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"This year has allowed us to really imagine what a more unified, more connected Sarasota could look like and we saw PINC as an opportunity to bring people back together."

- Anand Pallegar, Founder, DreamLarge.

[Arts & Entertainment]  PINC Returns With Renewed Purpose
Philip Lederer, Phil.Lederer@srqme.com

The annual conference known as PINC returns to the Sarasota Opera House this December 7, following a three-year hiatus. And in those three years, the minds behind the PINC experience, in conjunction with All Star Children’s Foundation, have taken the opportunity to tweak the formula a bit, still offering a day of varied and inspiring speakers and presentations, but under a slightly different name—and one that speaks to the conference’s renewed sense of purpose. “PINC was built around community,” says Anand Pallegar, founder of DreamLarge, the organization behind the yearly conference. “And we need to use PINC as a platform for advancing unity in our community.”

Since its arrival in Sarasota in 2014, the annual PINC conference (People, Ideas, Nature, Creativity) has dubbed itself the “most creative day in Sarasota,” bringing an eclectic collection of accomplished artists, athletes, innovators and oddballs to the Opera House stage for a day of education and entertainment. The last conference was held in 2019.

Under its new banner—People, Ideas, Nature, Community—the conference will still be that “creative bubble bath for your brain,” Pallegar assures, and still feature that wide variety of speakers from different disciplines and walks of life, but now he hopes some of that energy and creativity can be more actively harnessed, in at least some small way, towards a common cause that can have local impact. “This year has allowed us to really imagine what a more unified, more connected Sarasota could look like,” he says. “And we saw PINC as an opportunity to bring people back together.”

To that end, PINC 2023 will be the first year that the famously horizontal and unpredictable event has a single unifying theme—overcoming trauma. And so this year’s roster of 12 speakers, while ranging from wheelchair racers and muralists to NASA researchers and philanthropists, will all converge, in their own way, on the central question occupying Pallegar’s mind: “How do we, as a community, move forward together in unity and become more informed about how to identify trauma, react to it, and advance as a community?”

The structure of the day will remain the same as previous conferences with presentations in the morning and afternoon, each followed by opportunities for the audience to engage with the speakers. To encourage this engagement, attendance is capped at 450 seats, maintaining a workable speaker-to-audience ratio. And with the return of auxiliary events such as the accompanying Long Table Dinner, a separate ticketed affair held the day after the conference and attended by the speakers, attendees will have ample chance to meet the speakers in casual conversation.

Tickets are currently on sale for the December 7 event and, in the spirit of community, Pallegar says that any who want to attend but cannot due to financial reasons should reach out to DreamLarge about accommodation. “We want the people who want to be there,” he explains. “That’s what PINC is about, and our community wins when these stories are shared and imbued into the fabric of Sarasota." 

Pictured: The audience gets into the act at PINC 2019. Photo courtesy of DreamLarge.

To purchase tickets and to view the speaker list for PINC 2023, click here.

[Arts & Entertainment]  Michele Oka Doner: The True Story of Eve at The Ringling Museum of Art
Dylan Campbell, dylan@srqme.com

In a time when sea levels are rapidly rising and tropical storms are becoming more destructive with each passing season, Michelle Oka Doner’s work stands out. It stands out, because that’s what Doner, an internationally acclaimed artist and Miami Beach native has always cared about: the flora and fauna of the environment around her. Doner, whose specialties include sculpting and printmaking amongst many other skills, has been creating art centered around the natural world and humanity’s relationship to it since the late 1960s. This November, Doner will be presenting her first solo exhibition at The Ringling Museum of Art with Michele Oka Doner: The True Story of Eve.

“I’ve been talking with Michele for a number of years now, she’s someone that’s really dedicated to the local flora and fauna of Florida,” says Ola Wlusek, the Keith D. and Linda L. Monda Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at The Ringling. “She’s really interested in nature and our efforts to preserve it, however, her work approaches the topic in a more poetic way through the use of sculpture, printmaking and drawing.”

While The True Story of Eve isn’t necessarily a retrospective, it will provide a broad range of Doner’s work in materials like bronze, ceramic, wood and glass from the 1960s until now. “Michele’s really interesting because she uses found materials in the majority of her work–she’ll employ anything from small leaves to sticks to sea shells to Palmetto tree fronds,” says Wlusek. “She also works in almost every medium from sculpture to bronze to silver to mixed media and even glass. Her printmaking ranges from both small scale prints to large scale pieces over six feet high.”

Doner’s artistic range allows for viewers to experience the exhibition in a multitude of ways. Not only will Doner’s work be presented on the walls, but various sculptures and pieces will be presented on the floor in the round as well. It’s a fitting exhibition for Doner at this stage of her career. For an artist who has always been inspired by Florida’s climate, her work may not be any more relevant than it is now.

The Ringling Museum of Art, 5401 Bay Shore Rd, Sarasota. 

Pictured: Michele Oka Doner. Image courtesy of The Ringling Museum of Art.

To learn more, visit.

[Arts & Entertainment]  Story Book Trail to Open in Lincoln Park

Manatee County families will have a new way to help their children’s love of reading grow through the brand-new Story Book Trail at Lincoln Park, opening November 16. Sponsored by I Am Yes Joyful Projects and Manatee Education Foundation, the Story Book Trail is an interactive instructive adventure that places the pages of a children’s story along a walking trail. Designed and built in conjunction with the School District of Manatee County and Soar in 4, this path will allow children of all levels to enjoy the outdoors and read a book with their family and friends, helping to build interest in reading while encouraging healthy outdoor physical fitness. "The new Story Book Trail at Lincoln Park takes story-time out of the home and brings it into nature and our community,” said Manatee County District Two Commissioner Amanda Ballard. “With colorful illustrations and new opportunities to explore and learn, this engaging activity will go a long way to helping kids at a crucial time in their development and bring Manatee County families closer together." A brief opening ceremony will take place on Thursday, November 16, at 1:30 PM, at 501 17th Street East, Palmetto, 34221. After, people are invited to read the book, A Walk in the Forest by Maria Dek, as they stroll along the panels throughout the Lincoln Park trail. A variety of activities also will be set up until 3 PM. “I am so very happy that my story was chosen for the first Story Book Trail in Manatee County,” said Dek. “It’s a great honor. My hope is that Story Book Trail will enchant families with beauty and peace.” The panels include literacy and activity tips, making it an adventure for learners at every level of education. Additionally, the panels are narrated in English and Spanish to enhance the storytelling experience. For more information about Manatee County Government, visit mymanatee.org or call (941) 748-4501. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @ManateeGov. 

[Arts & Entertainment]  Marie Selby Botanical Gardens Major Announcement

Marie Selby Botanical Gardens announced that Phase One of its three-phase Master Plan for its downtown Sarasota campus will open to the public on January 11, 2024. The project adds 188,030 square feet of new facilities and amenities, including: A 150-seat ground-level garden-to-plate restaurant, called The Green Orchid, featuring a rooftop edible garden that provides fresh produce and is planned and maintained by Operation EcoVets, a nonprofit that provides opportunities for veterans. A research center that will offer a window into Selby Gardens’ world-class research, with more than 150,000 plant specimens and a library with volumes dating to the 1700s. A solar array that makes Selby Gardens the world’s first botanical garden complex to be net-positive in its energy consumption. 

Pictured: The open-air Jean Goldstein Welcome Center consisting of a ticketing pavilion, welcome gallery, and welcome theater to properly accommodate and orient guests.

To learn more, visit.

[Recognition]  New Commissions from Madeleine George and Shariffa Ali in NYC, Hermitage Major Theater Award 2023

Andy Sandberg, Artistic Director and CEO of the Hermitage Artist Retreat, announced today that Madeleine George and Shariffa Ali, the first two recipients of the $35,000 Hermitage Major Theater Award (HMTA), will have presentations of their newly commissioned plays this month in New York at MCC Theater on November 17 and 20. Developed while in residence at the Hermitage in Sarasota County, Florida, these two accomplished theater makers will present workshop readings of their works in New York as part of the commission includes the first presentations in a recognized ‘arts capital.’  Pulitzer Prize finalist and playwright Madeleine George, currently a writer on the hit Hulu series “Only Murders in the Building,” will be presenting her new comedy The Sore Loser to an invitation-only audience on Friday, November 17th at 4pm. Theater-maker and director Shariffa Ali will share an in-process presentation of her newly devised work, Hero, for invitation-only audiences on Monday, November 20th at 4pm. Both readings will take place at MCC Theater in New York. Each of these original commissions are coming to fruition in less than two years of the recipients learning of their award. 

Pictured: HMTA Winner Madeleine George.

[Arts & Entertainment]  Key Chorale Collaboration Features Imaginative New Choreography

Key Chorale and The Sarasota Ballet Studio Ballet Company will partner once again for Wintertide on Sunday, November 26th at the Sarasota Opera House. Wintertide blends Spanish, Mexican and Puerto Rican carols in Conrad Susa’s Carols and Lullabies with John Rutter’s chilly choral cycle When Icicles Hang. Key Chorale and The Sarasota Ballet Studio Company entwine dance and music for this unique program celebrating the blue nights of winter and the magic of the season. Imagine the stage of the Sarasota Opera House filled with 30+ dancers, 100 singers, orchestra, and soloists for this exciting collaboration. The program will also showcase classical guitarist Paul Moeller who will be featured in Carols & Lullabies with percussionist William Brown, harpist John McColley, and soloists Amy Jo Connours, Melissa Simmons, Zachery Stockman, and Jesse Martin. Moeller will also share a virtuosic solo by Issac Albeniz titled Leyenda which captures the spirit of flamenco from Andalusia. In addition, patrons will hear several seasonal favorites from England - including The Sussex Carol, The First Nowell, and Fantasia on Greensleeves by Vaughan Williams, oftentimes associated with the text What Child is This. Also highlighted are What Sweeter Music by John Rutter and a First Snow, a lovely instrumental work by Ola Gjeilo featuring Key Chorale’s Principal Keyboardist Glenn Priest. 

[Arts & Entertainment]  Hamilton at the Van Wezel

Producer Jeffrey Seller and the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall announce today that single tickets for HAMILTON will go on sale to the public on Thursday, November 16 at 10am ET at VanWezel.org, in person at the Van Wezel Box Office or by calling 941-263-6799. Tickets will be available for performances Tuesday, March 26, 2024 – Sunday, April 7, 2024. There is a maximum purchase limit of eight tickets per account for the engagement. When tickets go on sale, prices will range from $59 to $159 with a select number of premium seats available from $209 for all performances.  There will be a lottery for 40 $10 seats for all performances. Details will be announced closer to the engagement. Jeffrey Seller notes, “It's tempting to get tickets any way you can. There are many sites and people who are selling overpriced, and in some cases, fraudulent tickets. For the best seats, the best prices and to eliminate the risk of counterfeit tickets, all purchases for the Sarasota engagement should be made through VanWezel.org.” A revolutionary story of passion, unstoppable ambition, and the dawn of a new nation. HAMILTON is the epic saga that follows the rise of Founding Father Alexander Hamilton as he fights for honor, love, and a legacy that would shape the course of a nation. Based on Ron Chernow’s acclaimed biography and set to a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, R&B, and Broadway, HAMILTON has had a profound impact on culture, politics, and education. In addition to its 11 Tony Awards, it has won Grammy®, Olivier Awards, the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and an unprecedented special citation from the Kennedy Center Honors. HAMILTON features book, music, and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda, direction by Thomas Kail, choreography by Andy Blankenbuehler, and musical supervision and orchestrations by Alex Lacamoire. HAMILTON features scenic design by David Korins, costume design by Paul Tazewell, lighting design by Howell Binkley, sound design by Nevin Steinberg, hair and wig design by Charles G. LaPointe, and casting by Telsey + Company, Bethany Knox, CSA. The musical is produced by Jeffrey Seller, Sander Jacobs, Jill Furman and The Public Theater. The HAMILTON Original Broadway Cast Recording is available everywhere nationwide. For information on HAMILTON, visit: HamiltonMusical.com. Follow HAMILTON on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter/X & TikTok @HamiltonMusical. 

[SRQIST]  Revive, Restore
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REVIVE, RESTORE | Unleashing the power of ecological restoration, November 2023. 

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[SOON]  GALLERY: Yayoi Kusama: A Letter to Georgia O Keeffe at Marie Selby Botanical Gardens , February 11 – June 30, n/a

Marie Selby Botanical Gardens will present Yayoi Kusama: A Letter to Georgia O Keeffe as the eighth iteration of its annual Jean and Alfred Goldstein Exhibition, which examines the work of major artists through the lens of their connection to nature. The exhibition, which will be on view from February 11 through June 30, 2024, at Selby Gardens Downtown Sarasota campus, will explore the unexpected yet profoundly impactful mentoring relationship that developed between iconic artists Yayoi Kusama and Georgia O Keeffe. The theme of the upcoming Goldstein Exhibition is the latest announcement of programming planned for Selby Gardens 50th anniversary season. For more information, visit selby.org.

[SOON]  FOOD: 34th Annual Hob Nob BBQ Event , December 6, 5:30-8:30pm

The Lakewood Ranch Business Alliance is excited to announce they will be the new home for the 34th Annual Hob Nob BBQ event on December 6th, previously put on by Bradenton Area Economic Development Corporation. This event has been the premier networking event in the region for decades, which brings together the business community from the Sarasota, Bradenton and Lakewood Ranch Region to enjoy an evening of food, drinks and fun. The event will be held at the Premiere Sports Campus from 5:30pm to 8:30pm.For more information, visit members.lwrba.org.

[SOON]  SCIENCE AND NATURE: 2023 ECOSummit , December 5 – December 6

Get inspired by two days of Big Ideas and Solutions at the ECOSummit as experts share insights and innovations for recharging our environment and reducing our impacts-crucial to sustaining our coastal community’s quality of life. Community storytellers will explore our environmental heritage as a touchstone for a resilient future. It’s a lively and entertaining two-day solutions-oriented experience with lectures, panel discussions, storytelling, and music. Award-winning Americana songwriter Karen Jonas and her band will weave dazzling threads of their dreamy Alt-Country music through the tapestry of stories over two days. Networking coffee breaks, lunches, lunchtime wellness and guided walks, and professional continuing education credits all included. The summit will take place from December 5-6 at Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall. For more information, visit scienceandenvironment.org.

[SOON]  FOOD: Sage Restaurant Rooftop Launch , November 10, 5-11pm

Sage Restaurant, a culinary destination offering worldly cuisine and crafted cocktails in downtown Sarasota, is elevating its rooftop experience by introducing a brand-new gourmet street food menu available exclusively on the 4th-floor open-air rooftop. Set against the backdrop of an elegant ambiance and mesmerizing city views, this gastronomic journey kicks off on Friday, Nov. 10 and will be available every Thursday through Saturday evening. Highlights from the rooftop menu include Cod and Baby Shrimp Ceviche with Assorted Chips; Guacamole with House Made Chips; Confit of Patatas Bravas; Smoked Beef Empanadas; House Blend Smash Burger with Kimchi and Garlic Mayo; Pulled Chicken Sandwich with Tomato-Bacon Jam and Cabbage Slaw; and Panino with Eggplant Confit, Capicola, Porchetta and White Truffle Aioli. While the food promises to tantalize your tastebuds, the rooftop continues to offer a full-service bar, open table seating and, in line with Sage's commitment to providing unparalleled experiences, guests can enjoy live music every Friday and Saturday evening. While reservations are encouraged for the main dining area, the rooftop does not require reservations. However, given the excitement around this launch, early arrival is recommended for the best seats under the stars. For more information, visit SageSRQ.com.

[SOON]  FOOD: Boo's Ice House Barksgiving , November 18, 2-9pm

Happy Barksgiving! Bust out your stretchiest, comfiest pants on November 18th from 2-9pm! Boo's will have Turkey Dinner options for both hoomans and 4-leggeds! Leslie Patterson from Coastal Paws LLC will be offering doggy baths & nail trims. We invite you to add a paw to our Thankful Wall and enjoy the sounds of the Sabrina McClenithan. Tickets aren't needed, but they help us know how much food to prepare, so we prefer you RSVP. $15.99 Hooman plate: Turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, steamed veg, and gravy. $9.99 Dog plate: Turkey, mashed potatoes, rice, beef broth. For more information or to RSVP, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/barksgiving-tickets-750018715167

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: 2023 Sandies Awards , November 17, 11:30am-1:15pm

The Lakewood Ranch Business Alliance (LWRBA) is pleased to announce the 2023 Sandies Awards Finalists. The Finalists and community can find out who the winners are at the annual signature event, The Sandies Members’ Choice Awards luncheon, on Friday, November 17, 11:30 am to 1:15 pm, at The Ballroom at Grove, Lakewood Ranch. Every year, The Sandies recognize LWRBA members for their remarkable talents, character, and commitment to the organization and the community. These awards honor LWRBA volunteers who strive towards the highest levels of personal and professional accomplishment, devote time and energy to our community, and forge paths of leadership for others to follow. Tickets are $65 for members and non-members. Registration is now open at www.lwrba.org/Sandies.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Wellen Park Veterans Day Ceremony , November 11, 10am-4pm

In partnership with The Rotary Club, Wellen Park is hosting a day of reflection and appreciation this Veterans Day at the Flags for our Heroes ceremony in Downtown Wellen. For every $50 donation, an American flag and customized medallion will be put on display along Downtown Wellen’s Grand Lake. The plaques, which will include the hero’s name, will be presented in a special ceremony on Nov. 11 from 10am-4pm on the Great Lawn. To make a donation and honor a hero with a flag, go to eventbrite.com/flagsforourheroestickets.

[SOON]  FOOD: Duvals 12th Anniversary Celebration , November 8 – November 11, 11am-10pm

Duval’s Fresh. Local. Seafood. is celebrating their 12th anniversary! They invite their valued guests and community members to join them in celebration of this milestone throughout November 8th-11th. A special chef-curated menu will be available all weekend with new items including Mushroom Arancini, Fennel Beet Salad, Surf and Turf, and Cashew-Crusted Grouper. A $12 lunch menu will also be available November 8th-10th only from 11am-4pm. This menu features several of their most popular lunch items for only $12 each, inspired by some of their guests’ favorites over the last twelve years. Throughout the celebration, guests who dine in will have the opportunity to enter to win one of twelve prizes including gift cards and experiences. One grand prize winner will win a chef-curated 3-course dinner for 4 and a bottle of wine. For more information, visit duvalsfreshlocalseafood.com.

[SOON]  GALLERY: Embracing Our Differences at Sarasota Art Museum , October 21 – November 26, n/a

Sarah Wertheimer, the executive director of Embracing Our Differences, recently announced that the organization will be staging its final exhibit of EOD’s 20th anniversary season at Sarasota Art Museum of Ringling College of Art and Design, October 21-November 26. “Embracing Kindness” will showcase 14 artworks and accompanying quotations selected from exhibits from the past 20 years. This free exhibit will be located on the Museum’s Great Lawn at 1001 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota. For more information, visit EmbracingOurDifferences.org.

[SOON]  FOOD: School of Hospitality and Tourism Management All-Inclusive Dining Event , October 17 – November 14, 6-8pm

The public is invited to enjoy an elegant night out at the Powel Crosley Estate, where Sarasota-Manatee students will deliver an unforgettable hospitality experience from 6 to 8 p.m. on Oct. 17. The event promises to delight guests with a gourmet spread, including risotto, salmon, steak, dessert and an opportunity to customize their own “potato martini” with sautéed Spanish onions, roasted garlic confit, apple smoked bacon and other savory toppings. A second dinner will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. on Nov. 14 at the same location. The semi-annual dinner series is an opportunity for students in the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management to gain hands-on experience in designing, preparing and executing an all-inclusive dining event. “This will be a dynamic learning experience for all of them,” said Joe Askren, a professor of instruction in the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management, who, along with his colleague Angad Dang, will assist the students throughout the night. “We look forward to showcasing our students’ skills at these events.” Visit usf.to/taste to purchase tickets.

[SOON]  THEATER: Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe opens its 24th Season , October 11 – November 19, n/a

Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe is thrilled to open its 24th theatre season with "Once On This Island," a Tony Award-winning musical set on a Caribbean island and featuring Afro-Caribbean rhythms and instruments and spectacular costumes. The show tells the coming-of-age story of a peasant girl searching for love and her place in the world, while dealing with complicated social issues of race, class and affairs of the heart. The production runs from October 11 through November 19; individual tickets are on sale. For more information, visit westcoastblacktheatre.com.

[SOON]  GALLERY: Orchid Show 2023: A 50th Anniversary Celebration at Marie Selby Botanical Gardens , October 7 – November 26, n/a

The Orchid Show 2023: A 50th Anniversary Celebration will be on view October 7 through November 26 at the Downtown Sarasota campus. Since its establishment in 1973, Marie Selby Botanical Gardens has formed the best scientifically documented collection of living orchids in the world. The Orchid Show 2023, presented by Better-Gro, will celebrate Selby Gardens 50th anniversary and highlight spectacular orchids from the living plant collection for which it is known across the globe. The Orchid Show 2023 will include a horticultural display in the Tropical Conservatory and an exhibition in the Museum of Botany & the Arts. Orchids of various shapes, colors, and patterns will abound in the Conservatory, illustrating the beauty and diversity of one of the largest and most beloved families of flowering plants. The Museum exhibition will present a selection of rare artifacts and historical images to help tell the rich story of Selby Gardens’ first 50 years, with emphasis on the plants and people who have made it such a special place. For more information, visit selby.org.

[SOON]  FOOD: Sarasota Hooters Jeep Nights , September 16 – December 21, 6pm

Calling all Jeep Enthusiasts! The Sarasota Hooters location is hosting Jeep Night on the third Thursday of the month starting at 6pm. Hooters is giving away raffle prizes during the monthly events. The September 21 raffle prize is a Flashcal For Jeep Superchips Calibration Tool. Congratulations to Shawn Miller who won a Jeep Tow Kit during the August 17 Jeep Night. Upcoming Jeep Nights will take place on December 21. Hooters of Sarasota is located at 6507 S. Tamiami Trail in Sarasota. Visit Hooters during Jeep Night and present your Jeep key for 15% off food and non-alcoholic beverages and an entry for the giveaway. Jeep Night has become a favorite thing to do for the Sarasota community. From regular customers to Hooters Girls who own Jeeps and Jeep lovers everyone is enjoying this opportunity. For more information, visit www.HootersFlorida.com.

[SOON]  FOOD: Farmers Market at Lakewood Ranch , September 3 – September 30, 10am-2pm

Experience some of the best food and flavors of the region with more than 100, and still growing, curated vendors. The Farmers Market at Lakewood Ranch has fast become a favorite weekly tradition for people from all over the region seeking farm-fresh produce, delicious prepared foods, and specialty items and gifts. Aside from all the goodies you can shop at the Farmers Market, find your flow in a free yoga class or have the kiddos get creative during weekly-hosted workshops. 1561 Lakefront Dr., Lakewood Ranch.

[SOON]  BUSINESS: Lets Connect at Oscura in Old Manatee , August 31 – December 26, 8:30-10am
Connect with local business owners at every Thursday at Oscura. Lets Connect is a community of collaborative business professionals from the Manatee and Sarasota County areas. RSVP on Eventbrite to attend, admission is free.

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