Sunsets at Selby

Sunsets at Selby

We Heard You Sarasota! Selby Gardens to Offer Extended Evening Hours for Limited Time Only.

Members, $10; Non-members, $12; Children 11 and under, free
Groups of 10 or more – $10 per person

October 8, October 22

Themed nights for social and after-work gathering feature craft beer tastings, wine walks, tapas food samples and spontaneous entertainment offerings. Come listen to the sounds of lively music while drinking in a peaceful vista of sailboats and schooners gliding gracefully along the shoreline.

Ringling International Arts Festival

Ringling International Arts Festival  Oct 15 – Oct 18

Four Days of Music, Dance & Theater

Enjoy the entire day at The Ringling. In between stage performances and museum tours, you will discover lite-bites, libations, and lively conversations at our Gatehouse Gatherings or Jazz Sunsets.  Enjoy free Admission to The Ringling throughout the Festival with your performance ticket.

Website:  http://www.ringling.org/events/series/ringling-international-arts-festival

Northern Italian Wine Dinner

Northern Italian Wine Dinner, Michael’s On East Restaurant
August 26th, 2014 from 7-10pm for $95

Michael’s On East: 1212 S. East Ave. Sarasota, FL 34239

Michael’s Wine Cellar will take you on an exploration of Northern Italy and the wines of Tuscany and Piedmont regions with a dinner created to delight your senses and tantalize your tastebuds. Five courses and eight wines with lead you through the beautiful flavors associated with these regions. Wines of the evening will be: Sparkling “Brut”, Bruno Giacosa, Piedmont, IT, 2006 Roero Arneis, Bruno Giacosa, Piedmont, IT, 2012 Chardonnay “Albizza”, Marchesi de’Frescobaldi, Tuscany, IT, 2012 Dolcetto d’Alba, Bruno Giacosa, Alba, IT, 2012 Chianti “Castig”, Marchesi d’Frescobaldi, Chianti, IT, 2012 Nebbiolo d’Alba, Bruno Giacosa, Alba, IT, 2012 Red Blend “Luce”, Marchesi d’Frescobaldi, Tuscany, IT, 2011 Moscato “Ben Rye”, Donnafuagate, Sicily, 2011

Dinner for Two at L’Europe

Romantic Night Out Every Night of the Week

Our RSVP Dinner for Two offers a choice of appetizer and entrée, and a bottle of select wine for only $69.95 per couple.

Enjoy a delicious menu featuring some of the legendary L’Europe’s most popular dishes served over the past 41 years including: Escargot, Lobster Bisque, Duck “Aux Airelles”, Veal Piccata, and Petite Filet Mignon. To see the full menu, please visit our website at cafeleurope.net.

As an added bonus, for those who dine with us before 6 pm, couples will receive a select dessert to share. Dinner for Two is not available on Friday and Saturday from 6 to 8:30 pm.

To make reservations call 941-388-4415.

Café L’Europe
431 St. Armands Circle, Sarasota, FL 34236
941-388-4415 | cafeleurope.net

Siesta Key Drum Circle

Siesta Key Drum Circle this weekend!

The community drum circle at Siesta Key Beach plays every Sunday in Sarasota, about 1 hour before sunset, just south of the main pavilion between lifeguard stands 3 and 4 on Siesta Public Beach. Just follow your ears. This is not a commercial event but local phenomenon that began spontaneously and now has a life of its own.

Seeing the Unseen Exhibit, The Ringling

Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. (open until 8 p.m. every Thursday)

Admission: Adult $25; Senior 65+ $23; Student 18+ with ID $5; Child 6-17 $5; Child 5 and under free; Florida teacher with ID $10; active military $10.

This exciting exhibition features photographic and video works by famous living Chinese artists. Reflecting art innovations of our media age, their works provide a fresh view of the changing cultural landscape in China. Unlike their predecessors, these new-generation artists are even bolder in applying new concepts and technology to record the inspiring moments veiled in daily life, and in creating startling and unexpected scenes. Performance and visual tricks are smartly incorporated into their works to create impressive visual and mental experiences, providing the opportunity for viewers to meditate on the invisible. The artists in the exhibition, including Cao Fei, Li Wei, Wang Qingsong, and Miao Xiaochun, explore their individual approaches, subjects, and styles, while mixing aesthetic ideas, cultural expressions, and commercial inspiration. Individually and as a group, they use art photography and video to tackle issues of identity and experience, youth culture and urban development, history and memory, and the conflicts of tradition and commercialization in contemporary China.