- Friday February 15, 2013 - Sunday February 17, 2013
- 10:00am - 3:00pm
- Art Center Sarasota
- Dottie Baker and Joan Diehl
- Group Hosting:
- Manasota Weavers Guild, Venetian Society of Basketweavers, Surface Design Guild-Sarasota and Florida West Coast Bead Society
- Group Benefiting:
- Group Hosting
- Joan Diehl
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- FREE ADMISSION to Show & Sale
FABulous Arts Boutique (FAB) has become an anticipated and "must attend" annual event for all who appreciate high quality and one of a kind creations by local artists--all members of either the Manasota Weavers Guild, the Venetian Society of Basketweavers, the Surface Design Guild Sarasota or the Florida West Coast Bead Society. Stunning beaded jewelry and wearable art; beautiful basketry and hand turned wood; gorgeous fibers and paper arts; whimsical and delightful decorative art pieces are all displayed in a boutique setting for your shopping pleasure. SHOW AND SALE HOURS: Thursday, February 14 6:00 - 8:30 PM Opening Reception Valentine Charity Event benefiting the Manasota Sierra Club $10.00 Suggested Donation Friday, February 15 10 AM - 4 PM FREE ADMISSION Saturday, February 16 10 AM - 4 PM FREE ADMISSION Sunday, February 17 11 AM - 3 PM FREE ADMISSION
PHOTO GALLERY: 'The Lucky 6' Producer's Cut
Ringling College of Art + Design's Academic Center housed a full audience to see the unveiling of "The Lucky 6" Saturday, Dec. 7.
PHOTO GALLERY: Night in Bethlehem
The parking lot of Living Lord Lutheran Church transformed into the biblical town of Bethlehem Dec. 7, as the church hosted its annual "Night in Bethlehem" event.
PHOTO GALLERY: Sarasota Holiday Parade
All of Sarasota came out to kickoff the holidays at the 18th annual Holiday Parade, Saturday, Dec. 7. Crowds lined Main Street to see the parade that included 4,000 participants and lasted two hours.
PHOTO GALLERY: St. Mary 40th Anniversary Picnic
St. Mary, Star of the Sea, Catholic Church celebrated their 40th anniversary on Saturday, Dec. 7, with a picnic and special dedication to the man that made it the strong community it is today, the Rev. Edward Pick.