Fashion Show Saturday March 6th
Saturday March 6th at 7pm at the History Center Downtown Orlando - See superheroes and villains come alive on the runway as talented fashion design students from the International Academy of Design & Technology-Orlando project their fantasies on fashionable bodies. Mingle with contestants and judges at 6 p.m. Fashion show begins at 7 p.m. - Emcee: Dan Williams, Digital Media Production Department Chair, International Academy of Design & Technology; competed as "Parthenon" on the Sci Fi Channel reality show "Who Wants to Be a Superhero?" (season 2) Judges: Sven J. Bode, publisher, Orlando Style Magazine Chris Kirkpatrick, XL 106.7 FM, Douglas J. Nesbitt, photographer - Special Guest Judges: "Project Runway" (season 7) designers from Lifetime's runway-reality hit -- Ben Chmura, contestant from Tampa and Jesse LeNoir from Orlando. For more information please visit www.thehistorycenter.org
South American Cuisine Sizzles This Spring
The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes invites guests to learn from the expertise of The Ritz-Carlton Culinary Team through cooking school sessions. Led by Executive Chef Sean Woods, participants will bring the latest food trends, tips and tricks home to the dining room table. For only one weekend this spring, Friday, March 26 – Sunday, March 28, 2010, the “South American Cuisine” gourmet session will be offered in an exclusive overnight package. This culinary weekend experience is priced at $799 for two people and includes: Accommodations for Friday and Saturday night in a deluxe room · Argentinean Wine Dinner for two at The Vineyard Grill · A cooking class for two, alongside an exclusive group of no more than 20 guests, and Sunday Brunch for two · Overnight valet parking and 4pm late checkout. Availability is limited and advance reservations are required. Price does not include taxes or gratuities. To reserve The Ritz-Carlton, Orlando Weekend Cooking School Session, use code “LOCC” and call 800-576-5760.
Film Sweet Film
Premieres of the best in cutting-edge current cinema; indulgent experiences in food and wine; a blissful mix of industry parties and special events; a star-packed attendee list -- this is the 19th annual Florida Film Festival, which begins Friday, April 9 and continues for 10 days around Central Florida. Produced by Enzian, the Florida Film Festival has become one of the most respected regional film events in the country, developing a reputation for its Southern hospitality amongst visiting artists, special guests, and the local community. VIP Platinum Passes Now Available. For More info please visit www.floridafilmfestival.com.
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