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Beer Bomb Bus Tour, St Johns River Fest and Bowling

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Sunday the Beer Bomb Bus Tour run by Sanford’s Imperial Bar is back again, this time at Palm Ridge Reserve. The group meets at The Imperial Bar in Sanford for a beer class, then head to Umatilla to meet Dick and Marti Waters who will teach everything about the distillation process as they walk the group through their brewery. Get your tickets at the Imperial Bar in downtown Sanford.

Also taking place in Sanford, but this one is on Saturday, the St Johns River Festival of the Arts is a new festival experience with more than 150 regionally and nationally accredited fine artists and craftsmen displaying painting, pottery, sculpture, woodworking, photography, jewelry, blown glass and more. For details go to stjohnsriverartfest.com

Saturday the Aloma Bowling Alley hosts live musicians during their Live Music Saturday 9 to midnight at 2530 Aloma Avenue in Winter Park. For more information go to alomabowlingcenters.com.

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