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Moments before a vote that would ban protesting in Winter Park neighborhoods, Jennifer An derson stood at the podium in the City Commission Chambers and painted a picture in words. They were yelling, and they were chanting, and they were say ing that this victim was a baby kill er, she said on Monday, describing an anti-abortion protest scene in front of the Winter Park home of Planned Parenthood of Greater Or lando CEO Jenna Tosh on Aug. 18. That incident was at the cen emergency ordinance that banned protesting within 50 feet of singlefamily residential neighborhoods in the city. Monday night the City Commission voted 4-1 to make that ordinance permanent, with Mayor Ken Bradley dissenting. Residents and some visitors whod driven from both coasts of the state packed the chamber to weigh in on a battle fought between free speech and personal safety. Of the incident that clogged the sidewalk along Aloma Avenue, none of the basic facts were in dis pute. Tosh arrived home from a of anti-abortion protestors at her home. They continued to hold signs depicting aborted fetuses along the busy street after Tosh arrived home. Police were called for a disturbance and arrived to survey the scene. But the details of the protest were broadly disputed. Allura Lightfoot, who spoke at the meeting and was part of the protest, said the group was causing no disturbance that led to the police call. This was a peaceful protest, 407-740-0401 www.FirstColonyBank.netYour Real Hometown BankOn Hwy 17-92 in MaitlandMember FDIC Calendar Art & History Museums opens two exhibits, The Power of Two and Spatial Relationships, on Friday. Page 7 Lifestyles The residents of Winter Park, Maitland and Eatonville have been challenged to come together and walk on Oct. 6. Page 8 USPS 00-6186 Publisher statement on page 4. 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Theyre useful birds, and it doesnt make sense why we cant have one sort of useful pet laugh. Bernice, Lucille and Faye the three hens Whited says she may or may not house in her own backyard provide fresh eggs to her and her neigh bors, valuable fertilizer for the soil, and a way to recycle food scraps. All, she says, while be ing considerably less bother some than her neighbors dogs. Were not asking for any thing unreasonable, she said. Shes proposing that the city allow residents to house up to Roosters the main cause of noise concern and unnecessary for egg production would remain on the prohibited list. Whiteds initiative comes on the heels of a similar push for legalizing backyard chickens in the city of Orlando earlier this year. In May, the Orlando City Council passed a pilot program allowing 25 residents to house up to three chickens in their backyard. The program has since been widened slightly to allow additional families to enroll, said Dennis Mudge, the Multi-County Animal Sci ence Agent for the University of Florida who helped organize the pilot program. in the pilot program, the neigh bors are all happy to have the chickens around its going very well. These are some of the best treated chickens Ive ever seen in my life, he said The Maitland City Council unan imously voted against a previously proposed property tax increase on Monday in favor of keeping a mill age rate identical to the one the city has maintained for the past year budget, the Council decided to reduce the proposed millage rate from 3.93 back to 3.88 with an ad ditional debt service millage of .44 for a total rate of 4.32, meaning residents can expect to pay roughly $4.32 per $1,000 of taxable home value. A homeowner with a house with a total taxable value of $250,000 can expect a $15 savings on their prop erty tax bill compared to the initial estimate. I hope that makes some noise that we join a few other communi ties whove done everything else necessary to not have a tax in crease, said Councilman Phil Bo nus, who had consistently voted PHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE OBSERVER Mark Schmidter waits to speak against an ordinance in Winter Park that would make protesting in residential neighborhoods illegal. It passed 4-1 on Monday. ISAAC BABCOCK Observer Staff Please see COUNCIL on page 2 To learn more about the Winter Park Backyard Chicken Initiative, visit facebook.com/wpchickens For a detailed review of the budget passed by the Maitland City Council on Sept. 24, visit itsmymaitland.com SARAH WILSON Observer Staff SARAH WILSON Observer Staff Please see CHICKENS on page 2 PHOTO BY SARAH WILSON THE OBSERVER Chickens munch on herbs and fruit during Tom Careys Chickens for the Central Florida Homestead workshop held at Sundew Gardens in Oviedo last weekend. A group of Winter Park residents want to alter a city ordinance to allow backyard hens. Please see PROTEST on page 3
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A 2.5 percent merit-based pay raise for all employees was already budgeted, but Council members debated giving more after see ing the initial results of a market salaries were below market value. Councilman Ivan Valdes said, I cant see asking the citizens to pay more for salary increases. I cant sit here and say lets throw things out that the citizens enjoy just so that we can make pay raises. At the 3.88 millage rate, he not ed, the city had its entire budget balanced with $2,223 to spare and that salaries could be changed as needed with other funds already set aside. Anselmo said the budget al located $311,000 for salary ad justments in 2012, and that in this budget pay plan, changes will have to be made within that funding. The approved budget also al located funding for both state and federal lobbyists, keeping the Maitland Public Library open on Mondays, and funding an addi tional part-time position within COUNCIL | Study shows city salaries are below market value C ONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE Join us for a stylish and fun night as we raise funds for a great cause. An all-inclusive event that lets you savor ne food and signature martinis while you try your luck at favorite casino games and live auction. Private Wealth Management presentsA cool, casino night beneting NEW HOPE FOR KIDSAll proceeds benet New Hope for Kids, which provides specialized support to children and families grieving the death of a loved one, and grants wishes to children with life-threatening illnesses in Central Florida. FEIN # 59-1791345Friday, October 12Event begins at 007 PM At the Orlando MINI350 South Lake Destiny Road Orlando, FL 32810 Cost: $65/personor 2 for $100. To learn more visit: newhopeforkids.org SCAN TO LEARN MORE } with a laugh. The Orlando program, which requires participants to take an urban chicken care class, and the concurrent Winter Park Backyard Chicken Initiative are part of what Mudge says has been a larger nationwide whole food move ment thats blossomed in the last increasingly interested in where their food is coming from and are using chickens as a way to control that on their own. Tom Carey operates Sundew Gardens in Oviedo, where he teaches urban chicken care class chickens. He says hes seen a growing interest locally in living dering peoples basic right to con trol the source of their own food. Theyre essentially saying people cant grow and produce their own food theyre saying you have to go to Publix and pay for these things with cash. For the cities to write laws that peo ple have to buy food at a grocery store, I dont agree with that, he said. He said raising hens is a centuries-old tradition that, when done responsibly, causes little or no disruption to a community. You might hear maybe a cou ple cluck, cluck, clucks, but noth ing louder than a TV, he said. Mudge said noise and mod eration of the chickens were the biggest concerns in Orlando, and have since become non-issues as the pilot program has moved along. Chicago and San Francisco have successful programs. The main thing is that the birds be treated appropriately. People were afraid that this would be taken advantage of, but its been just the opposite, he said. Winter Park resident Joseph DAnna says he stumbled upon Whiteds Winter Park Backyard Chicken Initiative while research ing the idea of urban chickens after he heard that they were le galized in Seattle. He found other cities in Florida, such as Sarasota and Tampa, had changed laws to allow backyard chickens, but that Winter Park still had the practice outlawed. But hes hopeful that with the initiative raising aware ness, it wont be long until that changes. I think youll see more cities do it especially if it works out in Orlando, he said. Winter Park should watch how theirs goes, let Orlando work out the bugs so to speak and go from there. Winter Park Mayor Ken Brad ley says that following Whiteds appeal to the Commission last urban chickens and has instruct ed members of the Planning and Zoning Board to provide a recom mendation to the Commission in the near future. We always try to be responsive to citizens requests, so thats what were working to do. The request is very interest ing, and Im sure it will have its time too, he said. For the time being, Whited is working to increase awareness and education about urban chick ens throughout the community. From posters to Facebook posts, she said she is doing all she can to try and change the way people view the idea of raising chickens in Winter Park. Shes says that there are a va riety of breeds to choose from, and the birds often develop per sonalities and relationships with the owners like any other pet. For those interested, she said, even Williams-Sonoma on Park Avenue has a chicken coop and kit for sale in its store. Our biggest enemy is peoples visions of what raising backyard chickens means, she said. Its a really great thing, and not neces sarily what people expect. CHICKENS | Other cities have programs C ONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE
Page 3 Lightfoot said. We were singing, praying, and holding pictures. She said that police were angry that the person who had called them about a disturbance had lied to them. They stated that they were called under false pretenses, Lightfoot said. But resident Madeline Pots, whose house also had protestors in front of it, described a more contentious scene along the busy thoroughfare. They had huge banners and posters, very graphic posters, Pots said. They were shouting scripture. They were yelling and waving to cars. My husband ap pealed to them to quiet down, which they didnt do until there was a police presence. They posi tioned their young children along Aloma Avenue, literally inches from the curb. That incident, and the ensu ing outcry, led to the emergency anti-protest ordinance that the city voted to make permanent on Monday. The city attorney said that it would stand up in court but others in attendance disagreed. If you pass this you might as well call it the lawyer employ ment act, because this is going to create a lot of jobs, resident Mark Schmidter said. This is just going to cost a bunch of people a whole lot of money to defend the Con stitution. University of Central Florida law professor David Slaughter said that though the ordinance seemingly infringed upon free speech rights, free speech is not universal. This ordinance is unques tionably constitutional, he said. No right is absolute. Not the First Amendment, not the Second Amendment. Protected speech is not equally permissible in all places at all times. In the end the vote would be decided on the merits of safety trumping speech. Though the law would apply to any kind of protest, the anti-abortion incident used by the four commissioners who voted in favor of the ordi nance. Bradley, the lone dissenter, de scribed the oppression faced by relatives he visited in the commu nist former Czechoslovakia and said that he learned what restrict ing freedoms could lead to. You cant have safety in your homes if you dont have rights around it, Bradley said. For me the freedoms trump that. Commissioner Steven Leary said that he didnt want the city to have to pass the ordinance, but that safety concerns were too dire. There are [protestors] that are trying to use the First Amend ment to shield hatred and harass ment, Leary said. This crude form of harassment has no place in this community. Hours: Monday through Friday from 8:30 am 4:00 pm 1925 Mizell Avenue, Suite 205, Winter Park, FL 32792 www.FHMedicalGroup.com FPMG-12-9304 INTRODUCINGRaquel Pitt, PA-C Call 407.646.7045 to schedule an appointment. Raquel joins Dr. Baill of The Menopause Center in providing unmatched and unhurried health care, support and understanding before, during and after menopause. Her main interests include well women care, contraception, cancer prevention, and quality of life improvement. Raquel is also uent in conversational Spanish. PROTEST | Speakers say anti-abortion protest was peaceful while others called it loud and inappropriate C ONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE
Page 4 rfnntbtfbbbb nbbbbf rrbbnb bbfffb nbbfnbbn bnbfrfntbnnn n n r rfn tbrbn b rf ntbrnnnrrrrf tnn n n Community Bulletin HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL The Wildcats get ready to host Freedom (2-1) at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 28. UCF FOOTBALL The Knights kickoff against the Missouri Tigers at noon Saturday, Sept. 29, at home. BUSINESS BRIEFS Chef-owner John Rivers plans to open a 4 Rivers Smokehouse in Gainesville. This week on wpmobserver.com: Rollins College best in the region Rollins College ranks No. 1 among 128 regional universities in the South in U.S. News & World Reports annual Best Colleges rankings. This is the eighth consecutive year that Rollins has been named to the top spot in this category, which is comprised of schools that pro vide a full range of undergraduateand masters-level programs. Twelve Winter Park students in running for scholarships Orange County Public Schools has 29 seniors chosen as seminalists in the 58th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Winter Park High Schools 12 nalists are Trevor Byrne, Jillian Dukes, Alexandra Felsing, Sarah Herod, Mad eleine Hill, Mary Hwang, Melissa Likam wa, Vaishali Mehta, Mason Montgomery, Adrianne Spoto, Harrison Thayer and John Ward. The students were among 1.5 mil lion juniors who took the 2011 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. The seniors now have an opportunity to continue in the competition for roughly 8,300 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $32 million. Flu shots available at Maitland Fire Station The Maitland Fire and Rescue Department Station 45 is now offering u shots for $25. The shots are available seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with no need for appointments. Cash, checks and most insurances are accepted. Winter Park student attending Butler University Butler University welcomed its largest freshman class in history this year, weigh ing in at 1,111 new students. Of the fresh men, 152 are Butler legacies, including James Baker, a resident of Winter Park. Macaroni Grill helps diners share food During September, Macaroni Grill diners can donate $2 to No Kid Hungry and re ceive $5 off their next visit. Each donation helps connect a child in need to up to 20 meals. Every time a fan shares a photo from the Mac Grill Give Facebook Gallery, Macaroni Grill will donate $1 to help con nect a kid to 10 meals. Send submissions to jandreasson@ turnstilemediagroup.com Park Maitland gets healthy This school year Park Mait land School is starting off on a healthy note. The schools 625 students will be learning about more than just reading and math thanks to Florida Hospi tals Healthy 100 Kids Program. This is the rst time that an entire school is going to join the program which edu cates students, faculty and staff on living healthier lives. The program focuses on nutrition, physical activity and purpose. The Park Maitland School has been recognized by the American Heart Association as a Fit Friendly school. This rec ognition shows the school is taking measures to educate, practice and promote a healthy lifestyle for the community. To nd out more about Florida Hospitals Healthy 100 program, visit healthy100.org
Page 5 Fall is approaching, children have returned to school, sports programs are in full swing, and Fire Prevention Week, is about to Week was started to commemo rate the Great Chicago Fire and But as with all things, Fire Pre vention Week has matured and fessionals nationwide to provide a concentrated and clear message that people can remember and Imagine its 3 a.m. You and awaken to the beeping smoke alarm. You are tired and confused While this scenario is one we Maitland Fire Rescue is team escape planning and practice. In addition, we have teamed Council, preschools and elemen to provide educational programs and materials to assist the chil dren and their families learn how have both developed and prac onds and minutes can mean the We want to ensure that Mai tland residents know what to do Preparation is an important part of being able to deal with an having an escape plan and prac ticing it. the information below and taking could save lives. Maitland Fire Re cue Department recommends the Mark a door and a window that room. the refrigerator and practice the room. Maitland Fire Rescue will be providing educational programs United Methodist, Center For and RDV Sportsplex, throughout the month of October. residents and children can learn escape planning and practice, as well as the power of prevention. Prevention Week programs, con tact the Maitland Fire Marshal, tionweek.org Dennis Marshall, Fire Marshal City of Maitland Fire Rescue Department Visit www.itsmymaitland.com to listen to the Sept. 24 City Council meeting. PAUL GALBRAITH rfffntrnbbbrfn tb rt rfntnfnfnffn bbbrrrrf rtrnnfnfrnfnfn nfnnn FOR LEASING INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT rffntb JOINING NATIONAL TENANTS NOW O PEN 130 E Altamonte Drive Altamonte Springs PictureShow Cinemas This week at Enzian1300 SOUTH ORLANDO AVE MAITLAND, FL 407-629-0054 WWW.ENZIAN.ORG @EnzianTheater Opening Friday! ROBOT & FRANK Fri Sun 4:00, 6:30, 9:15 Mon 9:30 only Tues Thurs 6:30, 9:15 Ballet on the Big Screen: LA FILLE MAL GARDEE (Royal Ballet) Sat 11am YOU Have the Vote! MANHATTAN SHORT FILM FESTIVAL Mon 6:30 Wednesday FRIGHT Pitcher Show! DAWN OF THE DEAD (2004) 8pm or Sunset Maitland City Talk BY HOWARD SCHIEFERDECKER MAYOR Fire Prevention Week 2012: Have two ways out
Page 6 Sept. 24 City Commission meeting highlights few highlights of decisions made: Mayors Report proved for the Civil Service Board. Consent Agenda were approved. subsequent purchase order with Cigna Group Insurance Group was authorized to execute. for Waste Pro was approved to be Action Items Requiring Discussion Work Session. Budget Public Hearings ordinance adopting the millage rate was approved. ordinance adopting the Fiscal proved. Public Hearings ing a special side setback option for narrow lots was approved. two ordinances and subdivision approved. ordinances and conditional use Center Development, LLC, for proval to add two buildings to classroom buildings for a chil proved. home residential areas was ap proved. Commission minutes will be Winter Parks 125th anniversary celebrations THURSDAY, OCT. 4 Memories Opening Reception at the Winter Park Welcome Center FRIDAY, OCT. 12 Spices in Central Parks West Meadow SATURDAY, OCT. 13 tral Park SATURDAY, OCT. 20 Central Parks West Meadow For more information on all of Visit cityofwinterpark.org, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and watch us on Vimeo. Introducing the newest Tranquil Oaks Cremation Garden at Baldwin-Fairchild Glen Haven a breathtaking garden lled with beautiful and lasting options for families and individuals choosing cremation.Cremation with remembrance...what a beautiful idea. Glen Haven Memorial Park STEIFor a COMPLIMENTARY TOU R OR INF ORMATION, call (877) 531-6257 or visit BaldwinFairchildC remationI nfo.com.Oaklawn Park Cemetery Offering the Simplicity Plan Give them a place to leave flowers. Give them a place to leave flowers. TOBF_WtParkMaitlandObserv_3colx5.indd 1 7/17/12 3:31 PM 4 Rivers Smokehouse Paul Bock Cox Events Group Florida's Blood Centers, Inc. Fortis College Insurance Consultants of Central Florida Jewish Community Center Greater Orlando Leading Edge Title Partners Main Street Children's Dentistry National University Orange Bank of Florida Robert W. Baird & Co., Inc. Shafran Gastroenterology Center Subaru of America, Inc. Sweet! The Bohemian Baker The Marketing Square Towncare Dental Winter Park Venture Photography Vose Law Firm, LLP Waste Pro USA WFTV Channel 9 Alpha Christian Academy Avante at Orlando B.A.S.E. Camp Children's Cancer Foundation Binson's Home Health Care Centers Brio Properties Byrd & Associates, LLC Jill S. Schwartz & Associates, P.A. Kuykendall Gardner Orlando Foot & Ankle Clinic, Inc. Bill & Robbi Walker Edlen Electric Ferrell Wealth Management Godbold, Downing, Sheahan & Bill, P.A. Michael Collard Properties, Inc. Pohl & Short, P.A. Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Center State Bank Cornell Fine Arts Museum Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed American Lock & Door Specialists Donald W. McIntosh Associates, Inc. Stanley Steemer Winter Park YMCA Family Center Well save you a seat but hurry! O C T 1 4 2 0 2 0 1 2 WINTER PARKS PREMIER FASHION EVENT E V E N T S A N D T I C K E T S p a r k a v e n u e f a s h i o n w e e k c o m Winter Park City Talk BY RANDY KNIGHT CITY MANAGER
Page 7 Oktoberfest Oktoberfest Oktoberfest Sunday, September Sunday, September Sunday, September 30, 2012 30, 2012 30, 2012 Noon to 5 p.m. Noon to 5 p.m. Noon to 5 p.m. JOIN US FOR OUR PUMPKIN PATCH KICK OFF PARTY St. John Lutheran Church 1600 S. Orlando Ave. Winter Park 32789 Phone: 407 644 1783 FOOD TRUCKS MUSIC DUNK TANK WATER SLIDE BUNGEE/ TRAMPOLI NE BOUNCE HOUSE CLOWNS AND MUCH MORE Pumpkin Patch Hours The pumpkins arrive October 2 and the patch will be open through November 2. Hours are 10 -7 p.m. FOOD TRUCKS MUSIC DUNK TANK WATER SLIDE BUNGEE/ TRAMPOLINE BOUNCE HOUSE CLOWNS AND MUCH MORE Calendar SEPT. 27 The Annie Russell Theatre will perform The Miss Firecracker Contest at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 27, through Fri day, Sept. 28; and at 2 and 8 p.m. on Sat urday, Sept. 29. For more information call 407-646-2253 or email AnnieBoxOfce@ rollins.edu Commissioner Sarah Sprinkel will have CoffeeTalk at the Winter Park Welcome Center from 8 to 9 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 27. Kenneth Murrah will present Notable Structures in Winter Park at the Winter Park Public Library at 10:30 a.m. Thurs day, Sept. 27. SEPT. 28 The Art & History Museums Maitland (A&H) opens two exhibits, The Power of Two and Spatial Relationships on Fri day, Sept. 28, in the A&Hs Main Galleries, 231 W. Packwood Ave., Maitland. A recep tion is from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sept. 28. The Maitland Public Library Open Mic Night Coffeehouse is Friday, Sept. 28, from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Call 407-647-7700. Glass Warfare, the nale of Flemings Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bars Bottle Wars series, will be Friday, Sept. 28. Its $25. Visit FlemingsSteakhouse.com Central Florida Ice Hockey Club will play Ole Miss on Friday, Sept. 28, at 10:15 p.m. and Saturday, Sept. 29, at 4 p.m. On Oct. 5 at 10:15 p.m. they will play South Florida. All games will be at the RDV Ice Den in Maitland. Entrance is free for UCF students with ID; general admission is $5. Visit CentralFloridaHockey.com SEPT. 29 The Maitland Womans Club will hold its Fall Antiques and Collectibles Sale at the Maitland Civic Center from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 29. Call 407830-6373. The Goldenrod Historical Museum will participate in Smithsonian Museum Day Live on Saturday, Sept. 29, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. SEPT. 30 Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church will have a free Suitable Airs concert at 6 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 30. OCT. 1 mi Tomatina will host Happy To Give Back Monday from 5 to 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 1. The cost is $15. To reserve a spot email nori@mitomatina OCT. 2 The Tarower Chapter of the Florida Na tive Plant Society will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 2, at Leu Gardens. A meditation series will be held at the Polasek Gardens from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. every Tuesday in October. The price is $50 for the entire series, or $10 per session. Visit Polasek.org or call 407647-6294. OCT. 3 SHINE will have a Medicare Birthday Party at One Senior Place in Altamonte Springs, at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 3. There will be a presentation about Medicare and its options. To reserve call 407-514-1823 or email diana.chin@sra orida.org Friends of Casa Feliz will have author Su san Sully as a speaker on Wednesday, Oct. 3, at 5:30 p.m., and on Thursday, Oct. 4, at 10:30 a.m., Sully will present Casa Florida: the Romance of Spanish Design. Reservations are available by calling 407628-8200, extension 1. Tickets are $15. OCT. 4 The Bach Festival Society will have its season-preview event from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 4, at Casa Feliz. Tickets are be $40 each or $70 for two. Call 407-646-2182 or visit BachFestival Florida.org The Winter Park Welcome Center will have the opening reception for Winter Park and Rollins Colleges Years of Memo ries from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 4. The Orange County Retired Educators Association will meet Thursday, Oct. 4, at 10 a.m. at College Park United Method ist Church. Visit ocrea-.org or call 407677-0446. Florida Hospital HospiceCares Hospice 101 prospective volunteer orientation will be Thursday, Oct. 4, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at Florida Hospital East Orlando. Call 407-513-5980. OCT. 5 The Maitland Rotary Art Festival will be held at Lake Lily on Friday, Oct. 5, from 6 to 10 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 6, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 7, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visit MaitlandRotaryArtFes tival.com Date night at Leu Gardens will feature The Vow at 8:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 5. Admission is free for Leu members, $5 plus tax for adults and $2 plus tax for children. Stardust Video and Coffee will host Re turn of Frankenshow from 7 to 11 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 5. The Baldwin Park Merchants Association will have First Friday Charity Festival & Art Stroll on Friday, Oct. 5, from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. along New Broad Street in Baldwin Park. Visit www.wpmobserver.com/ events/search for more details. Send submissions to jandreasson@ turnstilemediagroup.com OCT 2-APRIL 14: Life in the Fast Lane The Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens will feature Life in the Fast Lane: The Art of David Delong from Tuesday, Oct. 2, through April 14. Delong believes that motorcycles provide the perfect met aphor for life and art. SEPT. 27: Winter Park Sip & Stroll The Winter Park Sip & Stroll is Thursday, Sept. 27, from 5 to 8:30 p.m. The event is sold out. Visit WinterPark.org for future dates.
Page 8 Lifestyles NORTH STAGEFriday, October 5 6:30 to 9:30 Juno Smile Featuring Joseph Martens & Jesse DaumenSaturday October 6 10:00 to 11:30 Euphoric Vibrations with Flint Blade 11:45 to 1:15 Carly Jo Jackson 1:30 to 3:00 John Holley 3:15 to 4:45 Kayonne Riley 5:00 to 6:30 Young Performers: Bailey Callahan, Olivia Barton 6:45 to 8:15 Casey Brents 8:30 to 10:00 Daniel TaylorSunday October 7 10:00 to 11:30 Mountain Brew 11:45 to 1:15 Brian Smalley 1:30 to 3:00 Hannah Harber 3:15 to 4:45 Lauren LesterSOUTH STAGEFriday, October 5 6:30 to 7:30 Davey Rockers Barnyard Jam 8:00 to 9:30 Maitland Stage Band directed by Gary BlalockSaturday October 6 10:00 to 11:00 Orlando Brass Quintet 11:30 to 1:00 The Forefathers 1:30 to 3:00 Cure for Caska 3:30 to 5:00 Grimes Alley 5:30 to 7:00 Donna Moore DivaLegends 8:00 to 9:30 Maitland Symphony Orchestra directed by Margaret Patten Sunday October 7 10:00 to 11:15 John Valeri Trio 11:45 to 1:15 Gypsy Bluez 1:30 to 3:00 Barnstorm Quartet 3:15 to 4:45 Acoustic OutlawsPerforming Arts of Maitland says Thank You to the City of Maitland 36TH ANNU AL MAITLAND ROT AR Y ART FESTIV AL October 5-7, 2012Entertainment Schedule UNDER THE S TA RS PAMaitland.org Find I LUV Winter Park merchandise and local art at ILUVParkAvenue.com407-539-3977 Winter Park CanalsHenry PeterBy Titusville Artist, Henry Peter was so enamored by his boat tour of our lakes that he went back many times and did a series of paintings. He has made limited edition canvas prints of the 3 of these paintings. ey are available at the Fredlund Fine Arts in Winter Park.Edition sizes are 10 Overpainted by the artist Image size 12 X 18 For more info visit: Fredlund Fine Arts 1143 Orange Ave. Winter Park 407-622-0102www.fredlundgallery.com working toward a better, healthier life. Health Foundation and Florida Hospital groups, is an organization dedicated to ed ucation and helping the residents of Winter Park, Maitland and Eatonville start living a residents opportunities to live out the orga nizations goals, and Oct. 6 at Winter Parks Central Park stage, HCFs newest initiative Park, Maitland and Eatonville will attend age their town to get the most people out communities that walk and people who agreed. We hope to get people out exercis Mount said his walks have improved the seen weight loss and blood pressure prob covered problems he never would have without his walks. Ive seen the residents be more open to have plans to start their own walk and talks Connecting three cities Buss said what can be accomplished on a simple walk, such as the one during the that it sparks, for those who dont walk, three communities, something that hasnt been done much in the past, Mount said. I wanted to have a dialog with Winter ARCHIVE PHOTO BY SARAH WILSON THE OBSERVER Mayors Ken Bradley from Winter Park (from left), Bruce Mount from Eatonville and Howard Schieferdecker from Maitland listen to Dr. Mehmet Oz during the Healthy Central Florida launch in February. The Sole Challenge is Oct. 6. Please see SOLE on page 9 Walking to inspire a healthier life have been challenged to come together and walk in BRITTNI JOHNSON Observer Staff The 30-minute walk with the mayors from each city will start at Winter Parks Central Park stage at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 6, followed by a healthy breakfast and entertainment. Registration is requested, so visit healthycentralorida.org or call 407-644-2300, extension 241.
Page 9 Learn more at www.autumnartfestival.com or call (407) 644-8281. Works by 150 Florida Artists Childrens Activities by Creald School of Art Live Entertainment Beer Garden Sidewalk Sale at Park Avenue Merchants presented by: Saturday, October 13 & Sunday, October 14, 2012 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Central Park Downtown Winter Park supported by: Autumn Art FestivalWinter Park39th Annual Join the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce on r f nt b r f n t b r n n r r n rfn Park and Maitland that the town did not that interconnection with each other be promote friendship between residents, and Making concrete improvements to inspire change in people, but in the cities it serves. With the help of three moms from Winter Park and Maitland, the cities have borhoods to Maitland Middle School and and easier for students to bike, walk, skate one mom in charge of the initiative, said on school. Sartor said she hopes that the kids will learn to think twice before getting in a car for a short ride, and decide to walk or bike instead. said. Sartor said the Sole Challenge is great because its fun, reinforces the HCF mis sion and is part of a long-term plan to get Its important because we are looking SOLE | Sidewalk grants C ONTINUED FROM PAGE 8 SEPT. 27 The Winter Park High School Drama department will present the classic American play Our Town by Thorn ton Wilder at the Ann Deringer Audi torium at WPHS for six performances from Thursday, Sept. 27, through Sat urday, Oct. 6. Performances will be at 7 p.m., with a 2 p.m. matinee on Oct. 6. All tickets are $10 at the door. WPHSs Ann Deringer Auditorium is located at 2100 Summereld Road in Winter Park. SEPT. 29 Saturday, Sept. 29, museums nation wide will open their doors for free including many in Winter Park and Maitland. Museum-goers can down load free tickets on the Smithsonian website, which grants free admission for two people. For a list of participat ing museums visit Smithsonian.com/ MuseumDayLive SEPT. 30 Project Walk Orlando is having its 3rd Annual Walk-n-Roll-a-Thon from 9 a.m. to noon on Sunday, Sept. 30, at Cranes Roost Park. For information visit ProjectWalkOrlando.org/events. html OCT. 6 Central Florida Sports Complex will have a grand opening from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 6, at 133 Atlantic Drive, Maitland. Winter Park Volleyball Club will train there. For in formation visit wpvc.org Send submissions to jandreasson@ turnstilemediagroup.com
Page 10 Opinions I left the Maitland Farmers sting. It sounded interesting, like learned about spending time with knowledgeable pitchman who and recommend them to others. I listened, watched, thought of how Winnie the Pooh was on to something. ket vendor delivers her lunch, would be great on it. with customers, answering ques health counselor and part Emeril Lagasse as she suggests recipes. while, Ive got people coming me so much. I have people who love it. We have a cult following proach. tions as others are feeding ducks with chicks behind her. I ask two who have approached about Springs. I ask how long it took to straw into the respective contain pile of used straws is developing on the small pale shes set on the distilled organic oils are added and put a little bit of that or we add organic distilled essential been studied all over the world it on eczema and psoriasis. Put it it from both directions. Flu Be Gone has black cumin good antihistamine, reducing the histamines, which are released tis Be Gone has cinnamon and turmeric, which are both anti-in attacks. I hear her explaining to one customer, Start with a tea stones, and remember hearing re when people allow themselves pants legs one time because I went down from the stings, the I remember her earlier remark, I ask her of her personal fa vorite and she responds, Orange blossom. Its so good. Ive lived dow at night in the springtime and this is what it tastes like. It Clyde Moore operates local sites ILUVWinterPark.com, ILUVParkAve.com and LUVMyRate.com, and aims to help local businesses promote themselves for free and help save them money, having some fun along the way. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or write to ILuv Winter Park on Facebook or Twitter. Clyde Moore I LUV Winter Park Letters to the editor Send your thoughts (400 words or less) to Managing Editor Jenny Andreasson at email@example.com We highlight local businesses that are utilizing and selling items made by other locals. Send submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org Local Luvn Local Peak Season Pops Peak Season Pops is a family-owned business created by Jana and Steven Rice. They make all-natural gourmet frozen treats in Maitland in a locally owned commercial kitchen. Their small batch recipes are made with peak season ingredients that will tantalize your tongue year-round! Watch for them at Winter Park and Maitland farmers markets and other events. Visit PeakSeasonPops.com Winnie the Pooh was on to something with that honey xation For a list of farmers markets Winter Park Honey attends or to order online visit WinterParkHoney.com Dead trees do pose risk I am in total agreement with Winter Park copes with tree done about all of the dead trees in Winter Park that are creating a hazard for our citizens, not to mention our cars and homes. neighborhood have been dam one of our trees, we were told someones car. We then paid someone to come out and look at that same tree and were told that it was dead. Which brings expense of cutting down dead I have a feeling that it is going to take someone getting killed for and when that occurs, expensive wont even begin to describe the ensuing litigation. image of Winter Park govern ment that people want to have. His rudeness has been a constant thread throughout his tenure. Winter Park is classier than that. I would also add that, in response to his questioning the need for on trees, I would argue that it investment than hiring outside consultants for union-busting show how its government takes Lori Pearson-Wise Winter Park Chris Jepsons war on reality Republicans are waging war Perhaps, like other lock-stepping leftists, hes waging war on real are important but pale when spiraling downward, weakening weakening our leadership in the free world, weakening our moral Elizabeth Warren, who behaved like a prison matron berating then moved to politics and the governorship of Michigan, which Sandra Fluke, poster child of nincompoops. families, the future their children will inherit. contributed. Instead he creates diversions to distract from his ment of the two presidential candidates is disappointing as Obama would face a media this one keeps going. Obamas policies have created the kind of sion. He lowered taxes and got remember it. How can President Obama, whos so bad at leading, dupe House spin that an anti-Islamic throughout the Middle East and sador. In Charlotte last month, mobs raged back, Were all Osa with Obamas lavish spending. get with the leftist mindset. In hope and change still resonate lost all meaning. Kathryn Grammer Winter Park PHOTO BY CLYDE MOORE THE OBSERVER Jeannette Vasicek, left, co-owner of Winter Park Honey, explans her products benets.
Page 11 Chris Jepson Perspectives Louis Roney Play On! On Sept. 6, lack of attendance motivat ed Obamas speech venue to be changed from a football stadium to a smaller big doings right into our living rooms, its a wonder that people take their cars out My grandmother grandparents seem to possess in their of wise restraint. Watching live football ed to see a game, we had to go to one. Both Rollins and Stetson had formidable football teams, and Rollins often used Dangerous times the Muslim world and the top keepers of opinion our present Washington forces climate is much more dangerous than Carters ever was. Iran continues unhindered in its quest Israel and have expressed equal contempt this commentator if Israel made a pre one vital part of Irans nuclear production facilities. Such action would, of course, involve the U.S. Harbor and Hitler declared war on the U.S., our Democratic politicians had so ourselves that we were sitting ducks. President Obamas words of appease ment of late send shudders of dread up remember the past are condemned to Flagging change paign purposes the Obama logo in the up such irrational and disrespectful hands as I dont understand women! success rate in curing breast cancer of 66 on Gods earth would women want to Video is not to blame in the Middle East, whereas the video A readers thought About Roney: HarvardDistinguished Prof, Em.UCF 2004 Fla. Alliance for the Arts award (Assisted by beautiful wife Joy Roney) ing at Winter Park Memorial Hospital, I received a phone call from the executive me that a new newspaper was forming in Winter Park and looking for columnists. a personal level. become. Out of the blue, I would be immeasurable gift. I so miss Fisher and over half-a-dozen such relationships, readers who became friends, folks I have life. ago I received a call from a stranger who wanted me to come to her residence for wanted to compare notes on the world. server recommending for example that, romantic. Shed moved to Winter Park in accomplished sons she forever bragged about. I met them all, and she was right to feel pride in their lives and achievements. lunch or have dinners at her residence. I invited her to parties I hosted. Sometimes after a lunch shed recommend wed go I still have a great cotton robe she insisted value. I was then serving on the Planned Par nist, pro-choice, a woman who under challenging to assertive, strong-willed women. We attended a few PP events to women who came of age experiencing ate expression for what it means to be an accomplished woman. manifestations. What a woman. What a gift. Jepson is a 24-year resident of Florida. Hes scally conservative, socially liberal, likes art and embraces diversity of opinion. Reach him at Jepson@MEDIAmerica.US What a woman! Side glances She was of the last generation of American women who came of age experiencing the rigid societal ceiling for females that motherhood was the only appropriate expression for what it means to be an accomplished woman. Xanadu for Belle poque tourists, the palaces. ward, its architects grew even bolder and besque arches, onion domes and crescent Mizner did not come on the scene until design a convalescent home in Palm Beach for World War I soldiers, he became the site for the building that was to become one from Gerona, with a bit of new Spain Mizner, who spent a few formative diplomat father, is credited with bring Renaissance details such as linen-fold ings. Having created a growing demand for antique carved stone, wood and tile through his designs, Mizner started a fac supplemented genuine artifacts imported tion of reclaimed materials and distressed, romantic living. When Winter Park-based architect ture of Spanish farmhouses, or estancias. an ideal form for indoor-outdoor living in temperate winters that attracted seasonal Midwest. Like Mizner, Rogers, who also designed Rollins College, recognized the impor tance of using materials with the patina of age to create seamless architectural residence, he made the roof of handmade these tiles and handmade bricks strew the Lake Osceola lot where a bigger, newer of Gambles son, architect and preserva house museum open for tours, weddings Susan Sully is the author of Casa Florida: Spanish Style Architecture from Winter Park to Coral Gables. On Wednesday, Oct. 3, at 5:30 p.m., and on Thursday, Oct. 4, at 10:30 a.m., Sully will present Casa Florida: The Romance of Spanish Design at the Casa Feliz Historic Home Museum in Winter Park. For more details and reservation information, visit casafeliz.us or call 407-628-8200, extension 1. Casa Florida: The Romance of Spanish Design SUSAN SULLY Guest Writer
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