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70th Annual Camellia Show and Festival

Join us for this free event featuring award-winning camellia blooms at the largest show in the Southeastern United State.

7 – 10 a.m.: Enter camellia blooms (open to anyone!)
10 – 4 p.m.: Camellias for sale, merchandise for sale, and food
10 – 11 a.m.: Camellia 101 class with Robert Bowden, Director of the City of Orlando’s Harry P. Leu Gardens
1 – 4 p.m.: Camellia show is open to the public. See thousands of competitions blooms up close!
4 p.m.: Show ends

Date:
Saturday, January 16, 2016 | 7:00 am to 4:00 pm

Cost: free

Event Location:
Mead Botanical Garden
1300 S. Denning Dr.
Winter Park, FL 32789 United States

Phone:
407-599-3397

http://www.camelliacfl.com
http://www.meadgarden.org/

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6th Annual Winter Park Paint Out

ID-10081670Come to the Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Garden for a celebration of painting. This week long celebration exhibits the work of twenty-five pro­fes­sion­ally acclaimed plein air artists who will roam across our fair city cap­tur­ing many of your favorite land­scapes and land­marks with oils, water­col­ors and pastels. Come and see the results here at the Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens.

Runs from April 20-26.

Join us on Saturday, April 26 for our Garden Party to celebrate the works and the painters from  6-9pm at he museum.

 

For more details call, 407-647-6294.

The Great Duck Derby

Bring the family out on February 22 to Mead Garden for family fun as we race rubber ducks for charity.

Park gates open at 9:45 am and activities and races conclude at 2pm.  You can purchase your rubber ducks ahead of time at the Winter Park Farmers Market, or at the park the day of the race.

There are two races to enter, 12:15pm or the 1pm race.

Cost is $5 a duck to race, for spectators all the activities are free.

Come out and support a great charity and have fun at the same time! All proceeds go to the Mead Botanical Garden Nature Education Program, which educates the community and revitalizes the natural area through local programs.

For more information call, 407-628-4139, or visit the Mead Garden website.