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Behind BackStage NOVEMBER 9 - DECEMBER 7 • 2016 • VOLUME 18 • ISSUE 11

DON’T MISS THE DAYTONA TURKEY ROD RUN! PG 2 RIVERFEST SEAFOOD FESTIVAL PG 8 THE THANKSGIVING SIDES THAT WILL MAKE YOUR DISH THE HIT OF THE PARTY! PG 18 CLIP ‘N SAVE NFL SCHEDULE PG 31

THINGS WORTH DOING

Local Area Dog Parks .............................. 5 South Daytona & Port Orange Events ....... 8 Spotlight On .......................................... 10 Motorcycle and Car Rides & Rallies ....... 11 Live & Local Music Listings ................... 12 Greater Daytona Mainland Events ........... 15 The Buzz ................................................ 19 West Volusia Events ............................... 20 New Smyrna Beach, Edgewater Events ... 21 Ormond & Holly Hill Mainland Events ...... 22 Greater Daytona Beachside Events ......... 24 Bunnell, Flagler Beach, PC Events .......... 26 Ormond Beachside Events ..................... 27 Concerts in our Surrounding Area ......... 28

FOOD FOR THE SOUL

Dining Around Town ............................... 13 Featured Recipe from the Editor ............. 18 Area Farmer’s Markets ............................ 28 Craft Cocktail Class ................................. 31

JUST BECAUSE YOU NEED TO KNOW

Jim Hightower ......................................... 5 Smoking Permitted .................................. 5 That Beer Guy ....................................... 9 Clip ‘N Save NFL Schedule ..................... 31

JUST FOR FUN

Behind BackStage Pass ............................ 4 Quotable Quotes ....................................... 7 Factoids ........................................... 18, 31 Horoscopes ............................................ 29 Crossword Puzzle ................................... 29

WHO MADE IT HAPPEN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Tammy Beck Holmes GRAPHIC ARTIST: DesignK2 CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Ed Irvin Jesse Striewski FOR ADVERTISING INFO CALL

(386) 299.4147 MARC ANTHONY

BILLY JOEL

I lost a friend this month whom many of us in the marketing industry respected Mr. John Owens formerly with the Volusia County Fair. It came as quite a shock as another valued person was needlessly taken by cancer. I read through his social media and realized one of the last things he had quoted was to get out and travel and enjoy life more. I thought about that as I debated whether I could take off to do the things I was fortunate enough to be invited to do in October. I decided to listen to John. Don’t hesitate to take full advantage of the amazing things that are given to me, so that is exactly what I did. My in-laws invited me to experience 4 night in an RV in the infield of Talladega and that is exactly what I did! I learned how much I loved camping, how much more I loved it with a toilet and a kitchen. How much fun it is to take your dogs on vacation with you and how much more fun the races are when you can be at the track. What a great experience. I also was invited to an amazing shindig my brother threw at his farm in Kentucky. It meant I would have to travel and take my mind off my work during a critical time but I knew I could do it and guess what? I could. And the less I worried about my time the more I seemed to have. Everything just fell into place. I dedicate this issue to you John! We also say goodbye to favorite forefather of our Bike Week celebrations, Owner of the Cabbage Patch, father and friend, Rest in peace Ronnie Luznar.

There are so many great things to plan this month. From the Christmas lights to wonderful theater productions and musical performances during the holidays, to the museums, the shopping, the dinning out at the fabulous Thanksgiving buffets and so much more. You don’t have to be a car buff to really enjoy the Turkey Rod Run it’s a great experience every year and part of our Daytona Beach heritage. So may I present you our next issue of BackStage Pass Magazine, Happy Thanksgiving!

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WHERE WE’VE BEEN

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Jim Hightower For more information on Jim Hightower’s work and to subscribe to his award-winning monthly newsletter, The Hightower Lowdown, visit www.jimhightower.com

What’s the word for America’s corrupt big bank system?

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“Stumpf” is a German adjective that means someone is obtuse, slow on the uptake, impreceptive... stupid.

ronically, it also happens to be the surname of Wells Fargo’s CEO, who is now mired in the most shameful banking scandal yet. For seven years or so, John Stumpf has presided over a venal bank policy, pressuring Wells Fargo’s retailing employees into systematically stealing from particularly vulnerable, low income customers of the bank. During this time he padded his own fortune with more than $100 million in personal pay. When this mass ripoff was recently exposed, Stumpf - the Big Boss getting the big bucks to be in charge - pleaded ignorance. In an act of what Sen. Elizabeth Warren called “gutless leadership”, he publicly blamed the corrupt corporate culture on thousands of the bank’s low-level employees. But the chief was not the only Stumpf at Wells Fargo. Where were its board members, who are empowered and duty-bound to set, monitor, and assure

ethical corporate behavior from the top down? For seven years, this 15-member board of governance sat idle, apparently incurious about their corporation’s flagrant, widespread thievery, even after a 2013 report by the LA Times exposed it. Far from investigating and clamping down, the board kept shoving multimillion-dollar bonuses at Stumpf and other top executives. Bear in mind that this is a powerhouse board, made up of top executives from other corporations, former government financial officials, and big time academics. And they are exremely well-paid to be diligent, getting up to $400,000 a year to keep Wells Fargo honest. What’s at work here is the ethical rot that now consumes America’s entire corporate system - a stumpf system that steals from the many to further enrich the few, buying off the integrity and vigilance of those who run it.

Barkley Square Dog Park Manatee Island Ridgewood and Plymouth, Deland (386) 736-5953 Dog Park Benefits: 14 acres of rolling hills and oaks. Time-out 325 North Beach Street, spaces & small dog areas. Dog watering stations. Daytona Beach, FL. This Bed-N-Biscuit Inn dog park has a separate 711 John Anderson Hwy., Flagler Beach (386) 439-4006 small dog area, plenty of shade and Benefits: Two Bark Parks (one for all size dogs, one for drinking water for the dogs. miniature dogs). Doggy Pool ($5 per dog/ $24 per month) Mt. Dora Dog Park Pet grooming and boarding. 1550 E 11th Ave., Mt Dora Bicentennial Park (352) 735-7183 Benefits: Fenced-in with 1800 N. Oceanshore Blvd., Ormond Beach 386-736-595. double-gated entry Separate areas for Open from sunrise to sunset every day, encompasses 40 large, medium and small dogs Water acres stretching from the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax station with bowls. Waste stations River. In addition to the dog park, amenities include with bags supplied. a baseball field, an open play area, New Smyrna Dog Park basketball court, tennis and volleyball NOVEMBER 2641 Paige Ave., New Smyrna Beach. courts, fishing dock, pavilion and picnic Adopt a Senior Pet Month, by ASPCA. Benefits: A one acre fenced area area, playground, community building, National Pet Awareness Month. National divided into large dog and small dog restrooms, a nature walk and boardwalk. Senior Pet Month. Pet Cancer Awareness play areas. A 30 x 40 shade shelter City of Edgewater located in the SW Month, sponsored by Veterinary Pet with dog and people water fountains. corner of Rotary Park, 902 West Park Insurance & the Animal Cancer Foundation. Grassed with open areas with concrete Pet Diabetes Month. National Dog Avenue. structures for doggy play. Show. Always broadcast in the US on Gemini Springs Dog Park Thanksgiving, this event is held at the Ponce Inlet Dog Beach 37 Dirksen Drive, DeBary Greater Philadephia Expo Center in Oaks, Located on the Beach at Ponce Inlet (386) 668-3810 Benefits: Two sections Pennsylvania and is hosted by the Kennel and Peninsula. Benefits: Open 6am to one for 25 pounds and another for over Club of Philadelphia. Sactioned by the 8:30pm. Benches, tables, poopbags, American Kennel Club, the event features 25 pounds. Dog wash stations. Water trees, parking, phones, restrooms, water, 2,000 dogs. fountains for dogs. Benches and picnic trash cans, shelter. Space for dogs to November 6-12, 2016: Natiional Animal tables. Shelter Appreciation Week, by The Humane run, play and swim on the beach. Halifax Humane Society Society of the United States. First full week Riviera Oaks Dog Park Community Dog Park of November. Alabama Ave., Holly Hill. Benefits: November 17, 2016: National Take a Hike OPEN DAILY to the Small dog and large dog areas. Pond. Day. National Black Cat Day. public & FREE of 1 mile walking path. charge: 10 am - 6 DECEMBER Seemore Dog Park December 2: National Mutt Day. pm. 2364 LPGA 5959 Spruce Creek Rd. Port Orange Boulevard Benefits: Separate spaces for small and Daytona large dogs. Next to All Children’s Park. Boardwalk. Restroooms. Beach, FL 32124 Wadsworth Park Keysville Dog Park 2461 Keysville Ave., Deltona 2200 Moody Blvd. Flagler Beach. Benefits: 60,000 sq. (386) 878-8900 Benefits: Two ft. fenced dog park. Dogs can run unleashed and mingle separate fenced areas for large with other dogs. Separate sections for large and small and small dogs. Doggie watering dogs. Benches. stations. Playground and walking trail In Memory of Kathryn Went. Volusia County Parks welcome dogs at all area parks as long as they are just under 1/2 mile Basketball Court. leashed and cleaned up after.

A Public Service to Those Who Still Smoke… DAYTONA BEACH HILTON 100 North Atlantic avenue, Daytona Beach Outdoor Bar areas LAGERHEADS 2986 Oceanshore Blvd, Ormond-by-the-Sea Deck MAIN STREET STATION 316 Main Street, Daytona Beach MARINA VIEW 125 Basin St., Daytona Beach. (844) 383-6878 Outside Patio MARK’S SPORTS BAR 2045 S. Ridgewood Ave., South Daytona THE ORIGINAL FIRST TURN 5236 S. Ridgewood Ave., (US 1), Port Orange Large Outdoor Dining, Raw Bar and Bar

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November 19 & 20

Rockefeller Gardens & Fortunato Park Ormond Beach’s biggest and best free festival returns to Rockefeller Gardens on November 19 and 20th, 2016. The 8th Annual Ormond Beach Riverfest Seafood Festival is a two-day community celebration of seafood, water sports, music and more! Whether you prefer active water play or just sitting back and enjoying the view with a plate of fresh seafood, Riverfest has something to love. Admission is free. There’s music all day long on the main stage, plenty to eat, draft beer and lots of vendors. This much anticipated event grows in size every year and drew more than 12,000 area residents and visitors in 2015. This year the festival runs Saturday, November 19 from 10 am - 6 pm and Sunday, November 20 from 10 am - 4 pm. Free admission and free parking make it easy to enjoy the great variety of planned activities in both riverfront parks. A free shuttle service from the City Hall parking lot makes parking even easier. Rockefeller Gardens is dedicated to food and music. More than a dozen food vendors offer up seafood in all its forms, including local oysters, crab, shrimp and fresh fried fish along with hot dog vendors, scrumptious desserts and even a BBQ stand and other food for landlubbers. Visit the Casement’s North Lawn to enjoy cooking demonstrations by local chefs. From 11 am - 4 pm on Saturday and 11 am - 3 pm on Sunday you can get tips on the best ways to serve our fresh local seafood. After each demonstration a drawing is held and four lucky spectators get to chow down on the scrumptious cuisine. Follow the crowd under the bridge for kids’ activities for all ages - crafts from the Early Learning Coalition, games and bouncy play are all available. Make and race a boat at our Rain Gutter Regatta. In the area next to the fishing pier you’ll find this year’s Kid Fish area, sponsored by Fish Florida, Innovative Bookkeeping and PBG. We have 200 free fishing poles to give away to youngsters each day along with education stations and a fishing area. Once you’ve learned to fish, you can pick up a pole and tackle to get you launched on a lifetime of fishing. You’ll find more water activities stretched along the sandy beach in Fortunato Park with kayaks, paddleboards and Sunday boat rides. Fortunato is also the spot for Sunday’s Rubber Duckie 5K River Run sponsored by Southern Stone Events. The race kicks off the festival’s second day and raises money for Ormond Beach Police Department programs. It’s the perfect place to spend a weekend, enjoying the great things a great Florida beachside community has to offer.

SOUTH DAYTONA FESTIVALS NOV 19 SOUTH DAYTONA BACKYARD BBQ FESTIVAL 10am - 4:40pm. Great food, entertainment, beer, a large classic car show and kids activities! Reed Canal Park, 2871 S. Nova Road entrance. DEC 3 PORT ORANGE CHRISTMAS IN THE PARK 6:00-8:00pm. The Christmas Concert at 6pm with performances by the Children’s Choir, Adult Choir, Radical Measures Band and Warner Christian Academy Stage Band then the lighting of City Center. SANTA at 7pm and FREE horse-drawn carriage rides around City Center. Kenneth W. Parker Amphitheater, 2001 City Center Circle, Port Orange. 386-506-5851 DEC 4 PORT ORANGE CHRISTMAS PARADE 2:00pm, The 38th annual Port Orange Christmas Parade will consist of bands and floats centered around this year’s theme – “A Superhero Christmas.” The route starts at Nova Road and will run east on Dunlawton Avenue to Lafayette Street. Port Orange Government TV will tape delay the parade on Bright House Networks cable channel 498. MUSIC NOV10 BAMFest (Books, Art, Music) 4 – 8pm, Thirty-six writers, artists and musicians, will give special performances every half hour throughout the festival in addition to books, art and music for sale. Writers and musicians interested in participating and those wishing more information can email Dr. David B. Axelrod, director of Creative Happiness Institute, axelrod@ creativehappiness.org or go to the website, www. bamfestdaytona.com. FREE Port Orange-South Daytona Chamber of Commerce Building, 3431 S. Ridgewood Avenue in Port Orange.

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PORT ORANGE EVENTS

NOV 13 BAROQUE CONCERTO FESTIVAL 3:30 pm. Composers, Johann Sebastian Bach and his friend Georg Philipp Telemann, will be featured when the Daytona Solisti Chamber Orchestra. First United Methodist Church, 305 Dunlawton Ave., Port Orange. Requested $10 donation. daytonasolisti.com or 386-562-5423.

ONGOING 2ND MONDAY PAW PAW CHAPTER OF THE NATIVE PLANT SOCIETY 6:30 -9:00pm, Educate yourself about native plants and landscapes with meetings, field excursions, guest speakers, community service projects and more. FREE Piggotte Community Center, 504 Big Tree Rd, South Daytona.

MUSEUMS/GALLERY TOURS ONGOING CRACKER CREEK & GAMBLE PLACE BOAT TOURS Learn Florida Pioneer History at winter home of James N. Gamble & Cracker Creek on National Register of Historic Places, $8-$24, 1795 Taylor Road, Port Orange, (386) 304-0778. http:// crackercreek.com/boat-tours/

NOV. 10, 17, DEC. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 ALUN DAFA 9 – 10am Ancient Chinese form of graceful slow moving exercises and meditation. Please bring an exercise mat. All ages welcome. FREE Reed Canal Park -Lakeside Pavilion.

WORKSHOPS/ CLASSES/LECTURES EVERY TUES THE ROTARY CLUB OF PORT ORANGE- SOUTH DAYTONA 12:15pm. Meeting, The Tavern in the Garden, 5123 S Ridgewood Ave, Port Orange. (386) 4783502 EVERY TUES & FRI FOOD ADDICTS ANONYMOUS Tues-7pm, Fri-11am, Covenant United Methodist Church, 3701 S Clyde Morris Blvd, Rm 101, Port Orange, Judy W. (231) 736-9955 mts.judy@gmail. com, FoodAddictsAnonymous.com. ONGOING EVERY FRIDAY COMMUNITY STITCHING CIRCLE 10am – 12pm, Join with your work in progress or start something new. Share ideas about: sewing, knitting, crocheting, latch hook, counted cross stitch, needle point and quilting. Piggotte Community Center, 504 Big Tree Rd, South Daytona.

The City of Port Orange will hold their annual Veterans Day Ceremony located at the City Center Veteran’s Park. The VFW Post 3282 will host the ceremony, which will feature a display of colors, speeches and a 21-gun salute. 1000 City Center Circle, Port Orange. 386-506-5851 DEC 2 CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING CEREMONY 6:30pm. Bring in the holiday season with cheer from South Daytona, including entertainment, Santa, refreshments, and our tree lighting. FREE City Hall S. Daytona Beach.

FAMILY & YOUTH PORT ORANGE REGIONAL LIBRARY EVERY MON 10am: Scrabble Club (Teens), 10:30am: (2nd Monday) Your Reads, 2pm: Afternoon at Movies EVERY TUES 10-10:30am: Toddler Story Time (Ages 2- 3), 10am: (2nd & 4th Tue) Blood pressure Screening.10:30-11am: Kid Kinetics Yoga Class (Ages 2- 3), 2-3pm: Master Gardeners Plan Clinic, 5:30-6:30pm: Chess Club EVERY WED 10-10:30am: Preschool Story Time (Ages 3- 5), 10:45-11:15am: Preschool Power Fitness (Ages 3- 5), 1:30-2:30pm: Junior Art Club (Grades K- 5) EVERY THURS 9:45-10:15am: Mother Goose Story Time (Babies), 10:30-11am: Tiny Tots Story Time (Ages 0- 2), 2:30-4:30pm: Crafternoon kid’s free crafts Free, Port Orange Regional Library, 1005 City Center Cir, Port Orange, (386) 322-5152. VolusiaLibrary.org NOV 11 VETERANS DAY CEREMONY 10am

FUNDRAISERS EVERY 1ST WED JUST US GIRLS 6:30-9pm. Free fun shopping event, Proceeds to Concerned Citizens for Animal Welfare, VFW Post 3282 Port Orange Florida, 5810 S Williamson Blvd, Port Orange, (386) 760-2324. www.ccfaw.org MISCELLANEOUS NOV 17 PORT ORANGE CHAMBER BUSINESS AFTER HOURS 5-7pm. 1720 Dunlawton Ave, Ste #1, Realty Pros $5.00 Member, $10 Future Members. Drinks, food, networking. http:// cm.pschamber.com/events/details/businessafter-hours-656

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DAYTONA DIRTY BLONDE, INSPIRED BY FAMILY AND TRADITION. In the spring of 2011 aspiring homebrewers, Robbie Carelli and Andy Sistrunk, brewed their first beer together and started down a path that would lead them to create one of DeLand’s very own craft breweries, right in the heart of downtown. Upon learning that Persimmon Hollow was the original name for the town of DeLand, the pair decided they would name themselves Persimmon Hollow Brewing Company. As fate would have it, in February 2013, Kate Lloyd of Terrapin Beer Company made the trip to the DeLand Craft Beer Festival from Georgia. After trying many different beers, she was extremely impressed with Persimmon Hollow’s beer, especially their flagship brew: Daytona Dirty Blonde. Kate introduced herself and encouraged them to take their beer to the next level. This meeting was just the push they needed to make their dream a reality. Robbie says the idea was to create the “perfect outdoor activity beer”; a great tasting lighter beer that could bridge the gap between craft beer drinkers and those that have never tried a craft beer. The result was Daytona Dirty Blonde originally named, jokingly, after Andy’s wife Meoghan. Their hard work and dedication gave them an extremely flavorful refreshing beer that clocks in at 4.1% ABV and is a very smooth session beer perfect for a sunny day.

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Upon building the brewery it was decided that the beer would continue to be marketed under the same name and while still a tribute to Meoghan, whose family have been in Daytona Beach for 4 generations (5 counting the couple’s children), it also is a throwback to the racing heritage on the sands of Daytona Beach. Thanks to artwork of renowned local graphic artist Clark Orr that vision would be displayed prominently on the label for each can of Daytona Dirty Blonde. By the time the 2014 DeLand Craft Beer Festival arrived, the guys had already found their location and signed a lease on Georgia Ave in downtown DeLand. They then had a clandestine meeting with co-founder of Terrapin Beer Company, John Cochran, and the relationship between the two breweries would be strengthened. In October 2014, Persimmon Hollow opened their doors and with their brand new 15 Barrel Brewhouse, began producing several locally inspired beers including the flagship beer Daytona Dirty Blonde. The next two years would bring many different surprises including two collaborations with Terrapin Beer Company, a partnership with Cafe DaVinci creating Neighbor’s Artisan Taqueria and a new assistant brewer, Billy Arthur, formerly of Green Room Brewing. While, it’s hard to say what the next year will bring it’s safe to say it will be very interesting and probably a little weird. Daytona Dirty Blonde, can be found at Sunny’s Wine & Liquors in DeLand, ABC Fine Wine & Spirits and Total Wine in Daytona Beach. Also Abbey of DeLand and the Twisted Tap of DeBary and a variety of other local bars and restaurants. For a complete list of places near you carrying Persimmon Hollow please visit www.srperrott.com and click the beer finder link. For more information on local craft beer events check out the S.R. Perrott, Inc. Facebook page located at Facebook.com/ srperrott.

Cheers,

Ed Irvin Craft Specialist S.R Perrott, Inc. Facebook.com/VolusiaBeerGuy

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WELCOME TO DAYTONA HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

HILTON DAYTONA BEACH IS PERFECT FOR YOUR SPECIAL EVENT!

T here are average singers there are good singers and then the rare few that

are truly great vocalist. Christina Mae Hutchinson, is the later. She can hang with the best of them, whether singing a soft ballad or bellowing out a powerhouse song, there’s no doubt that she has one of the better voices around. Coming from a strong family background of music, which is expressed through her vibrant vocals, Christina has been singing since the age of three and writing her own music since elementary school. “My first performance was my 6th grade graduation with a group of friends. I remember not feeling confident enough to do a full song, a lot has changed since then.”

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Christina wasn’t exactly the “school celebrity” so to speak, and with the lack of a professional vocal coach, the path was muddled and uncertain at times. Christina left public school in 7th grade because of being bullied, but soon found a new direction and confidence her 8th grade year. The school choir began to provide an escape. All of Christina’s previous setbacks became motivational tools to push her forward. “The most discouraging setbacks became a chance for me to prove someone wrong.” For those lucky enough to hear her sing live, they soon realize there’s no doubt that she has been a girl on a mission. She has proven she is one of the most talented up and coming young vocalist in our area. Her current stage presence would never lead you to believe she ever was shy or uncomfortable around crowds as her energy and presence seem natural and enchanting to watch.

Ryan picked up his first guitar at age 11. Music runs in his family and has provided role models and guidance for the stepping stones in building a music career. The support of Ryan’s parents has played a significant role in forming Stealing Vanity into the band it is today. ”I’ve always believed that God’s plan and purpose for me is to set a good example and influence people in the right way, and music was the gift he gave me to do that. Besides giving me my talent, he also made sure I met the right people along the way.” Ryan met Christina met on Myspace in 2005 and immediately formed a bonding relationship on both a personal and musical level. The two started writing and recording music together and soon they formed the group Stealing Vanity. The band began playing events at the Daytona Beach Band Shell. In under a year they added acoustic cover duo to their resume. Though the music was mostly cover songs, Ryan and Christina focused on writing originals and soon realized it was time to step out of the acoustic scene and formed a full band with the addition of a drummer, second guitarist and bassist. The two of artists were married just a couple of years ago and have recently been traveling to Nashville to work with their agent. While there has been a few changes in the band dynamics, they continue to work hard and find ways to improve in every aspect which is what makes them stand out and gain new fans. They continue to play around town at local venues such as The Grind, Yellow Dog Eats, Traders Bar and are a regular act at Flagler Tavern, as well as many others around the area. They have recently gotten the band back together after a brief hiatus and plan on writing and recording some new songs in the very near future. One thing is for sure, if they choose to take things to the next level they will have a better shot than most. You can follow them on Facebook.com/ stealingvanity or in this issue’s Live & Local.

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RIDES & RALLIES

MORTORCYCLES & CLASSIC CARS MOTORCYCLE CHARITY RIDES EVERY 4TH FRIDAY GROUP RIDE Bruce Rossmeyer’s Harley-Davidson & Destination Daytona, 1635 N US 1, Ormond Beach. (866) 642-3464. BruceRossmeyer.com EVERY SUNDAY SUNDAY FUNDAY Starts at Indian Motorcycles, Daytona Beach at 11:30 AM, Kick-Stands up at 1pm, New Route each week with the Party at Main Street Station, Daytona Beach. Join Daytona Radio Station WHOG on the last Sunday each month. CAR AND BIKE SHOWS NOVEMBER 24 - 27 DAYTONA TURKEY ROD RUN 8am-4pm Thursday – Saturday, 8am-2pm Sunday Daytona International Speedway. There will be more than 6,000 vintage, classic, muscle cars, race cars and trucks for show and sale. The show also includes more than 2,500 swap meet spaces, Artisan Alley, food and entertainment. $10 – $15 http://turkeyrun.com/Turkey_Run_Home.html ONGOING EVERY 2ND SATURDAY EAST COAST CRUISER NIGHT 4-8pm, Downtown Canal St, Street rods and antique cars, Food, Fun & entertainment, FREE. www.volusia.com/nsbmainstreetinc/cruise.htm or www.eastcoastcruisersnsb.com BRUCE ROSSMEYER’S HARLEY-DAVIDSON EVERY 4TH SATURDAY Cruisin’ Destination Daytona Car Show.

BIKER EVENTS EVERY 3RD SATURDAY FAMILY MOTORCYCLE SHOW & STROLL “BIKE NITE” 5-9pm. Live bands, food & Shopping. Downtown Canal St., New Smyrna Beach NOVEMBER 11 FAMILY BBQ AND OPEN HOUSE 12 – 4pm. Motorcycle raffle. Food, drinks, music Meritage Homes, Lake Preserve, 3112 Stonewyck St Orlando, FL NOVEMBER 12 FREEDOM FEST HONOR RIDE TO THE VIETNAM WALL 9:30am registration, 11:30 kicks up To honor all veterans represent your branch of service in flags and clothes. Tomoka State Park, 2099 North Beach St, Ormond Beach Sheila 386-437-1992 #215. NOVEMBER 20 RUN FOR DONNA LYNN Help raise money for medical expenses after an awful crash. Registration 9:30am, Kicks up 11am. Oyster Bar, Critters, Buzzards, Foxhead Lounge. 50/50 drawing, auctions, live music with Gun Shy. $10 pp includes dinner. BRUCE ROSSMEYER’S HARLEY-DAVIDSON EVERY 1ST SATURDAY 12-4pm: Biker Block Party

EVERY 2ND SUNDAY SUPER SWAP SUNDAY 1635 N US 1, Ormond Beach. (866) 642-3464. BruceRossmeyer.com

EVERY THURSDAY 7pm: Saints & Sinners Bike Night.

EVERY WEDNESDAY WEEKLY CAR SHOW 5-8pm, Woody’s Bar-B-Q, 99 Flagler Plaza Dr, Palm Coast. (386)439-5010.

EVERY 3RD THURSDAY After Hours Party. 1635 N US 1, Ormond Beach,(866)642-3464, BruceRossmeyer.com

WEEKLY CAR SHOW EVERY THURSDAY 4-7pm, Guiseppes Steel City Pizza, 3658 S Nova Rd, Port Orange, (386)761-4717, GuiseppesSteelCity-Pizza.com

BIKE NITE EVERY TUESDAY 7-9pm, Live music, free food, and drink specials, The Original First Turn, 5236 Ridgewood Ave, Port Orange,(386)788-5434, FirstTurnSteakHouse.com

CAR SHOW & SWAP MEET EVERY 1ST SATURDAY 9am-1pm, Daytona Flea Market, Tomoka Farms Rd, Daytona,(386)767-0946. EVERY 2ND SATURDAY CANAL STREET CRUISE-IN 4-8pm, Presented by the East Coast Cruisers Car Club, Family friendly car show offering food and entertainment in a historic setting, Canal St, New Smyrna, (386)478-9651, EastCoastCruisersNSB.com EVERY 3RD SATURDAY CRUISIN’ DOWNTOWN DELAND 4-7pm, Live DJ, giveaways, shopping & dining, E Indiana Ave, DeLand,(386)738-0649, MainStreetDeLand.org EVERY 3RD SUNDAY MOTORCYCLE SWAP MEET 9am-4pm, Live music, food and beer, St Augustine Flea Market, 2493 St Rd 207, (904)824-4210, StAugustineFleaMarket.com

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

EVERY WEDNESDAY 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 WEDNESDAY Drink Specials, Vendors, 50/50, FREE Pool, Food, Raffles, Line Dance, The Barn, 1200 S. French Ave, Sanford, www.thebarninsanford.com EVERY WEDNESDAY 7PM. Free Wings. $10 Domestic Bucket, Live Music. Rudy’s Bar and Grill. Corner of LPGA and Ridgewood in Holly Hill. EVERY THURSDAY Special: XL Cheese Pizza, 12 Garlic Knots, 10 Wings or Large Salad, $18.99. Mama Mia’s Port Orange, 3761 S. Nova Rd Port Orange. EVERY 3RD THURSDAY VINTAGE BIKE NITE 6pm, $25/tasting of 6 whiskey flights & deli platter, Main Street Station, 316 Main St, Daytona,(386) 214-1389, MainStreetLive.com

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DAYTONA DAYTONA TURKEY ROD RUN Daytona International Speedway Nov 24 - 27 : 8am-4pm Thursday – Saturday, 8am-2pm Sunday Live music all day. 6,000+ vintage, classic, muscle cars, race cars and trucks for show and sale. 2,500+ swap meet spaces, Artisan Alley, food and entertainment. Little Gobbler zone. $10 – $15 http://turkeyrun.com/Turkey_Run_ Home.html 386-255-7355 HILTON DAYTONA OCEANWALK 100 N Atlantic Avenue Daytona Beach, FL 32118, 386-243-8200 Stormin Norman Karaoke Thursdays at 8pm, Ryan Will – Nov 4 & 25 at 8pm Louisiana Steve – Nov 5 & 19 and Dec 3 at 8pm, Frankie G – Nov 11 at 8pm Mark Moore – Nov 12 & 18 at 8pm Claire Vandiver – Nov 26 at 8pm MAIN STREET STATION 316 Main St, Daytona Beach 386-214-1389 Blistur, Nov 9, 8pm, Veterans Day with GMR, Nov 11, 6pm, Rollin’ Heavy, Nov 12, 8:30pm Class of ’69, Nov 16, 8pm Megan Katarina, Nov 18 8:30pm 3 Forks Road, Nov 19, 8:30pm Orange Avenue, Nov 23, 8pm Orange Avenue & Puddle of Mudd FREE show, Nov 26 Big Engine, Nov 27, 8:30pm Stick Shift Cadillac, Nov30, 8pm MARINA VIEW 125 Basin St, Daytona Beach 844-383-6878 Happy Hour 3 – 6pm $2 domestic bottles, $3 mojitos, house wine and house margaritas Rising Lion – acoustic and vocals every Friday , 4-8pm Live Music TBD every Saturday, 4-8pm. MARK’S SPORTS PUB 2045 S Ridgewood Ave (386) 767-2277 Psycho Magnets, Nov 11 & 12, 9:30pm Live Band, Nov 18 & 19, 9:30pm Crush, Nov 23, 25 & 26, 9:30pm Sunday Open Jam, 7pm Donnaha Station, Dec 2 & 3, 9:30pm Podium, Dec 9 & 10, 9:30pm Free Poker Every Tuesday night Karoake with Scotty every Wed and Thurs OCEAN BEACH CLUB 40 N Atlantic Av Daytona Beach 386-239-9800 Jan 14, 201 Bisquit Miller and the Mix Bridget Kelly Band featuring Tim Fik.

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Special Appearance by Patti Sparks Volusiacountybluessociety.com $20 advance/$25 door ROK BAR 308 Seabreeze Blvd, Daytona Beach 9pm – 3am New Wave Night – 2for1 Heineken and Corona – Nov 24 Wicked Revolver - Tribute to Nirvana and Stone Temple Pilots-- Nov 25 Carnival of Crue – Motely Crue tribute Band -- Nov 26, Velveteen – modern and alternative rock – Nov 30 Straightjacket Smile - Dec 1 Orange Avenue – Dec 2 Diary of an Ozz Man – Ultimate Ozzy Osborne Tribute band - Dec 3 1984 – Ultimate Van Halen Tribute band - Dec 17 SLOPPY JOE’S 250 N Atlantic Avenue #220 Daytona Beach, FL 386-239-0014 Frank Gunther – Nov 4 & 25 at 5pm Ryan Will – Nov 5 at 5pm Andrew Boscher – Nov 11 at 5pm Claire Vandiver – Nov 12 at 5pm Stephen Craig – Nov 18 at 5pm James Ryan – Nov 19 at 5pm Maverette Trio – Nov 26 at 5pm FLAGLER TORTUGA’S FLORIBBEAN KITCHEN & BAR 608 S Ocean Shore Boulevard Flagler Beach, FL 32136 386-439-0098 Stealing Vanity – Nov 5 at 7pm Bradford Buckley – Nov 12 at 7pm American Hot Rods – Nov 19 at 7pm Rammer – Nov 26 at 7pm NEW SMYRNA BEACH TAYTON O’BRIANS 410 Flagler Avenue New Smyrna Beach, FL 386-957-3869 Bradford Buckley – Nov 5 & 19 at 9pm James Ryan – Nov 12 at 9pm American Hot Rods – Nov 26 at 9pm YELLOW DOG EATS 247 Canal Street New Smyrna Beach, FL 386-410-4824 Old Kings Road – Nov 3 at 7pm Evening Muze – Nov 4 at 7pm Derek Davis Duo – Nov 5 at 7pm Big Rick – Nov 10 at 7pm Ben Wilkins – Nov 11 at 7pm Stealing Vanity – Nov 12 at 7pm Lauris Vidal – Nov 17 at 7pm Ryan Will – Nov 18 at 7pm Claire Vandiver – Nov 19 at 7pm Gina Cuchetti – Nov 25 at 7pm Jonnie Morgan Duo – Nov 26 at 7pm

PORT ORANGE BLUE BAYOU CAJUN BISTRO & BAR 3510 S Nova Road Port Orange, FL 386-256-4992 Jonny Odis – Nov 4 at 6pm Mike Quick Band – Nov 5 & 25 at 6pm Mary & Gina Cuchetti – Nov 11 at 6pm Big Rick – Nov 12 at 6pm Beartoe – Nov 18 at 6pm Joe Berry Payne – Nov 19 at 6pm Old Kings Road – Nov 26 at 6pm CITY OF PORT ORANGE KENNETH W. PARKER AMPHITHEATER 2001 City Center Circle, Port Orange. 386-506-5851 Port Orange Christmas in the park, Dec 3, 6:00-8:00pm Christmas Concert at 6pm with performances by the Children’s Choir, Adult Choir, Radical Measures Band and Warner Christian Academy Stage Band then the lighting of City Center. SANTA at 7pm and FREE horse-drawn carriage rides around City Center. City of Port Orange Kenneth W. Parker Amphitheater 2001 City Center Circle, Port Orange. 386-506-5851 Port Orange Christmas Parade, Dec 4, 2:00pm, The 38th annual Port Orange Christmas Parade will consist of bands and floats centered around this year’s theme – “A Superhero Christmas.” The route starts at Nova Road and will run east on Dunlawton Avenue to Lafayette Street. Port Orange Government TV will tape delay the parade on Bright House Networks cable channel 498. ORIGINAL FIRST TURN 5236 S Ridgewood Av, Port Orange 386-788-5434 John Long, Nov 9, 6pm Sean Gimbert, Nov 10, 6pm Hayfire, Nov 11, 7:30pm The Accuzed Nov 12, 6pm Reuben ‘Lounge Lizard’. Nov 13, 6pm. Blues Jam hosted by John Long, Nov 15, 6pm Bike night Tiki 7 - 9, $1.50 Domestic longnecks $2.50 Fireball shots, $2 Twisted Tea. Free Food while it lasts Karaoke w/Just George inside 6 Nathan Perer, Nov 16, 6pm Carl B., Nov 17, 6pm Crash Rocket, Nov 18, 6pm 39TH ANNUAL ‘OUR KIDS’ BENEFIT RUN, by Daytona 200 Motorcycle club for Children’s Home Society of Florida Nov 19, 2pm, Big Engine 6pm Sean Gimbert. Nov 20, 4pm Blues Jam hosted by John Long, Nov22, 6pm Bike night Tiki 7 - 9, $1.50

Domestic longnecks $2.50 Fireball shots, $2 Twisted Tea Free Food while it lasts Jimmy Z., Nov 23, 6pm Happy Thanksgiving Open, Nov 24, 2 pm serving Traditional Turkey dinner Big Rick & the Troublemakers, Nov25 6pm Miss Intent, Nov 26, 6pm Chris Kristianson, Nov 27 4pm Blues Jam hosted by John Long, Nov 29, 6pm Bike night Tiki 7 - 9, $1.50 Domestic longnecks $2.50 Fireball shots, $2 Twisted Tea Free Food while it lasts Karaoke w/Just George inside 6pm Megan Stuart Duo, Nov 30, 6pm Meet & Greet w/Mid Florida Jeep Club 7pm Acoustic Jam hosted by Micalini, Dec1, 6pm. Then2Now, Dec 2, 6pm Easystreet Dec 3, 6pm. Cornhole Madness monthly tourney, 3pm Pirate Party ‘Yappy Hour’. Dec 4, 2 – 6pm Benefiting Pawsiblitie Rescue Musci by: Rusty Anchors Blue Lotus Bellydancers Raffles and Bahama Cruise for 2 raffle Costume contest for kids and canines RACINGS NORTH TURN 4511 S Atlantic Ave, Ponce Inlet (386) 322-3258 Donn Hill – Every Mon, 6pm. Mark Moore - Every Tues, 6pm & Every Sun, 1pm Eddie Uzzle & Steve Hagman – Every Wed, 6pm. Country Night w Kenny, Willie & Mike Caso – Every Thurs, 6pm. Mike Caso & Eddie Uzzle – Every Fri, 6pm Dan & Andy – Every Sun, 6pm. Parrallel w/ Debbie Gulliven – Last Sat of Month, 6pm TOMOKA BREWING COMPANY 4647 S Clyde Morris Blvd, Port Orange 386-256-4979 Tuesday Night Trivia 8pm College Thursdays Reggae with Relief -- Nov 10, 8-11pm College Thursdays with The Transfers -- Nov 17, 8-11pm ORMOND 31 SUPPER CLUB 31 W Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach, FL 386-275-1625 Frank Primato – Thursdays and Fridays at 7pm. Derryck Lawrence – Saturdays at 9pm, Havana Bar. Billy Dean Trio – Nov 5 at 7pm. Dana Kamide Band – Nov 12 & 26 at 7pm. Trina Stefanos Trio – Nov 19 at 7pm BELLAIR LANES 2575 N Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach Saturday, 9-11pm, KAROAKE Every 1st & 3rd Mon 9-11pm, COMEDY SHOWCASE. Every 2nd & 3rd Mon 9-11pm, Open Mic Comedy

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GRIND GASTROPUB & KONA TIKI BAR 49 W Granada Blvd. Ormond Beach, FL 386-672-7277 Timmy Rivers – Nov 1 at 6pm Stealing Vanity – Nov 2, 16 & 30 at 6pm JT Douglas – Nov 3 at 7:30pm Derek Davis Duo – Nov 4 at 7pm Claire Vandiver – Nov 4 & 25 at 9pm Ben Wilkins – Nov 5 at 7pm. James Ryan – Nov 5 at 9pm. Evening Muze – Nov 8 & 22 at 6pm. The JAM – Nov 9 & 23 at 6pm. Jimmy Z – Nov 10 at 7:30pm Mark Moore – Nov 11 at 7pm Thomas and Mike – Nov 11 at 9pm The Salt – Nov 12 at 7pm. Kaci Jo Hibbard – Nov 12 at 9pm. Danny Dread – Nov 15 at 6pm. Julia McDonald – Nov 17 at 7:30pm. Matt Collins – Nov 18 at 7pm Robert Keele – Nov 18 at 9pm Evan Taylor Jones – Nov 19 & 25 at 7pm Jonnie Morgan – Nov 19 at 9pm Ryan Will – Nov 26 at 7pm Bradford Buckley – Nov 26 at 9pm Dustin Stock – Nov 29 at 6pm LAGERHEADS BAR & GRILL 2986 Oceanshore Blvd, Ormond Beach 386-265-1977 Reuben every Wed, 5-9pm. ddie Wolford every Tuesday, 5-9pm. Don Hill Nov 10 and every Sunday, 5-9pm. Chip Brock Nov 11, 6-10pm. Robert Keele every Sat, 6-10pm. Justin Time Nov 21, 5-9pm Gary Wright 14, 17, 28, Dec 1, 5-9pm Walt Kalwicki 18, 6-10pm. NY Eddie 25, 6-10pm. Lou McNally Dec 2, 6-10pm ROCKEFELLER GARDENS RIVERFEST SEAFOOD FESTIVAL Nov 19 Southern Stone Communications Cooking Demo Stage: 11 am – 4 pm Robbins Camper Sales Music Stage: Amy Alysia and the Soul Machine Beach Boys Review. Spruce Creek 12 0’Clock Jazz Band. Kids Fishing Clinic: 10 am–4 pm Free fishing poles for kids 12 and under (while supplies last)\ Nov 20 Rubber Duckie 5K River Run – 9 am Southern Stone Communications Cooking Demo Stage: 11 am – 3 pm Robbins Camper Sales Music Stage: Emperor Napoleon and the Visions of Ecstasy. Beach Boys Review. Seabreeze High School Marching 100 & Jazz Band. Kids’ activities for all ages: crafts, games, bouncy play, Kid Fish area, kaaks, paddleboards and Sunday boat rides. Free admission/ parking. Free shuttle at City Hall parking lot. Rockefeller Gardens www. ormondbeachmainstreet.com/Riverfest/ 26 Riverside Dr. Ormond Beach, FL 386-492-9238.


AMERICAN CONTINENTAL

HILTON DAYTONA BEACH RESORT/OCEAN WALK VILLAGE

THE TAVERN AT CYPRESS HEAD GOLF COURSE

Located on the beautiful and newly renovated Port Orange municipal golf course. Inside and Outside dining. Home of the famous Home to several restaurants whether it's the Sport Pub Legends Sunday Champagne Brunch, Full Bar, available for special events. with craft beers, wings and more, the cafe to grab salads for the Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. 6231 Palm Vista Street, Port Orange. beach, Doc Bales for one of their amazing Buffets on Sunday 6231 Palm Vista Street, Port Orange. Brunch and Friday and Saturday evenings and the Clocktower Lounge for entertainment and munchies as, well as, there Tiki Bar THE ORIGINAL FIRST TURN featuring Wet Beach Club every Sunday. There is something for Start off your meal right with Firecracker Shrimp, Fried Fish Bites everyone at this landmark stop. Complimentary Valet with $30 or Chicken Quesadillas. Then work your way through an amazing selection of steamed seafood, including shrimp, snow crab legs, oyspurchase. 100 North Atlantic Ave. ters and clams. The steaks are to die for, and the wings are no slouch either. 5236 S Ridgewood Ave, Port Orange. (386) 788-5434

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

TOMOKA BREWING COMPANY

MARINA VIEW

Celebrations, Meetings and Event Center (Use $$ boat reservation cc outdoor guitar and wifi symbols) Open for dinner and cocktails with fresh seafood and local produce. Dine right on the marina. Perfect for private events. Happy Hour and live music on Fridays. 125 Basin St., Daytona Beach. (844) 383-6878

DELI

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

Savor a bold, fresh microbrew along with House Favorites such as BAR FOOD Macadamia Nut Encrusted Mahi Mahi, House Burrito with Green Chili, Shepards Pie, Pork Schnitzel or Hand Tossed Pizza with our BELLAIR LANES signature beer dough crust.. Or maybe you’d prefer a gourmet This state of the art bowling facility is a local favorite and features burger, such as the Old School, Black Bean Veggie or Smoked a late night grill with burgers, fries, dogs, nachos and more! The Tomoka Burger. 4647 S Clyde Blvd., Port Orange. (386) 256-4979. full bar/game room is a popular spot and best of all food is served until 2 AM! 2575 N. Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach.

SEAFOOD

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

BLUE BAYOU CAJUN BISTRO & BAR

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

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 (3861 760-1082

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THE PERFECT LOCATION FOR YOUR NEXT PRIVATE EVENT! Cocktails and Dining Directly in the Marina! Outdoor Tiki Bar with Waterfront Seating! THE PERFECT LOCATION FOR YOUR HOLIDAY PARTY! RESERVE YOUR DATE NOW! LIVE MUSIC Friday & Saturday HAPPY HOUR 3-6 PM Daily $2 Domestic & Wine, $3 Cocktails, $2 Baby Bombs & Fireball

SPECIAL CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR FRIENDS AND OWNER OF MARK’S SPORTS PUB AND VILLAGE TAVERN,

MARK SLONICKI AND JILL MINARCHI SLONICKI WHO ELOPED TO LAS VEGAS AND GOT MARRIED.

Wednesday, November 23

THANKSGIVING EVE

FRIENDSGIVING! ENJOY WATERFRONT DINING & LIVE MUSIC!

QUALITY, AFFORDABLE DINING IN AN AMAZING WATERFRONT SETTING!

WE FORGIVE YOU FOR NOT INVITING US AND BACKSTAGE PASS MAGAZINE WISHES YOU A LIFETIME OF AMAZING MEMORIES!

From Sea... To Table

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GREATER DAYTONA MAINLAND EVENTS FESTIVALS NOV 13 COMIC CONVENTION 10am-4pm, $8.00 / 12 and under FREE. Random door prizes. 100+ vendors selling comics, toys, magazines, trade paper backs, records, collectibles, action figures and more. Costume contest $300.00 in prizes. Many special guest appearances. Embry-Riddle ICI Center, 601 S. Clyde Morris Blvd., Daytona Beach http:// daytonabeachcomicconvention.com/ MUSIC ONGOING MOAS PLANETARIUM SHOWS 2ND SATURDAY LASER ROCK CONCERT 7PM Laser Country, 8pm Laser Retro, 9pm Laser Zeppelin. $5 one show, $7 for two shows and $9 for all three shows. MOAS, 352 S Nova Road, DB, (386) 255-0285. DEC 3 MOAS PLANETARIUM SHOWS Join the holiday mood with stars and music as Embry-Riddle’s A Capella group, the Acafellas, perform inside the Planetarium. $5 one show, $7 for two shows and $9 for all three shows. MOAS, 352 S Nova Road, DB, (386) 255-0285. FOOD NOV 17 FOOD TRUCK AND FUN FEST 6-8pm Enjoy delicious food while enjoying live music from The Click. FREE MOAS, 352 S Nova Road, DB, (386) 255-0285 moas.org FILMS NOV 11 - 2pm – “Good Morning Vietnam” NOV 15 - 10 – 11am - “Mt Rushmore” NOV 15 - 2 - 4pm – “Rope” (1948) NOV 22 – 10 – 11:30am “Panama Canal” NOV 22 – 2 – 4pm - “How Green Was My Valley” NOV 29 – 10 – 11am “Triangle Fire” NOV 29 – 2 – 4pm - “Little Women” (1933) Daytona Beach Regional Library, 105 E. Magnolia Ave.- Lori Davis (386) 257-6036 NOW – NOV 10 Mia Madre NOV 11 – 24 Chronic NOV 4 – 17 T-Rex WINE DOWN WEDNESDAYS Ladies Night FRIDAY NIGHT PITCHER SHOW $25 gets you 2 tickets, 2 popcorn pitcher of beer. Cinematique, Daytona’s Only Art House Theater serving wine and beer to your table. Beach Street, DB. (386)252-3778. www.cinematique.org NOW-NOV 16 CINEMATIC DISCUSSIONS Southeast Museum of Photography, Madorsky Theater, 1200 W International Speedway Blvd, DB, Daytona State, professor Eric Breitenbach for film introductions & post screening discussions, (386) 506-4475. COMEDY EVERY TUESDAY RANDOM ACTS OF INSANITY 8pm. $5, Beach Street, DB, Live Improv Comedy, (386) 252-3778. cinematque.org FUNDRAISERS NOV 10 BIDS FOR KIDS Used exclusively by the AAFDB to support its programs, education, operations, Jim Shipley Scholarship Fund, and public service projects such as the “Hope Place” which will become a family center serving homeless students and their families in Daytona. 5-8:30pm. Cici & Hyatt Brown Museum of Art, 350 S Nova Rd, Daytona Beach. DEC 1 MOAS CHAMPAGNE GALA 6 – 9pm Enjoy complimentary champagne and a sampling of delicious tapas, hors d’oeuvres and desserts from twenty of the area’s finest restaurants. A variety of live music, decorated

tree displays. Holiday boutique where small decorative items will be available. $50pp. Reservations are requested, call Carol Ann LaRoza at 386-409-3606 or carolannlaroza@ bellsouth.net. MOAS 352 South Nova Rd. MOAS. ORG

EVERY 1ST WED ASPIRING WRITERS GROUP Fiction, Non-Fiction, Poetry and Songwriting. $1 donation to join a group of fellow artists to discuss your work, get advice on getting publishing and make like-minded friends. 6-8 PM.

DEC 6 “SWING FOR SUCCESS” FUNDRAISER 8am. The rescheduled Michelob Ultra “A Swing for Success” fundraiser has been the can’t-miss charity golf event in the Volusia / Flagler area and annually attracts close to 300 participants, 14 restaurants, and countless benefactors that generously give back to those less fortunate in our community. All proceeds will benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs. LPGA International, 1000 Champions Dr, DB. http:// www.symetratourchampionship.com/

EVERY 4TH WED ARTISTS/CRAFTERS GROUP See demonstration on different techniques and mediums. Discussion and interaction with fellow artists. $1 Donation, 6-8 PM.

DEC 17 NAIA National Football Championship Game 6 – 9pm. Municipal Stadium will be buzzing with pre-game and half-time shows, live music and plenty of fun for everyone. Cheering squads throughout the county will participate as well as 290 band members and 50 chorus students from ten schools in Volusia and Flagler counties The game will be live streamed on ESPN-3. Daytona Beach Municipal Stadium, 3777 LPGA Blvd. DB. (386) 481-2465 GALLERIES/MUSEUM EXHIBITS EVERY SAT. MARY MCLEOD BETHUNE HOME AND GRAVESITE TOURS Legendary educator & civil rights activist. Her home from 1914 – 1955. Appts Only, 640 Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Blvd, DB, (386) 481-2122. NOW-DEC 12 IN RETROSPECT - Roger Ballen This retrospective exhibition spans over 40 years of image making and leads us through many incarnations of thought and process by one of the most influential and important photographic artists of the 21st century; from his early documentary images of South African mining towns, to the highly stylized, personal and psychologically charged projects that he is working on today. SOUTHEAST MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY, 1200 W International Speedway Blvd, DB, Daytona State (386) 506-4475. SMPonline.org NOV ONGOING TRUTH IN JEST: 200 YEARS OF SOCIAL SATIRE AND HUMOR IN WESTERN ART Museum of Arts & Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd, Daytona Beach 386-255-0285 moas.org NOV 12 – DEC 3 MOAS FESTIVAL OF TREES 10am - 5pm Monday through Saturday, 11am to 5pm Sunday Stroll through the West Wing of the Museum of Arts & Sciences to view professionally decorated trees that are sponsored by local businesses. All trees are up for sale to the highest bidder at the close of the display. The Festival of Trees is open to the public with the price of admission to the Museum of Arts & Sciences. WORKSHOPS & CLASSES EVERY WED YOGA IN THE GALLERY 5:30-6:30pm $10 future members, %4 for current members. Bring a yoga mat, water and towel. Museum of Arts and Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd, DB, (386) 255-0285. MOAS.org EVERY 3RD THURS SCIENCE CAFE 5:15pm A national initiative to get communities talking about science, Full cafe menu, Free, Cinematique, 242 S Beach St, DB. (386) 252-3778. Cinematique.org

NOV 10 MINIATURE SUITCASE Papercraft Class. $80 includes supplies. 6-8 PM. NOV 12 BEACH HOUSE MIXED MEDIA 12 x 16 Painting Class most supplies are included, email for details gypsy4designs@ yahoo.com. $49.00 NOV 26 ALL DAY VENDOR EXPO 10 AM-6 PM.. ArtFunDo, a community resource for the creative mind. 1034 Ridgewood Ave., Suite A, Holly Hill. (386) 256-7575 NOV 19 PAINT PARTY LIFE 4-6pm. All Materials will be provided by Paint Party Life to create your 16x20 Acrylic Masterpiece! Seats are Limited…FREE Call to Register (844) 643-2787 ext.3, or Email Paint Party Life Directly at: Events@paintpartylife. com. DB Brewery, 482 Fentress Blvd, Unit N, DB, $40, (844) 643-2787. http://www.daytonabeachbrewingcompany.com/

MISCELLANEOUS NOV 10 HALIFAX URBAN MINISTRIES THANKSGIVING BASKET SIGN UP 8:30am – 12pm. HUM will be giving out tickets for the 400 THANKSGIVING Food Baskets, donated by the MID-FLORIDA JEEP CLUB. Each family will receive a ticket good for a turkey and all the sides and fixin’s to be picked up the Monday before Thanksgiving! To sign up you must bring an ID, Social Security Card, proof of residency and ID’s for everyone in the household, this is only for families of 3 or more. HUM, 215 Bay Street, Daytona Beach. SECOND SATURDAY ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW Daytona Flea and Farmers Market, Row C, 2987 Bellevue Avenue, DB. Home-made & handcrafted items. NOV 15, DEC 6, 13, 20 VICTORIAN TEA AT LILLIAN PLACE 2pm. Join us for our special holiday teas in Dec. 111 Silver Beach Ave., DB, What a fun thing to take your mother, grandmother or daughter. Held in a beautiful fully furnished museum home. HeritagePreservationTrust.org ONGOING RICHARD PETTY DRIVING EXPERIENCE Daytona International Speedway, 1801 W Intl Spdwy Blvd, DB, puts you in a NASCAR race car for an adrenaline pumping thrill of a lifetime that gets you as close to being in The Race as you will ever get! (800) 748-7467. DrivePetty.com NOV 24 - 27 DAYTONA TURKEY ROD RUN 8am-4pm Thursday – Saturday, 8am-2pm Sunday. Daytona International Speedway. There will be more than 6,000 vintage, classic, muscle cars, race cars and trucks for show and sale. The show also includes more than 2,500 swap meet spaces, Artisan Alley, food and entertainment. $10 – $15 http://turkeyrun.com/ Turkey_Run_Home.html

FAMILY & YOUTH FIRST TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH MOAS KIDS SECTION AND GALLERY All day, Volusia County residents free, Museum of Arts and Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd, DB, (386) 255-0285. MOAS.org ONGOING MOAS PLANETARIUM SHOWS NOV 12 YOU RUN THE SHOW 4 – 4:45pm You bring the topic; we will travel through space to get there and talk about it. $5 one show, $7 for two shows and $9 for all three shows. MOAS, 352 S Nova Road, DB, (386) 255-0285. EVERY WED & THURS JUMP & JIGGLE 10-10:15am. All ages, Movement & music program. PRESCHOOL STORYTIME 10:30-11:30am. Ages 3-5, Mix of books, songs, & flannel board stories incl coloring WACKY WEDNESDAY 2 -4 pm. Ages 5-12, Rotation of fun activities. Wii games. Crafts. Movies. Lego club. TODDLER STORYTIME 10:30-11:30am, Ages 1 to 3, Mix of books, songs & flannel board stories incl coloring

NOV 21 HALIFAX URBAN MINISTRIES THANKSGIVING BASKET GIVEAWAY 8:30am – 12pm. HUM will be distributing baskets to those 400 holding a ticket a THANKSGIVING Food Baskets, donated by the MID-FLORIDA JEEP CLUB. HUM, 215 Bay Street, Daytona Beach. 386-252-0156. DEC 1 – 4 FERRARI WORLD FINALS First time in history the Finali Mondiali will take place in North America. Competitors from the European, North American and Asia Pacific will battle for the World Championship on Daytona’s 3.56-mile road course. Camping is available, Walk through the garage to see the cards up close. $60 4-day admission, Daytona International Speedway, 1801 West International Speedway Boulevard Daytona Beach.

EVERY FRI FUN FRIDAYS AND FREE MOVIES 10:30-11:30am, Ages 5-12. Ready, set, Create! EVERY SATURDAY FAMILY STORYTIME 10:30-11:30 am, All ages. Mix of books, songs & flannel stories. DB City Island Library, (386) 257-6038.

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RECIPES FROM OUR EDITOR THE THANKSGIVINGS SIDES THAT WILL MAKE YOUR DISH THE HIT OF THE PARTY!

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his year the trend proves to be leaning away from chef’s creations and back to grandma’s table. I am very excited about this since my grandmother is a part of all my cooking even if it isn’t her exact recipes her technique always shines through. This year I want to help you out with two side-dishes that are my very favorite tested and given 5 stars by varying family member of both my husband’s and my side of the family. The squash lasagna I make every year has evoked a wave of bows around the Thanksgiving table and most turn up their nose when they hear instead of green beans I am preparing Brussels Sprouts, but this recipe has turned every non-brussels person I know, as well as send them packing with leftovers.

BUTTERNUT SQUASH LASAGNA Cook’s Note: The no-boil lasagna noodles can be substituted with fresh spinach lasagna sheets. Look for fresh lasagna sheets in the refrigerated section of specialty markets.

INGREDIENTS

• 1 tablespoon olive oil • 1 (1 1/2 to 2-pound) butternut squash, peeled, seeded, and cut into 1-inch cubes • Salt and freshly ground black pepper • 1/2 cup water • 3 amaretti cookies, crumbled • 1/4 cup butter • 1/4 cup all-purpose flour • 3 1/2 cups whole milk • Pinch nutmeg • 3/4 cup (lightly packed) fresh basil leaves • 12 no-boil lasagna noodles • 2 1/2 cups shredded whole-milk mozzarella cheese • 1/3 cup grated Parmesan

BRUSSELS SPROUTS SWEET POTATO HASH This Brusselsprouts and Sweet Potato Hash is specked with delicious bacon crumbles. It makes a great side dish for dinner, but I also wouldn’t mind it for breakfast or lunch. Yield: 3-4 servings as side dish (2-3 as main meal)

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In a large skillet/sauteing pan cook the bacon slices until crispy. Place bacon on paper towel to drain excess fat. Keep 2 tablespoons on bacon grease and saute chopped onion and garlic on medium high heat for 2 minutes. Add the Brussels sprouts halves and sweet potato cubes. Season with salt and pepper. Turn heat to low and cover. Saute for 10 minutes while stirring occasionally. Drizzle olive oil over the roasting veggies and stir in the breadcrumbs. Saute uncovered for about 10 more minutes. Veggies should look roasted on the outside and be soft on the inside. Sprinkle with bacon crumbles and serve right away. Drizzle with soy sauce if desired.

Heat the oil in a heavy large skillet over medium-high heat. Add the squash and toss to coat. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Pour the water into the skillet and then cover and simmer over medium heat until the squash is tender, stirring occasionally, about 20 minutes. Cool slightly and then transfer the squash to a food processor. Add the amaretti cookies and blend until smooth. Season the squash puree, to taste, with more salt and pepper. Melt the butter in a heavy medium-size saucepan over medium heat. Add the flour and whisk for 1 minute. Gradually whisk in the milk. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Reduce the heat to medium and simmer until the sauce thickens slightly, whisking often, about 5 minutes. Whisk in the nutmeg. Cool slightly. Transfer half of the sauce to a blender*. Add the basil and blend until smooth. Return the basil sauce to the sauce in the pan and stir to blend. Season the sauce with salt and pepper, to taste. Position the rack in the center of the oven and preheat to 375 degrees F. Lightly butter a 13 by 9 by 2-inch glass baking dish. Spread 3/4 cup of the sauce over the prepared baking dish. Arrange 3 lasagna noodles on the bottom of the pan. Spread 1/3 of the squash puree over the noodles. Sprinkle with 1/2 cup of mozzarella cheese. Drizzle 1/2 cup of sauce over the noodles. Repeat layering 3 more times. Tightly cover the baking dish with foil and bake the lasagna for 40 minutes. Sprinkle the remaining mozzarella and Parmesan cheeses over the lasagna. Continue baking uncovered until the sauce bubbles and the top is golden, 15 minutes longer. Let the lasagna stand for 15 minutes before serving. *When blending hot liquids: Remove liquid from the heat and allow to cool for at least 5 minutes. Transfer liquid to a blender or food processor and fill it no more than halfway. If using a blender, release one corner of the lid. This prevents the vacuum effect that creates heat explosions. Place a towel over the top of the machine, pulse a few times then process on high speed until smooth.

Recipe courtesy of http://leelalicious.com/brussels-sprouts-sweet-potato-hash/

Recipe courtesy of Giada De Laurentiis. http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/giada-de-laurentiis/butternut-squash-lasagna-recipe.html

INGREDIENTS

• 5 slices bacon • ½ medium onion, chopped • 2 cloves garlic, chopped • 2 cups (200 g) Brussels sprouts, halved • 2 cups (300 g) cubed sweet potato • salt + pepper • 2 tablespoons olive oil or butter • 1/3 cup Italian bread crumbs • soy sauce for drizzling

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ince 2003 the guys from Papercutt have been bringing the party to the East Coast area of Florida. Born from the love of Jack Daniel’s and banging heads, the guys in Papercutt have been belting out their beloved ‘80s arenarock anthems for over a decade now. Vocalist Thorny Rose, rhythm guitarist Skid Mark, lead guitarist The Shredder, Bassist SLYDE-ON-IN, and drummer Tug Boatt form the solid unit that is Papercutt. The band has gone through relatively few lineup changes since their inception, with the exception of vocalists. Boatt informs me their original singer actually left the band in 2005 to pursue a wrestling career in Seattle (no joke!). Their amped-up set lists are always sure to include everyone’s favorite hard rock tracks. Poison, Motley Crue. Def Leppard, Bon Jovi and Skid Row are just a few of the bands’ tunes you can expect to hear when seeing them live. When asked how the band decides on their set lists, bassist SLYDE said, “It used to be we selected the songs on the list based on which ones made more women flash us. Now we’re more mature and introspective.” He continued by saying, “Sometimes we even throw B-sides in the mix, those are always fun. And the crowd always goes wild for Journey’s ‘Don’t Stop Believin’ too.” Boatt adds, “Fans lose their damn minds when they hear the opening riff to (the classic Guns N’ Roses song) ‘Sweet Child ‘O Mine.’ And sometimes if the crowd is too wild we have to watch when we play Twisted Sister’s ‘We’re Not Gonna Take It,’ that can be a recipe for a riot!” He goes on to say one of his favorite

songs to play live is Van Halen’s “Hot For Teacher” because (direct quote), “Duh, I’m a drummer!” The illustrious Thorny Rose simply states (with pride), “We only play the upper echelon of hair metal hits.” Papercutt has even shared the stage with such notable acts as Molly Hatchet, and more recently, Vanilla Ice at the Daytona Beach Hilton this past summer. According to SLYDE, “The most fun was backstage. Everyone treated us like we were actually important. I made a peanut butter and jelly sandwich using Vanilla Ice’s personal condiment stash. Now that’s respect.” Some of the members were even lucky enough to play the part of Ices’ “hype men” for the night, spraying down the crowd with water during his set while wearing clown outfits. Boatt describes that night as “probably the highlight of our career.” I’m pretty sure that will change. This month the band will be playing the backyard stage at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre prior to this story being released. The show is actually a fundraiser for Hurricane Matthew. Papercutt will also once again take over the St. Augustine Pier after it’s annual New Years Eve Beach Blast Off, following the fireworks display. Boatt tells me, “It’s the biggest and best gig of the year!” Look for Boatt to be crowd-rafting during his rap segment where he literally rides on top of the crowd in an inflatable raft, a regular event at Papercutt shows. Last year it was estimated some 15,000 people showed up for the event, so expect another huge turnout, and of course for things to get wild!

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WEST VOLUSIA EVENTS FESTIVALS EVERY 1ST FRI ROCK THE BLOCK 6-9pm, First Friday Block Party, Live entertainment, refreshments, specials, door prizes, demos & more, Downtown DeLand. EVERY 2ND THURS ALIVE AFTER 5 5-8pm. Street party, Music, artists, food & crafts beer, Free, Downtown Sanford, SanfordWelcomeCenter.com NOW – NOV 13 VOLUSIA COUNTY FAIR 3150 E. New York Avenue, DeLand at the Volusia County Fairgrounds. Volusiacountyfair.com for more information. DEC 3 – 4 DELAND GUN & KNIFE SHOW 9am-5pm. Sat., 9am-4pm Sun., The show features an array of firearms, ammo, shooting supplies, knives and more. $5 per person. Law Enforcement (in uniform): Free. Free Parking Volusia County Fairgrounds. Concealed Weapons Course will be available and instructed by the International Protective Services, Inc. (IPS). 2 courses will be taught every day and are each 2.5-hour long. http://www.flgunshows.com DEC 10 CHRISTMAS UNDER THE OAKS HOLIDAY MARKETPLACE 11am-3pm. Free to public features food trucks, vendors, music, children’s activities, bounce house, popcorn, cotton candy and more. Vendor space available for $10. Live Oak Center, 2845 & 2851 Enterprise Rd., Debary. (386) 668-9128 FOOD & WINE 2ND WEDNESDAY WINE, WOMEN & CHOCOLATE 5:30 - 7:30pm, Downtown DeLand, WineWomenandChocolateDeLand.com 2ND THURSDAY RIVER CITY NIGHTS 5:30-8:30pm, Food Trucks, Live Music, Central 28 Beer Co, Gateway Park, DeBary, 386-668-5553. MUSIC EVERY TUES JAZZ IN THE COURTYARD 7-9pm, Free, Cafe DaVinci, 112 W Georgia Ave, DeLand, (386) 679-2563.

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EVERY 4TH SAT WINE WALK 1-7pm $25, 20 tasting tickets and keepsake wine glass. Want to share, buy an additional wine glass for 5.00 100 wines on Flagler Avenue, Historic Flagler Avenue, New Smyrna Beach, www.partyonflagler.com

ONGOING NEW SMYRNA HISTORY MUSEUM Excellent examples of St. John’s Period pottery, Tapestries created by local seamstresses - Works Progress Administration (W.P.A) signage delineate various periods of our history, 120 Sams Ave, New Smyrna Beach.

NOV 12 FLAMINGO FOLLIES ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW 9AM-5PM. 120 artists and crafters will display their work. Artists, entertainment and food vendors will line the Avenue. FREE Flagler Avenue in the NSB Waterfront LOOP. City of New Smyrna Beach Leisure Services Department at 386-424-2175.

THEATRE DEC 2 – 19 THE LITTLE THEATRE PRESENTS: MARY POPPINS 8:00-10:00pm Everyone’s favorite practically perfect nanny takes the stage in this Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious musical adventure. Mary Poppins takes the children on many magical and memorable adventures. Even grown-ups can learn a lesson or two from the nanny who advises that “Anything can happen if you let it.” The Little Theatre, 726 3rd Avenue, New Smyrna Beach. http://www.nsbplayers.org/

ONGOING THE NEW SMYRNA SETTLEMENT EXHIBIT Video introducing largest British attempt to colonize North America, Interactive stations, Mon.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. 14pm, 120 Sams Ave, New Smyrna Beach, Nsbhistory.org

DEC 2 LIGHT UP FLAGLER! 5:30-8:00pm The Avenue will be aglow as part of the free holiday kick-off event, which will include toys, entertainers, carolers, and more as businesses light their façades and offer tastings. Donate a new, unwrapped toy and receive a holiday commemorative photo at Santa’s Workshop at the corner of Flagler Avenue and Cooper Street. Toys will be donated to Toys for Tots. Flagler Avenue will be closed to vehicular traffic during the event from Peninsula Drive east to Buenos Aires Street. www.cityofnsb.com DEC 3 NEW SMYRNA BEACH CHRISTMAS PARADE 4:00pm. Marching bands, decorated floats, dancers and even troupes of horses will travel the Canal Street Historic District in New Smyrna Beach to bring the “Lights and Sounds of Christmas” to the seaside town. This year’s theme is Candy Canes & Christmas Carols. The parade will begin at the intersection of Flagler Avenue and South Atlantic Avenue. It will travel west along Flagler Avenue and the North Causeway, south on Riverside Drive and will turn west onto Canal Street. 386-424-2175 www.cityofnsb.com DEC 10 EDGEWATER CHRISTMAS PARADE 10:00am. The Edgewater Christmas Parade begins at 10am at State Road 442 and Air Park Road and continues east to US 1. Theme this year is “Sounds of Christmas” For more information specialevents@ cityofedgewater.org

MUSIC EVERY 2ND FRI MUSIC NIGHT AT THE HUB 6-8pm Live entertainment, Free/members; $5/nonmembers, 132 Canal St, New Smyrna, (386) 957-3924, TheHubonCanal.org DEC 15 – 18 NEW SMYRNA BEACH ROCK AND ROLL MUSIC FESTIVAL From Classic Rock to New Rock - from Happy Days to Hair Bands - and maybe even an Elvis sighting New Smyrna Beach is celebrating everything rock and roll. Over a dozen acts are set citywide that will include multiple band meet-andgreets and plenty of free giveaways. Every performance is free - no cover charge though some locations do have a minimum age admission of 21 years. NSB Visitors Center 386-428-1600 GALLERIES/EXHIBITS EVERY 1ST SAT ART STROLL/ GALLERY WALK 10am- 7pm Christmas Park, Canal St, New Smyrna, (386) 690-8666. CanalStreetNSB.com

DEC 10 NEW SMYRNA BEACH CHRISTMAS BOAT PARADE 6:00-7:30pm. Starts at Menard-May park EVERY 4TH SAT in Edgewater, parade ends at the Grille at Riverview. Judging takes place at Riverside ART WALK ON FLAGLER 10am-5pm, Local Florida artists, Flagler Park. Avenue, New Smyrna, (386) 428-7870 FOOD & WINE NOW – NOV 12 EVERY 1ST SAT UCF FLYING HORSE EDITIONS: CRAFT BEER WALK ART OF COLLABORATION 1-7pm, $20/6 oz. souvenir glass & 12 sampling tickets for 10 locations. Canal St, Tues-Fri 10am-4pm, Free , Pabst Visitor Center & Gallery, 1414 Art Center Ave, New New Smyrna. CanalStreetNSB.com Smyrna.

FAMILY/YOUTH EVENT EVERY FRI FREE SKATEBOARD LESSONS All ages, 9-10am. NSB Skate park 245 Industrial Park Ave, New Smyrna. DEC 3 ART STROLL AND GALLERY WALK 10:00am-5:00pm Artistic vendors set up along the historic Canal street from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Musical artists play from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. in Christmas Park, 101 Live Oak Street. Galleries feature solo and group exhibitions and artist talks in the Douglas Avenue area of the district and at the Hub from 4-8 p.m. Admission is free. For more information, please log on to the Canal Street Historic District website at www.canalstreetnsb.com DEC 3 “FROSTED” THE HUB ON CANAL MEMBERS SHOW 4:00pm – 7:00pm. Call to Artists - An art competition and gallery show. Purchase a blank canvas or a base for sculpture, $35. Your creation must be 80% shades of white and 20% other colors. Work in our Hub studios the second Saturday of every month and get some friendly guidance from a Hub artist. The Hub on Canal, 132 Canal Street, New Smyrna Beach. For more information visit www.thehuboncanal.org or phone (386) 957-3924

DEC 3 – JAN 10 SMALL THINGS CONSIDERED A GROUP EXHIBITION ACA Downtown: Arts on Douglas, 123 Douglas Street. Opening Reception: Saturday, December 3, 4 PM – 7 PM FREE, (386) 428-1133. www.artsondouglas.net WORK SHOPS/CLASSES NOW 30 Chair Yoga Café Join us for tea and yoga for FREE during your lunch hour. ACA Downtown, Harris House, 214 S Riverside Dr.

NOV 17 Poetry of St. Augustine, book reading and discussion 6:30pm. Author Dr. Ann Browning Masters, loridanos, Menorcans, Cattle-Whip Crackers: Poetry of St. Augustine. Learn about Saint Augustine and Northeast Florida from after the Civil War through the Civil Rights Movement. Free and open to the public. Books will be available for purchase. http://www.nsbhistory.org/ Events.html NOV 19 GRATITUDE TREE PAINTED COLLAGE WORKSHOP 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm. For $20.00 this workshop we will explore gratitude by creating a Gratitude Tree to reflect on what we are grateful for using writing, imagery, and paint. ACA Downtown, Harris House http:// atlanticcenterforthearts.org/ DEC 1 FIRST THURSDAYS EXPRESSIVE ART JOURNALING: FOR SELFDISCOVERY AND STRESS RELEASE 1:00-3:00pm $20 each class. Explore art journaling in this class led by artist/art therapist Laura Bohn using collage, writing, poetry, lyrics, letters, paint, color pencil, and stencils to create expressive art journals. No experience necessary & materials provided. ACA Downtown, Harris House, 214 S Riverside Dr. www. atlanticcenterforthearts.org DEC 16 – 18 ARTS & WELLNESS RETREAT Atlantic Center for the Arts, main campus, 1414 Art Center Ave, New Smyrna Beach. Come for a day, one night or two night stay in the beautiful nature retreat to experience yoga, meditation, expressive journaling, nature walks, and healthy, delicious meals. $95.00 – 285.00. http:// atlanticcenterforthearts.org/ FUNDRAISERS NOV 11 NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM 6-9pm $35 per person with all proceeds benefitting the museum. Includes: all you can eat buffet from Lost Lagoon, drinks by SoNapa Grille and New Smyrna Beach Brewing Company and live musical entertainment by the Cyndi Fraser. Live and silent auction. http://www.nsbhistory.org/ Events.html MISC DEC 3 IMAGES: HOLIDAY TOUR OF HOMES 9:00 am - 3:00 pm 214 S Riverside Dr., New Smyrna Beach. Kick off your holiday spirit with fabulously decorated for the holidays by area florists and showcasing the unique charm of New Smyrna Beach. The IMAGES Boutique is included in your tour and features handmade items created by ACA’s Volunteer League. Tickets: $25, ACA Members $20.

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DEC 7 HOLIDAY SPARKLE 4pm, Festive holiday shopping! Meet the local artists and enjoy a glass of cheer at the oneof-a-kind holiday shopping event! Prices start at $10! FREE Ormond Memorial Art Museum & Gardens, 78 East Granada Boulevard Ormond Beach. 386-676-3347 GALLERIES/EXHIBITS ONGOING PIONEER SETTLEMENT BARBERVILLE Discover yesterday today. Featuring a children’s Pioneer program with Living History Demonstrators. Entrusting future generations with the lifestyle of our forefathers. Features exhibitions and exhibits. Barberville Pioneer Settlement 1776 Lightfoot Lane, Barberville. (386) 749-2959. www.pioneersettlement.org MUSIC NOV 6 PUTTING ON THE RITZ 2:30 – 4:30 PM, Las Vegas and Atlantic City headliner, Johnny Petillo. “Johnny Petillo’s Doo Wop Days - From Oldies to The Rat Pack” is a dazzling musical and comedy impressions performance. Johnny Petillo performs as Dean Martin in the popular Rat Pack Together Again show. Ormond Beach Performing Arts Center, 399 N Us Highway 1, Ormond Beach 386-676-3250 NOV 12 THE THOMAS SISTERS 7 – 9 PM Ormond Church presents Christian Artists The Thomas Sisters in concert. Tiffany and Theresa Thomas are seasoned performers having coministered with Christian Artist/American Idol Finalist, Phil Stacey, opened for Jars of Clay, Christian Rap Artist Benjah, and others. They released their EP single, “I See You” in July 2016 and their Debut EP “Love Chased Me” on August 12, 2016. Ormond Beach Performing Arts Center, 399 N Us Highway 1, Ormond Beach 386-676-3250 WORKSHOPS & CLASSES EVERY 4TH THURS ART OF HEALING 3-4:30pm Free. Visual art program. Cancer Care Center, Florida Hospital, 224 Memorial Medical Pkwy, Ormond. (386) 231-2229. DEC 3 MONTHLY MUSIC WORKSHOPS First Saturday’s at Barberville Pioneer Settlement, Free Music Lessons & Folk Jam Session with Paid Admission or Membership. Learn how to play the guitar, fiddle, dobro, dulcimer, banjo and more! Check our facebook for updates.

FUNDRAISERS/MEMORIAL NOV & DEC ANNUAL FEED A FAMILY IN NEED THANKSGIVING AND CHRISTMAS MEALS Turkey and fixings provided to low income families in November and December. Volunteers and sponsors welcome. Contact Ginny Kent ginny@halifaxurbanhealthministries. org. 386-252-0156 DEC 10 HOLIDAY TOUR OF HOMES 10am – 3pm, Fundraising event for the Ormond Beach Historical Society. Each tour showcases different homes and buildings in various areas of our community during the holiday season. With a limited number of tickets offered, it has become a sellout. More Information ,Tickets $25.00 in advance $22.00 OBHS members. www.OrmondHistory.org. 386 677-7005 DEC 17 INAGUARAL CHUCK STRASSER MEMORIAL CANDY CAKE 5K 8 am, Memorial fundraiser to continue the work of the late Chuck Strasser. Funds will go to missions, efforts to place orphans in adoptive homes and send teams to aid people in need all over the world. Christmas-themed costumes are encouraged, and prizes will be awarded. Destination Daytona, 1637 North U.S. Highway 1, Ormond Beach. Registration http://www.5k. tomoka.cc. Contact Marcia Bayer via email at mwbace@aol.com. (386) 295-2938 FAMILY & YOUTH ONGOING ON FRIDAYS OPEN GYM 6-8pm, Ormond Beach Gymnastics Center and will be provided for anyone between the ages of 8-21. $5pp The Gymnastics Center is located at 432 N. Nova Road, Ormond Beach. 386-676-3250 GALLERIES OCT 17 – NOV 20 ARCHITECTURAL SCAVENGER HUNT online, We hope that the Ormond Memorial Art Museum exhibition “Architecture in the Built World” inspires you to look at our interaction with the built world around us. Area photographer, Sarah Friedman, shares her view of architectural gems along Granada Blvd. Visit the Museum’s website (www.ormondartmuseum.org/architecturalscavenger-hunt/) to see photos of five local architectural details and email your answers to be in a drawing for dinner for 2 along the boulevard on Nov. 20. All images are found along Granada Blvd. between A1A and Ridgewood Ave. NOV 11 VETERANS PARADE 11AM. The tribute will be held under a large tent in our parking lot and will conclude inside the museum. Lieutenant General Michael Dunn will share his thoughts, and soloist, Alexandrea Tocco and the Tuba & Euphonium Ensemble from Bethune-Cookman University will perform. After the tribute ceremony, the morning will continue inside the museum with a patriotic sing-a-long and light refreshments. Ormond Memorial Art Museum, 78 E Granada Blvd, Ormond Beach, FL 32176 MISCELLANEOUS EVERY 2ND WED HOLLY HILL BOOK CLUB 1pm, Book discussion group meets at the Museum. 1066 Ridgewood Ave., Holly Hill. (386) 673-1232 DEC 2 WALKING WITH THE MANAGER 8am, Will begin and end at The Casements, 25 Riverside Drive. Walk will be approximately 2 miles.

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THE BLUE BAYOU CAJUN BISTRO & BAR OF PORT ORANGE The difference between Cajun and Creole is like comparing country, rustic fare with citified, sophisticated French gastronomy. Being a foodie and well versed in the difference, I was thrilled to discover that Blue Bayou Cajun Bistro &

Bar had opened in my neighborhood in Port Orange. Taking from the land like their SWAMP BILLY SHORTRIBS and the sea with their CRISPY PECAN CATFISH, there is no doubt you are in for an authentic down home Cajun meal. But if it’s the sophistication of Creole that excites you, then the SHRIMP & CRAWFISH ETOUFFEE and REDFISH COUVILLION will be a delight. And it’s all being served in a upscale, casual, neighborhood, open-air, patio, bar and inside dining room (that doubles as a private party room,) at 3510 South Nova Road, just north of Madeline Avenue, in Port Orange. A true mix of what makes Cajun and Creole dining such a treat. There are a lot of reasons to get excited about Blue Bayou but first and foremost is the inspiration and research that went into creating Blue Bayou, and the quality that is the mission of local restaurateur Keith Myhre. If his name sounds familiar to you it maybe because he has a history that spans 14 years in our direct area. As a consultant in the industry, Keith has been apart of such openings as Caribbean Jack’s, Yellow Dog Eats. CorkScrew Bar & Grille and Mellow

Mushroom to name a few. During the course of his career he was tasked with developing a fine dining menu for a Cajun restaurant group in Jacksonville. The assignment allowed him to live in Louisiana for an entire month where he dined at over 80 restaurants throughout the parishes. His love for this style of cuisine stayed with Keith until he opened his own restaurant, The Blue Bayou. Chef Dan Doebler, a classically trained chef, has joined Keith to bring Keith’s inspirations to the plate. Fresh and made from scratch, each dish carries it’s own personality and is made from scratch. The atmosphere of the new Blue Bayou location is almost straight from the streets of New Orleans with it’s stately cafe seating, exposed brick walls and wood bar, what used to be World of Beer is a perfect fit for Blue Bayou with

all the right added touches. High above the excellently staffed and stocked bar is a stage. And behind the rod iron fence you can hear a smooth jazz songbird that whisks you right to Bourbon Street. Jazz singer Gypsy Elise now calls Blue Bayou home. And when you think of New Orleans you think of funfilled nights with libations to excite the imagination. While not a “sweet” drink lover, I have fallen in love with Blue Bayou’s signature Hurricane Cocktail. This official cocktail of Mardi Gras, it’s made with Louisiana Rougaroux. The French Quarter Martini is a Vodka Martini with a hint of Raspberry, made with Cham-

bord, Pineapple Juice and rimmed with crystallized raspberry sugar. Everyday from 4-7 PM, you can experience their affordable Happy Hour with $2.00 Pints, $3.00 Well Cocktails and $4.00 glasses of wine. And you can expect those same deals in the dining room as they are unveiling their new Early Bird Menu. We recommend you visit Blue Bayou for Sunday Brunch where the Mimosa’s and Bloody Mary’s are 2-for-1 and Gypsy Elise performs from noon to 3 PM. Live Music is also featured on Friday and Saturday evenings from 6-10 PM.

So whether your first experience at Blue Bayou will be for a Sazerac Cocktail and order of Boudin Bites, some Bourbon St. Wings and one of 22 draft beers, a Cajun Bloody Mary and a bowl of Creole Jambalaya or tis the season for a Brandy Milk Punch and Bourbon Caramel Bread Pudding, I am certain that Blue Bayou Cajun Bistro & Bar will become your favorite neighborhood dining establishment. Other information that might entice you: there is a smoking area but no smoking in the cafe; the cafe is pet-friendly and the staff will greet you at your table with a bowl of water for your dog; the owners are open to suggestions and already have been molding their menu to their patrons tastes; you can get a big juicy Burger or a Po’ Boy as well as lunch and dinner specials; Blue Bayou is family friendly.

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GREATER DAYTONA BEACHSIDE EVENTS FESTIVALS NOV 12 – 15 GREEK FESTIVAL Live music and dancers, Greek food, wine and many vendors. St Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church, 129 N. Halifax, Daytona Beach. FOOD/WINE TASTINGS EVERY 3RD TUES VICTORIAN TEA AT THE LILLIAN PLACE 2pm, $20, Lillian Place Historic House, 111 Silver Beach Ave, Daytona, (386) 2564810. HeritagePreservationTrust.org

NOV 30 WINE TASTING WITH SUE BARRY, SOMMELIER AT S.R. PERROTT MELISSA ETHERIDGE PRE-CONCERT EVENT 5:30 – 7pm The Peabody Rose Room Fine wines from around the world and light appetizers to enjoy before the Melissa Etheridge concert. Peabody Auditorium, 600 Auditorium Blvd., Daytona Beach. $25.00 per person, must buy in advance. PeabodyFoundation.org or call 386-6311974 or Peabody Box Office. Must be 21+ to attend. MUSIC NOV 18 FREE CONCERT 6:30-8:30pm. Dr. Denison’s Jazz Band. FREE. Bring Chairs and Refreshments. Shores Pavilion. 3050 S. Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach Shores. Next to the Publix shopping center. NOV 30 MELISSA ETHERIDGE 7:30pm. Melissa will be performing songs from her 2008 holiday album, A New Thought For Christmas. Songs will include fan favorites and holiday classics such as “Merry Christmas Baby,” Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas,” “O Night Divine” and more. $45 - $80 Peabody Auditorium, 600 Auditorium Blvd., Daytona Beach. DEC 1 KANSAS 7:30pm. Two-hour special concert will debut new songs from their upcoming album “The Prelude Implicit.” It will also feature hits such as ‘Dust In The Wind,’ ‘Point Of Know Return,’ ‘Play The Game Tonight’ & ‘Fight Fire With Fire’ as well as deep cuts from their albums that have sold over 30 million copies worldwide. $33 - $63. Peabody Auditorium, 600 Auditorium Blvd., Daytona Beach. THEATER NOV 4 – 20 THE KIDS LEFT, THE DOG DIED NOW WHAT? A musical comedy that salutes those valiantly struggling with divorce on their hands, gravity on their bodies, grandchildren on their self-images and the dating scene on their egos. Daytona Playhouse, 100 Jessamine Blvd., Daytona Beach. Daytonaplayhouse.org $12 & $21.

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FUNDRAISER NOV 12 ROARING 20s GALA 7:00pm Four- course gourmet dinner followed by live band, dancing, entertainment (wear your 20s outfit or elegant attire) $100 donation. Proceeds for renovations of 1905 Hotchkiss Cultural Site/1884 Lilian Place. Lilian Place Heritage Center, 1000 S Peninsula Dr. Daytona Beach. Reservations 356-256-4810 DEC 4 A CHRISTMAS CAROL 2pm. A beloved Dickens holiday classic, A Christmas Carol, that incorporates dance, theatre and music. Prepare to be enchanted as dancers from the European School of Performing Arts collaborate with the theatrical talents of the Daytona Playhouse to bring you this magical performance that audiences of all ages will enjoy. $45 - $183 Peabody Auditorium, 600 Auditorium Blvd., Daytona Beach. DEC 6 THE SHANGHAI ACROBATS 7:30pm. Experience the amazing beauty and thrilling feats of skill direct from Shanghai! Through jaw-dropping feats of acrobatics, impeccably timed stunts, and beautiful costumes. Watch as trampoline artists and aerial acrobats fly through the air with the greatest of ease or while jugglers, contortionists, and martial artists demonstrate the exacting precision of their skills with spectacular flair. Peabody Auditorium, 600 Auditorium Blvd., Daytona Beach. DEC 10 – 11 THE NUTCRACKER BALLET 2pm. The Civic Ballet of Volusia County brings Tchaikovsky’s beloved ballet to The Peabody this season with an exhilarating dance repertoire, fantastic costumes, and festive, holiday cheer for all! Peabody Auditorium, 600 Auditorium Blvd., Daytona Beach.

DEC 16 – 18 TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS …when all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.” But creatures are stirring. Don’t miss this joyful tribute to the holiday season presented Radio Theatre style with live sound effects and caroling and you as the studio audience. Daytona Playhouse, 100 Jessamine Blvd., Daytona Beach. Daytonaplayhouse.org $12 & $21.

Monster, Clarice, Yukon Cornelius and, of course, Rudolph. It’s an adventure that teaches us that what makes you different can be what makes you special. Don’t miss this wonderful holiday tradition that speaks to the misfit in all of us. Peabody Auditorium, 600 Auditorium Blvd., Daytona Beach. FAMILY/KIDS NOV23 SESAME STREET LIVE: ELMO MAKES MUSIC 10:30am and 6:30pm Ultimate Fan Experience with Sunny Seats, premium show seating and a pre-show meet-and-greet with two Sesame Street Live friends, including Elmo! Daytona Beach Ocean Center, 101 N. Atlantic Ave. Daytona Beach NOV 24 – 25 SPORTS TOUR INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S BASKETBALL INVITATIONAL The D1 Women’s Basketball Tournament will feature Clemson, Loyola, Georgia State, Penn State, Troy, Georgetown, Wright State and Villanova. It will be held in the Ocean Center’s arena. www.sporttours.net. NOV 26 LIGHT UP VOLUSIA 5 – 9pm. Enjoy holiday entertainment, the arrival of Mr. and Mrs. Claus, holiday refreshments and children’s activities. The lighting of the 50-foot holiday tree will be at 7:15 p.m., followed by continued entertainment and holiday showcases. FREE and open to the public. East Plaza of the Ocean Center. www.oceancenter.com/lightupvolusia. GALLERIES/ MUSEUM EXHIBITS ONGOING LILLIAN HOUSE MUSEUM TOURS Oldest house on Daytona Beach Fully furnished Victorian home 1-5pm daily except Tue, 111 Silver Beach Ave., Daytona Beach, (386) 256-4810. http://www. heritagepreservationtrust.org/

MISCELLANEOUS EVERY WED RIVER OF HISTORY BOAT TOUR 10:00am. Richard Sturge and team on tour of Ponce Inlet Intracoastal Waterway. Ponce Inlet Water Sports to New Smyrna, 386-405-3445, $25/adults; 5-12 /$10, 4936 South Peninsula Drive, Ponce Inlet. http:// ponceinletwatersports.com/river-ofhistory-cruise/ EVERY MONTH NOV 10 & DEC 8 SPA SOCIAL 5:30pm. Wine, Buffet, Relaxation and Pampering, “Life in Center”, $25.00, Daytona Beach Spa & Wellness Center, 211 E International Speedway, Daytona Beach, (386) 243-9644. NOV 14 CLIMB TO THE MOON! 5:00-6:30pm. Toast setting sun & rising of full moon, Beverage & hors d’oeuvre, Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse, 4931 South Peninsula Drive Ponce Inlet, (386) 761-1821. NOV 25 THANKSGIVING GIFT MAKING EVENT 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM Tour the lighthouse grounds, climb the tower, and visit with the “Old Lighthouse Keeper” to learn about turn of the century life at historic Ponce Inlet Lighthouse. Participants will create holiday ornaments that were handmade by families over 100 years ago. Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse 4931 South Peninsula Drive Ponce Inlet, FL (386) 761-1821 ext. 18 NOV 29 GIVING TUESDAY The Peabody Foundation has joined #Giving Tuesday, a global day of giving that harnesses the collective power of individuals, communities and organizations to encourage philanthropy to celebrate generosity worldwide. Support arts and culture in our community by making a tax-deductible donation today! https:// app.etapestry.com/onlineforms/ PeabodyAuditoriumFoundation/ givingtuesday.html

DEC 21 RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED REINDEER: THE MUSICAL 7:30pm. Come see all your favorite characters from the TV show including Santa, Mrs. Claus, Hermey the Elf, the Abominable Snow

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BUNNELL/FLAGLER/PALM COAST EVENTS FESTIVALS NOV 4 & DEC 2 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. First Friday Hotline 386-585-0055. Nov 11 – 13 FREEDOMFEST AT FLAGLER AIRPORT 10am – 3pm, A Veterans weekend celebration with live music, military aircraft, vendor village, fireworks and patriotic presentations including the traveling Vietnam Wall. 201 Airport Rd Palm, Coast. 386-437-1992 #218 NOV 12 ST. JOHN’S TOWN CENTER 11th ANNUAL HOLIDAY SPECTACULAR Holiday shoppers, families and visitors are invited to attend the action-packed day of free, family fun and musical performances! 2 p.m. – Family Activities Begin 2 p.m. – Main Stage Performances Begin with The Chris Thomas Band andThe Band Be Easy 7 p.m. – Kelley Jakle Performs 8 p.m. – Santa Arrives and Lights the Tree. St. Johns Town Center, 4663 River City Drive, Jacksonville. NOV 19 – JAN 31 NIGHT OF LIGHTS ST. AUGUSTINE The program begins at 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19. 5:30 p.m. from the historic Plaza de la Constitución Gazebo, the All Star Orchestra. At 6:30 p.m. the lighting ceremony. Nights of Lights as the holiday display continues, every night, through the end of January. The best way to experience the Nights of Lights and get the best views is to park at the Historic Downtown Parking Facility. WWW.NIGHTSOFLIGHT.COM DEC 1 TREE LIGHTING CEREMONY Central Park in Town Center, 6:30pm. Santa arrives on a City fire truck and live music and refreshments round out an evening of family fun. The Flagler County Rotary Annual Fantasy Lights Festival as well. Families can tour the park and enjoy a variety of sparkling holiday light displays, each sponsored by clubs, organizations, businesses and residents. https:// www.palmcoastgov.com/events DEC 10 HOLIDAY EVENT AND PARADE Central Park in Town Center 4-6 p.m. Starlight Event featuring games, pictures with Santa, and refreshments available for purchase. Entertainment is provided all afternoon by local and regional performers. 7 p.m., the Starlight Parade will feature colorful lighted floats, marching bands and other entries. Prizes are awarded for the top entries. www. palmcoastgov.com/events/holiday-events FOOD/WINE/TASTINGS Nov 15 FOOD TRUCK TUESDAY To benefit Palm Coast Volunteer Fire Department. Last event of the year!! 5pm- 8:00pm. Central Park, Town Center, 975 Central Ave, Palm Coast, (386) 9863708. www.palmcoastgov.com/events/food-trucks ONGOING THE TASTING TOURS Reservation for food and wine, wine & carriage, craft beer & wine, 6 Granada St, St. Augustine, (904) 325-3911. TheTastingTours.com MUSIC 2ND & 4TH SAT. JAM OUT AT GAMBLE ROGERS 3-5pm, Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreational Area at Flagler Beach, 3100 S. Oceanshore Blvd, Flagler Beach, 386-517-2086. Celena.Cline@dep.state.fl.us NOV 12 BING FUTCH DULCIMER CONCERT 7pm, The Gamble Rogers Fest Concert Series first performance. His musical instrument repertoire includes the mountain dulcimer, native American flute and more. The opening act will be the hammer dulcimer duo Dancing Hammers. $15 in advance/$20 at door. Marineland Lohman Auditorium. www.gamblerogersfest.org NOV 13 AMY CAROL WEBB CONCERT 2-4:15pm. Songs from the heart that will touch you. Sunday Sampler Concert Series held at the Historic Dunnellon Train Depot, 12061 S Williams St, Dunnellon GALLERIES ONGOING NEWLY OPENED CALYPSO GALLERY Fine art, 4601 E Moody Blvd, Bunnell, (386) 916-4438.

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ONGOING SALVO ART PROJECT 313 Old Brick Rd, Bunnell, Www.salvoart.org FAMILY/YOUTH NOV 18 MOVIES NIGHTS BY THE SURF AT VETERANS PARK 5:30-10pm. Family feature is shown on the big screen in the stage area at the main entrance to the park. Bring blankets, chairs, picnic baskets, bug spray and make plans to come early. Food and drinks will be available for purchase as well as bounce house activities and more. 975 Central Ave., Palm Coast. WORKSHOPS & CLASSES EVERY 2ND MON GARDEN CLUB MEETING 12:30pm- 3pm. Raffle for floral design, door prizes, plant sale & light refreshments. Flagler County Extension Service, 150 Sawgrass Rd, Bunnell. (386) 446-0341. GCPCINC.org NOV 13 OIL PAINTING, ON THE ROCKS, SEASCAPE 1-5pm. 20 Airport Rd., Suite B2, Palm Coast. $60 covers everything you will need. This is a great beginner class. www.paintwithdarla.com FUNDRAISERS NOV 5 8TH ANNUAL FLAGLER BEACH FUN COAST BED RACE was cancelled due to Hurricane Matthew storm damage. Stayed tuned for a new date. Www.flaglerfuncoastbedrace.org NOV 12 REMEMBERING AJ SKATEBOARD COMPETITION 9am – 6pm, In honor of local, AJ Fernandez. Competition will feature food trucks, a live band, free product toss, raffle prizes and tons of fun! Free to spectate/$15 <18 to skate in the contest, $20 >18years old. Raise awareness for Paranoid Schizophrenia and suicide prevention. Bring your chairs! carli@ remembeirngaj.com or www.rememberingaj.com Wadsworth Skate Park 2200 Moody Blvd, Palm Coast NOV 13 TOMMY TANT MEMORIAL FUNDRAISER 1-3 PM. lets put our heads together and make sure no families go hungry this Thanksgiving. This is a community event so there is no one in charge and it will be open to everyone. Flagler Beach Pier, 215 Florida A1A, Flagler Beach. MISCELLANEOUS 3RD TUESDAY FLAGLER COUNTY BUS TOURS 9:30am-2:30pm. The Flagler County Historical Society will host a bus tour of historic and interesting county sites. The bus will leave from the Holden House, 204 E Moody Blvd, Bunnell. The cost does not include lunch at Bull Creek Fish Camp. Reservations 386-439-5003 NOV 11 WASHINGON OAKS GARDEN AND FAVER -DYKES STATE PARKS Veterans Day - Free Entry all day for everyone. 386-446 -6783 for more information. www.Washingtonoaks.org NOV 12 CRABBING BASICS Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreation Area at Flagler Beach, 10 – 11am, The tidal salt marsh of our park is home to the Atlantic Blue Crab, a popular seafood and keystone species of the local ecosystem. Learn to catch these tasty crustaceans in a one hour hands-on program, appropriate for adults and families. This program is free with park admission.www. floridastateparks.org/park-events/gamble-rogers NOV 12 WASHINGON OAKS GARDEN AND FAVER -DYKES STATE PARKS SECOND SATURDAY PLANT SALE “Getting to Know Florida Native Plants” will be the 11:00am program. 10am – 2pm. 386-446-6783 www.WASHINGTONOAKS.org NOV 12 FAVER -DYKES STATE PARK FISHING THE PELLICERAT. 10:30am . Bring your rod and reel, we supply the rest. Call 904-794-0997. Program included with park entry. www.Washingtonoaks.org NOV19 FAVER -DYKES STATE PARK JOIN A RANGER FOR A TRAIL WALK 11am. Included in park entry. Meet at Ranger Station, wear comfortable shoes, bring water and bug spray. 904-794-0997 www.Washingtonoaks.org

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ORMOND BEACHSIDE EVENTS FOOD & WINE EVERY THURS ORMOND BEACH FOOD TRUCK RALLY 6pm, Trucks rotating each week, plenty of beer, as always-- family fun, and dog friendly! 188 E. Granada Blvd, Ormond Beach, DEC 17 THE CASEMENTS SANTA’S BREAKFAST 8am. Breakfast begins at 8am and features a visit from Santa. Tickets will be on sale November 1st. $5 for everyone age 2 and over. The Casements, Rockefeller Gardens, 26 Riverside Dr, Ormond. (386) 676-3216. TheCasements.net FILMS MOVIES ON THE HALIFAX Dec 9, 6pm - “White Christmas” Free. The Casements, Rockefeller Gardens, 26 Riverside Dr, Ormond. (386) 676-3216. TheCasements.net GALLERIES EVERY 1ST FRI MONTHLY GALLERY EXHIBIT 6 – 7:30pm Free Family Art Night 38th Annual Christmas Gala The Casements, 25 Riverside Dr, Ormond, (386) 676-3363, TheCasements.net MUSIC SATURDAY KAROAKE 9-11pm, Bellair Lanes, 2575 N Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach COMEDY EVERY 1ST & 3RD MON COMEDY SHOWCASE Every 2nd & 3rd Open Mic Comedy 9-11pm, Bellair Lanes, 2575 N Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach FAMILY & YOUTH EVERY 1ST FRI ORMOND MEMORIAL ART MUSEUM 6-7:30pm, Free Family Art Night, $20- 54, Ormond Memorial Art Museum, 78 E Granada Blvd, Ormond Beach, (386) 676-3347, OrmondArtMuseum.org DEC 2 – 4 CHRISTMAS AT THE CASEMENTS 6 - 9pm. $5.00 ticket good for all 3 Days. Children <12 free. Friday-Santa Arrives-Tree Lighting Sat. 11-4 Holiday Entertainment Sat 6-8pm A Musical Evening $25pp Reservations Required with Wine and hors d’oeuvres. SUN HOLIDAY TEA 12-4pm. $25pp 2 tea times: 12:30 and 3 p.m. Reservations Required. Casements, 25 Riverside Drive, Ormond Beach FL http://www.thecasements.net/ 386 673-5312

WORKSHOPS & CLASSES THE CASEMENTS Various fitness, culinary, language and art classes throughout the year. Every Monday – Self Defense 11:00am, 386-8014882 EVERY THURS 11am, Zumba 386-235-1700 EVERY TUES 10-11:30am, Yoga 386-679-5677 EVERY MON, WED & FRI 8:30-9:30am & TUES & THURS 3:30-4:30pm, Pilates, 386-453-6522 NOV 17 & DEC 8 GREEK COOKING CLASSES 4pm – 7:30pm NOV 17TH Greek Holiday Appetizers DEC 8TH Greek Holiday Desserts The Casements, 25 Riverside Dr, Ormond, (386) 676-3216. The Casements. Elaine Pitenis, 386-677-2733 Call for price or visit her website at www.mybigfatgreekcookingclass.com ONGOING CLASSES AND EXHIBITS OrmondArtMuseum.org for more information, too numerous to list. Ormondmainstreet.com for classes, meetings and events. MISCELLANEOUS ONGOING ORMOND BEACHSIDE WALKING TOURS - Ormond Beach Historical Society 10am, Historical Society’s MacDonald House, 38 E. Granada Blvd, Ormond Beach, Tickets: $10 for adults & $8 for seniors, 386-677-7005. ONGOING NOV 17 & DEC 1 HISTORICAL ORMOND BEACH BUS TOURS 9:45am – 12:15pm. 2-hour tour of 30 historical buildings & sites that have made Ormond Beach what it is today incl Fairchild Oak & Three Chimneys Sugar Mill Ruins, Adults - $20 / Children - $7, Casements (parking lot) 25 Riverside Dr., Ormond Beach, 386-677-7005. ONGOING EVERY TUESDAY OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS 6 - 7pm. Florida Hospital Oceanside Doctors’ Lounge. Enter from the rear entrance, turn left towards Cafe, first door on the right just before Cafe. The only requirement for membership in OA is a desire to stop eating compulsively. Florida Hospital Oceanside, 264 S. Atlantic Ave., Ormond Beach, FL Alice 386-898-8640 DEC 10 HOLIDAY TOUR OF HOMES 10am – 3pm. Fundraising event for the Ormond Beach Historical Society. Each tour showcases different homes and buildings in various areas of our community during the holiday season. With a limited number of tickets offered, it has become a sellout. More Information www. OrmondHistory.org or 386-677-7005 Tickets $25.00 in advance $22.00 OBHS members

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Area Farmers’ Markets FLAGLER BEACH FARMERS’ MARKET is open every Friday & Saturday all year long, sunrise to mid afternoon in beautiful Downtown Flagler Beach, right next to the Atlantic Ocean. Located on State Road 100- only 3 miles from 1-95. www.flaglerbeachfarmersmarket.com. GATEWAY CENTER FOR THE ARTS FARMER’S MARKET Saturday, 8 am - 1 pm, offers shopping and entertainment, fresh fruits and vegetables, hand made breads, beautiful plants and flowers, jewelry, live entertainment and so much more... Hands-on-Art, FREE popcorn and lemonade. Located at 880 North 17-92/at Saxon/DeBary. 386-668-5553. LAKE HELEN MARKET IN THE PARK is held every Saturday from 8:00 am - 1 :00 pm. Fresh produce, locally raised chicks, hens, roosters, ducks, geese and rabbits. Also vegetables, bedding, house and landscape plants. Lakeview Dr., Lake Helen. LAKE MARY FARMERS’ MARKET is open Saturdays, 9:00 am - 1 :30 pm, weather permitting. Fresh produce, pasta, sauces, BBQ, organic coffee, large and small plants, orchids and much more. 100 N. Country Club Road, Lake Mary. www.lakemaryfarmersmarket.com. NEW SMYRNA FARMERS’ MARKET is held every Saturday 7 am- 12 pm. Local family farmers and growers offer fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs, flowers, plants, juices, dairy products, eggs, seafood, baked goods, art, and more. 110 Canal Street, New Smyrna Beach. www.freewebs.com/canalstreetfarmersmarket. ORMOND BEACH FARMERS’ MARKET is now open on the mainland, each Thursday from 8 am-1 pm at Ormond Beach City Hall Plaza, 22 S. Beach St. , Ormond Beach. They have over thirty great vendors each week. Only fresh produce or artisan products allowed. New vendors welcome. www. ormondbeachfarmersmarket.com THE FARMERS’ & OPEN AIR MARKET at the Putnam County Fairgrounds is open every Mon., all year long, from 9 am to 2 pm. Located in East Palatka (20 minutes West of St Augustine,) 1/2 mile south of SR 207. just off Highway 17. 117 Yelvington Rd., East Palatka. THE SANFORD FARMERS’ MARKET is a fabulous green market. Many unique vendors, over 25 in the fall. They offer farm-fresh produce, organic produce, local honey, baked goods, sweets, pastas, teas, herbs, plants and so much more. Every Saturday 9 am-2 pm. Located in Magnolia Square at the heart of Downtown Sanford, on 1st St. & Magnolia Ave. THE ST. AUGUSTINE BEACH LOCAL FARMERS’/ARTS & CRAFTS MARKET is every Wednesday from 7:30 am- 12:30 pm. Fresh produce including organic produce. Approximately 30 artisans as vendors. St. Johns County Pier parking lot, St. Augustine Beach. www.staugbchcivicassoc.com. ALL ABOARD FLEA & FARMER’S MARKET open Thurs - Sun, 7 am - 2 pm. Offerings include fresh produce, fresh flowers, lawn and garden, toys and collectibles, tools, jewelry, CO’s, movies, and fishing gear. New vendors welcome. Port Orange Flea and Farmers Market, 5005 Ridgewood Ave., Port Orange. (386) 523-7749. DOWNTOWN DAYTONA BEACH FARMERS MARKET is open Saturdays, 7 am- 1 pm. Located in historic downtown Daytona Beach. Beach St. & Magnolia Ave., between City Island Library & Jackie Robinson Stadium. Featuring fresh produce, fresh food, and handmade goods. (386) 258-8150. BARBERVILLE FAMILY FARM SWAP & MARKET is the largest farm market in Volusia County with 50-70 sellers 2 x’s a month, selling just farm market related goods. The farm market is unique in that we sell livestock, fowl , farm and ranch related items right along side the traditional farmers market produce/ veggies,and such. www.farmswapmarket.com or 386-469-9409. ORANGE CITY HAS A FARMER’S MARKET every Friday from 8 am to 1 pm. We offer local and organically grown produce, fresh baked goods, plants, herbs, handmade goods, variety of foods, and more! www.ourorangecity.com for more information. PALM COAST FARMERS & ARTISAN MARKET is set in a beautiful setting at The European Village. Sunday’s from 4-7 pm. Expect dozens of quality vendors with Fresh Vegetables, Fresh Juice, Fresh Bread, Cheese, Seafood, Grass fed meats and more. www.european-village.com. THE PAVILION PORT ORANGE FARMERS’ MARKET is located at 5501 South Williamson Blvd., is every Saturday in season from 9 am-1pm. Awesome produce, Organic produce and fresh eggs, fruits, Fish Chic S eafood, Bread, Artesian products, gifts and much more. For more information, (386) 882-4965.

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Horoscopes

For November 2016 When the Sun entered your sign on October 23, you began one of your yearly personal pleasure peaks. This is continued until the 22nd. This is a wonderful period for getting the body and image the way you want it. Good for sprucing up the image and pampering the body. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Venus is still in the money house until the 12th and is in mutual reception with Jupiter, your financial planet. This shows exceptional cooperation between the two planets. Thus the contemporary love, and friends, is backing up your financial life and is supportive, providing financial opportunity. This alignment favours business partnerships and joint ventures. You fall on in love with business with friends and to socialize with people you do business with. Venus will spend the month ‘out of bounds’. This shows that in love matters you’re moving outside your normal social circle. You’re being opened frontiers. Sun will have its solstice next month, but Venus is part of hers from the 13th to the 16th. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 20): Last month on the 23rd your 12th house of spirituality became powerful and remains so until the 22nd. This is a period for spiritual breakthroughs. It is a time for psychic studies and spiritual practice. Most of the problems that people face, though they might just think about them as social, financial or health issues, are in reality spiritual and theological problems. Thus, when understanding comes – when a breakthrough happens – all these other things are inclined to fall into place. This is all your situation now. Get right spiritually – to get in good connection with the Divine within you – and everything else will just straighten out. You understand this instinctively, Sagittarius, but this is a chance to put it into practice. CAPRICORN (Dec. 21-Jan. 20): Career continues being going great guns. Your career planet, Venus, will spend the entire month ‘out of bounds’. As we mentioned last month, don’t be afraid of being creative or go off the beaten track in career matters – it probably helps you. Sun will have his solstice next month, but Venus is part of hers from the 13th to the 16th. She pauses in the heavens (in her latitudinal motion) and then reverses direction. And this is quite likely what’s happening in the career. A pause, then a change of direction. This pause and change will be a positive sign that. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21-Feb. 18): Mars is brought to your sign on the 9th. From a health perspective, this is a mixed blessing. On the one hand, Mars gives energy, which you need, but on the other, he can cause you to overdo things – to push the body beyond its limits. Also Mars tends to impatience and rush – and this can lead to accidents. Temper is another problem with Mars in the 1st house. This can lead to arguments and sometimes even violence. The good news is that you’re more independent and dynamic in this period. Fearless. You deliver results in a hurry. You excel in sports and exercise regimes. A sibling, sibling figure or neighbour seems more devoted to you these days. PISCES (Feb. 18-Mar. 20): The love life seems happy as well. Until the 12th there is harmony in your current relationships. Singles will meet harmonious kinds of people – perhaps foreigners, perhaps people at university or your place of worship. Sexual magnetism seems very suggestive, but no less noteworthy is philosophical compatibility. Safe sex won’t cover up philosophical differences for too long (although it may be performed for a little while). Philosophical compatibility is indispensable after the 12th as well, but now you also want someone of influence and position, someone who can further your career, someone you can look up to. ARIES (Mar. 21-Apr. 20): Neptune is still very near the solar eclipse point of September 1. The spiritual instability that we’ve discussed in the preceding months continues. Cut your time in interpreting dreams, intuitions and psychic readings. The real meaning could be different from what you think it is. On a worldly level, this aspect can show flooding and upheavals in the oil, natural gas and water industries. Your 8th house of transformation became powerful on October 23 and is a fine example until November 22. This favours detox and weight loss regimes. Those of you involved in personal transformation and renovation should have a more productive month. These projects go well. Health and energy are valuable all month. You can enhance them further through detox regimes, as we have mentioned, and also by giving more attention to the colon, bladder and sexual organs. Like last month November is a sexually active kind of mouth and the tendency is to

overdo it. After the 12th pays more attention to the liver and thighs. Thigh Massage and liver cleansing will be useful. TAURUS (Apr. 21-May 21): Last month the planetary power shifted once again. Now the upper half of the Horoscope is overwhelmingly dominant. This sector was a good thing that all year, but now even more so. At least 80 per cent (and sometimes 90 per cent) of the planets are positioned in the upper half. This is reflected in a strong career focus. A focus on the outer, worldly objectives. Your Career Planet, Uranus, has been put into your spiritual 12th house for some years now. On the 9th, Mars, your spiritual planet, is past the mid-heaven and enters your 10th house of career. This is a very strong message and it reinforces what we’ve seen that for some years now: the saintly life, the spiritual practice, is ultra-important for the career. Psychic insight and understanding will solve many career problems. If you’re involved in a worldly career, you enhance it by participating in charitable and altruistic activities. These appear to be more important than your professional achievements. GEMINI (May 21-June 21): On the 22nd, as the Sun enters your 7th house, you enter a yearly love and social peak. You’ll have better love peaks in future years, but this is the peak for presentation. Singles are eating more than usual and attending more parties and gatherings. Those still in relationships are also attending more parties. You still are to become more discriminating about all this. Choose quality over quantity. CANCER (June 21-July 20): Last month, on the 7th, the planetary power shifted from the East to the West – from the sector of self to the sector of others. The shift actually began September 22, but it was strengthened last month. Planetary power is now getting away from you and towards others. Thus your personal independence and personal power are currently starting to decline. The reason for this is so you can cultivate your social skills – your ability to move forward in others and obtain their cooperation. You have considerable personal skills and gifts, but these are not what counts now. LEO (July 21-Aug. 22): Neptune, the ruler of your 8th house, is camped out on an ancient eclipse point all month. This shows turbulence – and perhaps a crisis – in the pecuniary affairs of the spouse, partner or current love. Various monetary changes are happening here. There are more confrontations with your personal mortality as well. You’re more involved with death and death issues. Insurance and tax issues seem rocky and unstable, but they will work themselves out in the end. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Previous month, on the 10th, Jupiter entered your money house at the start of a superb financial transit. Finances have been a success this year and from here on they get even better. On September 22, the Sun also entered your money house and you began a yearly financial peak. For many of you (various bases on your age), this is a lifetime financial peak. There is wholesome family financial support now. Money can be drawn from home or through the home – often this indicates a fortunate purchase or sale of a home. The real estate industry is to be welcomed that. Sun in the money house shows the importance of your financial intuition. There is fiscal guidance in dreams or from psychics, astrologers and other spiritual channels. Miracle money happens for you. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Planetary power is now mostly below the horizon. Your 10th house of career is basically empty (only the Moon moves through there on the 17th and 18th), while your 4th house of home and family is very strong. A very clear message is directed here: let go of career issues for a while and concentrate on the home, family and your emotional wellness. The lower half of the Horoscope is not merely stronger than the upper half – it is completely dominant. At least 80 per cent (and it is sometimes 90 per cent) of the planets are below the horizon this month. You’re in the right time of your year. Soon to approaching the midnight hour. Achieve your goals through the powers of night, rather than the ways of the day. Get into the ‘mood, feeling’ of what you want – whether it be things or conditions – and allows the food to prepare as it will. Before things are raised to the peripheral level, they must happen first internally.

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DIRECTIONS: Combine the whiskey, 3 cups cranberry juice, the pomegranate juice, orange juice, lime juice, sugar and 1/2 cup water in a large, shallow freezer-safe container. Stir well, then cover and freeze until the mixture is icy, stirring every 20 to 30 minutes, 4 to 5 hours. Scrape the frozen mixture with a spoon and divide among glasses, filling them three-quarters of the way. Divide the remaining 3 cups cranberry juice among the glasses and top with the diced cranberries; stir until slushy and garnish with mint. Recipe courtesy of Robert Irvine for Food Network Magazine. Read more at: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/robert-irvine/ whiskey-cranberry-slushes-recipe.html?oc=linkback

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SLUSHES CRAFT WHISKEY-CRANBERRY INGREDIENTS: 2 cups whiskey, preferably Crown Royal cranberry juice 4 1/2 cups pomegranate juice COCKTAIL 62 cups cups orange juice Juice of 2 limes 1 cup sugar CLASS 1 cup fresh cranberries, diced Mint leaves, for garnish

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