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"For many folks this will be our first chance to talk in person."

- Rep. Fiona McFarland, R-Sarasota
 

-This stunning black and white photo of an orchid titled
[Politics]  McFarland, Reich Bring Different Spins on Freedom
Jacob Ogles, jacob.ogles@srqme.com

With the primary season closed, attention could focus on a routinely swingy state House district in Sarasota. State Rep. Fiona McFarland this year faces Democrat Derek Reich in House District 73.

McFarland won the seat in 2020, flipping the open seat red after taking 54.6% of the vote to Democrat Drake Buckman’s 45.4%. She’s confident the work done over her first two years in office warrants re-election.

“I’m looking forward to the campaign and hearing from my constituents about how I can best represent them next session,” McFarland said. “I have some new geography in my district due to redistricting, so their perspective and voices will be important to hear. The campaign in 2020 was so unique due to COVID, so for many folks this will be our first chance to talk in person.”

She’ll have plenty to talk about from her fight for data privacy to various business protections passed during the pandemic.

Of course, Reich plans to focus on other parts of the record for McFarland and the Republican-controlled Legislature. A teacher at Sarasota High School, Reich took particular offense as a House budget that at one point planned to deny $12 million for the Sarasota County Schools over a disagreement on a School Board mask mandate. But he sees a variety of stances taken by House leadership that fly in the face of the “free state of Florida” message espoused.

“This race is about one thing: freedom versus authoritarianism,” he said. “I am the freedom candidate. I am pro-freedom. I am proudly pro-choice and believe every woman has the freedom to control her own body.”

He plans to run against a 15-week abortion ban with no rape or incest exceptions passed by the Legislature with McFarland’s support. He will also run against legislation allowing outside individuals to challenge school instructional materials. “The Governor took away parental rights,” he said, again countering the characterization Gov. Ron DeSantis uses for his education policies. “He took away my mother’s ability to decide what her 16-year-old and 17-year-old at North Port High School will read.”

Democrats hope voters will be receptive. This is a district where Republicans Donald Trump barely came out ahead in the 2020 presidential election, winning 49.7% of the vote to Democrat Joe Biden’s 49.34%.

But it’s also a race where McFarland as an incumbent boasts far greater than Reich has collected thus far as a first-time candidate. Through Aug. 26, the Republican raised $187,515 to the Democrat’s $31,093.

 

  

Photo: Fiona McFarland, Derek Reich

[Realize Bradenton ]  The Blues Sound Better in Bradenton!

The Blues Sound Better in Bradenton!

The 11th annual Bradenton Blues Festival Weekend, presented by NDC Construction Company, is back at the Bradenton Riverwalk Pavilion Friday, December 2 and Saturday, December 3, 2022, with an outstanding lineup of talented Blues musicians on the big stage. Musicians performing at this year’s Festival, include: Ana Popovich, Albert Castiglia, Mike Zito, Nora Jean Wallace, Dustin Arbuckle and the Damnations, Lady A, and more! While enjoying the amazing music, you can also purchase beer and wine, delicious food, local arts and crafts, and cool festival merchandise.

In addition to bringing people together and fostering a healthy economy, enriching the community is another goal of the Bradenton Blues Festival. Proceeds from the Bradenton Blues Festival support Realize Bradenton’s youth, art, and music programs that are free to the community, including our Blues in the Schools program. “Blues in the Schools” introduces high school students to successful Blues musicians in order to inspire their creativity and ignite their dreams.

The Bradenton Blues Festival is produced by Realize Bradenton, a nonprofit organization that brings people together to create a vibrant and prosperous downtown area for residents, visitors, and businesses.

Purchase tickets at BradentonBluesFestival.org. 

Click here to learn more

[Staff Announcement]  SVN Commercial Advisory Group Promotes Jake LaFemina to Advisor

SVN Commercial Advisory Group announces the promotion of Jake LaFemina to the role of Advisor. A graduate of San Diego State University, LaFemina has advanced to this position less than two years after starting his commercial real estate career as an Associate Advisor. This marks only the second time in the firm’s history a person new to the industry has earned this promotion in such short order.

LaFemina attributes his rapid success to both a willingness to learn and the encouragement of his office colleagues. “I showed up every day, kept my ears open and had an open mind,” said LaFemina, who completed a real estate degree in 2020. “And from day one, everyone in the office has done nothing but lift me up and tell me I can do it.” Since starting with SVN Commercial Advisory Group, LaFemina has worked on the closing of more than two dozen deals, with several more set to close in the coming months.

A Sarasota native, LaFemina pursued his education in California and returned to Florida to participate in the office’s internship program. Every year, SVN Commercial Advisory Group selects four or five college students – often business and real estate majors – to spend time in the office and get acquainted with the business. 

[Staff Announcement]  Rapid Mortgage Announces Jamie Black As Director of Business Development

Rapid Mortgage, a mortgage company based in Cincinnati, Ohio launches a Sarasota office.  Regional Manager Greg Nolte and Branch Manager Rick Vega have brought on Jamie Black as their Director of Business Development. Jamie is well known in the real estate and mortgage circles here locally as a mortgage advisor.   

[Staff Announcement]  Sarasota County Names New Director of Communications

Jamie Carson has been named Sarasota County's Director of Communications, a role that continues her 23 years in the communications field, including the past nine years with the county. In her most recent position as Communications Manager, Carson oversaw the department’s Creative Services and Media Relations divisions. She also served as a lead public information officer (PIO) for the county’s joint information center, coordinating emergency communications efforts with local and regional PIOs and developed and implemented a nationally recognized crisis communication plan for the county’s COVID-19 vaccine registration efforts.

As the Director of Communications, Carson will also be responsible for the county’s 311 and Welcome Center operations, as well as the department’s Public Records division. According to Sarasota County Administrator Jonathan Lewis, Carson’s experience and expertise help ensure a seamless transition for the county’s communications department, following the retirement of previous director Donn Patchen.

“Jamie is the natural choice to lead our Communications Department with the critical task of informing and engaging with the community,” Lewis said. “She has a passion for public service, which she’s demonstrated across her entire career.”

Carson previously served in the U.S. Army as a public affairs specialist and photojournalist, earning multiple military commendations and awards for excellence in journalism. In Fort Lee, Va., she served at the U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command, known as the Army’s sustainment, think-tank, and premier learning institution. As a Public Affairs and Marketing Specialist at Beckley Battalion in Richmond, Va., Carson supervised activities and programs for more than 23 military offices across two states. 

[Affordable Housing]  Manatee County Teams With Florida Housing Coalition on Affordable Housing Solutions

Manatee County is teaming with the Florida Housing Coalition to help build affordable housing and provide opportunities for mission-based organizations and minority-owned or led businesses to participate in this process. County staffers are participating in a special training program—called Support and Connect—through the Coalition and Fifth Third Bank. The goal is to provide best practices in disposition of public land for affordable housing with an emphasis on supplier diversity. In this inaugural year of the program, participants are receiving the training and technical assistance at no cost.

“This is an important program, which will help Manatee County address the affordable housing crisis,” said Manatee County Administrator Scott Hopes. “This will help ensure more robust participation, increasing the contribution of all stakeholders to meeting our local housing needs.”

Training and technical assistance will be provided over the next several months to provide systematic improvement in processes and procedures, increasing housing production while addressing barriers to participation often faced by minority developers and nonprofits. Ultimately, it is anticipated that more housing will be produced by local businesses, providing opportunities to residents and building wealth within the local community.

“It’s a win-win for Manatee County,” said Dr. Hopes. 

[Staff Announcement]  Sarasota Art Museum Announces New Senior Director of Business Operations

Sarasota Art Museum is pleased to announce the appointment of Christina Fraser as its Senior Director of Business Operations starting this Friday. “We welcome Christina as we continue evolving to achieve our mission,” said Virginia Shearer, executive director of Sarasota Art Museum. “Christina is a great team player with a powerful collaborative spirit and a deep interest and commitment to this community and to the future of Sarasota Art Museum.” With more than 13 years of professional experience at arts and higher education institutions including The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art and New College of Florida, Fraser has in-depth experience in managing resources, personnel, and operations, and leading cross-departmental teams to achieve common institutional goals. As a museum professional, she bridges creative, financial, and operational areas through her expertise in finance administration, marketing, public engagement and events, facilities management, and public safety. Fraser holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of South Florida. The Senior Director of Business Operations is a newly created leadership position responsible for managing the Museum’s operating budget and revenue generating programs, leading a variety of special projects including institutional publications, overseeing major digital infrastructure initiatives, and implementing long-term financial planning. 

Christina Fraser, Senior Director of Business Operations at Sarasota Art Museum. Daniel Perales, Sarasota Art Museum

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[Grant]  Education Foundation of Sarasota County Announces Bank of America Grant to Support Greater Student Access to Resources

The Education Foundation of Sarasota County recently received a $15,000 grant from Bank of America to help fund programs that provide Sarasota County students with greater access to individualized resources and opportunities that help them prepare a plan for their lives after high school. The Education Foundation’s Student Success Program vision is to provide all students with the expert college and career advising, mentoring, and access to building relationships that will help them identify and successfully pursue education, career, and life goals after high school.

Jennifer Vigne, Education Foundation president and CEO, noted that the 1:378 ratio of school counselors to high school students in district schools makes it challenging for students, especially underserved students, to access the individualized advising that is vital in helping young people formulate life plans.

“Our aim is to expand our active outreach of low-income, minority, and first-generation college students in order to create life-changing educational opportunities and connections that will help bridge the gap and equip more students with the tools and resources they need to succeed. Bank of America’s grant will help us directly address this challenge in numerous ways, chiefly in helping us focus on the unique needs of underserved youth and provide direct support to help them develop a plan and access community relationships and resources that make a difference,” Vigne said.

The expanded initiative will be based at LaunchPad4U, the foundation’s innovative community resource site that also offers college-career advising, mentoring for at-risk students, and other focused student support services. 

[Partnership]  Lighthouse Vision Loss Education Center Partners with Samaritan Counseling

Lighthouse Vision Loss Education Center has been awarded a $30,000 grant from the Community Foundation of Sarasota County to provide mental health counseling services to its clients. In conjunction with Samaritan Counseling Services of the Gulf Coast, this new program will offer support for those who have significant vision loss or are blind. Services will include individual counseling along with small group sessions.

“Loss of eyesight can have a devastating effect on anyone,” said Lisa Howard, CEO of Lighthouse Vision Loss Education Center. “Navigating a new world that includes impaired vision can lead to further feelings of helplessness and isolation. We welcome this new partnership with Samaritan and look forward to helping our clients cope with the challenges vision loss entails.”

“We are blessed to work with this population helping them find hope and peace in their lives,” said John Gregory, Community Care Director for Samaritan Counseling. “Our counselor reports clients are expressing positive comments and results. Some are moving forward by starting new things in their lives, resuming relationships, and exploring work opportunities. Many have expressed they are able to have a life again as they are learning to look at things from a different perspective.”

Funds for this initiative were granted through the Community Foundation’s Equity and Access program to support projects that promote equity and access to services amongst populations who face systemic barriers in our community. These grants are an opportunity for the Community Foundation to partner with organizations who are focusing on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Access in local, direct service work. 

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[Wellness]  Water’s Edge of Bradenton’s 5th Annual Wellness Expo at Water's Edge of Bradenton

Water’s Edge of Bradenton has announced that their 5th Annual Wellness Expo will be held on Thursday, October 20. The expo will be in the Town Hall at their recently renovated senior living community at 2015 32nd Ave W, Bradenton, FL 34205. This interactive event is free to the public and with over 40 local Health & Wellness participating vendors! The event features free health screenings, hands-on demonstrations, informational wellness materials, local physicians & health resources, free gifts, shopping opportunities, lunch (donation), and much more. All proceeds benefit the Philanthropy Program at Water’s Edge of Bradenton, a non-profit organization. Thank you to our major sponsors, Southwest Florida Home Care and Home Helpers Home Care of Bradenton.

  

For more on Water's Edge.



[Culture City]  Life In Motion
Dylan Campbell, dylan@srqme.com

LIFE IN MOTION | Sarasota raised and Los Angeles based artist Christian Sampson specializes in color-light projection.

Learn more about Sampson's life in motion through this link, our social media, or in the September edition of SRQ Magazine! 

[SOON]  THEATER: Urbanite Theatre: Mr. Yunioshi , September 7 – September 11, Varied

MR. YUNIOSHI Written, Directed and Performed by J. Elijah Cho. A Limited Engagement. September 7 - 11, 2022. Urbanite Theatre. What compels an actor to play a character that they probably shouldn't? In this side splitting roast, J. Elijah Cho cleverly answers that question by exploring Mickey Rooney's infamous yellowface performance of Mr. Yunioshi in Breakfast at Tiffany's. For tickets and info contact - phone (941) 321-1397, email info@urbanitetheatre.com, website www.urbanitetheatre.com

Urbanite Theatre , 1487 2nd Street Sarasota FL, 34236

[SOON]  DANCE: Bailando at The Bay: Dance Lessons , September 7, 6:30pm-9pm

Learn a variety of Latin dance styles that are suitable for beginners or advanced dancers. September 7th feature Bachata! Fred Astaire Dance Studios partners with The Bay to offer this new dance series! Enjoy learning a variety of Latin dance styles that are suitable for beginners and advanced dancers. Dance lessons will take place from 6:30-7:15pm, and then practice your skills at a dance party hosted by DJ Nando from 7:30-9pm. Dance style focus on September 7th: Bachata! Location Van Wezel Terrace 777 North Tamiami Sarasota, FL 34236

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: The Players Centre: Side by Side by Sondheim , September 8 – September 18, Varied

Join The Players in their 93rd Season with Six That Matter – shows that explore finding purpose, the universal desire to live a life that matters, to fully appreciate aspiration. Be it finding true love, sacrificing it all, a life of devotion, cultivating artistry, finding fame, each of these unforgettable shows- important in their own genres, are celebrations of greatness, of striving for more, that will make memories, sparking feelings of joy- of what being alive fully means. Side by Side by Sondheim is a revue that celebrates the wit and genius of musical theatre’s most influential artist, who searched for what it means to be alive. Get ready to laugh, cry and fall in love with lyrics that are heartbreakingly true and music that captures the soaring emotions of a new generation with Side by Side by Sondheim. Simple and unpretentious, this Tony Award-winning musical is a perfect introduction to the work of this contemporary master and a must for diehard fans. September 8th-18th, 2022. For tickets visit theplayers.org, Ph. 941-365-2494, email BoxOffice@ThePlayers.org

The Players Centre For Performing Arts, Performance Venue & Box Office The Crossings at Siesta Key 3501 South Tamiami Trail, Suite 1130 Sarasota, FL 34239

[SOON]  SPORTS: WBSC U-18 Baseball World Cup , September 9 – September 18

The World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) and host USA Baseball revealed the new dates for the next WBSC U-18 Baseball World Cup, with the 30th edition of the youth world championship to take place from 9 to 18 September 2022 in Sarasota and Bradenton, Florida. The elite international tournament will be played at Sarasota’s Ed Smith Stadium and Bradenton’s LECOM Park, the respective Spring Training homes of the Baltimore Orioles and the Pittsburgh Pirates of Major League Baseball (MLB). The XXX WBSC U-18 Baseball World Cup will include 12 national teams, whose rosters will feature the best youth players in their respective countries.

Ed Smith Stadium and LECOM Park

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Venice Theatre: God's Country , September 9 – September 25, Varied

God's Country by Steven Dietz. A riveting, highly theatrical docudrama about those dedicated to revolution against the U.S. government and the expulsion from "God's Country" of non-Aryans. Three narrative spines are skillfully interwoven in this thought-provoking, unsettling, and challenging fare that examines America’s dark soul, and asks, “What can/should we do about it?” * Includes violent and graphic images, adult language and heavy adult themes. Audience discretion advised. September 9th-25th, 2022. For more information visit venicetheatre.org, Ph. 941.488.1115, email info@venicetheatre.net

Venice Theatre, 140 Tampa Ave. W Venice, FL 34285 (The Box Office is currently closed for walk-up business)

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Florida Studio Theatre Improv: Thank You For Being A Friend , September 10, 7:30pm

FST Improv Presents: Thank You For Being A Friend on Saturday, September 10 at 7:30pm. Thank You For Being A Friend is a unique blend of stories and games in which actors improvise two half-hour episodes of an original sitcom which the audience will help create! Complete with improvised commercials and theme song, Thank You For Being A Friend captures the essence of television’s most beloved genre. As television plummets down to the extent where most is reality TV and less that a third of all new Sitcoms make it to its tenth episode, FST Improv promises to take you back to a time and place where "Everyone knows your name". That's what we're talking about Willis!

Florida Studio Theatre's Bowne's Lab

[SOON]  FILM: MOTE MARINE: International Ocean Film Festival , September 10, 3pm & 7pm


On Sept. 10, Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium invites you to view a selection of imaginative, inspiring and award winning films presented in partnership with the International Ocean Film Festival. Two showing times are available (matinee & evening) for this family friendly event. Cost: $8 for Mote Member tickets, $10 for Early Bird Tickets (now through Sept. 1) and $12 for Regular Tickets (Sept. 1 through Sept. 10 at the door). Be inspired by the work of award winning filmmakers as you immerse yourself in vibrant images and creative storytelling. Doors will open 30 minutes prior to the showing and concessions will be available from the Deep Sea Diner. Both showings take place in the WAVE Center attached to Mote Aquarium, 1600 Ken Thompson Parkway, Sarasota, Florida. 

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Florida Studio Theatre: The Jersey Tenors: Part II , July 19 – September 11, Varies.

Back with a new show, this opera/rock mash-up sensation blends iconic opera classics with Rock & Roll hits from artists like Queen, Journey, and Elton John, along with the songs from Jersey’s finest—Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons and Bon Jovi. From Frank Sinatra to Figaro, hear The Tenors’ original arrangements of songs celebrating artists from the stage to the screen, including “Walk Like A Man,” “Your Song,” “That’s Life,” “Eye of the Tiger,” “Bohemian Rhapsody,” and many more. The Jersey Tenors: Part II, created and conceived by Brian Noonan, will play beginning July 19, 2022 in FST's Goldstein Cabaret. Run Time is 70 minutes with a 15-minute intermission.

Florida Studio Theatre's Goldstein Cabaret

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: The Artful Giraffe: Sunday Funday , September 11, 11am-3pm

Join us the 2nd Sunday every month for Sunday Fundays! IT'S GOING TO BE AN ARTFUL GOOD TIME! Outdoor Market, Activities, Live Music, Food Trucks, Raffles & More! Support local artists and businesses in the Historic Downtown District. Tap into your creative side and browse through a vast collection of fine art and handmade one-of-a-kind gifts! From shopping to creating you can unleash your inner artist with ceramic painting and other fun activities. Portion of proceeds donated to local charities and organizations. Sun, September 11, 2022 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM EDT At The Artful Giraffe 1861 Fruitville Road Sarasota, FL 34236. To Book a Sunday Funday VIP Ticket (All Ages, 4hr -$40) visit artfulgiraffe.com

 

The Artful Giraffe , 1861 Fruitville Road Sarasota, FL 34236

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Florida Studio Theatre Improv: We're Doomed , August 13 – September 24, 7:30pm

FST Improv Presents: We're Doomed Beginning August 13 on Saturdays at 7:30pm. In a world where blockbusters come and go, FST Improv entertains with an unforgettable, original, and fully improvised motion picture! The cast of We’re Doomed will perform an improvised horror movie based on a title provided by the audience! We’ll leave the fancy equipment behind as we use unique staging, special effects and onstage acrobatics to recreate the excitement and magic of the silver screen. You’ll even get to see improvised previews of upcoming attractions.

Florida Studio Theatre's Bowne's Lab

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: ELLING EIDE CENTER: Two Streams of Poetry in the Vietnamese Tradition , September 8, 11am

Two great streams flow within the long history of Vietnamese poetry, two tributaries or aquifers that nourish its culture and, sometimes, its politics. The older, native poetry called ca dao is more than a thousand years old. It is an oral poetic tradition and is sung but not written. Mr. Balaban’s talk will describe how these two kinds of poetry, sometimes flowing together, have influenced Vietnamese culture. Thursday, September 8 at 11:00am ET (attend in person or online) $30 to attend in-person lecture (per person) $20 – Reception add-on (per person who attend in-person lecture & reception) info@ellingoeide.org (941) 921-4304

Elling Eide Center , 8000 South Tamiami Trail Sarasota, FL 34231

[SOON]  SCIENCE AND NATURE: MOTE MARINE: Meet the Women of Mote , September 14 – October 7, Varied

MEET THE WOMEN OF MOTE This year, we are celebrating what would have been the 100th birthday of  Mote’s founding director, Dr. Eugenie Clark. Thanks to her amazing legacy, many women have followed in her wake. This fall, we introduce you to the marine science educators, researchers, and ocean explorers that we call "The Women of Mote".  You’ll learn about their journeys, career challenges, and their incredible accomplishments impacting marine environments in our own backyard and around the globe. We hope you'll join us- and find yourself inspired- as we celebrate these talented and pioneering women during the second season of Women of Mote. The three-part series will include two virtual events, and one hybrid event held in the WAVE Center at Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium while being broadcast to our virtual audience. Sept. 14 and 21 and one hybrid event Oct. 7. More event details can be found at mote.org/womenofmote

Mote Marine , 1600 Ken Thompson Parkway, Sarasota, Florida.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Venice Theatre: The Revolutionists , September 16 – October 2, Varied

The Revolutionists by Lauren Gunderson. Four bodacious women lose their heads (literally) in this irreverent, women-centered tragicomedy set during the French Revolution. This witty, thought-provoking, raucously funny adventure was inventively conceived by one of today’s most-produced American playwrights. * Includes adult language/themes. Audience discretion advised. September 16-October 2, 2022. Tickets Adult $29 College/Educator $21 Youth $15 For more information visit venicetheatre.org, Ph. 941.488.1115, email info@venicetheatre.net 

Venice Theatre, 140 Tampa Ave. W Venice, FL 34285 (The Box Office is currently closed for walk-up business)

[SOON]  BUSINESS: Amore Restaurant Extends Savor Sarasota Promotion to December , June 1 – December 18

Amore Restaurant has decided to extend Savor Sarasota Menu through December 18th (not combined with any other offer and, not available on special occasions). Savor Sarasota is a 3 course menu dinner for $35.00 per person. The restaurant offers a Portuguese and an Italian menu. They are open Wednesday through Sunday from 5 to 9PM. Fridays and Sundays 5 to 9:30pm. With indoor and outdoor seating available. Easy and free parking. Menu can be viewed here:https://www.amorelbk.com/savor-sarasota/

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Van Wezel: Friday Fest 2022 , June 17 – September 16, 5pm

The Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall Friday Fest events are our outdoor concert series that provide the community with 4 entertaining and FREE events from June to September, showcasing the best of local bands from Sarasota and Bradenton. Friday Fest brings together a wide variety of talented artists along with food trucks and drink stations on the Van Wezel lawn along the beautiful Sarasota Bayfront. Our Friday Fest lineup includes: Yesterdayze - June 17, Kettle of Fish - July 15, Big Night Out - August 12, and Jah Movement - September 16 at 5pm. 

Van Wezel

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