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Art Under the Stars the 37th Maitland Rotary Art Festival


table of contents What’s Inside 3 Chariman’s Letter 5 Art & History Museums - Maitland 7 Poster Artist Biography 11 Judges’ Biographies 13 Entertainment Schedule 14 Rotary Information 16 Map 18 Exhibiting Artist Information 32 Dining Information Published by Turnstile Media Group • 1500 Park Center Drive • Orlando,FL • 32835


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chairman’s letter


Welcome to Art Under the Stars, the 37th Maitland Rotary Art Festival. The Festival is a charitable corporation formed by the Rotary Club of Maitland to provide cultural enrichment to the community and funds for local charities. Over the years the festival has produced net proceeds in excess of $500,000, all of which have been donated to charitable organizations. Rotary is a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders that provides humanitarian service, encourages high ethical standards in all vocations and helps build goodwill and peace in the world. 1.3 million Rotarians belong to more than 32,000 clubs in 170 countries. The Rotary Club of Maitland was formed in 1960. Stop by the Rotary tent to learn more about our club and how to get involved. You can also bid on a framed high quality print of the poster art, or buy a raffle ticket for a chance to win one of two brunches for 8 at Bonefish Grill. The Performing Arts of Maitland (PAM) and Art and History Museums-Maitland (A&H) are contributing to this Festival. PAM is providing continuous live musical entertainment and a special performance of the Stage Band Friday evening. A&H is providing judging and awards for Student Art and special activities for participating artists, as well opening the doors of the museums and grounds to the public during expanded hours during the Festival. Take a few moments to enjoy the student art display inside the Civic Center. This feature recognizes and encourages outstanding creativity of the young people in our region’s public and private schools. Buy something from an artist. The Festival is an art sale. The sale of art is the engine that makes this all possible. Have something to eat and drink. Enjoy yourself. It is all for many good causes! Very truly yours,

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art and history museums - maitland The Maitland Art Center was founded as an art colony in 1937 by visionary American artist and architect, André Smith (1880-1959). This tradition continues at the Maitland Art Center today, with gallery exhibitions, art programming, and a strong curriculum of art instruction in an intimate atmosphere. Visit this historic, aesthetic gem set in the middle of busy Central Florida. The Art Center is one of the few surviving examples of “Mayan Revival” or fantasy architecture in the Southeast. The Center is recognized by the State of Florida as an historic site and is entered on the National Register of Historic Places. A&H Activities in conjunction with the Festival: Thursday, October 3: 5:00 PM– 6:30 PM: Artists’ Happy Hour, A&H’s Maitland Art Center 6:45 PM – 9:15 PM: Sketch Club, A&H’s Maitland Art Center Friday, October 4: 6:00 –10:00 PM: A&H’s Waterhouse & Carpentry Shop Museums open Saturday, October 5: 10:00AM – 5:00 PM: Plein Air Demonstrations on Waterhouse lawn 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM: .A&H’s Waterhouse & Carpentry Shop Museums open Sunday, October 6: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM: Front Porch Stories Join A&H Curator of History on the Front Porch of the Waterhouse Residence Museum and share your stories of Maitland’s past. FREE. 10:00AM – 5:00 PM: Plein Air Demonstrations on Waterhouse lawn 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM: .A&H’s Waterhouse & Carpentry Shop Museums open


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poster artist biography Jim Holehouse The oldest of nine children, Jim Holehouse was born in the town of Coshocton, Ohio in 1950. Although interested in fine arts from a young age, he decided to pursue an education in engineering, and later attended the University of Cincinnati. During the grueling winters, Jim had a vision of sunshine, palm covered beaches, and tropical winds… the time had come to leave the Midwest behind tropical watercolor master at work. Jim relocated his life to south Florida, where he attended the Gold Coast sailing school, and then began teaching sailing. As a result, he wound up chartering many trips to the Caribbean and South America. It was during this time that he began an endless fascination with the tropical destinations, the sea, and surrounding architecture. He began working in the watercolor medium, attempting to capture the vivid color, emotion, and spontaneity of the tropics. And all who are familiar with Jim’s work will attest that he has indeed captured that feeling in nearly thirty years of original works. By 1976, Jim and his brothers John and Tom had founded Tropic Art Design in Orlando, FL, handling all publishing and distribution, framing, and shipping of Jim’s fine prints and originals to a worldwide audience. And since its inception, Tropic Art has grown to be a fixture in the central Florida art community, one of very few must-see galleries in the area. Jim’s work has been sold and collected for nearly thirty years, and the value of the paintings from this master watercolor artist has increased along with his growing popularity.

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judges biographies Mamie Joe

A first generation American Chinese, Mamie Joe has always loved art. As a child working in her parents’ small grocery store in the Mississippi delta, she would sit for hours drawing and sketching. Encouraged by her grandfather, himself a professional artist, she never once veered from course, and by the time she finished high school she was already preparing herself for a life, and a future, in art. After attending Delta State University in Cleveland, Mississippi, she completed her B.A. studies at the University of Mississippi in 1970. Ms. Joe has exhibited widely, both in the art fair venue as well as the museum and gallery venue, in which she has participated in more than 300 one- and two-person shows since 1970, including, among others, the High Museum of Art in Atlanta and the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art in North Carolina. Ms. Joe’s work, best described as 2-D Mixed Media, is a cacophony of bold, primary color and shape. Within larger geometric forms and spaces, smaller organically shaped elements co-exist, perfectly balanced and in perfect harmony with the total environment. Although earlier work was clearly abstract and nonrepresentational, the last few years have seen a gradual movement toward the inclusion of such unlikely elements as household furniture, for example. A recognizable but small section of sofa and a small end table adorned with a pot of flowers reside in front of a wall whose colorations could never exist in real life. Boldly colored curtains and stages appear in the background, as if the artist is staging her newly engaged elements under a spotlight as to ensure they don’t go unnoticed. Ms. Joe enjoys sewing and making jewelry in her spare time. She currently resides north of Atlanta.

Dale Rayburn

With his iconic renderings of everyday life, Dale Rayburn has elevated the art of printmaking to the highest level. Armed with an MFA from the University of Mississippi in 1970, Mr. Rayburn went on to teach at several colleges and universities in the southeast. By 1968, however, he had already done his first art festival. His signature portraits, at once supremely gentle and incredibly powerful, are noteworthy for their empathy and understanding that transcends his subject’s ability to get through life and to endure. At first glance, his portraits appear to be snapshots of life at its most mundane, but are in fact brilliantly executed renditions of the daily activities of life that are vitally important to our well-being and to our self-worth. Over and over again, they speak of Mr. Rayburn’s profound respect for the human element. As a founding member of the N.A.I.A. in 1995 (National Association of Independent Artists), and as board member in 1996, he helped steer its formation to become the pre-eminent voice of art fair artists everywhere. In 2009, he helped found the Renaissance Art Festival in Mississippi. Mr. Rayburn retired from the show circuit in 2011 after 43 years, and after taking countless awards and receiving countless accolades for his artwork and for his contributions to the art fair industry. His work resides in such collections as the HighMuseum in Atlanta, YaleUniversity, and the White House in Washington, D.C. He has never compromised his work and his artistic integrity for what he calls “the artistic whims of the moment.” To this day, he is in his studio by 8:00 every morning. Mr. Rayburn and his beloved rescue dog Doodle split their time between a home in north Georgia and a farm in Mississippi.

Jay Song

From a degree in Law to an M.F.A., contemporary jeweler and metalsmith Jay Song is truly a Renaissance woman. Born and raised in South Korea, she was named professor of Metals and Jewelry at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in 1999, and currently serves as Chair of Jewelry and Objects in the School of Design. Her work has been exhibited extensively at home and abroad, including multiple venues in the U.S. (Atlanta; Rochester, N.Y.; New York City; among others), as well as in China and South Korea. Ms. Song’s work has been featured in several periodicals, including Metalsmith magazine, as well as two textbooks (21st Century Jewelry: The Best of the 500 Series; and The Ring). In 2012, she was awarded the prestigious Art Educator of the Year Award by Niche magazine, after having been nominated no fewer than three times before. She has received SCAD’s Presidential Fellowship Award. This past April, her students were invited to show their work at the annual Smithsonian Craft Show in Washington D.C., and were the only such group in the country this year invited to do so. Utilizing primarily sterling silver, which she says symbolizes “purity and quietude,” Ms. Song meticulously constructs unique, oversized works that “draw in the wearer and viewer by generating tensions between visible surfaces and concealed interiors” (Metalsmith magazine). They are pieces of sculpture to be viewed and admired, as well as pieces of jewelry to be worn as adornments. As a communicative form, both ceremonial and decorative functions are intrinsic qualities inherent to each piece, and more recently she has begun incorporating various papers into the work. Whether her objects are lanterns that are meant to hang from hands that pray or meditate, or whether they hang from rings of the wearer, the common denominator is one of intense, multi-surfaced detail and sheer beauty. Ms. Song enjoys all genres of music, from country to classical, and practices yoga in her spare time. 37th Annual Maitland Rotary Art Festival


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You will love hearing music sponsored by the Performing Arts of Maitland all weekend at the Rotary Art Festival, and you can enjoy them all year long! Maitland Symphony Orchestra Provides orchestral performance opportunities for community volunteer musicians of all ages. Educates and enriches community audiences and provides collaboration with other performing art mediums, i.e., acting, dancing, choral, writing and poetry reading. We aim to provide opportunities for young community artists to grow as soloists or ensemble participants. August – May, every Thursday 7-9 pm at First Presbyterian Church of Maitland 340 N. Orlando Ave., open to public.

Maitland Market Music Enjoy “Market” performers at the Maitland Rotary Art Festival on North and South stages. Local songwriters, singers and musicians perform at Lake Lily for Maitland Farmer’s Market every Sunday 10am-1pm, and every Tuesday at the Truck Cafe 6-9 pm. Every 2nd Friday from November, the Market performers will entertain at the Maitland Art and History Associations’ Culture and Cocktails at the Germaine Marvel Building.

Maitland Poets and Writers Features an array of local literary talent. Holds writing workshops on the 2nd and 4th Sunday afternoons. Visit the Facebook page on website for date and location of workshops.

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Swinging 16-piece stage band performs at local area events like Taste of Maitland, at Lake Lily Park. Listen to their sound on the website or at Monday night rehearsals, 7-9 pm in the Germaine Marvel building on Packwood Ave. Book this band!

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entertainment schedule 37th Annual Maitland Rotary Art Festival North Stage Friday, october 4 6:30 to 9:30

South Stage Friday, october 4

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6:30 to 8:00 8:30 to 9:30

Saturday, october 5 10:00 to 11:15 11:30 to 12:45 1:00 to 2:15 2:30 to 4:00 4:15 to 5:45 6:00 to 7:15 7:45 to 9:30

Saturday, october 5

Flint Blade & Honeydew Vicky & Azad The Forefathers Kayonne Riley Dustin Stafford Betsy & Jake Joe Van & Road Soda

10:00 to 11:00 11:30 to 12:45 1:15 to 2:30 3:00 to 4:30 5:00 to 5:45 6:00 to 7:30 8:00 to 9:30

Sunday, october 6 10:00 to 11:30 11:45 to 1:15 1:30 to 3:00 3:15 to 4:45

Maitland Stage Band directed by Gary Blalock The Loria Brothers

Orlando Brass Quintet Swedo Bryan Mays Trio Cure for Caska Waterhouse play at Carpenters Shop The Master Blasters Daniel Heitz Band

Sunday, october 6

Mountain Brew Brian Smalley Holcomb Brothers Lauren Lester

10:00 to 11:30 12:00 to 1:30 1:45 to 3:00 3:15 to 4:45

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rotary information Founded in 1960, the Rotary Club of Maitland celebrates 53 years of service in 2013. Countless hours invested by a group of 30 local volunteers and business leaders, the Rotary Club of Maitland has produced the Maitland Rotary Art Festival for 37 years. Thank you to the members of the Rotary Club of Maitland for their dedication to service above self: Channing Bolick, Paul Ciambriello, Rick Clements, Patrick Curtis, Bud Estes, Kelly Feist, Tom Frank, Jeannette Gassie, Marshall Gibbs, David Guber, Russ Hale, Mike Ison, Joe Jowdy, Bernie Kahn, Kelley Lesperance, Rob Lesperance, John Mai, Bob Mellen, Bill Nolan, Tom O’Connor, Steve Palvisak, Ralph Paul, Arleen Poston, Steve Ruta, Robbie Schultz, John Tenuto, Jason Toll, Benjamin Urrutia, Jack Vaughan, Eddie Waldheim. Many of these members, through support of their businesses, have purchased ads in this program in order to support “Art Under the Stars”. Please thank our sponsors and advertisers for their support of this community project with their advertising dollars. In addition to the “Art Under the Stars” other community projects of The Rotary Club of Maitland include: • RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards), the club provides scholarships for up to three 10th grade students to attend a weekend of leadership training annually. Monthly volunteer service – the club donates food and labor to provide a monthly dinner to groups such as Habitat for Humanity, House of Hope, Coalition for the Homeless, Maitland Middle School Band. • Student of the Month – the club recognizes an 8th grade student from Maitland Middle, Orangewood Christian, Hebrew Day School and St. Mary Magdalene weekly during the school year. • Annual Work day at the Art & History Museums – Maitland Grants were provided from the Art Festival proceeds to the following organizations as a result of the 2012 “Art Under the Stars” • Central Florida YMCA (for the Eatonville Swim Program) Conductive Education Center (Summer camp for physically disabled children) 14 37th Annual Maitland Rotary Art Festival

Dental Clinic service trip to Guatamala Habitat for Humanity (Winter Park/Maitland) Maitland Friends of First Responders The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (Back to School Program) Maitland Library Performing Arts of Maitland The Rotary Foundation (Polio Plus) Search & Rescue of Central Florida Boy Scout Troop 205 Over $45,000 was given to these charities through the generous donations from the patrons of this event, including cash sponsors, sale of food and beverage, sale of festival posters and parking fees. A portion of the proceeds from the 2013 Festival will be allocated to building the Rotary Plaza, a permanent stage on the grounds of the Art & History Museums - Maitland. This gift to the City of Maitland from the Rotary Club of Maitland through the Maitland Rotary Art Festival will provide an outdoor performance venue. Stop by the Rotary tent at the festival to see the site plan for the improvements at the Art Center. Rotary Club of Maitland is a member of Rotary International. Rotary is a global network of community volunteers. Rotary builds international understanding through scholarships, exchange programs and humanitarian grants. Throughout the world, Rotary clubs participate in a broad range of educational, intercultural and humanitarian activities designed to improve the lives of others. We meet weekly at the Maitland Civic Center for one hour on Tuesdays at 7:30am. If you are interested in learning more about Rotary and how you can become involved in community service and meet business leaders, please join us for breakfast! Follow us on Facebook to find out more about our club activities and service projects.

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Sharon Burridge Merritt Island, FL

John Mascoll Safety Harbor, FL

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Andres Medina St. Pete, FL

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Michael OToole Lake Mary, FL

Bobbi Baugh Deland, FL

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John Jennings Deltona, FL

Kyoung-Joa Park Rochelle Park, NJ

Daniel Bondroff Miami, FL

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Nick Alexiades Kissimmee, FL

Jeff Eckert Tampa, FL

Vicki Jones Belle Isle, FL

William Carlie Winter Park, FL

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Vicki Fergusun Altamonte Springs, FL

John Margerum Oviedo, FL

Sana Doumet Clearwater, FL

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Helma Mezey Cocoa, FL

Leon & Eva Oziel Sunrise, FL

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Patricia Karnes Winter Park, FL

Peggy Miller Melbourne Beach, FL

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Deborah Marchese Melbourne Beach, FL

Oscar Rivero Port St. Lucie, FL

Candyce Moreland Oviedo, FL

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Renee Martin Palm Beach Gardens, FL

Joyce Nelson Coconut Grove, FL

Haydar Martha Serezli Atlanta, GA

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Lorrie Mason Tampa, FL

Michael Soutar Stamford, CT

Christian Nevin Apopka, FL

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Michael McLaughlin Longboat Key, FL

Ted Striewski Fort Pierce, FL

Rachael Newman Bluffton, SC

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Claudia Melchiorre Cape Canaveral, FL

Teresa Nilsson Sebastian, FL

Mike Venghaus Niceville, FL

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Cantave Casseus Kissimmee, FL

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Rolly Ray Reel Maitland, FL

Helen Avalon Orlando, FL

Sergey Cherep Acworth, GA

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Walter Barrows Orlando, FL

Faith Cotter Casselberry, FL

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Cheryl Mackey Smith Winter Park, FL

Koko Brandao Lakeland, FL

Kuei Dorman Orlando, FL

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David Edmund Tampa, FL

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Thomas Carmon Altamonte Springs, FL

Martin Figlinski Lynn Haven, FL

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D. Renee Wilson Sanford, FL

Kate Carney Eustis, FL

Jim Holehouse Winter Garden, FL

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Eddie Myers Lake Mary, FL

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Sandi Jackson Deltona, FL

Araik Minasyan Charlotte, NC

Carol Napoli New Smyrna Beach, FL

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John Shevlin, Jr Gulfport, FL

Dale Forrest Boone, NC

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John Whipple Winter Park, FL

Robert Green Winter Park, FL

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H.J. Herrera Alachua, FL

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Loretta Youngman Ormond-by-the-Sea, FL

Jim Hogan Palmetto, FL

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Paul Ingwalson Lake Mary, FL

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Marty Campbell Gulf Breeze, FL

Heather Marie Krick Orlando, FL

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Ellie Diez-Massaro Winter Park, FL

Jesse Kunerth Palm Bay, FL

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David Leach Chiefland, FL

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Steve Vaughn Winter Park, FL

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Sky Campbell Gainesville, FL

Katherine Mathisen Ocoee, FL

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Robert Kastrinos Orlando, FL

Franco Castelluccio Orlando, FL

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Booth 159

Booth 52

Jinsong Kim Mims, FL

Susan Gott Tampa, FL

Bill Slade Jacksonville, FL

Booth 13

Booth 33

Booth 24

Noah Kirk Dade City, FL

Will Grant Bradenton, FL

Andrea Striewski Fort Pierce, FL

Booth 175

Booth 122

Booth 28

Al Vinsant Sterrett, AL

Antanas Ulevicius St. Petersburg, FL

Steven Gregory Tampa, FL

Booth 130

Booth 67

Booth 59

Charles Hazelaar Cape Canaveral, FL Booth 89 37th Annual Maitland Rotary Art Festival


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2012 winners BeST oF ShoW: Jeffery Eckert, Tampa, Florida, Drawing

BeST oF CATeGory: Fine Crafts, Jeffery Matter, Orlando, Florida Graphics, Drawing, Vicki Jones, Belle Isle, Florida Jewelry, Patricia Karnes, Winter Park, Florida Mixed Media, Rolly Ray Reel, Maitland, Florida Painting, Carol Napoli, New Smyrna Beach, Florida Photography, Marius Moore, Gulfport, Florida Pottery, Patick Dragon, Marquette, Michigan Sculpture, Bill Slade, Jacksonville, Florida

AWArdS oF eXCeLLeNCe: Kuei Dorman, Orlando, Florida Susan Gott, Tampa, Florida Bea Hatala, Danielsville, Georgia Robert Kastrinos, Orlando, Florida John Kellum, Orlando, Florida Sooro Kim, Longwood, Florida Craig McMillin, Folsom, Louisiana Eddie Myers, Lake Mary, Florida James Nemnich, Indialantic, Florida Cheryl Smith, Winter Park, Florida Lynn Whipple, Winter Park, Florida John Whipple, Winter Park, Florida

Festival Guide Winter Springs and Maitland

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Saturday, October 12 & Sunday, October 13 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Central Park • 150 Florida Artists • Children’s Activities by • Crealdé School of Art • Live Entertainment • Food Vendors • Sidewalk Sale

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dining guide dining options in the area Antonio’s La Fiamma Ristorante 611 South Orlando Avenue 407-645-1035

Einstein Bros Bagels 441 S. Orlando Ave 407 644-3892

Applebees 298 Southhall Ln (407) 475-0207

Firehouse Subs 421 South Orlando Avenue 407 788-7827

JazzTastings 164 Lake Ave. 407-661-1190

First Watch Restaurant 1221 South Orlando Avenue 407-740-7437

Jersey Mike’s Subs 246 N. Orlando Avenue 407-790-4839

Francesco’s Ristorante & Pizzeria 400 South Orlando Avenue 407-960-5533

Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches 400 S. Orlando Ave 407 622-0900

Gordon’s Be Back Fish House 558 E Kennedy Blvd 407 644-6640

Kappy’s 501 N Orlando Ave (407) 647-9099

Grande Café 600 N Lake Destiny Rd 407 551-7626

Lindas Café 2600 Lake Lucien Dr 407 875-0417

Grayborn Restaurant 500 N Maitland Ave 407 599-6065

Park Center Café 2500 Maitland Ctr Pkwy 407 660 0263

Greenhouse Cafe 2300 Maitland Center Pkwy 407-660-2503

RanGetsu 901 S. Orlando Ave. 407-345-0044

Hartford Café 211 Quayside Circle 407 660-2523

Sam Snead’s Tavern 1801 N. Maitland Avenue 407-622-8800

Athena Roasted Chicken 487 South Orlando Avenue 407-539-0669 Buca di Beppo Italian Restaurant 1351 South Orlando Avenue 407-622-7663 Cheers 157 Candace Dr 407 834-6300 Cisco’s Café 851 Trafalgar Ct 407 667-4343 Copper Rocket Pub 106 Lake Ave. Maitland, FL 32751 407 645-0069 Cousins Coffee Café 558 E. Kennedy Blvd 407 265-2233 Crossroads Café 2301 Maitland Ctr Pkwy 407 875-0313 Eden Bar 1300 S Orlando Ave 407 629-1088 32 37th Annual Maitland Rotary Art Festival

Hillstone Restaurant 215 S Orlando Ave 407 740-4005

Houtens Cafe 901 901 N Lake Destiny Rd (407) 660-2538

Seoul Garden Restaurant & Grill 511 E. Horatio Avenue 407-599-5199

The Silly Grape 1720 Fennell St 407 790-7999

The Sugar Suite 1630 S Orlando Ave. 321 972-8650

SoNapa Grille 640 S. Orlando Avenue 407-637-2933

Tiffany Ice Cream and Sandwich 411 E. Kennedy Blvd 407 660-9197

Sonny’s Real Pit Bar-B-Q 2605 Maitland Center Pkwy 407-660-8888 Subway 1011 Maitland Center Commons Blvd


Vittori’s 457 S. Orlando Ave 407 599-5171

Browns New York Deli 1201 S. Orlando Ave 407 690-6999

407 660-7362



Churrascaria We serve fifteen different cuts of beef, lamb, chicken and pork, all cooked on skewers and served in a table side manner by our “Gauchos.” We also have a Gourmet Salad Bar with items ranging from smoked salmon to fresh asparagus, mouth watering hotfont dishes“Apple and additional assorted seafood Churrascaria Chancery” options. Come experience dining with a flair!

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