- Friday October 12, 2012
- 8:00am - 3:00pm
- 3900 block of Manatee Ave. Bradenton, FL
- Group Hosting:
- Saint Stephen's Episcopal School
- Linda Lutz
- Contact Phone:
- 941-746-2121 x1 568
- Contact Email:
While Manatee public schools are closed, Saint Stephen’s will be hosting a “Discover the Difference Day” on Friday, October 12th. An all-day open house will be available to any family interested in learning more about our school. Come speak to our administrators, talk with our faculty, visit with our students, and discover why so many families choose to be a part of our community. Enrollment is open year-round and we invite you to discover the difference for yourself! For more information, please contact Director of Admissions Linda Lutz at 746-2121 x. 1568.
PHOTO GALLERY: Sarasota Half Marathon
Runners from around the country hit the pavement early Sunday morning for the ninth annual Sarasota Half Marathon. More than 2,400 runners ran over Ringling Bridge and up North Tamiami Trail while onlookers lined the streets cheering. Defending champion, Evan DeHart, came in first place while Sara Petrick defended her title as fastest woman for the second year in a row. “It feels really good,” said DeHart after the race. The start and finish line of the 13 mile course was at the Van Wezel.
PHOTO GALLERY: Arts at the Ranch Fine Art Festival
Main Street at Lakewood Ranch transformed into an art gallery March 15-16, as art enthusiasts came together at the 14th Art at the Ranch Fine Art Festival. Attendees met regional, national and international award-winning artists, and shopped for photographs, paintings, sculptures and other artwork over the weekend.
PHOTO GALLERY: Irish Celtic Festival
East County residents converged for a green, white and orange kind-of day March 15. The Lakewood Ranch Communities Activities Corp. (CAC) hosted its fourth Celtic Irish Festival, for individuals wanting to get in touch with their inner-Irish. Kilts and Irish dancers filled the grounds of the Central Park, as dogs in Irish-themed outfits and their owners, who sported matching attire in most cases, paraded around the venue. The day kicked off with a 5K run, followed by the Lucky Dog Parade and various other entertainment peppered throughout the day.
PHOTO GALLERY: B.D. Gullett Elementary Walk-a-thon
B.D. Gullett Elementary students ran for more than just spending an hour outside of the classroom March 14. The walkers, joggers and runners raised dollars for their school’s technology and other resource needs. Their two-weeks worth of efforts commenced with the schools Walk-a-thon. Incentives for the students to raise as much money as possible, included an Amazon Kindle Fire, bounce house parties for classes, and the grand prize — watching school faculty members ride around on scooters, with dyed hair.