Jan 16 Monday
The Studios of Cocoa Beach begins the New Year with two solo exhibits. “A Fused Glass Retrospective by Jamille Haddad” and “Painting the Tropics by Delia Swenson” will be on view from January 3 to January 29.
Jamille Haddad has been working in glass for 40 years. After reading an article in a stained glass journal, he became intrigued by the possibilities of fused glass,and learned the basics at the Bullseye Fusing Ranch in Portland, Oregon, His exhibit includes examples of fused glass techniques including glass panels, plates, sculptural vases, dam casts, gold enameling and other functional works
Delia Swenson paints in oils on wood and canvas capturing the natural colors of our tropical environment. She explores the beauty of local gardens and flowers,as well as Florida beaches, parks, and recreational areas. Her masterful use of color and composition brings her landscapes to life. You can almost hear the wind and smell the flowers and salt air in her realistic oil paintings.
The Studios of Cocoa Beach is located at 159 Minutemen Causeway in downtown Cocoa Beach. This non-profit gallery is open Monday to Saturday 9 am to 7 pm, and Sunday 10 am to 3 pm. Visit the website www.studiosofcocoabeach.org for artist profiles, upcoming classes and more, or follow them on Facebook and Instagram.
You've been transported back to the 1930's and have 60 minutes to complete the séance and contact Harry Houdini!
On the anniversary of his death every year since his passing, Bess Houdini performed a séance at The Knickerbocker hotel in hopes of contacting Houdini. Can you help her succeed before she puts out the lights on Harry’s shrine for good?
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Adults $35 | Student/Military $31.50
The Bellies, Babies, & Beyond program is an initiative of Healthy Start providing valuable information for a healthy birth outcome. The W.I.S.E. Women and Infant Support Education is a six-week seminar for pregnant and non-pregnant women, mothers, fathers, & support persons.
This annual vigil celebrates the life and impact of Dr. King Jr. The vigil, this year, highlights the theme "Power of Endurance." Dr.Yohuru Williams, Distinguished University Chair, Professor of History, and Founding Director of the Racial Justice Initiative at the University of St. Thomas, will speak. There will also be a special Rollins Theater and Dance Department performance.
Jan 17 Tuesday
Enjoy a talk with Dana K. White, creator of the popular podcast and blog, A Slob Comes Clean, as she imparts tips from her books Organizing for the Rest of Us and Decluttering at the Speed of Life.
CareerSource Central Florida (CSCF) is inviting students and parents to attend an information session to learn more about its Summer Youth Program 2023. Participants will receive beneficial information about the program and its three tracks (Explore, Engage, and Experience). Staff will be available to answer any questions before completing the Summer Youth Program application.
Jan 18 Wednesday
Join us to learn about employment opportunities, community resources, and workshops!
Level Up Orange, a program of CareerSource Central Florida, is designed to help Orange County residents who have been impacted by COVID-19 to “level up” their income with free career support, training, paid internships, and neighborhood resources to overcome employment challenges and increase wages.
Be sure to pre-register for this event in order to secure your invitation!
Register here: http://www.CareerSourceCentralFlorida.com/JobMarket