Lakes of Windermere Fall Festival at the Gazebo 2016
Dear Friends & Neighbors,
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It is because we’re in Florida that we are privileged enough to be able to still be in short sleeves and shorts in the mid of November… November 12, 2016, to be exact….
We are still able to inhale the dose of sunshine reminding me of summer time, even in autumn….
Frequently occurring Artistic Sky (I call it) that I feel must be the contributing factor for happier and more relaxed Floridians….
No wonder there are so many artists here in Central Florida….how can one help oneself when faced with such generous Mother Nature, surrounding us with so much beautiful inspirations….
I don’t usually get to see so many children gathering in one location in the neighborhood. Our Fall/Spring Festival at the Gazebo (today is the Fall Festival, Nov. 12, 2016, 1:00-5:00 pm) are the times when we get to enjoy the sight of these energetic children running, scootering, showing off their face paints, or bouncing on the Xtreme Entertainment equipment. The smoky aroma of the bodacious BBQ of Babbalous Catering qualifies this event as a picnic. Allow me to share with you part of what I’ve absorbed above (in photos) and below (in 2 different of videos, A. or B.). Let me know which of the two versions you’d prefer via [email protected] . Enjoy!
Don’t forget the Windermere Sun Meetup Tomorrow (Nov.17, 2016), 6:00-7:30 PM, at the Windermere Branch Library (aka Franklin W. Chase Memorial Library, 530 Main St., Windermere, FL). The topic will be on Increased Our Odds of Longevity Via Organic Farming/Gardening/Food. Join us if you’re interested. Details may be obtained at:
Besides having two speakers to speak on the topic of organic farming/gardening/food, we will also spend part of the time networking and getting to know our neighbors in the community. So bring your business cards if you’re interested in networking or collaborating. Water and snacks will be available.
~Let’s Help One Another~
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