Community Calendar


Brevard County

The 39 StepsTHE 39 STEPS
August 17 through September 23 - Friday, Saturday 8:00PM - Sunday 2:00PM
Melbourne Civic Theatre - 817 East Strawbridge Ave. - Melbourne

Combining a spy thriller with farcical comedy and ingenious theatrical invention, The 39 Steps is an engaging, fast-paced whodunit that celebrates the magic of theater. Closely following the storyline of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1935 film, the play features more than 150 characters brought to life by a cast of just four actors – all putting their many side-splitting skills to the test in this wildly entertaining experience. Call for pricing. 321-723-6935 or www.mymct.org

Flagler County

auditVOLUNTEER
Flagler Auditorium - 3265 Highway 100 - Bunnell

There are many opportunities for volunteer work including back stage helpers, hospitality and food service, ushering, parking assistance, and much more.  All volunteers must first complete "School Volunteer Application of Flagler County" For additional information – call 386-437-7547



gamble_rogers_recreational_areaGAMBLE ROGERS MEMORIAL STATE RECREATION AREA AT FLAGLER BEACH
3100 S. Ocean Shore Blvd - Flagler Beach

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreation Area at Flagler Beach hosts programs and events throughout the year. The park offers many recreational opportunities to visitors with disabilities. Reservations are not required but notification of participation is requested. The cost of each event is included in the regular park entrance fee of $5.00 per carload of two to eight people, $4.00 for one person in a car and $2.00 per pedestrian or bicyclist. For assistance or details, contact the park at (386) 517-2086. For more information, visit www.floridastateparks.org/gamblerogers.

flagler_county_humane_society_thrift_storeFLAGLER HUMANE SOCIETY THRIFT SHOP
Now Open 10:00AM to 3:00PM - Alamo Commerce Center
4490 N. U.S. 1 (Suite 108) -  Bunnell

Bargain shopping. Donations of clean, used furniture accepted. Please call before dropping off large items. 386-446-4501. Now open with new hours and days. Closed on Wednesdays and Sundays.



vince_carter_sanctuaryVINCE CARTER SANCTUARY
301 Justice Ln - Bunnell
Slam Dunk Addiction!

The world's most advanced drug and alcohol treatment center.  Rehab, detox, dual diagnosis addiction treatment center. 24 Hour Access – 1-800-539-4228.  www.VinceCarterSanctuary.org





gods_family_church_food_pantryCHURCH PANTRY DOOR IS OPEN
Each Sunday
God’s Family Bible Church
801 N. State Street (US 1) - Bunnell

Continuing the second year of providing food to the community in need.  All types of organic foods are distributed.  Pantry food varies from week to week.  Milk, eggs, rice, seasonings, oil, canned food, yogurt, frozen products and dairy products are some of the items.  Available immediately following each of the Sunday worship services -  10:00AM and Spanish service at 12:30PM.  No special criteria or requirement  Items dispensed free of charge.  Further information by calling 386-586-4019 or online at: www.godsfamilybiblechurch.org 

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SAVE A PET
SECOND CHANCE RESCUE
110 Bimini Lane - Bunnell

Second Chance Rescue is a local non-profit organization that takes in abandoned dogs, cats and other animals, and provides them with medical care, and in some cases rehabilitation, before placing them in new homes. SCR is funded 100 percent by donations, and has rescued and found new homes for more than 500 dogs, cats and other animals in the past 12 months. SCR has a true no-kill policy. To contribute or donate to SCR, or if you are interested in adopting an animal, visit Second Chance Rescue. All donations to SCR are tax deductible.  Telephone:  1-800-SAVE-A-PET

first_ame_church_palm_coastHEALING SERVICES AND TEACHING
Second Sunday of each month - 3:00PM

First A.M.E. Church 91 Old Kings Road Palm Coast. Reverend Gillard S. Glover and the healing team of: First African Methodist Episcopal Church of Palm Coast.





flagler_beach_historical_museumFLAGLER BEACH HISTORICAL MUSEUM
Monday through Saturday - 10:00AM to 4:00PM
(Hours seasonal; call 386-517-2025)

From the Stone Age to the Space Age: Photos, artifacts, books and other items relating to the history of Flagler Beach and Flagler County from prehistoric remains to items related to the Space Shuttle Endeavour.  Free, donations welcome. 207 S. Central Avenue, Flagler Beach www.flaglerbeachmuseum.com

Lake County

 


Marion County

Gardening for DummiesGARDENING FOR DUMMIES
September 24 through 28 - 6:00PM to 8:00PM
Marion County Extension Service auditorium - 2232 NE Jacksonville Road - Ocala

If you think you were born without a green thumb but turn pea green with envy when you see your neighbors’ successful gardens, UF/IFAS Marion County Extension Service has a class for you. This five-session Gardening for Dummies course starts at the root of successful gardening with lessons on creating nutrient-rich soil for your future plants. Next, learn to sow successful seeds, grow vegetables and keep your lawn green. Subsequent sessions cover how to beat insects, weeds and plant diseases in the battle for your garden. Lastly, learn to use micro-irrigation to efficiently keep your plants healthy and save you both water and money. The class fee of $25 per person or $40 per couple covers the class materials. For more information, call 352-671-8400 or visit www.marioncountyfl.org/extensionservice.htm.

Tango Del CieloTANGO DEL CIELO
Friday - September 24 - 7:30PM
College of Central Florida Theatre - 3001 S.W. College Road - Ocala

Charles R. Dassance Fine Ats Center, 3001 SW College Rd, Ocala. Performance features a heavenly blend of Argentine Tango, Spanish Flamenco and classical and Latin Jazz. For more information: 352-873-5810 or visit: Tango Del Cielo.


Ocala Cultural FestivalOCALA CULTURAL FESTIVAL
Saturday - October 13 - 1:00PM to 8:00PM
Downtown Ocala on the Square - Ocala

A celebration of diversity in the community. A smorgasbord of FUN, food, music and dance that anyone and everyone can enjoy. For more information: 352-629-8444.

Orange County

mobile_medical_unitFREE HEALTH CARE FOR HOMELESS
The Tree of Life Ministries of Orlando - 8:00PM to 4:30PM - 5005 Silver Star Rd. and Pine Hills Road - Orlando

On the last Wednesday of every month, a medical mobile unit will be on site to give medical attention to homeless people. To qualify as homeless the person can not have a residence in his or her name and no insurance. Free food and clothes will be given out while supplies last. Contact Information: (407) 704-6923.

zoraZORA NEALE HURSTON NATIONAL MUSEUM OF FINE ART
227 E. Kennedy Blvd - Eatonville

The museum provides information about Eatonville and pays tribute to Zora Neale Hurston by showcasing the work of artists of African descent.  Open Monday Friday 9:00AM to 4:00PM, Sunday 2:00PM to 5:00PM.  Admission is free, though a donation is requested.  More information available by calling 407-647-3307 or visiting online at www.zoranealehurstonfestival.com

oclibSTORY TIME AT ORANGE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY
Monday through Friday at various times

GAB Grandparents and Books.  Grandparents read to children at the library in an informal setting each day of the week. 
Call library for times:  407-835-7323.




MOVIE WEDNESDAYS

Free movie screenings for public viewing 3PM at Orlando Public Library
101 E. Central Blvd. For more information: 407-835-7323
Osceola County

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Seminole County

centennialCITY OF SANFORD:  CINEMA IN THE PARK
Ongoing  at sunset - Third Friday of each month
Centennial Park - 5th Street and Park Avenue
Sanford

On the third Friday of each month at sunset, bring your lawn chair and the family and go to a movie under the stars. Free popcorn!  407-688-5004, www.sanfordfl.gov  Centennial Park
5th Street and Park Ave.


scplFREE HOMEWORK HELP
Wednesdays - 4:00PM to 6:00PM - East Branch Library - 310 Division Street - Oviedo

Seminole County Friends of the Library is sponsoring a free homework help program on Wednesdays at the East Branch Library in Oviedo. Local high school students will provide one-on-one help for one- hour sessions. Registration in advance is required. Call 407-902-7870 for more information.

sanford_zooCENTRAL FLORIDA ZOO AND BOTANICAL GARDENS
3755 N.W. 17-92 - Sanford

Enter the enchanted, tropical world of the Central Florida Zoo and Botanical Gardens, a relaxing, entertaining and educational experience for the entire family.  Celebrate wildlife year-round with an Annual Membership Pass!  The Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens most visible role is to provide it’s visitors with recreation and the opportunity to observe and learn about it’s unique and interesting animals and plant life.  Call:  407-323-4450.
Volusia County
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THE MUSEUM OF ARTS AND SCIENCES OPENS GAMBLE PLACE AT SPRUCE CREEK
Fridays and Saturdays - 10:00AM to 3:00PM - 1819 Taylor Road - Port Orange

The Museum of Arts and Sciences is pleased to announce that due to a generous contribution from an anonymous donor it will open its doors once again at Gamble Place for weekend tours.  The cracker-style winter residence of James N. Gamble (of Procter and Gamble) will re-open Friday, July 16, 2010. Educational tours of the grounds and buildings built by Gamble and his family will be offered to the public by the Museum of Arts and Sciences Fridays and Saturdays from 10am to 3pm with guided house tours at 10am, 12pm and 2pm. Tours are $6 for adults, $5 for seniors and $3 for children 6 to 17; children 5 and under will be admitted for free. Tours for 10 or more are available 7 days per week with advance reservation.  For questions about visiting Gamble Place please contact the Museum at (386) 255-0285.

MOAS - MUSEUM MEMBERSHIP; THE GIFT THAT LASTS 12 MONTHS

Memberships can now be purchased in the OnLine Store at:   www.moas.org. Free unlimited admission to MOAS,the museum planetarium, children’s center and 90 acre nature preserve. Discounts on travel, classes and in museum store. Free general admission to 300 museums and science centers around the world. More information may be obtained by phoning The Museum of Arts and Sciences Daytona Beach at: 386-255-0285.

ORMOND BEACH HISTORICAL TRUST WELCOME CENTER AND MUSEUM
Tuesday through Saturday (Closed Sunday)
10:00AM to 4:00PM
38 E. Granada Blvd. - Ormond Beach

Historical photographs, displays, 20 minute historical orientation video, “Ormond Discovery” FREE More information by calling:  386-677-7005.


wdscbuildingTHE MISSION IS …QUALITY

Public Television and Daytona State College go hand in hand, and it’s found on Channel 15.
How fortunate our area is to have a television station devoted to the communities, programming and education right here in our backyard. An important component of making this possible is YOU as a Member. Click on: www.wdsctv.org  and consider becoming a member today. Any amount you can afford to be part of our family is appreciated.



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WEDNESDAY MOVIE MATINEES
Ongoing Wednesday afternoons - 2:00PM - Southeast Museum of Photography ( Madorsky Theater) Daytona State College - 1200 W. International Speedway Blvd. - Daytona Beach

Enjoy lunch at Daytona State College’s Café 101 and follow up with a comfortable seat in the Southeast Museum of Photography’s Madorsky Theater for the new afternoon matinee film series.  Located in the Mori Hosseini Center at the front of campus.  Free gallery admission and visitor parking.  For film titles,  schedule and reservations, call 386-506-3859.

YES, YOU CAN

Balance your busy lifestyle with convenient ONLINE and hybrid classes to earn a certificate, AA degree or BAS degree.  Don’t Wait-Enroll TODAY!  Find out more by calling 386-506-3059 or visit www.DaytonaState.edu/online

TIME FOR A MAKEOVER
Weekend/Evening Classes at Daytona State College

Train to be a Hairstylist, salon Manager, Artistic Director, Platform Artist or to work for a major cosmetic company.  Register now for Spring Classes.  Call for times and locations.  386-506-4452 or visit online at: http://www.daytonastate.edu/.  


DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE

More Affordable, Convenient Education for you. More for our community. Our new state designated name means even greater opportunities and services for you, such as: MORE bachelor’s and associate’s degrees than ever before. MORE new state-of-the-art facilities, MORE GAS SAVING flexible schedules and on-line courses, MORE exciting campus activities. Find Yourspace For Higher Education at DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE 386-506-4471 www.daytonastate.edu.

TOASTMASTER EDUSPEAKERS CLUB
1st and 3rd Tuesday every month – Daytona State College – Bldg. 150 – Room 405 – 4:00 to 5:00PM - 1200 W. International Speedway Blvd – Daytona Beach

Supportive and Positive place to practice communication and leadership skills.  Develop better speaking  and presentation skills.  Build strong Leadership skills.  Additional information 386-506-3858.

PROPERTY AND CASUALITY PRE-LICENSING COURSE OFFERED ON-LINE
Registration now available

Become a licensed insurance property and casualty agent without the loss of production income and time. No classroom required. Take all 200 hours online! Required textbook: “Florida General Lines Agent Study Manual” Offered by the Center for Community and Professional Education at Daytona State College. To register and obtain additional information call: 386-506-3858 or e-mail: ruedl@DaytonaState.edu

CAFE 101
Daytona State College - 1200 W. Int’l Speedway Blvd - Daytona Beach

Serving lunch Monday through Friday and dinner on Wednesdays.  For $11.00 (including tax) lunch patrons receive an appetizer, entrée, dessert and beverage.  Vegetarian meals are available by request.  Gratuities are welcome and help fund student scholarships.  Credit cards are accepted.  The charge for dinner is $15.00.  Café 101 is open to the public, however, seating is limited and reservations are required.  Daytona State College Mori Hosseini Center (Building 1200) 1200 W. Int’l Speedway Blvd Daytona Beach Phone 386-505-3859.


RECOVERY INTERNATIONAL MEETINGrecovery
Each Wednesday - 7:30PM – Florida Hospital - DeLand corner of Stone St., and Plymouth Ave., 701 W. Plymouth Avenue (room 1A)


Self-help support group for people struggling with depression, panic attacks, phobias, fears and anger.  FREE, however a donation would be appreciated.  Additional information 386-734-0268.


FOOD ADDICTS IN RECOVERY ANONYMOUS

Are you having trouble controlling the way you eat?  Are you underweight or overweight.?  Obsessed with weight or dieting?  You are not alone.  There is a solution.  Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous (FA) can help those who suffer from food obsession, overeating, under-eating and bulimia.  FA is based upon the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.  There are no feeds, dues or weigh-ins at FA meetings.  There are 6 meetings in Volusia County.  Call 386-258-0610 for further information or visit www.foodaddicts.org.

eastersealsTROUBLE HEARING OVER THE PHONE?
Ongoing Monday through Friday - 8:00AM to 5:00PM -  119 S. Palmetto Avenue Suite 180 - Daytona Beach

Offering a variety of specialized telephones at no cost.  Florida Telecommunications Relay , Inc.,  provides specialized telephone equipment at no cost to Floridians with hearing loss or speech disabilities.  To qualify, you must be a permanent Florida resident, at least three years of age and able to provide proof of hearing  loss or speech disability.  For reservations and additional information, call:  386-255-1812.

playhouseTHE BEST ENTERTAINMENT VALUE IN TOWN
Daytona Playhouse 
100 Jessamine Boulevard - Daytona Beach
386-255-2431


Since 1946 The Playhouse has entertained appreciative audiences with wonderful performances in the very best community theater tradition.  The Playhouse, a nonprofit organization, is also a source of numerous and varied volunteer opportunities in theater management and production.  

tomokamethodistWOMEN WHO LIKE TO SING
Each Monday 6:30PM to 9:30PM - Tomoka United Methodist Church - 1000 Old Tomoka Road - Ormond Beach

Song of the Coast Chorus, Sweet Adelines is a worldwide organization of women singers committed to advancing the musical art form of barbershop harmony through education and performances.  No experience necessary.  For more information, call: 386-252-0300.


emiritusEMERITUS AT PORT ORANGE LAUNCHES HOME VISITS PROGRAM

A Complimentary Service for Seniors.  A few of the services that Emeritus at Port Orange offers to local seniors consist of: Nurse Evaluation to identify care needs, Support system check to identify potential challenges based upon gaps in needed assistance. Referrals to others area providers as needed based upon needs uncovered, a listening ear and enjoyable  visit.  If you know of a senior that could benefit from one of these home visit services, contact Emeritus at Port Orange, 386-761-1055.

historicalHALIFAX HISTORICAL MUSEUM
Tuesday through Saturday
10:00AM to 4:00PM
252 South Beach Street
Downtown Daytona Beach

The Halifax Historical Museum’s primary agenda is to educate visitors to Daytona Beach on the history of the Halifax area through a range of artifacts and exhibits.  Visitors can see an extensive collection of postcards and photograph depicting among other subjects the history of auto racing in the area, while there is also a research facility providing the opportunity for personal study an investigation. Museum open Tuesday through Saturday 10:00AM to 4:00PM.  386-255-6976.

humaneHALIFAX HUMANE SOCIETY THRIFT SHOP

Donations of clothing, household items, furniture and giftware.  Your generosity allows us to continue our mission on behalf of the animals.  Pick-up available:  386-322-7717.  Store drop-off Tuesday Sat 10:00AM 3:00PM.  Located in the Sunshine Park Mall 2400 S. Ridgewood Avenue behind Mr. Petman. 



DONATIONS NEEDED

Help support the local Humane Society with donations of useable clothing and household good at the thrift store, located at: 2400 S. Ridgewood Avenue South Daytona.

hfhDONATIONS NEEDED
695 Mason Avenue - Daytona Beach

The Halifax Habitat for Humanity Home Store is requesting donations of working, clean appliances and kitchens cabinets.  Items may be dropped off Monday - Friday 9:00AM 4:30PM and Saturday from 9:00AM 4:00PM, or you can call  386-226-2006  to schedule a pick-up.  All donations are tax deductible. 


HABITAT HOME STORE
9:00AM to 4:30PM (Saturday 9AM to 4PM) - 695 Mason Avenue - Daytona Beach

Sale items: furniture, appliances, household items, building supplies at discounted prices.  Building houses…building lives…building hope.  Phone: 386-226-2006.

aamaAFRICAN AMERICAN MUSEUM OF THE ARTS
Thursday through Saturday - 10:00AM to 4:00PM - 325 S. Clara Avenue - DeLand

“Deep in DeLand,”  The Deepressionists Art Show featuring mixed media art artists FREE.  More information available by phoning 386-736-4004. 




hospitalormondPREPARED CHILDBIRTH CLASSES
Florida Hospital Ormond Memorial - 7:00PM to 9:00 PM - 2nd Floor, Classroom B 875 - Sterthaus Avenue - Ormond Beach


This six-week series provides information on early labor, breathing and relaxation techniques, active labor, medications, Epidural and comfort measures, C-sections, planning for birth, breastfeeding and infant care issues. Scholarships available. Registration required. Cost: $45.00. Call for additional information: 386-671-6614.

 

beach50VOLUSIA COUNTY BEACH SAFETY


Following information provided by the Volusia County Beach Patrol.   When spending time at The Beach, here are some tips to remember:

Protect your valuables.
Walk with your children, especially in the driving areas.
Never swim alone.  Always swim in front of a lifeguard.
Never swim after consuming alcoholic beverages.  Alcohol is not permitted on the beach.
Use a leash with surf and boogie boards.
Don’t use a float, raft or boogie board if you can’t swim
When boating, always have life jackets on board.
Never dive headfirst into the water always protect your neck.
Rip currents in the open water are always a possibility
Always swim in front of a lifeguard.
Check with the lifeguard and read the back of the lifeguard tower for important information about rip current activity and the rip threat level.
386-239-6414  -  www.Volusia.org/beach

vcplAFTERNOON AT THE MOVIES

Mondays - 2:00PM - Port Orange Regional Library - 1005 City Center Circle - Port Orange - FREE 
Series of hit Hollywood films, FREE to public.   Weekly showings,  call for titles and additional information.  386-322-5152. 




INTERESTED IN THE NSSAR
Friday afternoons
Genealogical section of City Island Library
Daytona Beach

If you are interested in joining the Ormond Chapter of Sons of the American Revolution to meet with SAR representatives. 

SOS
CITY ISLAND DOWNTOWN DAYTONA BEACH EACH SUNDAY

No step. No sponsors.  A non-12 solution to addictions.  Sobriety from alcohol and other drugs is the number one priority.  SOS respects recovery in any form, regardless of the path by which it is achieved.  The local non-profit group meets each Sunday at 3:00PM at City Island Library Downtown Daytona Beach.  For more information, call:  386-671-1921.

 

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LEARN TO DRAW
Wednesdays - 6:00PM TO 8:00PM
Ormond Memorial Art Museum and Gardens
78 E. Granada Blvd. - Ormond Beach


REGISTER NOW.  Four week evening  drawing class.  Taught by: Karlene McConnell.  Student cost is $60.00.  For registration and information, call:  386-676-3347.

 

casementsTHE CASEMENTS
Monday through Friday
10:00AM to 2:30PM
25 Riverside Drive - Ormond Beach

Guided tours of the famous John D. Rockefeller former home.  Call for exhibits and additional information:  386-676-3216.



ART EXERCISE

Relief woodcarving - $11.00 per year for residents - $14.30 Non-residents.  Call 386-676-3216 for additional information.

harvestSECOND HARVEST BANK OF CENTRAL FLORIDA
320 North Beach St. - Daytona Beach

In need of food and contributions.  Appreciation is guaranteed.  Call 386-2574499 or visit on-line at:  www.foodbankcentralflorida.org

 

 

 

arniARNI FOUNDATION
600 Mason Avenue - Daytona Beach


The Foundation needs your help.  Save a life by cleaning out your closet.  Opening of a new no kill animal shelter and Thrift Shop.  Need old clothes, shoes, bags, jewelry, furniture, sporting goods accepted by a 501c3 charity providing a tax receipt.  Pick up is also available.  Call 386-257-3030.

 

 

debaryTHE DeBARY HALL HISTORIC SITE
Noon - 4:00PM
210 Sunrise Blvd. - DeBary

On permanent exhibit, “Improving Paradise” and the “Taming of a Florida Frontier.”  Also featured are period rooms and docent-led tours.  Phone:  386-668-3840, or online at: http://www.debaryhall.com/



deltona artsDELTONA ARTS AND HISTORICAL CENTER
Ongoing  - Noon to 4:00PM - Tuesday through Friday - 682 Deltona Blvd. - Deltona - FREE


Works of local artists and an exhibit about Deltona’s history.  Additional information by calling:  386-575-2601. 

vfwBREAKFAST TO ORDER
Each Sunday 8:00AM to 11:00AM - VFW - 2350 Sunset Drive - New Smyrna Beach

Veteran’s of Foreign Wars Post 4250 Ladies Auxiliary will serve breakfast each Sunday in New Smyrna Beach. For more information call:  386-423-1789.

 

 

rivieraCAREGIVERS BREAKFAST
Rivera Senior Living Community
Ridgewood Ave - Holly Hill (Across from Publix)


Caregivers helping family or friends at home or at a facility are invited to attend a support group breakfast.  The meeting are twice a month.  This is an opportunity to share the frustrations, concerns, and rewards of care giving.  For meeting dates and additional information, call Mary Creasy at: 386-672-1009.

mofaSTUDENT VOLUNTEER PROGRAM
Museum of Florida Art - 600 N. Woodland Blvd - DeLand


The Student Volunteer Program at the Museum of Florida Art is available for students in grades 1 - 12th, as well as those in colleges.  The program runs throughout the year and offers a variety of volunteer opportunities.  Students can earn community service hours, learn new skills, gain valuable experience, give back to their community and have fun  If you are interested in learning about art and culture, helping children, and meeting new friends, then consider volunteering.  For more information, please call The Museum at 386-734-4371, or visit www.delandmuseum.com/programs.html 


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DEMENTIA CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUPS

The Council on Aging of Volusia County offers seven dementia caregiver support groups each month.

Respite Care is provided at all Council on Aging support groups. Please call EXT. 204 at (386) 253-4700 to confirm dates.


ENERGY ASSISTANCE

The Council on Aging of Volusia County has Energy Assistance for low-income seniors who meet specific criteria.  These funs are used for Final Notices of Electric Bill.  An appointment is necessary call: 1-888-252-6610 ext.225/226.


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STETSON UNIVERSITY'S GILLESPIE MUSEUM OF MINERALS
Tuesday through Friday - 10:00AM to 4:00PM - 234 E. Michigan Ave. - DeLand

Earth science exhibits and rare minerals, gems an precious stones.  Florida coral and calcites and a 'glow in the dark' mineral exhibit. Call 386-822-7330 for more information or visit www.gillespiemuseum.stetson.edu/


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CHRISTIAN HEALING CENTER, INC
Each Thursday - 3:00PM to 8:00PM - 4170 S. Ridgewood Avenue - Port Orange

The Christian Healing Center, an ecumenical prayer ministry.  The Center is open to the community for anyone needing prayers for physical, inner and spiritual.  Prayer is with the expectation that God will heal.  Endorsed by:  The Church of the Holy Child (Episcopal) in Ormond Beach.  Additional information and for special times, call 386-788-4833.


erauEAGLES EMBRY-RIDDLE ATHLETICS SPORTS CAMPS - ALL AGES
Daytona Beach

Call for dates and additional information-386-323-5004 or www.daytona.embryriddlesports.com




DOMESTIC ABUSE THRIFT STORE
Monday through Saturday - 9:00AM to 5:00PM - 335 Beville Rd. - South Daytona

Now offering new and like new name brand clothing for the whole family as well as vintage clothing, evening wear.  Bike Week apparel, antiques, jewelry and much more.  Purchases will generate funds for much needed program to continue our mission to stop domestic violence in the community. More information by calling: 386-761-3166. 

SICA HALL “THE PLACE” FOR ACTIVITIES IN VOLUSIA COUNTY
1065 Daytona Avenue - Holly Hill - 386-236-2997

A variety of activities are available each week provided by The Senior Center at Sica Hall.  Fun things like: Crocheting, Bingo, Yoga, Dance Social, with music by The Vagabonds, Spanish lessons, Poker, Line Dancing, Oil Painting Classes.  Something to do each day of the week.  Call for schedule and additional information.

MUSIC FOR HEALING
Wednesdays from 12:15PM to 12:45PM

Sponsored by the Port Orange Ministerial Association, “Music for Healing: Body, Mind and Spirit” is offered each Wednesday from 12:15 to 12:45PM at the All Saints Lutheran Church,751 Dunlawton Avenue, Port Orange For more information call: 386-761-9129.

SURFSCAPE CONTEMPORARY DANCE THEATRE
News Journal Center - Daytona Beach

For more information: 386-233-4885 or www.surfscapedance.org

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