- Sunday January 20, 2013
- 9:30am - 11:30am
- TPC Prestancia, 4409 TPC Drive, Sarasota
- Shari Paler and Fran Spring
- Group Hosting:
- Brandeis National Committee
- Group Benefiting:
- Brandeis University
- Shari or Fran
- Contact Phone:
- 753-2211 or 414-628-8229
- Contact Email:
- Ticket Price:
- $25 for members; $30 for guests and at the door
Join Brandeis National Committee at the TPC Prestancia for a delicious breakfast buffet and lecture at the annual University on Wheels event at 9 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 20. Brandeis professor Don Katz will speak about "What Makes Us Like the Foods We Like." Open to the community at a cost of $25 for members and $30 for guests or at the door. RSVP by Jan. 12 to Shari Paler at 414-628-8229 or Fran Spring at 753-2211.
MUSIC REVIEW: Sarasota Opera's "Jerusalem"
Read June LeBell's review of Sarasota Opera's "Jerusalem," which runs through March 22.
PHOTO GALLERY: Community Open House
On March 8, the community of Longboat Key was invited to attend an Open House showcasing all town departments and the services they provide. The morning included demonstrations, tours and opportunities to learn more about issues that affect the Key.
PHOTO GALLERY: Polo Under the Palms
With sunglasses and drinks in hand, attendees of the fourth Polo Under the Palms event March 8 at the Sarasota Polo Club grounds, enjoyed the sunshine and a polo match. Proceeds from food and drink sales benefited research, education and patient care programs at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, and the Center for Building Hope.
PHOTO GALLERY: Just Play Sports Fest
Attendees of the Just Play Sports Fest March 8, munched on snow cones, enjoyed a backyard tailgate party with live music from Gamble Creek, and spent the afternoon at Premier Sports Campus at Lakewood Ranch playing cornhole, and other games. The day began with a 5K run in the morning, and continued with a lacrosse tournament, which lasted throughout the day, in addition to the outdoor festival. Event coordinator Todd Herrick planned to charge event participates $10 for adults and $5 for children, but decided to waive the fees and promote the sale of raffle tickets for prizes. Proceeds from the sports-centered event benefited The V Foundation for Cancer Research.