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Fashion Square Mall’s Revitalizing Renovations

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Anyone familiar with the Orlando Fashion Square Mall over the past decade knows there isn’t much to see there these days, but that’s all about to change, thanks to an investment influx. Scott Fish’s UP Development Inc. is bringing over $25 million dollars in redevelopment to the mall, and its adjacent parcels of land. Exciting […]

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Story Slam in APGD

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March 1, from 7 to 9 p.m., the Audubon Park Garden District is hosting a story slam with our pals at The Orlando Story Club at East End Market. What is a story slam? It’s a story telling contest where slammers compete in front of an audience, vying to tell the best tale in just […]

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APGD Welcomes: O’Neil, Lee & West

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O’Neil, Lee & West’s Insurance agency has been serving Orlando’s communities since 1917. A family owned, independent agency, O’Neil, Lee & West are a hyper-local agency. The agency is committed to providing Orlando families and businesses with personal service that mainstream insurance agencies can not offer. No gimmicks or salesmen can compete with a company […]

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Audubon Park Elementary Informational Meeting

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District Six School Board Representative, Nancy Robbinson, will host a community meeting February 19th at 6:30 pm to discuss the possibilities of reconstruction for the original site. This meeting will be in the cafeteria of the temporary Audubon Park school in Baldwin Park at 1750 Common Way Road, Orlando, FL 32814. Currently the original Audubon Park Elementary […]

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Show Your Love, Share Your Love – Sip + Stroll

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Join us Saturday February 8, 2 to 5 pm, for libations and light bites as you stroll the award winning shops of the Audubon Park Garden District. Try sweet and savory samples, beer and wine, while engaging with interactive Show Your Love art installations along the way. Drink curated by Redlight Redlight, food curated by […]

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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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Growing a Market Through Grass Roots

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Heading down Corrine in the past couple weeks, you’ve already seen what the new East End Market has done to appreciate the value of our community. However it might come as a surprise, that within its four walls lies the capacity to double the demand for locally grown, locally sold produce. Emerging from a landscape […]

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An Organic Experiment Comes to Fruition

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Given the time of year, you are no doubt trying to fight off a cold of some sort as you read this. If you lead a busy lifestyle, I will give you a pro-tip: Kombucha. Had it not been for this magical brew, I would have been a mess by the time I sat down […]

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Audubon Park Garden District Applies to Become Certified Wildlife Habitat

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The Audubon Park Garden District wants to promote the creation and conservation of wildlife habitats through community-wide collaboration and public education. We are building a thoughtful and healthy urban environment for people and wildlife, right down to our pollinators. To that end, we have become part of the National Wildlife Federation’s Certified Wildlife Habitat™ program. […]

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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 […]