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1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Children's Home Society of Florida's first annual Spring Baby Shower!

Location: Children’s Home Society of Florida, Orlando

                   It’s a choice no parent wants to make: pay rent or buy diapers.

                    But parents in our community are forced to make it every day.

 You can change that.

Join us for our Spring Baby Shower as we collect baby supplies to help more than 1,000 little ones in Central Florida.
You can help new families build a strong foundation from the very beginning.

 We will have two Baby Shower Guest Receptions in the Orlando community. These are special opportunities for you to drop off your donations, enjoy cupcakes, games and refreshments, and to learn about our early childhood programs!


Please RSVP at www.chsfl.org/BabyShower for full details on our Guest Receptions and our baby supply donation needs.  


                                877-9-FORKIDS (877-936-7543)





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6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Exhibit "Segregation Story"

Location: Mount Dora Center for the Arts, Art Gallery, Mount Dora Florida

Exploration of community themed exhibitions led to an exhibit focusing on race is available to view from May 12th to July 9th at the Mount Dora Center for the Arts.

“Segregation Story,” a collection of photographs by Gordon Parks, a noted African American photographer, musician, writer and film director will be exhibited.  Parks is known for his photos documenting segregation in the south. Parks’ work has been reserved through The Gordon Parks Foundation.

This project uses the photo-journalistic art of Parks, who died in 2006 as a springboard for discussion about history, ethics and the current social and political environment.

A lecture by Dr. Scot French will focus on the forms that segregation took in “progressive” Southern towns of Central Florida and the relevance of history to our current conversations on race. Dr. Scot French is an Associate Professor of Digital & Public History at the University of Central Florida. Dr. French will speak at the Mount Dora Center for the Arts on May 18th at 6:30.

Accompanying the Parks exhibit is a collection of photographs on loan from the W.T. Bland Library in Mount Dora. “School Days at Milner Rosenwald Academy”

Philanthropist Julius Rosenwald, president of Sears Roebuck with the encouragement of his friend Booker T. Washington helped fund schools in black communities. By the early 1930s, there were 5,000 “Rosenwald schools” in the South. The Mount Dora school building still exists and was last used as a Head Start school.

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6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

The Comedy of Juanita Lolita

Location: Oxford Assembly of God, Oxford FL

We would like to invite you to a night filled with worship and laughter.

The doors will open at 6 pm and the show will start at 7 pm.

This is a FREE EVENT!

                          The show will feature comedian JUANITA LOLITA and THE RENEWED BAND.

Brought to you by: Jesus Movement Entertainment.

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6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Wind Beneath My Wings Gala - Presented by Hand In Hand Lake County

Location: Lake Receptions, Mount Dora FL

Our 2017 Gala is only a few months away! Last year we rolled out the red carpet for our ‘Star Search’ then we grabbed our boots and cowboy hats for ‘Spurs and Sparkles’. This year we are putting the “Wind Beneath Our Wings” as we soar into our black tie affair. Come dressed to impress! We will have a very special guest with us. Bob Williamson, the author of a well known book titled, ‘Miracle On Luckie Street’ will be with us. This event is sure to fill up fast so reserve your seat or corporate table at: http://www.handinhandlakecounty.org/496-2/.

Our program is a 1-year in house addiction treatment program. We work mainly with the homeless, who have no insurance or way of paying for a program. We are supported 100% from our community and this Gala is our big fundraiser of the year. Hand in Hand is the corporation that operates His Powerhouse for men and Ruth House for women. We house 30 men, 11 women and 4 children.

Our nation is fighting a battle of epidemic proportions. 2016 resulted in a 500% increase in deaths from overdose. That means that our community is becoming less safe for us to raise our families in. We have had success in showing these individuals that there is a better way. Our goal is to return these men and women to society as productive citizens and helping us to fight this battle. Hand in Hand seeks to partner with our community as we work to make it a better place to live. Please join with us. “Together we can make a difference by bringing Hope, Healing and Recovery to those who need it most.”

For more information please contact:

David Douglas, Executive Director Hand in Hand Lake County Inc.





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7:00 PM - 9:30 PM


Location: Oxford Assembly of God, Oxford FL


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