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Month/Date

Event
 
  10/13

Live After Five:

 

Wednesday, October 13, 2004

Blackfin Restaurant

Winter Park Village - Winter Park

6 - 9 pm

  10/14 - 16

DaVonda performing at Pleasure Island:

Orlando's Real Diva will be bringing you smooth rhythm and blues along with a flare of jazz vocals that's unprecedented.  Be sure to catch a set or two at the Pleasure Island Jazz Co., Thursday - Saturday,  October 14 - 16, 2004.

  10/14 - 17

25th Anniversary of the Clearwater Jazz Holiday:

BLOWING our HORN 

for 25 Years!

 

4 Days & 4 Nights
FREE LIVE JAZZ
on the waterfront at Coachman Park 
25th Anniversary Clearwater Jazz Holiday

October 14 - 17, 2004

website

2004 Line Up: Tony Vacca, Rick Braun, Big Z and the Sophistikatz, Victor Wooten, Branford Marsalis, Pepper and Fine Thyme, Tony Vacca & World Rhythms, Dan Moretti, Chris Botti, Neville Brothers, Nate Najar Quartet, Uptown Vocal Jazz Quartet, Adela Dalto, Big Bad Voodo Daddy.

  10/16

Central Florida Association of Black Journalists & Broadcasters:

For event information cont act CFABJ&B at 800- 804- 8478 or 

visit us online at www. geocities.com/cfab

  10/16

Black Women of Essence:

Black Women of Essence

Barbara Lott 

BLott@bwoe.org

407-927-9357

Want to network with a group of up and coming professionals? Then join us for our monthly meeting! BWOE will meet on Saturday, October 16 from 2pm - 4pm at the Hiawassee Branch Library located at 2768 N. Hiawassee in Orlando. For more information, please visit our website at www.bwoe.org.

  10/16

Jazz Night:

  10/20 Florida A&M University College of Law:

Law in America Discussions to Address Voting Rights, Same-Sex Marriage and Law in Wartime

ORLANDO, FL – The Florida A&M University College of Law announces the fall schedule for its Law in America public discussion series, which will bring together law professors and other experts for dialogue on contemporary legal issues.

The series offers Central Floridians an opportunity to engage in conversations about the issues with input from legal experts at the College of Law. Each event is free and open to the public. For more information on the events the public is encouraged to call 407.254.3265 or email famulaw.events@famu.edu.

Law in America: Law in Wartime
6 – 8 p.m., Wednesday, October 20, 2004
Orange County Public Library, Cypress Room, 3rd floor
101 E. Central Boulevard, Orlando
FAMU College of Law Assistant Professor James Smith, III will discuss the legal issues in the war on terrorism.  Professor Smith was a prosecutor and defense attorney with the U.S. Army before joining the FAMU faculty.
  10/21

3rd Thursdays with the Men of Omega:

  10/23

Nubian Circle Book Club:

October 2004 “Nightstand” Selection: Red Light Wives by Mary Monroe
Date: October 23rd, 5-7 PM, RSVP Required
Location:  Fish Bones Restaurant
, 6707 W Sand Lake Rd, 407.352.0135

For more information:  Contact Phyllis Rhodes (321.235.0096, nubiancircleclub@aol.com) or our website at:  http://nubiancirclebookclub.tripod.com

  10/23

Inaugural Community Safety Fair:

Hosted by: Child Abuse Prevention Task Force

October 23, 2004

10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Sanford Civic Center 

401 E. Seminole Blvd. (Enter from Sanford Riverwalk)

 

EVERYTHING IS FREE

  • Fun and Educational for the Entire Family

  • Super door prizes valued between $300 - $500 each and ...

  • Free Light Lunch, Popcorn, Icies and Soft Drinks!

  • Many many giveaways like t-shirts, tote bags and gift certificates!

  • Radio Disney on site with games, giveaways and Mickey's Balloon Station Vehicle

  • Stage Entertainment all day long!

  • Plus a moonwalk, face painting, helium balloons -- and on and on!!

  • There will be a Halloween Contest -- so kids put on your best costume.

  • 1st, 2nd & 3rd place prize

  • You could win Park Hopper Passes to Disney or a Bicycle!

  • Over 40 booths will inform you about the many health & human service programs available in our community!

  10/27

Urban Cinema Cafe :

Launch Graphic Flyer in Word

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

October Feature Film: "Standing on My Sister's Shoulders" In the spirit of election time, this film displays the Civil Rights Movement of African American women in politics.

Admission: $15

 (Tickets sold in advance)

Reception 6:30pm

Showtime: 7:30 pm

Discussion in cafe after the film

DMAC-Downtown Media Arts Center 39 S. Magnolia Avenue Orlando, FL

Join us the last Wednesday of every month for the Urban Cinema Cafe' in downtown Orlando.  Starting October 27 and each month afterwards, ACE Media & Entertainment will highlight independent black films combined with an evening reception at the Downtown Media Arts Center (DMAC).  A portion of the proceeds will benefit a local minority cultural charity.  Tickets sold in advance.  For more information contact: aceorlando@yahoo.com
  10/29

Kappa Friday :

Come mix and Mingle with the Brothers of Kappa Alpha Psi of Central Florida

@ The Plush "Dragon Room"

25 W. Church St.

407 843-8600

www.dragonroomorlando.com

Friday, October the 29th

6pm-9pm

  10/29

Old School Groove:

  10/30

1st Annual Halloween Bowl-A-Rama :

Come join the Timber Creek High School Men's Basketball Program in an afternoon of bowling fun.

 Saturday, October 30, 2004

2:00p.m. – 6:00p.m.

 Boardwalk Bowl

10749 E Colonial Dr.

Orlando, FL

Donation: $13 in advance; $15 at the door (includes 3 games, shoes and prizes)
For tickets or additional information, contact Ivy (team mom) at (407) 325-2238 or timbercreek@zwallet.com.

 DON’T FORGET TO WEAR YOUR COSTUME!!

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

     

 

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