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Monday, September 14, 2009

Downtown Events September 18-26th

Downtown Events
Downtown Art Walk
September 18, 2009
5:30- 8:30pm
The Downtown Merchants of Historic Fort Walton Beach, Florida invite you every 3rd Friday to "Downtown Art Walk" to set up in participating stores from 5:30pm-8:30pm and display your work. Complimentary beverages and hors d’ oeuvres are served by most merchants. This month Hugs n Hissyfits and Little Bo Feet will be hosting " Back to School Art", featuring local student art. The Fountain Square will be hosting interactive kid projects such as pottery wheel, tie dye, dimensional art, etc. Call 850-244-8191 or email: piper@stellala.com for more information.
Full Circle Gallery Independent Film Viewing:
ART:21 is an award winning PBS original series that follows some of today's most ingenious and imaginative contemporary artists around as they discuss what moves them to create and grow in their artistic endeavors! This event is happening in conjunction with the Downtown Fort Walton Beach Art Walk which takes place on the 3rd Friday of every month from 5-8. Also keep in mind that Sip & Spin will be happening from 6-8 here at the gallery as well, so come make some pottery, drink some wine, and then unwind and watch the PBS series ART:21!
Full Circle Gallery / 29B Eglin Pkwy SE / Phone 850-362-8041 / fullcirclegallery@gmail.com
Global Mala
September 19, 2009
9am - 6pm
Please join your local yoga community at Fort Walton Beach Landing, Brooks Street, Downtown FWB to celebrate World Day of Peace.
Lectures….. Two venues…..
Venue #1 10:00 Sharon Routledge on Hypnosis
Venue #2 10:30 Shelly at Gaia's Garden Organic Garden Talk
Venue #1 11:00 Bonnielee Cuevas on Cabaret Belly Fit
Venue #2 11:30 Felicia - The Path of Buddhism, The 4 Noble Truths
Venue #1 12:00 John Lemire – Life in the Raw (my experience with the raw food lifestyle)
Venue #2 12:30 Beverly Buchanan Strengthen your core with belly dancing move
Venue #2 1:30 Amy Likins – Cleansing and detoxifying the body
Venue #1 2:00 Alice McCall A Message of Hope - Serious Health Issues Can Be Healed Naturally
Venue #2 2:30 Dr. Susan – Acupuncture, Laser Therapy, Chiropractic Care
Venue #1 3:00 Caroline Cook - Reiki
Venue #2 3:30 Dr Rachel Hutcheson - The Truth about Chiropractic
Venue #1 4:00 Sharon Routledge on EFT - Emotional Freedom Technique
Yoga classes
9 am Kristy, Barefoot Yoga
10 am Laura, Dragonfly Yoga
11am Carolyn, The Yoga Room
3 pm Amy, All One Yoga
4 pm Lyissa, Wholelife Yoga
5 pm Closing Meditation with Alice McCall
For further information please call 850.833.9595.
Annie’s "Sandy" coming to the FWB Library
Fort Walton Beach - Looking for something to do with the kids? Meet "Sandy" from the National Broadway tour of Annie on Saturday, September 19th at 1:00 p.m., at the Fort Walton Beach Library. Please join the library as we host "Sandy" (played by Oliver) and dog handler Patrick Peavy. The program is free and open to the public. Don’t forget to bring your cameras! Parents must remain for the program. For more information, please contact the library at (850) 833-9590. The Fort Walton Beach Library is located at 185 Miracle Strip Parkway, in downtown Fort Walton Beach at the corner of Eglin Parkway. Parking is on First Street to the North and Ferry Road to the East.
HPCC Yard Sale September 19th
Fort Walton Beach - The Fort Walton Beach Heritage Park and Cultural Center and Friends of the Museums, Inc., will hold a white tent yard sale to raise funds for the City museums on Saturday, September 19th from 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The fundraising event will be located on the Camp Walton Schoolhouse Museum grounds, 127 Miracle Strip Parkway SE, in historic downtown Fort Walton
Beach. Donations of items to be sold for the fundraising event are welcome and may be dropped off at Heritage Park during regular museum hours. All proceeds will benefit the three museums under Heritage Park’s care, the Schoolhouse, Indian Temple Mound Museum and Garnier Post Office Museum.
The Friends of the Museums, Inc., is a non-profit organization who raise funds and provide volunteers to help support archaeology, history, heritage, educational projects, programs and events of Heritage Park. The organization is dedicated to supporting the Indian Temple Mound and Museum, the Camp
Walton Schoolhouse Museum and the Garnier Post Office Museum. The City of Fort Walton Beach Heritage Park and Cultural Center is a community outreach division of the City and is committed to providing area historical educational programming. Heritage Park and Cultural Center is located at 139 Miracle Strip Parkway SE.

Sunday, September 20th 9am-4pmJoin artist/potter Robin Rodgers for a full day of hands-on wheel throwing techniques and more! Learn how to pull tall forms, make lids that fit, throw hollow and wide forms, centering techniques, stacking and closed pieces. Robin will also demonstrate special trimming, joining, and hand-building techniques as well as surface treatments that he uses to make his award-winning pieces. 25+ years of pottery experience at your command for a day! Got a problem? - Robin can prescribe your pottery solution! We may have time for horse-hair firing so bring your pre-bisqued pieces!
$80 + $10 materials cost (space is limited)Full Circle Gallery
Full Circle Gallery / 29B Eglin Pkwy SE / Phone 850-362-8041 / fullcirclegallery@gmail.com
FWB Library Fall Book Sale. Saturday, Sept. 26, 10 am to 2 pm. 185 Miracle Strip Parkway. Library is also accepting donations of clean hardback and paperback books, cassettes, videos, CDs and DVD's. Contact 850-833-9590 for more info.

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