+ Sweet Celebration
Temple Beth Sholom’s youth group celebrated Passover with a Chocolate Seder Sunday, April 13. The afternoon meal started by attendees drinking the first cup, or kadesh, which was a glass of chocolate milk. Children also enjoyed a chocolate Seder plate that captured the meaning of Passover in a “melt-in-your-mouth sort of way.” After trying the six “symbols,” which included Kit Kats (zoorah), mint chocolates (chazeret) and green M&M’s (karpas), everyone looked for the afikoman, which Benji Weitzner found.
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25 Fourth Friday at the Historic Downtown Village
25 Sarasota Singles Society Presents "Bastille Day Celebration"
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
26 NRA Pistol Safety
8:00 am - 12:30 pm
26 4th Annual Sarasota Mystic Faire
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sarasota County School Board discuss school safety, free breakfast
Superintendent Lori White presented a report on a new school resource deputy for Riverview High School.
VIDEO: Study says more room for restaurants on St. Armands
City of Sarasota consultant and retail expert Bob Gibbs' analysis shows demand for more retail and restaurants on St. Armands Circle.
PHOTO GALLERY: Forty Carrots visits Mote Marine
Mote Marine Laboratory hosted a morning of learning for Forty Carrot families Tuesday, July 22. The field trip was part of Mote’s Partners In Play series that invited families to meet Moonshine, Hugh and Buffet— Mote’s resident manatees and dolphin. After exploring the facilities, families cooled off inside where they met jellyfish, clownfish and cuttlefish.