a kicking net. (The two subsequently hugged it out.) Should second year QB Baker Mayfield be tantalized or terrified? The answer is yes. Beckham and WR Jarvis Landry, college teammates at LSU and best friends, will leave scorch marks on the field week in and week out, making insane plays with all the fire and passion you can imagine. That will come with national attention, and drama. Hunt will not join the team on the field until week nine, which won’t pose a problem thanks to the power and speed of RB Nick Chubb. But the Browns must jell quickly, because If they don’t start winning early, an emotional implosion seems likely, if not inevitable. BALTIMORE RAVENS 2019 figures to be a down year for the Ravens, who lost their three most important defensive leaders in LB Terrell Suggs (retirement), LB CJ Mosley (Jets) and hard hitting FS Eric Weddle (LA Rams). All that remains of the NFL’s number one defense are names only total football junkies will recognize, like LB Matthew Judon and CB Marlon Humphrey. On offense, the team may have finally unload-

ed the heavily overpaid QB Joe Flacco, but what they’ve left second year QB Lamar Jackson with is a total mess. WR Willie Snead IV, who seems to be on a career decline after a fast start with the Saints, is the current number one wideout. RB Mark Ingram, another former Saint, will likely assume the bulk of the workload in carries. Baltimore may well finish behind the Browns, who they own a commanding 30-10 all-time record against. Sell those Ravens tickets while they have value.

AFC SOUTH INDIANAPOLIS COLTS Head Coach Frank Reich and QB Andrew Luck made one Hell of a team last year, squeezing every last ounce of will and guts from their oft injured and bedraggled team to drag them all the way to the AFC semifinals last year. In 2019, the Colts are poised to do even more damage. To put intense pressure on opposing passers, the Colts added four time Pro-Bowl DE Justin Houston from the Chiefs. Houston notched 9 sacks and an interception last season, and at age 30, has plenty of gas still in the tank. The Colts also added rangy WR Devin Funchess to compliment the speed of star WR TY Hilton. Rounding off the unit, the Dynamic RB Marlon Mack is a home run threat rushing and catching balls out of the backfield, and TE Eric Ebron had a breakout season with 66 receptions and 13 receiving touchdowns. The Colts will be potent. If the defense improves on its number 11 position from a year ago, their balance and tenacity will be enough to outlast their rivals. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS Jaguars fans rejoice: Super Bowl hero QB Nick Foles has come to save you from your bumbling ways on offense, ending the underwhelming run of UCF grad Blake Bortles. That said, Foles finds himself in a limited talent scenario at receiver, with number one WR Dede Westbrook not ranking in the top 30 in yards or receptions. RB Leonard Fournette can carve defenses up when healthy, but injuries severely limited his 2018 campaign. Best case scenario: Jacksonville will once again rely on their aggressive defense, which ranked top five in the NFL in both yards allowed and scoring, to carry them in games. CBs Jalen Ramsay and AJ Bouye make a fearsome cover tandem, LB Miles Jack has a ferocious nose for the ball and DE Calais Campbell still gives opposing QBs nightmares in the pass rush. All the offense needs to do is play error free, complimentary football, and the Jaguars should make a return to the postseason this year. HOUSTON TEXANS The star-studded Texans sure know how to make a pundit’s life difficult: They feature one of the most star-studded lineups in the NFL, led on offense by dynamo QB Deshaun Watkins throwing bombs to WR DeAndre Hopkins, who put up an incredible 1572 yards receiving (second best in the league, averaging just shy of 100 yards per game) and 11 TDs. The offense imposes its will just as effectively on the ground, with workhorse RB Lamar Miller plowing through opposing defenses for 4.6 yards per


clip. Let’s about the indomitable pass rush duo of DE JJ Watt and OLB Jadeveon Clowney, a tandem that wrecks hell on an O-Line’s blocking schemes...when healthy. But with all this talent come a wealth of turmoil. The Texans fired GM Brian Gaine on June 7th, possibly due to not making a splash in the draft (drafting for offense line in the first and third round, or possibly due to letting the secondary fall apart in the off-season, allowing the preventable departures of CB Kareem Jackson and FS Tyrann “Honey badger” Matheiu. With the Colts and the Jags both potentially on the rise, this is not the division to struggle with internal strife. Once again, the Texans fall short of their amazing potential. TENNESSEE TITANS Very quietly, the Titans compiled a fine season on defense, giving up the third fewest points in the league. They scrapped hard enough to win several games they should have dropped, most notably an overtime thriller against the then-defending champion Philadelphia Eagles. However, they were also 30th in passing yards allowed, spelling doom in the pass-oriented NFL. Enter CB Logan Ryan, fresh from a Super Bowl Win with the Patriots, who should immediately help shore up the secondary. On the offensive side of the ball, the Titans are coming to a crossroads season for QB Marcus Mariota. In four seasons, he has never been able to play all 16 games. He only threw for 11 touchdowns and 8 Interceptions, not even remotely good enough. In most divisions, the Titans defense might be enough to compete for a wild card. In the talent rich AFC South, forget about it.

AFC WEST KANSAS CITY CHIEFS For the Chiefs, 2018 had to feel like the best season they’ve had since they won Super Bowl IV. QB Patrick Mahomes was absolutely unstoppable, RB Kareem Hunt, WR Tyreek Hill and TE Travis Kelce knifed through opposing defenses as though they were simply mist and fog, and the only thing that prevented a return to the Super Bowl for the first time in 49 years was a coin flip. There’s no way the Chiefs will be able to duplicate that performance this year. Legal troubles haunt Hill, Hunt is gone completely, and defensive mainstays DE Justin Houston and S Eric Berry are gone. Kansas City will be very good this year, but expect a step back before the Chiefs take the next step forward. LOS ANGELES CHARGERS With QB Philip Rivers turning 37 years old, you get the sense that the Chargers are running out of opportunities to win a championship with the current generation of players. It’s now or never, and with RB Melvin Gordon’s hold out not looking to end anytime soon, HC Anthony Lynn better hope that Austin Ekeler continues to show that he’s as good as advertised. If so, the Chargers have an awesome array of weapons, such as WRs Keenan Allen and Mike Williams, as well as pass rushing terror DEs Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram. Given the Chargers tough schedule, they will need to be at their best if they want to make the most of this opportunity. DENVER BRONCOS Sorry Broncos fans, signing QB Joe Flacco will not make the Mile High No Fly Zone’s lives any easier this season. He struggled for years in Baltimore, in spite of having a powerful running game, highly capable receivers and a mighty defense backing him up. He’s walking into almost the exact same situation in Denver: Strong Offensive line, exciting play makers in RB Patrick Lindsay and WR Emmanuel Sanders, and a perennially tough defense led by LB Von Miller. Only the situation in Denver isn’t as stable as Baltimore’s as a new coaching team led by defensive expert Vic Fangio has taken the reins. If insanity is taking the same action and expecting the same results, then surely GM John Elway and the Broncos Front Office have lost their minds. From the infamous Invesco Cheer...“Flacco’s pass is IN-COM-PLETE! Wah, wah, wah WAHHHH...”

OAKLAND RAIDERS It’s the final season of football in Oak town, but the Raiders plan to go out with a bang. They signed WR Antonio Brown, possibly the best receiver in football, and LB Vontaze Burfict, possibly the dirtiest defender in all of football. They also lured OG Richie Incognito, possibly the biggest bully in all of football, out of retirement. Link that up with Head Coach Jon Gruden, possibly the most charismatic coach in all of football, and what do you get? Infinite possibilities...for comedy and dysfunction, duh! The Raiders provide great theater this season, and we would like to thank the NFL for making their antics available for our viewing pleasure on this season of HBO’s Hard Knocks. Oakland fans, getcha batteries ready!

year, so why put them in first again this year? Frankly, they’re just too talented not to! WRs Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs cannot be stopped when they’re on their game, RB Dalvin Cook HAS to have a full year where he stays healthy, and QB Kirk Cousins has a new buddy in Senior Coaching Assistant Gary Kubiak, who has plenty of experience guiding championship offenses and has led Cousins to success before. It’s hard NOT to see the Vikings matriculating down the field week in and week out. Defensively, the Vikings managed to rank number four in the league in spite of shutdown corner Xavier Rhodes’ injuries, and he has to stay healthy this year, right? Only the Vikings can stop the Vikings...just be sure to check their shoelaces before kickoff.


CHICAGO BEARS Oh, the pain of missing a playoff game winning field goal...nothing feels worse, just ask Scott Norwood of the Buffalo Bills. K Cody Parkey HAD to be cut after that debacle, if only for his own safety and security. Now the Bears are left to pick up the pieces of their tragically undone season. How will they rebound? Well, for starters they’ll have to rely on RB Tarik Cohen exclusively as the feature back, with maybe a dash of newly acquired WR/ RB/KR/Other Cordarelle Patterson in for help. WRs Allen Robinson and Taylor Gabriel are...OK, a description that also fits QB Mitchell Trubisky. As crafty as Head Coach Matt Nagy is with his play calling, he knows beyond a shadow of a doubt that the defense will be bringing home the bacon for the Bears, and what a fine defense it is. Led by pass rushing superstar Khalil Mack, stars and studs patrol all three levels of the leagues number three defense from 2018. (Don’t expect a repeat of their league leading 27 interceptions, those numbers typically dip the following season.) However, if the Bears don’t find a capable kicker, it may cost them enough to keep them on the outside looking in.

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES Injuries to QB Carson Wentz not withstanding, the Eagles offense looked nowhere near as potent as when Frank Reich called the plays during the Championship season. Sure, TE Zach Ertz was as unstoppable as ever, but it seemed like the Super Bowl hangover was a real thing. Expect the Eagles to look more like their old selves this year, thanks in part to the long awaited return of speedster WR Desean Jackson and the acquisition of explosive RB Jordan Howard. All the pieces are once again in place for another deep playoff run. DALLAS COWBOYS As long as the Cowboys offense feature stud RB Ezekiel Elliot, the Cowboys will be a threat to control any game they play in. To compliment that threat, Lone Star offense made some major upgrades, adding veteran WR Randall Cobb and bringing Cowboy legend TE Jason Witten out of retirement. Working in concert with WR Amari Cooper, the Cowboys should create match-up nightmares all season long. Dallas took major strides in becoming a more multi dimensional defense last season, thanks to the rise of players such as DE Demarcus Lawrence. If LB Sean Lee goes down to injury again this year, the Cowboys should be able to finally shrug it off. WASHINGTON REDSKINS The ‘Skins hope that drafting QB Dwayne Haskins with the 15th overall pick will turn into a huge long term win for the franchise. Should Haskins need a year of further development before assuming the starting role, then QB Case Keenum should be able to step in capably. If nothing else, the Redskins will field a threatening ground game with the two-headed monster of RBs Adrian Peterson and Derrius Guice. The defense, led by LB Montez Sweat and CB Josh Norman, needs to improve considerably on their 17th overall ranking if they hope to keep pace with the Eagles and Cowboys. Washington will be competitive, but once again be stuck on the outside looking in, perhaps looking for a new head coach to replace Jay Gruden. NEW YORK GIANTS The Giants made headlines in all the wrong ways this off-season with some “SMH” moves. First, they trade away WR Odell Beckham Jr. only a year after signing him to a huge deal. Then, they drafted QB Daniel Jones with the sixth overall pick, leaving the Redskins to pick up the more highly sought after Dwayne Haskins. It’s very likely that Jones would have been available in the third round, let alone the second. Forgive the fans for booing Jones right out of the gate at training camp. QB Eli Manning will return at starter this year for yet another possible swan song, and he will have the benefit of working with fantasy machine RB Saquon Barkley. Manning also has some decent targets to throw to in WR Golden Tate and TE Evan Engram. Unfortunately, the Swiss Cheese offensive line may not allow the time to get the ball down the field. On defense, the G-Men may be just as suspect.

NFC NORTH MINNESOTA VIKINGS OK, so may have...whiffed...on our Vikings pick last

GREEN BAY PACKERS Yep, QB Aaron Rodgers is awesome, that’s a given. It’s just that the organization has failed to surround him with adequate talent and depth. WR Davante Adams catches plenty of touchdowns, but TE Jimmy Graham is a shadow of his beastly New Orleans self, and the offensive line allows WAY too many sacks (53 in 2018). Aaron Jones may have been the Packers ace in the hole, averaging 5.5 yards a carry on 133 attempts. Maintaining a balanced offense might keep Rodgers upright for all 16 games this year, which is crucial if the Packers hope to make the playoffs for the first time in three seasons. The defense, a very middle of the road unit last year in all categories, will benefit from critical additions in the off-season, particularly new defensive coordinator Mike Pettine and first round picks LB Rashan Gary and S Darnell Savage. Given the intense competition in this division, the Packers will need every edge, every turnover, and every Rodgers miracle they can muster. DETROIT LIONS Hey Lions fans, ready for another season of futility, failure and frustration? Then 2019 is NOT, I repeat, NOT the year for YOU! Yes, Matt Patricia is returning for a second season as Head Coach, which may inspire some rightful trepidation. However, QB Matthew Stafford continues to be a capable field general year in and year out, and by adding WR Danny Amendola to a receiver stable headlined by Marvin Jones Jr and rising star Kenny Golliday, Stafford is poised to have his best season since 2011. If the Detroit defense can force some turnovers, watch out for a sudden surge from the Lions.

NFC SOUTH NEW ORLEANS SAINTS The NFC runner’s up have reloaded in the off-season and are ready to once again lower the boom on the NFC. Alltime NFL passing leader QB Drew Brees will once again be joined by RB Alvin Kamara and WR Michael Thomas, two of the NFL’s most feared weapons. In addition, the Saints acquired a major upgrade at tight end in Jared



Cook. The Saints may feel early repercussions from the retirement of C Max Unger, but the team believes second round draft pick C Erik McCoy is ready to take on the snap responsibilities from day one. DE Cam Jordan returns to lead a pressure oriented defense, whose tough front seven generated 49 sacks and only allowed 3.6 yards on the ground. Repeat division title are a rarity in the South, but expect the Saints to reverse the trend. CAROLINA PANTHERS Having undergone two shoulder surgeries in the past two seasons, QB Cam Newton has found himself getting farther and farther away from his MVP season of 2015. However, having dumped slowpoke WRs Devin Funchess and Kelvin Benjamin and replacing them with speedsters DJ Moore and Chris Samuel, Carolina brass has given Cam the upgrades needed to stretch the field and get the Panther engine cranking. Most importantly of all, Newton will once again have the services of stat machine RB Christian McCaffrey, a touchdown and reception freak who will be drafted first or second in most fantasy leagues. The defense will need to step up from its 16th place finish from last season. ATLANTA FALCONS Once again, the Falcons bring a “paper” scary offense to the gridiron, led by QB Matt Ryan (aging), top three WR Julio Jones (gets yards in chunks but becomes invisible in the end zone), and dual-threat RB Devonta Freeman. After lackluster production failed to meet expectations last season, the Falcons called it quits on Offensive coordinator Steve Sarkesian in favor of former Tampa coach, Dirk Koetter. While most pundits think of this as an upgrade, the Koetter offensive scheme has proven to be a stale, deciphered version of the Joe Gibbs offense from the 80s. Remember how Tony Romo diagnosed every single play the Bucs ran against the Patriots last year? Not good Falcons...better hope the defense avoids another slew of injuries this season, because the offense may have another long year in store. Also, their schedule is riddled with difficulty. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS The Buccaneers could not have made a better hire than getting Head Coach Bruce Arians out of the broadcast booth and back onto the field. The two time AP coach of the year may be the ONLY guy who can coach QB Jameis Winston into a consistent winner, and based on Arians record with the likes of Carson Palmer, Kurt Warner, Andrew Luck, Ben Roethlisberger, even young Peyton Manning, I believe he can do it. The going won’t be easy for Winston, as he’ll have to operate without speeder WR Desean Jackson, who helped take pressure off top flight WR Mike Evans. On defense, the Bucs unit that gave up the second most points in the NFL returns minus it’s best pass rusher, DE Jason-Pierre Paul, who suffered a neck injury in a car accident. The much maligned unit will need to generate more than 16 turnovers this campaign in order to compete in the stout South.

will run like a Swiss watch. If not, well, we saw in the Super Bowl how neutered this explosive team can be made to look if Jared Goff is forced to carry the load. Defensively, the Rams got significantly better with the additions of veteran safety Eric Weddle and pass rushing LB Clay Matthews. When teaming with NFL defensive player of the year DT Aaron Donald and defensive mastermind Wade Philips, the Rams D looks like a juggernaut. It’s hard to see the Rams being out of any game, even if the offense can’t score. But will it be enough to win a championship this time? SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS Entering year three of the Kyle Shanahan era, it’s safe to say that the Niners have been the most injury hampered team in the NFL. From a statistical standpoint, that can’t continue. So this should be the year that QB Jimmy Garoppolo and company break through to make the playoffs. RB Matt Breida and the SF Offensive front five had a breakout year and the defensive line is still loaded with three first round draft picks, so the 49ers will be tough to out muscle. Most importantly, the Niners showed tons of character week in and week out, battling hard with teams that seemingly had them over-matched. As such, a west coast gold rush is overdue. . SEATTLE SEAHAWKS After watching members of the Legion of Boom leave town one after another over contract negotiations, the Seahawks brass finally opened up their checkbooks for their marquis players, making QB Russell Wilson the highest paid quarterback in the game and LB Bobby Wagner the highest paid middle linebacker in the game. With both players penchant for leadership and dynamic play making ability, it’s safe to say the spending spree is well worth it. The receiving corps may completely new, but the defense is athletic and gifted and CenturyLink field is still the loudest house in the NFL, so the Seahawks will continue to be a threat in this division. ARIZONA CARDINALS For the second time in two seasons, the Cardinals have keyed a franchise reboot, kicking out last year’s head coach and number one draft pick in favor of change. For the head man, the Cardinals selected youthful Texas Tech Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury, also a former QB in the NFL and CFL. In selecting Kingsbury, the Cardinals clearly hope they found the next Sean McVay, who was hired at the age of 32 with very little experience. Their selection sure beats hiring a retread. For their new QB, the Cardinals will feature 1st overall pick Kyler Murray, who won the Heisman last year with Oklahoma. Hopefully, he won’t regret his decision to pursue football over joining major league baseball.

NFC WEST LOS ANGELES RAMS The fortunes of the Rams offense will rise and fall based on the health of RB Todd Gurley, the centerpiece of Head Coach Sean McVay’s system. If the League’s best back is healthy, the offense





















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


the fall. They offer farm-fresh produce, 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. www.staugbchcivicassoc.com. 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. www.farmswapmarket.com 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! www.ourorangecity.com 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. www.european-village.com. 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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DOORS AND SIMON & GARFUNKEL & CROSBY, STILLS, NASH AND YOUNG TRIBUTE BANDS PERFORM AUG. 16-17 A Doors tribute band, “The Dirty Doors,” will perform at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 16. A Simon and Garfunkel tribute band, “The Boxers,” and a Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young tribute band “Southern Cross” will perform at 7:15 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 17, with fireworks at 9:45 p.m. General admission is free. $10 VIP tickets are available at https://bit.ly/2HTUjRm. FRIDAY, AUG. 16: A DOORS TRIBUTE BAND “THE DIRTY DOORS” – Showtime is 7 p.m. General admission is free. Take a ride back to the psychedelic era. Celebrating the look, sight and sound of the Doors. “The Dirty Doors” formed in Atlanta, Georgia, in late 2012 to pay tribute to one of the greatest rock bands of all time – The Doors. With each performance, they bring the energy, excitement and passion of the timeless music of Jim Morrison and The Doors like no one else. They faithfully recreate classic songs like “Light My Fire,” “Riders On The Storm,” “Hello, I Love You,” “Roadhouse Blues” and “L.A. Woman” plus many deep cuts true Doors fans love to diverse crowds everywhere. This show is part of the Bandshell Summer Entertainment Series. The entire schedule of performances is online at www.DaytonaBandshell.com. Follow the Daytona Beach Bandshell on Facebook @daytonabeachbandshell and Instagram @bandshelldaytona. SATURDAY, AUG. 17: SIMON AND GARFUNKEL TRIBUTE BAND, “THE BOXERS,” AND CROSBY, STILLS, NASH AND YOUNG TRIBUTE BAND “SOUTHERN CROSS” – Showtime is 7:15 p.m. and will be followed by fireworks at 9:45 p.m. General admission is free. “THE BOXERS” – When you think of Simon and Garfunkel you hear angelic voices and incredible harmonies and singalong-songs known for decades. The incredible Todd and Greg Pitts of “The Boxers” bring back that timeless music and harmony in a fantastic performance that will have you on your feet all night. Not only do they pay tribute to this legendary duo performing classics like “Bridge Over Troubled Water,” “Mrs. Robinson” or “Sounds of Silence.” “SOUTHERN CROSS” is a fantastic musical tribute to one of the most dynamic rock bands from the 60s ‘until today – Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. The band prides itself on impeccable vocal harmonies to recreate some of the toughest vocal songs to perform like the epic “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes” and more. This show is part of the Star Spangled Summer Concert Series made possible by the Boardwalk merchants and Friends of the Bandshell. The entire schedule of performances is online at www.friendsofthebandshell.org and on Facebook @friendsofthebandshell. VIP tickets are available for $10 per person per show and include a chair and seating near the stage in a controlled access area. VIP tickets can be purchased in advance at www. ticketmaster.com, at the Peabody Auditorium Box Office located at 600 Auditorium Blvd., Daytona Beach, and at the Bandshell’s box office on show nights. For Saturday night’s performance, tickets can also be purchased onsite on show nights through the Friends of the Bandshell staff. Adult beverages will be available for purchase both nights. The Bandshell signature drink, the “Bandshell Breeze” is available as well as Budweiser products. Daytona’s finest barbecue from Backyard Boys catering is offered onsite during all nights of the entertainment series. Chairs are also available for rent in the FREE general admission area, one for $3 or two for $5. For attendees’ safety and comfort, guests are not allowed to bring backpacks, blankets, coolers, glass containers or outside alcohol. Smoking or vaping are not allowed inside the Bandshell during the entertainment series. The Daytona Beach Bandshell is in Oceanfront Park on the north end of Daytona Beach’s boardwalk amusement area. Parking for the Bandshell is available across the street from the Ocean Walk Shoppes & Movies in the parking garage and surface lots close by. Once inside the garage, you can take the second floor sky walk (above Atlantic Avenue) across to enter the Bandshell though the Ocean Walk Shoppes & Movies plaza. Upcoming performances in August and September for both concert series includes: • Friday, Aug. 23: Heart and Pat Benatar tribute (performed by “Love Alive” and “Fire & Ice”) • Saturday, Aug. 24: Billy Joel tribute (performed by “Turnstiles”) • Friday, Aug. 30: KC & The Sunshine Band tribute (performed by “KC & The 70s Flashback Party”) • Saturday, Aug. 31: Rolling Stones tribute (performed by “U.S. Stones”) • Sunday, Sept. 1: Huey Lewis tribute (performed by “Back in Time”) • Monday, Sept. 2: 50s and 60s tribute (performed by “NY Rockabilly Rockets” and “Peace of Woodstock”) *NOTE: Showtime Sept. 2 is 1 p.m. • Friday, Sept. 6: Judas Priest tribute (performed by “Best of British”) • Saturday, Sept. 7: AC/DC tribute (performed by “Highway to Hell”) • Friday, Sept. 13: Metallica tribute (performed by “Battery”) • Saturday, Sept. 14: Fleetwood Mac tribute (performed by “Fleetwood Max”) • Friday, Sept. 20: Tom Petty tribute (performed by “The Wildflowers”) • Saturday, Sept. 21: Led Zeppelin tribute (performed by “In the Light of Led Zeppelin”) • Friday, Sept. 27: Aerosmith tribute (performed by “Jaded”) • Saturday, Sept. 28: Pink Floyd tribute (performed by “Wall of Echoes”) The Daytona Beach Bandshell Summer Entertainment Series is made possible through generous donations by presenting sponsors “Ocean Walk Shoppes & Movies,” The City of Daytona Beach and the Daytona Beach Convention and Visitors Bureau. Additional entertainment sponsors include Coca-Cola, Brown and Brown Insurance, ONE DAYTONA, The Daytona Beach News-Journal, Daytona Beverages, Latitude – Margaritaville, BackstagePass Magazine, KIX Country 98.7 FM, Beach 92.7, Kool 100.9 FM, Hometown News, Backyard Boys BBQ, The Rock of Daytona 104.7, Lamar Advertising Company and Giant Recreation World.




For August 2019 LEO (JULY 23-AUG. 22): Between the Sun, Venus, and Mars in your sign through August 18, you’ve got extraordinary vibrations granting you nothing but joy and radiance. On August 8, Venus will be at a perfect angle to lucky Jupiter, now in your romance sector. You’re sure to feel the love at this time and, if you’ve got a birthday coming up, you can expect a lavish gift and plenty of attention! On the 14th, the Sun and Venus will connect, giving you even more contentment. Then, a Full Moon in your partnership sector on August 15 indicates you’ve got everything you’ve ever wanted in matters of the heart. Yes, Leo, you are in love! In other news, after August 21, it looks like you’ve got beautiful financial opportunities coming your way thanks to Venus moving into your earned income sector. Sudden financial gain through your career is likely near August 26. A New Moon on the 30th in your earned income sector suggests that it’ll get even better rolling into September. Sweet! Keywords for August: romance, playfulness, joy, happiness, fun, love, dating, sex, money. VIRGO (AUG. 23-SEPT. 22): For the first half of August, it’s like you’re completely undercover -- impossible to reach. All of this is by design; after all, you’re not one to do anything without careful analysis. You might need to maximize a major opportunity connected to a home or real estate matter and you’ll be busy doing this behind the scenes. It does seem to pay off in the most spectacular way near August 8 when Venus makes a perfect link to Jupiter. Once August 18 hits, however, everything changes. Mars will move into your sign and, suddenly, your zest for life and the stamina to pursue your goals is apparent again. You’re hungry to achieve something that requires absolute precision, and you will. Adding to the mix on August 21 will be Venus also moving into Virgo. Wow, the two “cosmic lovers” in your sign AND making a perfect embrace on August 24 -- this indicates major sparks flying in your love life! A New Moon in your sign on August 30 adds to your ability to start writing the next chapter of your life. Make it a page turner! Keywords for August: New start, sexy, discreet, private, real estate, family secret, secret lover LIBRA (SEPT. 23-OCT. 22): August is extremely twotoned in its temperament for you, Libra. The first half of the month is filled with social delights thanks to the Sun, Venus, and Mars all dancing through your 11th House of Groups and Networking. On August 8, Venus will be at a perfect angle to expansive Jupiter, now in your message sector. You might give a speech or other presentation and completely dazzle your audience. Another possibility is that you’ll enjoy an exceptional getaway with friends. It’s very possible that you’ll feel as though a romantic dream of yours has come true as well this month. In fact, on August 15 when a Full Moon illuminates your true love sector, you and someone you’ve been dating might very well realize just how special your connection is. After August 18, however, you may suddenly feel like you’ve done so much partying and celebrating that you need a rest. Mars will move into your private 12th House of Escape and remains there until October 4. Honor the need for a personal time out. Keywords for August: friends, dreams fulfilled, trip, mini vacation, dating, love, rest. SCORPIO (OCT. 23-NOV. 21): Your career continues to thrive this month, with exceptional gains the first half of August. On the 8th, Venus at the top of your chart will make a perfect link to Jupiter, the planet of luck, now in your earned income sector. The money train just won’t stop and, on this day, you’ll enjoy a major added financial bonus. Sweet! You might also receive a special honor or award on August 14 for your professional achievements thanks to a glorious Sun-Venus conjunction at the top of your chart. Your attention, however, will turn quickly to family matters the next day, since a Full Moon will illuminate your home and family sector. Expect news from a relative -- the kind that surprises you. In terms of love and relationships, you’ll be glad to know that the unpredictable chaos just might die down for a bit. Uranus, the planet of sudden changes, will turn retrograde in your partnership sector on August 11. All of the crazy behavior your mate has been showing won’t disappear, but now you’ll have a minute to acclimate. Keywords for August: promotion, honor, award, money, raise, family drama, relationship calm. SAGITTARIUS (NOV. 22-DEC. 20): You’ve been experiencing a major personal growth spurt thanks to your ruling planet of expansion, Jupiter, moving through your sign. For the last several months, however, Jupiter has been traveling retrograde, which might have muted some of the forward momentum you had going on in your world. Although all of the yummy goodness has been there, for whatever reason, tasting it might have been delayed. Happily, that will end in August. On August 11 Jupiter will turn direct, and remains moving full steam ahead in your sign all the way through December 2. Your faith in life and your ability to fully maximize the opportunities coming your way are all magnified now. Use them well.This might also have an effect on your love life. Jupiter will be at a gorgeous trine to love planet Venus on August 8. Someone you’re in a romantic relationship with is expanding your horizons on the spiritual and intellectual plane and you’re enjoying every drop of it! Keywords for August: luck, growth, expansion, blessings, faith, confidence, soulmate, career boost, entrepreneurial. CAPRICORN (DEC. 21-JAN. 20): Your financial life is looking good in August! A money gift might come your way from an anonymous person or someone who insists that you keep this gift a secret between you. It won’t be for a negative reason, so don’t stress. You’re probably going to be so ecstatic over it anyway -- this really does look like blessing! It looks like you might feel triggered at first with financial insecurities, but then you’ll check yourself. You’ll see that there truly are opportunities everywhere you turn to maximize your most innovative talents and turn them into cash. When it comes to love, you will be grateful for a bit of calm after a major frenzy that’s been happening since mid-May. Uranus, the planet of unexpected twists and turns, goes retrograde in your true love sector starting August 11. This allows you time to marinate and process all of the sudden changes that have been happening in your love life. Courtesy of m.tarot.com




Keywords for August: money, unusual talents, hidden benefactor, financial blessing, secret gift, romantic excitement.


AQUARIUS (JAN. 21-FEB.18): There’s guaranteed to be some noise in your dating life this month. Happily, it’ll be music to your ears! This combination of stellar influences can absolutely help support a heart-opening connection between you and someone close. The one thing to note is that this all happens in the dualistic sign of Gemini. That translates into the strong likelihood of you having more than one person to choose from. It doesn’t suggest a love triangle per se, but it does suggest options. If you’re in a relationship, there could be baby news coming your way. Alternatively, this energy could center around on a creative endeavor that you’re in love with. Remember, when you follow your passion, it leads to your purpose. That kind of gratification is showing up in your life by the time we get to the Full Moon on June 17. Landing in the area of your greatest hopes and wishes, you can count on at least one of them being fulfilled. Lucky you! Keywords for June: love, baby, artistic endeavor, creative, dating, joy, happiness, fulfillment.

JUL 13- BEAVER FOR BREAKFAST- 9 AM–2 PM, Daytona 200 M/C, 3602 West International Speedway Blvd. (US Hwy 92) Daytona Beach. ksu 9:00 am riding to beaver bar for breakfast and then out to swap meet.

PISCES (FEB.18-MAR. 20): You’re happier than ever about your recent life transition. Wherever you go, you can be sure that happiness will follow. It’s as if you have finally “come home,” and all of your plans to curate your personal space and security are now happening. Amazing! If you’re in a relationship, this could be the month the two of you decide to move in together and test the waters of an even stronger commitment. On June 24, however, you might second guess this move or relationship while Venus squares Neptune, now in your sign. A disappointment is possible ... whether you move past it or not is your choice. Expect to be in the spotlight for a career achievement near the Full Moon on June 17. You could receive an honor or other reward. If, however, you’re not aligned with your vocation, you might decide to pursue a different path. Keywords for June: relocation, family, home, love, career fulfillment, career change, spotlight.

JUL 27 • 5TH ANNUAL POKER RIDE BENEFIT FOR SCHOLARSHIP- 8 AM–4 PM, Seminole Harley-Davidson, 620 Hickman Cir, Sanford. Prizes for best & worst hands. Registration day of at 8 AM, Kick Stands up at 9 AM. $20/Rider $10/Passenger Proceeds benefit scholarship. Ride Begins and Ends right here at Seminole Harley-Davidson. JUL 28-CHRISTMAS IN JULY POKER RUN FOR LEIGHANNE OWENS- 8:30 AM, Boot Hill Saloon, 310 E Main St, Daytona Beach. 8:30 sign Up...$10 per hand $5 extra hand...raffles, 50/50 and music. EVERY WENESDAY THE ALL RIDERS: IMC - CHUCK’S WEDNESDAY RIDE TO NOWHERE 5:45 PM-7:30 PM, BP gas station, 2185 W New York Ave. W, FL-44, DeLand. Meetup time is 5:45 PM with KSU (kick stands up) at 6:00 PM. Make sure you fill your tanks before the ride as we do not make any stops. Guests are ALWAYS welcome. FRIDAY RIDES • 11:30 AM– 2:30 PM, Daytona 200 Motorcycle Club, 3602 W. International Speedway Blvd. Daytona Beach, daytona200mc.com 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.

ARIES (MAR. 21-APR. 20): In August, the stars are busy conspiring for you to have the time of your life, Aries! The Sun, Venus, and your ruler, Mars, will all line up in your 5th House of Romance and Pleasure until August 18. On the 8th, Venus will be at a gorgeous trine to Jupiter and then on the 14th, the Sun and Venus embrace in your 5th house. This cosmic lineup is all about being showered with blessings in love and whatever brings you joy. It might also be connected to your relationship with your child. If you’re dating someone, then you’re head over heels in love with each other. And if you are somehow single as the month begins, well, that might all change in the blink of an eye. Mars moves into your work sector on August 18 and Venus follows suit on the 21st. This brings a dramatic shift in energy for the second half of the month; you’re going back to work full-force and, yet, it’s going to make you quite happy. Keywords for August: love, fun, romance, pleasure, creativity, children, happy, productivity, health, work.


TAURUS (APR. 21-MAY 21): August opens up with you living the absolute dream life in your domestic world, Taurus. You might even welcome a new pet or child into your home to add even more joy to your heart. On August 8, Venus will be at a perfect trine to Jupiter, now in your 8th House of Shared Resources. There is a good possibility that you’ll benefit from the finances of a family member, such as receiving an inheritance or major financial gift. Career news is also exciting with a Full Moon at the top of your chart on August 15. You might be in the spotlight for a technology-related career endeavor that you’ve launched, or you might receive a special honor or award.Starting August 18, Mars will enter your romance sector on this day, closely followed by Venus on the 21st. These two “cosmic lovers” will even embrace in a perfect conjunction on August 24, while also being perfectly trine Uranus in your sign from August 26-28. As if that weren’t enough, a glorious New Moon lands in the same area of your chart on the 30th. Love is 100% in the stars. Keywords for August: financial gift, domestic bliss, family love, career pinnacle, love.

JUL 27 • DAYTONA CARS AND COFFEE- 9 AM–12 PM, Tangier Outlets, 1100 Cornerstone Boulevard, Daytona Beach. Cars Coffee and awesome folks, together for a great morning of fun, networking, and socializing,..

GEMINI (MAY 21-JUNE 21): You’ve got a way with words early in the month, Gemini. Aim for August 8 to sign a vital contract or seal an important agreement with anyone. A gorgeous trine between Venus in your message sector and Jupiter in your relationship sector blesses this union. Mars rushes into your home and family sector on August 18 and immediately wants to get busy on a home renovation or other detail-oriented project. This might even be a motivation for everyone in your clan to get healthy together. Venus enters the same area of your chart on August 21, adding the desire to spend money beautifying your home. Don’t break the bank! When it comes to your love life, Jupiter turning direct in your partnership sector on August 11 suggests forward movement again when it comes to the blessings between you and your mate. You’ve got complete faith in your love connection. Your partner might also give you a special gift midmonth. You’ll cherish it! Keywords for August: charmer, beautiful words, creative mind, contract, home renovations, relationship expansion. CANCER (JUNE 21-JULY 22): The money train is pulling right into your station, Cancer! On August 8, Venus in your earned income sector will be at a perfect trine to expansive Jupiter, now in your work sector. A side hustle you started just for fun may turn into a lucrative gig. Then, on August 14, the Sun and Venus will embrace in your earned income sector. The more you use your creative talents, the more money you’ll make. It’s really that simple. And the fact that you’re so confident about what you have to offer the world is only making you even more financially empowered. A Full Moon in your 8th House of Resources on August 15 might help you get rid of any major debt you have. This can be anything from a mortgage to student loans or even credit card debt. The takeaway: it’s gone. In terms of your love life, that Full Moon might also be your ticket to erotic fulfillment with your mate. You’ve got all the ingredients to try something nontraditional in the bedroom with your lover while also feeling completely gratified because of it. Get your freak on! Keywords for August: cash, creative talents, confidence, value, freelance, debt free, erotic, taboo, sex.

JUL 13 • CARS & CUES- 10 AM–12 PM, Racks Billiards & Bar, 312 N Entrance Road, Sanford. Car show, free games of pool, a remote control race track for the kids, food and some lovely drink specials. JUL 14 • SUPER SWAP SUNDAY CAR & MOTORCYCLE SWAP MEET-8 AM – 2 PM, Bruce Rossmeyer’s Harley-Davidson, 1637 N US Highway 1, Ormond Beach. Super Swap Sunday Car & Motorcycle Swap Meet - $10 18 x 30 vendor spots benefit Cub Scout Pack 88! Shoppers shop free! JUL 21 • KAFFEEKLATSCH- 9 AM–11 AM, Panera Bread, 2400 International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach. Space Coast Region Event Monthly gathering of great friends and great cars. 1100 Cornerstone Boulevard, Daytona.

4TH FRIDAY • CAR SHOW: MELLOW MUSHROOM, 5790 Journeys End Way, Port Orange. 4-7 PM. 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. 3RD SATURDAY • DOWNTOWN DELAND CAR SHOW 4-7pm. Live DJ, giveaways, shopping & dining. East Indian Avenue, Deland. 2ND SUNDAY • DOUBLE BARREL CRUISE IN 11am-3pm, 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. 4THSUNDAY • 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 Bar-B-Q, 99 Flagler Plaza Dr, Palm Coast, 386-439-5010. EVERY THURSDAY • WEEKLY CAR SHOW 4-7pm, Giuseppe’s Steel City Pizza, 3658 S Nova Rd, Port Orange, 386-761-4717. giuseppessteelcitypizza.com EVERY SATURDAY • CAR SHOW Bring your favorite ride and enjoy some good music and food. Port Hole, 932 Herbert St, Port Orange, 386256-5075. portholebars.com

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. MainStreetDeLand. org 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 11am- 4pm, 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 JUL 27 • CLEAN CULTURE DAYTONA RACEWAY FESTIVAL- 2 PM – 8 PM, Daytona International Speedway, 1 Daytona Blvd, Daytona Beach. SPECTATOR TICKETS ARE SOLD AT THE GATE FOR $25. INSIDE RACEWAY AND PIT STAGING, INSIDE GARAGE STAGING, RACING, BURNOUTS, CAR SHOW, 2-STEP, FOOD, MUSIC AND MORE. JUL 28 • SLAMMEDENUFF FLORIDA CAR SHOW PRESENTED BY ROTIFORM-1 PM – 6 PM, Ocean Center, 101 N Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach. Car Show, Vendors, Award Ceremonies. 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. BruceRossmeyer.com 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. FirstTurnSteakHouse.com 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, MainStreetLive.com 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. thebarninsanford.com 3RD SUNDAY • BBQ 3-7pm, BBQ, Swap Meet, Booze, Live music. Cabbage Patch, 549 Tomoka Farms Road, Samsula. 386-427-8969. 3RD SUNDAY • MOTORCYCLE SWAP MEET9am-4pm, Live music, food and beer, St Augustine Flea Market, 2493 St Rd 207, 904-824-4210. StAugustineFleaMarket.com 4TH SUNDAY • BIKER BRUNCH 10am. Shantell’s, 503 S. Sanford Ave., Sanford. 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 386944-7718. SATURDAY • CARS & COFFEE 9am-noon, Gateway Classic Cars provides donuts and coffee. Check out all our new arrivals. At ALL Gateway Classic Cars locations! Eventbrite.com


A series of works on paper in which he intentionally slices, reconfigures and collages his own artwork to create new compositions.

gravings from 19th century illustrated magazines and journals documenting events in the remote land of Florida.

NOW- AUG 26-PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION - RICK DE YAMPERT - CROWS AND RAVENS-10 AM-5 PM, Fine Art Photography Gallery, 120 Canal Street, New Smyrna Beach. Crows and Ravens: Birds of Myth and Magic. Also, on July 11, 1 PM Artist talk. Admission to the talk and exhibit are free.

ONGOING- THE SEMINOLE AND THE EVERGLADES-MOAS, 352 S. Nova Rd, Daytona Beach .Artists from the early 19th century on have found the visual characteristics of the people and the land compelling subjects for artworks

NOW – SEP 22- DISCARDED MATTER: OBJECTS RE-IMAGINED- ORMOND MEMORIAL ART MUSEUM, 78 E. Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach. Three different artists work with salvaged materials. Opening reception June 7, 6-8 PM. ONGOING TO CHOOSE OUR DESTINY: THE LASTING LEGACY OF THE APOLLO 11 MOON LANDING-will show that the human will to achieve and explore can make the impossible, possible. ONGOING-CAPTURING THE COSMOS: FLORIDA ASTROPHOTOGRAPHY BY DEREK DEMETER-Marvel at the wonders of the universe through the stunning space photography. ONGOING- HOMESPUN: FOLK ART AND AMERICANA FROM THE COLLECTIONMOAS,352 S. Nova Rd, Daytona Beach. Early American folk art from the 18th century through the 19th century is a testament to the efforts of everyday Americans to decorate and embellish their environment with whatever means available to them. ONGOING- GONE FISHIN’-MOAS,352 S. Nova Rd, Daytona Beach. Emphasizes Florida’s reputation for being one of the greatest sport fishing areas in the world. ONGOING- FLORIDA WEATHER: MOAS, 352 S. Nova Rd, Daytona Beach. 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- VISIONS OF THE FUTUREMOAS,352 S. Nova Rd, Daytona Beach. Colorful creative poster series from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. ONGOING- GARDEN OF THE HEART’S DESIRE: SELECTIONS FROM THE GOLZAR COLLECTION OF PERSIAN TEXTILES-MOAS, 352 S. Nova Rd, Daytona Beach. over 60 rare 18th and 19th Century Persian textiles from the private collection of Mahin Ghanbari brings together two of the strongest artistic traditions in historic Persia. ONGOING- VOLUSIA COUNTY: MOAS, 352 S. Nova Rd, Daytona Beach. Art about Volusia County. ONGOING-”THE LATEST NEWS FROM FLORIDA”: WOOD ENGRAVINGS FROM 19TH CENTURY PERIODICALS -Wood en-

EVERY 3RD SAT • SANFORD ART WALK 6-9 PM - Live music, lots of art, juried show. Historic Sanford Welcome Center, 230 E First St, Sanford. EVERY 1ST SAT--ORMOND ART WALK- 5-8 PM · Experience new creations, meet new creators. Just go to any of the six participating galleries and get complimentary shuttle to the other. The galleries are Frame of Mind, Arts on Granada, Thays Art Gallery & Studio, Ocean Child, Ocean Art Gallery & The Pocket Jeweler. Every 1st Sat- Art Stroll on Canal Street- 10-7 PM Live music, lots of art, Galleries have solo exhibition on 132 Canal Street, New Smyrna Beach.

AUG 9- EAT NSB CANAL STREET WALKING TOUR. 11:30 AM. find some of the best restaurants in New Smyrna Beach! Tour lasts 3-4 hours, and food and beverages are provided at 5 stops. Each stop provides samples that will leave you full when we’re done! Rain or shine. 386-314-5637. AUG 17-SANFORD FOOD TRUCK FIESTA FEATURING LIVE MUSIC, CRAFT BEER Come enjoy the brick-lined streets of beautiful Historic Downtown Sanford between West End Trading Co. and Celery City Craft! Grab food from 20+ food trucks, drinks from the bars, enjoy live music 5-9 p.m. AUG 20-FOOD TRUCK TUESDAY- 5-8 PM. Free entertainment, gourmet food for purchase, food items change monthly. Palm Coast Fire Department offering FREE car safety checks. Central Park Town Center, 975 Central Avenue, Palm Coast. AUG 29- PALM COAST $5 WINE TOUR hosted by ABC Fine Wine and Spirits Wine down at our mini wine tastings every last Thursday of the month. Visit participating ABC locations, 224 Palm Coast Pkwy NE Palm Coast 6 -7:30 PM. AUG 29 - COMMON GROUND BREAKFAST - 2019 The State of Economic Development The Flagler Chamber’s Common Ground Breakfasts features high-profile subject matter experts on topics that impact local businesses and the community, 7:30 -9:30 AM, Hilton Garden Inn, Palm Coast, 55 Town Center Blvd., Palm Coast, Members can pre-register for $25, Future Members - $35.

SEPT 5 - PALM COAST WINE TASTING Grab a friend and raise your glass at our wine tasting! Enjoy wines, spirits and cordials from wineries and distilleries from around the world. Sip while you save 10% off your purchases the night of the event 6 PM – 8 PM. 3RD THURSDAY -5:30 PM, Central Florida Zoo and Botanical Gardens, 3755 W Seminole Blvd., Sanford. $5 admission, adults over the age of 21 can stroll through the Zoo enjoying live music, purchase some refreshing beer and wine, and meet animals up-close. EVERY WEDNESDAYWEDNESDAY SWEET & SAVORY TOUR- 2-5 PM, Great Tasting Tours, 120 S Florida Ave,. Deland. A 3-hour walking tour, distinctive dining venues in historic DeLand, Samples of great food and pairings of fine wines and other beverages. EVERY SAT – 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 SUN – FREE PIG ROAST, third Saturday - free oyster roast, No Name Saloon, 3 pm, live music. No Name Saloon, 2001 S. Ridgewood Ave., Edgewater.

AUG 10-GET READY: A MOTOWN EXPERIENCE 7:30 PM, Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center, 201 Magnolia Ave, Sanford. Musical tour, Tickets are $23 to $30. NOW-AUG 11-MEL BROOKS’ “THE PRODUCERS”- 7:30 PM · Athens Theater, 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand. An over-the-top Broadway musical. Preferred seating $29, Adult $25, Senior $23, Student /Child$ 11. AUG 16-IF/THEN, a contemporary Broadway musical If/Then’ simultaneously follows one woman’s two possible life paths, painting a deeply moving portrait of the lives that we lead, as well as the lives that we might have led. Theatre West End 115 West 1st St., Sanford . 8-10:15 PM. Tickets $26 Individual $52 Dinner Package. AUG 18 - RESERVOIR DOGS (1999) Cinematique Theater and Average Joe Movie Show - A Live Podcast Series Includes admission to live recording of Average Joe Movie Show, beginning at 5:45pm Sunday Tickets $8 242 S Beach St, Daytona Beach, Florida 32114

AUG 9- BONKERZ COMEDY CLUB: FRANKIE PAUL. 8 PM. Enjoy a night of side slitting #laughter with the very #funny Frankie Paul

from FOX, NBC and Comedy Central at Bonkerz Comedy Club, inside The Center at Deltona. 1640 Doctor M.L.K. Blvd. AUG 11- LET’S GET REAL: LIVE! Improv theaters/groups from around the state of Florida will grace our stage to bring us their unique brand of improv. $8 each, 2 for $15 in advance* $10 at the door. Theatre West End, 115 West 1st St., Sanford 7 -9 PM. AUG 12- CARDS AGAINST HUMANITY MONDAYS, Funny Cards and Chances to Win Free Beer!!! 7-9 PM. Persimmon Hollow Brewing Company 111 W Georgia Ave, DeLand. AUG 13 - LIVE IMPROV COMEDY TUESDAYS at 8 Their LIVE Improv Comedy Show is featured every Tuesday night and select Saturday nights at 8:00 pm. Admission is only $5 (really!) 8 PM – 11:30 PM Cimematique Theater, 242 S Beach St, Daytona Beach. AUG 15- COMEDY DINNER SHOW AT 31 SUPPER CLUB Cristy B Comedy, is Back with another ALL-STAR Comedy Night at 31 –– Thursday, 6-11p.m. Dinner and Show $49.95 Just Show 12$ 31 W Granada Blvd, Ormond. AUG 15- DRAFTS & LAUGHS COMEDY NIGHT AT CELERY CITY CRAFT Drafts & Laughs Comedy Night at Celery City Craft As always, no cover, but tips/gas money always appreciated! Drink specials and food on site! Dog Friendly, rated R. 114 S Palmetto Ave, Sanford 8 PM – 11 PM. AUG 16 - BONKERZ COMEDY CLUB: Enjoy a night of side splitting #laughter with the #hilarious Finesse Mitchell from Saturday Night Live 8:30-10:00 PM. Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort, 100 North Atlantic Ave. AUG 25- MURDER MYSTERY DINNER, Join us for a night of mystery, laughs and great fun! Can you put together the clues and figure out who done it? This is sure to be a night like no other. $30 per person, includes dinner La’s Bistro 439 S Nova Rd., Ormond Beach. EVERY TUESDAY, RANDOM SATURDAYS • RANDOM ACTS OF INSANITY 8 PM. Live Improv Comedy, $5, Cinematique, 242 S Beach Street, DB, 386-252-3778. THURSDAYS: TODD BOGUE’S RIDICULOUS COMEDY & MAGIC SHOW, 7pm. $10 cash or debit, 3< Free. ALL NEW ADULT SHOW 9 PM. The Shores Resort, 2637 S Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach Shores, ToddBogueJokes.com.

AUG 22- MEDICAL CANNABIS & SPECIAL NEEDS Facilitating the workshop will be Dr. Chanmugam providing insightful information about the pros and cons of using medical cannabis vs. traditional medications most commonly prescribed for the special needs community 6-8:30p.m. First Methodist Church 419


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S, Park Ave, Sanford. AUG 29 - SOCIAL SECURITY WORKSHOP Maximizing Social Security, Reducing Taxation on Retirement Income. This educational Workshop will provide you with much needed information to help you understand how Social Security works. 6:30 PM FREE Palm Coast Community Center 305 Palm Coast Parkway Northeast, Palm Coast. AUG 29 - THE BOSS LADY RETURNS Join us August 29th for the Boss Lady Reunion! Who is invited: all Women because we are all bosses; whether you work inside or outside your home, are a CEO, an entrepreneur, it doesn’t matter, You are a woman and you are a BOSS. Free Tickets online 5:30-7:30 PM. SEPT 4 - INTRODUCTORY BASICS FOR FILMING YOUR SCRIPT- Workshop This workshop is for writers, actors, directors, producers, and all below-the-line crew. Hosted by Daytona member Graham Z., we will begin the discussion with a presentation covering cinematography, lighting, gear, 6 PM – 8 PM The Hub On the Canal 132 Canal St, New Smyrna Beach. 4TH TUESDAY BOB CALABRESE’S POET’S CORNER, poetry workshop of New Smyrna Beach at the New Smyrna Beach Regional Library, at 5:00 PM.

AUG 9 (& EVERY MON., WED., FRI.)- LINE DANCE WITH RITA. 9 AM. Each class runs continuously for two-and-a-half hours. During that time, people come and go as desired. The first hour is for beginners followed by 20-30 minutes of review or open dance time. The last hour of class is geared toward the intermediate dancer. Cost is $4 per class for residents and $5 per class for non-residents. (386) 410-2890 for more information. Coronado Civic Center, NSB. AUG 10 - WATERCOLOR - YES I CAN! with Marilynn Sternberg, Explore the luminous effects unique to watercolor: washes; wet-inwet; charging; gradation; glazing; brush handling. FLAGLER COUNTY ART LEAGUE 160 Cypress Point Pkwy Ste A208, Palm Coast, 1:30- 4:00 PM. Room B. AUG 11 – DARKSIDE THEATRE’S ADULT ON-CAMERA FILM ACTING CLASSES IN NSB Learn the basics and advanced techniques of both film and stage acting in a fun, friendly, encouraging, no-judgment environment with professional coaching and directing. 5-7 PM. New Smyrna Beach Join us at our temporary location: UCC Music Room. AUG 12- INTERMEDIATE TO COLORED PENCIL CLASS INTERMEDIATE TO COLORED PENCIL CLASS INSTRUCTOR: LIZ MONACO Tuesdays - 1:30 to 4pm learn skills and method creating colored pencil still life:


$15, Non-members $20 per class. Flagler County Art League 160 Cypress Point Pkwy Ste A208, Palm Coast. AUG 13- INTRODUCTION TO COLORED PENCIL CLASS INTRODUCTION TO COLORED PENCIL CLASS INSTRUCTOR: LIZ MONACO Tuesdays - 1:30 to 4pm * Beginning: August 13th Members: $15, Non-members $20 per class. Flagler County Art League, 160 Cypress Point Pkwy., Ste A208, Palm Coast. AUG 17 - THROUGH THE DECADES SUMMER ZUMBA BLOCK PARTY SERIES Join us for our fun-filled event series taking place THIS SUMMER on the 3rd Saturday of August! Zumba® Party, as well as a social reception before and after for guests to have the opportunity to mingle, shop, and make special memories with our sponsors! Tickets 10$ 5-7 PM, Power Fitness. 160 Cypress Point Pkwy Ste D213, Palm Coast. AUG 23 - LOVE YOUR SHORTS - SUMMER REWIND Join us for a Sanford summer tradition and watch a selection of films from our 2019 festival! 8 PM – 10 PM, 201-203 South Magnolia Avenue, Sanford Tickets 8$. AUG 24- PRACTICAL MAGIC WORKSHOP Hosted by Jacquelyn Gioertz and Wildly Magica -l Why is it that some people live magical lives, manifesting everything they want and making it look easy, while others struggle to get by, wishing they knew the secret these “others” must know? 1-9 PM, Tickets- $197. A quiet place in the country - New Smyrna Beach. AUG 31- EMBROIDERY 101 WITH SHERRILL SCHOENING Maybe you used to embroider as a young person and want to refresh your memory. Maybe you want to learn embroidery for the first time. Either way this one day class is for you! $40 call 386-624-7340 or no later than 8/28. Fabrications. 145 W Wisconsin Ave., DeLand. BEGINNING, BEGINNING WATERCOLOR SERIES, 10 AM-12:30 PM, Ormond Memorial Art Museum & Gardens, 78 E Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach. $67 (future members) - Museum members save 10% on tuition. FOOD CLUB, 11 AM-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. ESSENTIAL OILS 101- noon-1 PM, 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. THE SATURDAY TAROT CLUB- 2-3 PM, 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.

AUG 16- TOOLS TO QUIT SMOKING - AdventHealth Free Tools to Quit (TTQ) session meets once for 2 hours. Learn to manage triggers, cravings, withdrawals, and stress 301 Memorial Medical Parkway, Daytona Beach. 2 PM – 4 PM. AUG 16- DELAND ARTISAN ALLEY FARMERS MARKET, Welcome to the DeLand Artisan Alley Farmers Market! This is a weekly market that takes place every Friday from 6PM9PM for an Evening of Farmers Market Fun. AUG 17 - ADDICTIONS/SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER- NEW SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERIES PRESENTED BY: Dan Bodnar, M.S. MCAP. Certified Clinical Supervisor and Certified Level II Drug Education Instructor for the Florida Dept. of DUI Programs LOCATION: Bldg. 320 Rm: 541 Institute for Health and Wellness Education 1200 W. International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach. AUG 21 - SUMMER SOUND SESSIONS DEEP STATES VIBRATIONAL SOUND THERAPY Group Sound Healing at Peace By Pieces Join us at Peace By Pieces for a group sound healing event on the third Wednesday of the month, all summer long. Cool off and chill out with Christa in this group setting. Tickets $20 7-8 PM. AUG 21 - SENIOR HEALTH & WELLNESS EXPO - Celebrating National Senior Citizen Day with a FREE pancake breakfast, FREE testing and great information to help you be a healthier senior. Hosted by KOOL 100.9 47 Old King Road, North Palm Coast. AUG 24 - Nourish, Balance and Transform Yourself Live Event This one day retreat will be filled with exciting and enlightening experiences to assist you in transforming your whole self: - Mindful Meditation- Nutrition- Yoga 4 PM-7 PM. 724 South Beach Street Suite 1 Daytona Beach 8 AM – 2 PM AUG 24 - MORNING REIKI CIRCLE Free Hosted by Spice of Life Herbs & Holistic Center All are welcome to join us in a guided meditation, prayer circle, and Reiki share. Please RSVP to ensure adequate seating. Parking is available in the fenced in lot next to us. 214 W. Beresford Avenue, DeLand. Call 386-734-0035 AUG 27-REIKI CIRCLE / SHARE MIND BODY SOUL OF NEW SMYRNA BEACH Reiki share, also known as Reiki circle or exchange, is a gathering of like-minded Reiki believers who participate in group healing treatments on each other. Donation only 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM 821 W Canal, New Smyrna Beach. SEPT 2- MINDFUL FOOD RECOVERY Just show up! We are looking to start a Mindfulness of Food Recovery group that will double as

both a mindfulness practice and food recovery support group. Peace By Pieces Healing and Wellness LLC 6 PM – 7 PM 300 Palm Coast Parkway S.W Unit 9 and 11 Palm Coast. PRAYER YOGA-6 PM · 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. YIN YOGA, 6-7pm · Mind Body Soul ·821 Canal St., New Smyrna Beach. $12 per session or 10 sessions for $100. DAILY: MEDITATION-10:15-10:45 AM- FREE. Kula Yoga Studios, 5537 S. Williamson Blvd, Ste 753 Port Orange. 1ST TUESDAY: PEACE OF MIND: MEDITATION 7 PM, 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. 386-626-1944. 1ST FRIDAY • WASHINGTON OAKS GARDEN STATE PARK, PALM COAST, GARDEN WALK- 10 AM, 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 – 5:30-6:45 PM. Passion Chiropractic and Wellness Center. Suggested donation $10. Bring your yoga mat, water, and a friend! EVERY WEDNESDAY • YOGA IN THE GALLERY - MOAS- 5:30-6:30 PM. 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 386-7897207. SATURDAYS • BUNGEE FITNESS 2 and 2:45 PM, Anyone can do this. $25 drop in, $20/class if monthly session purchased. Schnebly Recreational Center, 1101 N A1A, Daytona Beach, Register 516-695-4077. EVERY MONDAY • YOGA IN THE PARK 9-10:30 AM, Meditation, breathing, gentle yoga movement. $75/4 weeks includes park entry. Registration 386-446-6783. EVERY WEDNESDAY • RELAXATION MADE SIMPLE 6:30-7:30 PM, Guided meditation and sound therapy with crystal bowls. $6 per class. Piggotte Community Center, 504 Big Tree Rd. South Daytona. 386-478-4700. 2ND THURSDAY • SPA SOCIAL- View local artists while pampering yourself with spa ser-


vices, fresh healthy snacks and a glass of wine. $25. Daytona Spa & Wellness, 211 E. International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach, 386-243-9644. DAILY • FREE COMMINITY FIT CAMP 6:30 – 7:30 PM, 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. EVERY THURSDAY • SPIRITUAL HEALING 4-5 PM, Spiritual current to heal the mind, body, and spirit. Wear white. Love offering. Daytona Books & Metaphysics, 125 W International Speedway Blvd, Daytona Beach. 386236-9968. EVERY FRIDAY • DRUM CIRCLE 7 – 9 PM, 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. 2ND & 4TH WED: MUSIC CAFÉ, 11:15 AM12:15 PM, Live Oak Cultural Center, 1000 Live Oak Street, New Smyrna Beach. ACA invites you to rejuvenate, relax and recharge with an eclectic mix of music-making through dancing, songwriting, listening and sharing. $12 annual membership to COA required. EVERY TUESDAY- AEROBIC LINE DANCE5:30-6:30 PM, Our Lady of Lourdes, 201 University Blvd., Daytona Beach. Join us in the chapel as we dance and sweat with Lisa Thompson. (Donations accepted). ALL are welcome. EVERY WEDNESDAY- AN EVENING OF BLISS- 6:45 PM, Debra Gaffney, Acupuncture Physician, 339 E New York Ave., DeLand. The Bliss technique flows the good hormones into your bloodstream, Love offerings accepted.

AUG 9- SUNSET ISLAND PADDLE. Meet 6 PM, Launch 6:30 PM, End 8:30 PM. Join us for a relaxing sunset paddle from Callalisa Park to Chicken Island. This paddle is usually filled with lots wildlife including dolphins, manatee and birds and always full of great people and gorgeous sunsets! This is an all ages, family friendly.. We offer both Kayaks and Paddle Boards and will provide all necessary gear for the perfect night! Or Bring your own vessel! Callalisa Park, NSB. AUG 14- WEDNESDAY SWEET & SAVORY TOUR Join us for a leisurely 3-hour walking tour of historic DeLand where along the way you sample delicious creations from some of

the downtown eateries. 2-5:30 PM.Tickets, $65. ONGOING: SELF-GUIDED GAMBLE PLACE NATURE WALK-Wed – Sun 8 AM-5 PM. Cracker Creek· 1795 Taylor Rd., Port Orange. See native, and non-native, plants and animals of the area. Adults $3, Seniors $2, Children Free. ONGOING - BROWNS BAY KAYAK TOUR. Tues, Thus and sat at 10 AM-Noon. · Marine Discovery Center · 520 Barracuda Blvd, New Smyrna Beach. $38 Adults, $12 Children (612). 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. EVERY WED • RIVER OF HISTORY BOAT TOUR 10am, Tour the Ponce Inlet Intracoastal Waterway from Ponce Inlet Water Sports to New Smyrna, 386-405-3445, $25/adults; 5-12 /$10, 4936 South Peninsula Drive, Ponce Inlet. 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. ONGOING: FULL MOON KAYAK TOURS-Marine Discovery Center, New Smyrna BeachThese 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 TOURS- Marine 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. 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.

AUG 9- Paper Company Painting & Trivia Night! Ready for some office shenanigans? If you’re a little stitious, we suggest you sign up early, because we think this trivia night is going to be big (that’s what she said)! Sip, paint and win.

Advanced reservations preferred. Friday 9 PM – 11 PM9 PM 1808 W International Speedway Blvd., Suite 205, Daytona Beach. AUG 9- AUG 11-VOLUSIA COUNTY HOME AND GARDEN SHOW 2 PM, Ocean Center, 101 N Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach. Latest products and services for your home, landscape, kitchenware, home accessories and so much more. AUG 11- LGBT AND FRIENDS COMMUNITY GATHERING PEACE BY PIECES HEALING AND WELLNESS Come join us in a gathering for the LGBT community and friends. Every other Sunday morning. Coming together in a place created for community, for togetherness. 10:30 AM – 12 PM 300 Palm Coast Parkway S.W, Unit 9 and 11, Palm Coast. AUG 11 - VINTAGE WINDOW STAIN GLASS ARTIST CHOICE Hosted by Sherry’s Art Studio and Shabby Shack Artist choice on design and size. Price will reflect the size you pick and whether you bringing your own window. All Supplies are included. 12-4 PM, 101 Palm Harbor Parkway, Palm Coast. AUG 11-FUNDAY SUNDAY CULINARY EXPLORATIONS, Join us as we host FUNday SUNday at Peace by Pieces where we’ll explore Seasonal, Local & Global Cuisines. Tickets are $10.00 per child per class and space is limited. Open to ages 5-13. 300 Palm Coast parkway S.W., Unit 9 and 11, Palm Coast. AUG 12- GARDEN PARTY- NATIVE PLANT EXPERIENCES WITH CUPLET FERN EVENT BY Cuplet Fern Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society . Cuplet Fern members Neta Villalobos-Bell, Barbara Whittier, Chris Calder, and Mark Kateli will discuss hands-on experience they have had with native plants in their yards. 6:45-9 PM, NO FEE 250 W County Road Home, Sanford. AUG 13- GHOST STORIES BOOK CLUB: THE GRAVEYARD BOOK BY NEIL GAIMAN Join us to discuss classic and contemporary ghost stories each month … usually when the moon is full. If we’re lucky, we might even be joined by a spectral visitor or two. 7-8:30 PM. Admission $5 Vintage Cottage Antiques 612 West New York Avenue, DeLand. AUG 17 - 2ND ANNUAL VOLUSIA COLLECTORS DAY - Join us for a fun day at the Museum and see what treasures fellow Volusia County residents collect! Almost everyone collects something and for all different reasons. Objects are important as they illuminate abstract ideas and trigger happy memories. 11 AM - 4 PM MOAS, 352 S Nova Rd, Daytona Beach.

Aug 18- 5:00 PM. Ocean Center, 101 N Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach, Tickets, 15$. AUG 17 -GRIND, SWEAT & BEERS MTB RACE, Florida may not have mountains, but it has epic single track with plenty of pedaling in-between! Grind, Sweat, and Beers will be Flagler County’s first enduro-style race. Hosted by FASTR 7 AM – 2 PM Hammock Community Center 69 Malacompra Rd, Palm Coast FASTR members get a $10 discount. AUG 18 - AFTERMATH OF SELF DEFENSE -You own a gun. You have trained with it in case you ever need to defend yourself or your family! $5 for Members $10 for Non-Members 2900 Bellevue Ave, Daytona Beach 12 PM – 2 PM. AUG 24 - PREVIOUSLY OWNED TREASURES SALE The City of Deltona’s Parks & Recreation Department will host the fourth “Previously Owned Treasures” sale from 8 a.m. to noon, Vendors can rent spaces (which includes a table and two chairs) for $5 outside, or $10 inside, with a completed application, Deltona City Hall 2345 Providence Blvd, Deltona. AUG 28 - MONARCH CITY USA DESIGNATION ORANGE City’s butterfly garden, featuring monarch attracting milkweed and nectar plants, will be unveiled on August 28 at Dickinson Park, 120 East Graves Ave, Orange City, at 4-5 PM. AUG 28- GROW WITH GOOGLE Join YPG of Flagler County and learn how to reach customers online with “Grow with Google” this is a can’t miss workshop for every small business owner! YPG members are $15 nonYPG members are $25 386-264-2299 Advent Health Palm Coast 60 Memorial Medical Parkway Palm Coast, 11 AM – 1 PM. AUG 31 - DAYTONA CARS AND COFFEE Tanger Outlets Daytona Monthly Car show 9:00a.m. – 12:00 noon 1100 Cornerstone Blvd, Daytona Beach. AUG 31 FOOTBALL VS PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE Football opens the 2019 season Saturday, August 31 at 7:00 PM vs Presbyterian College! Spec Martin Stadium260 E Euclid Ave, DeLand Get season tickets! 3RD SATURDAY DELAND PRIDE NIGHT 5-11 PM, Shops, bars and restaurants will be open with specials and entertainment for the

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