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04/18/2017
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Women's Ecumencial Bible Study


Location: Palm Coast United Methodist Church, Palmcoast FL

Women’s Ecumenical Bible Study is open to ALL women seeking a deeper relationship with God through the study of His Word.

Two times are available: Tuesday evenings, 6-8 pm and Thursday morning, 10am-12pm. Choose to attend either one.

Cost of class with materials is $20.00.

The Spring session, 7 weeks in length, begins Tuesday, April 18, 2017 and features “Gideon: Your Weakness. God’s Strength.” by author and video-presenter, Priscilla Shirer. Pre-registration is available or study guide may be purchased at the first class. Childcare is available upon request. For more information about WEBS, visit Palm Coast UMC  | webs@palmcoastumc.org.


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04/19/2017
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Biology Colloquium Speaker: Paul Rosolie


Location: Seminole State College, Building G, Sanford Fl

As part of the Biology Colloqium Series, the Seminole State College Environmental Initiative Club and Biology Department are pleased to host naturalist, author, and award-winning wildlife filmmaker Paul Rosolie, who will describe his experiences in the Amazon Rainforest. Rosolie will also discuss his memoir Mother of God, detailing his adventures in the Peruvian Amazon, the most biodiverse wilderness on Earth. Everyone is welcome to come learn about his wildlife encounters and how his conservation project, Tamandua Expeditions, uses tourism to support rainforest conservation.

A reception and book signing (with books available for purchase) will immediately follow the presentation.

 This event is free and open to the public.
For more information see the link below:

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04/19/2017
7:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Seminole State College of Florida Celebrates Earth Week 2017


Location: Emil Buehler Planetarium at Seminole State College, Building B, Sanford Fl

Seminole State College of Florida, home to the Emil Buehler Perpetual Trust Planetarium, will host a series of events for Earth Week 2017, a celebration of all things about our Earth.
Details of each of those events are included below.

  • Dark Horizons: Saving the Night from Light Pollution Panel
    Tuesday, April 18 | 7 p.m. | Buehler Planetarium | Free Admission
    The Planetarium presents a night dedicated to combatting light pollution. We will feature expert panelists from the International Dark-Sky Association, the Central Florida Astronomical Society, and the town of Harmony, Fla. Our experts will be discussing the importance of preserving the night sky and how light pollutions affects our environment, health, and safety.
  • Speaker Series: Paul Rosolie
    Wednesday, April 19 | 7 p.m. | Seminole State Concert Hall | Free Admission
    The Biology Department of Seminole State College presents author Paul Rosolie as he discusses his work exploring the uncharted tributaries of the western Amazon River basin.

 

  • Stellar Speaker Series: Orbits and Ice Ages
    Wednesday, April 19 | 7 p.m. | Buehler Planetarium | Free Admission
    Join us as we welcome UCF professor Dr. Daniel Britt as he discusses the history of our climate on planet Earth over the last 500 million years and what the future holds for us.

 

  • Planetarium Show: “Terra” 
    Friday, April 21 | 8:30 p.m. | Buehler Planetarium | Standard planetarium admission
    $6 adults, $4 students and adults 55+, free for College students, faculty, and staff

    In a seemingly limitless universe, only our planet, Terra, is known to harbor life. This full-dome video presentation examines what makes our five billion-year-old “third rock from the sun” so special. “Terra” takes visitors back to the very beginnings of the Earth, the massive impact that astronomers believed formed our moon and caused the separation of the first oceans from the continents. Visitors discover how the unique characteristics of Earth have made life on this planet possible, and how the planet has evolved and changed, a process that continues today. There may be billions of stars, but there is only one “Terra.”
    Appropriate for ages 5 and up.

 

  • NEW Planetarium Show: “Two Degrees: Earth on the Edge”
    Saturday, April 22 | 7 and 8:30 p.m. | Buehler Planetarium | Standard planetarium admission
    $6 adults, $4 students and adults 55+, free for College students, faculty, and staff

    Two degrees Celsius. That increase to the average temperature of Earth is believed by climate scientists to be a “point of no return” – where the profound changes to our planet’s environment and atmosphere instigated by greenhouse gas emissions could prove irreversible. “Two Degrees” explores the science of climate change and global warming, from the coldest, deepest ravines of the Antarctic to the seashores of Florida, and across millions of years of Earth’s history. Alongside the planetarium’s stunning full dome imagery and animations, “Two Degrees” is a warning – and a call to action.
    Most appropriate for ages 9 and up.

“Earth Week tells the story of our very own planet, from its geological history, our ever changing climate, and our ability to protect,” said Derek Demeter, Director of Seminole State College of Florida’s Buehler Planetarium. “Using our unique technological capabilities here at the planetarium, we hope patrons who attend our events leave with a better appreciation to our unique place in the cosmos and why it is important we protect it for generations to come.”
Located on Seminole State’s Sanford/Lake Mary Campus, the Emil Buehler Perpetual Trust Planetarium at Seminole State College of Florida offers live, interactive shows and full-dome video presentations. For more information on the Buehler Planetarium and upcoming Earth Week 2017 events, visit https://www.seminolestate.edu/planet/, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram: @seminoleplanet.


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04/20/2017
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Parenting Ain't Easy Conference


Location: Winter Park Civic Center, Winter Park Florida

Are you frustrated with your child’s behavior? Do you need some parenting solutions that work? This conference is for you! Parenting Ain’t Easy and it can be very challenging at times and the cause of stress for the best of parents! JOIN US for a parenting conference where you can learn ways to deal with challenging behaviors, how to deal with bullying and bullying behaviors, reduce your daily stress, parent children with mental health and have more fun with your children. Guest speakers will share relevant strategies and tips on parenting, practical ways to help make parenting easier and family life a little less hectic.

YOU MUST ATTEND THIS CONFERENCE IF:

You want to learn some practical and effective ways of dealing with your child’s behaviors;

You have a child or children with special needs such as Adhd, Bipolar, Cognitive delays, etc.;

You are frustrated and at the end of your rope and need solutions now;

You want to know how to love your child through the drama and enjoy your family!

AT THIS CONFERENCE YOU’LL:

Hear from experienced parenting experts and mental health professionals who can help you;

Learn how to deal with bullying at school and at home;

Engage in interactive discussions & activities with other parents;

Explore some new techniques that will help deal with challenging behaviors;

Have access to community resources that can help families with a variety of needs.

CONFERENCE SESSIONS:

Conference Host & Parent Coach, YaSheema Marshall, will remind you that there is no such thing as a “perfect parent” with her “The Myth of a Perfect Parent” talk! Our Keynote Speaker, who is a Bullying Expert, Author & Licensed Mental Health Therapist, Jim West, will give his acclaimed presentation on “Dealing with Difficult Kids” & “How To Fly Under the Bullying Radar” that is a must hear for ALL parents! Licensed Psychotherapist, Morgan Rahimi, will remind you of the importance of taking care of yourself as a parent with her session “An Apple a Day: Tips for Parental Self-Care” and Dr. Maxine Ruddock will help you dig deeper by sharing with us what to do when your kid doesn’t fit in the “normal” box with her session “Parenting Outside the Box.” This will be a fun, interactive and informative conference that parents don’t want to miss!


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04/21/2017
6:30 PM - 11:00 PM

City Rockfest Tour 2017


Location: Lifepoint Church Deland, DeLand FL

City rockfest tour 2017 featuring Disciple, Seventh Day Slumber, Decyfer Down, Spoken and Random Hero.. A night if chest thumping guitar driven rock and roll with a message of hope and redemption. Tickets are available at Itickets.com  $15. Doors open at 6 pm concert starts at 6:30 pm. VIP tickets available with 5:15 pm entry and band meet and greet  for $25.


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04/22/2017
12:00 AM - 12:00 PM

7th Annual Paws for Peace Walk for Harbor House of Central Florida


Location: Blue Jacket Park, Winter Park FL

Join Harbor House of Central Florida, Orange County’s only 24/7 certified domestic violence shelter, at its 7th Annual Paws for Peace Walk on Saturday, April 22, to raise awareness of the life-saving support this non-profit organization provides to domestic abuse survivors, their families, and their pets.

What: A fun and leisurely stroll for pets, their families and friends, Paws for Peace is an annual fundraising event that supports Harbor House and its Paws for Peace Kennel. The kennel recently expanded which allows more survivors to bring their pets when they leave their homes. Harbor House has the only onsite kennel for the pets of domestic abuse survivors in Central Florida. The walk is a family-friendly event and will feature bounce houses, music and a train ride for children, as well as free custard samples.

When: Saturday, April 22 at 9:00AM

Registration: 8:00 – 9:00AM; Walk 9:00AM – 12:00PM

Where: Blue Jacket Park in Baldwin Park (North corner of General Rees Ave. and Lower Park Road)

2501 General Rees Avenue, Orlando, FL 32802

Parking is onsite and complimentary.

Why: Paws for Peace Kennel ensures no family member is left behind in an abusive home, and allows children of survivors to maintain contact with their pets while staying in the safety of the shelter.

  • 48% of survivors delay leaving an abusive situation for fear that their pets will be harmed.
  • 88% of pets living in domestic violence homes are abused.
  • 100% of the proceeds of this walk will go towards survivor services and kennel operations

Who: The event is open to teams and individuals and is great for families.

How: Teams and individuals are welcome. Registration is available at http://pawswalk2017.kintera.org.

General Registration: $20 donation (includes a free t-shirt and doggie bandana)
Children 12 and under: No charge

Harbor House of Central Florida is Orange County’s only state-certified domestic violence center. It provides safe shelter, a 24-hour crisis hotline, counseling, legal advocacy and justice for thousands of domestic violence survivors and their children each year. Harbor House works to prevent and eliminate domestic abuse in Central Florida by providing critical life-saving services to survivors, implementing and advancing best practices, and educating and engaging the community in a united front. For more information, please visit https://www.harborhousefl.com/. Follow the organization on social media through Facebook at Harbor House of Central Florida; Twitter @HarborHouseFL; and YouTube at HarborHouseFL.

 


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04/22/2017
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

3rd Annual Special Needs & Autism Family Awareness Day


Location: Central Florida Dreamplex, Clermont Florida

The members of We Speak for Them Support Group want to extend an invitation to all special needs families and their friends and families to join the fun at Autism Awareness Family Fun Day! This is a great family event representing all of those with special needs…There will be crafts, a bounce house, a fun DJ, therapy animals, some of your favorite characters, food and so much more! This event is 100% free and will feature so many organizations across Central Florida including doctors offices, dental offices, therapists and many other non profits and businesses. Your Z will see you there!

To find out more about this event please visit the Autism Family Fun Day Facebook page here.


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04/22/2017
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Central Florida Earth Day


Location: Lake Eola Park, Orlando Florida

Central Florida Earth Day is back–bigger and better than ever! It will be held at beautiful Lake Eola Park in Orlando! Please join us at the largest and most prestigious Earth Day event in Central Florida.The event will include healthy living and eco-friendly exhibitors, speakers, and presentations; non-profits; fun and games for kids; dog and cat adoptions; restaurant booths; environmental and humane education; artist and craft corners; and live music and entertainment. Central Florida Earth Day will draw both committed environmentalists and those who want to learn more about how to protect our health, the planet, and its inhabitants.

Admission is FREE! For more information, visit Central Florida Earth Day.


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04/22/2017
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Macedonia 12th Annual Health & Wellness Fair


Location: Hungerford Prep High School Gymnasium, Eatonville FL

Are you ready to make your health a priority? Join Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church for a day of wellness promotion and fun for the entire family at this year’s 12th Annual Health & Wellness Fair. The event is FREE to the community. Access free health screenings, over 70 vendor exhibits, educational resources, food, door prizes, Zumba, games, activities for kids, and much more!

You can also save lives by donating blood on the Big Red Bus and schedule your mammogram appointment (financial assistance is available and most insurance plans are accepted).

Call 407-647-0010 ext. 112 for more information or to schedule mammogram and blood donation appointments.

Don’t miss this opportunity to rejuvenate your health!


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04/22/2017
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Open House: Help a Horse Day


Location: Wild Horse Rescue Center, Mims Florida

The Wild Horse Rescue Center will be taking part in the national celebration of ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®) Help A Horse Day on April 22 from 1-5 at the WHRC and competing for a chance to win up to $25,000 in grant prizes to assist with their efforts to protect horses.

To celebrate the day, the Wild Horse Rescue Center will be hosting an Open House at the Center that houses more than 50 mustangs and some burros!  Come learn more about the Center’s mission to care and train wild horse and enjoy the family activities planned like Horse Tales and Horse Painting, and of course, raffles!

Free admission. Check out its website: http://www.wildhorserescuecenter.org to learn more about the event and how you can help wild mustangs.

 


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