The onePULSE Foundation will host a public ceremony where Pulse still stands, now as the interim Pulse Memorial, to remember the 49 angels. Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs will join community members, survivors and first responders as they honor those we have lost. Parking and accessibility information available at onePULSEFoundation.org.
Join us on Saturday, February 10th to welcome an award winning professional musician, vocalist, and entertainer, Craig Singleton. Performing all the music you know and love from the Jazz Age to today’s biggest hits. Craig has received hundreds of rave reviews in the United States, South America and the Caribbean Islands. The members of Craig’s Big City Band are some of the finest musicians nationwide and preforms all styles of music. Craig Singleton and the Big City Band deliver an outstanding quality performance every time, and you won’t want to miss it!
Join us on Thursday, January 18th, at 12:30 p.m. for our first session on “From Muse to Master: Celebrating Women in Art”. This session will be led by the one and only Adrienne Lee, who will educate you on the Early Masters. You will explore female artists of the Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque periods whose work was often attributed to their male teachers or male family members
Tickets will be on sale for $35. Which will include your seat at 1921, a 3-course menu to choose from, and an amazing lecture on the Early Masters of Art. Please call (352) 385-0034 to reserve your seat today!
Join us on Wednesday, January 17th, at 6:30 p.m. for our first session on “From Muse to Master: Celebrating Women in Art”. This session will be led by the one and only Adrienne Lee, who will educate you on the Early Masters. You will explore female artists of the Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque periods whose work was often attributed to their male teachers or male family members
Tickets will be on sale for $50. Which will include your seat at 1921, a 3-course menu to choose from, and an amazing lecture on the Early Masters of Art. Please call (352) 385-0034 to reserve your seat today!
Join us for an open dialogue among community members aiming to foster a better understanding within our community. Volunteers with different backgrounds will act as books that you as a reader can check out. Launched in Denmark, the Human Library™ was designed to challenge stereotypes through positive dialogue. For more information about the Human Library™, visit humanlibrary.org. Ages 18 and up.
Join us for an open dialogue aiming to foster a better understanding between our community members. Volunteers with different backgrounds will act as books that you as a reader can check out. Launched in Denmark, the Human Library was designed to challenge stereotypes through positive dialogue. For more information about the Human Library, visit humanlibrary.org. Ages 18 and up.
On Thursday, August 24, Poinciana Medical Center will host a party to celebrate its fourth birthday, and the community is invited.
Attendees will enjoy birthday cake and have the opportunity to meet the hospital’s new CEO, Chris Cosby, as well as other members of the hospital’s leadership team.
For more information, please contact email@example.com
From two multi-award winning, masterful British comedians, and creators of 2016’s hit 2 for Tea (Winner of Orlando Sentinel’s Best-of-Fest), comes the outrageously funny and brilliantly inventive journey of James & Jamesy in High Tea: Another British Comedy, on stage May 17 – 28, 2017 at the Orlando Repertory Theatre (Silver Venue) as part of the Orlando Fringe Festival. Transcending physical comedy and redefining immersive theatre, the 16-time Best-of-Fest winners sweep spectators out to sea in an aquatic escapade brimming with whimsy, action, and ingenuity.
When a catastrophic disaster floods the world in tea, caffeine connoisseurs James and Jamesy leap into action, finding innovative and hilarious solutions to keep them afloat. Evoking the spirit of well-known maritime adventures including Noah’s Ark, Jaws, and Titanic, audience members will ease into their roles as pivotal characters in the work, playing along with the unforgettable, witty antics.
“High Tea is about the primal pleasure of playing in every sense of the word. I can’t think of a show that will make you more profoundly happy than this.” (Stage Door, Toronto)
Since 2012, James & Jamesy’s shows – 2 for Tea, High Tea, In the Dark, and O Christmas Tea – have been performed 350 times, combined. More than 60,000 audience members have relished their cheeky, laugh-inducing theatrics celebrated among children and adults alike.
Hailed as “a child’s imagination on steroids” by the London Free Press and “complete and utter fun” by the CBC, critics rave for the charismatic James & Jamesy in High Tea: Another British Comedy. A must-see performance on the International Fringe circuit, the unstoppable duo regularly receives glowing praise, having been named Best of Fest (Orlando Sentinel), Most Outstanding Show (London), Best of Fest (Toronto), Pick of Fringe (Vancouver), Best Comedy (Victoria), Patrons’ Pick (London), and Best Script (Montreal), among many more.
The hit adult puppet show is coming to Orlando Fringe. A single puppeteer turns one puppet into the 12 members of a jury in this courtroom comedy.
Longtime rambler on the plains of Americana music, Kim Richey straddles the roads of country and pop with a simple strumming guitar style for her straightforward songs about life. Pam Tillis and Trisha Yearwood borrowed Richey songs for their albums, and Yearwood provided harmonies for Thorn in My Heart, Richey’s latest, critically-acclaimed album which also included members of Wilco and My Morning Jacket.
SARASOTA – Cindy Barnes has been the face of Sarasota Pride for almost a decade. But a few months ago, Barnes had made the decision to step down as Pride director. However, her plan to resign recently took an unexpected turn.
Edward “Eddie” Sotomayor was one of the 49 victims killed in the Pulse shooting. Sotomayor was a Sarasota native and actively involved in Pride. Just before the shooting, he and Barnes arranged for a lunch meeting the following week to discuss Sarasota Pride’s future and Barnes’ decision not to continue with Pride. Sadly, Sotomayor was killed before the meeting took place.
Join us Wednesday August 3rd for our monthly networking mixer with Orlando’s premier LGBT businesses & Allies!
Hors D’Oeuvres, Cash Bar, Individualized Networking, FREE for all of our members, and $20 for guest!
Speed Networking: The first ten members to sign up at each mixer get an exclusive chance to network with each other, group speed dating style.
This is a great way to get to know your chamber, its members and what MBA Orlando is all about. So come and join us at one of the following mixers!