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IMAGINE IF STEVE PERRY RETURNED TO JOURNEY!

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HAVE A GREAT TIME AT BIKETOBERFEST! Are You Ready for this Year’s Rallies? YOU CAN ALSO VISIT US AT OUR SECOND LOCATION DURING THE EVENT DESTINATION DAYTONA, ACROSS FROM J&P CYCLES NOW IS THE TIME TO PURCHASE YOUR TOY HAULER AT THE BEST PRICES OF THE YEAR! VISIT DAYTONA RV DIRECTLY ACROSS FROM HIDDEN TREASURE ON US1 IN PORT ORANGE! SALES, RENTALS, PARTS & SERVICE • 386.767.1573

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OCTOBER 11- NOVEMBER 7, 2017 • VOLUME 19 • ISSUE 10

ON THE COVER: IRON HORSE SALOON, • SEE PAGE 31

TIM BLAKESLEE’S PIN UPS OF DAYTONA PG 15 • THE NOT-SO-SECRET, SECRET SHOPPER TAKES AN IN DEPTH LOOK AT: DINE AND CRUISE PG 27 • DAYTONA CIGAR CLUB: DOWNTOWN DAYTONA’S NEIGHBORHOOD HANGOUT! PG 34

THINGS WORTH DOING Local Area Dog Parks .............................. 14 Bunnell, Flagler Beach, PC Events ........... 8 Ormond & Holly Hill Mainland Events ...... 8 Ormond Beachside Events ...................... 8 Greater Daytona Mainland Events ............ 18 Motorcycle and Car Rides & Rallies ....... 24 Concerts in our Surrounding Area ......... 24 Greater Daytona Beachside Events ....... 18 Live & Local Music Listings ................... 12 West Volusia /Sanford Events ................ 26 South Daytona & Port Orange Events ....19 New Smyrna Beach, Edgewater Events .. 19

FOOD FOR THE SOUL F eatured Recipe ........................................9 Featured Craft Cocktail Glass ..................39 Dining Around Town ...............................11 Area Farmer’s Markets ............................24 That Beer Guy.......................................... 37

JUST BECAUSE YOU NEED TO KNOW Smoking Permitted .................................. 14

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I hope everyone is off to an amazing October. We are so excited to welcome you back to Daytona Biketoberfest and Just around the corner there are amazing festivities for Halloween all over BSP’s three counties. But as I am writing my column, the news about Napa is just coming out and I am feeling that in lieu of all the horrible news in the last week, with Las Vegas weighing heavy on our minds still, it wouldn’t hurt to take a look at how to handle bad news. Public grief is now a normal and accepted reality. A sudden, tragic incident shatters our sense of order and thrusts us into fear and vulnerability. This triggers a reptilian brain response which leaves us with one of three possible reactions: flight, fight or freeze. “The brain gives more priority to dealing with threat than to pleasure,” says Caroline Rogers, a mental health clinician. “This can lead to tribalism, patriotism, anger and self-protection.” When the media and politicians choose to use traumatic events to whip up fear and patriotism they are inviting us to stay in reptilian thinking. But we can decline the invitation and instead react more rationally. This is possible when we feel we are in safe, familiar and authentic environments. Frightened people don’t think straight but they do follow leaders who appear to be strong and in control. Good leadership helps people to feel safe enough to go into their wise brains and make sensible decisions. You can see where some politicians can benefit by keeping us reptilian.

recognize and accept the phases as you pass through them.

2. Seek, use and give support – Get involved with fundraisers, reach out to lend a helping hand. 3. Self soothe – this might mean telling yourself that everything will be alright, that you will be safe, that while bad things happen so do wonderful things. Look for the good and be grateful. Pray. Meditate. Walk in nature. Swim in the ocean. Do whatever you need to do to calm yourself down. Do it often. 4. Move into wise brain before you look for solutions, reactions and answers. 5. Gather with other wise brain thinkers and support each other to think through the full extent of the issues before you move into joint action. 6. Remember that two wrongs don’t make a right. Together we’ll get through these trying times. Enjoy your life but never forget and get involved in ways that will help the cause. Stay positive and be proactive!

There are ways to move yourself into wise thinking. We don’t have to remain afraid.

THIRD EYE BLIND

1. Understand the grief cycle – you will move through denial (“this hasn’t really happened or isn’t really happening”), anger, bargaining (trying to rationalize the situation away), depression and then acceptance. Learn to

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WHERE WE’VE BEEN On The Town .............................................22

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LOCAL AREA EVENTS BUNNELL/FLAGLER/PALM COAST FESTIVALS FIRST FRIDAYS OF THE MONTH 6-9pm, City of Flagler Beach. Exhibits, Food, Music, bring your lawn chair. Flagler Beach, Veterans Park, 105 S. Second St. Hotline 386-585-0055. OCT 13, 20, 27 Holiday Fair Crafts & Jewelry (CR) 8:30am – 12pm, Trinity Presbyterian Church, 156 Florida Park Drive North. Palm Coast. 386-445-4757. OCT 13 - 15 • FL FIDDLERS ASSOCIATION FESTIVAL Guest artist Eddie Bond, workshops, concerts, camping, jamming, dancing and a stringband contest. $5 – 155. Sertoma Youth Ranch, Brooksville, flafiddlers.wordpress.com OCT 21 • KIX COUNTRY FEST 12-9PM, Live country music mud truck competition and special guest confederate railroad with the fireworks finale. $25 at gate, 12< free. Boggin Bunnell, 7450 W SR 100, Bunnell, 386-793-0145.

THEATRE/COMEDY OCT 22 – NOV 12: NEIL SIMON’S PLAZA SUITE, $15 - 25 2ND SATURDAY • SENIOR THEATER 10 am -12 pm Participate in readings of short plays. The Flagler Playhouse, 301 E Moody Blvd, Monica Toner 386-586-0773.

GALLERIES/MUSEUMS ONGOING • CALYPSO GALLERY Fine art, 4601 E Moody Blvd, Bunnell, (386) 916-4438.

MUSIC 1ST AND 4TH SATURDAY • JAM OUT AT GAMBLE ROGERS 2-5pm, Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreational Area at Flagler Beach, 3100 S. Oceanshore Blvd, Flagler Beach, 386-517-2086. OCT 14 • JAZZ IT UP Buffet dinner and Eirinn Abu, saxophone musician comes to Palm Coast by invitation of the Palm Coast Arts Foundation --$50 PCAF members; $60 public. Grand Haven River Club, 500 River Front Dr, Palm Coast . OCT 29 MUSIC AND WINE IN THE GARDENS 4:30-6:30pm, Fermin Spanish Guitar, Tasting Room and Art Sales. $20. Washington Oaks Gardens State Park, 6400 N Oceanshore Blvd, Palm Coast, evventbrite.com. SEP 8 – 24 • SING OUT LOUD FESTIVAL Los Lobos, Deer Ticks, Blackfoot Gypsies and hundreds of performances by local, regional and national artists at multiples venues around St. Augustine, Florida! Free. singoutloudfestival.com OCT 13 LYNYRD SKYNYRD NOV 3 – ROGER DALTRY NOV 11 – SAMMY HAGAR – rescheduled from 9/20 6:30 – 9:30pm, St. Augustine Amphitheatre, 1340 A1A South, Saint Augustine

WORKSHOPS/CLASSES

ONGOING • SALVO ART PROJECT 313 Old Brick Rd, Bunnell. Alvoart.org

EVERY MONDAY • YOGA IN THE PARK 9:00-10:30am Meditation, breathing, gentle yoga movement. $75/4 weeks, includes park entry. Registration 386-446-6783.

EVERY WED • WINE, WOMEN, WHATEVER 3–5pm Flagler County Art League, 160 Cypress Point Pkwy, Palm Coast, twobirdspottery407@gmail.com

FILMS 2ND FRIDAY • NORM OF THE NORTH 7:15pm, Movie on the big screen. Food/drink available for purchase. Bounce House. Central Park, 975 Central Ave., Palm Coast. palmcoastgov.com.

EVERY 2ND MONDAY GARDEN CLUB MEETING 12:30pm- 3pm. Flagler County Extension Service, 150 Sawgrass Rd, Bunnell. 386-446-0341. EVERY FRIDAY • DRUM CIRCLE 7 - 9pm. The stairway to the LEFT of the pier in Flagler Beach.

OCT 13 & 14 • GIVING STORE RUMMAGE SALE 8am – 3pm and 8am – 1pm, Indoor, outdoor, office furniture, appliances, jewelry, toys, household items, holiday decor, tools, electronics, collectibles and so much more! Many items new. Cattleman’s Hall (150 Sawgrass Road, Bunnell, 386-597-2950. OCT 19 • RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY! 4-6pm, Taste of Jamaica, authentic, family owned and operated, Jerk Chicken, Curry Goat, and Oxtails while using the freshest ingredients to create their Caribbean dishes. Enjoy light refreshments! aaeclub.com. 2405 E. Moody Blvd. Suite 505 Bunnell. OCT 21 • EUROPA SPA GRAND OPENING 4-8pm, Newly expanded Europa Salon & Spa. Light hors d’oeuvres, cocktails and great promotions. Europa Spa, 5 Utility Dr, Palm Coast. FB = 345015712608008.

ORMOND MAINLAND/ HOLLY HILL THEATRE/COMEDY OCT 28 • AMAZING WORLD OF ILLUSION 7-9pm. $20 Ormond Beach Performing Arts Center, 399 N. US1, Ormond Beach, 386-676-3375.

GALLERIES/MUSEUMS Oct 23: CLOSING ART PARTY, 11am -6pm, Come view Mary Unson’s work before her closing party on the 23rd. Oct 25: STORIES OF COLOR BY TRE CREWS, 6-9pm, One day Pop Up. Oct 27: BEAUTIFULLY BROKEN, 5-8pm, Human nature is to conceal our brokenness. Japanese art form “Kintsugi” (golden joinery), brokenness is revealed, exposed and elevated in this exhibit. Reception with beer, wine, finger foods and lots of art! Free. Arts on Granada, 67 W Granada Blvd, Ormond Beach, 386-451-0472.

FILMS TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS 2-4pm. Come check out the movies in the Ormond Beach Library. 30 S. Beach St. Ormond Beach. 386-676-4191.

FAMILY/YOUTH EVERY FRIDAY • OPEN GYM 6-8pm. Nova Gymnastics, 432 N. Nova Road, Ormond Beach, 386-676-3250.

SATURDAYS • DIRT TRACK RACING Come see the races at night. Race and win money. Volusia Speedway Park, 1500 State Rd 40, Deleon Springs. 386985-4402. vspracing.com.

DAILY • FREE COMMINITY FIT CAMP 6:30 – 7:30pm, Bringing people together to stay healthy and active. Open to all ages and experiences As we choose to work out together in a group environment for extra support, motivation and friendship. Central Park in Town Center, 975 Central Avenue, Palm Coast.

OCT 14 • CRABBING BASICS 10 – 11am, Learn to catch Atlantic Blue Crab, hands-on program, for adults and families. Meet at Cedar Pavilion, on the west side. Gamble Rogers Park, Flagler Beach. 386-517-2086.

OCT 31 • ENTREPRENEUR NIGHT 5:30pm, Grassroots event for and by Entrepreneurs, for aspiring entrepreneurs and business owners. FREE, complimentary Appetizers, Optional Cash Bar. Chophouse 101, 101 Palm Harbor Pkwy, Palm Coast 386-445-9259.

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OCT 17 • FROGRS GUIDED KAYAK TOUR 10am – 12pm, Explore salt marsh. dynamic ecosystem, paddling peacefully in park’s kayaks. All levels, learn basic kayaking techniques. Kids min. age 12 for double kayak, 16 for single kayak. Gamble Rogers Park, Flagler Beach. Register 386-517-2086. OCT 22 • FAMILY FLOW FEST 3-9pm, Master dance artist workshops: Prop Manipulation, (hoop dance, juggling, poi and staff spinning), Dance (Bellydance, African Dance, Capoeira, Breakdance, etc), Aerial Arts and Yoga (and Acro Yoga) $10 per workshop $25 all day. 1500 Central Ave, Palm Coast. Palmcoastartsfoundation.com FB = 1983714078573981. 1ST FRIDAY • GARDEN WALK 10am – noon, Washington Oaks Gardens State Park, Garden Parking Lot, Palm Coast, 386-446-6783. . 1ST SATURDAY 8am, Oct 7 -”Big Sit” at Princess Place, No walking. Creekside Festival. Nov 4 - Matanzas Inlet - Just north of Flagler County on A1A, Best shorebirds! flagleraudubonsociety.org. NOV 5 • SEEKING GUINNESS WORLD RECORD 2-4pm, The American Flag Project.org (a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization) is inviting all to try for “The largest number of people standing holding an American Flag in one place.” Only 8”X12” stick flags with the project label on them will be admitted. Flags available at event for$1. Flagler County Airport, 201 Airport Rd, Palm Coast, 386-437-0401. NOV 11 CIRQUE SALUTES VETERANS 2pm, Veterans themed cirque style show: Power skips, cyr wheel, balancing, teeter board and chair stacking. $10 – 40 . 150 Central Av, Town Center, Palm Coast Palmcoastartsfoundation.com

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NOV 11 • VETERANS DAY Join us as we honor those who serve. Heroes Memorial Park, 2860 Palm Coast Pkwy,Palm Coast, palmcoastgov.com.

FUNDRAISERS

OCT 15 • JAX JAGUARS V LA RAMS 11am – 10pm, Bus ride to Everbank Field. Luxurious Sky Patio, 3 hours of unlimited food and beverage until the start of the game. $100125. S.R. Perrott Building, 1280 US Highway 1, Ormond Beach.

OCT 13 • Ring Of Fire at Prince Of Peace Fest 7-11pm, Johnny Cash Tribute Band at October Fest. Free. Prince of Peace Catholic Church, 600 S Nova Rd, Ormond Beach. 386-672-5272.

2ND SATURDAY • WASHINGTON OAKS GARDEN PLANT SALE 10am – 2pm Volunteer led walk through gardens at 11am. Plant Sale for your home or yard. 386-302-5590.

2ND TUES • SONGWRITERS IN THE ROUND 7-10pm, Sip Gold Leaf Coffee, view art exhibit, participate in art activities, listen to rotating local musicians share stories and experiences behind the music they write. Frame of Mind, 23 W. Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach, 386-673-0577.

3RD TUESDAY • FOOD TRUCK TUESDAYS 5-8pm, Gourmet food trucks, games, DJ, arts & crafts, Beer and wine. Proceeds to: Pink Army. Central Park in Town Center. Palmcoastgov.com i

OCT 21 - 23 • Kopy Kats Musical Revue, Broadway musical dance tradition, 7:30-9:30pm $20. Ormond Beach Performing Arts Center, 399 N. US1, Ormond Beach, 386-676-3375

OCT 14 • LAS VEGAS CASINO NIGHT 6-10pm, Food, prizes and fun for all. $30. VFW Post 8696, Palm Coast, 386-445-5880. OCT 14 & 15 • BIKE MS PGA TOUR CYCLE TO THE SHORE 7:30am, TPC Sawgrass to Daytona Beach and back. 1 and 2 day routes, fully-stocked rest stops every 10-12 miles, lunch stop daily, medical personnel and motorcycle escorts. Proceeds: MS research and services to those diagnosed. 5430 Palm Valley Rd, Ponte Vedra Beach.to Bandshell. OCT 15 • PINK 5K RUN/ 1 MILE PET WALK 7:45am, Masquerade theme. Pets encouraged for walk. Proceeds: Breast Cancer Awareness. $10-25. Florida Hospital Flagler, Palm Coast. Register: Palmcoastgov.com.

MISCELLANEOUS FAVER -DYKES STATE PARK IS CLOSED until further notice due to Hurricane Irma. For more information, visit Florida State Park’s Storm Update Webpage. 3RD TUESDAY • FLAGLER COUNTY BUS TOURS 9:30am-2:30pm. 204 E Moody Blvd, Bunnell. Cost does not include lunch at Bull Creek Fish Camp. Reservations 386-439-5003.

WORKSHOPS/CLASSES EVERY TUESDAY BAM “BALANCE AND MOTION” CLASS 10:30 – 11am, FREE. Florida Health Care Plans, 471 S Nova Rd, Ormond Beach, 386-676-7110. EVERY THURSDAY • LINE AND LUNCH 11am – 1pm. Line dance for the fun of it. All levels. $6 members, $9 not yet members, includes Lite lunch. The Ballroom, 1250 Hand Ave, Ormond Beach, (386) 316-4063. 2ND & 4TH THURSDAY • ART OF HEALING 3-4:30pm, Free. Visual arts program. Cancer Care Center, Florida Hospital, 224 Memorial Medical Pkwy, Ormond. Reservations, 386-231-2229.

Packs Pantry. $50. 31 Supper Club, 31 W Granada Blvd, Ormond Beach, 31supperclub.com. OCT 14 • BREAST CANCER MUSIC FEST Raise money for Making Strides Breast Cancer Association. Day of family fun with raffles,50/50, auctions, kids activities, LIVE MUSIC all day and more. POST 1 - Americans for Constitutional Rights, 745 Ridgewood Ave, Holly Hill, 386-253-3993 OCT 22 • SUNDAY SOUL BRUNCH ORMOND 10:30am – noon, Brunch buffet menu, musical guest the JAM! . Emphasis on life, meaning, and soul. Proceeds: Missing Peace and CollectiveProviding aid and support those in Puerto Rico. Bring toiletries to send to Puerto Rico. $15 Adult, $5 Child. Ormond Brewing Company, 301 Division Ave Unit 15, Ormond Beach, 386-256-3904. OCT 28 • JÓTÉKONYSÁGI MAGYAR GÁLA - HUNGARIAN GALA 6pm, A Night in Hungary: traditional costume, authentic food, music and folk dance. Door prizes. $30 till Oct 24, then $40, 12-18 yo $15, <12 free. La’s Bistro, 439 South Nova Road, Ormond Beach. RSVP 386-589-9327. hungariancommunitychurch.org. OCT 28 • PUB CRAWL INCLUDING ARTS ON GRANADA 6-9pm, Combination of Pub Crawl and Wine Down Thursday. Proceeds: light the way. Arts on Granada, 67 W Granada Blvd, Ormond Beach, 386-492-3080. FB =362808417512196. NOV 4 & 5 MUTT PUTT 10am-9pm, Hush Puppy Haven event. Saturday - putt putt tournament. $100. Sunday, have fun and support a great organization. Donations. Pirate’s Cove of Ormond Beach, 226 Cardinal Dr, Ormond Beach, facebook.com/events/1470941566251377.

MISCELLANEOUS Every Wednesday • DISTILLERY TOUR AND TASTINGS 5-8pm, Free Copper Bottom Craft Distillery, 998 N Beach St, Holly Hill, 386-267-5104. 1ST FRIDAY • SINGLES NIGHT 7-11pm, Evening of Social Dance where you meet new friends. Hosted by Orlino & Donna. The Ballroom, Inc, 1250 Hand Ave, Ormond Beach, FB = 268168890335461. OCT 17 • LOCALS NIGHT 6pm, Craft beer, authentic Mexican food and shop for handmade goods from local vendors. (locally roasted coffee, baked goods, edible starter plants, vintage clothing & more) Ormond Brewing Company, 30 Division Ave, Ormond Beach. FB = 1722066804762979. 2ND WED ª HOLLY HILL BOOK CLUB 1pm, Museum. 1066 Ridgewood Ave., Holly Hill. 386-673-1232. NOV 9 • SNAPPER’S COVE RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY 4-5pm, Healthier options! Fish Taco’s Mon, Tues and Wed: grilled or fried fish, Bag of Chips and cold nonalcoholic drink. 2 for $7.50 or 3 for $9.50. Happy Hour 11am - 6 pm Daily. 855 S Nova Rd, Ormond Beach, 386-265-0120

ORMOND BEACHSIDE FESTIVALS OCT 21 • KING OF THE GRILL COMPETITION 12-6pm, TV for sports, Live entertainment, Kids zone, beer garden. $5, 10< free. $10 tasting cards. Look for Porkie Chopper. Proceeds: Ormond Beach Chamber. Rockefeller Gardens, 25 Riverside Drive in Ormond Beach. 386-677-3454

GALLERIES/MUSEUMS NOW – NOV 12 • PHOTOS BY FOUR Harriet Blum’s B & W Landscapes, Naturescapes from New York’s Thomas Pickarski, Christopher Paul Brown digital alchemy and Jeff Beekman’s battlefield project. Ormond Memorial Art Museum, 78 E Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach, ormondartmuseum.org. UNTIL OCT 31 • ORMOND BEACH ART GUILD Artwork will be featured throughout the month of October. The Casements, 25 Riverside Drive, Ormond Beach, 386-767-3216.

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OCT 12-15 • OCTOBERFEST 2017 Th 6-10pm, Fri 6-11pm, Sat 12-11pm, Sun 12-6pm, Carnival rides, food, drinks, games, live entertainment.Beer garden. Parking $3-5. Wristbands, $15-30 Discounts if purchased in advance. Prince of Peace Catholic Church, 600 S Nova Rd, Ormond Beach, 386-672-5272. popoctoberfest.com.

NOV 3 • MOVIES ON THE HALIFAX Moana, 7pm, Dec 8: Arthur Christmas, 6pm. Free. The Casements, Rockefeller Gardens, 26 Riverside Dr, Ormond. 386-676-3216.

OCT 14 • OLD HOLLYWOOD COSTUME PARTY 6:30pm, valet parking, costume party, silent and live auctions, live entertainment. Proceeds to Provision

FAMILY/YOUTH 1ST FRI • FREE FAMILY ART NIGHT 6-7:30pm, be creative together, Ormond Memorial Art Museum, 78 E Granada Blvd, 386-676-3347.

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ell October is here, and soon it will be time to cuddle up with that special someone in front of the fireplace. There is no better way to a man’s, or woman’s, heart then by pleasing their stomach. It’s very manly to show your grill knowledge, and we women know how you men love our quick and flavorful kitchen skills (or vice versa). This recipe covers all the above. It’s simple, delicious and so fast and easy. Chicken thighs are the juiciest, most flavorful part of the chicken, I think. This go-to potato side recipe is elegant as well. Chop up a head of Romaine Lettuce and toss it with your favorite Caesar Salad Dressing and garnish with a couple croutons and you have a complete meal. I would pair this with a buttery Chardonnay. One that won’t break your wallet, JOSH, or take it up a notch and splurge on LA CREMA. (Don’t worry if he prefers beer, a Stella would pair nicely.) And for dessert...the coals are still hot, why not show a little of your playful side. Bon Appetite!

GRILLED CHILI-RUBBED CHICKEN THIGHS INGREDIENTS

Oil, for grates Coarse salt 12 bone-in, skin-on chicken thighs, trimmed of excess fat Chili Rub: 2 tablespoons brown sugar 1 tablespoon paprika 2 teaspoons onion powder 1-1/2 teaspoons salt 1 teaspoon chili powder

DIRECTIONS

1. Heat a grill to medium-high; lightly oil grates. 2. Meanwhile, generously salt both sides of the chicken and then rub with chili rub; set aside. Sear the chicken over the hotter part of the grill, 1 to 2 minutes on each side. Move the chicken to the cooler part of the grill, cover, and grill, turning occasionally until fully cooked through, 12 to 16 minutes. Transfer to platter and serve hot, warm, or at room temperature.

BOILED NEW POTATOES INGREDIENTS

Coarse salt 1 1/2 pounds small red new potatoes, well scrubbed

2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 3 tablespoons parsley, coarsely chopped

DIRECTIONS

1. In a large pot of boiling salted water, cook potatoes until tender but not falling apart, 10 to 15 miuntes (timing will vary depending upon the size of potatoes; test with a fork to see if done). Drain in a colander, rinse under cold water, and shake to remove excess water. 2. Halve potatoes and transfer to a bowl along with oil; season with salt and toss with parsley.

GRILLED DONUTS INGREDIENTS

glazed doughnuts Nonstick cooking spray

DIRECTIONS Heat charcoal or gas grill to medium-low. Coat doughnuts with cooking spray. Grill doughnuts, covered, until lightly browned, 30 seconds to 1 minute per side. Watch closely to avoid burning. Serve grilled doughnuts with Mint Julep Dip and Strawberry Basil Dip. MINT JULEP DIP Ingredients 6 tablespoons sugar • 1 tablespoon packed fresh mint leaves • 6 ounces cream cheese, softened (3/4 cup) • 1/4 cup milk • 2 tablespoons bourbon Directions: In a small bowl combine sugar and mint leaves. Using a wooden spoon mash mint and sugar until fragrant, 30 seconds to 1 minute. In a blender container or food processor combine sugar mixture, cream cheese, milk, and bourbon. Cover; blend or process until smooth, stopping to scrape down sides as necessary. Serve immediately. STRAWBERRY BASIL DIP Ingredients:6ounces fresh strawberries, hulled (about 1 1/4 cups) • 4 ounces cream cheese, softened (1/4 cup) • 3 tablespoons honey • 1 tablespoon packed fresh basil leaves Directions In a blender or small food processor combine strawberries, cream cheese, and honey. Cover; blend or process until smooth, stopping to scrape down sides as necessary. Add basil; pulse until just chopped. Serve immediately.

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

DINE AND CRUISE

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

THE ORIGINAL FIRST TURN

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

LAGERHEADS BAR & GRILL

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

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

PIZZA

GOTHAM PIZZA

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

Start off your meal right with Firecracker Shrimp, Fried Fish Bites or Chicken PUB FOOD 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. This location is launching an all new full menu this month as well as opening for (386) 788-5434 lunch! The Mac and Cheese will bring a tear to your eye. The best Reuben in the State. Nightly specials like Wing Wednesday or Irish Taco Tuesday. Every day Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily with daily food and drink specials. NFL you’ll find comfort foods like Guinness Stew and Corned Beef and Cabbage, Fish Ticket and Karaoke Wednesday and Friday’s 7-11. Enjoy menu creations like the and Chips and more! Full Bar. Special Events. Bar Room Sports. 393 W. Granada Daytona 500 Omelet and Poseidon’s Fury (spicy wings and shrimp) Outdoor dining Blvd., Ormond Beach. (386) 677-2700 offered at Captain Jack’s Drunken Parrot Tiki Bar. 219 S. Atlantic Ave. Daytona Beach

FLETCHER’S IRISH PUB

NEPTUNE’S SPORTS PUB & CAFE

FLAPJACK JOHNNY’S

BURGEY’S TIKI HUT

HILTON DAYTONA BEACH RESORT/OCEAN WALK VILLAGE

RACING’S NORTH TURN

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

Go where the locals go! Great laid back feel with friendly staff, full bar and delicious homemade selections just steps away from Daytona Beach and the Boardwalk Shops! Try one of their favorites: Mahi Mahi Tacos, Tiki Cuban, Jumbo Pork Tenderloin, Peel ‘N Eat Shrimp. 2 Happy Hours, 2-4 PM & 10-Midnight. Open 10 AM-3 PM. 1010 Main St. (386) 872-5657

SEAFOOD

THE ROOF AT JOE’S CRAB SHACK

Visit our Raw Bar featuring Peel & Eat Shrimp, Fresh Oysters Grilled Seafood Tower and Chilled Snow Crab. Bar Grub like our Classic Crab Dip, Buffalo Shrimp Nachos and Old Bay Wings. Great Sandwiches such as our Grouper Reuben, Roof Burger and Fish or Shrimp Tacos. Kids Menu and full bar. Live Entertainment. 1200 Main Street, at the Boardwalk, Daytona Beach. (386) 238-4050.

OTTER’S ON THE RIVER

Specializing in the freshest and best quality seafood around and hand-cut aged steaks. Start with Clams Casino, Coconut Shrimp or Mini Crab Cakes. Try out Homemade Lobster Bisque with 5 lbs of minced Lobster meat. Raw Bar featuring Oysters, Muscles and Clams. Wraps, Burgers, and other hand held favorites. Slow Roasted Prime Rib, Hand-cut Steaks, Lobster Mac and cheese and much more. Full bar, inside and outside, Pool, Live Entertainment, Specialty Cocktails. 4380 Carraway Place, Sanford. (407) 636-6300

Quickly spreading across Florida, serving Breakfast and Lunch. Specialty Pancakes made from scratch, homemade comfort food in a down home yet modern decor. Coffees, Homemade Dessert Case, Breakfast Served all day. Soups, Salads, Seasonal Dishes. Corned Beef Hash made daily. 5543 S. Williamson in the Port Orange Pavilion. (386) 492-3209

UNCLE WALDO’S SPORTS PUT & BILLIARDS

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

ICE CREAM

RITTER’S FROZEN CUSTARD

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

ATLANTIC CREAMERY

GRAND OPENING was this month. Stop by and say hello to the Meyer family. Exclusively serving Hershey’s Ice Cream in Cones, Sundaes, Hand-packed pints and quarts, Daily Specials, Milk Shakes, Featuring Fall Flavors. Open at noon, Closed Mondays.

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DAYTONA IRON HORSE SALOON 1068 N US 1 DAYTONA BEACH, 386-677-1550. 4-5pm. Free draft beer in your Iron Horse mug. Steak tips, pork chops, pizza and BBQ. Free concerts Oct 14, 15, 16: Razorbacks, 6pm Oct 14: Danny Charles, 2-3:30pm; LA Robinson, 4-5:30pm; Razorbacks, 6-7:30pm; Razorbacks, 8-9:30pm, Oct 15: Tornado Factory, 2-3:30pm; LA Robinson, 4-5:30pm; Razorbacks, 6-7:30pm; Razorbacks, 8-9:30pm, Oct 16: Danny Charles 12-1:30pm, LA Robinson, 2-3:30pm; Deep Pocket Lizards, 4-5:30pm; Razorbacks, 6-7:30pm; Razorbacks, 8-9:30pm, Oct 17: LA Robinson, 12-1:30pm Tornado Factory, 2-3:30pm; Danny Charles, 4-5:30p; Miss Intent, 6-7:30pm; Oct 18: Danny Charles, 12-1:30pm Deep Pocket Lizards, 2-3:30pm; Cold Hard Cash, 4-5:30pm; Miss Intent, 6-7:30pm; Jasmine Caid, 8-9:30pm; Oct 19: Tornado Factory, 12-1:30pm Pete Schlegel, 2-3:30pm; D.A.C., 4-5:30pm; Creed Fisher, 6-7:30pm; Cold Hard Cash, 8-9:30pm; Jared Blake, 10pm – 12am Oct 20: JB Walker, 12-1:30pm; Creed Fisher, 2-3:30pm; D.A.C., 4-5:30pm; Pete Shlegel, 6-7:30pm; Cold Hard Cash, 8-9:30pm; Mustang Sally, 10pm – 12am Oct 21: Tornado Factory, 12-1:30pm; BJ Willbang, 2-3:30pm; D.A.C., 4-5:30pm; Hillbilly Vegas, 6-7:30pm; JB Walker, 8-9:30pm; Mustang Sally, 10pm – 12am Oct 22: Deep Pocket Lizards, 12-1:30pm; JB Walker, 2-3:30pm; Tornado Factory, 4-5:30pm; D.A.C, 6-7:30pm; Miss Intent, 8-9:30pm THE ROOF AT JOE’S CRAB SHACK 1200 MAIN STREET DAYTONA BEACH, 386-238-4050. Oct 13: Gnarlz Jr 7pm Oct 14: 5 Time Shag 7pm Biketoberfest Oct 19: Beartoe ft Billy Dean 3pm Oct 20: DJ KRB 2pm- Close, Displace 3pm7pm, Perego (Art Performance) 5pm Oct 21: DJ KRB 2pm-Close, Displace 3pm7pm, Perego (Art Performance) 5pm Monster Mash Halloween on The Roof Oct 27 Nirvanna and Blink 182 Tributes 7pm, No cover Oct 28 Last Electric Rodeo and Harum Scarum w Dj Jurrasic Jack 7pm, No cover Nov 3 Matt Weis 4pm Nov 4 Matt Weis 4pm PIN UPS GENTLEMAN’S CLUB 400 E INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY, DAYTONA BEACH, 386-275-1429. Nightly DJ. Free parking.

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. DAYTONA CIGAR CLUB 200 BEACH ST,, DAYTONA BEACH 386-872-3057. Tantalizing Thursdays, 5:30 - 7:30pm. Live Jazz every Friday night,6-9pm THE TERRACE 415 MAIN ST., DAYTONA BEACH, 386-265-4227 DJ’s on Thursday - Sunday. Full menu till 9pm. . HILTON DAYTONA OCEANWALK McCoy’s Rum Room 100 N Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach, 386-243-8200 Thur, Stormin’ Norman Karoake, 9pm – 12am Wed, Ladies Night: DJ KRB 8-11, specialty Martini’s $5 Live Bands Fri and Sat nights. MAIN STREET STATION 316 MAIN STREET, DAYTONA BEACH, 386-214-1389. Closed Mondays & Tuesdays, Wed music at 8pm, Fri & Sat at 8:30pm, Sunday at 4pm Wednesday Bike Nights at Main Street Station, 7-10pm. $1 Longnecks, Burger Bar $4 Burgers and $4 Hot Dogs with all the fixins, Garage Gear for sale, $2 Jell-O Shots and more! Midnight Mayhem, 8:30 p.m. Oct. 13 10 year anniversary party with Control Freak, 8:30 p.m. Oct. 14 Annual Battle of Babes featuring over 20 female fronted bands to benefit Florida Breast Cancer Foundation, 1 p.m. to 1 a.m. Oct. 15 Open Monday and Tuesday, Oct 16 & 17 for Biketoberfest. Diesel, 8:30 p.m. Oct. 16 Rockabilly Riot with New York Rockabilly Rockits and The Peyton’s, 8 p.m. Oct. 17 Biketoberfest Kickoff Party with Big Engine, 8:30 p.m. Oct. 18 BIKETOBERFEST - 8 full service bars, specialty shots and soaked candies, 10am – 2pm, $2 for $2 longnecks Oct 19: Front Stage: 10am - Johnny Foley 1pm - The Living Deads 5pm - Microwave Dave and the Nukes 8pm - Thunder Jack, A Tribute to AC/DC 10pm - Crashrocket Main Stage: 1pm - Bawdy Boys 3pm - Jonathan Rocks 4pm - Bearded Brothers 8pm - Leaving Eden 10pm - Saving Abel 1am - Bawdy Boys Oct 20: Front Stage: 10am - Johnny Reed Foley 1pm - The Living Deads

5pm - Microwave Dave and the Nukes 8pm - Thunder Jack, A Tribute to AC/DC 10pm - Bearded Brothers Main Stage: 1pm - Bawdy Boys 4pm - Leaving Eden 7pm - Greg Warren 10pm - Big Engine 1am - Bawdy Boys Oct 21: Front Stage: 11am - Red Gate 3pm - Bawdy Boys 5pm - Microwave Dave and Nukes 8pm - Leaving Eden 10pm - Crashrocket Main Stage: 1pm - The Living Deads 5pm - DIESEL 8pm - Papa Wheelie 10pm - Two Wolf 12am - Nova Rex 1am - Bawdy Boys Oct 22: Front Stage: 10am - Bawdy Boys 1pm - The Living Deads 5pm - Microwave Dave Main Stage: 1pm - Miss Main Street Station 3pm - Big Engine 7pm - Crashrocket After Biketober Bike Night, 7-11 p.m. Oct. 25 You Paint, We Pour- A Paint Party, 7 p.m. Oct. 26 Rock-O-Ween with Rockit Fly, 8 p.m. Oct. 27 Hayfire, 9 p.m. Oct. 28 Diesel, 4-8 p.m. Oct. 29 Bike Night with Crashrocket, 8 p.m. Nov. 1 Crashrocket, 8:30 p.m. Nov. 3 Thrillville, 8:30 p.m. Nov. 4 Sunday Funday, 4-8 p.m. Nov. 5 Bike Night with Penta, 8 p.m. Nov. 8 Greg Warren Band, 8:30 p.m. Nov. 10 Orange Ave, 8:30 p.m. Nov. 11 Bike Night with Diesel, 8 p.m. Nov. 15 MARK’S SPORTS PUB 2045 S RIDGEWOOD AVE, DAYTONA BEACH 386-767-2277 Sunday Open Jam, 7-11pm Free Poker Every Tuesday night Karaoke with Scotty every Wed and Thurs Live Music from 9:30pm Oct. 13 & 14 TBA Oct. 20, 21 DIESEL Oct. 27, 28 CRUSH Nov. 3 & 4 INSOMNIA Nov. 10, 11 STONEFREE NEPTUNE’S SPORTS PUB AND CAFÉ, CORNER OF A1A AND ISB 219 S ATLANTIC AVE, DAYTONA BEACH 386-256-2536.

Live Entertainment, Karaoke every Friday. NEW Location – 415 Main St, 2 floors DAYTONA BEACH RACING AND CARD CLUB • 960 S WILLIAMSON BLVD, DAYTONA BEACH, 386-252-6484. DAYTONAGREYHOUND.COM. Oct 19: BIKETOBERFEST BASH. 7-9pm, Never Stop Believin’ – Journey Tribute band. Vendors, 50/50 raffle, Beer specials, grand prize giveaway. FREE.

PORT ORANGE ORIGINAL FIRST TURN 5236 S RIDGEWOOD AVE, PORT ORANGE 386-788-5434. Oct 11. Sam Seas 6 Oct 12. Megan Stuart Duo 6 Oct 13. Hayfire 7 Oct 14. Penta 6 Oct 15. Honey Moonshine 4 Oct 17. Blues Jam w/Stone Free Band 6, Bike Night 7 - 9 , Karaoke inside w/Just George 6 Oct 18. Crashrocket 6 Oct 19. Easystreet 2, Mistreater 6 Oct 20. Linda Long 12, Megan Katarina 2, Mistreater 6 Oct 21. Linda Long 12, 4 Play 2, Easystreet 6 Oct 22. Buzzard Luck 1 Oct 24. Blues Jam w/Stone Free Band 6, Bike Night 7 - 9 , Karaoke inside w/Rockstar Bob 6 Oct 25. John Long 6 Oct 26. Jimmy Z. 6 Oct 27. Wildcard 6 Oct 28. Hog-O-Ween Party with WHOG radio 7 pm , The FUBARS 8 Oct 29. Reuben ‘Lounge Lizard’ 4 Oct 31. Blues Jam w/Stone Free Band 6, Bike Night 7 - 9 , Karaoke inside w/Just George 6 Nov 1. Carl B. 6 Nov 2. Megan Stuart 6 Nov 3. Then2Now 6 Nov 4. Cornhole Madness monthly tournament 1 , Easystreet 6 Nov 5. Brothers Within 4 Nov 7. Blues Jam w/Stone Free Band 6, Bike Night 7 - 9 , Karaoke inside w/Rockstar Bob 6 Nov 8. Linda Long 6 Nov 9. Adam James 6 Nov 10. Hayfire 7

PONCE INLET RACINGS NORTH TURN 4511 S ATLANTIC AVE, PONCE INLET 386-322-3258. Football Specials are: $13 Beer Buckets of Bud, Bud Light, Coors Light & Miller Lite $4 Captain, Bacardi, Smirnoff & Skyy Drinks $5 Tito’s, Sailor Jerrys & Jack Daniels Drinks Plus pizza, quesadilla, nacho and other food specials

Oct 10 - Mark Moore 6-cl Oct 11 - Eddie Uzzle & Steve Hageman 6-cl Oct 12 - Country Night w/ Willy Bouton, Mike Caso & Kenny Sphire Oct 13 - Then2Noiw 6-cl Oct 14 - Tymz 2 1-5pm, Parallel 6-cl Oct 15 - Then2Now 5-cl Oct 16 - Donn Hill 6-cl Oct 17 - Mark Moore 6-cl Oct 18 - Eddie Uzzle & Steve Hageman 6-cl Oct 19 - Country Night w/ Willy Bouton, Mike Caso & Kenny Sphire Oct 20 - Then2Noiw 6-cl Oct 21 - Tymz 2 1-5pm, Parallel 6-cl Oct 22 - Then2Now 5-cl Oct 23 - Donn Hill 6-cl Oct 24 - Mark Moore 6-cl Oct 25 - Eddie Uzzle & Steve Hageman 6-cl Oct 26 - Country Night w/ Willy Bouton, Mike Caso & Kenny Sphire Oct 27 - Then2Noiw 6-cl Oct 28 - Burgh Bros 1-5pm, Parallel 6-cl Oct 29 - Then2Now 5-cl Oct 30 - Donn Hill 6-cl Oct 31 - Mark Moore 6-cl Nov 1 - Eddie Uzzle & Steve Hageman 6-cl Nov 2 - Country Night w/ Willy Bouton, Mike Caso & Kenny Sphire Nov 3 - TBD Nov 4 - Burgh Bros 1-5pm, Parallel 6-cl Nov 5 - Then2Now 5-cl Nov 6 - Donn Hill 6-cl Nov 7 - Mark Moore 6-cl Nov 8 - Eddie Uzzle & Steve Hageman 6-cl Nov 9 - Country Night w/ Willy Bouton, Mike Caso & Kenny Sphire Nov 10 - Then2Noiw 6-cl Nov 11 - Brothers Within 1-5pm, Parallel 6-cl Nov 12 - Then2Now 5-cl

ORMOND FLETCHERS IRISH PUB 393 W GRANADA BLVD ORMOND BEACH, 386-677-2700 Oct 21: Insomnia, 9pm. Tues: Locals night $4 calls Wed: Wing Night Thurs: Ladies night, free well drinks 9pm-midnight. Fri: $2 PBR, $3 Guinness. Foosball, basketball, steel and plastic tipped darts, pool outside tables. 40 beers on tap. BEAVER BAR 1105 N US HWY 1, ORMOND BEACH 386-673-3400 Monday – Wing Night Tuesday -Seafood Platter Night Karaoke every Wednesday Reuben the Lounge Lizard every Thursday DJ every Friday, 4th Friday Reggae Live bands every Saturday - featuring The Chris

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Hiatt Band every second Saturday Open Jam on Sundays. Oct 13 DJ Melissa Oct 14 DJ Melissa Oct 15 Open Jam with the Anthony Wild Band Oct 16 Deep Pocket Lizards Oct 17 Peach Life Oct 18 Throw Down Jones Oct 19 TBA Oct 20 Rusty Wright Band 3 PM, Throw Down Jones 8 PM-Midnight Oct 21 Rusty Wright Band 3 PM, Throw Down Jones 8 PM-Midnight Oct 22 Open Jam with Anthony Wild Band . LAGERHEADS BAR & GRILL 2986 OCEANSHORE BLVD, ORMOND BEACH 386-265-1977. Every Sunday: Don Hill, Oct 12, 26 Every Monday and Tuesday: Eddie Every Wednesday: Reuben Every Saturday: Robert Keele, 12 – 4pm Oct 13: Chip Brock Oct 19: Gary Not Quite Wright Oct 20: Justin Oct 27: Lou McNally Nov weekend bands TBD TROPICAL TATTOO 825 S YONGE ST. 386-672-1888. TROPICALTATTOO.COM. 11am – 10pm. Live Music. Southern Rock Band Big Rick and The Trouble Makers Oct 19: 11am4pm, Chopper Time Bike Show. Guest Artist. MC Roadside Marty. Proceeds: Veterans Home and ARNI Foundation.

SAMSULA CABBAGE PATCH BAR 549 TOMOKA FARMS RD. SAMSULA, 386-428-5459. Live music daily during Biketoberfest. Oct 21: Big Engine 7-11pm. CabbagePatchBar.com

SANFORD OTTER’S ON THE RIVER 4380 CARRAWAY PL., SANFORD 407-636-6300. Sat and Sun: Pool Party with Live Music or DJ, 11am-7pm Fri and Sat: Bonkers Comedy Show. Doors 6pm, Show 8pm Endless Brunch Buffet noon - 4pm $9.95, Add Unlimited Mimosas and Bloody Mary $5.99, Add Meat Station Shrimp Bar for $6.99. ST JOHNS RIVER STEAK & SEAFOOD 55 N PALMETTO AVE,SANFORD 404-878-0980. Local Musicians 6 – 9pm Friday and Saturday, 2-6pm Sunday


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Barkley Square Dog Park Ridgewood and Plymouth, Deland (386) large, medium and 736-5953 Benefits: 14 acres of rolling hills and oaks. Time-out small dogs Water station with bowls. spaces & small dog areas. Dog watering stations. Bed-N-Biscuit Inn 711 John Anderson Hwy., Flagler Beach (386) Waste stations with bags supplied. 439-4006 Benefits: Two Bark Parks (one N ew S myrna for all size dogs, one for miniature dogs). Dog Park 2641 OCTOBER Doggy Pool ($5 per dog/ $24 per month) Paige Ave., New Pet grooming and boarding. LOCAL PET SITTING/WALKING Smyrna Beach. www.ajnetty.com • 386-304-1100 Bicentennial Park 1800 N. Oceanshore Benefits: A one acre SOPHIE’S CIRCLE DOG RESCUE Blvd., Ormond Beach 386-736-595. Foster or Adopt Dog’s Rescued from fenced area divided Open from sunrise to sunset every day, Hurricane Harvey 312 Juila St. NSB into large dog and encompasses 40 acres stretching from 32168 • 386-690-6771 small dog play the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax River. In OCTOBER 19TH RUFF RIDE areas. A 30 x 40 shade shelter with dog and addition to the dog park, amenities include a BIKETOBERFEST people water fountains. Grassed with open baseball field, an open play area, basketball Rider check-in and on-site registration areas with concrete structures for doggy court, tennis and volleyball courts, fishing at Halifax Humane Society 12:00 - 5:00 play. dock, pavilion and picnic area, playground, pm 2364 LPGA Blvd, Daytona Beach, Paw Park of Historic Sanford community building, restrooms, a nature FL 32124 427 French Ave. (US 17/92), Sanford, walk and boardwalk. OCTOBER 25TH YAPPY HOUR Downwind Cafe 5:30-7:30 • 100 Cessna Florida. City of Edgewater located in the SW corner Blvd, Port Orange, Florida 32128 Ponce Inlet Dog Beach Located on the of Rotary Park, 902 West Park Ave. Sponsored By : Halifax Humane Society Beach at Ponce Inlet and Peninsula. Gemini Springs Dog Park 37 Dirksen Drive, Benefits: Open 6am to 8:30pm. Benches, NOVEMBER 8TH YAPPY HOUR DeBary (386) 668-3810 Benefits: Two Lagerheads Bar & Grill 5:30-7:30 tables, poopbags, trees, parking, phones, sections one for 25 pounds and another for 2986 Oceanshore Blvd restrooms, water, trash cans, shelter. Space over 25 pounds. Dog wash stations. Water Flagler Beach, Florida 32176 for dogs to run, play and swim on the beach. fountains for dogs. Benches and picnic Sponsored by: Halifax Humane Society Riviera Oaks Dog Park Alabama Ave., Holly tables. PET FOOD PANTRY Hill. Benefits: Small dog and large dog areas. Halifax Humane Society Community Dog DISTRIBUTION LOCATIONS: Pond. 1 mile walking path. Park OPEN DAILY to the public & FREE Port Orange: Grace Episcopal Church • Sanford Dog Park 427 S French Ave, of charge: 10 am - 6 pm. 2364 LPGA 4110 S. Ridgewood Ave., • Port Orange, FL 32127 Sanford, Florida. Boulevard Daytona Beach, FL 32124 • First Monday of each month 9­–11am S eemore Dog Park 5959 Spruce Creek Rd. Keysville Dog Park 2461 Keysville Ave., New Smyrna Beach: 312 Julia Street every Port Orange Benefits: Separate spaces for Deltona (386) 878-8900 Benefits: Two Tuesday 8:30–11:00am small and large dogs. Next to All Children’s separate fenced areas for large and small West Volusia: St Jude’s Episcopal Church Park. Boardwalk. Restroooms. 815 W Graves Ave. • Orange City, FL 32763 dogs. Doggie watering stations. Playground 1st and 3rd Tuesday of month 8:30–10:00am • and walking trail just under 1/2 mile Wadsworth Park 2200 Moody Blvd. Flagler Also have food for families Basketball Court. Beach. Benefits: 60,000 sq. ft. fenced dog All Saints’ Episcopal Church: 155 Clark St. • park. Dogs can run unleashed and mingle Manatee Island Dog Park 325 North Beach Enterprise, FL 32725 • Every Wednesday 9–10am with other dogs. Separate sections for large Street, Daytona Beach, FL. This dog park • Also have food for families and small dogs. Benches. has a separate small dog area, plenty of shade and drinking water for the dogs. In Memory of Kathryn Went. Volusia County Mt. Dora Dog Park 1550 E 11th Ave., Mt Dora (352) 735-7183 Parks welcome dogs at all area parks as long as they are leashed Benefits: Fenced-in with double-gated entry Separate areas for and cleaned up after.

A Public Service to Those Who Still Smoke…

DAYTONA BEACH HILTON

100 North Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach Outdoor Bar Areas

DAYTONA CIGAR CLUB

200 South Beach St.,Daytona Beach

FLETCHERS IRISH PUB 393 W. Granada Blvd, Ormond Outdoor Tables

LAGERHEADS

2986 Oceanshore Blvd, Ormond-by-the-Sea Deck

MAIN STREET STATION

316 Main Street, Daytona Beach

MARK’S SPORTS BAR

2045 S. Ridgewood Ave., South Daytona

NEPTUNE’S’ SPORTS PUB

219 S. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach Cafe Seating

THE BEAVER BAR

1105 N. US Hwy 1, Ormond Beach (386) 673.3400 Outside Deck

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

OTTERS

4380 Carraway Place, Sanford Outside Bar and Pool Area

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

THE ROOF AT JOE’S CRAB SHACK

1200 Main St., Daytona Beach Outside Deck

CABBAGE PATCH

549 Tomoka Farms Rd., Samsula

PIN UPS

400 E. International Spdwy. Daytona Beach

IRON HORSE SALOON

1068 N. US Hwy-1 • Ormond

DINE AND CRUISE

125 Basin St. Daytona Beach Designated Smoking Areas

SURFSIDE TAVERN

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

UNCLE WALDO’S

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

DESIGNATED SMOKING AREA

Kmarks Events Presents another great DeLand Show! The first annual Deland Cheese & Wine Festival will take place at the Wayne C Sanborn Center Saturday, November 11, 2017 from 5pm-9pm to help support The ME STRONG Foundation. Which is a local group of women who joined together with a mission to provide a variety of ways of financial assistance to those battling cancer. This in-door Festival will include several different Wisconsin Cheeses from Ellsworth Cooperative Creamery paired with several different wines distributed by Southern Glazer Wine & Spirits, Wisconsin Cheese Curds will be available for sampling by Good Ones LLC, Cheese carving by Sara Kaufmann, Cigar Lounge, Vendor Village shopping, live Dueling Piano Show by Premier Pianos and more! We are still accepting area restaurants to enter in the Mac N Cheese Meltdown! Does your restaurant have what it takes to take the title? You can email DeLandCheeseandWineFest@ yahoo.com if you would like to enter. It is Free to enter! Our goal is to provide a nice evening indoors tasting cheese n wine with some great interactive entertainment! While raising money for a local DeLand cause, ME STRONG! We have two special guests at this great event! Leslye Gayle Radio talent of Magic 107.7 will be broadcasting live from the event, as well as Sarah Kaufmann will fly in from San Diego to carve cheese in to sculptures of DeLand’s finest things! These sculptures of Wisconsin Cheese will then be raffled off to benefit the Non-profit group, ME STRONG! Advance Admission Tickets are on sale now at www.DeLandCheeseandWineFest.com Advance Admission tickets are $35 and $45 at the door. This event is being Sponsored by Iheart Media and Magic 107.7 FM. Kmarks Events is a local promoter who also put on The Deland Bacon & Brew Fest and the upcoming Deland Eclectic Market. She love to put events to show off our great town of DeLand where this is something for everyone to do!

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“It was a good time, can’t wait to do it again. And the place is very nice on the inside. ”~ Eric Smith “This place is first class. A must stop if you’re in the Daytona Beach area.” ~ Henry Bittorf

TIM BLAKESLEE’S PIN UPS OF DAYTONA Girls and bikers just go together like champagne and caviar or is it beans and rice? Either way, the mix is sure to be the best time on the

beach at Daytona’s newest gentleman’s club, Pin Ups. Located at 400 East International Speedway Boulevard, Beachside just a couple blocks from the bridge, on the south side. You won’t miss the bright purple neon sign (newly replaced since hurricane Irma). With three and a half acres of parking you are guaranteed to find a spot. And once inside you can choose from bar seating, cozy tables or comfy leather couches. All while watching a rousing show and mingling with Daytona’s most beautiful ladies. And if you want to put a little sports in the mix, there are plenty of TVs and billiards. Here’s what some of their facebook followers had to say, “ Here’s what some of their facebook followers had to say, “ “Beautiful ladies, pool tables, great drink, good music, and awesome art.” ~ Alexis Austin

While Pin Ups is new to Daytona, I can assure you Pin Ups is not new to owner, and eight-year Coast Guard Veteran, proprietor Tim Blakeslee. A general contractor hailing from New Jersey, he began his Florida adventure when he left the Coast Guard and headed to Stuart, Florida in 2003 where he became a night club owner starting up several successful businesses. in the area. He later began a new career as a commercial real estate broker and after the crash of the market, he returned to the night club business and opened Pin Ups in Deland, Florida, where it flourished from 2008 until 2013. Excited about what was going to be a new phase in his life graduating Daytona State College to attend the Police Academy, that all ended when he was run over. He had a long road to recovery and his dreams were crushed. This time, Tim opened Pin Ups of Palm Bay with accountant and partner, Joe Loguidice. The business was a huge success and now they have brought their club and stellar reputation to Daytona Beach. And there is no doubt why Pin Ups was voted number one in hospitality. If the girls learn from their leader, success is certain in Daytona Beach as well. Approachable and, as the patrons say, “one of the nicest guys around.” you can meet Tim most nights from 7:00 PM to 3:00 AM greeting guests at Pin Ups.

Mondays are Service Industry Night, 2-4-1 Tuesdays, Ladies are invited for no cover on Wednesdays, and it’s Throw Back Thursdays. Starting with Biketoberfest, they’ll be opening at Noon. Happy Hour is daily and food is the latest addition to the menu. You can look forward to Bike Night Thursdays and Hip Hop Sunday. Make sure you stop in on Saturday, October 28 for what should be the sexiest Halloween party in Daytona: Pin Ups Sexy, Scary, Strange Halloween Party! With special guest Brazzers Adult Star, Amber Lynn Bach. You can also expect a pretty exciting costume contest. For more information call (386) 275-1429.

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2017 BIKETOBERFEST® IS CELEBRATING 25 YEARS! (Unless specified, events are for all of Biketoberfest.) WELCOME CENTER Information on 25th Chrome Biketoberfest 2017, 126 East Orange Ave, Daytona Beach, 386-255-0415. info@ daytonabeach.com Free (while supplies last) 25th Anniversary collectible Official Biketoberfest® posters, and pins. Visitors mark home town on world maps. Pre-register for a 25th Anniversary pin. DAYTONA BEACH THE ROOF AT JOE’S CRAB SHACK Oct 19 Beartoe ft Billy Dean 3pm Oct 20 DJ KRB 2pm- Close Displace 3pm-7pm Perego (Art Performance) 5pm Oct 21 DJ KRB 2pm-Close Displace 3pm-7pm Perego (Art Performance) 5pm 1200 Main St, Daytona Beach, 386-238-4050. Oct 19 BIKETOBERFEST BASH 7-9pm, Never Stop Believin’ – Journey Tribute band. Vendors, 50/50 raffle, Beer specials, grand prize giveaway. FREE. Daytona Beach Racing and Card Club, 960 S Williamson Blvd, 386-252-6484. Daytonagreyhound.com. BURGEYS TIKI Live music nightly during Biketoberfest. All day and night Sat., All Day Sunday. 1010 Main St, 386-872-5657. Oct 19 OFFICIAL KICK OFF TO BIKETOBERFEST 2017 10am, Press conference open to the public. Harley-Davidson Thunder Alley Stage next to the FPL Solar Pavilion in the Midway. Fan-friendly area. Daytona International Speedway. Oct 19 RUFF RIDE BIKETOBERFEST 12-5pm, Seven stops from Halifax Humane Society to Iron Horse Saloon. Proceeds: Halifax Humane Society. $25 by Oct 18, $30 t-shirt, poker hand, dinner at Iron Horse. Halifax Humane Society, Inc., 2364 Lpga Blvd, Daytona Beach. PIN UPS GENTLEMAN’S CLUB Pin Up contest, wet t-shirt contest, food, beer, alcohol, bikes and babes. 3 1/2 acres FREE parking, girls, girls, girls! 400 E International Speedway. BIKER DINNER BUFFET 5-10pm, Oct 19, All-you-can-eat Texas BBQ buffet, $32 plus tax. Oct 20 & 21, Prime rib, snow crab & seafood buffet $44.95 plus tax. Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean at Doc Bales’ Grill, Hilton Daytona Beach, 100 North Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach, 386-254-8200. Oct 20-22 BLOODY MARY BAR 11am, Wake up with our famous Bloody Mary selection and bring excitement to your day. Featuring the area’s largest selection of vodka and hand-crafted ingredients. Hilton Beachside, McCoys Rum Room, 386.254.8200. Oct 19 TEXAS BBQ BUFFET 6-10pm, The oceanfront, the color, the fun—Hilton Daytona has a flavor all its own. Hickory smoked brisket, pork, ribs, sausage, chicken and freshly prepared home style vegetables. $32.Hilton Beachside, McCoys Rum Room, 386-254-8200 Ext. 7033 Oct 22 IMRG COAST TO COAST, SUNRISE TO SUNSET RIDE 6am – 6:40pm, Epic ride to watch the sun rise over the Atlantic, then chase it across the state of Florida to watch it set in the Gulf in the same day. Indian Motorcycle Daytona Beach, 290 N Beach St, Daytona Beach REGISTER: imrg1949.com/coast-to-coast-imrg-ride/ BOOT HILL SALOON “You’re better off here than across the street!” Live entertainment, concerts, vendors, souvenirs and lots of fun daily. Oldest Bikefest Tee Contest. Fireball Daisy Dukes/Bikini Contest. Highway To Hell The Ultimate AC/ DC Tribute Oct 20 & 21 at 9:30pm. 310 Main St. Oct 19-22 BIKETOBERFEST AT PINEWOOD CEMETERY 10am-9pm, Historic and been in operation since 1887. Located across the street from the Boot Hill Saloon, daily tours, purchase t-shirts for charity. Peninsula and Main St, Daytona Beach. Oct 14 – 22 MAIN STREET STATION BIKETOBERFEST Pool, HOTTEST bartenders. NEW VIP Lounge and Tickets, 1 Day pass $50, 3 Day All Access Pass $125. Main Street Station, 316 Main St. Open Monday and Tuesday, Oct 16 & 17 for Biketoberfest. 8 full service bars, specialty shots and soaked candies. 10am – 2pm, $2 for $2 longnecks Biketoberfest Kickoff Party with Big Engine, 8:30 p.m. Oct. 18. 10pm - Crashrocket Oct 19: Main Stage: Front Stage: 1pm - Bawdy Boys 10am - Johnny Foley 3pm - Jonathan Rocks 1pm - The Living Deads 4pm - Bearded Brothers 5pm - Microwave Dave and the Nukes 8pm - Leaving Eden 8pm - Thunder Jack, A Tribute to AC/DC

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10pm - Saving Abel 8pm - Leaving Eden 1am - Bawdy Boys 10pm - Crashrocket Oct 20: Main Stage: Front Stage: 1pm - The Living Deads 10am - Johnny Reed Foley 5pm - DIESEL 8pm - Papa Wheelie 1pm - The Living Deads 10pm - Two Wolf 5pm - Microwave Dave and the Nukes 12am - Nova Rex 8pm - Thunder Jack, A Tribute to AC/DC 1am - Bawdy Boys 10pm - Bearded Brothers Oct 22: Main Stage: Front Stage: 1pm - Bawdy Boys 10am - Bawdy Boys 4pm - Leaving Eden 1pm - The Living Deads 7pm - Greg Warren 5pm - Microwave Dave 10pm - Big Engine Main Stage: 1am - Bawdy Boys 1pm - Miss Main Street Station Oct 21: 3pm - Big Engine Front Stage: 7pm - Crashrocket 11am - Red Gate After Biketober Bike Night, 7-11 p.m. Oct. 25 3pm - Bawdy Boys 5pm - Microwave Dave and Nukes . Oct 22 MISS MAIN STREET STATION BIKINI CONTEST BIKETOBERFEST 2017 12-3pm, First Place, $1,000, Second Place, $300, Third Place, $200. Applications Due: Oct 11th by 120pm. *Grand Prize Winner must be available for a Photoshoot within two weeks following the bike rally. Main Street Station, 316 Main Street, Daytona Beach. Registration: goo.gl/forms/Atato9V0jCw7EPeV2. Oct 22 BIKETOBERFEST SURVIVORS PARTY 3-6pm, Big Engine will rock you Biketoberfest Survivors Live! Finish out the party in rock n’ roll style. Main Street Station, 316 Main St, Daytona Beach. NEPTUNE’S SPORTS PUB Big Biker Breakfast, Bloody Mary’s, Biker Burger & Brew Special! Great Sports Bar to catch the games. Live entertainment during Biketoberfest. 219 S Atlantic Ave. 386-256-2536. CARL’S SPEED SHOP Iconic stop on your tour. Custom builds, Dyno Tuning, Engine Repairs, Performance Parts, Cams, Heads, Valves, and all your performance needs 386 N Beach St. 386-258-3000 DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY Fall Cycle Season. Area’s largest motorcycle marketplace, 80+ top after-market vendors. Free demo rides: Indian, Victory, Yamaha, Suzuki. Live music nightly. Team Hammer Advanced School motorcycle racing. ASRA, CCS motorcycle racing. Speedway Bike Show with Full Throttle Magazine awards. 1801 W International Speedway Blvd. 800-PIT-SHOP. DaytonaInternationalSpeedway.com. DAYTONA 200 MOTORCYCLE CLUB Tent camping with air-conditioned clubhouse, hot showers, use of full kitchen, BBQ grills, pool table, flat screen TV, fire pit, bathrooms & FREE BREAKFAST. Fri – 6pm, 3602 W Intl Spdwy Blvd. 386-871-6615. Daytona200MC.com. RIVERFRONT PARK 9am-9pm, Live bands, 40+ motorcycle and bike-related vendors. Spans a ½ mile along the beautiful Halifax River. 201 N Beach St, Daytona Beach. HUMPHREY & SON Awesome display and prices of custom motorcycle jewelry & limited edition pure silver Bike Week & Biketoberfest coins. 500 Main Street. 386-252-4411. 2ND AVE MERCHANTS ASSOC BIKEFEST Join area merchants for DJ’s, vendors, unique food and lots of fun at historic location. Mary McLeod Bethune Blvd & Daisy Stocking Park. 386-253-1067. DIRTY HARRY’S PUB Outdoor: Bobby Friss Band. Thurs 9:30pm, Fri 8pm, Sat 10pm. Daily Wet T-Shirt Contests 2:00, 3:30, 5:00, 6:30, 8:00. Indoor Stage: DJ All Day, All Night. Famous for their beer tub girls. Dirty Harry’s, 705 Main St, Daytona Beach, 386-252-9877 FROGGY’S SALOON Open bright & early everyday 7am-3am. Live music, all day long, souvenirs, fun & friends. Promos with free samples. Indoor and Outdoor venue. Call for motorcycle display schedule. 800 Main St. 386-2548808 FULL MOON SALOON 10am – 2:45am, Outdoor and Indoor Stages, music from 1-10pm, Best Buns Contest: 2:30, 4:00, 5:30, 6:30, 7:30. Full Moon Saloon, S. Wild Olive Ave. at 700 Main St., Daytona Beach, 386-253-1944. INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Daily activities throughout the dealership, demonstrations, OVER 40 vendors, food and entertainment. 290 N Beach St. 386-275-1660. IndianMotorcycleDaytonaBeach.com. BMW MOTORCYCLES OF DAYTONA Daily activities throughout the dealership. 118 East Fairview Avenue. 386-257-2269. THE BANK & BLUES CLUB 5:30 – midnight, Live music. 701 Main St, Daytona Beach, 386-252-9877. DaytonaBeachMainStreet.com. THE PIT STOP

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Karaoke Wed – Sat. Honoring Happy Hour during Biketoberfest. Drink specials, live entertainment every night, billiards, corn hole, karaoke, darts, right next door to Mike’s Galley. 2518 S Atlantic Ave, 386-9477418..

BBQ. Tattoo artists on site. Oct 18: The Cold Hard Cash, 4pm. Oct 19, 20: Mustang Sally, 10pm, Oct 19, 20: The Cold Hard Cash, 8pm, Oct 14, 15, 16: Razorbacks, 6pm. Free concerts and many more bands all day and night. Full Music schedule in Live & Local. 1068 N US Hwy 1. 386-677-1550. IronHorseSaloon.com

LEGION POST 361 Music and more. Veterans social gathering, all veterans and riders welcome. 2648 S Ridgewood Ave. 386-760-3887.

BRUCE ROSSMEYER’S HARLEY-DAVIDSON Motorcycles, apparel, official licensed merchandise, parts, accessories and service. Oct 19: Antique Motorcycle 12-4pm. Oct 21: ARM MELTER ARM WRESTLING TOURNAMENT, 8am-12pm, Oct 21: JACKYL, 6pm, Free music and parking. Bruce Rossmeyer Pavilion, Destination Daytona, 1637 N US Hwy 1, Ormond, brucerossmeyer.com

DAYTONA BEACH KENNEL CLUB & POKER ROOM Vendors, Oct 19: 6-9pm, Vendors, raffles, giveaways, Never Stop Believin’, the ultimate Journey Tribute band. 50/50, prizes. 960 S Williamson Blvd., 386-252-6484. DaytonaGreyhound.com/Poker. BARNEY’S LEATHER 10am-7pm. Food, beer, music, Men’s Wear, Ladies Wear, Chaps, Seats, Saddlebags, Tool bags, Helmets and more. 438 N. Beach St. 386-252-7770. barneysleather.com. FULL THROTTLE BOARDWALK BIKE SHOW Oct 19: 1-6pm, Harley-Davidson Thunder Alley stage in the Midway, International Speedway Oct 20: 7pm – midnight. Bike Show & After Party. OCT 21: 1:00 PM Hot Leathers Fashion Show & Bikini Contest on the Harley-Davidson Thunder Alley stage in the Midway. 5:00 PM, Speedway Bike Show with Full Throttle Magazine awards ceremony OCT 22: 10:10 AM - 5:00 PM Five-lap CCS sprints$10 registration. 20 Categories,57 Trophies, $500 1st prize. Boardwalk. 1610 N Grandview, Daytona 727-9354875 OCT 21 RAT’S HOLE CUSTOM BIKE & TATTOO CONTEST 10am, Free. Limited edition custom sculpted Rat Awards. Indian Motorcycle, 290 N Beach St. Register: Ratshole.com. SOUTH DAYTONA MARK’S SPORTS PUB Oct. 20, 21 Diesel 9:30PM, Sunday Open Jam, 7-11PM, Great place to catch the game. See LIVE & LOCAL for music schedule. Fee Poker every Tuesday Night, Karaoke with Scotty every Wed and Thurs. 2045 S Ridgewood Ave, Daytona Beach, 386-767-2277. DELAND DAYTONA MOTORCYCLE SWAP MEET EXTRAVAGANZA & BIKE SHOW 9am-5pm, Rian or shine. Buy. Sell. Trade. Vendors, Cold beer, great food, live music. Volusia County Fairgrounds, 3090 E New York Ave. Troy 386-801-1810. FastLaneDaytona.com. NEW SMYRNA BEACH Oct 14 95.7 THE HOG’S BIKES AT THE BEACH PARTY 1-5pm, Door prizes, Giant Jenga, Giant Twister, Corn Hole, prizes for winners! Drink specials. Beer Buckets. Free parking and admission. Seavista Tiki Resort and Bar, 1701 S Atlantic Ave, New Smyrna Beach, Hotel specials 386-428-2210. Oct 21SONS OF SPEED VINTAGE BOARDTRACK RACES 3:15-5:15pm, Biketoberfest. Tickets at door only. Public meet and greet at the track prior to the race, at 2 pm. $15 Military with ID, $20. New Smyrna Speedway, State Road 44, New Smyrna Beach. newsmyrnaspeedway.org. EDGEWATER NO NAME SALOON Live bands daily on our outdoor stage. Oct 18: Hot Wings eating contest, 4:30pm. Kickoff Party! Orange Avenue and Rebel Son LIVE! Oct 19: Country Night, 11am-2am live music. Oct 20: Tattoo Contest, 7-9m, Wet t-shirt Contest, 7-9pm, $25,00 cash and prizes. Oct 21: Bike Show, 10am-5pm, Pudding Wrestling Contest, 3-4:30pm. Ms No Name Saloon Pageant 4:30-6pm... After Party, 12am – 2am, Hosted by Goat from Full Throttle, Performances by The Disgruntled Clown. Oct 22: $1 Military Pig Roast, Proceeds: Waves to Recovery. Live music 11am-7pm2001 S Ridgewood Ave. 386-428-9229.

SAINTS & SINNERS PUB Located at Destination Daytona, Live Music Daily, 11am-midnight. 1635 North U.S. Hwy 1. 386-671-7108. BruceRossmeyer.com. FLETCHERS IRISH PUB Oct 21: Insomnia, 9pm. Tues: Locals night $4 calls, Wed: Wing Night. Thurs: Ladies night, free well drinks 9pm-midnight. Fri: $2 PBR, $3 Guinness. Foosball, basketball, steel and plastic tipped darts, pool outside tables, 40 beers on tap. 393 W Granada Blvd, Ormond Beach, 386-677-2700. TROPICAL TATTOO Oct 19: 11am- 4pm. Chopper Time; old school chopper show, 20 classes. Proceeds: Veterans Home and ARNI Foundation. Bands, beer, girls, cash & prizes, special guest & BBQ. Open 11am10pm. Music schedule in Live & Local. 825 S Yonge St. 386-672-1888. TropicalTattoo.com LAGERHEADS BAR & GRILL Locals favorite deck dining with seafood, sandwiches, full bar directly across from the ocean, friendly to all age groups. Pet-friendly deck and menu. Great stop when doing The Loop or on your way to Flagler Beach. Voted Best Around in 16 categories. 2986 Oceanshore Blvd. 0rmond by the Beach. 386-265-1977. OCT 14 PAT TRAVERS BAND 5pm, PreBiketoberfest Concert. The Bella Donna Project, tribute to the songs of Stevie Nicks and the Russ Kellam Band. $25-59. Ticketmaster.com Bruce Rossmeyer Pavilion, Destination Daytona, 1637 N US Hwy 1, Ormond, brucerossmeyer.com. HANG DAWG SALOON Live music, vendors, car and motorcycle parking 1065 US 1. 386-8462024. hangDogSaloon.com. WHITE EAGLE LOUNGE 11am-2am, DJ/Emcee Goat from Full Throttle Saloon. Live music daily, Biker Games, Crapper Drags, 20+ vendors, Wet T-Shirt Contest. Oct 20 SOUND THEORY, 2-6pm, Also appearing Gun Shy, The Accuzed, Tyler Haley Band. 5530 S US HWY 1, Korona, At the end of the historic Ormond Loop PONCE INLET RACING’S NORTH TURN Full Restaurant and Bar sitting directly on the Beach at NASCAR’s historic North Turn, with the largest outdoor deck. Bike parking. Daily specials, The boldest Bloody Mary’s on the beach and live music. 4511 S Atlantic Ave. 386-322-3258. RacingsNorthTurn.com PORT ORANGE LAST RESORT BAR Music and vendors, tons of fun. Home of Cold beer and killer woman (Aileen Wuornos). 5812 S Ridgewood Ave. 386-761-5147.. ORIGINAL FIRST TURN STEAKHOUSE Biketoberfest specials, Favorite Biker Tiki Bar and live music on the deck day and night. Destination spot, bike-only parking and great food. See Live & Local for music schedule.5236 S Ridgewood Ave. 386-788-5434. FirstTurnSteakhouse.com TOMOKA BREWING COMPANY 21 Handcrafted Beers brewed on premises.Thursday 10/13 Live Music, Saturday 10/15 noon-8pm Brewery Tours, Sunday 10/16 Eggs & Kegs Brunch 10am-3pm, 4647 S Clyde Morris BLVD, Port Orange (386)256-4979 Tomokabrewingco.com DAYTONA RVS Be sure to visit this year’s featured BSP business at their location: 5950 S. Ridgewood Ave. You can also see them at Destination Daytona during the event.

HOLLY HILL B.F.F.A.R. Bikers for First Amendment Rights. Live entertainment, wings and burgers, bike wash and secure motorcycle parking. 745 Ridgewood Ave. (386) 253-3993.

THE BOAT Oct 15: Biketoberfest Kickoff, License to Steal band. 50/50. Always Happy Hour: $2 domestics, $3 imports. 5395 S Ridgewood, Call Tony for Poker Runs. 386-333-9909. .

OCT 19 WWE PRESENTS NXT WRESTLING 7:30-11:30pm, Witness the hottest brand in sports entertainment one night of LIVE action! $10 GA, $20 Gold Circle (Ringside) Midtown Gym, Lobby, Dance Studio, & Multipurpose Rm. 877-840-0457.

SAMSULA CABBAGE PATCH BAR Live music contests, events, vendors, $10 camping, partying, FUN!! Biker’s favorite! Oct 19: Ride In Bike Show, Oct 20: Battle of the Baggers. Reg 10am, Oct 21: WORLDS FAMOUS Coleslaw Wrestling starts noon, Live Band - Big Engine 7-11pm. 549 Tomoka Farms Rd. 386-428-5459. CabbagePatchBar.com.

NEW SMYRNA VOLUSIA MOTORSPORTS Victory service center. Visit us this Biketoberfest! Saturday @ 9:00am Coffee and Donuts with World Record Holder, Grizzly. 1701 St Rd 44. 386-428-2212.Volusia-Motorsports.com. MIKES CORNER BAR Drink Specials, plenty of Bike Parking, 3705 State Rd 44 (386)428-4858 ORMOND BEACH THE SCENIC LOOP Don Howard Photography will be taking photos of riders along the Scenic Loop between Walter Boardman Ln & Highbridge Rd. (386) 299-7183. AboutDon.com IRON HORSE SALOON Famous biker stop. Live music daily from 12pm- 2am. Great food, Wall of Death, vendors, shopping and famous collector t-shirts. 4-5pm. Free draft beer in your Iron Horse mug. Steak tips, pork chops, pizza and

CACKLEBERY CAMPGROUND Club Flirt Girls, International Bikini Team. FREE Concerts, Micro Championship Wrestling, Proceeds: Children R Our Future of Volusia County, Inc. 560 Tomoka Farms Rd, Port Orange, 386-428-5459. Oct 21: MICRO CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING, 2-5:30pm, See the best athletes under 4 and a half feet tall in the world today. THUNDERJACK AC/DC TRIBUTE, 9pm-12am. SANFORD OTTER’S ON THE RIVER Ride to St John’s River (see map their ad this issue), bring your swimsuit. Waterfront dining, pool bar, Endless Brunch Buffet noon -4pm $9.95, $5.99 Unlimited Mimosas and Bloody Mary, Add Meat Station Shrimp Bar for $6.99. Sat and Sun: Pool Party with Live Music or DJ, 11am-7pm. Fri and Sat: Bonkers Comedy Show. Doors 6pm, Show 8pm. 4380 Carraway Pl, 407-636-6300. OttersOnTheRiver.com.

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LOCAL AREA EVENTS LIBRARY EVENTS 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 2-5pm, Mention Facebook ad. Skate rental $2. Inline and Skate Mate Walkers rentals $3. Family friendly, live entertainment, games for youngsters. Skate and Shake Skating Center, 250 N US Highway 1, Ormond Beach, 386-316-7808 2ND AND 4TH THURSDAY • KIDS DRUM CIRCLE 4:30pm, Drums and shakers provided, everyone can participate. Free. Our Lady of Lourdes, 1014 N. Halifax Ave, Daytona Beach. FB = 122523381703560 OCT 30 • ART CLUB FOR KIDS 2:30-4pm, Learn how to set up composition, mix colors, select, draw and paint a subject. Individual projects. Hands on instruction in a small group while meeting creative friends. Ages 6-10. Must supply 16x20 canvas; all other supplies provided. Register $25 members, $28 future member. Ormond Memorial Art Museum, 78 E Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach

WORKSHOPS/CLASSES THE CASEMENTS Every Tues 10-11:30am, Yoga 386-679-5677. Every Thurs 11am, Zumba 386-235-1700. Every Mon, Wed & Fri 8:30-9:30am, Pilates, 386-453-6522.. OCT 1 – 31 • VIRTUAL CAREER FAIR Volusia Hispanic Chamber is committed to partnering with businesses in our community and facilitating the connection between qualified candidates and companies. volusiachamber.org/job-opportunities. OCT 17 • BUSINESS AFTER HOURS 5:30-7pm, Grow your circle of influence with high-quality networking in Daytona Beach at the birthplace of NASCAR. Food, drinks, and prizes. Chamber members $10 – 15, Non-members $35. Streamline Hotel: Sky Lounge, 140 S Atlantic Av, Daytona Beach. 2ND AND 4TH THURSDAY • ADULT DRUM CIRCLE 6pm, Drums and shakers provided, everyone can participate. Free. Our Lady of Lourdes, 1014 N. Halifax Ave, Daytona Beach. 3RD WEDNESDAY • DEPRESSION/CHRONIC PAIN/ANXIETY/PTSD GROUP 1pm, Don’t suffer alone! Sessions facilitated by Dr. JoEllen Salce Rogers, Ph.D. ALL are welcome, ALL means ALL. Free. Our Lady of Lourdes Café, 1014 N. Halifax Ave., Daytona Beach.

FUNDRAISERS OCT 14 • BREAST CANCER MUSIC FEST 11am – 12am, Raise money for Making Strides Breast Cancer Association. Day of family fun with raffles,50/50, auctions, kids activities, LIVE MUSIC. POST 1 - Americans for Constitutional Rights, 745 Ridgewood Ave, Holly Hill, 386-253-3993. NOV 8 • YAPPY HOUR 5:30-7:30pm, $15 2-drinks and light appetizers. BYOD! Proceeds: area’s animals. Lagerheads Bar and Grill, 2986 Ocean Shore Blvd, Ormond-by-the-Sea.

MISCELLANEOUS EVERY THURS • ORMOND BEACH FOOD TRUCK RALLY 6pm, Family fun, and dog friendly! Tomoka Brewery, 188 E. Granada Blvd, Ormond Beach. 386-538-1083 ONGOING• ORMOND BEACHSIDE WALKING TOURS 10am, Historical Society’s MacDonald House, 38 E. Granada Blvd, Ormond. $10 adults, $8 seniors, 386-677-7005. ONGOING • HISTORICAL ORMOND BEACH BUS TOURS 9:45am – 12:15pm. 2-hour tour of 30 historical buildings & sites. Adults $20/Children $7, Casements parking lot, 25 Riverside Dr., 386-677-7005. OCT 12 • THROWBACK THURZDAY SK8 NIGHT Adult Skate Night!!! All of your favorite throwback jamz. $10 includes skates. Skate and Shake Skating Center, 250 N US Highway 1, Ormond, 386-316-7808.

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NOV 4, 5 • HALIFAX ART SHOW 10am-5pm, 10am-4pm, 252+ spaces for fine artists and craft artisans from all over the country. Live entertainment, student art competition, children’s activities. Free. Beach St between Orange Ave and Bay St. . NOV 4 & 5 • LITTLE VAN GOGH AT HALIFAX ART SHOW Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 10am–4pm, Hands on painting their own masterpieces. Easels, smocks, brushes, washable paints, pallets available free. Ages: Pre-K to 5th. Beach St near International Speedway Blvd. NOV 4 & 5 • HALIFAX ART FESTIVAL 10am-5pm, 10am-4pm, Fine arts, crafts, music, food, and fun for the whole family. Free admission and parking. Affordable art, live entertainment, student art exhibit, hands-on children’s art activities. Downtown Beach Street between the Riverfront Shops and the Halifax River. NOV 5 • COMIC CONVENTION Selling comics, toys, magazines, trade paper backs, records, collectibles, action figures and more. $8. Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, ICI Center, 600 S Clyde Morris Blvd, Daytona Beach, 10times.com.

THEATRE/COMEDY EVERY TUESDAY • RANDOM ACTS OF INSANITY 8pm. Live Improv Comedy, $5, Cinematique, 242 S Beach Street, DB, 386-252-3778.

GALLERIES/MUSEUMS OCT 10 – DEC 3 • CARLOS BETANCOURT RECEPTION: NOV 2, “Re-Collections” series: ornamental and organic photographic prints, “The Cut-Out Army”: life-sized prints of his closest relations in various outfits and poses. Southeast Museum of Photography, 1200 W. Int’l. Speedway Blvd., smponline.org. Ongoing: A PLACE FOR ALL PEOPLE: THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY & CULTURE Ongoing: THE LEGACY OF ABSTRACTION: LATE 20TH CENTURY PAINTINGS FROM THE COLLECTION Focused primarily on artists with strong Florida ties. Largescale contemporary paintings. Ongoing: SINUOUS LINES: ART NOUVEAU FROM THE COLLECTION Fine examples of Art Nouveau in graphic art, sculpture, glass, porcelain, and brass. MOAS, 352 S Nova Rd, Daytona Beach, moas.org OCT 21: TREASURES FROM THE MOAS NATURAL HISTORY COLLECTION An exhibition that spans a vast array of specimens from fossils, minerals, and sea life to a world-class mollusk collection. OnGoing: ALONG THE EASTERN ROAD: HIROSHIGE’S FIFTY-THREE STATIONS OF THE TOKAIDO. Japanese woodblock print series Museum of Arts & Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd, Daytona Beach. Free members; paid museum admission future members. 386-255-0285. moas.org.

FILMS Friday Night Pitcher Show, Cinematique, 242 S Beach St, 386-252-3118. 3RD SATURDAY MOVIES @ SUNRISE PARK 7-10pm, Family Friendly movies. Check Facebook page for details. Sunrise Park L.P.G.A., Daytona Beach. . NOV 3 • MIDTOWN MOVIE NIGHT 7-9pm, The Blind Side. Food and drink vendors onsite. Daisy Stocking Park, 550 Mary McLeod Bethune Blvd, Daytona Beach

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NOV 4 • BAYBERRY LAKES WALK, RUN AND BIKE 5K 6:30 – 9am, Bayberry Lakes 3rd annual 5k. All proceeds will be donated to: Team Red White and Blue Daytona Beach. Bayberry Colony, Daytona Beach, FB = 433917133672232

2ND SUNDAY • ARTS& CRAFTS SHOW 6-9pm, Row A-South. Painters, potters, wood-workers, crafters and artists showcasing and selling their handmade wares. Daytona Flea and Farmers’ Market, 2987 Bellevue Ave., Daytona Beach. . OCT 13 • EMBRY-RIDDLE FARMERS MARKET 9am-3pm, To support campus events and engage small business. 600 S Clyde Morris Blvd, Daytona Beach OCT 13 • BEACH STREET WEDDING WALK 5:30-9:30pm, Stroll historic Beach St. Visit multiple vendors to be eligible for door prizes. Meet wedding vendors, collect marketing materials, free samples, and more. jenniferjuniperphotography@hotmail.com perfectweddingguide.com

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OCT 6 – 8 • CRAFT BREWS & BLUES Food, craft beers $1–5 tastes, crafts, clothes, games items, musical instruments, more. Live music all weekend, daytonabluesfestival.com for full schedule. $15 – 75. Jackie Robinson Ballpark, 105 E Orange Ave. Daytona Beach, Florida 32114.

OCT 10 • DSC SOCCER FIELD RIBBON CUTTING 5:30pm, Stadium tours, mementos and refreshments, and stay for the soccer match. During halftime, the Seabreeze High School men’s soccer team will be recognized with a short film documenting their 2017 state championship OCT 28 • HALIFAX HUMANE SOCIETY ADOPTION EVENT 11am-2pm, Food, drinks, giveaways, pet food drive. Adoption fees waived. Subaru of Daytona, 650 N Nova Rd, Daytona Beach, 386-255-2252

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MUSIC 2ND SUNDAY • LIVE JAZZ MUSIC 2-4pm, Local musicians: Abe Alam Trio, $10. Oct 14: R-Dent, Stranger, Stranger Lines in the Sky, Odessos. Oct 28: TBA Cinematique, 242 S Beach St, DAB. cinematique.org. Reservations 386-252-3118. 2ND SATURDAY LASER ROCK CONCERT 7pm Laser Spirit, 8pm Electrolaze, 9pm Pink Floyd The Dark Side of the Moon $5 - $9. Museum of Arts & Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd, Daytona Beach, moas.org, 386-255-0285.

WORKSHOPS/CLASSES OCT 20 • SYMPOSIUM 8am – 5pm, Some of Florida’s best writers, researchers and artists examine the Sunshine State’s uniquely blended historical, artistic and cultural milieu during what promises to be an engaging and informative dialogue. Free, but please register. The Hosseini Center on the college’s Daytona Beach Campus, 1200 W. International Speedway Blvd. FB = 192801641260953 WEDNESDAYS • SUNRISE YOGA 7:30-8:30am, Donations, Marina View Restaurant, Halifax Harbor, 125 Basin St, Daytona Beach. EVERY WED • YOGA IN THE GALLERY 5:30-6:30pm, $10 future members, $4 for current members. Bring yoga mat, water and towel. Museum of Arts and Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd, DB, 386-255-0285. MOAS.org. EVERY THURSDAY • SPIRITUAL HEALING 4-5pm Spiritual current to heal the mind, body, and spirit. Wear white. Love offering. Daytona Books & Metaphysics, 125 W International Speedway Blvd, Daytona Beach. 386-236-9968. 3RD THURSDAY • SCIENCE CAFÉ No science background? No problem! Ask questions of local scientists. Video 5:15 pm, guest speaker 6:15 pm. Full cafe menu available for purchase. Cinematique, 242 S Beach Street, DB, 386-252-3778 NOV 3-5 • KICKSTART WEEKEND DAYTONA BEACH 2017 Join like-minded entrepreneurs, startup enthusiasts, rockstar coaches & mentors. Take an idea from zero to company in one weekend. $59-80. Embry-Riddle MicaPlex 1511 Aviation Center Pkwy, Daytona Beach, kickstartweekend.com.

FUNDRAISERS ONGOING • HOPE PLACE Owned By Halifax Urban Ministries. A community created to provide housing and services exclusively for families and children and homeless students with no family. Help raise the funds to finish the rooms. Each room cost $3,500. Targeted: Dec 2017/Jan 2018. halifaxurbanministries.org/hope-place. OCT 14 • ‎SSGT BONE‬ “HONORS” TOYS FOR TOTS GOLF TOURNAMENT 8am-2pm, Awards, giveaways, free beer on course, morning refreshments and lunch. Marine, SSgt. John Bone, we honor you and all Veterans with this event. $10-1500. LPGA International, 1000 Champions Dr, Daytona Beach, VolusiaToysForTots. com, 888-629-0676 ext 700. OCT 21 • GUEST BEERTENDER FOR FIREFIGHTERS FOR KIDS 2-11pm, Lenny Wheeler and Matthew Barbado will be slinging beers. Food Trucks on site to pair with Daytona Brewery’s Fantastic Beer! Proceeds: all tips and raffle monies donated to FireFighters for Kids. Daytona Beach Brewing Company, 482 Fentress Blvd, Unit N, Daytona Beach. OCT 28 • MAKING STRIDES AGAINST BREAST CANCER 7am, Opening Ceremony, walk, entertainment. Riverfront Park, S. Beach Street & E. Magnolia Ave, Daytona Beach NOV 4 • GALA NIGHT OF MAGIC 8:30-10:30pm, Family friendly magical entertainment. 50% of Proceeds: Arc Volusia. $20. Raffle for magic gift basket valued at $1,000! ($5=6 raffle tickets). News Journal Center, 221 N Beach St, Daytona Beach, 386-226-1904

MISCELLANEOUS EVERY TUESDAY TILL OCT 17 • POLE DANCE COMPETITION 9pm, Dance to qualify for a cruise giveaway. Grandview Live, 640 N Grandview Ave, Daytona Beach. Allevents.in

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OCT 13-15 • FALL HOME SHOW Fri & Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 10 am – 3pm, Trendy presenta-

tions on stage daily, browse cool art in the Arts and Crafts Zone, kids face painting, bounce houses and more. Free. Ocean Center, 101 N Atlantic Ave, gatehouselive.com. NOV 4 • SWEET & SALTY SPIRIT MUSIC FESTIVAL 5-10pm, Family friendly FREE Music Festival with live worship featuring : Terrell Davy, Saved By Grace, Thrive Music, and Kinetic Expressions Dance Academy. Food for purchase. Oceanfront Bandshell.

THEATER/COMEDY Oct 13, 14: 7:30pm, Oct 15: 2pm - WAR OF THE WORLDS, $6-12. A Martian invasion of Earth. Nov. 3, 4, 9, 10, 11: 7:30pm, Nov. 5, 12: 2pm - BLAME IT ON THE MOVIES. Fun-filled homage to musicals, comedies, Westerns, romances, thrillers, action-adventure and historical epics. Daytona Playhouse, 100 Jessamine Blvd, DB. 386-2552431. Oct 28: Catapult, $23 – 43 Order your Season tickets now. Peabody Auditorium, 600 Auditorium Blvd, Daytona Beach. Nov 2,3,4,5*, 9,10,11,12*, 7:30pm, *Sunday matinee 2:30pm THE DEADLY GAME, Three retired men of the law prosecuting strangers. $10-18. Shoestring Theatre, 380 S. AUDITIONS Nov. 5, 6 , 7pm, The Ladies Man, a hilarious zany and charming farce. Daytona Playhouse, 100 Jessamine Blvd, DB. 386-255-2431. Nov 5, 6: Cemetery Club - Three Jewish widows meet once a month for tea before going to visit their husband’s graves. Shoestring Theatre, 380 S. Goodwin St, Lake Helen. Shoestringtheatre.net

FILM Every Friday, FREE Outdoor Cinema, 7:30pm, Blind Turtle Patio, Hilton Daytona Beach, 100 N Atlantic Ave. Daytona Beach, 386‐254‐8000 EXT 7033..

GALLERIES/MUSEUMS ONGOING • VINTAGE POSTCARDS Mon – Fri 8am – 5pm Ocean Center, new artwork in its Ecological, Cultural, Heritage and Outdoor (ECHO) Gallery. See Volusia County’s natural vistas, cultural sites and more. FREE. Ocean Center from Auditorium Dr. ONGOING • LILLIAN HOUSE MUSEUM TOURS Oldest house on Daytona Beach Fully furnished Victorian home 1-5pm daily except Tues, 111 Silver Beach Ave., Daytona Beach, 386-256-4810.

FAMILY/YOUTH OCT. 13-15 • PAN AMERICAN GYMNASTICS CHAMPIONSHIPS 9:30am, Acrobatic and rhythmic gymnastics. Countries registered to compete: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Mexico, Puerto Rico, USA and Venezuela. $25 daily, $40 all-session pass. Competition schedule and more details, usagym.org. Ocean Center, 101 N Atlantic, Daytona Beach.

MUSIC. EVERY SATURDAY • BANK & BLUES CLUB 9pm, Two 90-minute sets, cover charge of $10 or less. Artists booked are:: Selwyn Birchwood, The Nighthawks, Damon Fowler, The Red Elvises, Packrat’s Smokehouse, Hayfire (monthly), and more! 701 Main St, DB Nov 5: Bruce Hornsby, $69 – 201 Nov 10: Marty Haggard, $57-214 Nov 17: Moscow State Symphony Orchestra, Feb 16: Michael McDonald, $73-273 Feb 24: The Legendary Ladies of Motown, Mary Wilson: Supremes. Martha Reeves & The Vandellas, $57-153. 7:30pm, Peabody Auditorium, 600 Auditorium Blvd, Daytona Beach

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

FUNDRAISERS OCT 10 • BRATINI: CELEBRATION FOR THE CAUSE 5:30 – 8:30pm, Live auction salutes every day heroes that make the world a better place. Our models will be donning bras celebrating nurses, first responders, firefighters, police officers, lifeguards, and volunteers. $60 – 70. Hilton, 100 N Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach, FB = 1842272082751370.

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NOV 4 • AROUND THE WORLD WINE TASTING 5:30-7:30pm, Sue Barry, Sommelier and Wine Manager at S.R. Perrott. Light appetizers provided. Cocktail attire suggested. 21+ $50. Proceeds: Peabody Foundation’s Youth + Art = Success! Peabody Auditorium, 600 Auditorium Blvd, DB

MISCELLANEOUS EVERY WEDNESDAY • LADIES MARTINI NIGHT $5 specialty Martinis. Flavors: Perfect Pear, Melon-ini, Cherry Cosmo, Dirty Birdy or Lemon Drop. McCoys Rum Room, Hilton Daytona Beach, 100 N Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach, 386-254-8200.

OCT 27 • PASSPORT TO THE CARRIBBEAN 6-9pm, Enjoy Caribbean cuisine and entertainment. Proceeds to MOAS. $125. Shores Resort & Spa. S Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach Shores. 386-255-0285 NOV 4 • 11TH ANNUAL ROTARY ACES HIGH CASINO NIGHT 6:30-10PM, Saturday Night Fever, Rotary Club of Port Orange - South Daytona, Riverside Pavilion, 3431 S Ridgewood Ave, 386-852-4155 for cost

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1ST THURSDAY RETAIL THERAPY THURSDAY 6:30-9pm. Free fun shopping event, JUST US GIRLS, VFW Post 3282 Port Orange Florida, 5810 S Williamson Blvd, Port Orange, 386-760-2324. NOV 4 • GRAND OPENING OF RIVERWALK PARK 3-7pm, Playground, splash pad, event lawn, picnic pavilions, restroom/concession building, and 12’-wide trail way. Ribbon cutting, live music by Orange Avenue, entertainers, food trucks, giveaways. Spectacular fireworks display over the river. Dunlawton and Ridgewood, Port orange. FB = 829474397217922.

THEATRE/COMEDY Oct 13: Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, $16 , The Stage at Thank You 5, 4606 S. Clyde Morris Blvd #2N, Port Orange, 386-205-5699. thankyoufive.org Oct 14 IMPROV TROUPE AUDITIONS 3pm, The Stage at Thank You 5, 4606 S. Clyde Morris Blvd #2N, Port Orange, 386-205-5699. thankyoufive.org Mondays MOVIES AT THE LIBRARY 2-4pm, FREE, Port Orange Library Auditorium, 386-3225152 x20936. volusialibrary.org

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MUSIC OCT 15 • COUNTRY SINGER BOBBY MEEKS 2-3pm - Solid Gold Country Classics. Port Orange Library, Auditorium, 1005 City Center Circle, Port Orange, 386852-0963. OCT 15 • ATLANTA HARPIST ANGELICA HAIRSTON 3:30PM, WILL JOIN Daytona Solisti Chamber Orchestra for “Heavenly Harp and Strings,”. Works by Claude Debussy and William Grant Still, who is often called “the dean” of African-American composers. The concert will also feature Solisti cellist Joseph Corporon. $15 donation suggested. Our Lady of Lourdes Church, 1014 N. Halifax Ave., Daytona Beach. Susan Pitard Acree, 386-562-5423 OCT 27 • LIVE MUSIC & ICE CREAM TRUCK 6:30 – 8:30pm, BYO chair. Free Concert – Silver Creek, Good Humour Ice Cream truck has treats for purchase. Daytona Beach Shores Pavilion, 3048 S Atlantic Ave., dbshores.org

EVERY WEDNESDAY • RELAXATION MADE SIMPLE 6:30-7:30pm, Guided meditation and sound

NOV 10 • 130TH GALA PONCE INLET LIGHTHOUSE 6-9pm, Wine, spirits, hors d’oevres, dinner, live music, dance, tour the light station and lantern room under the light of the moon and tower beacon. $50. Ponce Inlet Lighthouse, 4931 S Peninsula Dr, Ponce Inlet, 386-761-1821 ext. 10., email rsvp@ponceinlet.org NOV 11 • 16TH ANNUAL HALIFAX HEALTH - HOSPICE 5K RACE 8-11am, Start/finish line at Kenneth W. Parker Amphitheater and Lakeside Community Center. Celebrate our wonderful Veterans with a pinning prior to the awards ceremony. City Center Cir, Port Orange, runnersignup.com NOV 11 • “CHIP IN” FOR MIRACLE LEAGUE 7:30am Registration, Shotgun 8:30am, Welcome coffee/ pastries, range balls, tournament golf shirt, lunch buffet, beer/soda, contests, raffle, 50/50 and more. $100pp, Team, Hole and Corporate Sponsors available Cypress Head Golf Club, 6231 Palm Vista St, Port Orange, 386-756-5449 OCT 13 &14 • ARTS, CRAFTS AND PLANTS SALE 10am – 4pm, 50+ Artists, Crafters and Gardeners. Raw Local Honey and Bee display, Bake Sale Raffles and Refreshments. Ponce Inlet Community Center, 4670 S Peninsula Dr, Ponce Inlet . OCT 20 • TRIBUTE TO LINKIN PARK 8:30-11pm, Skate to the music of Linkin Park. $7.50 admission, $3 skate rental. Daytona Ice Arena, 2400 S Ridgewood Ave, Ste 63D, South Daytona, daytonaicearena.com 386-256-3963.

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

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

NOV 10-11 8pm, Songs of Broadway. Fundraiser for The Stage at Thank You 5, 4606 S. Clyde Morris Blvd #2N, Port Orange, 386-205-5699. thankyoufive.org

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MONDAYS • HAWAIIAN HULA & POLYNESIAN DANCE 6:30 – 7:30pm, Learn joys of hula and aloha. $6/session. Piggotte Community Center, 504 Big Tree Rd, South Daytona. 386-767-7266.

NOV 1 • MEET THE AUTHOR - DR LYNN HAWKINS 2-4pm, Author of “Always the First: The Story of Annie Mae Walker: Survival in an Uncivil World”. Soft drinks, coffee, cheddar biscuits served. Free. Red Lobster, 3162 S Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach Shores, 520-391-4020

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OCT 26 • JOURNEY TO SOUTH AMERICA 6:30pm, Savoring wines from South America. McCoys Rum Room: wine, cheese, crudité reception. Doc Bales’ Grill: four course Chef prepared dinner and wine pairing. Featuring special guest Gabriel Blanco, owner of Mairena Winery $69. Reservations: 386‐947‐8054. Hilton Beachside.

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therapy with crystal bowls. $6 per class. Piggotte Community Center, 504 Big Tree Rd. South Daytona. 386-478-4700

TBD IN OCT • FREEDOM BOAT CLUB MEET & MINGLE 6-8pm, Meet friends, drink, appetizers, music. $10 -15 cash only at door. (two drink tickets, appetizers, chance at door prizes.) The Shores Resort & Spa, 2637 S Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach. EVERY WED • RIVER OF HISTORY BOAT TOUR 10am, Tour the Ponce Inlet Intracoastal Waterway from Ponce Inlet Water Sports to New Smyrna, 386405-3445, $25/adults; 5-12 /$10, 4936 South Peninsula Drive, Ponce Inlet. EVERY THURSDAY • LINE DANCE CLASSES Beginner classes from 5:30-6:30pm. Advanced at 6:30pm. Port Orange Adult Center Annex, 3738 Halifax Dr., Port Orange. Joe 386-672-3868. OCT 26 • CHOCOLATE AND BEER 7-9pm, Five Tomoka. Brews paired with five gourmet chocolates from Sappho Chocolates. The Sappho Chocolates team will be on site to talk why these chocolates were paired with the selected beers. Call for tickets. Tomoka Brewing Co., 4647 S. Clyde Morris Blvd., Port Orange, 386-256-4979.

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OCT 14 • GNARLY CHARLEY’S GROM SURF SERIES 8am-2pm, Grooms GROMS for surfing competition and life. Surf for fun as well as good sportsmanship. Register gnarlycharleysurfseries.com, 386-690SURF. 27th Avenue South, New Smyrna Beach. OCT 21 • VOLUSIA PRIDE FESTIVAL 1-5pm, Peace Arts, Face Painting, Drawings, Drag Queens and Kings, Food Donation gets you a raffle ticket, Old Fort Park, NSB.

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FLAGLER Oct 27 CANDLELIGHT TRAIL WALK Kid’s activities, face painting and candy, Tram rides! FAMILY FRIENDLY Halloween fun! Living History unfold at Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park along the guided tour trail. $5 donation pp. Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park, 3501 Old Kings Rd, Flagler Beach. Oct 28 FLAGLER FUN COAST BED RACE “THE WALKING BED” 2-5pm, Theme = Zombies. Create your team of 5 “undead,” complete pit stops and make it to the Finish Line. Registration: flaglervolunteer.org, 386-597-2950. Proceeds to children’s programs in Flagler County. flaglervolunteer.org

6pm, Sun 11am – 5pm, $10, 2< free. Hay Fort, Duck Races, corn hole, bounce house bonanza, corn box, great food, vendors and pumpkins for sale. Friday and Sat nights: flashlight maze. 2594 LPGA Blvd, Daytona Beach. Harvestfieldscornmaze. com Oct 21-31 HALLOWEEN EVENTVarious time, Spooktastic and fun event! Pumpkin Toss game with FREE prize, a FREE craft, and photo opportunity with members of the Peanut’s gang! Register for a chance to win a trip to Knott’s Berry Farm! Bass Pro Shops (Daytona Beach, FL), 1880 Checkered Flag Lane Ste N-100, Daytona Beach, 386-281-4300.

BUNNELL Oct 13, 28 MAZE DAYZ Fri: 5-10, Sat: 10-9, Sun:11-7, $9 pp,4< Free. Cowart Fields, 8185 SR-100, Bunnell. Mazedayz.com for all the family fun details.

Oct 21 FALL FAMILY FESTIVAL 11am-4pm, Costume contest, trick-ortreating through the galleries, crafts, games, and more! Members Free or with paid museum admission. Museum of Arts & Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd, Daytona Beach 386-255-0285. moas.org.

Oct 20, 21, 27, 28 COWART FIELDS OF FEAR 2017 11am-7pm. Tons of pumpkins, a Halloween village of playhouses, a mini-hay maze, and tons of photo opportunities! Trinity Presbyterian Church, 156 Florida Park Drive North.

Oct 21 DOWNTOWN DAYTONA NIGHTS – BOO BASH 5-9pm. live music, great food, arts and crafts vendors, sponsor displays, kids “decorate your own candy bag” station, trick or treating, giveaways along the block, Hot Rod Car display. 100 Block of N Beach St, Daytona Beach.

Oct 29 COMMUNITY FALL CARNIVAL 6-8pm. Trunk or Treat. Bounce house, face paint, candy, popcorn, slushies and inflatables. Free. Old Bunnell City Hall, 200 S Church St, Bunnell.

Oct 21 SPOOKTACULAR SKATE 1:30-4pm, Family Fun ice skating to kid friendly spooky tunes! Wear a costume and save $2.00 off admission. Daytona Ice Arena, 2400 S Ridgewood Ave.

PALM COAST Oct 14: Pumpkin delivery. Oct 31: Trunk or Treat, 5-7pm. Trinity Church. 156 Florida Park Dr. Palm Coast, 386-445-4757..

Oct 27 TRUNK OR TREAT 2017 6-8pm, Dress up the kiddos, up to 5th grade, come Trunk or Treat. FREE. Daytona Beach Drive In Christian Church, 3140 S Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach Shores.

Oct 15 - 31 TRINITY’S PUMPKIN PATCH 11am-7pn. Tons of pumpkins, a Halloween village of playhouses, a mini-hay maze, and tons of photo opportunities! Trinity Presbyterian Church, 156 Florida Park Drive North, 386-445-4757. . Oct 20, 21, 27, 28 CUI HOLLER-WEEN FEST 2017 6:30-11pm, Bounce houses, live entertainment, story time in the graveyard, yummy treats, refreshments. Haunted attractions: The Slaughterhouse, Forbidden Forest Trail Ride. Pumpkin Patch Party, House of Friendly Frights. $15 Adults, #10 12<, Free 3<. Florida Agricultural Museum, 7900 Old Kings Rd N, Palm Coast, 386-446-7630. Oct 27 HALLOWEEN BOO BASH 5pm- 8pm. Families are invited for a safe, fun holiday evening complete with music, food, games, face painting and more. Free. Belle Terre Park, 339 Parkview Dr. 386-986-2323. PalmCoastGov.com. Oct 28 VINCENT’S CLUBHOUSE HALLOWEEN 1:30 -3pm, Children with autism and sensory sensitivities, enjoy social activities in a supportive, stress-free environment. Candy, refreshments, magic show by “Peter the Great”. Costume encouraged, but not required. RSVP by Oct 26. All trick-or-treaters will receive a free balloon upon arrival. Las Palmas, 70 Town Court, Palm Coast. Oct 29- 31 HALL OF TERROR 7pm- 9pm on Thurs (8+); 7pm- 10pm on Fri (10+); 7pm- 11pm on Sat (10+). Multiple rooms, real actors, life-like props, professional makeup and special effects. Enter if you dare! Free. Palm Coast Fire Station 21, 9 Corporate Dr. 386-986-2300. PalmCoastGov.com. Oct 30 & 31 ANNUAL HALL OF TERROR 7Oct. 30, 7-9pm. Oct. 31, 7-10pm. It’ll frighten you to death!!!! Free. Fire Station #21, 9 Corporate Dr, Palm Coast. Oct 31 TRUNK OR TREAT 5pm, Trinity United Methodist Church, 306 W. Wisconsin Ave, DeLand, 386-734-4425. LIVE OAK Oct 27 – 29 SUWANEE HALLOWEEN Camping and non-stop music. $105295 for three days. 12<Free. Free shuttle service from surrounding parking lots. Suwannee Music Park, 9379 Co Rd 132, Live Oak. HOLLY HILL & ORMOND BEACH Oct 21 HALLOWEEN/FALL FESTIVAL 12-4pm, Family friendly afternoon event where the kids can dress up for a special Open Gym, eat plenty of candy, make some Halloween crafts, and have a costume contest! Adults shop their favorite home-town vendors! Free. Flight Gymnastics Academy, 499 S Nova Rd. Oct 25: Pumpkin Carving Contest, 7-10pm, $10 to enter, win a $200 bar tab. Oct 28: Halloween costume contest, win $500 cash. Fletchers Irish Pub, 393 W Granada Blvd, 386-677-2700. Oct 28 TRUNK OR TREAT 5-7pm, Admission, food and activities are free! Food, or games, brand new Mystery Mansion! Ormond Beach Presbyterian Church, 105 Amsden, 386-4410300. . Oct 31 HALLOWEEN IN THE PARK 5:30-7pm, Decorated automobile trunks & give out wrapped candy to children 12 and younger, accompanied by an adult (BYO Bag), Balloon Art & STREET MAGIC, GLITTER ART, Hay Rides, Pizza by Sorrento’s, Halloween Music, Ices ($2-5). Hollyland Park. 1046 Ridgewood Avenue (enter via 10th Street). 386-248-9446. . ORMOND BEACH Oct 16, 18, 23, 25 SCREAMIN’ HALLOWEEN 10:30am – 12:30pm, Colored pencils and black paper. $88 members, $96 future members. You bring the Supplies. Ormond Memorial Art Museum, 78 E Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach. ormondartmuseum.org. Oct 29 HALLOWEEN MURDER MYSTERY DINNER 6:15pm - 9pm, $30 pp, buffet dinner and interactive show. Tax, gratuity extra. Costume contest and will be awarding prizes in five categories. Las Bistro, 439 S Nova Rd, Ormond Beach. 386-676-5181. DAYTONA BEACH Sundays PUMPKIN DECORATING 2-3pm, After Sunday Brunch get creative with the kids! Decorate the perfect Halloween pumpkin $5 per pumpkin. The kid’s will love decorating their very own pumpkin to bring home. Hilton Daytona Beach, Doc Bales’ Grill Patio. Reservations 386-254-8200 Ext. 7033. Oct 7 – 29 HARVEST FIELDS CORN MAZE & HAY RIDES Sat10am-

Oct 27 TRIBUTE TO NIRVANA Halloween Party with NIRVANNA and THE MARK, TOM AND TRAVIS SHOW. Trick or Treat! Free, The Roof, 1200 Main St, Daytona. 386-238-4050 Oct 27 - 28 ROCK-O-WEEN 18-11:30PM, Costume contest with many categories: Scariest Sexiest Funniest Best couple Creative Main Street Station, 316 Main St, 386-214-1389. Oct 28 COSTUME CONTEST North Turns Costume Contest, great prizes, Racings North Turn, 4611 S Atlantic Ave, Ponce Inlet, 386-322-3258. Oct 28 CARNIVAL 7-8pm, Live band, midway games, Hayride, Haunted House, prizes, trick or treat, petting zoo, horse rides, dinner, Crossroads Christian Church, 3838 State Road 44, NSB. Oct 28 HALLOWEEN AT THE MARKET 11am – 3pm, Day of trick-or-treating, scavenger hunt and costume contest for kids up to age 11. Scavenger hunt, 11AM sharp pick up map at Information Booth. Then hunt for candy and prize stops. Costume contest at 1 PM, trophies for top 3 places in 5 age categories. Free, Daytona Beach Flea Market, 1425 Tomoka Farms Rd, Daytona Beach. Oct 28 MARY MCSCARY AND CREEPY PAIR OF UNDERWEAR 11am, Halloween Storytime! Hear about a fearless anti-heroine and a hilarious and creepy story of a brave rabbit and a very weird pair of underwear. Barnes & Noble Booksellers Daytona Beach, 1900 W International Spdwy, Daytona Beach. Oct 28 MONSTER MASH HALLOWEEN ON THE ROOF 7pm, Spooktacular evening of fun! Last Electric Rodeo: retro-futuristic, post apocalyptic, spaghetti-western, surf-rock tunes. Haram Scarum brings the doom-wop. DJ Jurassic Jack provides the soundtrack. Free, family friendly! Costume contest. The Roof, 1200 Main St, Daytona Beach. Oct 29 HALLOWEEN PARTY, BOOK & MOVIE SIGNING 1-5pm, Jesse L. Greene, Actor in “Killer Campout” series and Pirate Captain Mango, signing autographs and giving out posters. Wylie Scott, Author, signing copies of Whitechapel Summer 1888 which are for sale at Amazon or Sunsetters (while they last). Costume contest, $50 Gift card to Sunsetters Riverfront Bar & Grill, 115 Main St. Daytona Beach, 386-333-9798. Oct 31 Halloween Party, costume contest, Cash & Prizes. Pin Ups Gentleman’s Club, 400 E International Speedway, Daytona Beach, 386-275-1429. Nov 1 COCKTAILS & CREATIONS: BLACK LIGHT PAINT NIGHT: DIA DE LOS MUERTOS 7-9pm, Day of the Dead themed instructional black light paint night! $35 future members, $30 MOAS members. Museum of Arts & Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd, Daytona Beach, 386-255-0285. moas.org Oct 28 ANNUAL HALLOWEEN BASH Call for Halloween events. Surfside Tavern, 3400 S. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach Shores, 3400 S Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach Shores, 386-492-5792. SOUTH DAYTONA Oct 28 HALLOWEEN BASH Live Music, Costume Contest for Couple Costume, Most Original and Crowd Favorite. Cash Prizes. Best Overall Costume, $100 cash and $25 bar tab, Best Couples Costume: $75 cash $25 bar tab, Most Original Costume: $50 cash $25 bar tab. (All Contests by Crowd Applause) Registration starts at 7 pm, Winners at 11pm. Mark’s Sports Pub, 2045 S. Ridgewood Ave., 386-767-2277 Oct 28 HALLOWEEN POTLUCK 7:30m, all ages, bring a dish to share, shake bar available, decades of music. Costume contest. Full Circle Nutrition, 1821 S Ridgewood Ave, South Daytona Oct 26 – 28 ENCHANTED FOREST HAY RIDE 5:30-9pm, High school drama clubs perform skits with positive messages and themes on this non-scary hayride through Reed Canal Park. Advance tickets required $3, 2 < FREE. Piggotte Community Center, 504 Big Tree Rd. Hay Ride at 504 Big Tree Road, South Daytona. Oct 31 LIGHT THE NIGHT COSTUME CONTEST 6:30 pm, Costume Contest. 4 & under, 5-10, and 11-16. Games, candy prizes, free hot dog, cotton candy and popcorn. Kenilworth Ave., near South Daytona elementary and set up in the parking lot of the two churches Southdaytona.org. PORT ORANGE Oct 31 PORT ORANGE HALLOWEEN SPOOKTACULAR 5:30-8pm, Trunk or Treat Community Expo, kids costume contests, pumpkin games, petting zoo, food trucks, more! Fun activities for all ages! Community

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Oct 21 ZOMBIE BEACH 5K AND THE MONSTER BEACH 10K. (ADULTS) 9am, More than 10 adult costume contests, prizes & specials. Flagler Ave. PartyonFlagler.com $25. Proceeds: Southern Stone Charities and their New Smyrna Beach Pop Warner program. Flagler Ave Beach Approach, New Smyrna Beach.

Oct 25 YAPPY HOUR 5:30-7:30pm, $15, 2-drinks and light appetizers. BYOD! Person/pet costume contest, photo booth. Proceeds: benefit the area’s animals. Spruce Creek Fly In, Downwind Cafe, 100 Cessna Blvd, Port Orange. 386-7568811. thedownwind.com. Oct 1 – 31 HALLOWEEN EVENTS FREE marshmallow Roast and Cider, Fri 7-8pm, Bounce Houses Sat 10am-6pm. Pumpkin Painting 12-5pm (Buy a pumpkin, paint it for FREE) ALL pumpkin sales go to support our children and youth in the community, Fall Festival Oct 14th, 11am-3pm. Scholastic Book Fair Oct 13-22. Food Trucks and Worship Night Oct 21st (Food trucks 5-9, Worship 7-8). Trunk and Treat Oct 29th, 5-7pm. First Church Port Orange, 305 Dunlawton Ave. Oct 20 HALLOWEEN TRICK OR TREAT EVENT 3:30-7pm, Non-scary decorations, candy stops, plenty of parking, <12 accompanied by adult. Free. Palmer College of Chiropractic, 4705 S Clyde Morris Blvd, Port Orange. 386-763-2718.t. Oct 28 SCARY AND STRANGE POETRY SLAM AND HALLOWEEN PARTY 7-10pm, TY5 and the Creative Happiness Institute presents Open Mic & Music, all styles of poetry. $5 admission. $50 prize for best costume. The STAGE at thank you five 4606 Clyde Morris Blvd Unit 2N, Port Orange, 386-2955699. thankyoufive.org Oct 28 FIRST RESPONDERS BLOCK PARTY/ TRUNK OR TREAT 4-7pm, Block Party/Trunk or Treat. Port Orange Police Department, 4545 S Clyde Morris Blvd, Port Orange, 386-506-5800. . Oct 29 TRUNK OR TREAT 5-7pm, Free Trunk or Treat Event! Join us for family friendly trunks, free food and a bounce house, race trikes, book fair, Dunk Tank, face painting, cotton candy, Shaved ice, popcorn,First United Methodist Church of Port Orange, 305 Dunlawton Ave, Port Orange. . DELAND Oct 11 WWC DAY OF THE DEAD 5-8pm, Visit 8 stores, sample wine and chocolate, make one purchase, win prizes. Downtown DeLand Historic District. Abbey Bar, 117 N Woodland Blvd, Deland. Now - Oct 21: LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, 7:30 and 2:30, $10 – 28. The Athens Theatre, 124 N Florida Ave, Deland. Athensdeland.com Sept 29- Oct 31 HERITAGE FARMS CORN MAZE & PUMPKIN PATCH Various hours. Maze $7. Hay Ride $2. 1338 W Plymouth Ave, Deland. 386-631-3127. deland4kids.com Now - Oct 23 PUMPKIN DECORATING CONTEST Decorate a pumpkin or gourd - real or artificial. Bring to the library by October 21. Judging Oct 23rd week. Various Categories: 3-7, 8-12, 13-17, 18+. Winners announced Oct 30. Edgewater Public Library, 103 W. Indian River Blvd, 386-4242916. Oct 20 HAY DAY FALL FESTIVAL 5-7:30pm, Hay Everyone!! “unbeleaf-able” food vendors, yard games, prizes, photo area and movie Hotel Transylvania (7:30pm). BYO chair or blanket. Earl Brown Park, 750 S Alabama Ave, DeLand, 386-740-5800. Oct 20 -22 ORCHTOBERFEST 9am – 5m, Hay rides, live music, local arts and crafts, and delicious authentic German cuisine. EFG ORCHIDS , 4265 Marsh Road, Deland. Oct 21 ZOMBIE PUB CRAWL 7pm, The Brickhouse to The Elusive Grape, Halfwall, Persimmon Hollow, Blind Pig and Abby Bar. Bagpiper will march us to each stop. Raffle baskets, poker hand. Proceeds: our scholarship fund. Bill & Frank’s Brick House Grill, 142 N Woodland Blvd, DeLand. Oct 28 GREAT PUMPKIN RIDE 8:30am – noon, Bike Triage Clinic, Friendly ghosts will guide you through historic homes district and the Oakdale Cemetery. Helmets required. Free. Registration required. SJR2C.org/SJR2C-Summit. Bill Dreggors Park, Deland. Oct 28 5TH ANNUAL GLAMOUR & GORE 7-11pm, Classy & Creepy Costume Party. $50 includes Heavy HorsD’Oeuvres, free beer, wine and our signature drink. Cash bar: $1500 in costume prizes. Proceeds: local charities. Sponsored by Deland Rotary. Held at Artisan Alley, 113 W Georgia Ave, DeLand. Oct 31 MONSTERS ON MAINSTREET 6pm- 8pm. Safe trick-or-treating from downtown merchants, kids dance party, live DJ and costume contest. Main St. MainStreetDeLand.org DELTONA Oct 27 – 28 SPOOKTACULAR 6-10pm, Fri: Teen Night, Haunted Pirate Ship, Haunted Trail, Hayride, and a D.J. and other musical groups. Sat: Family Night, Haunted Pirate Ship, Haunted Trail, Hayride, inflatables, treats, a pie eating contest and a frightening freaky food contest. Free. Dewey O. Boster Sports Complex, 1200 Saxon Blvd. 386-878-8900. ORANGE CITY Oct 28 HALLOWEEN BLOCK PARTY 5-10pm, Trick-or-Treating, Kids play area, Live music, Pet Costume Contest, Kid/ Adult Costume Contest, Movie in the Park: Hotel Transylvania 2. FREE. Block of East Graves Ave, Holly Ave to Oak Ave, Orange City. ourorangecity.com NEW SYMRNA BEACH Oct 14 GREAT CANDY RACE 5K 8am, Quarter Marathon and 5K runners. Charter member of the Daytona Running Series. Awards to follow the race at Clancy’s Cantina. $25 – 40. Clancy’s Cantina, 301 Flagler Ave, New Smyrna Beach. Kimla Shelton, 386-410-2890. KShelton@cityofnsb.com Oct 21 LITTLE DEVIL DASH BEACH 200/400 METER RUN/WALK 8-11am. 12 and under. Finisher Metal, T-shirt, Social & Candy. 12 & under.

Oct 31 HALLOWEEN PARADE AND COSTUME CONTEST 4-7pm, Costume contest after the parade. Various age groups, including adults. Only homemade costumes will be eligible for awards. Corner of Orange Street and Canal Street and will proceed east down Canal Street to the Chamber of Commerce parking lot. cityofnsb.com New Smyrma Beach. Oct 31SEA SQUIRTS: SPOOKY SEA CREATURES 10-11am, Introduces marine life to children ages 2-5 years. Adults will accompany their children to the program. Activities may include examinations of species both skeletal and alive, arts and crafts, stories, audio visual presentations, and games. Reservations $5pp. Marine Discovery Center, 520 Barracuda Blvd, New Smyrna Beach, 386-428-4828. EDGEWATER Oct 21 FALL FESTIVAL 5-9pm, Trunk or Treat, fun and games. Hawks Park, 148 West Turgot Ave, Edgewater. MELBORNE/MERRIT ISLAND Oct 13-29 BOO AT THE ZOO 30 treat stations, DJ, tween-oriented Hall of Illusions, western adventure on the Boo Choo Train, original puppet show, fun games and costume contest! Pricing varies by night; see website for details. Brevard Zoo, 8225 N Wickham Rd, Melbourne 321-254-9463. Oct 20, 21, 27, 28 HAUNTED TRAIL 7:30pm, Enter if you dare for a nearly half mile terrifying outdoor stroll under the darkness of night through multiple live actor fright scenes. $10. Not recommended for children, but 12< $5 when accompanied by a parent. Brevard County Kiwanis Island Park, 951 Kowanis Island Park Rd, Merritt, Island. 321-412-1340. SANFORD Oct 13 WITCHES’ BALL 2017 7-11:30pm, Welcome back to our ball this year and we are so excited to have you at this event on Lucky 13! Stay tuned for more details. Woman’s Club of Sanford Landmark, 309 S. Oak Ave., Sanford. 407-322-8678. Oct 21 & 28 HALLOWEEN CRAWL 8pm-12am, Go inside haunted buildings and stroll the haunted streets. $25. Paranormal Investigation in Downtown Sanford, 116 S Park Ave, Sanford. Oct 21 SANFORD PUMPKIN FEST 6-9pm, Live music. Best in Show, People’s choice, Gourdmania outside in the courtyard and enjoy a fantastic art exhibit from the Artist League of Orange County. Free. Historic Sanford Welcome Center, 230 E First St, Sanford. Oct 28 SANFORD AVENUE BLOCK PARTY HALLOWEEN EXTRAVAGANZA 4pm-12am, Halloween Party and Two Brewery Anniversaries. Costume contest for dogs and kids, 2 bands, street fun, vendors. FREE. S Sanford Ave, Sanford. Oct 28-29 ZOO BOO BASH IN SANFORD Trick-or-treat in the wildest neighborhood in town. Central Florida Zoo, 3755 NW Hwy 17-92, Sanford. Nov 11 WDPAC GHOST TOUR 7-11pm, presented by TNT Paranormal Investigations. Investigate the historic building of the former site of the Ritz Theatre. Equipment on hand to use or bring your own. $37 Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center, 201 S Magnolia Ave, Sanford, 407-321-8111. CASSADEGA Saturdays SPIRIT ENCOUNTERS NIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY TOUR A guided tour which will walk you through energy “hot spots.” Learn about spiritualism, mediumship, physical phenomena and more. Bring a digital camera. $25. Cassadega Spiritualist Camp, Andrew Jackson Building. Cassadega.org DE LEON SPRINGS VO-LASALLE FARMS ANNUAL FARM DAYS will NOT be holding a Maze this year. Hurricane Irma destroyed their crops. Oct 14, 15, 21, 22, 22, 28 & 29 7TH ANNUAL HAUNTED HAY RIDE 7:30pm, 6130 State Rd 11. 386-212-1199. connection.erau.edu/event/1055101 Oct 21 HAUNTED 5K TRAIL RUN/ FAMILY WALK 7pm, Who knows what lurks behind the trees? Bonfire to cook hot dogs and S’Mores, Adult and Kid costume contest, Trick or Treating. Camp Winona, 898 Camp Winona Rd, Deleon Springs. HauntedTrailRun.com OCT 31 AUTUMN IN THE OAKS ART, MUSIC AND CRAFTS FESTIVAL 9am – 3pm, country fair, arts and crafts items, Free-Wil BBQ, tasty desserts, free Kidzone, historic and educational exhibits, Crankin As car show, Chili Cook Off, Live Rock and Bluegrass Music. Sit in at the Pickers Circle. 5030 US-17, DeLeonSpringscommunityassociation.com ORLANDO Oct 13 FRIDAY 13TH MEGA ART PARTY 6:30-9:30pm, This show will be bigger than the others, so get here early. any new surprises for you. Thirty Six Black art collective, 1809 S Orange Ave, Orlando. Oct 22 KID’S HALLOWEEN PARTY FEATURING HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA 2 11:30am-2:30pm, Bring the entire family for a costume party, spooktacular lunch, games, and fun the whole family will enjoy! $18 pp, MOVIE & PARTY PACKAGE. Enzian Theater, 1300 S Orlando Ave, Maitland. Oct 28 OWLOWEEN2-6pm, Come visit the refuge with your family. Back To Nature Wildlife Refuge, 10525 Clapp Simms Duda Rd., Orlando, 407-568-5138. Oct 28 EUSTIS FALL FEST3-6pm, Hay rides, pony rides, face painting, music, games, pumpkin painting, balloon artists, food vendors, bounce houses, more. Costume contest 4:30pm, 0-10, 11-17, 18 and older and pets! Ferran Park, Ferran Park Drive at East Magnolia Ave, Eustis, 352-483-5491.

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LOCAL AREA EVENTS SEP 8 -10 • INTERNATIONAL LATIN & OCT 28 • NEW SMYRNA BEACH FALL SAND ART FESTIVAL 8am-3pm, “Classic Movie Monsters”: Amateur teams create sand sculptures in 10’ X 10’ plots. Prizes for individual adult, child and team categories. Sand art professionals will create as well. Free, Register: FB = 1453829541338043 or text NSB to 40691. Flagler Avenue Beach Approach. DEC 2 • CRAFTERS WANTED! INDOOR & OUTDOOR MARKET 8am-2pm, Limited spaces available, market located at SNPJ Lodge in the heart of Samsula, FL. Looking for handcrafted, original items that will make great GIFTS & Christmas Decorations. Tricia, 386-566-7051. triciatudeen@gmail.com , samsulawomansclub.com/craft-show.html. Samsula Woman’s Club is a nonprofit organization. Proceeds provide scholarships and community outreach for families in need.

GALLERIES/MUSEUMS 1ST SATURDAY • ART STROLL & ARTISTS MARKET Art Stroll: 10am – 5pm, locations on Douglas and Canal Streets. Artist talks (4-8pm, Douglas Ave and The Hub) and live music (11am-1pm at Christmas Park). Canalstreetnsb.com Now – Nov 4: UCF Flying Horse Editions: The Art of Collaboration. Reception: Oct 20, 5-7pm Tues – Fri 10am- 4pm, Sat 10am-2pm, Atlantic Center for the Arts, Pabst Visitor Center & Gallery 1414 Art Center Ave, NSB Now – Jan 29, 2018: Doris Leeper – Environmentalist / Visionary. Opening Reception: Nov 9, 6:30- 8pm. New Smyrna Museum of History, 120 Sams Avenue, New Smyrna Beach.

OCT 19 • SALT MARSH UPDATE 6-8pm, Examine the health of the ecosystem in the recently reclaimed salt marsh that once was the site of New Smyrna Beach High School. Free, no registration needed. Marine Discovery Center, 520 Barracuda Boulevard in New Smyrna Beach.

MUSIC 2ND & 4TH WED TIL DEC 27 • GIFT OF A LIFETIME (GOAL) CHOIR 10:30-11:30am, Community choir invites care partners, caregivers, and anyone wishing to keep their mind healthy and active. Free. ACA Downtown: Harris House, 214 S Riverside Dr., New Smyrna Beach. 2ND FRIDAY 6:30-8:30pm, Live entertainment in a gallery setting at The Hub featuring eclectic musical performances and jazz variations. $5 non-members. The Hub, 132 Canal St, New Smyrna, TheHubonCanal.org. EVERY 4TH THURSDAY • BLUEGRASS JAM AT THE HUB 6:30 – 8:30pm, Play, sing, or listen! Play books, some refreshments provided. $5 donation. The Hub, 132 Canal St, New Smyrna, TheHubonCanal.org.

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Now – Oct 14: Wendy Tatter: Batik Impressions of Florida. Artists Talk: Sep 8, 11am, ACA Downtown: Arts on Douglas, alt_space Gallery, 123 Douglas Street, NSB. atlanticcenterforthearts.org Oct 20, 5 – 7pm, Reception to welcome artists in-residence. Pabst Visitor Center & Gallery,1414 Art Center Avenue, New Smyrna Beach, Oct 24: 7:30pm, Terese Svoboda, Talk / Reading - followed by book signing. Rinker Auditorium, Lynn Business Center, Stetson University, 345 N Woodland Blvd, DeLand, Oct 26: 5:30pm, Linda Troeller, Illustrated Talk, followed by Q & A and by book signing. Southeast Museum of Photography, Madorsky Theater, Daytona State College, Bldg. 1200/Hosseini Center, 1200 W International Speedway Blvd, Daytona Beach, Oct 30: 7:30pm, Michael Bisio, Live Performance - Timucua White House, 2000 S. Summerlin Ave, Orlando, Nov 2, 7pm, INsideOUT, Associate Artists’ presentations and informal studio visits with Artists-in-Residence. ACA Joan James Harris Theater and artists’ studios, 1414 Art Center Avenue, New Smyrna Beach, Adult Content - for mature audiences. NOW – OCT 21 • CALLING ALL ARTISTS Arts on Douglas is now accepting submissions for Small Things Considered, the gallery’s annual year-end art exhibition of works 10” x 10” or smaller. This call for artists is open to Florida artists working in all media excluding video/ sound and installation art. artsondouglas.submittable.com

THEATRE/COMEDY Oct 19-29: Death of a Salesman Nov 8-12: Love, Loss & What I Wore 7pm. Little Theatre, 726 2rd Ave, NSB. Nsbplayers.org 386-423-1246.

ONGOING •LINE DANCING Fresh air, sunshine, waterfront, yoga! 9am. Meet at Riverwalk roundabout. 407-620-5978. NOW – OCT 24 • GARDEN COURSE Tuesdays 10-11am, New Smyrna Beach Garden Club will teach gardening techniques. Free. Babe James Community Center, 201 N Myrtle Ave, NSB, Class application, cityofnsb.com. 386-410-2890

FUNDRAISERS OCT 13 • ACA EXPOSED 2017 6-9pm, Innovative tastings, performances and art of local chefs, artists, performers. $150 non members / ACA Members $125. Atlantic Center for the Arts, 1414 Art Center Ave, New Smyrna Beach FB = 10154517273221841 OCT 15 • CHARITY PIG ROAST 2-10pm, Come on out for our Sunday PIG ROAST! $1 donation to eat, Proceeds: Waves to Recovery. Ashley Young plays 2-6pm and Tyler Haney 6-10pm, No Name Saloon & Grill, 2001 S Ridgewood Ave, Edgewater FB = 136936696927662. OCT 21 • LITTLE DEVILS DASH 8:30-11am, Age 12 and under. Run 200 or 400 meters along the beach in New Smyrna Beach! $15, every child gets a finisher medal and a t-shirt. OCT 21 • BEACH MONSTER 10K BEACH RUN 8-11am, Watch out for Zombies trying to grab your flag football belt. Family-friendly, post-race Monster Social and award ceremony, zombie photo opportunities. The Monster Social at Flagler Tavern. $25. Proceeds: Southern Stone Charities. runsignup.com.

MISCELLANEOUS 1ST SATURDAY • CRAFT BEER WALK 1-7pm $20/6oz souvenir glass & 12 sampling tickets for 10 locations. Save 10% when you bring your glass back. Canal St, NSB, CanalStreetNSB.com

FILMS 1ST WEDNESDAY • WOMEN IN FILM & TELEVISION 6:30 - 8:30 pm, Network and promote creation in the community. FREE Light snacks and beverages. thehuboncanal.org OCT 12 • THE SECRET 6-8pm, Leading scientists, authors, doctors, and philosophers reveal the great Secret to everything: joy, health, money, relationships, love, happiness. Free. Mind Body Soul of New Smyrna Beach, 821 W Canal, NSB. 386-410-2175.

FAMILY/YOUTH Through May 12, 2018 • 2ND SATURDAY SOUNDWALK 11am, Explore sounds and rhythms of our urban and natural world. All ages: de-stress, focus, and develop a deeper understanding of how we fit into our environment. Free. Limited to 20. ACA Harris House, 214 S Riverside Dr., NSB . OCT 11 – NOV 15 WEDNESDAYS • INTRO TO ARCHERY 4pm, Basic skills to shoot bow and arrow on

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a target range by certified USA Archery Level 2 instructors. $75, 8-12 years. Marine Discovery Center, 520 Barracuda Blvd, New Smyrna Beach, Register, Logan Rohrbach 386-428-4828 OCT 16 • FWC SALTWATER FISHING CAMP Ethical angling, fisheries conservation, rods and reels, knot tying, casting, tackle, and fish morphology. Equipment provided. $40. Marine Science Center, 520 Barracuda Dr, New Smyrna Beach. Register: Erica Edmonston, 386-428-3310.

NOW – OCT 13 • VETERANS READING GROUP 11am-1pm, Join all generations reading and discussing ancient texts about war and warriors: what faces them on the battlefield and at home. Free. ACA Downtown: Harris House, 214 S Riverside Dr., New Smyrna Beach. 4TH SATURDAY • WINE WALK 1-7pm, $25, 20 tasting tickets and keepsake wine glass. 100 wines on Flagler Avenue, Historic Flagler Avenue, New Smyrna Beach. partyonflagler.com.

WEST VOLUSIA COUNTY FESTIVALS OCT 15 • VOLUSIA LATIN FESTIVAL 12-7pm, Dewey Boster Park, 1200 Saxon Blvd., Deltona, volusiachamber.org/signature-events. 386-626-4264. OCT 12 & 13 • YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW STANDARD PETITE FLOWER SHOW Oct 12, 5-8pm, Wine, appetizers, live music,

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car show, opportunity drawings, stroll our lovely gardens. Oct 13, 10am-3pm, Happy 90th birthday Garden Club of DeLand, 865 S Alabama Ave, Deland, 386-624-6960, $10.

4-7pm, Members get 20% discount on all regular priced merchandise and free gift wrapping. Museum of ArtDeLand, 600 N. Woodland Blvd. 386.734-4371.

OCT 21 • THIN MAN WATTS JAZZ FEST A celebration of live Jazz, Blues and Gospel music. Honors the lives and works of masters like Watts and Sam Rivers. Live performances in and around downtown DeLand. $10 advance, $15 door. wattsjazzfest.com.

Oct 14 Exhibit : Suzanne and Kwaku Addai, Ghana West Africa. Wed – Sat 10am – 4pm, Donations accepted. African American Museum of the Arts, 325 South Clara, Ave, Deland. 386-736-4004.

OCT 21 • CRAFT BEER AND CHILI COOKOFF 1-7pm, Details to come. facebook.com/ events/1544989165523339 OCT 22 •12TH ANNUAL FLORIDA HARMONICA CHAMPIONSHIPS 9am-12am, Biggest show of harmonica players from all over Florida and beyond come to play...international guest stars...food, prizes, giveaways. BEACHSIDE TAVERN, 690 E 3rd Ave, New Smyrna Beach. OCT 27 • OKTOBERFEST CELEBRATION 7-11pm, Wear your lederhosen & dirndls. Live German music, authentic German food, Oktoberfest beer specials, German liquor specials and a yodeling contest! Half Wall, 105 W Indiana Ave, DeLand, 386-740-7720 OCT 28 • TAPAS AND WINE FESTIVAL 1-4pm, All day fun, music, food and wine tasting. $45 Bootleggers Ball, $65 Ball and Festival. Chess Park, W Indiana St, Deland. DelandChamber.org. NOV 4 • REED FOLEY7-9-pm, For the first time ever, Reed Foley will be performing at the Volusia County Fair! All brought to you by WKRO 93.1 FM Coast Country. Tommy Lawrence Arena At Volusia County Fairgrounds, De Land, FB = 118909278821006. NOV 4 • DELAND ORIGINAL MUSIC FESTIVAL 1pm-1am, Monumental Celebration of the Creativity In Music: 170+ local and regional acts on 28 stages in historic Downtown DeLand. Rock, Jazz, Blues, Country, Bluegrass, Hip Hop, Electronica, Industrial, Folk, Christian Rock, Metal, Ska and more. $10.75 and up, 12< free. Downtown DeLand, ssa.cc/deland.htm NOV 4 • FALL COUNTRY JAMBOREE 9am-5pm, Food, arts & crafts, silent auction, Live Folk Music, Wagon rides, old time barn dance, storytelling, sugar cane boil, historical demonstrations. $10 adults, $5 kids, 6< Free. Barberville Pioneer Settlement, 1776 Lightfoot Ln, Barberville, 386-749-2949. NOV 11 • DELAND CHEESE & WINE FESTIVAL 5-9pm, Cheese samples and Cheese inspired dishes, Wine and Beer tastings, a Wine, Cheese & Chocolate Pairing Class, Cigar Lounge, Vendor Village, Mac-N Cheese Meltdown contest! $35 Adv, $45 Door. Proceeds: Me Strong! Wayne G. Sanborn Activity Center next to the beautiful Earl Brown Park. 2ND SATURDAYS AT THE SETTLEMENT 11AM – 3PM, Pine needle basket making, drop spindle/ wool carding or a beginner weaving class. Barberville Pioneer Settlement, 1776 Lightfoot Ln, 386-749-2959. 3RD SATURDAY • DELAND PRIDE NIGHT 2-7PM, Shops, bars and restaurants will be open with specials and entertainment for the evening. Free for all ages. delandpride.com. 1ST THURSDAY • DELAND PRIDE NETWORK Monthly “meet and greet” mixers. Informal basis and share experiences, challenges, and opportunities. Abbey Bar, 117 N Woodland Blvd, DeLand. 1ST FRI • ROCK THE BLOCK6-9pm, First Friday Block Party, Live entertainment, refreshments, specials, door prizes, demos & more, Downtown DeLand.

THEATRE/COMEDY Now - Oct 21: LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, 7:30 and 2:30, $10 – 28. Oct 27: Dick Clark’s Caravan of Stars, A tribute by Ron Seggi, 7:30pm, $20-25 The Athens Theatre, 124 N Florida Ave, Deland. Athensdeland.com

GALLERIES/MUSEUMS OCT 13 • FALL EXHIBITION OPENING RECEPTION 5-7pm, Quiet Revolution: A Survey of the Art of Theo Wujcik; Paintings, Drawings, Graphics, & Photography. Free Members, $10 non-members. Museum of Art-DeLand, 600 N. Woodland Blvd. 386.734-4371. Oct 20: Patrick Boyd: Man with a Holo Camera and Dan Biferie: The Art of Learning, Opening Reception 5-7pm, Members: Free, Non-members: $10. Oct 20: MEMBERS ONLY HOLIDAY SHOPPING NIGHT,

OCT 21, NOV 11 • FAMILY FUN SATURDAY 10a – 1pm, Museum of Art-DeLand, 100 N. Woodland Blvd. Free to all, moartdeland.org. COMING SOON • DAVID BOWIE EXHIBIT An exhibition of pieces from Bowie’s personal collection of pieces by the Italian design movement Memphis, Space Oddities: Bowie Sottsass Memphis. Modernism Museum, 145 E. Fourth Ave, Mount Dora, 352-385-0034. modernismmuseum.org.

FILMS NOV 11 “The Loving Story”, 4pm, light refreshments. Donations accepted. African American Museum of the Arts, 325 South Clara, Ave, Deland. 386-736-4004. africanmuseumdeland.org.

FAMILY/YOUTH ONGOING Smithsonian Institution’s traveling exhibition “The Way We Worked”. FREE. Enterprise Heritage Museum, 360 Main St, Enterprise, 386-259-5900. oldenterprise.org. FRI – MON • SMOOTH WATERS WILDLIFE CENTER 9am-2pm, Crocodiles, turtles and alligators. Guided tours available. $5 Limited time., 4500 Reed St., De Leon Springs, smoothwaterswildlife.com.

MUSIC OCT 11: STETSON UNIVERSITY JAZZ ENSEMBLE, 7:30PM, $5-10 The Athens Theatre, 124 N Florida Ave, Deland. Athensdeland.com. OCT 13 • DELAND HOMECOMING 2017 WITH THE A+TEAM 8pm-2am, THE A+TEAM - ultimate 80’s cover band. ONE NIGHT ONLY. $15 advance, $20 day of show RAIN OR SHINE. Cafe DaVinci, 112 W Georgia Ave, DeLand, 386-736-0008. TUESDAYS • JAZZ IN THE COURTYARD 7pm, The DaVinci Jazz Experiment. No cover. Cafe DaVinci, 112 W Georgia Ave, DeLand, 386-736-0008.

WORKSHOPS/CLASSES 4TH TUESDAY • TECH DELAND 6pm, Encourage a better understanding of technology by sharing knowledge, Abbey Bar, 117 N Woodland Blvd, Deland. meetup. com/TechDeLand .

FUNDRAISER EVERY TUESDAY • DELAND ELKS BINGO 6-9pm, Non-smoking, 21+, food for purchase, $15. Proceeds to Elks Charities. Open to public. Deland Elks Lodge, 150 S Clara Ave, Deland. 386-738-1463. FINISH BY OCT 31 • GRACE HOUSE PREGNANCY CENTER RUN/ WALK 9am, Virtual race. PRIZES and medals for the top fundraisers! Register, ministrysync.com 386-943-4004.

MISCELLANEOUS 2ND WEDNESDAY • TOTALLY AWESOME 80’S 5:30-8PM, Grab your shoulder pads, neon and Aqua Net for a radical time at Wine, Women & Chocolate (aka WWC). Visit 8 stores, sample wine and chocolate, make one purchase, win prizes. Downtown DeLand Historic District. FB = 153985285177336. EVERY FRIDAY • ARTISAN ALLEY FARMER’S MARKET & MORE 6-9pm, Featuring local produce, plants, pickles, honey, baked goods, arts & crafts. Artisan Alley on Georgia, DeLand.

SANFORD FESTIVALS OCT 12 - 14 • SANFORD OKTOBERFEST Thurs, Oktober 12th: 5-8 (Alive After Five), Fri, Oktober 13th: 6-11, Saturday, Oktober 14th: 2-11. Oktoberfest street party! Magnolia Square and 2nd street between Magnolia and Sanford Ave. Admission, parking free. Hollerbach’s Willow Tree Cafe, 205 E 1st St, Sanford. 2ND THURS • ALIVE AFTER 5 5-8pm. Oct 12 & 13: Oktoberfest. Nov 11: SOUPER SANFORD. Music, artists, food & crafts beer, Downtown Sanford, 230 E 1st

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THE NOT-SO-SECRET, SECRET SHOPPER TAKES AN IN DEPTH LOOK AT: DINE AND CRUISE Waterfront towns such as Daytona Beach often have dining on the water experiences. But rarely do they have a price tag as low as $19.95, and even more rare is a 5-star rating. Dine and Cruise consistently was given the highest of praises by their passengers. It was just enough to spark my interest. Is is true Dine and Cruise is the best value in America or was it all hype? My first stop was www.dineandcruise.com to purchase tickets. The process was surprisingly simple. Click buy tickets, number in party, date, credit card, done. And now I had to focus on the task at hand, to gather up a group of elite, extremely picky critics, with a propensity to speak the truth, my best friend and my grandchildren. You couldn’t ask for a more qualified team. Location: Dine and Cruise is easy to find, located on the marina right in Downtown Day t o n a , s i g n s are everywhere, the parking is ample. No problems there. When you arrive you check

in, select your entrée choices and gather your tickets. You have the option to purchase an unlimited cup for soft drinks at a barely noticeable price or you can order at the bar where the prices are low. Not that I would enjoy libations while on duty, but Coronas were $3, just saying... Waiting for the Boat: After registering the Marina View offers a full bar where you can sit and watch The Dolphin of Daytona as it pulls up to the dock just feet away from you. Convenient, no issues there. We decided the smart thing was to get on the boat early and grab a prime seat with a view. After being warmly greeted we walked the plank and immediately went upstairs and placed dibs on what I believe, was the best table on the boat. Located directly by the paddle, on the corner with a full view of the river. Score! We were quickly underway. The bartender/MC on the microphone joked with the passengers, explained the smoking areas and wished special guests Happy Divorce or Birthday. The atmosphere was light, everyone was talking with the table next to

them and I just couldn’t help but credit the great music selection for that fantastic mood everyone was in. My 3 and 5-year-old grandchildren were snapping their fingers and I was tapping my foot, as we were schooled on the different landmarks we sailed past. Hungry: Quickly after we got underway they called us by section to go down below to the galley and get our meals. The meal selections are southern simplicity. Quite frankly I found it very daring of Dine and Cruise to go up against Grandma’s cooking. Roast Turkey with Stuffing and Cranberry Sauce, Ham in a Brown Sugar, Blackberry Brandy, Pineapple juice, Prime Rib served Medium Rare or Medium, and Shrimp in a Garlic Butter Sauce. Kids meals included Macaroni and Cheese or Chicken Tenders with sides. In minutes we were settling back into our seats admiring the heaping plate of food that we had all topped with rolls and butter. The Prime Rib was so tender my best friend was speechless. This could be because she was eating all the green beans off the kids plates. My turkey was moist and delicious and the stuffing flavorful. The kids devoured all of their meals (possibly to keep us from eating it.) I looked around the surrounding tables and quizzed some diners on their Ham and Shrimp selections. They were ecstatic. The shrimp was large and they were given copious amounts. And the ham was described as, “melt in your mouth.” The bottom line, if

you’re only going to serve four items, you better make them the best they can be. And Dine and Cruise delivered. Homemade mashed potatoes sealed the deal. The trip back: The second half of the voyage was spent getting to know the people around us. A local woman who won the kids hearts, a tourist who comes every year with his family. Raffle prizes were given out and our host walked around the boat handing out chocolates. And as the trip came to an end, locals and tourists alike vowed we would be back again soon. The outcome from my group of critics, and the entire ship of passengers, Dine and Cruise is the best value in America, hands down! Book your Dine and Cruise in October, The Dolphin of Daytona will be off dock for November and December so you don’t want to wait! Bon Appetit!.

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Horoscopes

For October 2017 LIBRA (SEPT. 23-OCT. 22): Happy Birthday you charming, diplomatic, artistic children of the zodiac! You start your new yearly astrological cycle with so much planetary energy in your birth sign!You are truly on center stage as you have a lot to communicate. Extra opportunities and luck come your way through October 2005. Hopefully you’ve begun some new creative projects. You have an extra boost of energy to move you forward until the middle of November. After the 15th you’ll intensely reexamine your values – materially, intellectually and spiritually. After the 22nd, finances and personal values need to be addressed. Are they serving your needs or are you serving theirs? An inspirational romance or project could begin after the 24th. Joint finances, taxes, or intense personal issues could be illuminated on the 27th. By months’ end you enhance your appearance or completely change it. SCORPIO (OCT. 23-NOV. 21): Do you feel like a volcano bubbling and boiling ready to erupt? All this Libra planetary energy is immersed in a house for you where things are often vague and unclear. Irritability is heightened. Engage in some form of mental and physical exercise to ease the tension. You have a guardian angel on your shoulder until October 2005. A good month to pursue goals and dreams, participate in group activities, or spend more time with friends. After the 15th, you’ll share what’s been on your mind the last month. Your new yearly astrological cycle begins on the 22nd. Unclear issues concerning the home front or family could arise after the 24th. The 27th brings enlightenment to the need to address issues in some partnership/relationship. You might discover a secret admirer by month’s end! SAGITTARIUS (NOV. 22-DEC. 20): An excellent month to pursue your goals and dreams in life, to participate in group activities and causes perhaps to the point of taking a leading role, and to spend time with friends and make new ones. The new moon on the 13th would be a great time to begin a new project in this area of your life. After the 15th, meditation would serve you well and help you connect to your higher spiritual self and beliefs. After the 22nd, you begin your yearly period of getting in touch with your subconscious mind. Your astrological year is ending. It’s time to review and revise to prepare for new growth next “year.” A strong interest concerning mystical or occult subjects could arise after the 24th. The 27th could bring revelations regarding daily work or health concerns. Months’ end brings new romantic interests one of who might be a friend.’ CAPRICORN (DEC. 21-JAN. 20): Ok you industrious, highly organized sea goats, your career and/or public image is receiving a lot of universal energy. Time to further define and reassess what you want. Additional opportunities or just plain luck come in these areas through October 2005 – take advantage! Authority figures are watching. Rewards could be great – especially by months’ end – or those putting forth the extra effort. The new moon on the 13th is an opportune time to plant seeds for a new project to enhance your career and/or public image. After the 15th, you’ll be expressing your ideas and opinions, in a direct and penetrating manner, in group activities and with friends. Your sense of values may take on a heightened spiritual tone after the 24th. Focus is on some creative or romantic endeavor on the 27th. AQUARIUS (JAN. 21-FEB.18): A lot of planetary energy is activating the area in your chart that involves higher education and philosophical ideas. Time to pursue a new course of study, take a journey to foreign lands, or simply interact with foreign people to expand your universal vision and help nurture your inborn need to create social change. After the 13th would be an opportune time to initiate new activities in these areas. Most of the month you may find yourself craving intense emotional encounters that will stir your deepest passions. By months’ end you’ll be longing for places with breath-taking vistas or find a foreigner has captured your heart. After the 15th, you’ll be thinking and communicating intensely about career matters or your public image. You may find yourself more compassionate towards others after the 24th. Issues on the home front may arise on the 27th. PISCES (FEB.18-MAR. 20): Your ruling planet Neptune turns direct this month. You now continue to pursue outwardly your inborn intuitive spiritual desire to move humanity forward to a higher plane of existence. What a time to come out of “hibernation” with so much planetary energy driving you to pursue so much intensity in your life. You may seem a little withdrawn by others. Investigate anything that needs an answer. Partnerships/relationships go smoothly – you’ll be analyzing them very closely. Issues can be settled amicably. You’ll be craving close intimate encounters. After the 15th, you’ll be thinking of ways to intensely transform your life. After the 24th, you begin to question and reevaluate what your life means in spiritual terms. Enlightenment on the 27th about your everyday environment.

ARIES (MAR. 21-APR. 20): You’ll certainly be fulfilling your need to be independent and develop self-awareness especially within partnership/ relationships. Conversations, debates and finding a mentor all figure in. The work scene is pleasant. Watch the tendency to overindulge in food and drink. By months’ end you could find a partnership/ relationship turning romantic. After the 15th, your mind will want to probe subjects intensely and penetrate deep spiritual truths. After the 22nd, you may experience the “death” and then rebirth of some personal aspect. After the 24th, make sure groups and friends you are involved with are worth your time and effort. Associate with like-minded others! The 27th focuses on your finances and/or current set of values. TAURUS (APR. 21-MAY 21): Your ability to be resourceful and productive is being tested on the work front. Your workload has probably doubled. Keep on the look out for increased opportunities for advancement through October 2005. Health should be excellent through this period. Romantic and creative pursuits get a loving boost but by months’ end the emphasis shifts to increased cooperation from co-workers and superiors. After the 13th would be a good time to begin new projects that either enhance your work environment or improve your health. The 15th brings intense and probing communications in partnership/ relationships. After the 24th, you may become involved with spiritual or occult matters within your career, or you could decide your present calling is not adequate. The 27th brings illumination to some personal issue. GEMINI (MAY 21-JUNE 21): This month you’ll find yourself in the mood to play. Your inner cruise director is working overtime to choose between romance, creativity or pleasurable pursuits. You’ll be busy enhancing the appearance of your home or perhaps entertaining guests. By the end of the month you’ll really be in the mood for having a good time. The new moon on the 13th would be good for starting new creative projects that use your artistic ability. After the 15th, you’ll be more involved with mental work and be paying more attention to detail. Communications increase with employers and employees. Start a new health regimen and a sensible diet. After the 24th, your interests may be stimulated to connect with higher consciousness and spiritual truths. The 27th brings mystical or spiritual discipline or emotional issues. CANCER (JUNE 21-JULY 20): The home front becomes your strategic command center! You might as well have a revolving door with all the comings and goings. Numerous visitors, nostalgic conversations, lively debates, renovations and expansion are all part of the scenario. Precise, well thought out communications gives way to the tendency to overindulge in food and drink. Family disputes begin to be settled. The new moon on the 13th would be a good time to begin a project involving family or strengthening your security and/or foundation. After the 15th, you’ll begin to express your thoughts and communicate them with others emotionally. Mental activities will appeal to you. After the 24th, you’ll be drawn once again to exploring the hidden aspects of the universe. The 27th brings enlightenment to personal goals/dreams. LEO (JULY 21-AUG. 22): The universe is asking you to creatively express yourself and be appreciated by others in your everyday environment. The pace of your daily routine has surely gone into warp speed! Your plans for the future are becoming larger and more expansive. Examining your personal values, being drawn to things of beauty and the urge to shop ’til you drop give way to discovering the considerate amount of love in your everyday world. Which one of you will receive a special “proposal”? After the 15th, thoughts turn toward the home front, family, and considering the strength of your personal security and foundation. After the 24th,look more realistically at partnerships/relationships. Some may take on a higher spiritual quality. The 27th brings awareness to issues concerning career or projecting the public image you desire. VIRGO (AUG. 23-SEPT. 22): You’ll be using your talent to analyze your finances, your ability to make money, and your selfworth. Discover ways to function more efficiently. Set aside some money for sudden unexpected expenses. Personal pursuits give way to the ability to attract material possessions, money and people. Financial opportunities may arise. Guard against over spending. The new moon on the 13th is a good time to start a project to increase your net worth. After the 15th, pursue communications in a more powerful and cathartic manner. After the 24th, heighten your awareness and sensitivity to your physical self. The 27th brings a break from your daily life on some level. Feel this energy of possibility palpably. Feel the power of your passion for life. Your passion represents your sense of Knowing and Truth about who you are and why you are here. The ‘plan’ will reveal itself. Trust yourself and the Universe. Being in control is vastly overrated. Jupiter leaves Virgo on the 24th and won’t return until 2018 so seize the day!

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LOCAL AREA EVENTS continued

FUNDRAISERS

126. Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens, 3755 NW Highway 17-92, Sanford.

St, SanfordWelcomeCenter.com. 4TH SATURDAY •SANFORD AVENUE BLOCK PARTY 4-8pm, LIVE music! Fun, Games, Eats, Drinks, vendors between 4th and 5th Streets. LAST SUNDAY • THE ALLEY MARKETPLACE 12-6pm, Live Stage, Music, Vendors, food stands, Sweet Treat, Kids area, Pet Friendly. Free. Magnolia Square on 1st Street by the Clock Tower. thealleymarketplace.com.

THEATRE/COMEDY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY • LIVE COMEDY 8-9:30pm, Bonkerz Comedy Club inside Otters On the River. $10 + 2 item purchase. 18+. Otters on the River, 4380 Carraway Pl, Sanford, 407-629-2665. bonkerzcomedyproductions.com. OCT 22 & 23 • MUSIC MAN JR 3 and 7pm, 7pm, 70 minute Broadway musical 6th-8th grade Forest Lake Education Center Una Voce Choir. Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center, 201 S Magnolia Ave, Sanford, 407-321-8111. myflec.com.

FILMS OCT 21 • SHRIEKFEST 2-10pm, Longest running film festival dedicated to independent horror, sci-fi, and fantasy films and screenplays. Selection of short and feature films just in time for Halloween. Come meet some up and coming filmmakers. Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center, 201 S. Magnolia Ave, Sanford.

GALLERIES/MUSEUMS

MISCELLANEOUS

MOTORCYCLE CHARITY RIDES

ONGOING • CANOING AND KAYAKING AT KATIE’S LANDING Serene views on the Wekiva river. Relax, spot wildlife. $25-$40. Katie’s Landing, 5.5 miles west of I-4 off Highway 46., 407-761-1310.

1ST SAT • YOU DECIDE THE RIDE 9am, $10 – 25 per rider, charities are voted on as well. youdecidetheride.com.

OUT OF AREA

1ST WED • WINEART WEDNESDAYS 5–9pm, Live music, local artists, merchants, food trucks and new restaurants! Downtown Lake Mary District. Drew Woodall 407-486-8478. dpwenterprises@gmail.com.

FAMILY/YOUTH TELESCOPE THURSDAYS 7:00-10:00pm Join us at Cranes Roost Park in Altamonte Springs for an evening of celestial observation. FREE. 3RD SATURDAY • FOOD TRUCK WINE DOWN WEDNESDAY 5-9pm, Monthly, Family Friendly. Full Bar w/ drink specials. BYO chair and table. 2nd Street & Palmetto Ave in Downtown Sanford. GOPARTYLIVE.COM, 407-907-8162.

MUSIC EVERY THURSDAY • BLUES JAM AT THE ALLEY 8pm - 12am, Hosted by Daniel Heitz. The Alley, 114 South Park Ave., Sanford, thealleyblues.com. OCT 16: SANTANA 7pm, $86-138. Amway Center, 400 W Church St, Orlando.

WORKSHOPS/CLASSES EVERY 1ST AND 3RD SATURDAY WATERFRONT YOGA Fresh air, sunshine, waterfront, yoga! 9am. Meet at Riverwalk roundabout. 407-620-5978. EVERY 1ST AND 3RD MONDAY WRITER’S BLOCK 3 – 5pm, FREE. Join other writers to share ideas and thoughts. East Branch Library, 310 Division St, Oviedo, 407-665-1560. 1ST, 3RD AND 5TH FRIDAYS CENTRAL FLORIDA NIGHTS 8:30-9:30pm, Telescope viewings, lectures, constellations, celestial happenings. FREE. Seminole State College, 100 Weldon Blvd, B117C Planetarium, Sanford. Seminolestate.edu

OCT 14 • BUTCH PEACE MEMORIAL RIDE 4-7pm, Memorial ride, rock with DeadLanders, share a drink and stories. 50/50 Raffle, Silent Auction. Proceeds: to his family. Rudy’s Bar and Grill, 1130 Ridgewood Ave, Daytona Beach, 386-265-0486. CAR AND BIKE SHOWS EVERY WEDNESDAY • WEEKLY CAR SHOW 5-8pm, Woody’s Bar-B-Q, 99 Flagler Plaza Dr, Palm Coast, 386-439-5010.

OCT 13 – 15 • FLORIDA STATE FIDDLER’S CONVENTION Workshops, band concerts, clogging workshop, and jams. Sertoma Youth Camp, Brooksville, nettally.com.

EVERY THURSDAY • WEEKLY CAR SHOW 4-7pm, Giuseppe’s Steel City Pizza, 3658 S Nova Rd, Port Orange, 386-761-4717. giuseppessteelcitypizza.com.

OCT 14-15 • LAKE COUNTY FOLK FESTIVAL Sat 10am-9pm, Sun 11am-5pm, Food, Arts & Crafts, Funniest Song Contest. Free. lakecountyfolkfest.org.

EVERY SATURDAY • CAR SHOW Bring your favorite ride and enjoy some good music and food. Port Hole, 932 Herbert St, Port Orange, 386-256-5075. portholebars.com.

OCT 14 • INDIAN RIVER SALOON SCIENCE FESTIVAL 10am – 3pm, Family-friendly to show science is important and FUN! Explore the wonders of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) through hands-on, minds-on activities. Food trucks, FREE PARKING. Indian River Veterans Memorial Park, 600 N Indian River Dr, Fort Pierce, IRLsciencefest.org.

2ND SATURDAY • CANAL STREET CRUISE-IN 4-8pm, Family friendly car show, food and entertainment. Canal St, New Smyrna, 386-547-7319.

OCT 16 • MEGA ART 6:30-9:30pm, This show will be bigger than the others. We have so many new surprises for you. Thirty Six Black art collective, 1809 S Orange Ave, Orlando, 407-9306469.

2ND SATURDAY • BRUCE ROSSMEYER’S HARLEY-DAVIDSON 8am, Super Swap Sunday–$10/table, proceeds to ARNI. Shoppers FREE. 1637 N US 1, Ormond Beach. BruceRossmeyer.com

OCT 21 • FLORIDA WILDLIFE FESTIVAL 9am-4pm, Promoting education, conservation and preservation of the Florida black bear and all native wildlife species and the ecosystem that serves as their habitat. Educational presentations, free field trips and hands on children’s activities. Cadwell Park, 4 Cassady St., Umatilla. floridawildlifefestival.org.

3RD SATURDAY • CLASSIC CAR CRUISE IN 4-7pm, DJ, giveaways, shopping & dining, Win tickets to Turkey Rod Run, Hops & Hood Craft Beer Festival or a Miller Lite Tailgate kit. E Indiana Ave, DeLand, 386-738-0649. MainStreetDeLand.org. 4TH SATURDAY • CLASSIC CAR SHOW 4-8pm, 150 Classic Cars cruise in to Historic Downtown Eustis. Enjoy our downtown shops and restaurants, great music and cool cars. Registration free and will enter you into cash prize giveaways. City of Eustis. 407-310-6123. 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.

OCT 28 • FAFO’S 2017 OCALA ARTS FESTIVAL 10am – 5pm, 155+ artists from all over the country exhibit and compete for $22,000 of Award money. Free family fun. Live music, original art from artists, craftsmen and children in Marion County. Downtown Ocala. FB = 311517629302198.

1ST SUNDAY CABBAGE PATCH CRUISE IN 11am- 4pm, Open to all makes & models of cars, trucks and bikes, Music, giveaways, and drink specials. Cabbage Patch, 549 Tomoka Farms Rd, New Smyrna, 386-405-5525.

NOV 4 • SYMPHONY STORYTIME: PADDINGTON BEAR’S FIRST CONCERT 10-11:30am, Join Paddington Bear as he attends his first orchestra concert and learns about “Surprising” symphonies, the families of the orchestra, and discovers his love of music and conducting. Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, 425 N Bumby Ave, Orlando, FB = 1874515306209727

3RD SUNDAY • BBQ!! 3-7pm, BBQ, Swap Meet, Booze, Live music. Cabbage Patch, 549 Tomoka Farms Road, Samsula. 386-427-8969.

OCT 21 • AUTUMN IN THE OAKS ART, MUSIC AND CRAFTS FESTIVAL 9am – 3pm, country fair, arts and crafts items, Free-Wil BBQ, tasty desserts, free Kidzone, historic and educational exhibits, Crankin As car show, Chili Cook Off, Live Rock and Bluegrass Music. Sit in at the Pickers Circle. 5030 US-17, DeLeonSpringscommunityassociation.com

NOV 4 & 5 • ROCKFEST 80S Joan Jett, Sebastian Bach, Quiet Riot, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Jack Russell’s Great White, Foghat, Little River Band and more. Day or weekend pass. $79 – 629. CB Smith Park, Pembroke Pines FL. rockfest80s.com.

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NOV 4 • PUTTIN’ ON THE RITZ 6pm, Entertainment, amazing food, exclusive silent auction! Themed night under the stars. Proceeds: WDPAC. $30. Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center, 201 S Magnolia Ave, Sanford, 407-321-8111.

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EVERY WEDNESDAY TILL NOV 1 • RUM RACE 7:30 pm, All members and non-members. Sponsored by Gosling Rum. Crew 5:30pm, Sail 6:25pm, Course changes weekly. Prizes. Lake Monroe Sailing Association, 531 N. Palm Ave., Sanford, 321-578-8364.

ONGOING HISTORY OF SEMINOLE COUNTY T-F: 1:00 - 5:00PM, S: 9:00AM - 1:00PM Museum of Seminole County History, 300 Bush Blvd, Sanford, 407-665-2489.

MOTORCYCLE RIDES OCT 13, 27, NOV 10, 17, 24 FRIDAY RIDES 11:30am – 2:30pm, Daytona 200 Motorcycle Club, 3602 W. International Speedway Blvd. Daytona Beach, daytona200mc.com. 2ND SATURDAY HARLEY OWNERS LUNCH RIDE 10 am, Scenic 135 Mile Ride, free lunch. Seminole Harley Davidson, 620 Hickman Circle, Sanford. 407-328-1212. OCT 19 • RIDE WITH THE MAYOR & THE BAND - BLANDINI IN CONCERT 6-8:30pm, Sanford Mayor Jeff Triplett, Jeff Blando, Timothy DiDuro, Paul Drennan & Ken Martin for a scenic motorcycle ride. Blandini will play after the ride. Seminole Harley-Davidson, 620 Hickman Cir, Sanford, 407) 328-1212.

2ND FRIDAY • GOLDBORO FARMERS MARKET 2-6pm, Fresh fruits, vegetables and more. Westside Community Center, 919 S Persimmon Ave, Sanford, 407-665-3234.

EVERY 3RD SAT • SANFORD ART WALK 6-9pm, Live music, lots of art. Historic Sanford Welcome Center, 230 E First St, Sanford.

FLORIDA MASTER NATURALIST PROGRAM 9am-5pm, Principles and commonly used techniques for evaluating wildlife habitat. Register 407.323.4450 ext.

FRIDAYS • POWER FLOW FRIDAYS 6-7pm, Yogini style, upbeat yoga class. Beginning and intermediate yoga students. Modifications are provided for every posture. Donation. The Center of Wellness, 116 S. Park Ave, Sanford, 407-777-6831. . Last Tuesday • GERMAN IMMERSION NIGHT 5-8pm, Speak German, embrace German culture. German Dancing Orlando - Schuhplattler Gruppe Alpenrose. Hollerbach’s Willow Tree Cafe, 205 E First St., Sanford

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GRILL food and drink specials all day! Parking lot and grass lot. VOLUSIA TOP GUN, 2900 Bellevue Ave, Daytona Beach, 386-310-7993. BIKER EVENTS 3RD SUNDAY MOTORCYCLE SWAP MEET 9am-4pm, Live music, food and beer, St Augustine Flea Market, 2493 St Rd 207, 904-824-4210. StAugustineFleaMarket.com. 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. EVERY TUES • BIKE NIGHT 7-9pm, Live music, free food, and drink specials, 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 this month’s Live & Local for the lineup, Main Street Station, 316 Main St, Daytona,(386) 214-1389. MainStreetLive.com. EVERY WED BIKE NITE Drink Specials, Vendors, 50/50, FREE Pool, Food, Raffles, Line Dance, The Barn, 1200 S. French Ave, Sanford, www.thebarninsanford.com LAST FRIDAY • SPORT BIKE NIGHT 7-10pm, Chance to win awesome prizes!! Drink and Food Specials, VIP Bike Parking, Outdoor Seating, Great Music, and fun. All bikes welcome. Winghouse, International Speedway Blvd at I-95. Daytona Beach 386-944-7718. OCT 15 • BATTLE BABES FOR THE CURE BIKE RUN 10am, 20 bands, 3 stages, food, vendors 50/50, raffles, $15 single, $20 w/passenger. Proceeds: FL Breast Cancer Foundation, Beaver Bar, 1105 N US Hwy1, Ormond Beach. 386-451-8576. OCT 27 - 29 • RIDING ACADEMY Riders are not born they are trained. 877-3087246. Bruce Rossmeyer, Destination Daytona, 1637 N US Hwy 1, Ormond, brucerossmeyer. com. NOV 5 • FREE PIG ROAST 2-7pm, Live Music starts at 2pm Serving at 3 pm so get here early! No Name Saloon And Grill, 2001 S Ridgewood Ave, Edgewater, 386-4289229. CAR EVENTS 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, Daytona Bch. 386-274-0571. 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. EVERY SATURDAY TILL NOV NEW SMYRNA SPEEDWAY Gates open 6 pm, Fastest short-track, southern-style racing. State Road 44, New Smyrna Beach, newsmyrnaspeedway.org. 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. .

NOV 12 • DOUBLE BARRELL CRUISE IN 11am-3pm, Inaugural event, All years, makes, models of cars welcomed! DJ Weasel, Classic Muscle Motor Company, and Double Barrel

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Jennifer, not to mention some amazing friends and regular patrons, have come together to make Daytona Cigar Club a reality. Located at 200 South Beach Street in Downtown Daytona Beach. They open at 11:00 AM daily.

DAYTONA CIGAR CLUB: DOWNTOWN DAYTONA’S NEIGHBORHOOD HANGOUT! I have a love for small locally owned businesses. Everything, from getting to know the person and family behind the dream, admiring the dedication and self sacrifice, and the plight of the small business owner in the Daytona market, is so commendable. One such small business is Daytona Cigar Club. Miguel Nin and his wife

Miguel, a veteran of the US Army, and his friends and fellow veterans, Victor Rivera and Alexander Alejandro Zalane Pendang (Hawaiian/ Polynesian), can all be credited for the successes and the strength behind the setbacks (such as hurricane Irma,) that make this cigar lounge and mega store more then a business; it’s more like a neighborhood hangout.

Miguel’s comradeship for his fellow business owners in Downtown is more then laudible. While Daytona Cigar Club holds a beer and wine license, Miguel allows his neighbor, Wine Me, to offer their wine selection at his establishment. In support of Sweet Marlays Coffee, he showed her how to make his famous Cuban Coffee so patrons could enjoy one of their favorite combinations with a fine cigar. What Miguel does offer

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is a great selection of Imports and Craft Beers, all a perfect match for a full-bodied to a tart cigar. Just ask Bradley Higgins who came with Miguel from his former employment at Don Kiki’s. When he’s behind the bar you can be assured to get the best recommendation.

has a cool vibe. From the cafe seating outside, to the massive space and expansive bar, to the individual seating on leather chairs and couches and small quaint tables. The walls are adorned with artwork and pop art, and the architecture of the building is reminiscent 1920s and you will not enter without making a new friend. You’re invited to partake in poker, dominos, darts and the NFL Season. Jazz music can often be enjoyed on Saturdays and Thursday Happy Hour features entertainment and is hopping. Support our local businesses and make sure you plan to stop in and meet Miguel Nin of Daytona Cigar Club and the amazing people that make this stop a must on your trip to the most famous beach in the world. For more information call (386) 872-3057.

The retail space offers something for everyone. They also roll their own cigars and offer lockers for regulars. Miguel will tell you he wants Daytona Cigar Club to be approachable by all cigar lovers. With prices from $3.00 to $35.00, Miguel offers each person that enters his business, expert guidance on their selection. During Biketoberfest be sure to stop in and speak with our local Florida Cigar Manufacturers such as Southern Classic Cigars from Ocala who will be at Daytona Cigar on October 20. Miguel stands behind boutique manufacturers all over the state of Florida including Cordoba & Morales of Sanford, Florida, whose cigars are also available at Daytona Cigar Club. From first impression Daytona Cigar Club just

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GET IN THE HALLOWEEN SPIRIT!

THE FASCINATING LINK BETWEEN BEER AND WITCHES

With Halloween quickly approaching, I’ve been watching far more spooky, horror, and occultthemed videos of late. This may come as a surprise to some, but though many of the monsters in Halloween-themed films are fictitious, others have significant history behind them. For example, contrary to popular belief, witches didn’t always have this “creepy” persona that we see in the mainstream now. Witches were once viewed as powerful women in society; women who were in touch with their personal power and were connected to their environment. They understood how to use the elements and certain herbs to their benefit, and were often well-respected members of their communities, not fearful characters! The term “witch” was derived from the word wicce, which means “wise,” meaning that “witchcraft” actually translates to “craft of the wise.” Witches were simply empowered women who saw the Earth and themselves as powerful entities, worshipping Mother Nature (also referred to as Mother God and eventually Mother Mary when Christianity started to rule). However, once the Roman Empire started to use Christianity as a means of controlling the masses, people were forced to begin worshipping an external, male God, stripping them of their personal power. Patriarchy began to rise and rights were no longer equal; thus, witches were frowned upon because they were ultimately just strong women who threatened the patriarchy. Interestingly enough, the word “virgin” never referred to celibacy/chastity prior to the church taking rule, but rather implied that a woman was simply unmarried. A virgin was a woman who was independent of men, meaning she was “one-in-herself.” Of Latin origin, the word virgin was synonymous with powerful, strong, and skillful, which is very different from the innocent and sometimes weak contexts the word “virgin” holds today. Then the witch trials and hunts began, resulting in far too many tragic deaths of strong, dynamic women. Women were tortured and killed because of their sexuality and independence, ultimately further fuelling patriarchy and a significant divide between the sexes. One of my favourite authors, Rebecca Campbell, goes deeper into this subject in her novel Rise Sister Rise, in which she explains the history of witches and how the witch hunts contributed to gender inequality and ultimately led to the deep-seated mistrust that still exists between many men and women today. SO, WHAT’S THE LINK BETWEEN BEER AND WITCHES? Now that we’ve established that witches were simply powerful, independent women, let’s get into their connection to beer! Up until the 15th century, when the witch hunts started, beer brewing was actually a woman’s job, and it was a highly respected one in some parts of the world. For example, Sumerian women brewed beer for spiritual ceremonies and were considered powerful women serving as priestesses to the beer goddess, Ninkasi. The Sumerians believed the goddess Ninkasi had gifted the Earth with beer and associated that with preserving peace and well-being. It’s interesting to note that both wheat and barley hold strong spiritual origins, as both are highly valued in different religions (beer is made by fermenting these grains). Barley and wheat are often depicted in religions as symbolizing love and charity, similar to the symbolism behind beer. Once the patriarchy really flooded society and women started to be punished for being in positions of power, this art was mostly handed off to males, although it was sometimes still practiced by housewives. The unmarried brewsters, otherwise known as virgins and witches, were scrutinized for being so independent and making money for themselves. Witches started to be viewed negatively as the witch hunts began, which is where their “spooky” perception originated. Many of the modern day depictions of witches are based off the witches who brewed beer, as they would do so using cauldrons, wearing pointy hats, and encompassing many of the other “witchy” stereotypes we see today.

FINAL THOUGHTS

It’s important that we reflect on the history of witchcraft, as these women were powerful people who had their rights stripped away from them. Witches are not the terrifying beings we view them as today — the result of centuries’ worth of propaganda — but rather empowering, kind beings who respected and praised nature as well as men and women alike. By delving back into the history of witches, we stand to learn much about our connection to nature and the elements. We need to regain our respect for the environment and begin to preserve it rather than destroy it. It’s especially important for women to reflect on the history of witches, as so many impressive women lost their lives because they weren’t afraid to express their personal power, sexuality, and independence. Though we have come a long way since then in regards to gender inequality, we still have a long way to go, especially when it comes to respecting ourselves as women! With that, I encourage you to harness your inner witch and truly embrace your femininity, understanding, as witches did, that it is a strength, not a weakness.

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