- Friday August 23, 2013 - Saturday August 24, 2013
- 10:00am - 9:00pm
- Fresh Produce
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Fresh Produce Fresh For Fall Event August 23 and August 24 Fresh Produce, a leading apparel brand for women, will showcase its new fall line in a special two-day event where shoppers can save 30 percent on their entire purchase and receive free services from a local salon partner. The fall line features essential layering pieces, two new prints, and rich colors for the upcoming season. Who: Fresh Produce Shoppers What: Live Life, Enjoy Color: Fresh for Fall Where: Florida locations: o Sarasota – 1 N Blvd of the Presidents o Fort Lauderdale - 912 E Las Olas Blvd o Key West – 400A Duval Street o Orlando – 6000 Universal Blvd o West Palm Beach – City Place – 700 S Rosemary Ave o St. Augustine – 139 Saint George Street o Boca Grande – 411 Park Ave Ste 2 o Naples – 691 Fifth Ave South o Sanibel – 2075 Periwinkle Way STE 33 o Coconut Point – 23161 Fashion Drive When: Friday, August 23 and Saturday, August 24 Shoppers can also enter to win a coastal escape to sunny Carpinteria, Calif. for a three-night stay in a charming beach cottage owned by Fresh Produce founders, Thom and Mary Ellen Vernon. The Carp Cottages embody the spirit of a classic ‘50s California getaway complete with vintage furnishings, and stocked with classic games such as Twister along with everything you’d need for a day at the beach. For more information regarding Fresh Produce apparel and products, please visit: freshproduceclothes.com.
Year in Review: January 2013, Dora the Explorer
Longboat Observer Senior Editor Dora Walters retired after a career that spans more than six decades as an inquisitive journalist.
Web Year in Review: January 2013, Walmart appeal scheduled for Feb. 19
The store's classification is at the forefront of the debate.
Year in Review: January 2013, Newly elected board seeks unity
Passions flared during the first meeting of 2013, as the Heritage Harbor CDD board discussed dumpsites and a lake and wetland maintenance project.
Year in Review: January 2013, First Street to undergo facelift
The street will get wider sidewalks, underground utilities, brick crosswalks and lush landscaping.