Events

Murder by the Numbers Wine and Sign

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Bookmark It’s Wine and Sign is this Friday, March 20 from 6 to 8 p.m. Local author and mathematician Bob Brigham will be on hand with his two whodunnits, Math is Murder and Murder by the Numbers. Murder by the Numbers sneak peak: Pomp, circumstance, and murder mark the graduation ceremony at Marcus Rome State […]

Food

APGDiscover: Eat Local, the Cheese Edition

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Since the Audubon Park Garden District is Orlando’s food hub, I thought I’d celebrate Slow Food Orlando’s Eat Local Week with a month long commitment to only eat food that has come from our district. (And no, 7 Eleven doesn’t count with their snack selection. So no cheese popcorn for me this month. *sniff*) This […]

Events

APGDiscover: Bookmark It Wine + Sign Party

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As any writer will attest, the secret to a good story lies in taking your readers on a journey of discovery and plot twists.  Running a bookstore is no different. With their one year anniversary happening now, Bookmark It announces special March-only store hours to help them further develop their cast of characters and prepare […]

Events

APGDiscover: Sustainable Sweets

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In case you missed it, in January the Audubon Park Garden District held our third APGD After Hours event. This time Tara Gould, Owner and Head Baker of P is for Pie, hosted everyone in her boutique bakery in the West Corrine Plaza (2806 Corrine Drive, Orlando, FL 32803). Visitors got to try free samples […]

Members

Warrior One Seeks to Build Healthy Community

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There was a time when I thought yoga was super weird. As is the case with many of my half-baked opinions this one was informed by 90s sitcom television. Still, I felt there were plenty of real life examples of yoga enthusiasts who tossed around too used freely words like “energy” and “vibes.” I didn’t […]

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The Garden District Adds a Farm to Table Restaurant

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The Smiling Bison, Audubon Park Garden District’s absolutely newest partner, brings farm to table offerings to our area. While the term farm to table is thrown around a lot these days, the team at The Smiling Bison takes the concept seriously, working with local farms to craft their menu around high quality, seasonal ingredients. Some […]