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Spotlight: Pulp Fest, Bonnie and Clyde, Bee-friendly Garden, and Dog Pack Walk

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Every Friday afternoon, Mark Baratelli, publisher of The Daily City, shares his picks for can’t-miss weekend events in Central Florida.

Pulp Fest Music Festival will be putting 35 bands on 3 stages of bands with the music and the loudness and the people playing the instruments and the vendors to the left and right of the stage selling God knows what – oh you kids and you’re music! Pulp Fest is Sunday 1 in the afternoon to 11:30 at night at Wills Pub.

Back when Faye Dunaway had a human face she starred in a successful film called Bonnie and Clyde. The film was turned into a musical and the folks at Celebration Theatre Company are putting it on Saturday and Sunday at Dr. Phillips Center. For tickets go to celebrationtheatreco.com

A structured pack walk is a walk that shows you how to properly communicate with your dog. Take your dog on a pack walk led by Take the Lead K9 Training on Sunday. For times and details go to taketheleadk9training.com

Learn from Advanced Beekeeper & Master Gardener, Karen Uhlmeyer, how to make your garden “bee” friendly with our beneficial native pollinators. Find out which plants to integrate into your garden to create a year-round food source for honey bees and other native pollinators. The fun takes place Saturday 10 to 11 at Lukas Nursery and Butterfly Encounter on Slavia Road in Oviedo.

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