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"It's important the entire delegation understand the positive and the negative moving forward."

- Sen. Joe Gruters, R-Sarasota

[Government]  Lawmakers to Host Town Hall on Siesta Key Future
Jacob Ogles, jacob.ogles@srqme.com

Sen. Joe Gruters and Rep. Fiona McFarland will host a town hall on potentially incorporating Siesta Key as Florida’s newest city. The public forum will be held Dec. 8 at 6 p.m. at Siesta Key Chapel.

Gruters, R-Sarasota, expects the entire Sarasota County Legislative Delegation to attend the meeting, which could portend a vote on the issue within the next few weeks. “It’s important the entire delegation understand the positive and the negative moving forward,” Gruters said.

The movement follows up on Save Siesta Key, a citizen group based on the barrier island community, presenting a feasibility study on municipal incorporation to the delegation. The organization has called its plan for a city “government-light,” primarily focused on planning. Member Harry Anand said the group wants to see a city hall that levies around a 0.5 mill property tax to provide for a small level of administration. Major services like law enforcement would still be outsourced to the county under the plan.

The creation of a city is no small feat in Florida, requiring an act of the Florida Legislature. Sarasota County is currently home to four municipalities: Sarasota, North Port, Venice and Longboat Key.

McFarland, R-Sarasota, has worked on the process with the group, and stressed the need to exhaust all other potential solutions including exploring incorporating into the neighboring city of Sarasota.

“I look forward to hearing directly from the residents of Siesta Key on both sides of the issue as I prepare the legislation for the Florida House,” she said.

The efforts to form a city come amid unrest over the approval of hotel developments by the Sarasota County Commission. The county in October approved an eight-story hotel, but conservation activist Lourdes Ramirez this week filed a lawsuit challenging that in court. Regardless of the outcome of that case, community members say the future of the island should be determined by those who live on Siesta Key. 

[Wreath Making]  Kinspoke To Host Holiday Wreath Making Workshop This Weekend
Emma Tufano, emma@srqme.com

It’s the most wonderful time of the year and to kickstart your festivities. Kinspoke, a floral arrangement company out of Parrish, is providing a wreath making workshop for all those who want to create their own one-of-a-kind door decoration. Kinspoke created these workshops with the intent of bringing a different perspective of design and food experience to the community. “Each workshop is led by a professional designer and the Kinspoke design team, who provide knowledge of beginner color theory, design principles and floral care,” shares owner Olivia D’Amico. 

On December 4th at 6 pm, join Kinspoke at the Atria Bread + Coffee in Lakewood Ranch for their returning holiday workshop. No matter your level of design—whether a crafts expert or just starting out—you will learn how to construct and perfect your own wreath with materials provided for you to choose from such as handmade ribbon, evergreens, eucalyptus, winter berries, and dried florals such as italian ruscus, hydrangea, proteas and roses. "It is also easy for children to participate since the greenery used is durable," says D'Amico.  

And it just got even better, there will be a special menu made by Atria with artisan pizza and wine/drink pairings along with special cheese, meat and dessert boards. Whether you’re going for a date, something to do with friends or just flying solo for the night, this wreath workshop is the perfect place to learn, create, eat and get into the holiday spirit.  

Photo courtesy of Kinspoke, kinspoke.myshopify.com, @kinspoke

To purchase tickets click here

[Parenting]  Interview With Forty Carrots' Community Speaker Dr. Tina Payne Bryson
Wes Roberts, wes.roberts@srqme.com

As this year's guest speaker for Forty Carrots' Free Community Speaker Event, Dr. Tina Payne Bryson touched on prominent talking points for parents, including 'The Power of Showing Up'. Bryson is the author of the Bottom Line for Baby and co-author (with Dan Siegel) of two New York Times Best Sellers—The Whole-Brain Child and No-Drama Discipline—each of which has been translated into over fifty languages, as well as The Yes Brain and The Power of Showing Up. She is the Founder and Executive Director of The Center for Connection, a multidisciplinary clinical practice in Southern California. Dr. Bryson conducts workshops for parents, educators, and clinicians all over the world, and she frequently consults with schools, businesses, and other organizations. 

In an interview with Wes Roberts in our December 2021 magazine issue, Dr. Bryson shared her thoughts on parenting in today’s chaotic world. In the excerpt below, she speaks to the way parents and caregivers can create a securely attached relationship with their children by using the four S’s, so that the child will feel at home in the world as they interact with others. 

The first S stands for safe and that really is about protecting our children from harm, but it's also creating a safe harbor away from the stress and the chaos of the world. Our homes, our relationships are safe harbors for our children. The second S is for seen which is about tuning into the mind behind the behavior and helping them feel seen. Soothe is to help comfort, nurture, calm them when they're really in distress. So for example the child doesn't want to get out of the bathtub, we practice seen by saying, you're really disappointed about getting out of the tub. So we’re connecting with the mind behind the behavior of the feelings he has and then soothing him, saying “It's okay, if you need to cry, I'm right here with you.”  Then wrap the towel around him and comfort him to settle him down. When kids have enough of this repeated they develop that fourth S of security, which is really where their brain wires to know that someone's going to show up for them and then they learn how to show up for themselves, how to keep themselves safe and seen, and understand themselves and soothe themselves. There are a lot of things in the world as parents that we can't control, and that's, that's hard for us to accept, but it's the truth. So what we want to do is what we can within our control to give our kids the highest capacity they have and the most resilience possible.  

To learn more about this year's Forty Carrots Free Community Speaker Event, click here

[Education Funding]  Manatee Education Foundation Funds $125K in Teacher Grants

In the spirit of Giving Tuesday, a global movement of generosity with intent to transform communities, Manatee Education Foundation (MEF) is proud to announce that approximately 150 teachers have received funds to provide educational projects for their students. In total, $125,000 was recently awarded through Teacher Impact Grants. Awarding the funds at the end of 1st quarter allows for plenty of time to use the funds in the classroom, prior to the end of the school year. Teachers ranging from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade submitted applications mid-September for the 2021-2022 school year. Manatee Education Foundation rewards teachers whose daily efforts in the classroom shape the future of our community and help build tomorrow’s workforce. Grants were funded in the following categories: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math), Literacy, Disadvantaged and At-Risk Youth, Arts & Culture and Children with Disabilities. 

Anyone interested in supporting MEF’s mission to provide funding for innovative programs and enhanced educational opportunities for the teachers and students of Manatee County public schools is invited to visit their website: https://mefinfo.org. For additional information, contact Mary Glass, President of Manatee Education Foundation at 941-737-7175. 

[Grant Awarded]  New Grant Will Boost Local Parrot Sanctuary

The Community Foundation of Sarasota County recently awarded a $10,000 grant to the Birds of Paradise Sanctuary & Rescue, a safe haven for abused or unwanted exotic birds regardless of species, age, special needs or behavioral issues.  The grant helped the organization by providing a portion of the money needed to fully remodel an exisiting building to be used as an Emergency Veterinary Intake and Adoption Center.  This new space will enable the group to increase the volume of birds that they can help and provide a great environment to interact with the birds during the adoption process.  A Grand Opening Open House is planned for December 11th from 11-3.    

Learn more here

Photo courtesy of Birds of Paradise Sanctuary & Rescue

[Outdoor Market]  Sunday Funday This Week at The Bazaar

Make it a Sunday Funday on December 5, when The Bazaar on Apricot & Lime opens their doors for the first time on a Sunday, from 10am - 2pm. Hamlet's Eatery will have brunch with live music from Clint Justesen & JSanti. Menu items include traditional and vegan options, plus Bloody Mary and mimosas. The Bazaar is home to more that 40 creators and curators. Find unique items you won’t find anywhere else, including many one-of-a-kind, art, clothing, jewelry, succulents, and vintage treasures.  Guest vendors will be joining outside in the courtyard including dogs from Tender Heart Charities looking for their fur-ever homes. 

Stay the whole day and get your tickets to see Dingbat Theatre Project's musical Spongebob at 2:30pm. (Tickets sold separately at dingbattheatre.org/) For more information visit BazaaronApricotAndLime.com or call 941-445-1938. 

[Performance]  Van Wezel Announces An Intimate Evening With David Foster

The Van Wezel is thrilled to welcome David Foster and special guests on Monday December 6at 8 p.m. for An Intimate Evening with David Foster – THE HITMAN TOUR. Foster’s wife, Katharine McPhee will be a special guest for the performance. McPhee is an accomplished actress and singer and first burst onto the scene during a storied run on Season 5 of American Idol where she finished in second place. Other special guests include breathtaking tenor Fernando Varela, Pia Toscano, and vocal powerhouse Sheléa. The voice of Fernando Varela is one that the press constantly compares as one of the world’s greatest. Fernando’s powerful voice tells the tale of a breathtaking tenor whose spirit and determination has defied the odds. Pia Toscano made a name for herself as a vocalist with a rich, emotionally transparent voice and was widely considered one of American Idol’s Season 10 frontrunners due to her powerhouse vocal ability and undeniable beauty. Sheléa has traveled internationally as a featured vocalist in “An Intimate Evening with David Foster” singing selections made famous by Natalie Cole (“Unforgettable”), Chaka Khan (“Through the Fire”), and Whitney Houston (songs from “The Bodyguard” motion picture soundtrack) just to name a few. 

For more information click here

[Real Estate]  Shantele Marcum Joins RE/MAX Platinum Realty

Shantele Marcum has joined RE/MAX Platinum Realty as a Realtor in the downtown Sarasota office. Growing up in a family of home builders, Marcum developed a passion for real estate, architecture and design. She has a background in sales, marketing and promotion, and has worked in the hospitality, retail, and health and fitness industries. She brings strong customer service skills and extensive local knowledge. Marcum has a B.S. in Business Marketing from the University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee Campus. A fitness enthusiast, she enjoys hiking, running, boating, and relaxing on the beach. The Sarasota office is located at 1500 State Street. Marcum can be reached at (941) 961-4959 or ShanteleSellsSarasota@gmail.com. 

[SOON]  GALLERY: Downtown Sarasota Alliance: First Friday Gallery Walk , February 5 – December 3, Times vary.

The DSA Presents First Friday Gallery Walk. Enjoy your walk or stroll in Downtown Sarasota with participating galleries, including State of the Arts Gallery on State Street, AlexArt International located at 25 North Pineapple Avenue, Dabbert Gallery on Historic Palm Avenue, Art Uptown Gallery on Sarasota’s Main Street, and 530 Burns Gallery in Historic Burns Court.

[SOON]  GALLERY: The Ringling: Heart Gallery's Faces of Foster Care , September 15 – January 5, Museum hours.

FREE Event, Special Exhibition that will be on display until January 5, 2022, to view this exhibition, please ask for a Community Gallery wristband in the Visitors Pavilion upon your arrival. Please note that this Exhibition is not open on Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays; including Veterans Day, Nov 11, Thanksgiving break Nov 24-28, Christmas break Dec 24- Jan 1, and MLK Day Jan 17. The Heart Gallery is a traveling photographic exhibit created to showcase portraits of children in the foster care system. Local photographers capture the child’s character and spirit to attract the attention of prospective forever families. Many of the children featured in Faces of Foster Care are at risk of aging out of the foster care system or are part of a large sibling group that makes them harder to place. The Ringling is honored to showcase the first Heart Gallery exhibit since the pandemic. For more information visit: www.heartgallerysarasota.org. To view this exhibition, please ask for a Community Gallery wristband in the Visitors Pavilion upon your arrival. Once you enter the education building, check-in at the security desk before viewing the exhibition.

[SOON]  FESTIVAL: Palmetto's Christmas in the Park , December 3 – December 4

Celebrate the holiday season with the return of Palmetto’s Christmas in the Park on December 3 and 4 at the Palmetto Historical Park & Manatee County Agricultural Museum. Reservations will be required and visitors have the choice of two different experiences when registering. The address is 515 10th Ave. West, Palmetto. To make reservations, visit www.manateecountyagmuseum.com beginning November 15. Option 1 – Visit with Santa & Palmetto Historical Park Tour: Start your time with a visit with Santa in the Chapel where kids young and old will be able to tell Santa their Christmas wishes. Parents, don’t forget your cameras! Feel free to bring a letter for Santa and either place it in the mailbox or hand it to him to read later. After your visit with Santa you will go on a guided tour of the Palmetto Historical Park’s decorated historic buildings and learn about the history of Palmetto. The Manatee County Agricultural Museum will also be open for a self-guided tour and there will be several activities on the park grounds including reindeer games and crafts. This tour is approximately 45 minutes. Option 2- Visit with Santa Only: Visit with Santa in the Chapel where kids young and old will be able to tell Santa their Christmas wishes. Parents don’t forget your cameras! Feel free to bring a letter for Santa and either place it in the mailbox or hand it to him to read later. When you leave Santa you are encouraged to enjoy the Palmetto Historical Park grounds where there will be several activities including reindeer games and crafts. The Manatee County Agricultural Museum will also be open for a self-guided tour. 

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Sarasota Christmas 2021: Hugh Too , December 3 – December 5, 3pm and 7pm

Hugh Too will take place from December 3 to 5, 2021 at Sarasota Baptist Church, 7091 Proctor Road, at 3pm and 7pm, 3pm show on Saturday and Sunday only. This year, Sarasota Christmas's Broadway-style production return with "Hugh Too", a funny, entertaining and meaningful stage production!  Our production team, includes adults, students, and children, joining together to help you kick-off your Christmas season. Tickets are required and will be available soon. 

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: WSLR + Fogartyville: Dovydas , December 3 – December 4, 8pm

Døvydas (previously known as David Smash) is a Lithuanian-born musician, composer, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Døvydas has forged a successful career as an innovative soloist. Døvydas started playing guitar at the age of thirteen in Lithuania, learning the drums, bass, piano, xylophone and harmonica shortly after. He was heavily inspired by a blues CD that his father bought in Germany, entitled Blues Giants Vol. 2, a compilation of blues songs from artist such as John Lee Hooker, Lightnin’ Hopkins, BB King, Etta James, and Memphis Slim. Dovydas now makes a good living as a virtuoso busker and YouTube content creator with over 1 million subscribers, playing primarily out of St. Armands circle and taking requests, often for songs he doesn’t know. The solo performance will take place on Friday, December 3, 2021 at 8pm and with band on Saturday, December 4, 2021 at 8pm.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: The Ringling: BOW'T TRAIL Retrospek by Rhodnie Desir , December 3 – December 4, 7:30pm

BOW'T TRAIL Retrospek is a full evening dance work that culminates a multi-year choreographic-documentary journey throughout the Americas. Rhodnie Désir used BOW’T, a piece she created in 2013, as the point of departure for this piece, which was conceived in of in Montreal. The choreographer, driven by a desire and a need to transcend her origins, drew from the jongo (Brazil), danmyé (Martinique), Vodun dance (Haiti), son jarocho (Mexico), blues (New Orleans), and gospel paired with Mi’kmaq rhythms (Canada) to immerse herself in the African cultures and rhythms brought to the Americas by enslaved Africans. This prolific artist’s work can be seen at The Ringling in the performances at the Historic Asolo Theater, and in the Monda Gallery in her exhibition entitled Conversations, which elaborates her process, discoveries and the relationship she has established with voices, dances and historic discourse past, present and future. This performance will show on December 3 and 4 at 7:30pm.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Virtual: Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe: A Night At The Savoy Livestream , December 4, 7:30pm-9pm

In-person tickets are sold out but you can still enjoy A Night at the Savoy from the comfort of your home on Saturday, December 4, 2021 from 7:30pm to 9pm. We’ll take you back to Harlem’s heyday in the 1930s with our live band and performers to the Savoy Ballroom — the first integrated ballroom in New York. Dance the Lindy Hop in your living room and enjoy the music of Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Cab Calloway and others, Help support WBTT and help us celebrate our own “Satin Doll,” Marian Moss, past Board of Trustees Chair, as our Heart & Soul Philanthropy Honoree. Livestreamed from The Circus Arts Conservatory Sailor Circus Arena. Watch the show via your Computer, Tablet, Smartphone of Smart TV. Once you purchase your LIVESTREAM HOUSEHOLD TICKET, you will receive an email confirmation with instructions for viewing. A few minutes before the performance, simply click on the virtual event(s) button in your email to start watching.

[SOON]  FESTIVAL: Temple Sinai: Hands on Hanukkah , November 28 – December 5, 4pm-7:15pm

HANDS ON HANUKKAH is a Community Event taking place at the UTC Mall during the 8 days of Hanukkah. The family-friendly events feature arts & crafts, raffles & giveaways, food & photos, storytelling, live musical performances and end with lighting the hanukkiah. All events start at 4pm and end at 7:15pm. HANDS ON HANUKKAH runs Sunday, Nov. 28th - Sunday, Dec. 5th and is produced by Temple Sinai Sarasota.  

[SOON]  FESTIVAL: St. Armands Circle: Holiday Soiree 2021 , November 27 – December 19, Varies.

St. Armands Circle has announced the event dates for its upcoming 2021 Holiday Soirée. Experience life on the circle and visit an assortment of some of the best merchants in the region. Holiday Soirée, a joint effort by the St. Armands Circle Association and St. Armands Business Improvement District, invites locals and tourists alike to immerse themselves and enjoy weekly events happening throughout the month of December. The Holiday Soirée will start Saturday, November 27. Is there a better place to spend the holiday season than on the Circle? Let it snow somewhere else. Come join an incredible series of holiday events presented by the St. Armands Circle Association. There will be six different events throughout the next month, the first starting on Saturday, November 27 as the circle kicks off the holiday season with the Let’s Go Shop Small event. Visitors can support local businesses on the Circle and get a head start on all their holiday shopping. The following week on Friday, December 3, features the Holiday Night of Lights. Beginning at 5:30pm, come enjoy the ceremonial tree lighting, sing along with carolers and witness Santa arrive on the Circle. Kids will have the opportunity to meet and take pictures with Santa from 6:30pm – 8pm. The final two weeks of the Holiday Soirée features two weekly events. Starting on Thursday, December 9 from 6pm to 9pm, enjoy the sweet sounds of the season by coming to Songs on the Circle. Stroll, shop and dine while you listen to this live music event. Then on Saturday, December 11, come see Porsches in the Park. Experience a day filled with beautiful automobiles and perfect weather. St. Armands Circle Association finishes its Holiday Soirée with its final two events on the week before Christmas. Ladies Night, which will be held on Thursday, December 16 from 6pm to 8:30pm, includes promotions from participating merchants for ladies. Shop and dine out on the Circle with a festive atmosphere that is sure to get you into the holiday spirit. The final event will conclude on Sunday, December 19. From 11am to 1pm, the Circle encourages you to enjoy a special holiday-themed mid-day soirée at its St. Armands Family Day.

[SOON]  THEATER: Florida Studio Theatre: Deck the Halls , November 27 – December 24, Varies.

A brand-new rendition of everything that makes the holidays in Sarasota special. With all-new songs and sketches, audiences should get ready to celebrate the holidays – Florida style – palm trees with decorations, swimming in the sea, sand snowmen, and more. An annual Sarasota holiday tradition, Deck the Halls invites families to deck the palms and join in on the fun at this interactive family show. Deck the Halls, by Sarah Durham and Caroline Saldivar, will play Saturdays and select Sundays from November 27, 2021 - December 24, 2021 in FST's Bowne's Lab. Subscriptions and single tickets are on sale and can be purchased by clicking the button above or by calling the Box Office at 941-366-9000.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Sarasota County Sheriff's Office 5th Annual Holiday Toy Drive , December 1 – December 12, 7am-7pm

Sheriff Kurt A. Hoffman is pleased to announce the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office is hosting its fifth annual holiday toy drive benefitting the 12th Judicial Circuit of Florida’s Guardian ad Litem program. There are currently more than 1,300 children from throughout Sarasota, Manatee and DeSoto counties who have been removed from their homes due to abuse or neglect and as such, appointed a Guardian ad Litem. Because the children range in age from newborn to 18 years old with varying personal needs, the sheriff’s office has chosen to focus the holiday initiative solely on toys and gift cards. Citizens are asked to refrain from donating clothing or stuffed animals and to make sure all donations are new and unwrapped. The initiative begins Wednesday, December 1 and continues until Sunday, December 12. Citizens can deliver donations to the agency’s headquarters located at 6010 Cattleridge Boulevard, Sarasota, every day between 7am and 7pm. The initiative launched in 2017 when the agency moved into its new headquarters facility on Cattleridge Boulevard in Sarasota. To date, with help from agency members, residents, local businesses and organizations, the sheriff’s office has donated more than 7,000 gifts including $20,000 in gift cards to the Guardian ad Litem program. Thanks to a partnership with the Sarasota Memorial Hospital Public Safety Department, public safety personnel are once again generously donating a holiday tree which will serve as the collection site for the toy drive. The tree will be delivered to the sheriff’s office headquarters on Monday, November 29 at 11am.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County: 67th Annual Christmas Tree Lot , November 26 – December 25, Varies.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County will be hosting their 67th Annual Christmas Tree Lot at the Westgate Shopping Center (Publix), 3913 Manattee Ave. W. Bradenton beginning on Friday, November 26 from 9am to 7pm and will be open Saturday, November 27 from 9am to 7pm. It will be closed Mondays - Wednesdays, open Thursdays and Fridays from 5pm to 9pm, Saturdays from 9am to 6pm and Sundays from 12pm to 7pm.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Christmas Market Art Caffe Venice , December 3, 4pm-7pm

The Christmas Market Art Caffe Venice will take place on Friday, December 3 from 4pm to 7pm at Venice ART CAFFE, 390 Nokomis Ave S, Venice. We are back in the lovely Patio of the Art Caffe inside the Venice ART Center. The perfect occasion to start your Christmas shopping while enjoying a glass of wine and Gisele's famous empanadas. Shop & Mingle with us, See you there. 

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Selby Gardens: Holidays in Watercolor , December 3, 10:30am-2:30pm

Just in time for the holidays, paint your own seasonal watercolor masterpiece on a greeting card. Create a meaningful keepsake to share with your family and friends, while learning watercolor techniques. Winter-themed color printouts are provided for reference, or students may bring their own. Open to artists of all ages/experience levels. Friday, December 3, 10:30am to 2:30pm. Class Fee: Members $70/Non-members $90. Class Size: 12 Students. Instructor: Carolyn Merenda.

[SOON]  HEALTH: Royal Glow Meditation Retreat , December 2 – December 5

Explore how you already have the power within to live a prosperous, healthy, peaceful, and happy life. The Royal Glow Meditation Retreat is a 4-day immersive deep-dive experience that teaches participants methods of self-transformation that are simple enough to start and practical enough to sustain from December 2-5. Hosted in tropical southwest Florida at The Westin, this retreat presents an extraordinary opportunity for you to detach from the ordinary pressures of daily responsibilities, routines, and environments that habitually create the reality you currently live in. Explore who you are beyond the identity that people in your life know you as, or the changing roles you play in the world, what you truly desire, and who you will become. Step into this unique space free from stimulating daily modern technologies and distractions so you can develop a deeper relationship with yourself. This space is intentionally cultivated for you to experience the infinite, Higher consciousness using your mind, your body, and your breath. In this safe container, you'll learn the tools and modalities to bring forth your deepest desires and Highest expression.

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