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Tag Archive: Events + Entertainment

  1. Think Outside the Box Stores this Father’s Day

    If your dad is like the majority of men out there, he is mighty hard to shop for, which always makes showing your appreciation on Father’s Day a creative effort! To offer you some local shopping ideas and to help you think outside of the box stores, read on.

    This Monday (6-10pm), you can find lots of unique and delicious gifts at the Audubon Park Community Market. Rain or shine, the market’s vendors always have a great selection of things your father should fancy- edible and fruiting plants, sweets & chocolates, farm-fresh veggies, and local seafood at Wild Ocean Seafood, and meats from My Yard Farm and Smiling Bison. Whether you plan on grilling out or arranging a daddy’s day brunch, you can find all of your ingredients at the market!

    Weather permitting, you can pack up your ingredients for a picnic in the park! Two of Central Florida’s most beautiful parks are offering free entry for all dads this Sunday. Harry P. Leu Gardens in Audubon Park will be open from 9 am to 5 pm, and Bok Tower Gardens in Lake Whales from 8am to 6pm.

    Finally, if your dad is a handy man, consider refreshing his tool collection with some garden gadgets or a potting bench. Miller’s Hardware in Winter Park has lots of great deals for dad this week too!

    What do you plan on doing for your dad this weekend?

  2. March Update

    Audubon Park is home to some of Central Florida’s unique hangouts, including Stardust, Bikes, Beans & Bordeaux, Redlight Redlight, Blue Bird Bake Shop, Sushi Lola’s, Park Avenue CDs, and more! As we prepare to bring some of the best up-and-coming food artisans to the area, we hope to inspire a new appreciation for Orlando’s food and art culture. Enjoy Orlando Live‘s March video update of East End Market’s development and please share your comments below!

  3. Market Merchants Partake in Progressive Happy Hour

    Help keep Audubon Park unique and funky! Ticket sales for the Progressive Happy Hour benefit the Audubon Park Garden District.

    What do chicken eggs, blueberries, baguettes, butter, charcuterie and fish dips all have in common? About as much as apples and oranges, right? Actually, these products are all grown or produced locally, and more excitingly, you can get a taste at this week’s Farm to Table Progressive Happy Hour in Audubon Park’s Garden District. From 6-8 pm, stroll up and down the business district, enjoying hors d’oeuvres and fine wines, selected by wine expert Sarah Matthew.

    Get a sneak peek of the new Redlight Redlight!

    At this “Farm to Street” celebration, you can visit both new and established shops along the business district. Redlight Redlight will be opening its doors for tours of their beautifully revamped space. Built in the 1950’s, the old “Carrier” building was redesigned by Brent Hernandez and his team of brewmasters, creating yet another one-of-a-kind establishment in Audubon Park.

    Sample bites from East End Market merchants, like Cuts & Craft Artisan Meats

    On the other end of Corrine Drive, an adaptive reuse project of a different kind is underway at East End Market. The abandoned church building will become home to a “producer-only” market hall, incubator kitchen, farm-fresh restaurant, event space and urban garden. Although the market won’t open until February 2013, some of the future market merchants will offer samples on Friday. So, register here, and come meet your neighborhood butcher, seafood specialist, Italian cook, baker, and local produce purveyor! Advance tickets are $25 ($22 for APGD and Slow Food members), or $30 at the door. For more information: click here.