Winter Park Farmer’s Market

The Winter Park Farmer’s Market 200 West New England Avenue, Winter Park

The Saturday Farmers’ Market is the NUMBER ONE produce and plant market in central Florida which takes place every Saturday morning from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Central Park West Meadow, located at the corner of New York Avenue & Morse Boulevard. It is a popular community gathering place that provides fine produce, plants,… Continue reading Winter Park Farmer’s Market

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Outdoor Family Storytime at Oviedo Library

Oviedo Library 310 Division Street, Oviedo

Join us just outside the Library for the return of IN-PERSON Storytimes including stories, rhymes, music, and movement! Pre-registration is required; space is limited. Social distancing measures will be in place. Registration will open 2 weeks before the event. Join us just outside the Library for the return of IN-PERSON Storytimes including stories, rhymes, music,… Continue reading Outdoor Family Storytime at Oviedo Library

EXHIBITION TOUR- Path to Paradise: The Artistic Legacy of Dante’s Divine Comedy

Cornell Fine Arts Museum 1000 Holt Ave , FL, Winter Park

Join Guest Curator Isaac Gorres (‘21) for a tour of Path to Paradise: The Artistic Legacy of Dante’s Divine Comedy. Isaac will provide historical context for The Divine Comedy, the medieval epic about the realms of the Catholic afterlife. Artists continue to turn to Dante for inspiration, and the paintings and sculptures in this exhibition… Continue reading EXHIBITION TOUR- Path to Paradise: The Artistic Legacy of Dante’s Divine Comedy

Classics Book Club Discussion

University Club of Winter Park 841 North Park Avenue, Winter Park

Presented by the University Club of Winter Park.  We will discuss Fathers and Sons (or Fathers and Children) by Ivan S. Turgenev. About The University Club The University Club is a diverse group of men, women, and couples who enjoy intellectual activities and socializing with each other. With backgrounds in education, business, government, the military, medicine,… Continue reading Classics Book Club Discussion