The War Years, Wine Walk, Art Sells and Brunch
Do your kids want to see how Grandma lived when she was young, vibrant, tanned, lithe… available? Then take them this Saturday to a new exhibit that features recreations of a living room, children’s room and kitchen as they would have appeared in the 1940s. Travel back in time with your family at the Winter Park Historical Museum in the same building as the Winter Park Farmers Market. For details go to wphistory.org.
Ivanhoe Village is doing a Wine Walk tomorrow. Pay the equivalent of 12 Grande light roast coffees to get a cup of wine from each store you pass as you stroll narrow sidewalks and greet passersby with a tip of the hat and a judging side-eye. Google Ivanhoe Village for tickets.
Do you go to Winter Park Art Festival and think “I can do that!” Who doesn’t because some of these artists I mean… Well, now’s your chance to learn how to go from “do that “to “sell that” during a class called “Art Always Sells.” In the class, you’ll learn techniques for selling art at live events and through social media. The fee is the equivalent of 10 Grande light roast coffees. For tickets go to samflaxorlando.com.
And finally, Orlando Weekly takes all the best brunching spots and puts them into one room during “United We Brunch” tomorrow afternoon. Expect all you can eat food and drinks, live music and a painful Uber ride home. Tickets are the equivalent of 20 Grande light roast coffees. For details go to orlandoweekly.com.
And as always, Orlando is wonderful.
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