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SRQ DAILY Jun 23, 2021

Wednesday Philanthropy Edition

Wednesday Philanthropy Edition

"We have got to do better now. The cycle of parenting from what our parents show us has to end with us."

- Amy Aschliman, Local Mother

-Bonding Time, as seen in SRQ's May/June 2021 edition. Click photo for the full article.
[Housing]  The Great American Tiny House Show and Tiny Home Industry Association Come to the Suncoast
Brittany Mattie, brittany.mattie@srqme.com

Think you're ready to scale your life down to size? Live a more simple life in a quaint space, say, less than 600ft? Think about joining the modernized Tiny Movement. The Great American Tiny House Show, now in its fifth year, will be coming to Sarasota-Bradenton for the first time this weekend on its nationwide series of conventions. With an educational-based platform to spread tiny living knowledge, attendees will be able to sit in on seminars, panel discussions and educational conferences to learn the latest in tiny living trends from professional builders, lifestyle authors, DIYers and project experts. 

On display will be 15 builds of the obvious tiny housing structures and their newest trendiest models, as well as shipping container homes, modular homes, and portable structures such as renovated vans and "skoolies" (renovated school bus homes). Additional exhibits will include building equipment, home accessories relative to size, tools and supplies, real estate brokers, travel destinations and recreational products to help the aspirational tiny homeowner "get small." Attendees will also have the opportunity to explore options on real estate developments for alternative housing locations around the United States, including Florida. 

This unique experience is thanks to the Great American Tiny House Show's partnership with The Tiny Home Industry Association (THIA) nonprofit. The 501(c)(6) organization advocates for regulation changes, new affordable housing standards and promotes best practices in the construction, placement and widespread use of tiny homes as permissible and permanent housing. THIA's success in legalizing tiny homes in numerous state laws and city ordinances, including the state of Maine, as well as cities and counties across California and Florida, just to name a few. The annual convention is the perfect marketplace to empower more states, cities, towns and counties to accept the humble-sized homes as a way to help diversify the limited housing market, and hopefully, spread that education to elected officials so they see tiny homes as a solution to the larger housing crisis so many communities are experiencing across the US, including Sarasota and Bradenton.

 The Suncoast Tiny House Show will be held Saturday, June 26, 9am - 6pm and Sunday, June 27, 9am - 5pm at the Bradenton Convention Center - Grand Islands Hall.  

Photo courtesy of Dreamy Tiny Living.

Purchase tickets to the Suncoast Tiny House Show here.

[Performing Arts]  Hermitage Artist Retreat Announces New Hermitage Major Theater Award

Andy Sandberg, Artistic Director and CEO of the Hermitage Artist Retreat, announced the establishment of the Hermitage Major Theater Award, a new annual prize made possible by a multi-year gift from Flora Major and the Kutya Major Foundation to the Hermitage, starting with a commitment of $800,000. “It is exciting to support an organization that is so deeply committed to supporting new and original work,” adds Flora Major. “The Hermitage is reaching new heights under Andy’s leadership, and with a shared passion for the theater, I know that he will make something extraordinary out of this award. Anyone who values and appreciates the arts, across all disciplines, needs to invest in supporting artists in the earliest stages of their creative process – that is what the Hermitage does so well.”

The initiative will recognize a playwright or theater artist with a commission of $35,000 to create an original piece of theater. In addition to the commission, the recipient of  the Hermitage Major Theater Award (HMTA) will be nominated and selected by a jury of nationally recognized arts leaders in the field of theater. The winner will then receive a residency at the historic Hermitage campus in Sarasota to develop the new work, and will also receive a reading or workshop in a leading arts and cultural center such as New York, London, Chicago, or Los Angeles.

The prize is intended to bridge the connection between Sarasota County, where the original work is created, and other leading arts and culture centers around the world. This continued involvement in the creative development of its artists’ work beyond our region is a new step for the Hermitage, empowering this vital arts organization to strengthen relationships and build meaningful collaborations with leading cultural institutions in arts capitals worldwide.

“This award will be transformational for its recipients – providing not only significant funds and recognition, but also invaluable time, space, and inspiration at the Hermitage, as well as an opportunity to showcase their work,” says Andy Sandberg, Artistic Director and CEO of the Hermitage. “Coming out of this period when the theater industry has been largely shut down, it is particularly exciting to be able to offer a gift and an opportunity like this to a theater artist. Moreover, it is a gift to the theatrical canon when you consider that each year, a brand-new work will be created as a result of this award.”  

Pictured: Flora Major, Hermitage supporter, speaks about Hermitage Major Theater Award at announcement event, courtesy of The Hermitage.

[Fundraiser]  JFSC Presents Stand Down for Homeless Veterans Events This Weekend

The Jewish Federation of Sarasota-Manatee (JFCS)'s 2021 Stand Down event will occur at the Sarasota County Fairgrounds on Saturday, June 26 from 8 am to 12 pm. All local unhoused veterans are encouraged to attend this event to receive support with veteran benefits claims and Amnesty Court. Veterans will also receive free physical exams, haircuts, clothing and other daily essentials. The Sarasota County Area Transit (SCAT) and the Manatee County Area Transit (MCAT) are providing free transportation to all veterans with a valid ID. For more information, visit the JFCS website here.  

[Scholarship]  Realtor Association of Sarasota and Manatee Awards Ten Scholarships to Local Students

The Realtor® Association of Sarasota and Manatee (RASM) recently awarded $2,000 scholarships to 10 deserving students from the two-county area. In the past, the Association awarded up to six scholarships, as selected by the RASM Scholarship Committee. This year, the committee awarded 10 scholarships, thanks to the formation of the RASM REALTORS® Charitable Foundation.  

[Consulting ]  The Patterson Foundation Offers Local Nonprofits Strategic Decision-Making Consulting Sessions

The Patterson Foundation has selected five regional nonprofit organizations to receive five weeks of 1:1 consulting through their participation in Advancing Mission Thrivability. Through this opportunity, these nonprofits will learn about strategic approaches to making mission-focused, economically informed decisions for their programs, products and services. The organizations participating in this extended consulting opportunity include: Lemur Conservation Foundation, Military Heritage Museum, Multicultural Health Institute, Samaritan Counseling Services of the Gulf Coast and Venice MainStreet. 

Click here for more information.

[Education]  Safe Children Coalition Receives Grant to Bolster Early Learning

To support efforts to counter the effects of poverty on early learning, United Way Suncoast has awarded Safe Children Coalition (SCC) $75,000 in Community Investment funding for its Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY) program. HIPPY focuses on programming in North Sarasota and surrounding communities that experience the highest levels of poverty in the County. In this area, 56% of the population – the highest percentage in Sarasota County – are considered ALICE or below the federal poverty level (United Way ALICE Report, 2018). 

Free to participants, HIPPY helps parents to provide educational enrichment for preschool-age children and support them if they do not feel sufficiently confident to prepare their children for school and is designed to remove barriers to participation in education. By bolstering parents in their role as their child’s first and most important teacher, HIPPY strives to increase children's success in school and, ultimately, in life. 

Pictured: HIPPY participants Maria Orozco and her son, Dylan Mendoza, enjoy reading a book together.

[New Grant]  Tidewell Foundation Receives Grant From Bank of America for Home Health Aide Career Development

The Tidewell Foundation announced it received a $100,000 grant from Bank of America to support Tidewell Hospice’s Home Health Aide career development program. Debbie Mason, president of Tidewell Foundation said, “This partnership is essential as we work to brighten the lives of the patients, families, and residents of communities served by Tidewell Hospice and address the critical workforce shortages of our not-for-profit hospice and home health organizations supported by the Tidewell Foundation." 

Click here for more information.

[Van Wezel]  Broadway is Back at the Van Wezel!

Subscribers save on select shows, get the best seats in the house and renew before the general public. The curtain is rising on the Van Wezel’s long-awaited subscription season, and productions like Come From Away, Anastasia, An Officer and Gentleman and An American in Paris will make their Sarasota debuts at the Hall. Though there have been plenty of great virtual offerings to keep us singing and cheering, there is no replacement for the magic of live theatre.

Subscribe today for a great season of Broadway productions, classical favorites and subscriber specials!


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[Language Lessons]  CreArte Latino Cultural Center Offers Online Spanish Class

 The CreArte Latino Cultural Center continues programming for English speakers by offering its next course of conversational Spanish classes, “Conversemos en Español/Let’s Talk in Spanish,” designed for low to intermediate Spanish speakers, starting on June 29. The class will meet every Tuesday for six weeks, 6:30-8pm, via the Zoom platform. Each class will focus on grammar and conversation. The fee is $75.  

Click here to register.

[New Show]  Randy Rainbow Brings The Pink Glasses Tour to the Van Wezel

 The one and only Randy Rainbow hits the road with his new Pink Glasses Tour, making his Sarasota debut at the Van Wezel on Thursday, August 26, 2021 at 7:30pm Tickets go on sale Friday, June 25 at 12pm. 

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[New Show]  Florida Studio Theatre Presents Shades of Bublé

Florida Studio Theatre (FST) presents Shades of Bublé: A Three-Man Tribute to Michael Bublé, a charming Cabaret bringing the swinging standards and pop hits of Michael Bublé to life onstage. In this hit tribute show, three solo vocalists channel the sophistication and suave style of the popular Canadian singer. Shades of Bublé begins playing July 13 in FST’s Goldstein Cabaret. 

Click here for more information.

[Fourth of July Celebration]  Celebrate Sarasota With July 4th Parade and More

A July 4th parade along the Sarasota Bayfront paying tribute to our veterans, first responders, medical professionals and front-line workers will highlight a series of community events as part of Suncoast Summer Fest’s “Celebrate Sarasota.” The parade will begin at 8pm July 4 at Mound Street (U.S. 41) and Orange Avenue and end at Bayfront Drive (U.S. 41) and Main Street. It will culminate with local “American Idol” breakout star Alana Sherman performing the national anthem at Chaplain J.D. Hamel Park, 199 Bayfront Drive, immediately followed by the Sarasota Bayfront fireworks show. 

Click here for more information.

[New Event]  St. Armands Family Day Kicks Off Sunday

St. Armands Circle’s summer program series, “Sol of the Circle,” is scheduled to continue on Sunday at 11am with a sea-themed special event featuring experts from Mote Marine, live music, activities and more. Ocean wildlife experts from Mote Marine will be out on historic St. Armands Circle, leading learning sessions and activities focused on sea turtle nesting along the Florida Suncoast. The 2-hour popup will help kids of all ages and parents discover the unique characteristics of sea turtles, their nesting habits and what is being done to preserve this endangered species. 

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[In This Issue]  Lasting Impressions

Pizza is good. Plant-based, wood-fired pizzas at Lucile are better. 

Click here to read the full article in SRQ's May/June 2021 edition.

[SOON]  FESTIVAL: St. Armands Family Day , June 27, 11 am-1pm

St. Armands Circle’s summer program series, “Sol of the Circle,” is scheduled to continue on Sunday at 11 a.m. with a sea-themed special event featuring experts from Mote Marine, live music, activities and more. Ocean wildlife experts from Mote Marine will be out on historic St. Armands Circle, leading learning sessions and activities focused on sea turtle nesting along the Florida Suncoast. The 2-
hour popup will help kids of all ages and parents discover the unique characteristics of sea turtles, their nesting habits and what is being done to preserve this endangered species. Between learning sessions, kids will be able to color, get their face painted and enjoy the unique
sounds of live steel drum performances. St. Armands Family Day is a new monthly series with rotating themes designed to create fun,
family-friendly activities and entertainment with unique twists all summer long. The series is scheduled for June 27, July 25, August 29, and September 26, from 11 am to 1 pm and is free for the public.

St. Armands Circle, 345 St Armands Cir., Sarasota

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Virtual: Teen Court of Sarasota: Leaders of Change, Hope, Resilience & Justice Scholarship Event , June 23, 6pm

Come as you are. Please join us for the Teen Court Leaders of Change, Hope, ResilIence & Justice virtual scholarship event on June 23 at 6pm. This year virtual, eleven teens will share how Teen Court impacted their lives, helped them through a tough time, become a better public speaker, pursue a law degree or the BEST part: help their peers. Join us for an hour on your cell phone or computer. No camera required. Gather your friends and family to experience the evening. Please visit: https://givebutter.com/teencourtsarasota to get your free ticket, donate or become a sponsor today.

[SOON]  FESTIVAL: Suncoast Charities for Children: Suncoast Summer Fest , June 24 – July 3

Suncoast Charities for Children, longtime organizer of the Sarasota Powerboat Grand Prix Festival, has rebranded the iconic Sarasota Powerboat Grand Prix Festival to Suncoast Summer Fest. The traditional Grand Prix Race, presented by Visit Sarasota County, will be organized by Powerboat P1 this year. Powerboat and AquaX (personal watercraft) races are scheduled for June 26 & 27 off Lido Beach. In addition to the Grand Prix Race, various fundraising events for Suncoast Charities for Children will continue to be an important part of the Festival. Additional events will be announced soon. Thursday, June 24 “Waves & Wheels” Festival Kickoff Party at Robarts Arena, Sarasota Fairgrounds from 6pm to 10pm. Friday, June 25 “Meet and Greet Who’s In The Driver’s Seat” at Sarasota Municipal Auditorium from 1:30pm to 3pm, Private Event for Agency Clients To Meet Race Teams. Saturday, June 26 “Red, White & Blue” Motorcycle Poker Chip Run at Rossiter’s Harley-Davidson, Registration is from 9:30am to 11am. Saturday, June 26 Powerboat & AquaX Races at Lido Beach from 9:30am to 4pm. Staurday, June 26 “Boats On The Block” Downtown Block Party on Main Street/Lemon Avenue from 6pm to 10pm. Sunday, June 27 Powerboat & AquaX Races at Lido Beach from 9am to 4pm. Tuesday, June 29 “Friendliest Catch” Fishing Tournament at Sarasota Outboard Club from 8:30am to 1pm, Private Event for Agency Clients. Friday, July 2 “Suncoast Summer Fest” Boat Fun Run Welcome Reception at The Westin Sarasota from 6pm to 10pm. Saturday, July 3 “Suncoast Summer Fest” Boat Fun Run Official Run On Sarasota Bay from 11am to 4pm. Saturday, July 3 “Suncoast Summer Fest” Boat Fun Run Post-Run Awards Dinner at The Westin Sarasota from 6pm to 9pm.

[SOON]  SEMINAR: Virtual: The Florida Center for Early Childhood Development: Inaugural Training Symposium , June 24, 9am-3pm

The Florida Center for Early Childhood is launching its inaugural “Mind Matters” Early Childhood Development Symposium, a virtual conference for early childhood professionals and caregivers on Thursday, June 24 from 9am to 3pm. The first 150 registrants receive the training for FREE. The symposium is part of The Florida Center’s newly expanded Training Institute, a learning center made up of skilled practitioners who help professionals, educators, parents and caregivers provide the best future for children through clinical trainings, parenting classes and tools for educators. The full-day virtual symposium, on understanding and supporting early childhood brain development and mental health, will feature three renowned speakers who will teach participants how to identify brain differences, understand their implications and utilize strategies to address them. The agenda includes the following sessions: Whole Child, Whole Adult: Transformation through Mindfulness-Based Social Emotional Learning by Laura Bakosh, PhD, Co-Founder and CEO of Inner Explorer. Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD): Identifying and Supporting Children with Brain Differences by Anika Trancik, PhD, Neuropsychologist. Building the Foundation of a Lifetime: The Lasting Impact of Early Childhood Experiences, by Harleen Hutchinson, PsyD, Psychologist and Mental Health Clinician. Attendees will also benefit from a 30 minute guided yoga session using breath and gentle movement to re-energize, promote mindfulness and enhance clarity.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Anna Maria Oyster Bar's Dive Into Reading seeks Volunteer Mentors for Summer Reading Program , June 7 – July 15, 8:30am-10:30am

Dive Into Reading (DIR) summer reading program aims to improve children’s reading levels by combating “Summer Slide” and continuing education over summer break - now in its fifth year. The program’s long-term objective is to improve elementary level reading levels, instill a lifelong love of reading and teach social-emotional skills. By the end of the summer 2021 program, Dive Into Reading will have served nearly 1500 students in its five year history. In 2020, DIR continued virtually with the help of more than 100 volunteer mentors. This summer, the DIR program will return safely in-person and is seeking a diverse group of volunteer mentors to encourage, grow, and inspire the young minds of rising 1st, 2nd, and 3rd graders in the Manatee County area. Interested mentors can apply online and will be required to attend one 90-minute training session on a date of their choice (May 18, 19, 21, 24 or June 4). Volunteers must commit to one morning shift (8:30am-10:30am) one time per week for 5 weeks during June 7 through July 15. No sessions week of July 4. Story Opportunities: Interview: Amanda Horne, Director of Marketing & Philanthropy, Anna Maria Oyster Bar. Interview: John Horne, CEO of Anna Maria Oyster Bar. Interview: Melissa Powell, reading coach at Daughtrey Elementary and teacher-coordinator at Landside who has worked with DIR for 4 years. Social Media: Instagram takeovers & other content available.

[SOON]  FILM: The Ringling: On Screen: DUMBO , June 24, 1pm

Directed by Tim Burton, and starring Colin Farrell, Michael Keaton and Danny DeVito, this 2019 remake of a beloved tale brings takes baby Dumbo to new heights will play on June 24 at 1pm at the Historic Asolo Theater. Struggling circus owner Max Medici enlists a former star and his two children to care for Dumbo, a baby elephant born with oversized ears. When the family discovers that the animal can fly, it soon becomes the main attraction, bringing in huge audiences and revitalizing the run-down circus. The elephant's magical ability also draws the attention of V.A. Vandevere, an entrepreneur who wants to showcase Dumbo in his latest, larger-than-life entertainment venture. Dumbo is rated PG and is 1 hr 52 min. Admission to the Circus Museum is only an additional $5 with your ticket to this film, DUMBO. Seating will allow for social distancing. In the event of rising COVID cases or safety concerns this event is subject to be moved outdoors or canceled. Ticket holders will be notified upon any changes made and refunded if the screening is canceled. Tickets are $15 for adults, $13.50 for adult members, $10 for students, $5 and children.

[SOON]  HEALTH: St. Armands Circle: Sol of the Circle: Breathe: An Outdoor Yoga Series , June 9 – September 8, 6pm-7pm

Life on the Circle only gets better when days are bathed in the summer sun. Enjoy a breath of fresh air and immerse yourself in the perfect setting for adventure and fun. Join us for the “Sol of the Circle,” a series of special events for the entire family. Breathe: An Outdoor Yoga Series will take place every second Wednesday from 6pm to 7pm. Dates are June 9, July 14, August 11, and September 8.

[SOON]  FESTIVAL: Suncoast Summer Fest: Waves & Wheels Kickoff Party , June 24, 6pm-10pm

The Waves & Wheels Kickoff Party, on Thursday, June 24 from 6pm to 10pm at Robarts Arena, and will feature Exotic Cars, Custom Motorcycles, and Race Boats On Display – and you can Meet The Drivers. Tickets are $50 and must be purchased in advance. Complimentary Food, (1) Complimentary Drink Ticket and a Full Cash Bar will be provided. Live music by Lucky Penny, one of the Tampa Bay area's hottest dance bands.

[SOON]  THEATER: Florida Studio Theatre Improv: Life's A Beach , June 5 – July 31, 7:30pm

Florida Studio Theatre (FST)’s resident improv team, FST Improv, returns to the Bowne’s Lab stage with one the troupe’s most popular shows, Life’s a Beach. Drawing inspiration from audience suggestions, FST Improv’s cast members create scenes and musical numbers that celebrate—and poke fun at—all things Sarasota. Beginning June 5, FST Improv will perform Life’s a Beach every Saturday at 7:30pm in FST’s Bowne’s Lab. Doors open one hour before show time. A full food and drink menu is available for pre-show dining. Tickets are now on sale at 941-366-9000 or floridastudiotheatre.org. After performing for live, limited capacity audiences this spring in FST’s Mainstage Keating Theatre, FST Improv will now return to its home theatre, FST’s Bowne’s Lab. Lampooning and celebrating this piece of paradise loved by so many are FST Improv members Kevin Allen, Sarah Durham, Kyle Van Frank, and Will Luera. ​These quick-thinking performers will also be joined onstage by one of two musical improvisers, Sergei Glushonkov and Michelle Neal. From the annual snowbird migration and never-ending construction to pervasive roundabout confusion and elusive downtown parking, nothing is safe from a good-spirited tease.

[SOON]  FESTIVAL: Pride in the Edge District , June 24, 12-9pm

Pride in the EDGE starts with The EDGE Experience from 12-5 pm, when dozens of businesses are offering Pride-themed activities, music, and specials. Specials include BOGOs and discounts, Pride contests, and FREE giveaways, like rainbow ribbon braids, koozies, headbands, t-shirts, espresso, chair massages, bracelets, face painting, Tampa Bay Rays sunglasses, and more! From 5-9 pm, the celebration continues with Savor the EDGE, a premiere outdoor tasting party at the Edge Collective Urban Marketplace with delicious food, wine & spirits, live music, and a VIP experience! VIP tickets also include free parking on-site, AND all ticket purchases will help a great cause! A portion of proceeds will be donated to GLSEN, the national network of students, teachers and allies helping to ensure that every student has the right to a safe, supportive, and LGBTQ-inclusive K-12 education.

The Edge District , Multi-hour options include: 800 1st Ave. S., 13th St. & 1st Ave. N., 1301 Central Ave., 1234 Central Ave., 1211 1st Ave. N., and Trop Lot 6.

[SOON]  FESTIVAL: Suncoast Summer Fest: Celebrate Sarasota July 4 Parade & Bayfront Fireworks , July 4, 8pm

Celebrate Sarasota July 4 Parade & Bayfront Fireworks will take place on July 4 in Downtown Sarasota. The parade will pay tribute to veterans, first responders, and front line workers. It will begin at 8pm starting at Mound St. (U.S. 41) and Orange Ave. ending at Bayfront Drive (U.S. 41) and Main St. (J.D. Hamel Park). Designated areas for public viewing will be marked along the parade route. Bayfront fireworks, organized by Suncoast Charities for Children in partnership with marina Jack, will follow at approx. 9pm to close out the evening celebration. For more information on the parade please contact Dan Kennedy at 941-812-5406 or chessie@comcast.net. For more information on the Bayfront Fireworks please contact Marina Jack at 941-365-4232.

[SOON]  SEMINAR: Women's Resource Center Hosts Free Webinar for High-Demand Jobs in the Local Hospitality Industry , June 23 – June 24, 12-1pm

While the local hotel industry sees record occupancy rates as tourists flock to our area, employers face a workforce shortage to meet this demand. To connect individuals to the various career pathways available in this sector, the Women’s Resource Center (WRC) is partnering with local hospitality employers on a free online webinar offering an overview of employment opportunities, Wednesday, June 23, noon to 1 p.m. A Spanish language version of the same webinar will be presented on Thursday, June 24, noon to 1 pm. Participants can attend by phone or computer and will be able to ask questions via a chatbox.

Women's Resource Center

[SOON]  FESTIVAL: Suncoast Summer Fest: Boats On The Block Downtown Block Party , June 25

This Celebrate Sarasota event provides a chance for all to see the race boats participating in the Grand Prix Race up close and meet the race teams on June 25. Boats will be displayed along Main St. (Between Orange Avenue & Gulfstream Avenue), around Five Points Park, and on South Palm Avenue. Live music will be on Lemon Avenue. For more information please contact Ron Soto 941-321-0562. Race teams should contact Lucy Nicandri 941-706-3795.

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