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Calligraphy, Sculpture and Shopping

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Kaye Hanna from the Scribes of Central Florida Calligraphy Guild will lead a jam-packed, one day only copperplate style lettering workshop, supplies and lunch included, on Saturday 10 to 5 at the Sam Flax art store at 1800 East Colonial Drive. Call Sam Flax at 407-898-9785 for reservations.

The giant sculpture made from thin piece of unpainted wood and randomly screwed in light bulbs provide an unexpectedly sophisticated interior for the dance concert called Whisper/Roar Friday and Saturday at 7:30 at The Orange Studio at 1121 N. Mills Avenue in the Mills50 district.

Another visual art and dance concert, Monster, runs this weekend and next at 8 at The Venue at 511 Virginia Drive. Artist Patrick Fatica and Orlando Dance Mamma Blue Star combine their creativity for a scary original piece involving little girls getting lost in the woods.

Date night! Woot! Watch a movie I’ve never heard of called Stuck in Love tonight at 8 in a lovely garden setting at Harry P Leu Gardens at 1920 N Forest Avenue.

And finally, a little self-promotion. Do not judge. The Daily City’s second pop up shop called The Daily City Pop Up Shop brings 30 local  brands of furniture, stationery, leather goods, men’s clothing and more together for optimal weekend shopping tonight to 9, Saturday 10 to 8 and Sunday 10 to 6 at the SoDo shopping center at 120 West Grant Street in lovely South Downtown.


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