- Saturday December 22, 2012 - Sunday December 23, 2012
- 12:00pm - 10:00pm
- Sarasota Fairgrounds (3000 Ringling Blvd. Sarasota, FL 34237)
- Lazarus Fernandez
- Group Hosting:
- Spotlight Events Entertainment Inc.
- Lazarus Fernandez
- Contact Phone:
- Contact Email:
Come and Enjoy Florida's One and Only Snow Season. Snowing for 10 Scheduled Days, Experience Tubing, Giant Snow Slides, Bounce Houses, Caroling, Ice Skating, Christmas Trees and Free Christmas Shows with “Santa's Extravaganza” on Stage Each and Every Day. Visit with Santa, See the 20ft Snow Globe and DJ Grinch, Meet Rudolph and Frosty, Enjoy the Jellybean Jugglers, Caroling, Holiday Ice Shows, All In ONE Amazing Festival. Snow Fest Sarasota December 14th - 23rd, 2012 at Sarasota's Premier Event Location, The Sarasota County Fairgrounds Brought to You by Spotlight Events and its Sponsors. December 14th – December 23rd 2012 Monday – Friday: 5pm – 10pm Saturday & Sunday: 12pm – 10pm Contact: Spotlight Events Entertainment Lazarus Fernandez Lazarus@SpotlightEvents.org 941-706-3102
'Cabaret' prepares students for professional career
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Town alerts residents about turtle lighting issues
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PHOTO GALLERY: Tiger Bay Club County Commission candidates luncheon
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Bullock notifies city of sand sharing agreement
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