Latest Issue: October 2015
It's A Charlie Brown Christmas
ORLANDO, FL — The U.S. Postal Service begins celebrating the
holiday season by dedicating the Charlie Brown Christmas Forever
stamps October 1st. The booklet of 20 stamps features 10 still frames
from the 1965 TV special “A Charlie Brown Christmas” (two of each
design) celebrating the classic’s 50th Anniversary.
The stamp images include: Charlie Brown holding the sapling that
eventually becomes his Christmas tree; Charlie Brown and Pigpen with
a snowman; Snoopy and children ice skating; the cast of the program
gathered around the Christmas tree; Linus kneeling by the sparsely
decorated Christmas tree; Charlie Brown checking his mailbox for a
Christmas card; Charlie Brown and Linus leaning on a snowy brick wall;
Charlie Brown and Linus standing by the Christmas tree; a frustrated
Charlie Brown standing in front of Snoopy’s doghouse; and, Charlie
Brown decorating the tree in front of the prize-winning lights display on
The early October release of the stamp coincides with the Peanuts comic
strip debut in seven newspapers on October 2, 1950: The Washington
Post, The Chicago Tribune, The Minneapolis Star-Tribune, The
Allentown Call-Chronicle, The Bethlehem Globe-Times, The Denver
Post, and The Seattle Times. When Schulz announced his retirement
in December 1999, the Peanuts comic strip was syndicated in more
than 2,600 newspapers worldwide, with book collections translated
in more than 21 languages. Customers may purchase new stamps at
local Post Offices, at The Postal Store at usps.com/shop or by calling
Landscape Design Series
Sep 15 2015
Ends in about 2 hours
Tues. Sept 15th, 22nd, and 29th 6:30-8:30pm, (3 week series) Tues. Oct 6th 6:30-8:30pm (Optional 4th night) This 3 week series covers landscape design concepts, Florida Friendly Landscape principles, plant selection, and water conservation. Master Gardener volunteers will be on hand to assist and evaluate your designs. A course guide and drawing materials will be provided. Pre-registration is required no later than Sept 8th. Class is limited to the first 25 households. $25 per household. Register at http://gardenflorida.eventbrite.com
Teen Microsoft Gaming Lounge!
Oct 10 2015
2-4 p.m. Orlando Public Library The Microsoft Store at Mall of Millenia is taking over the Orlando Public Library! Teens are invited to play Microsoft’s hottest games and devices, including the ‘Just Dance’ Experience, Xbox Ones and more. Ages 13-18.
Counsel for Caregivers
Oct 15 2015
12:10 pm At the Orlando Public Library, Third Floor, Albertson Room, 101 E. Central Blvd, Orlando, FL 32801. Presentation held on “Fear of Forgetting” given by Dr. Richard Tucker, Professor Emeritus, UCF. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 407.836.7446.
Edgewood FARMERS MARKET
Oct 22 2015
Join us 405 Larue Avenue at Bagshaw Park (near Edgewood City Hall) every Thursday, 5:30 to 8:30 pm
Pioneer Days Silent Auction
Oct 22 2015
6:30 PM at FOP Lodge #25, 5505 Hansel Avenue. Full-service bar. Free parking. Beautiful view of Lake Conway. As in past years, we will also be introducing our “Signature Artist” and unveiling a piece of original artwork that will grace our magazine cover and posters. If you would like to donate an item for the auction table, please call Leigh Anne Morgan (321-388-6868) to arrange pick-up/drop-off.
Gift And Craft Bazaar
Oct 24 2015
9:00 am to 2:00 Join us at Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church, 1655 Peel Avenue, pm. Bakery table with delicious homemade cakes, candies, pies and cookies, other tables with home crafted Christmas and harvest items, vintage linens, lovingly cleaned and preserved, one of a kind needlework treasures, our new Garden Shop, Wearable Arts and Crafts and more. Aromas to excite your taste buds from Gracie’s Diner will be a good reason to stay for lunch. Admission is free. No outside vendors. Everything is done by Women of the Church for the benefit of charities. For more information call the church at 407-898-6571.
Community Garage Sale
Oct 24 2015
8:00 am Cresent Park, West on Judge Road from Conway Road
Starting a Cottage Food Business
Oct 31 2015
8 am - 12:00 pm Learn about the Florida Cottage Food Law and start your own business. The 2011 Cottage Food Law allows people to prepare foods in their homes to sell. There are strict regulations regarding what kinds of foods may be sold. $40 admission includes class, Safe Staff certification, and a booth at the Cottage Foods Showcase (open to the public) on November 21 to sell your products! Topics include: ~ Outline of Cottage Food Law ~ Regulations and Licensing ~ Food Safety - become Safe Staff certified ~ General Business information Class taught by LuAnn Duncan, Extension Agent & Certified ServSafe Instructor Register online at oclivingwell.eventbrite.com Or call 407 254 9229. $40
Halloween Block Party
Oct 31 2015
Orlando Public Library -11 a.m. - 4 p.m. The Orlando Public Library and the Orange County Regional History Center team up for a Halloween event featuring fun for the whole family! Visit both locations from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. for trick-or-treating, a scavenger hunt with a spooky reward, and more ghoulish fun.
Oct 31 2015
3 –5pm American Legion Family at Post 286 Pine Castle is hosting a Halloween Party for local children at 529 E. Fairlane Ave. Orlando, Fl. 32809 There will be a Haunted House, treats, snacks and games for the children. Each child must be accompanied by an adult. For addition information call 407-859-1460.
BHSAA Fall Fling
Nov 05 2015
6 - 9pm The Boone Foundation and the Boone High School Athletic Association (BHSAA) invite you to the 2015 Fall Fling and Mixer. The event will be held at Cari and Jim Reinhardt’s house, located at 1741 Lake Grove Lane. Catch up with Boone High School supporters, alumni, faculty and staff while bidding on silent auction items and enjoying appetizers from Carrabba’s Italian Grill. There will be live music from Fenwick & Hare, a local band featuring three Class of 1980 Boone graduates. Tickets are $25 per person or $40 for one couple and may be purchased at www.BooneFoundation.net. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Boone Foundation and BHSAA.