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    Movies on the Lawn, November 28

    On the day after Thanksgiving, after your day of Christmas shopping and eating leftover turkey, gather the kids and head downtown to the movies. The hilarious Christmas film, “Elf”, will be the feature at Main Street Bartow, Inc.’s “Movies on the Lawn” on Friday, November 28, at dark on the northwest corner of Wilson Avenue and Main Street. “Elf” tells the story of one of Santa’s elves who learns of his true identity as a human and goes to New York City to meet his biological father, spreading Christmas cheer as he goes.

    The event is free and suitable for the entire family. Those attending are encouraged to bring chairs or blankets.

    For further information call the Main Street Bartow office at 863-519-0508.


    Lake Wales Arts Council Presents 3rd Annual Make It Magical Holiday Extravaganza on Dec. 5

    The Lake Wales Arts Council will present the third annual Make It Magical holiday extravaganza from 5 to 8 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 5 with the new theme, "The Grinch."

    "Downtown Lake Wales will be transformed into Who-ville with a professional actor starring as the Grinch," says Barbara Connor, Council vice-president, who helped create the event while serving as the president for three years. "Much like Who-ville's annual Who-bilation, you may see green face paint and Who-do hairdo’s during an evening that is sure to make hearts, especially the Grinch, grow three times larger."

    Last year 29 stores and professional businesses decorated, served goodies and greeted customers with many holiday special offers. “We’ve added more twinkling lights and a professional lighting company will make the downtown shine even brighter,” says Chip Thullbery, Council president. “Stores will be open until 8 p.m. so you can do all your holiday shopping. Our goal is to keep our downtown alive by showing people everything our great merchants have to offer.”

    Food will be available for purchase at the Arcade Coffee and Sandwich Shoppe, Lincoln Café, the Peanut Shack concession stand and WTF Concessions food truck.

    Arabella Decker’s Caspian horses will delight children as they enjoy free carriage rides and then get to visit Santa and Mrs. Claus along with their elves.

    Jazz performers Charlie “Topp” Hines and Randy Corinthian will perform along with fiddler Catherine Price at various locations throughout the evening. Entertainment also will be provided by the Lake Wales Chorale, Lake Wales Brass, choirs and others.

    Known as the City of Bells, Lake Wales will be decorated with mache bells created from recycled paper by the Lake Wales High School art club and classes along with elementary schools.

    “This is a grass-roots effort that unites the entire community to make beauty out of simple materials. The celebration belongs to everyone,” says Connor, about the artists and performers who are donating their time and talent.

    Make It Magical is made possible through the generosity of the following sponsors: Bell & Associates CPA Firm; Citizens Bank & Trust; Duke Energy; Family Elder Law, Jason Penrod; Lake Wales News; Lake Wales Chamber of Commerce; Lori Draper’s Furniture; Main Street; Pat Cain Wealth Solutions/Raymond James; Peterson & Myers Law Firm; Polk State College; Jack and Amy Dykxhoorn; and an anonymous donor.

    Visit www.lakewalesartscouncil.org, www.facebook.com/LakeWalesArtsCouncil or call 863-676-8426 for more information.

    About the Lake Wales Arts Council: The mission of the Lake Wales Arts Council is to build a community where art and culture thrive, enriching the lives of people. Its vision is to create a vibrant cultural arts destination. The Lake Wales Chorale chorus will perform "Songs of the Season: Joy and Wonder" at 7 p.m. on Dec. 12 at the Polk State Lake Wales Arts Center. Tickets: $15 adults; $5 students. Headquartered in the Polk State Lake Wales Arts Center, 1099 Hwy. 60, Lake Wales, Fla. 33853, the Council is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Contact 863-676-8426, or email info@lw-arts.org for more information.



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