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Photo by Rubia Lucia Mercury: Puerto Rican celebrations of the biblical Three Kings can include the aguinaldos.

Spotlight: Puerto Rican Aguinaldos

https://wmfeimages.s3.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/IntroMusic.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSTo thousands of Puerto Ricans in Central Florida, this is the season of aguinaldos. From Christmastime through January’s Three Kings festivities, late-night carolers show up at homes to wake residents with these musical gifts. Wilmer Gonzalez is a Puerto Rican native who plays music at Iglesia Cristiana de Kissimmee. With the help of singer Luis Torres, he demonstrated the aguinaldos last year in a conversation with 90.7’s Amy Kiley.   Hear more aguinaldos here:
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Farmers Market Crawl

This weekend, I recommend doing a farmers market crawl. Go to every farmers market in the immediate Central Florida area and compare them to each other. Here are a few to start with. Friday nights, Deland has an evening farmers market 6 to 9 at Artisan Alley. Saturday mornings, there are several markets. Lake Mary hosts their farmers market at City Hall on Saturdays 9 to 1:30. Sanford hosts their farmers market in downtown Sanford at East First Street and Magnolia Avenue Saturdays 9 to 2. Winter Garden hosts their farmers market at 300 West Plant Street Saturdays 9 to 2. Winter Park hosts their farmers market at 200 West New England Avenue Saturdays 7 to 1. Sunday mornings, farmers …
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