- Wednesday November 14, 2012
- Temple Beth Sholom, 1051 S. Tuttle Avenue
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The TBS Idelson Library Film Matinee Series presents Welcome to Kutsher’s: the Last Catskill Resort. Kutsher’s Country Club, the last surviving Jewish resort in the Catskills, has been family-owned and operated for over 100 years. Exploring the full Dirty Dancing era Catskills experience and how it changed American pop culture in the comedy, sports and vacation industries. Al Goldis will lead a question and answer session after the film. A light lunch, sponsored by the TBS Men’s Club, will be served at 12:15 p.m. followed by the film viewing at 1:00 p.m. There will be no charge for the film. Reservations are required for lunch by Monday November 12, 2012; a $5 donation to defray the cost would be appreciated. To make reservations for lunch, contact the Temple Office at 941-955-8121 or visit www.templebethsholom.org.
PHOTO GALLERY : ODA Crossing the Mulch
Second graders at Out-of-Door Academy crossed the mulch Thursday, May 23 as a symbolic gesture of the lower level entering the higher-level building next year. Third graders crossed the mulch on Tuesday, May 21 but the second graders – next year’s third graders – will be the first second graders to cross the mulch and be in the new building. Out-of-Door Academy donated the left over food to the Salvation Army. Approximately 38 children played games and later crossed the courtyard as parents snapped photographs.
May 23: Daily Headlines Video
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Sarasota Farmers Market sells raffle tickets for big prizes
The Sarasota Farmers Market is selling $10 raffle tickets through the end of June to collect funds for the market and to give market goers a chance to win a prize.
Key population grows by 1.04%
The latest Census data shows that Longboat Key's population grew slightly between 2011 and 2012.