|By Debbie Manis, Orlando Sentinel|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
A portion of the proceeds will benefit
The event will be held from
Advance tickets are
Participants may BYOB.
Participants are encouraged to bring a bag of dry dog or cat food, which will be donated to local rescue groups.
Participants are encouraged to bring a snack to share and aluminum cans to recycle.
Details: 352-787-8654 or [email protected].
Participants are encouraged to bring a nonperishable-food item, especially peanut butter, which will be donated to local food pantries.
Cattle Barons' Ball
The Lake Sumter Unit of the
This year the unit joined forces with the
To reserve tickets or tables, sponsorship packages or donate items for auction, call 863-688- 2326, Ext. 5505 or email [email protected].
Brain fitness class
An eight-week brain fitness class to help people with mild cognitive impairment or early to moderate dementia will be offered at the
Participants will learn how to improve brain function, work on attention and memory, brain nutrition, elevation of mood and coping with challenges of memory impairment.
The classes will be offered from
For more information or to register, call 352-383-0051, Ext. 313.
Free social services
Representatives from Access Florida offer one-on-one assistance with applying for
Trained SHINE (Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders) volunteers are available from
'Wings and Wildflowers'
Spaces available for rent will include 10-by-10-foot and 10-by-20-foot and cost from
Sponsorship levels range
The festival will feature field trips in birding hotspots and wildflower havens and bring some of the nation's top birding, wildflower and nature experts to the area. This year's keynote speakers include
For more information or to fill out an application online, visit wingsandwildflowers.com or call 352-742-3918.
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