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Spotlight: OMART, Macrame, Digital Art and Spring Fiesta


There’s a special exhibition at the Orlando Museum of Art called “Enduring Beauty: Seminole Art and Culture” that has inspired a fun family day celebrating Native American culture. This free event features hands-on activities, storytelling, music, dancing, free ben & Jerrys ice cream Saturday 10 to 3 at Orlando Museum of Art. Learn how to weave your fingers through a few basic knots to sculpt a beautiful handmade macrame work of art during a class led by Macrame mama!  Tickets provide you with materials, 2 drink tickets for the bar, and a take home, step by step guide to help you remember what you learned. Macrame mamma’s class is Saturday at 4 at Lil Indies in the Mills50 District. What …
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Lucky’s, Raiders and Food Swap


Lucky’s Market has opened and you must go see it. Lucky’s is called a mix between the quality of a Whole Foods and the prices of a Trader Joes. Lucky’s Market is at the corner of Colonial and Alafaya. I’m going there as soon as I get out of this sweaty radio studio. In 1982, three 11-year-old friends from Ocean Springs, Mississippi, did the impossible and filmed a shot-for-shot remake of Raiders of the Lost Ark. Now you can see this kooky masterpiece as part of a documentary about the three kids now adults called Raiders! The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made. It’s showing in Orlando all weekend at enzian movie theatre. For more info go to …
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Arts and Crafts Weekend & Dog Pics with Santa


An Orlando couple is doing an art show featuring twenty years of homemade holiday cards. This sounds so weird and brave I have to go see it on opening night which Saturday starting at 7 at Lil Indies, the bar next to Will’s Pub in the Mills 50 district. The show runs to January 2nd. 75 craftspeople and businesses are getting together in one room for one purpose Saturday: to sell you stuff they either made to sell or bought to re-sell at Holiday Gift Fair at St Luke’s Lutheran Church and School Saturday morning 9 to 2. While pot isn’t legal yet, pottery is! Oh leaf me alone! The Orlando Pottery Festival, the perfect gift for any millennial or …
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