Archive for the ‘Winter Park Events’ Category.

Dispose & Shred

Household Hazardous & E-Waste Disposal objects with faces

 

  • Social distancing and facemasks required.
  • This event is open to City of Winter Park residents ONLY (proof of city residency required). No contractors.
  • Keep all household hazardous waste in original containers with original labeling (unknown items will NOT be accepted).
  • Prescription medications need to be taken to the Public Safety Facility located at 500 N. Virginia Ave., Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Household hazardous waste items accepted
[provided by Waste Pro®]

  • tires [4 max.]
  • gasoline
  • antifreeze
  • used engine oil
  • propane tanks
  • paint thinners
  • wet latex paint
  • oil-based paint
  • pool chemicals
  • household chemicals
  • fertilizers & pesticides
  • non-alkaline batteries

E-waste items accepted
[provided by A1 Assets, Inc.]

  • computers
  • televisions
  • DVD players
  • VCRs
  • CD players
  • stereos
  • FAX machines

NEW SERVICE
Shredding items accepted
[provided by Shred-it®]

  • papers [paper clips & staples accepted]
  • folders & file folders [hanging folders & binder rings NOT accepted]

 

Date : September 26, 2020 from 8am to 12pm

Event location : City Operations (Formerly called the Public Works Compound)
1409 Howell Branch Rd.
Winter Park, FL 32789 United States

Contact : 407-599-3364 –  https://cityofwinterpark.eventbrite.com/ 

Winter Park Outlook

TODO

 

Winter Park’s Robust Recovery is the focus of our 2020 Outlook, the Chamber’s annual regional-issues summit. In addition to featuring an update on Chamber activities and a brief presentation of the Winter Park COVID-19 Economic Analysis – a study underwritten by the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation and conducted by the Balmoral Group – the event will focus on the Winter Park Economic Recovery Task Force. After the study put into perspective the effects of the pandemic on Winter Park’s economy and businesses, the Task Force went to work on developing mitigation strategies for a robust recovery.

Keynote Speakers
Betsy Gardner Eckbert
President & CEO, Winter Park Chamber of Commerce

Valerie Seidel
President & Principal Economist, Balmoral Group

To allow for proper social distancing at The Alfond Inn, tickets to the event are limited.

Admission: $25 per person

 

Date : September 25, 2020 from 10am to 11:15am

Event location : The Alfond Inn
300 E New England Avenue
Winter Park, FL 32789

Contact : Tiffany Cahill – tcahill@winterpark.org

Beyond Stereotypes : Real People, Real Conversations

Logo for the Winter Park Public Library with the tagline a public private partnership

 

Admission: free.

Head to the Winter Park Public Library and meet folks you may have never met before. Interrupt preconceived notions by engaging in open, honest and respectful dialog.

Topics
March 29 – Formerly Incarcerated Person
June 14 – Member(s) of the LGBTQ Community
September 20 – Diversity of Faiths
November 12 – Veterans

Ages 18+

 

Date : September 20, 2020 from 2 to 4pm

Event location : Winter Park, FL

Contact : 407-623-3300 – https://www.wppl.org/beyond-stereotypes-real-people-real-conversations

Ella & the Bossa Beat

man and woman standing next to each other

 

 

Ella & The Bossa Beat is back at the Blue Bamboo for an online concert after their sold-out CD release show in January. Their style is Soul/Brazilian Lounge, and they will be performing all original music, from their CD My Remedy plus four brand new songs.

Ella Borges on vocals/piano/keyboards; Magrus Borges on drums/percussion with special guests Marco Bojorquez on bass and Dan Jordan on flute.

Fee: $5.

 

Date : September 19, 2020 from 8 to 9pm

Event location : Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts
1905 Kentucky Ave.
Winter Park, FL 32789 United States

Contact : 407-636-9951 – https://bluebamboocenterforthearts.ticketspice.com/ella-and-the-bossa-beat-91920 

Opening Reception : Cynthia Laughter, Documentary Photographer : One Love and Loss

woman wearing a baseball cap and holding a small plant

 

An exhibition dedicated to BLACK LIVES MATTER

Cynthia B. Slaughter invites viewers into her home in Orlando’s Orlovista neighborhood in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma in 2017. Slaughter tells the visual story of her life after 33 years of memories were wiped away and her home was deemed unlivable by FEMA. Additionally, Slaughter shares a deeply intimate documentary on her 94-year-old mother, Edna Pearl Butler, a retired farmworker in the celery fields of Sanford, Florida, where she has been a resident since 1950. Her images chronicle her current life of devoted service to her faith, her family, and her local community. Cynthia B. Slaughter is a Studio Artist in documentary photography at Crealdé School of Art where she has studied since 2008 and participated in Crealdé documentaries including St. Augustine at 450 and The Lake: A Documentary Exploring the Land and People of Lake Apopka.

During the opening reception, each gallery will be carefully monitored by Crealdé staff and will have a strict capacity of 10 people for 10 minutes. We expect visitors to be responsible by wearing masks and practicing social distancing. Refreshments will be served outdoors.

 

Date : September 18, 2020 from 7pm to 9pm

Event location : Hannibal Square Heritage Center
642 W. New England Ave.
Winter Park, FL 32789 United States

Contact : 407-671-1886https://www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org/

Neighborhood Music Jam

Neighborhood Music Jam

 

Join us on the stage in back of the Winter Park Community Center for a fun evening of making music. Musicians of all ages, instruments, and abilities are invited to come make new friends as we play a variety of songs, from pop to rock to blues to country. If the weather is nice, we’ll be set up on the stage out back near the splash pad. If it rains, we’ll just move indoors.

For more information contact: 407-629-5194.

 

Date : September 17, 2020 from 6 to 9pm

Event location : Winter Park Community Center
721 W. New England Ave.
Winter Park, FL 32789 United States

Contact : 407-599-3275

Winter Park Professionnal Women

 

Reconnect and network at the Winter Park Professional Women’s September luncheon at the Chamber. Lunch will be provided with safety precautions in place. WPPW gives women the opportunity to not only cultivate relationships with peers, but also hear from inspiring speakers. Topics include personal branding, business solutions, relevant community issues, sales techniques, and many more. We will provide more details on the luncheon soon.

Topic: Making Self-Care a Daily Deal
Speaker: Meredith B. Watson Locklear, MD – Obstetrics & Gynecology
Meredith Watson-Locklear, MD, is a board-certified OB-GYN physician in practice at the new Orlando Health Women’s Pavilion – Winter Park.

Fees: Member: $25
Non-Member: $35

The cost for lunch is $25 for Chamber members or $35 for non-chamber members.

 

Date : September 14, 2020 from 11:30am to 1pm

Event location : Winter Park Chamber of Commerce
151 West Lyman Avenue
Winter Park, FL 32789

Contact :

Jen Bishop at jbishop@winterpark.org

Penelope, Princess of the Peacocks – Virtual

girl dressed as a peacock wearing a crown and holding a book

 

A weekly pre-recorded virtual performance of Penelope, Princess of the Peacocks, will be uploaded to the Winter Park History Museum’s Facebook page every Monday at noon. Penelope’s show engages toddlers and children with songs and storytime from The Peacock Castle.

Write a letter to Princess Penelope:
Princess Penelope
Winter Park History Museum
P.O. Box 51
Winter Park, FL 32790

 

Date : September 14,21,28, 2020 at 12pm

Event location : Winter Park History Museum
200 W. New England Ave.
Winter Park, FL 32789 United States

Contact : Phone contact: 407-647-2330 – Website: https://www.facebook.com/wphistory/ 

Select Portraits from the Morse Collection

portrait painting of a man

 

The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum is open by appointment only – schedule yours here

Portraiture in America in the latter half of the 19th century and early part of the 20th century took on a different purpose. Rather than romantic portrayals of royals and magnates, paintings of people who commissioned portraits showed qualities beyond the physical attributes of their subjects. John Singer Sargent (1856–1925), Charles Hawthorne (1872–1930), and Cecilia Beaux (1855–1942) were portraitists that let the paint express the individual’s character and who did not simply reproduce the subject’s likeness on canvas. Portraits from the Morse Museum’s American painting collection are part of its repository of American art from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Must call for times

Free – $6

 

Date : September 11,12,15,16,17,19,22,23,24, 2020

Event location : The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art
445 N. Park Ave.
Winter Park, FL 32789 United States

Contact :

Phone contact: 407-645-5311

Website: http://www.morsemuseum.org/on-exhibit/upcoming-exhibitions/

Freaky Friday

 

FREE for kids 12 & under!

Single mother Tess Coleman (Jamie Lee Curtis) and her teenage daughter Anna (Lindsay Lohan) couldn’t be more different, and it is driving them both insane. After receiving cryptic fortunes at a Chinese restaurant, the two wake up the next day to discover that they have somehow switched bodies. Unable to switch back, they are forced to masquerade as one another until a solution can be found. In the process, they develop a new sense of respect and understanding for one another.

USA, 2003, 97 minutes, Rated PG, Directed by Mark Waters

 

Date : August 30, 2020 at 12pm

Event location : Winter Park, FL

Contact : https://enzian.org/film/freaky-friday/