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Date/Time Event
04/01/2014 - 04/30/2014
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

Food Drive for the Hungry: Hosted by Subway (Through month of April)

Location: 9 area SUBWAY restaurants, Ocoee FL

Help Bread of Life Fellowship (a local Christian Food Bank) reach their goal of 100,000 pounds of donated food by April 30th! We know it’s a big goal…but we have a really BIG GOD who can do more than we imagine! It was made real easy; thanks to the nine Subway locations that have graciously agreed to host this food drive to benefit local families in need, as part of the Feinstein Foundation for a $1 Million Challenge! Simply bring your canned goods or other non-perishable items to any of those Subway restaurants and drop them in the Bread of Life barrels! Thank you for your support and this will be for the whole month of April, so let’s make a change together!

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10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Home School Day: Cultural Excursion

Location: Orange County Regional History Center, Orlando

Join us for an excursion through Central Florida’s cultural diversity. Find out how Native Americans and people from other countries have influenced our melting pot community. Enjoy a day of cultural celebration with food, dance, and music!

Programs have two start times: 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Families will rotate through four stations. Members: $6 students, $3 adults. Non-members: $10 students, $6 adults. Children under 4 are free.

To register, contact the Education Department at 407.836.8580.

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10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Supercentenarians: Secrets of the Oldest Old

Location: Florida Hospital Church, Orlando FL

Come join us at this free event open to the community with light refreshments being served!

As Director of the Gerontology Research Group, Dr. Coles oversees the tracking and validation of Supercentenarians, the world’s oldest people, individuals who are 110 years or older. As one of the world’s foremost experts, he frequently gets called upon by the national and international media (AP, UPI, Reuters, The Wall Street Journal, and the Los Angeles Times).

His lecture will focus on identifying and defining Supercentenarians and helping to provide much needed insight as to how they live such long and healthy lives. Dr. Coles will delve into patient medical history and autopsy findings to provide research on why these supercentenarians live as long as they do and what they could’ve done to live even longer. He will provide invaluable information on how we can all strive to live to a healthy 100 years of age and beyond.

To RSVP go to Supercenenarians: Secrets of the Oldest Old. For more information, call 407.303.9239 or email Steve.Sukowii@flhosp.org.

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11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

DeBary Womens Connection Monthly Luncheon

Location: DeBary Golf & Country Club, Debary FL

All women are invited. Our motto is “Connecting Women with God, each Other, and their Communities.” The third Wednesday of each month we have a luncheon that includes a great program, delicious food, awesome networking opportunities, and an excellent speaker who shares her journey of faith. $15 cash or check at door. Please join us!

For more information and reservations, visit DeBary Women’s Connection, email debarywc@gmail.com or call Susan at 386.668.1169 or Kathy at 386.747.5079. Affiliated with Stonecroft Ministries.

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6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

MOPS Meeting

Location: First United Methodist Church of Orlando, Orlando FL

MOPS is an international organization that meets the needs of more than 100,000 women each year nationwide and is a christian program specially designed for mothers who are pregnant or have children that are kindergarten aged or younger. This organization gives moms the leisure time to share good conversation with other moms,and also have the opportunity to learn parenting, caring for themselves and their homes through a variety of presentations. We meet at First United Methodist Church of Orlando on the third Wednesday evening of each month from September to May. Childcare is always free to participants.

Register your children for the nursery at First United Methodist Church of Orlando.

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7:00 PM - 7:30 PM

FREE Women's Webinar: What to Consider When You Have Fibroids

Location: Webinar, compatible with mobile devices

You have options, what to consider when you have Fibrosis. Women who suffer from common female conditions that may lead to hysterectomies need the most up-to-date information on their treatment options. To learn about options before choosing surgery, check out one of our free online webinars and speak with a physician live. You Have Options and find out how to treat abnormal bleeding.

To register for this and other webinars, visit Women’s Night IN Webinar. After registering, you will receive an invitation to join the webinar.


For more information or to register visit, St.Cloud Regional Hospital or call: 407.891.2920.

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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Two Crowns Presentation

Location: Central Christian Church, Orlando FL

Two Crowns is an Easter Cantata presented by the Central Florida Community Arts. This will be a free presentation.

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7:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Risen (Easter Cantata)

Location: The Rock Church, Kissimmee FL

The Rock Church presents a Passion Play, “Risen”. Then join us for our Easter service on Sunday, April 20th at 11 a.m.

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7:00 AM - 8:15 AM

YMCA of Central Florida 20th Annual Celebration of Prayer Breakfast

Location: First Baptist Church of Orlando, Orlando Florida

The Central Florida YMCA’s Celebration of Prayer breakfast is attended each year by more than 1,000 community leaders, and is the largest event of its kind held locally during Holy Week. This year, Major Dan Rooney, Retired USAF and People Magazine’s 2008 Hero of the Year, will share an inspirational message about the importance of faith at the Y’s 20th Annual Celebration of Prayer Breakfast on Thursday, April 17.

General Information:
Corporate tables (seating of eight) are $400, half tables are $200, and individual tickets are $50.
To reserve tickets, please contact Debbie Korba: 407.895.8669 or DKorba@cfymca.org.

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12:10 PM - 12:50 PM

“Choosing the Right Home for Life’s Next Chapter”

Location: Orlando Public Library- 3rd Floor, Albertson Rm, Orlando FL

“Choosing the Right Home for Life’s Next Chapter” with Michele Moon, Estate Conversions:

  • How to determine what you want for your retirement home – and understanding this might mean your retirement home is not your last move
  • What housing features support aging in place opportunities, including house design, fixtures and lighting?
  • Why is it important to focus on the surrounding neighborhood?
  • What type of neighborhood amenities are important to look for such as shopping, proximity to medical, and parks?
  • What roadway features help provide safe driving conditions and how important are transportation options?
  • Identify walkability neighborhood features that are important to look for
  • Discuss the importance of staying active in the community

The Counsel for Caregivers Seminar Series is a month program created by the Orange County Commission on Aging to help elders and their caregivers learn more about elder services and the aging network.

To RSVP, call 407.836.7446 or email officeonaging@ocfl.net.
For more information, contact Mimi Reggentin: 407.836.6563 or mimi.reggentin@ocfl.net

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