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Brevard County: Art festival to draw crowd to the Space Coast
BREVARD - What started as a handful of local artists attempting to sell some of their work on the sidewalk has grown into the largest juried art show in Brevard County. Once again, thousands of guests are expected to converge in Cocoa Beach Thanksgiving weekend for the 49th annual Space Coast Art Festival. ......
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Indian River County: 'Oklahoma!' more than OK
VERO BEACH - A brilliant blue sky dominated the scene at the Vero Beach Theatre Guild last week until all of a sudden, strains of a delicate melody rose to the ears and a paradoxically strong and tender male voice began to sing. The sky, the singer and the song......
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Martin County: Popular Sunday cabaret series returns
STUART - It's going to be a swinging good time as the Kane Cabaret afternoon concert series returns for its second year. The Council on Aging of Martin County is bringing back the popular series that attracted about 200 to 300 patrons per show. "We had a lot of requests for it this year," said Denise Beliza......
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St. Lucie County: Ministry prepares for annual feast
ST. LUCIE COUNTY - For the last 23 years, Mustard Seed ministries, organizers of the annual community Thanksgiving feast, have cooked, served and given thanks with and for hundreds of county residents. This year, the final details of the event are settling into place, despite a recent setback when one of ......
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Volusia County: Art blossoms in downtown DeLand
Woodland Boulevard blossoms into an artist's garden of color every November as the city hosts the Annual DeLand Fall Festival of the Arts. More than 200 local and national artists will display and sell their artwork in the historic downtown shopping district from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Nov. 17 and 18, just in time for holiday gift-g......
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