- Friday March 22, 2013 - Saturday March 23, 2013
- 10:00am - 4:00pm
- Group Hosting:
- Junior League of Sarasota
- Junior League PR
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Tour Hours Friday, March 22 from 10:00 - 3:00 Saturday, March 23 from 10:00 - 4:00 Tour tickets: $20.00 each Preview Party Friday, March 22 from 6:00-9:00 at 320 Calle Miramar Preview Party tickets, $50.00 each During the Simply Sarasota Entertainment Tour of Homes, which the Junior League of Sarasota (JLS) is hosting on March 22 and 23, this quartet of decorated residences will wow guests with themed rooms, activities and glitz. "It's a wonderful opportunity to get inside homes of all different styles, from a brand new build to a historic estate," said Keri Kuhn, who is co-chairing the inaugural event with fellow JLS member Kim Snyder."Each home will feature different ideas to take away, and our entertainment tips range from crazy, wild and over-the-top to something you could throw together for a weekend on a small budget." THE HOUSES House #1 “Happily Ever After” - 1855 Orchid Street House #2 “Wines Around the World” - 320 Calle Miramar House #3 - 1459 Bay Point Drive House #4 “Family Heritage” - 336 Old Oak Drive
Risen Savior 'Dive in' Vacation Bible School
Children ages 3 through 12 participate in sea creature-themed activities, which Risen Savior Lutheran Church volunteers tie in with a variety of Bible stories during Dive in Vacation Bible School, July 21 through July 25.
Habitat for Humanity receives grant from Bank of America
The grant will help the nonprofit purchase a cargo van that will help deliver tools, supplies and construction materials used to build homes for Sarasota families in need.
AUDITIONS: Calling artists, writers, actors and college students
Here’s a round up of this week’s arts-related opportunities in the Sarasota area.
Manatee County School District boasts balanced 2013-2014 school year budget, surplus
The Manatee County School District closed the 2013-2014 school year with a balanced budget, and with a surplus of $3 million to $4 million, which it discussed at its meeting July 22.