Blessing of the animals, golf for children, tea in Titusville



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Food Festival of Swans and Dolphins

Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Food & Wine Classic are back on Friday and Saturday October 29 and 30, so get your taste buds ready.

An annual tradition since 2010, the open-air festival offers unlimited tastings at more than 20 catering stations, showcasing the best of the resort’s various restaurants. Over 100 wines, beers and other assortments from around the world meet your beverage needs.

The festival takes place in immersive themed areas such as Beer Gardens, Hawaiian-style Pigs and Pork, Chinatown, and Bubble Lounges.

Luciano Speduto, manager of the resort’s food and beverage department, said: “This year I couldn’t be more excited to take the break and create an even more delicious, energetic and memorable experience.

Menu highlights include homemade smoked pork belly, apple butter bourbon barbecue, butter oatmeal, grated radishes and roasted chestnut mash, provided by Smokin’D’s BBQ. Traditional Linz Black Angus beef tenderloin roast, mashed potatoes, roast carrots, hollandaise sauce from Shula’s Steak House. Yellowfin tuna kimono roll, yellowtail flounder, sustainable salmon, wasabi mayonnaise.

With a variety of restaurants and lounges and a premier dining team, Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin continues to be recognized nationally for its dining programs. The resort has a large number of certified sommeliers and a selection of 1,400 wines.

Tickets for the event only are $ 165 per guest. Nightly packages start at $ 580 per couple and include accommodation and festival admission. The resort recently announced Walt Disney World Swan Reserve, a 14-story boutique hotel with 149 suites.

For reservations and details, please visit: Or call 888-828-8850.

Golf for grandparents raising their grandchildren

The 6th Child First Golf Tournament, sponsored by grandparents raising their grandchildren, will be held on Saturday, October 2 at 8:00 a.m. at the Turtle Creek Golf Club at 1278 Admiralty Blvd. Rockledge.

The proceeds benefit the Child First program, which provides support and advocacy to grandparents and other family members who serve on behalf of foster parents.

The prize of $ 85 per golfer or $ 330 per foursome includes entry to the tournament, shooting range balls, door prize tickets, lunch, certificate of registration for the mulligan / putting competition and the chances 50/50.

Register online For more information, please contact 321-631-7776 or visit your organization’s website.

Art born from the soul

Artist Sue Tally will be exhibiting watercolors and acrylics at the “Soul Song” exhibition at the Fifth Avenue Art Gallery in October. The exhibition begins at the reception at 1470 Highland Avenue Gallery in the Organry Arts District from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Friday, October 1.

“We live in an era of uncertainty, difficulty and sadness around us,” said the artist. “Yet we can choose to seek the love, kindness and beauty that exists. I focus on the latter.

The show will run until October 29.

For more information, call 321-259-8261 or visit the following website: ..

The Melbourne Garden Club offers free seminars

A monthly program sponsored by the Melbourne Garden Club is designed to activate those green thumbs. The free seminar will be held the first Friday of each month at 10 a.m. at the Organry Public Library at 1521 Pineapple Avenue.

For more information, please visit: Please note that a mask is required to enter.

Blessing the Animals at Cocoa Village

Cocoa Village’s historic lookout becomes an animal house when the Reverend Sarah Oxley of St. Mark’s Church welcomes the blessings of the animals. Scheduled for Saturday October 2 at 10 a.m., the event will commemorate the love of Saint Francis of Assisi and all his creatures.

All animals and their inhabitants are invited to a blessing sponsored by Tales in Berkeley, also in the village. Animals must be tied on a leash or placed in a suitable transport cage and vaccinated.

After the group’s blessing, Reverend Oxley takes a photo with his pet. A $ 5 donation was offered to benefit Florida Wildlife Hospital. The hospital animal ambassador will be waiting for you on site. Donations are tax deductible.

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Fire Safety and Awareness at Loews Indian Harbor Beach

Loews Store 2351 on Indian Harbor Beach, State Highway A1A, invites the community to a Fire and Safety Awareness Fair from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, October 2.

Indian Harbor and Satellite Beach Police, Ocean Rescue members, police helicopters, fire trucks, K-9 smokehouse units, as well as food trucks, ice cream and snow cones will be fun events.

Come and have tea at Pritchard House

Afternoon tea will be served on the porch of the historic Pritchard House Museum at 2:00 pm on Saturday October 2, as part of the “Home Tea and Visit”.

After a cup of tea, you can take a guided tour of Queen Anne’s mansion in 1891 and the ‘Homespan’ exhibition of period quilts and textiles.

Admission is $ 35 and reservations are required. The number of places is limited.

For those who don’t like tea, a house tour and “Homespan” are available for $ 15 per person until October. Prior reservation is required.

Please call 321-607-0203.

Blevered Children’s Fair

Children are the owners of the Breverd Children’s Business Fair on Saturday October 2 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on avenue Viera.

Young entrepreneurs aged 6 to 16 present, market, sell and trade their businesses.

Titusville American Legion hosts the dance

If you want to dance, meet at American Legion Post 1 at 1281 US1 in Titusville. Dances are organized there every Thursday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Admission is $ 6 per person.

For more information, please contact us at 610-715-2237.

Mother of all sauces

The Florida Baking Academy is hosting a five-part series on five classic cooking “mother sauces”. Classes led by Chef Fernando Navalete will take place on Mondays October 4, 11, 18, 25 and November 1, 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Florida Baking Academy, 1370 State Road A1A, It will be held at Suite E, Satellite. Beach.

Navarrete will take the students step by step through the creation of each mother sauce and discuss how to use them in classic cooking. Each class ends with a surprise dessert and all the culinary creations. BYOB is recommended.

The cost is $ 599 for the five courses. Students are welcome to bring their family and friends at no additional cost.

The Florida Baking Academy offers a variety of one-on-one classes, vacation baking classes, and more. Register at or at 321-622-6185.

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