Art Walk on Flagler Avenue - a free event

NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- April has arrived, and with it, Earth Month. A "Recycled Art Walk" will be held on Flagler Avenue in New Smyrna Beach, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.,
Saturday, April 25.

The Citizens Resource Group on Recycling will be on hand to present information about recycling in our community and what you can specifically do to help our environment: "Think Globally, Act Locally."

The Atlantic Center for the Arts Volunteer League will man a table and children will be shown how to make art with recycled materials. ACA will also offer information about their community programming.

'Driving Miss Daisy' opens at Little Theatre of NSB

Photo by Sandi Carroll. Hoke Coleburn (Lawrence Benjamine) tells Daisy Werthan (Jane Taylor) that he can't drive her to temple because there has been a bombing in this particular scene from "Driving Miss Daisy," which opens Thursday at the Little Theatre of New Smyrna Beach.

Free All-County Jazz Band and Orchestra Festival Saturday at Spruce Creek High School

PORT ORANGE -- The 36th annual All-County Jazz Band and Orchestra Festival will be held at 7 p.m. Saturday at Spruce Creek High School, 801 Taylor Road.

The concert, featuring more than 100 musicians from Volusia County public schools, is free of charge to the public.

NSB library to display art collections

NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- Art is in the air at the New Smyrna Beach Regional Library, which will display three art collections this spring.

Throughout March, the library will feature the photographs of Bud Moyer, a New Smyrna Beach resident who has received more than 350 state and national awards. Moyer owned a photo studio in Traverse City, Mich., for 35 years and photographed families, high school seniors and visiting celebrities including Veronica Lake, Charles Ruggles, Mary Pickford and Orson Bean.

Poetry readings to focus on Latino men

DAYTONA BEACH -- Performance artist Dominique Holloway will host a poetry reading and celebration at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 18, at the Volusia County Library - City Island.

Dr. Jose Carmona, director of the Embry-Riddle Language Institute, will read several of his poems. Spruce Creek High School students who are part of the international baccalaureate program and their teacher, Ligia Cabrera, will read original poems and interpret poetry from the book “Vatos,” a tribute to Latino men.

IMAGES Art festival draws several thousand to NSB over the weekend

Jurors chosen for 33rd annual New Smyrna Beach IMAGES festival

Photos by Sandi Carroll. Josh Garrick, left, and Qurentia Throm, right, have been chosen as jurors for the 33rd annual IMAGES: A Festival of the Arts, which will be held Jan. 31 and Feb. 1 in downtown New Smyrna Beach.

Comedy farce 'Out of Order' opens Friday at Little Theatre of NSB

Photos by Sandi Carroll. Cutline: At left, Danielle Grau as secretary Jane Worthington, tries to keep a snoopy waiter, played by Don Campbell, out of the closet. At right, The Hotel manager, played by Larrie Tiffany, is shocked by the event taking place in English Conservative Member Richard Willey's room.

NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- The Little Theatre of New Smyrna Beach will present "Out of Order" at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and at 2 p.m. on the next two Sundays at 726 Third Ave., on the beachside.

The comedy centers around English Conservative member of Parliament, Richard Willey, who is attempting to have an affair with one of the secretaries of the leader of the Opposition Party in a top London hotel.

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Christmas spirit theme of Saturday's Art Walk on NSB's Flagler Avenue

Photo by Sandi Carroll for NSBNEWS.net. Cutline: Jason Lott smiles as he makes a glass ornament at Galleria di Vetro Dec. 5. Lott, along with Kyle Carni and Vaigale Duers-Stevens, will demonstrate flameworking as part of Art Walk on Flagler Avenue, which will be held 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.

NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- Santa will slip away from his workshop and busy schedule to visit Art Walk on Flagler Avenue on Saturday.

He knows that it is the perfect place to take a relaxing stroll and do some last minute shopping. Santa will be on the avenue until from, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., then he must get back to work at the North Pole. So bring your cameras and your "wish list" to the gazebo at Flagler and Pine streets.

You can visit this special holiday Art Walk from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., as you avoid the traffic and the crowds at the malls and stroll along Flagler Avenue, the charming five blocks between the Indian River and the ocean.

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