910 Casey Cove Drive - Open House
Stop by 910 Casey Cove Dr., Nokomis, FL on Sunday, June 19, 2016 and view this charming Key West style home. The home will be open 1-4 pm.
Situated on a deep water lot with a dock and lift that will accommodate a large boat, 910 Casey Cove was built in 1991. The 3 bedroom, 2 bath home features include plenty of outdoor space with a swimming pool & spa, summer kitchen and screened enclosures for enjoying Florida's tropical allure.
Casey Key is located south of Sarasota, Florida. The barrier island stretches 8 miles and connects to the mainland by two bridges. The north bridge is one of the oldest swinging draw bridges...
Inaugural Trash Fish Dinner
Sarasota, Florida Chefs Create Culinary Fish Delights
Louie's Modern will be the scene of some culinary surprises using "trash fish" on Monday, July 21. Steve Phelps, Chef Owner at Indigenous Restaurant is teaming up with Tracy Freeman, editor and publisher of Edible Sarasota along with five local chefs: Darwin Santa Maria of Darwin's, Keith Dougherty and James Baselici of Louie's Modern, Randall Roulette of Owen's Fish Camp, and Christian Hershman of State Street for the "sold out" event. Tickets were $125. Hors d’oeuvres and cocktails will begin at 6PM and a family-style dinner will begin at 7PM. There will be presentations by Mote Marine and Gulf Wild too.
Guess you have to wait until next year for this one. Sure wish I had bought my ticket!
Sarasota Orchesta Performs 50 Years of Beatles in America
Celebrate the Beatles invasion of America with the Sarasota Orchesta on April 11 and 12 at the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall. Performance starts at 8:00 pm. You'll be rocking to your favorite songs of the last 50 years.
Address: 777 N Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34236
Phone: (800) 826-9303
Ladies & Gentlemen, Children of All Ages
Get a gimpse of circus life by visiting the Ringling Circus Museum. The museum is open daily from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. You can get an idea of life as a circus performer in the interactive section of the Museum where you can walk a tight rope or fit into a clown car. There's an outstanding collection of the circus' history including fabulous costumes, parage and baggage wagons, props, and old show posters. You'll delight in the 1905 Wisconsin rail car that John and Mable Ringing rode in during the glory days of the circus. There's also a miniture model of the cirucs on display, the world's largest model. The model demonstrates the size and complexity of the circus during the 1920s and 1930s.
Visit the Ringling Circus Museum site to buy your ticket or call 941-359-5700.
2nd Season at Celery Fields for Bird Watching
It is little chilly in Sarasota this morning, but when it warms up, you might enjoy visiting the boardwalk at Celery Fields. Speak with one of the 30 volunteers from the Sarasota Audubon Society’s Bird Naturalist Program. These volunteers will provide you with viewing equipment, information about birds and give you advice on bird “hot spots.”
You’ll certainly enjoy seeing a variety of birds as they rest in the wetlands and ponds of Celery Fields.
Phillippi Farmhouse Market - Sarasota, FL
Every Wednesday, over 40 vendors set up their tents with fresh vegetables, fruits and plants, as well as specialty food items. You can also enjoy live music while you enjoy a picnic on the grounds of the Phillippi Estate Park. Check out their website for music schedule.
When: Every Wednesday
Where: Phillippi Estate Park, 5500 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL
Time: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm, October through May
Cost: Admission Free
Website: Music Schedule
Sarasota, Florida Ringling Bridge Run
When: January 18, 2014
Where: Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
Tim: 7:00 am - 10:00 am
Details: Ray, 941-416-0127
Come out and join the festivities at the Van Wezel, 777 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, Florida 34236
Visit downtown Sarasota's bayfront and enjoy the VIIth Season of Sculpture. You'll see the 18 incredible installation from 8 artists in a gorgeous setting along the waterfront.
When: Continuing to May 30, 2014
Where: Island Park/Bay Island Park: Downtown Sarasota
Cost: Free to Public
Website: Season of Sculpture