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A Public Service to Those Who Still Smoke…

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

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

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

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

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


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


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



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SEE WHAT THE TURKEY RUN HAS IN STORE THIS YEAR! PG 16 • NFL CLIP ‘N SAVE SCHEDULE PG 21 • ORMOND’S RIVERFEST SEAFOOD FESTIVAL PG 6 • THAT BEER GUY PG 20 AND MUCH MORE! THINGS WORTH DOING Local Area Dog Parks .............................. 4 Festivals, Music Events.............................. 6 Holiday Activities....................................... 7 Film, ........................................................... 8 Family/Youth Events................................. 6 Motorcycle and Car Rides & Rallies..... 19 Concerts in our Surrounding Area ......... 22 Galleries & Museums...............................17 Live & Local Music Listings ................... 9 Workshops ............................................. 18 Food & Drink, Comedy, Theater, ..................17 Classes, Healthy Events.............................18 Tours, Miscellaneous................................20



FOOD FOR THE SOUL Featured Craft Cocktail Glass ..................15 Recipe.................................. .................. 13 Dining Around Town ...............................,,8 Area Farmer’s Markets ........................... 13 That Beer Guy......................................... 20



Thanksgiving is fast approaching and the planning that I do every year, really doesn’t feel like planning. It follows a well-rehearsed script year after year. Couple twists now and then around what’s trending in the culinary world, but we know what’s coming. What is Thanksgiving without Tom Turkey, Cornbread stuffing in my Southern house, and homemade cranberry sauce. My favorite is mashed potatoes and gravy, no matter how sophisticated our family gathering become, I always want them on the menu. I hope you all have a wonderful time with your families this year and I urge you to reach out and invite someone from work, or who lives in your neighborhood that doesn’t have family, to be a part of your celebration. No one should be alone for this day of gratitude. I have a tradition of asking everyone at the table to stand up and state at least one thing they are thankful for. It ranges from “waking up this morning” to “my wife’s meatballs”

but we all leave the festivities after a night of laughs and full bellies, with a heart of gratitude.

I want to take this special time to thank everyone who has worked diligently all these years to keep bringing our community BackStage Pass Magazine. From our clients, the advertisers who make it possible to print, to the staff which we consider to all be mostly voluntary, for making sure our community has this amazing resource every month. And you our readers, for choosing to make BackStage Pass your resource for where to go and what to do each month. Happy Holidays, until next month.

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JUST FOR FUN Factoids ............................................. 4,5, 23 Horoscope .............................................. 19 Crossword ..............................................22

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shopping district, just in time for holiday gift-giving. Saturday & Sunday from 10:00AM to 5:00PM NOW- NOV 23-EPCOT INTERNATIONAL FOOD AND WINE FESTIVAL-9 AM, Disney, 200 Epcot Dr. A celebration of global cuisines, wine and more. NOV 16-GRILLERS GONE WILD BBQ FESTIVAL-10 AM- 4:30 PM, Reed Canal Park, 919 Reed Canal Rd. This event consists of a BBQ Competition, kids activities including blow up obstacle course, slide, bounce house, arts and crafts, live music a large Jeep Show/Car Show/Swap Meet. NOV 16-FREEDOM FEST 2019-10 AM, Flagler County Airport, 201 Airport Rd. Free Admission come and celebrate American with live entertainment, Flight parade, demos, free kid zone, car show and more. NOV 16 -NOV 17-RIVERFEST SEAFOOD FESTIVAL- The Casements, FESTIVAL HOURS: November 16, 10:00AM - 6:00PM. November 17, 10:00AM – 4:00PM. The 10th Annual Ormond Beach Riverfest Seafood Festival is a FREE two-day community celebration of seafood, boats, water sports, music and more! Admission is free. Check out the boat show, free boat rides, the kid’s zone, and Riverfest’s free kid’s fishing clinic & pole giveaway! .Pet friendly event. Free parking and shuttle each day from City Hall. NOV 23-NOV 24- BLAST TO THE PAST HARVEST FESTIVAL-10 AM, 190 S. Nova Rd. 50’s -60’s themed fall event that will have live entertainment, game booths, food, beer garden, a varity of vendors, raffles, a talent show, and a 50’s-60’s car show. NOV 23-NOV 24- DELAND FALL FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS 2019-Woodland Boulevard blossoms into an artist’s garden of color every November, as DeLand, Florida hosts the Annual DeLand Fall Festival of the Arts. Approximately 170 to 175 National Artists will display and sell their art work in the historic downtown


NOV 20- JAN 12- ASIAN LANTERN FESTIVAL: INTO THE WILD-6 PM 10PM, Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens, 3755 W. Seminole Blvd. Tickets are $18.50 each, children under 2 are free. 30 Larger than life sculpture LED lantern display. There will be unique crafts and artisans, as well as a variety of Asian and American food options. NOV 28- DEC 1 -46TH TURKEY ROD RUN- 8 AM, 1801 W. International Speedway Blvd. Ticketed event $15 Thursday –Saturday and $10 Sunday, kids 11 and under are free. Largest Car show and Swap meet in the US. Art, fashion and much more. DEC 6-NORWOOD’S 24TH ANNUAL HOLIDAY FOOD & WINE FESTIVAL7 PM, Brannon Center, 105 S. Riverside Dr. We are raising money for the habitat for humanity and we are doing it with great food ,over 200 wines to taste, live music and fun. 1ST WED • WINE ART WEDNESDAYS 5–9pm, Live music, local artists, merchants, food trucks and new restaurants! Downtown Lake Mary District. Drew Woodall 407-486-8478. dpwenterprises@gmail.com 2ND THURS • ALIVE AFTER 5 5-8pm, May 10: Sanford De Mayo. Jun 14: Blues, Burgers and BBQ. Music, artists, food & crafts beer, $7 to sample all food and drinks on 1st St. Downtown Sanford, SanfordWelcomeCenter.com 3RD SATURDAY DELAND PRIDE NIGHT 5-11PM, Shops, bars and restaurants will be open with specials and entertainment for the evening. Free for all ages. delandpride.com 4TH SATURDAY • SANFORD AVENUE BLOCK PARTY 4-8pm, LIVE music! Fun, Games, Eats, Drinks. Vendors between 4th and 5th Streets. Sanford SATURDAYS-FARMERS MARKET Opens 8 am. – 1 pm. Booths are only $10 for everyone! Gateway Center for the Arts · DeBary, Florida

NOV 21-SILENT DISCO- 10 PM-1 AM, One Daytona, 1 Daytona Blvd. Entry is free but headphones is on first come first serve. NOV 26- CHRISTMAS CAROLERS & CRAFT-5:30PM 7 PM, Volusia Mall, 1700 W. International Speedway Blvd. Takes place in Center Court, enjoy sounds of the carolers as you do a fun holiday craft. DEC 7-CHRISTMAS IN THE PARK CHOIR 2019-6 PM 8 PM, Kenneth W. Parker Amphitheater, 1999 City Center Circle. This event is free. The choir starts at 6 PM and special musical performances followed by the official lighting of the city center. A special guest appearance by Santa and free horse drawn carriage rides around the city center. DEC 6- CHRISTMAS AT ONE DAYTONA -7 PM- 9 PM, One Daytona Blvd. Join Calvary for a night of live music and Christmas classics this is a free event. DEC 7- 4TH ANNUAL MESSENGERS FOR HOMELESS VETS MUSIC FESTIVAL-12 PM, Cackleberry Campground, 560 Tomoka Farms Rd. Live entertainment, food, games, shovelhead contest, and more. Tickets are $10. SATURDAYS - LATE AND LOCAL Local performers on stage following the last film Saturday nights (alternating weekends with Improv). Cinematique, 242 S Beach Street, DB, 386252-3778.

NOV 13-SEA SQUIRTS-9:30 AM & 11:00 AM, Marine Discovery Center,520 Barracuda Blvd. To make reservations, please contact Michelle at 386.428.4828/386.428.3310,The Sea Squirts Program introduces marine life to children ages 2-5 years. Adults will accompany their children to the

program. Reservations must be made in advance so we can prepare materials for arts and crafts. Cancellations must be made 24 hours in advance to receive a refund. Cost is $5 per adult and $5 per child. NOV 23-BACKYARD BBQ CONTEST-12 PM · Hawks Park Recreation Complex · Edgewater-Bring your BBQ to our Backyard BBQ event and compete for the bragging rights of the best BBQ around! All proceeds go to the Local School Scholarship Fund. NOV 27-NOV 30- TURKEY RUN AT ONE DAYTONA- 4 PM, One Daytona, 1 Daytona Blvd. DJ, Games, and Prizes in victory circle. Car show pre-registration. DEC 1- BREAKFAST WITH SANTA AT VENETIAN BAY- 9:30 AM-12 PM, Club at Venetian Bay, 63 Airport Rd. New Smyrna Beach. Come meet Santa and enjoy a delicious breakfast buffet. Tickets are $13 child/$20 adult. DEC 5-SUPERHERO OF THE SEASON- 5:30 PM-7 PM, Volusia Mall, 1700 W. International Speedway Blvd. Join us in the center court for a fun evening that includes superheroes and Santa and photo opportunity. MOST MONDAYS• ORMOND ART CLUB AFTER SCHOOL 2:30 – 4pm, Mix colors, select, draw, paint a subject. Ages 6-10.Ormond Art Museum, 78 E Granada Blvd, 386-676-3347. ONGOING • SUGAR MILL BOTANICAL GARDENS Stroll read history, full-size stone dinosaurs, human sun dial, hide and find rocks and an herb garden shaped like Florida. Donations. 950 Old Sugar Mill Rd, Pt Orange. TELESCOPE THURSDAYS 7-10 pm, Join us at Cranes Roost Park in Altamonte Springs for an evening of celestial observation. FREE. Park Event Hotline at 407-571-8863. 1ST FRIDAY • FREE FRIDAYS AT SPLASH PAD 11am – 8pm, help us start the season of fun. Fort Mellon Park, 600E 1st St, Sanford. 1ST FRIDAY • FREE FAMILY ART NIGHT 6- 7:30pm, be creative togeth-


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er, Ormond Memorial Art Museum, 78 E Granada Blvd, 386-676-3347. 2ND SATURDAY • SOUNDWALKS Atlantic Center for the Arts lead, explore sounds and rhythms urban, natural world. All ages. Free. Limit 20. Register 386-423-1753. 2ND SATURDAY • FAMILY FUN SATURDAY 10am – 1pm, Museum of Art-DeLand, 100 N. Woodland Blvd. Free to all, moartdeland.org. LIBRARY EVENTS Classes, meetings, programs for kids and teens and films every month. Ormond Beach Public Library, 22 S. Beach St., Ormond Beach. 386-676-4191.

NOV 17- NOV 30 -SANTA’S ARRIVAL AT BASS PRO SHOPS- 1880 W Checkered Flag Blvd, Ste N-100 Daytona. Don’t miss Santa’s Arrival at Bass Pro Shops! Bring the family to see the magical unveiling of Santa’s Wonderland! • Santa arrives at 5 PM on weekdays & 10 AM on weekends. NOV 20-FREE HOLIDAY PORTRAIT SESSION- 2 PM 4 PM, New Smyrna Beach Regional Library, Get your holiday portrait taken by a professional librarian. Wear any color but green as your photo will be taken in front of a green screen. Adult pictures will be taken from 2 to 3 p.m. and family photos will begin at 3 p.m. Reservations are required for this library; call (386) 789-7207. NOV 22 JAN 1-MAGIC OF LIGHTS-6 PM, Daytona International Speedway This holiday season, the “World Center of Racing,” will once again transform into a holiday wonderland with the Magic of Lights™. The Magic of Lights entrance is located at 441 Midway Ave. Daytona Beach. NOV 23-TREE LIGHTING CELEBRATION & SANTA’S ARRIVAL· 6 PM -9 PM, Tanger Outlets,1100 Cornerstone Blvd. Celebrate with family and friends at Tanger Outlets Holiday Tree Lighting Celebration & Santa’s Arrival, presented by Halifax Health near H&M. Tree Lighting will take place at 6:30PM, with live entertain by Mr. Tommy, cookie decorating, hol-

iday arts & crafts, face painting, and enjoy hot cocoa while visiting Santa’s Workshop. NOV 17-SANTA PJ PARTY- 9 AM-11 AM, Volusia Mall, , 1700 W. International Speedway Blvd. Your little ones can come in their festive jammies and enjoy treats, activities, and, of course, a visit with St. Nick! This year, the party will take place at Center Court. NOV 23-CHRISTMAS ON CANAL SPARK THE SPIRIT-10 AM- 7 PM, New Smyrna Beach, Tree Lighting Ceremony, Live Entertainment & Santa’s Grand Entrance make this family friendly event the kick off of Christmas on Canal Street in our beautiful Downtown, Located at the corner of live oak and canal st. NOV 30-CITY OF PALM COAST ANNUAL TREE LIGHTING CEREMONy- 6 PM, Central Park Town Center, 975 Central Park Ave. This is a free event. Join Santa and others as they countdown to the lighting of a beautiful tree. Santa will arrive on fire engine and will take pictures with children so bring your own camera. DEC 12- SPECIAL VISIT FROM SANTA’S ELVES-5:30 PM-7 PM, Volusia Mall, 1700 W. International Speedway Blvd. In the center court visit with Santa’s workshop elves and make garland, stockings, and more. DEC 14-LAKE HELEN CHRISTMAS PARADE & SANTA’S VILLAGE4pm-9pm Christmas Parade 4pm (Parade viewing along New York Ave. & Lakeview Dr.) Santa’s Village opening following the parade at Lake Helen Equestrian Center 321 Pleasant Street Lake Helen, FL 32744, Free Admission. DEC 14- ORANGE CITY CHRISTMAS PARADE-5 PM-6 PM The parade will begin at French Ave. along Volusia Ave. ending at Ohio Ave. The parade theme this year is Candyland Christmas. DEC 4-ORANGE CITY LIGHT UP5:30 PM-8:30 PM, Mill Lake Park, 207 E. Blue Springs Ave. Orange City’s Mayor will flip the switch and light up the park. There will be Christmas carols, ice skating rink and bounce house free for all to enjoy. Santa will be there to take pictures and a movie

in the park afterward. DEC 7-PONCE INLET CHRISTMAS PARADE-12 PM – 2 PM Christmas Parade will proceed along south harbor village to Davies Lighthouse Park. DEC 6-60TH ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARADE-10am-1pm We hope you’ll join us for this festive, family-friendly holiday event! We look forward to seeing you. DEC 7- 71TH ANNUAL DELAND CHRISTMAS PARADE-5:30 PM Downtown DeLand Historic District The parade begins at 5:30 & runs along Woodland Blvd North to South Downtown Deland. DEC 7- NEW SMYRNA BEACH CHRISTMAS PARADE- 4-6:30 PM The Christmas Parade will begin at the intersection of Flagler Avenue and South Atlantic. It will travel west along Flagler Avenue and the North Causeway, south on Riverside Drive; turn west on Canal Street and end at Orange Street. Schedule: December 7 (4:00 PM) Location: West along Flagler Avenue and Canal Street DEC 7-WINTER FESTIVAL- 10am1pm· Florida Technical College - Campus 1199 South Woodland Boulevard, At our Winter Festival, free community event. We will have games and raffles for children of all ages, live entertainment, Face painting, and the opportunity to take your picture with Santa Claus to remember the moment and much more. DEC 8 -42ND ANNUAL HOLIDAY PARADE-2 PM- 4 PM. Parade is scheduled for 2:00 p.m. The route starts at Jackson Street and will run east on Dunlawton Avenue to Spruce Creek Road. The Parade will consist of bands and floats this year’s theme “Santa’s Toy Shop”. NOV 30-LIGHT UP VOLUSIA-5-9pm Ocean center, 101 N Atlantic Ave.This is an amazing, free event with a beautiful tree lighting of a 50 Ft tree, Mr. and Mrs. Claus, live entertainment, children’s activities, face painting and etc. NOV 18-SANTA PAWS - PET PHOTOS WITH SANTA-6 PM, Volusia Mall, 1700 W. International Speedway Blvd. Bring your furry friends for photos with Santa during these special

Monday evenings! Pets are welcome on November 18 and 25, and December 2,9 and the 16 from 6 PM- 9 PM. DEC 13 DEC 15- DRIVE THROUGH BETHLEHEM-6 PM- 8:30 PM, Daytona Beach Drive in Church, 3140 S. Atlantic Ave. This is a free event for the community. Come see where Jesus was born and the animals in manger scene. Visit the Baker in the market place for a homemade treat. DEC 14-A VERY MERRY OLD FASHIONED CHRISTMAS-10 AM-12 PM, Ponce Inlet museum,143 Beach St.Come play old fashioned games, make Christmas crafts, and tour the museum free. DEC 14- HOLLY JOLLY CHRISTMAS PARADE-6 PM- 9 PM The Christmas parade will start at Bethune point Park on 11 Bellevue Ave. and travel north on Beach St. to Bay St. Floats, performances by local bands and win prizes too. DEC 14-CITY OF PALM COAST STARLIGHT HOLIDAY EVENT & PARADE-4 PM, Central Park Town Center, 975 Central Ave. starting at 4 pm until 6:30 PM enjoy live entertainment and performances, arrival of Santa, and pictures(bring your own Camera) with Santa. The Parade begins at 7 PM near the roundabout on Central Ave. and head east: turning north onto Park St, eat onto Lake Ave. and South onto City Place: then continuing south of Bulldog Drive.

NOV 16- RIVERWALK PARK MOVIES- 6-8 PM, Port Orange Parks & Recreation, 1395 Dunlawton Avenue. Bring your favorite blanket, cooler, and chair for this free event. Come out and enjoy a night of family fun, that will include free popcorn. Call 386-5065934 for additional information. NOV 16-MOVIES IN THE PARK- 6:30 PM – 11 PM, sunrise park, 1135 Riverside Dr. Join us for Movies in the park. Our feature will be lego movie part 2. DEC 13-MOVIES ON THE HALIFAX6 PM- 9 PM, Casements, 25 Riverside Dr. Joins us at Rockefeller Gardens for the Grinch


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


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


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


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

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


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


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


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


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

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



ORMOND BEACH LAGERHEADS BAR & GRILL • 2986 OCEANSHORE BLVD, ORMOND BEACH, 386-265-1977. Mon & Tues: Eddie Wed: Reuben Lounge Lizard Sat: Robert Keele Sun: Don Hill, 12-4pm Nov 15 & 22: Justin Time Dec 6: Xspance Dec 12: Don Hill Dec 13: Marty Dec 7 & 14: TBA Dec 16 & 23: Robert Keele

Nov 28: Closed Nov 29: TBA, 7-11pm Nov 30: Oct 18: Bradford Buckley, 7-11pm SEADRIFT SPORTS BAR AND GRILL 1474 OCEANSHORE BLVD ORMOND BEACH 386333-9786. Live Music Weekends

Oct 13: Battle of the Babes Oct 14: Crashrocket 8pm (inside garage) Oct 15: Living Deads 5pm (tent) and Crashrocket 9pm (inside garage) Oct 16: Kick-Off Party with The Living Deads 6pm (tent) and Big Engine 9pm (inside garage)

JOES CRAB SHACK, DAYTONA BEACH THE ROOF 1200 MAIN ST, MUSEUM OF ARTS & DAYTONA BEACH, SCIENCES 386-238-4050. PLANETARIUM 4pm till close, except for 352 S. NOVA ROAD events that are advertised THE GRIND/KONA TIKI DAYTONA BEACH, starting earlier BAR •49 W GRANADA 386-255-0285. Fridays DJ Como and Sat AVE • ORMOND BEACH, 2nd Saturday Laser Rock dk krb 386-672-7277. Concert! Snacks, beer, Indoor and Outdoor soft drinks for purchase HILTON DAYTONA music. at Museum to be enjoyed OCEANWALK Nov 15: The Cyclones, during the show. One 100 N ATLANTIC AVE. 7-11pm Show: $5, two Shows: $7, DAYTONA BEACH, Nov 16: Adam Floyd, Three Shows: $9 386-243-8200. 7-11pm 7pm: Fright Light Laser McCoys Rum Room Nov 19: The Transfers, Show, 8pm: Pink Floyd Tues: Jessie Abbey, 8pm6-10pm - The Wall, 9pm: Pink 12am, Bourbon Night Nov 20: Are Friends Elec- Floyd - The Dark Side of Wed: Nov 13: Dustin tric, 6-10pm the Moon Stock, Nov 20: Ian OpaNov 21: Laila & Clint, linski, Nov 27: Bradford 7:30-11:30pm MAIN STREET STATION Buckley, 8pm-12am, Nov 22: Mike Quick Band, 316 MAIN ST Ladies Night, Top 40 7-11pm DAYTONA BEACH, Thur: Stormin’ Norman Nov 23: Eddy Davis, 386-214-1389. Karaoke, 9pm - 12am 7-11pm Bike Night Wednesdays, Fri: Rum Fridays, 9pmNov 26: The Evening 8pm – midnight, Burger Bar 1am Muse, 6-10pm Oct 11: No Quarter Nov 15: Jay Crosier Nov 27: Chuck Morel, Oct 12: The Pink Ribbon Nov 22: Jay Paski 6-10pm Run – 3 bands Nov 29: Jason Longoria

Nov 16, 23: Warren Beck, 9pm-1am Nov 30: Tribute Night with Sinatra and Friends, 9pm-1am Coquina Ballroom Nov 28: Dallas Reese, 11am-4pm Blind Turtle Fri: Rum Friday, 4-8pm Nov 15: Everette Stephens Nov 22: Travis Rudd MARK’S SPORTS PUB 2045 S RIDGEWOOD AVE, DAYTONA BEACH, 386-767-2277. Fri & Sat live music 9:30pm Nov 24, Dec 8 & 22: Live Jam Nov 17, Dec 1 & 15: Karaoke with Tim Cockrell, 7pm Friday and Saturday Nights Live Music Nov 15, 16: Afterlife Thanksgiving Eve Bash with Live Music PORT ORANGE ORIGINAL FIRST TURN 5236 S RIDGEWOOD AVE,, PORT ORANGE, 386-788-5434. Tues: Blues Jam hosted by Joe Motte & Friends 6, Bike Night on the deck 7 - 9, $1.50 Domestic beer, $2 Twisted Tea, $3 Fireball. Free Food (while

it lasts) 7:30, Karaoke inside with Rockstar Bob 6 – 10 Nov 15: Penta 6 PM Nov 16: Sauce 6 PM Happy Birthday Rafael Nov 17: Jeremy & Andrea Mix, Jam 4 PM Nov 19: Karaoke with Rockstar Bob inside 6 PM Blues Jam outside Nov 21: Brandon McClure 6 PM Nov 22: Easystreet 6 PM Nov 23: Crashrocket 6 PM Nov 24: Brothers Within 4 PM Nov 29: Plum Crazy 6 PM Nov 30: Fat City 6 PM Dec 1: Pirate Party Yappy Hour Dec 3: Karaoke with Rockstar Bob inside 6 PM Blues Jam outside Dec 6: Final Show for Crush 6 PM Dec 7: Megan Stuart 4 PM PONCE INLET RACINGS NORTH TURN 4511 S ATLANTIC AVE, PONCE INLET, 386-322-3258. Mon: Donn Hill, 6-10pm Tues: Les B. Fine 6-10pm Wed: Eddie Uzzle & Steve Hageman 6-10pm Thurs: Country Night with Willy Bouton, Mike Caso & Kenny Sphires 6-10pm Fri: Then2Now, 6-11pm Sat: Parallel 6-11pm Sun: Then2Now, 5-10pm


Nov 29, Dec 7: Just Gus,1:30-5pm Nov 16: Jeff Risinger,1-5pm Nov 30: Brent Clowers, 1-5pm Dec 14: Tymz 2, 1-5pm NEW SMYRNA BEACH MERK’S BAR AND GRILL 193 N CAUSEWAY NEW SMYRNA BEACH, 386-427-1177. Fri: Live entertainment, 7:30-11:30pm OAK HILL GOODRICH SEAFOOD 253 RIVER RD OAK HILL, 386-345-3397. Live Music Fridays on the Deck SANFORD ST JOHNS RIVER STEAK & SEAFOOD 55 N PALMETTO AVE, SANFORD, 407-878-0980. Music: Fri & Sat 6-9pm, Sun 3-7pm Nov 15: Stony Sixma Nov 16: Brett Messer Nov 22: Mike Garcia Nov 23: James Mitchell Nov 29 Bret Messer Nov 30 John Lazar








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Area Farmers’ Markets ARTISAN ALLEY FARMER’S MARKET & MORE ON GEORGIA featuring local produce, plants, pickles, honey, baked goods, arts & crafts. Held every Friday from 6 to 9 pm in Artisan Alley. FLAGLER BEACH FARMERS’ MARKET is open every Friday & Saturday all year long, sunrise to mid afternoon in beautiful Downtown Flagler Beach, right next to the Atlantic Ocean. Located on State Road 100- only 3 miles from 1-95. www.flaglerbeachfarmersmarket. com. GATEWAY CENTER FOR THE ARTS FARMER’S MARKET is open Saturday, 8 am - 1 pm, offers shopping and entertainment, fresh fruits and vegetables, hand made breads, beautiful plants and flowers, jewelry, live entertainment and so much more... Hands-on-Art, FREE popcorn and lemonade. Located at 880 North 17-92/at Saxon/DeBary. 386668-5553. LAKE HELEN MARKET IN THE PARK is held every Saturday from 8:00 am - 1 :00 pm. Fresh produce, locally raised chicks, hens, roosters, ducks, geese and rabbits. Also vegetables, bedding, house and landscape plants. Lakeview Dr., Lake Helen. LAKE MARY FARMERS’ MARKET is open Saturdays, 9:00 am - 1 :30 pm, weather permitting. Fresh produce, pasta, sauces, BBQ, organic coffee, large and small plants, orchids and much more. 100 N. Country Club Road, Lake Mary. www. lakemaryfarmersmarket.com. NEW SMYRNA FARMERS’ MARKET is held every Saturday 7 am- 12 pm. Local family farmers and growers offer fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs, flowers, plants, juices, dairy products, eggs, seafood, baked goods, art, and more. 110 Canal Street, New Smyrna Beach. www. freewebs.com/canalstreetfarmersmarket. ORMOND BEACH FARMERS’ MARKET is now open on the mainland, each Thursday from 8 am-1 pm at Ormond Beach City Hall Plaza, 22 S. Beach St. , Ormond Beach. They have over thirty great vendors each week. Only fresh produce or artisan products allowed. New vendors welcome. www.ormondbeachfarmersmarket.com THE FARMERS’ & OPEN AIR MARKET at the Putnam County Fairgrounds is open every Mon., all year long, from 9 am to 2 pm. Located in East Palatka (20 minutes West of St Augustine,) 1/2 mile south of SR 207. just off Highway 17. 117 Yelvington Rd., East Palatka. THE SANFORD FARMERS’ MARKET is a fabulous green market. Many unique vendors, over 25 in

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




ike so many of us Floridians, we choose to travel home to visit the family at Christmas time rather then Thanksgiving. Staying home to attend a friends celebration, or hosting friends and family for a celebration of thankfulness. At Thanksgiving I like to keep it classic, mirroring my grandmother and the great dishes she would serve, as well as just a touch of my own style (or my favorite chef’s interpretation,) to make the dish even more memorable. Pick any of these tried and true side dishes and you will move to the top of the list of things everyone is thankful for!


Salt 2 pounds elbow macaroni 10 ounces (2 1/2 sticks) unsalted butter 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon mustard powder 1/2 teaspoon seasoned salt, such as Lawry’s 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper 4 cups whole milk 3 cups shredded yellow American cheese 3 cups shredded gouda 5 cups shredded extra-sharp Cheddar DIRECTIONS 1/2 tablespoon smoked paprika Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F and put a large pot of salted water on to boil. Add the macaroni to the boiling water and cook until al dente, 8 to 9 minutes. Drain well. Meanwhile, in a 4-quart pot, melt 2 sticks of the butter over low heat and then add the flour, mustard powder, seasoned salt, salt and pepper. Cook 2 minutes, stirring with a whisk. Add the milk a little at a time, whisking, and cook until thickened and smooth, 6 to 8 minutes. Remove the pot from the heat and stir in the American and gouda cheeses along with 4 cups of the Cheddar until melted and thoroughly combined. Add the cooked macaroni and stir well. Pour the macaroni mixture into a 3-quart baking dish and dot with the remaining 1/2 stick butter. Sprinkle the remaining 1 cup Cheddar on top, then sprinkle with the smoked paprika. Bake until the cheese is browned on top, 25 to 30 minutes. Serve hot..


2 pounds russet potatoes, scrubbed Kosher salt 1 cup cream 4 ounces Sottocenare al Tartufo, grated (about1 1/2 cups) 8 tablespoons (1 stick) unsalted butter, cut into pieces Freshly ground black pepper


Put the potatoes in a large saucepan, cover with cold water by about 1 inch and add 2 tablespoons salt. Bring to a boil, uncovered, over high heat, and then reduce the heat to medium-high and simmer briskly until fork tender, about 45 minutes. Drain the potatoes. Quarter the potatoes and pass them through a food mill or ricer back into the pan. (Peel them first if you are using a ricer). When the potatoes are almost done, warm the cream in a small saucepan over medium-high heat to just under a simmer, about 5 minutes. Whisk in the cheese until melted. Set aside. Fold the hot cheese and cream into the potatoes. Then, over low heat, fold in the butter bit by bit until fully incorporated. Season with salt and pepper and serve hot.



1 pound sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into 1 1/2inch pieces 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil Coarse salt and ground pepper 1/2 teaspoon grated orange zest 1 tablespoon fresh orange juice 1 teaspoon white-wine vinegar 2 bunches arugula, thick stems removed 1/3 cup crumbled feta cheese

Preheat oven to 450 degrees. On a large rimmed baking sheet, toss sweet potatoes with 1 tablespoon olive oil; season with salt and pepper. Roast until tender and browned, 15 to 20 minutes. Let cool to room temperature. In a large bowl, whisk together 2 tablespoons oil, grated orange zest, orange juice, and whitewine vinegar; season with salt and pepper. Add sweet potatoes, arugula, and feta. Toss to combine and serve immediately..





















IT’S THE LOCAL FLAVOR! November is a great month to discover the things that make Ormond Beach such a special place. From here to the holidays we enjoy unique local events, local stores and local traditions. Our calendar can get crowded, so check out what’s in store and don’t miss a thing.

THE 11TH ANNUAL RIVERFEST SEAFOOD FESTIVAL returns to Ormond Beach with all the fresh fish, family fun and fall festival delights that attendees have come to expect at this annual celebration of life along the water. On Nov. 16 & 17 visit Rockefeller Gardens and Fortunato Park to find more than two dozen food vendors, live music, boats, paddleboards, kid’s activities, a draft beer garden with tv’s to catch your favorite football team and so much more. TREAT YOUR TASTEBUDS TO SOMETHING SPECTACULAR! There’s more food than ever before at this year’s Riverfest Seafood Festival. Sure, every festival has food vendors, but do they have gumbo, coconut shrimp, alligator, or local oysters? They may have funnel cakes, but how about fruit fritters, fried Oreos and chocolate dipped treats? This year more than two dozen food vendors bring in everything from local fish to bbq. Of course, there’ll be plenty of draft beer in our the EatStreet Pub - sponsored by Grind Gastropub, Kona Tiki Bar, 31 Supper Club, and Ormond Garage. This is where you’ll find the folks who can’t bear to miss a weekend football game. Acies Technology will bring in satellite service and four big screen TVs for the weekend. Grab a seat and enjoy.

WHAT TO DO, WHAT TO DO?! Whether you’re big or small you’ll find lots of opportunities to enjoy yourself at the festival. Grab a paddleboard for a free splash on the river. Check out the boat displays. Bounce and climb your way through the Security First Kids Zone. Get your face painted. Enjoy great music from R&B to country and rock. Take an exciting ride on the Seabreecher. And, for those of you whose idea of recreation runs to the retail, we expect 70 vendors this year! Our wildly popular KID FISH fishing clinic is back, sponsored by Fish Florida and Hull’s Seafood. With 300 fishing poles to give away to kids from 4 to 12 years old, it’s a must-visit family destination at the Festival. Mark your calendar for the 62nd BIRTHPLACE OF SPEED ANTIQUE CAR SHOW AND GASLIGHT PARADE on Nov. 29 & 30! Bring the family to East Granada at 6 pm on Friday, Nov. 29 to watch the traditional “Gaslight Parade” as original cars from the 1920s to the 1990s strut their stuff. The parade goes from the Casements east on Granada and then south on A1A. On Saturday morning, Nov. 30, get a closer look when the cars are parked in Fortunato Park (2 John Anderson Dr.) from 10 am - 3 pm. An Ormond Beach tradition honoring the Birthplace of Speed! Viewing is free. If you’d like to be a part of the parade or the car show contact the Volusia Region Antique Automobile Club of America at 386-761-7987, kroegers3@ att.net There are prizes in 22 categories plus 4 special prizes.


The 46th Daytona Turkey Run welcomes fans of all ages to celebrate their love of classic cars. The largest combined car show and swap meet in the U.S. is a four-day show that kicks off at 8 a.m. Thanksgiving day. At the Daytona Speedway, it runs through Sunday, December 1st. Guests can look forward to: • `Meeting Rick & Kelly Dale from “American Restoration” on the History Channel. Stop by to say hello and get an autograph on Friday, Nov 29th & Sat, Nov 30th from 10am-2pm. • `The Mecum Auctions Mobile Experience. Experience first-hand what it feels like to be in the middle of a fastpaced Mecum auction through simulations and hands on activities! •` Enjoying the Hops & Hoods Craft Beer Festival. Keep the party going and sample more than 120 different craft beers from 48 different breweries. Saturday, Nov. 30th from 12pm-4pm. Samples are 4 for $5 or 10 for $10 and can be purchased in advance at www.turkeyrun.com or inside the show. Must be 21 years of age. • `The Little Gobbler’s Play Zone. Kids will have a blast in bounce houses, an obstacle course, inflatable games and more. All Play Zone activities are free of charge. The Daytona Turkey Run is open to the public and features more than 6,000 vintage, classic and custom, muscle cars, race cars and trucks on display and for sale, as well as a massive swap meet in which vendors sell and trade hardto-find auto parts and accessories. There is also an Artisan Alley with fashion and art and a full midway of delicious food vendors. More than 150,000 attended the 45th Daytona Turkey Run. The 46th Daytona Turkey Run is presented by White Diamond and is sponsored in part by Mecum Auctions and Spectrum. Admission is $15 Thursday through Saturday and $10 on Sunday with free parking. Children under 11 are free. Show hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday. Free parking is available at the Daytona Speedway all four days. The Spring Turkey Run dates, March 27-29, 2020 were also just released. For more information about the Daytona Turkey Run, visit www. TurkeyRun.com.



DEC 13- FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT IN THE LOHMAN PLANETARIUM- 6 PM- 9 PM, MOAS, 352 S. Nova Rd. Admissions is $8 for member/ $10 Nonmembers Playing Disney’s Wall.e Arrive 15 minutes to purchase tickets. CELERY CITY CINEMA MONDAYS - Come enjoy your favorite movies every Monday Night! Grab a beer and some Pop Corn and Enjoy our 150inch big screen outside in our Beer Garden! Celery City Craft, 114 S Palmetto Ave, Sanford, 2ND FRIDAYS • MOVIES IN CENTRAL PARK BYO blankets, chairs, picnic baskets. Stage area at the main entrance, 975 Central Ave, Palm Coast. MOVIES AT THE LIBRARY Mondays, 2-4pm, FREE, Port Orange Library Auditorium, 386-322-5152 x20936. volusialibrary.org. Tuesdays and Thursday 2-4pm. Ormond Beach Library, 30 S. Beach St. 386-676-4191. 3RD SATURDAY • MOVIES @ SUNRISE PARK 7-10pm, Check Sunrise Village Facebook page for details. Sunrise Park L.P.G.A., Daytona Beach. hollyhillfl.org

NOV 23-FURRY PAWS FUNDRAISING EVENT (3RD ANNUAL)-6pm-9pm, Halifax River Club, 331 S. Beach Street Yacht Club. Come out for an evening of fun to support Furry Nation Salvation & Pawsibilites rescue in saving the lives of homeless animals. At this event (free admission) there will be music, raffles, auctions, Panera treats, and more.

NOV 13-WEDNESDAY YOGA IN THE GALLERY-5:30 PM, MOAS, 352 S. Nova Rd. Admission: $10.00/$5.00 for members. NOV 23-MOAS FALL NIGHT SKY VIEWING PARTY-5 PM, MOAS, 352 S. Nova A special presentation of the sky tonight will take place in the Lohman planetarium at 6:30 PM. The cost is $5 adults/$3 children. The out-

side portion is free to the public. NOV 25-MOAS AFTER HOURS-5 PM, MOAS, 352 S. Nova Rd. Join us at the Museum of Arts & Sciences for our monthly MOAS After Hours, featuring exclusive after-hours access to the Museum’s galleries. Free for members, $5.00 for future members DEC 13-MOAS NIGHT SKY VIEWING PARTY-6 PM, MOAS, 352 S Nova Rd. Come celebrate the night sky with us in our front entrance courtyard! With telescopes and astronomy experts and hand, we will marvel at the early winter-time constellations that fill the sky. Guest are welcome to bring their own outdoor chairs, telescopes/binoculars. Free and open to the public. DEC 8- A CHRISTMAS CAROL WITH DAVID MCELROY- 3 PM-4:40 PM, the Hub on the Canal, 132 Canal St. Free for members and $5 for nonmembers. McElroy brings his one man performance of this classic, he performs all 37 characters in this tale. Appropriate for ages 7 to 100. DEC 20-EXHIBIT: ARTS AND CULTURE OF MICRONESIA-10 AM, MOAS, 352 S. Nova Rd. An exhibit showcasing many cultural and artistic relics from Micronesia. Ongoing Around the Bend: Plein Air Paintings from the Collection of Kevin Miller and Hal Stringer. MOAS Ongoing POP Art/OP ART from MOAS Collection Ongoing Painting with Paper: The Art Of Akiko Sugiyama. MOAS, Exhibit. ONGOING Volusia Wilderness Captured: Florida Paintings by Sandra Lloyd. MOAS, Exhibit. EVERY 3RD SAT • SANFORD ART WALK 6-9pm, Live music, lots of art, juried show. Historic Sanford Welcome Center, 230 E First St, Sanford. EVERY 1ST SAT--ORMOND ART WALK- 5 PM · Ormond Beach Main street Arts District-experience new creations, meet new creators, and treat yourself to a night of intellectual & aesthetic stimulation. EVERY 1ST SAT- ART STROLL ON CANAL STREET- Live music, lots of art, Galleries have solo exhibition on Canal Street New Smyrna Beach,

NOV 23- HOLIDAY COOKING EVENT-10AM -1:30 PM, Bass Pro Shops, 1880 Checkered Flag Blvd, Ste N 100, 3 Interactive Holiday cooking tips/seminars to help you learn fun easy ways to cook, smoke and fry during the holidays. DEC 5- GIRLS NIGHT OUT- NEW SMYRNA BEACH 5pm-9pm. Gather your girls, then get ready to Sip & Shop the night away. Head out on the town for a night of shopping, wining and dining. You do not want to miss out on this epic night! For more info checkout Christmas on Canal Street. DEC 7-TEDDY BEAR BRUNCH AT THE MUSEUM OF ART-10 AM, Museum of Art, 600 N. Woodland Blvd. Start the holiday season with a special brunch with Santa. Tickets available November 1 at the Museum Store.$10 FOR MEMBERS $12 NON-MEMBERS. EVERY SATURDAY – VISIT THE ROASTERY – 9 am. Expect to be overwhelmed with the smells and sounds of a working small-batch roastery. We typically have coffee to sample, stories about our current offerings and details about the inner workings of our craft to share with you. Steel Oak Coffee. FIRST SUNDAY OF EVERY MONTH – FREE PIG ROAST, THIRD SATURDAY - FREE OYSTER ROAST, No Name Saloon, 3 pm, live music. 2001 S. Ridgewood Ave., Edgewater.z

NOV 20- MOSCOW BALLET’S GREAT RUSSIAN NUTCRACKER-7 PM, News Journal Center, 221 N. Beach St. Tickets are on sale now NOV 16- THE HUMANS-7:30 PM, Ormond Beach Performing Arts Center, 399 N. US Highway 1 Reserved seating $18, Student tickets $12. DEC 4- A MAGICAL CIRQUE CHRISTMAS-8:30 PM, Peabody Auditorium, 600 Auditorium Blvd. Tickets are $58.25-$78.70

DEC 6-THE GRUMPS AND BAH HUMBUG: A SCROOGE MUSICAL-1 PM, Ormond Beach Performing Art Center, 399 N. US Highway 1. Reserved Seating is $15. A Scrooge’s Christmas Carol DEC 7-THE NUTCRACKER-7 PM, Peabody Auditorium, 600 Auditorium Blvd. $Tickets are 25.10, Condensed performance with narration. Suitable for all ages, no intermission. DEC 8- ANNIE- 2 PM, Athens Theatre, 124 N. Florida Ave. General admission tickets are Adult $25 - Senior $23, Student/Child $11. DEC 15- BABES IN TOYLAND, Peabody Auditorium, 600 Auditorium Blvd. $Tickets are 25.10- $30.25. Suitable for all ages, great musical performances by theatrical talents of the Daytona Playhouse.

NOV 13- KEVIN JAMES -7:30 PM, Peabody Auditorium Tickets are $45.85-$86.80 on Ticketmaster NOV 14-NOV 15- JERSEY- 8 PM, Doghouse Bar and Grill, 3400 S. Nova Rd. The bonkers comedy club is inside the doghouse bar and grill. Tickets are $10 per person in advance and $12 at the door. Doors open at 7 NOV 15-JUANITA LOLITA- 8 PM, The Center Deltona, 1640 Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd. Bonkers comedy club inside the center at Deltona. Show starts at 8 PM but must arrive 45 minutes early for seating. Tickets are $12 at the door and are non refundable. NOV 22- RON WHITE-8 PM, Peabody Auditorium, 600 Auditorium Blvd. Tickets $57.20 NOV 28- NOV 29- ALAN NEWCOMBE- 8 PM, Doghouse Bar and Grill, 3400 S. Nova Rd. The Bonkers comedy club is inside the doghouse bar and grill. Tickets are $10 per person in advance and $12 at the door. Doors open at 7 NOV 29-SANFORD COMEDY FESTIVAL- 8 PM, Theater West End, 115 W. 1st St. Tickets are $12 at eventbrite.com, Come out and enjoy a


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night of laughs DEC 7- LADIES NIGHT STANDUP-7:30 PM, Thank You Five, 4606S. Clyde Morris Blvd. Admission is $10, come and enjoy your favorite local ladies of comedy. DEC 13- MIKE RIVERA-8 PM, The Center Deltona, 1640 Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd. Bonkers comedy club inside the center at Deltona. Show starts at 8 PM but must arrive 45 minutes early for seating. Tickets are $12 at the door and are non refundable. EVERY TUESDAY, RANDOM SATURDAYS • RANDOM ACTS OF INSANITY 8pm. Live Improv Comedy, $5, Cinematique, 242 S Beach Street, DB, 386-252-3778.

NOV 16-CHRISTMAS CRAFT CAMP-2 PM, One Daytona, One Daytona Blvd. Crafting extravaganza, where you can make your own Christmas cards, table wreath, and personalized ornaments. $30 includes a glass of wine or beer, and light snack. DEC 14- HOLIDAY COTTAGE WORKSHOP FOR KIDS-10 AM, Ormond Memorial Art Museum, 78 E. Granada Blvd. Decorate a whimsical Holiday Cottage in this fun Saturday morning workshop. All supplies provided. Open to students age 6-12. $22 (members) / $25 (future members)

NOV 21- GREEK HOLIDAY APPETIZERS-4 PM- 7:30 PM, Casements, 25 Riverside Dr. Class is $85 which includes recipe booklet, heart healthy recipes, wine to those 21 and up, food to taste and take home that is made in the class. Contact chef Elaine Pitenis at 386-299-6522. DEC 14- EXPRESSIVE ART JOURNALING-1 PM- 3:30 PM, Live Oak Cultural Center, 1050 Live Oak St. Free and Open to the public RSVP is required. Limit to 12 Participants, class led by art therapist. Go to the Atlantic Center for the Arts to register.


ONGOING-ACTING CLASS, Every Tuesday night at 6:30 pm at The Studio Creative Group · DeLand, Each class $15, monthly packages available. EVERY FRIDAY-FRIDAY KIDS YOGA CLASSES- Fri 5:30 PM · Kula Yoga Kids ·Port Orange-Bring some food for your child as there will be time for them to eat, a yoga mat, and some water. 12/child & $10 sibling discount.

NOV 14- STOP THE BLEED- 2 PM, Halifax Health,303 N. Clyde Morris Blvd. Free Lifesaving training. Basic techniques of bleeding control. NOV 16-CPR CLASS-9 AM, Fire Station 52, 500 E.3rd Ave. New Smyrna. Cost is $25, Class is 3-4 hours long. This class is for people with limited or no medical training who need course completion card. You must register at fun.cityofnsb.com to attend the class. NOV 16-HELP ME GROW- BOOKS, BALLS, & BLOCKS- 9 AM. Michael & Libby Johnson Center, 740 W. International Speedway Blvd. Free fun developmental and behavioral screening for children 2 months to 5years old. NOV 20- HOLIDAY FUN WITH ESSENTIAL OILS- 5:30 PM, Nature In Beauty, 426 Canal St. Cost is $15, you can enjoy a little wine, lite snacks, essential oil tips, and recipes. Also door prizes and help making 2 non-toxic air sprays or personal fragrances. Please RSVP. NOV 21- GUIDED MEDITATION-7 PM-8PM, Mind Body Soul, 821` W. Canal. Cost $10.You can get your ticket at mindbodysoulnsb.com NOV 30- CANDY CANE 5K-8 AM, Destination Daytona Complex, 1637 N.US Highway 1. Packet Pickup will be held at Tomoka Christian church from 4PM to 7 PM on Friday NOV 29th. Christmas costumes are encouraged and will have a contest after the race. This is to raise money for local adoption. DEC 19- INFANT CPR- 6 PM , Advent Health- 301 Memorial Medical

Pkwy. Registration is $10, this class helps family members know what to do in case of a life threatening emergency. 2ND SUNDAY , RESTORATIVE YOGA AND SOUND HEALING Yoga Bala Yoga Studio, 4639S. Clyde Morris blvd. cost is $15 EVERY THURSDAY • FAMILY TREE ACUPUNCTURE HAS A FREE VETERAN’S ACUPUNCTURE CLINIC, Community style acupuncture for veterans and active duty military. Be sure to bring your military ID and arrive no later than 6:30pm for the last seating, no appointment is necessary! EVERY THURSDAY • YOGA CLASSES -Now being offered at Passion Chiropractic and Wellness Center, Classes will take place each Thursday from 5:30pm - 6:45pm. The classes are donation-based with a suggested donation of $10. Bring your yoga mat, water, and a friend!

when visiting the marketplace. EVERY WED • RIVER OF HISTORY BOAT TOUR 10am, Tour the Ponce Inlet Intracoastal Waterway from Ponce Inlet Water Sports to NewSmyrna, 386-405-3445, $25/adults; 5-12 /$10, 4936 South Peninsula Drive, Ponce Inlet. ONGOING: FULL MOON KAYAK TOURS-Marine Discovery Center, New Smyrna Beach-The Sunset Full Moon Paddle is offered monthly during the full moon, these 1½-hour tours coincide with full moons and give participants the opportunity to paddle our local waters as the sun sinks below the mangrove trees and moonlight fills the sky. Adults $38.00 Children (6-12) $20.00, must be in a tandem kayak with an adult, Own Kayak $20.00

EVERY SAT AND SUN, YOGA ON THE BEACH NSB, 4201 S. Atlantic Ave .Donation based, Bring a Blanket

ONGOING: FULL MOON BOAT TOURS-MARINE DISCOVERY CENTER · New Smyrna Beach, The FullMoon Boat Tour is offered monthly during the full moon phase.Adults $29 Seniors (62+) & Students $26 Family* $75 Children** $13

NOV 15-JAN 15-CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR-10 AM, Stetson Mansion Tours, 1031 Camphor Lane. Holiday Home Tour, Spectacular decorations in Florida’s grandest Victorian mansion. Reservations required. Times are 10:30, 1:30, 5:00 DAILY.

ONGOING • HISTORICAL ORMOND BEACH BUS TOURS 9:45am – 12:15pm. 2-hour tour of 30 historical buildings & sites. Adults $20/Children $7, Casements parking lot, 25 Riverside Dr., 386-677-7005.

DEC 7-IMAGES HOLIDAY TOUR OF HOMES 2019-9 AM- 3 PM, New Smyrna Beach The IMAGES Holiday Tour of Homes will present six unique homes decorated for the holidays and showcasing the charm of New Smyrna Beach. The popular IMAGES Boutique is included in your tour and features handmade items created by ACA Volunteer League Members. This year we added a Friday night cocktail party. Tickets are $50 with the Friday party and $25 for just the tour on Saturday.

ONGOING • ORMOND BEACHSIDE WALKING TOURS 10am, Historical Society’s MacDonald House, 38 E. Granada Blvd, Ormond. $10 adults, $8 seniors, 386-677-7005.

3RD SATURDAY DELAND PRIDE NIGHT 5-11 PM, Shops, bars and restaurants will be open with specials and entertainment for the evening. Free for all ages. delandpride.com.

DEC 7-DEC 8- 2019 LAKE HELEN CHRISTMAS & GARDEN TOUR12:30 PM, Lake Helen Christmas Home Tour. Tour homes, churches, historical buildings and gardens. Enjoy live entertainment and refreshments



For November 2019 SCORPIO (OCT. 23-NOV. 21): Your love life is certainly getting some attention this month -- in a good way. On November 12, a Full Moon lands in your partnership sector. This lunation happens to be quite blessed in the sky, so romantic fulfillment rather than disappointment is likely. If you’re in a relationship, then you’ll feel more grateful than ever to have someone you know has substance, loyalty, and sensuality. If you’re dating someone, then you probably recognize by now that this person is a keeper. In other news, Mars goes into your sign on November 19 while Mercury turns direct in Scorpio on the 20th. Both of these celestial events will completely transform you. After a period of feeling as if your hands are tied and no one is listening to you, you’ll easily reveal your strength and will. In fact, the second half of the month is when you’ll feel all your power returning, as well as your mental clarity. Hold off until after these dates to put your best foot forward and crush your goals. You’ll be unstoppable! Keywords for November: commitment, union, marriage, love, communication, mental power, physical strength. SAGITTARIUS (NOV. 22-DEC. 20): You’re certainly feeling great this month, aren’t you, Sagittarius? Well you should enjoy every moment of this surge of confidence! Venus will be in your sign from November 1-25, granting you the magical powers of attraction and receptivity. Looking for a new love? Someone is bound to come your way. Searching for extra cash? You’ll feel like it’s raining money. In fact, on November 24, Venus will embrace Jupiter (also in your sign) for a rare cosmic alignment that will make you feel like you’ve won the lottery in some way. You might receive an actual financial windfall, but it could just as easily be getting your heart’s desire in another form (or with a person). As if that weren’t enough, a New Moon in your sign on November 26 is all about celebrating the fact that you’ve cleared the decks and have opened up space for all the bright, new, and wonderful things you know are coming your way. Keywords for November: luck, fortune, happiness, wishes granted, magnetic, joy, blessing. CAPRICORN (DEC. 21-JAN. 20): Your love life has an interesting flavor this month. While it will continue to be eventful, it appears that your preference is to take a behind-the-scenes approach to matters of the heart. Venus enters your 12th House of Escape until the 25th and you’ll feel a stronger urge to preserve the privacy of your romantic world, whatever that means to you. This doesn’t seem to have a negative impact. In fact, the opposite is likely. A gorgeous Full Moon will land in your true love sector on November 12, suggesting amazing fulfillment in love. So who knows? Maybe this is a secret engagement or private love affair, but whatever the details, your heart will be full. Your social life also becomes more interesting in November. Mars moves into your social 11th house on November 19, then Mercury turns direct in the same area of your chart the day after. This provides stimulation as well as mental clarity connected to your friendships and group affiliations. You’ll clear the air with a pal you may have miscommunicated with. You’ll also feel motivated to go out more with friends and enjoy yourself, as you should. Keywords for November: clandestine love, seclusion, secrets, affair, romance, privacy, friends, groups. AQUARIUS (JAN. 21-FEB.18): Career shifts are on the horizon and it seems that, with enough push, you’ll get exactly what you want. But first, you need to figure out WHAT you want. That won’t be easy the first half of the month as Mercury still travels retrograde at the top of your chart. Until November 20 he’ll remain out of phase, confusing your plans and making you second guess yourself. After the 20th, however, you’ll begin to feel the cobwebs lift from your brain and you’ll know exactly what the right decisions are to make. Since Mars will move to the top of your chart on November 19, you’ll also be in an enviable position to move any mountain standing in your way of achievement. Success is yours! With romance, it’s very possible that a friend will reveal that he or she has something else in mind. With Venus in your friendship sector from November 1-25, you might experience a friend turning into a lover, or a friend will set you up on a date with someone you have amazing chemistry with. Explore! Keywords for November: career decisions, promotion, professional contracts, business decisions, professional clarity, social fun, parties, friendly romance. PISCES (FEB.18-MAR. 20): You might feel as if your boss is finally really seeing you for what you’re worth. With Venus at the top of your chart from November 1-25, you’re sure to be valued and might even receive a special award or honor for your career achievements to date. A New Moon at the top of your chart on November 26 signals a bright new opportunity professionally. Seize it! If you’ve been experiencing any kind of setbacks or frustrations in a legal matter, then it should begin to clear up toward the end of the month after Mercury turns direct on November 20. You’ll also have a major ability to fight the good fight and stand up for what you believe in thanks to Mars moving into the area of your chart ruling morality and ethics on the 19th. Your love life is quieter this month, though if you and your mate have been experiencing any miscommunication, you’ll be able to iron out your differences. Keywords for November: promotion, honor, award, values, legalities, court battle, legal contract, new business. ARIES (MAR. 21-APR. 20): This is a major money month. It all starts with a Full Moon November 12. This lunation will bring a money-making scheme to fruition. Gorgeous links to both Saturn and Pluto suggest a major shift in how you use your talents to generate long-term money-making potential. Wow! Adding to the financial juice is the fact that Mars enters your 8th House of Shared Resources on November 19, followed by Mercury turning direct in this part of your chart on the 20th. You’ve got motivation and mental clarity to help get you in the strongest position possible financially. Yes, it takes money to make money, but you know that in the end it will all work out. When it comes to love, Venus and Jupiter will embrace in perfect harmony on November 24 in the area of your chart connected to faith. A dream come true is possible for you in matters of the heart. Believe. Keywords for November: cash, money moves, big bucks, career rise, success, expenses, financial clarity, travel, legalities. Courtesy of m.tarot.com

TAURUS (APR. 21-MAY 21): This will certainly be an eventful month for you in relationship and personal developments. A stunning Full Moon in your sign on November 12 suggests you’ll feel completely secure revealing your feelings and standing tall in your own skin. If there has been any concern about a partnership matter, you’ll be ready to tackle it after November 19-20. This is when Mars moves into your partnership sector and Mercury turns direct in the same area of your chart. The courage to do something about the clarity you now have regarding a relationship will help you feel even more secure about the direction of this connection. Sometimes hashing it out with the other person really is the only way for them to realize your true worth. Don’t worry, Taurus, this person will know exactly the diamond you are. In other news, finances are a big theme -- particularly money that comes your way. Expect a gorgeous payout on November 24. Congratulations! Keywords for November: identity illumination, personal growth, partnership heat, relationship conflict, passion, re-evaluating commitments, inheritance, windfall, money luck. GEMINI (MAY 21-JUNE 21): Your love life is all about harmony and positive vibes. From November 1-25, Venus will move through your partnership sector. There’s nothing you won’t do to keep the peace in your closest relationships, even if it means sacrificing a part of your soul in the process. Be careful, Gemini. Fortunately, by the 24th you’ll receive a major reward for all the compromise and collaboration you’ve done with someone you’re deeply bonded to. Sweet! Confusion about work is sure to clear up by the end of the month. In fact, you’ll also have brand-new motivation to go crush your deadlines and goals! On November 19, Mars enters your work sector followed by Mercury turning direct on the 20th in the same area of your chart. This might bring a major blowout between you and a colleague, but if so, it really needed to. You can’t keep quiet about something stressing you out this much. Conflict leads to clarity. Keywords for November: partnership, love blessings, partnership luck, working fast, crushing deadlines, coworker conflict, work confusion, work stress. CANCER (JUNE 21-JULY 22): A major blowout is possible between you and your partner near November 5 as Mars squares off with Pluto. You’re tired of all the conflict happening at home and between members of your clan. For some reason, however, your partner isn’t trying to be a part of the solution. Instead, he or she might actually be adding to the problem. You won’t be pleased. Address accordingly. All the confusion in your mind around a creative project will finally begin to clear up after November 20 when Mercury turns direct. You’ll even have plenty of energy and ambition to really move forward with it thanks to Mars also moving into the same area of your chart on the 19th. If you’re single or dating, this energy is likely to catalyze some major stimulation in your love and sex life. You might be ready to take back an ex and then meet someone new who really gets your heart racing. Keywords for November: family, domestic conflict, partnership tension, creative edge, artistic motivation, passion, sex, fun. LEO (JULY 23-AUG. 22): A positive turn of events is likely for your professional life. On November 12, a Full Moon will illuminate the top of your chart. This lunation is connected beautifully to several planets in the sky, it suggests that fulfillment -- rather than a stressful ending -- is in store. You could receive a significant honor or award that helps you shine even brighter in your industry. Or you’ll be ready to transition into a career path that is more aligned to your talents and purpose. Go for it! Your domestic situation will become clearer as the month winds down. Mercury turns direct in your home and family sector on November 20. Plans related to real estate or family decisions will finally go your way. When it comes to love, you certainly won’t be disappointed. Venus moves into your romance sector through the 25th. On the 24th, she’ll embrace Jupiter -- the planet of expansion and growth -- also in the your chart. Translation? BIG love, Leo. Huge. Massive. And incredible. Keywords for November: love, romance, joy, career boost, real estate contract, family conversations, baby, fertility. VIRGO (AUG. 23-SEPT. 22): Your domestic world hasn’t looked this happy in a long time. Jupiter has been moving through your home and family sector bringing optimism all year, but now you’ll see growth come together in a massive mountain of joy. Venus -- the planet of beauty and harmony -- will join Jupiter. Having BOTH lucky planets in the same space suggests monumental amazingness is slated to come your way in family and real estate endeavors. Pay attention to November 24 when these planets meet in exact harmony. You’ll feel like you’ve won the jackpot with a financial real estate deal or in terms of domestic bliss. Possibly both. Your love life might not be as filled with unicorns and rainbows. It seems the problem has been your tendency to look past trouble and see what you want to see rather than what’s real. In order to achieve your personal feeling of security and happiness, something in your relationship (or the relationship itself) needs to end. Like your delusions about it. Keywords for November: home, moving, real estate, family bliss, family expansion, partnership confusion, relationship delusion. LIBRA (SEPT. 23-OCT. 22): With Mars in your sign until November 19, you’ll still have an edge in all areas that require courage and initiation. You might have quite a bite to your bark. Someone in your family might be on the receiving end of your wrath and, if this happens, you’ll probably regret it once you’ve calmed down. Even though you have legitimate stress happening on the home front, Libra, don’t take it out on a specific person. Remember, it’s the situation you’re upset about, not the family that you love. Finances become a major focus in your 8th House of Shared Resources on November 12. You might receive a fabulous bonus from your job or an extra-generous commissions split or royalty payment. You could also cash in on a settlement. You’ll be pleased. When it comes to love and romance, you might be disenchanted with your mate this month. You might feel as if you’re in a thankless relationship near November 14 when Venus squares off with Neptune. Speak out. Keywords for November: energy, anger, ambition, tension, money, romantic disappointment, stamina.


MOTORCYCLES & CLASSIC CARS MOTORCYCLE RIDES NOV 16- ROCKETMAN RUN- HOSTED BY COMBAT VETERANS MOTORCYCLE ASSOCIATION. Adamec Harley-Davidson in Saint Augustine. The benefit will be Vets for Vets of St. John’s County. 9:30 AM-4:30 PM. Located at Outlet Mall Boulevard and I-95. DEC 1- 2019 AZAN SHRINERS SPACE COAST TOY RUN- Donation of a new unwrapped toy or $10. Gates open at 8:30 a.m. with free hot breakfast, KSU is 11:00 Ride to Space Coast Harley-Davidson in Palm Bay, Event 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at SCHD. 1591 W. Eau Gallie Blvd., Melbourne. DEC 7- ALL RIDERS TOY RUN- This is the All Riders 4th Annual Toy Run in partnership with Toys for Tots. COST: One Unwrapped Toy (Valued at approx $20.00) per bike. We will be meeting at ‘A+ Granite & Marble Works (610 Old Daytona Road, DeLand) for registration at 8:30 AM with KSU (Kick Stands Up) at 9:30 AM sharp. DEC 7- CHRISTMAS TOY RUN- Ride with us to Walmart to buy Toys for Tots. KSU at 9:30 AM from Daytona H-D. Bruce Rossmeyer’s Daytona Harley-Davidson, 1637 N. US Highway 1, Ormond Beach. FRIDAY RIDES • 11:30 AM– 2:30 PM, Daytona 200 Motorcycle Club, 3602 W. International Speedway Blvd. Daytona Beach, daytona200mc.com 2ND SATURDAY • HARLEY OWNERS LUNCH RIDE 010 AM, Scenic 135 Mile Ride, free lunch. Seminole Harley Davidson, 620 Hickman Circle, Sanford. 407-328-1212.

CAR AND BIKE SHOWS/SWAPS NOV 23- SIMPLY CLEAN CAR SHOW- 8:00-11:30 AM. Bruce Rossmeyer’s Daytona Harley-Davidson, 1637 N. US Highway 1, Ormond Beach. DEC 7- BAD ASS CAR CLUB- Noon-4 PM. Vintage car display, 50/50, Free BBQ, Live Music. Donation of an unwrapped Christmas Toy. Bruce Rossmeyer’s Daytona Harley-Davidson, 1637 N. US Highway 1, Ormond Beach. 4TH FRIDAY • CAR SHOW: MELLOW MUSHROOM,5790 Journeys End Way, Port Orange. 4-7 PM. 1ST FRIDAY • THE ALL RIDERS BIKE NIGHTS The Abbey, 117 N. Woodlawn Ave., Deland. 7-11 PM 3RD THURSDAY • THE ALL RIDERS BIKE NIGHT INN BETWEEN BAR “ THE SHACK BY THE TRACKS “ 2486 Old New York Ave. Deland, 7-11 PM. 2ND SATURDAY • CANAL STREET CLASSIC CRUISE AND CAR SHOW Canal Street, New Smyrna Beach, 4-8 PM. 1ST SATURDAY • DAYTONA FLEA CRUISE-IN One of the east coast’s largest car show and swap meet. 1425 Tomoka Farms Rd, Daytona Beach 9 AM- 2 PM 3RD TUESDAY • DAIRY QUEEN CLASSIC CAR & TRUCK SHOW Featuring Classic Cars, Food Specials, Music by Crusin’ Central Florida. 4 PM, Dairy Queen in the Trails, 328 North Nova Rd., Ormond Beach. 3RD SATURDAY • DOWNTOWN DELAND CAR SHOW 4-7pm. Live DJ, giveaways, shopping & dining. East Indian Avenue, Deland. 2ND SUNDAY • DOUBLE BARREL CRUISE IN 11am-3pm, All welcomed! DJ, beer tub, food and drink specials, 50/50 Raffle Proceeds: Toys for Tots. Food and drink specials. Double Barrel Grill. 2900 Bellevue Ave, DAB, 386-310-7993. 4TH SUNDAY • HOT ROD BRUNCH 9:00am-1:00pm, Bring you ride an appetite and park on Flagler Ave. Plenty of Parking for us. Great atmosphere. People. Hot Rods & Food. Hope to see ya’ll there. Spread the word. Courtyard Grill 307 Flagler Ave EVERY 4TH SUNDAY • BIKER BRUNCH AT SHANTELL’S IN SANFORD 10am-3pm. 503 S. Sanford Avenue. EVERY WEDNESDAY • CAR SHOW 5-8pm, Woody’s Bar-B-Q, 99 Flagler Plaza Dr, Palm Coast, 386-439-5010. EVERY THURSDAY • WEEKLY CAR SHOW 4-7pm, Giuseppe’s Steel City Pizza, 3658 S Nova Rd, Port Orange, 386-761-4717. giuseppessteelcitypizza.com EVERY SATURDAY • CAR SHOW Bring your favorite ride and enjoy some good music and food. Port Hole, 932 Herbert St, Port Orange, 386-256-5075. portholebars.com 2ND SATURDAY • EAST COAST CRUISERS NIGHT4-8pm, Family friendly car show, food and entertainment. Canal St, New Smyrna, 386-427-7576.

3RD SATURDAY • DELAND CRUISE IN 4-7pm, DJ, giveaways, shopping & dining, E Indiana Ave, DeLand, 386-7380649. MainStreetDeLand.org 4TH SATURDAY • CLASSIC CAR SHOW 4-8pm, 150 Cars in Historic Downtown Eustis. Shops and restaurants, great music and cool cars. Free. Cash prizes. City of Eustis. 407-310-6123. 1ST FRIDAY • CRUISE IN 4-7pm, Food Truck, DJ, fun, food and awesome cars. Hanksters Hot Rods of Daytona 1790 S Nova Rd, South Daytona. 1ST SATURDAY • CLASSIC CAR CRUISE IN 9am-1pm, Door prize drawings. West Parking lot. Daytona Flea Market, Tomoka Farms Rd, Daytona, 386-253-3330 Ext. 115. 3RD SUNDAY • CABBAGE PATCH CRUISE IN 11am- 4pm, All makes & models of cars, trucks and bikes, FREE BBQ, Taco Land food truck, Music, giveaways, and drink specials. Cabbage Patch, 549 Tomoka Farms Rd, New Smyrna, 386-4055525.

CAR & BIKE EVENTS 1ST SUNDAY • JEEP MEET PLUS CONVOY 11am, A1A Jeeps wants to meet and talk jeeps, trails and go on a convoy (group decides where). Publix 414 Beach Village Dr, Flagler Beach. 2ND FRIDAY • WAVES JEEP CLUB MONTHLY DINE OUT 6-8pm, Meet Jeep enthusiasts in Volusia and Flagler. 2/$10 appetizers. WJC prizes. Houligan’s 1725 W International Speedway, DAB. 386-274-0571. LAST SATURDAY • SUPER SATURDAY NIGHT CRUISE 4 – 9pm, DJ “Jerry” 50’s-70’s, 50/50, cruiser tickets as prizes, many hand-outs. RiverWalk in Sanford by the Marina on Seminole Blvd. 1ST SUNDAY BBQ 2-6pm, Live music, free food, games, Bloody Mary specials. Dirty Harry’s Pub & Package,705 Main St, Daytona Beach,386-252-9877. 1ST SUNDAY • PIG ROAST 3pm – till it is gone. Music at 2pm, FREE eats. No Name Saloon, 2001 S Ridgewood Ave, Edgewater. 386-428-9229. 2ND SATURDAY • BRUCE ROSSMEYER’S HARLEY-DAVIDSON 8am, Super Car and Motorcycle Swap Sunday–$10/table, proceeds: Multiple Sclerosis. Shoppers FREE. Food drink available. 1637 N US 1, Ormond Beach. BruceRossmeyer.com EVERY TUESBIKE NITE BLUES JAM 7-9pm, Live music Stone Free, free food, drink specials all night, The Original First Turn, 5236 Ridgewood Ave, Port Orange, 386-788-5434. FirstTurnSteakHouse.com EVERY WED • BIKE NIGHT 7-10pm, $1 longnecks and live music, see Live & Local for the lineup, Buy 5, 1 free token. Bike of the Night contest. Main Street Station, 316 Main St, Daytona, MainStreetLive.com EVERY WED • BIKE NIGHT 8 PM. $1 longnecks, $4 fireballs, Jell-O shots, Free wings, live music. 532 Herbert Street, Port Orange. EVERY WED • BIKE NIGHT 6pm, covered bike parking, $10 domestic buckets, 50c wings, $2-3 food specials, drink specials. OB’s Restaurant & Lounge, 1750 N Woodland Blvd, Deland, 386943-9600. 2ND FRIDAY • BIKE NIGHT 7-10pm, Drink Specials, Vendors, 50/50, FREE Pool, Food, Raffles, Line Dance. The Barn, 1200 S. French Ave, Sanford. thebarninsanford.com 3RD SUNDAY • BBQ 3-7pm, BBQ, Swap Meet, Booze, Live music. Cabbage Patch, 549 Tomoka Farms Road, Samsula. 386-427-8969. 3RD SUNDAY • MOTORCYCLE SWAP MEET9am-4pm, Live music, food and beer, St Augustine Flea Market, 2493 St Rd 207, 904-824-4210. StAugustineFleaMarket.com 4TH SUNDAY • BIKER BRUNCH 10am. Shantell’s, 503 S. Sanford Ave., Sanford. THURSDAYS • BIKE NIGHT 7-11pm, Live music, free food while it lasts. $2 Domestic Longnecks, $3 Wells and $4 Calls, incl Jack Daniels, $10 buckets. The Alley, 114 S Park Ave, Sanford. 407-328-4848. LAST THURSDAY • SPORT BIKE NIGHT 7-10pm, Win awesome prizes, Drink and Food Specials, VIP Bike Parking, Outdoor Seating, Great Music. All bikes welcome. Winghouse, 2721 W Int’l Speedway Blvd. DAB 386-944-7718. SATURDAY • CARS & COFFEE 9am-noon, Gateway Classic Cars provides donuts and coffee. Check out all our new arrivals. At ALL Gateway Classic Cars locations! Eventbrite.com




AMATEUR AND PROFESSIONAL BREWERS ALIKE RAISE A PINT TO THE ART OF BREWING BEER Homebrewers of all skill levels will unite in celebration around the art of brewing beer in November as the American Homebrewers Association® (AHA) hosts its 21st annual Learn to Homebrew Day. This marks an effort by the homebrewing community to spark interest in non-brewers in learning how to make beer at home. Hundreds of events are held at homes, breweries, shops and clubs worldwide. The AHA anticipates over 200 local celebrations and more than 3,000 participants to take part in this year’s celebration. “Learn to Homebrew Day is a great opportunity for those who are new to homebrewing to get involved with the community and learn what makes homebrewing so exciting,” said Gary Glass, director, American Homebrewers Association. “Each year we recognize this creative and rewarding hobby by celebrating with beginners who are eager to brew their first batch to professionals who have been brewing for decades.” Interested homebrewers will find a wealth of resources available through the AHA, including: • Brew Guru®, a free mobile app which delivers money-saving deals on beer, food and homebrew supplies and recipes. • Simple Homebrewing by Drew Beechum and Denny Conn: A guide to homebrewing made accessible and enjoyable through fun and expert tips and tricks. • Learn to Homebrew: Tutorials, tips and recipes for brewing great beer at home. • AHA Forum: Engage with the AHA community on a variety of homebrewing topics. “In addition to the resources available through the AHA, becoming a member provides many benefits beyond homebrewing,” added Glass. “Members have access to more than 2,300 exclusive discounts, access to member-only events and a subscription to Zymurgy® Magazine, among many other perks.” Started in 1999 by the AHA, Learn to Homebrew Day began as a way to promote homebrewing education in the U.S. Since then, it has become a worldwide celebration. Visit HomebrewersAssociation.org to find an event nearby or to register your event. Contact: Calvin Bond (on behalf of the Brewers Association) 970-963-4873 x262 ABOUT THE AMERICAN HOMEBREWERS ASSOCIATION The American Homebrewers Association (AHA) has worked on behalf of the homebrewing community since 1978 and celebrates a membership of more than 46,000 homebrewers. The American Homebrewers Association organizes events including Homebrew Con™ and the National Homebrew Competition. The AHA also publishes Zymurgy® magazine for homebrewers and beer lovers, and offers money-saving deals and recipes via the Brew Guru® mobile app. The AHA is part of the Brewers Association (BA), whose independent craft brewer seal is a widely adopted symbol that differentiates beers by small and independent craft brewers. The BA’s Brewers Publications® division is the leading publisher of contemporary and relevant brewing literature for today’s craft brewers and homebrewers. Beer lovers and anyone interested in making their own beer are invited to learn more at HomebrewersAssociation.org. Follow the AHA on Twitter, and join us on Facebook and Instagram.






“I Oh YOu One”--Or fOur, actuallY. Tickets: www.ticketmaster.com THIRD EYE BLIND


by Matt Jones

Across 1 Multi-purpose shot, for short 4 “___ on a Plane” 10 E-mail from Nigeria, maybe 14 Big Band, for one 15 Start, as a riot



ORLANDO, FL • SAT, 11/16/19 • 8:00 PM

ORLANDO, FL • FRI, 11/16/19 •7:30 PM



16 What programmers write 17 Cameraman’s question about which talk show star to film? 20 Maritime patrol org. 21 Malaria-carrying fly 22 Concert memento


ORLANDO, FL • MON, 11/25/19 • 8:00 PM



25 Darkest part of a shadow 29 Reagan aide Peggy and aviator Fred 34 Shrinking Asian body of water, with 63-down 35 Spanish NBA player who explodes in a volatile fuel mix? 38 Tell the cops everything 39 Coffee server


ORLANDO, FL • FRI, 12/06/19 • 7:00 PM








ORLANDO, FL • SAT, 12/14/19 • 8:00 PM SNOOP DOGG


ORLANDO, FL • TUE, 12/17/19 • 8:00 PM

ORLANDO, FL • SAT, 12/21/19 • 7:00 PM



40 Title role for Peter Weller 42 They tow broken-down cars 43 Use a shiv 45 Menu phrase meaning “you can add pineapple to any item”?

ORLANDO, FL • SUN, 12/29/19 • 6:30 PM

ORLANDO, FL • MON, 01/29/20 • 7:00 PM



26 Prickly bush 27 Tried to attack 28 Pond scum 30 Like some gases 31 “Girl with ___” (Renoir painting) 32 Night, to Noriega 33 Everett of “Citizen Kane” 35 Like annoying salesmen 36 “Glee” character Abrams 37 Take weapons from

48 Atones

41 Pie charts show them: abbr.

49 Country on the Red Sea

44 Flower that helps heal cracked skin

51 Accompany 55 Genie’s home 60 Song from Sarah McLachlan’s “Surfacing”

46 Musician’s org. 50 Smoking alternative, once 52 Strong loathing

61 Must decide which pitching feat to choose?

53 Talk show host Lake

66 Ice skating jump

56 Undecided, in an angsty way

67 Save from peril

57 Old school pronoun

68 It’s small and strummable

58 Shopping trip sheet

69 Side

59 ___ A Sketch

70 Lower, like regions

61 Head cover

71 1/525,600th of a yr.

62 Fire

54 Occupied

63 See 34-across 64 Election Day day: abbr.

1 Introduction

65 “Love, Reign ___ Me” (The Who)

2 Bridge part

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3 Ripped jeans cover-up


24 “And I’m ready ___ right through the sky” (Richard Marx lyric)

47 Put on the payroll



23 MGM opening sound

4 Obedience school lesson 5 Dir. opposite SSE 6 Eight, in Essen 7 Sportages and Spectras 8 Smurf suffix 9 Splinter group 10 Psychological patterns 11 Dove bar?


ORLANDO, FL • FRI, 01/31/20 • 8:00 PM




12 Super Bowl highlights? 13 Got together with 18 Getting older 19 Home of the Beavers, for short







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Backstage Pass November 2019  

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