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Sarasota Florida Attractions & Entertainment

Sarasota Ballet
Box Office 941-315-8000
or 800-361-8388
5555 North Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34243
Phone: 941/359-0099
 
Sarasota Balletfounder Jean Weidner’s dream was to establish a professional ballet company that would be the pride of Sarasota. Now, twenty years later, her vision has blossomed through the seasons into an exceptional company of dancers with great talent and artistry.
Asolo Repertory Theatre
Box Office:
941-351-8000 or 800-361-8388
5555 North Tamiami Trail
Sarasota, Florida 34243
Administration
phone: 941-351-9010
fax: 941-351-5796

Florida West Coast Symphony Inc.
Box Office: 941-953-3434
709 North Tamaiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34236
T: 941-953-4252 F:941 953-3059
 
HISTORY

Founded in 1949, the Florida West Coast Symphony is the oldest continuing orchestra in the state of Florida.
 
It all began in the fall of 1948 when Ruth Cotton Butler, a Sarasota music teacher, imagined how satisfying it would be to have an orchestra in her own community. She enlisted the support of businessmen Dr. W.D. Sugg and J. Lorton Francis of Bradenton; and George Gibbs, an amateur musician from Venice. Their combined tenacity produced the debut concert of the Florida West Coast Symphony on March 12, 1949.  
Under the direction of its first conductor, Alexander Bloch, the Orchestra grew at an astonishing rate and demonstrated its commitment to community service by quickly establishing a youth scholarship fund in 1951 and initiating public school Children’s Concerts in 1953. Even more remarkably, by 1955 the then Florida West Coast Symphony could claim to be the first community orchestra in the country to own a building.

 

The Friends of the Festival sell specially designed items as mementos of your musical experience.  

These items may be purchased one-hour prior to concerts at the event venue. Come prepared to take a piece of Sarasota home with you!




Marina Jack - Restaurant This is a must visit while staying anywhere near Sarasota Florida

Marina Jack introduces unparalleled dining in a spectacular facility.
Banquet Facilities.
Dinner Boat
. Marina JackII. Charter Boats ...
941-365-4232

Marina Jack Water, Boats, Casual or formal fine dining and spectacular Florida sunsets. It can't be beat!

 

 

Diversified watersport rentals featuring new 3-seater waverunners, aqua cycles, kayaks, tandem kayaks, paddleboats and small sailboats. Fun for the entire family. 16 years of experience. Emphasis on safety. Not only a great experience, but also a lifetime of memories.
Kayaks, Paddleboats, Sail Boats, Surf Bikes
5 Bayfront Drive (Adjacent to Oleary's Grill)
Sarasota, Fl. 34236
941-724-4SKI (4754)
 
$10 OFF 1-Hour Waverunner Rental
Coupon good Monday - Thursday only. No holidays.
5 Bayfront Dr. • 941-366-SAIL
 Coupon printed from Sunny Day Guide online.

Sarasota Boat Rental
2 Marina Plaza
Sarasota, Fl. 34236
941-951-0550


O'leary's Tiki Bar & Grill - This is another MUST VISIT while visiting anywhere near Sarasota

O’leary’s Tiki Bar & Grill                                                                                                           Photo by Gene


Come to O’leary’s Tiki Bar & Grill to relax with great food overlooking sparkling views of Sarasota Bay! Located in Island Park on Sarasota’s Downtown Bayfront, Oleary’s is open daily for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.5 Bayfront Drive
Sarasota, Florida 34236
Restaurant : 941-953-7505

 

O’leary’s Tiki Bar & Grill Don't miss it!!!



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The best source for all things Sarasota. Subscribe to our weekly e-mail newsletter to get updates on events. You can also Become a fan on Facebook.
 

ThisWeek, Inc. provides innovative and highly effective creation and distribution of media content to a local community. Our goal is to connect a local or tourist to a community directly through internet, television, multi-media and print.

ThisWeek has innovative products that help businesses leverage the power of combining online distribution and traditional media.


 Oscar Scherer State Park, FL

Florida Scrub-Jays


A large acreage of scrubby flatwoods makes this park one of the best places to see Florida scrub-jays, a threatened species found only in Florida. The park protects scrubby and pine flatwoods that were once widespread throughout Sarasota County. Fifteen miles of trails through these beautiful natural areas provide opportunities for hiking, bicycling, and wildlife viewing.

Florida Gopher Tortoise Close-up


Canoeists and kayakers can paddle along South Creek, a blackwater stream that flows to the Gulf of Mexico. Canoe and kayak rentals are available, but motorized boats are not permitted in the park boundaries.



Florida Roseate Spoonbills


The park nature center has exhibits and videos about the park´s natural communities. Located on U.S. 41, two miles south of Osprey



Oscar Scherer State Park, FL


FOCUS MAGAZINE

 highlighting things that make Southwest Florida unique including entertainment,

Focus Magazine

education, culture, fashion, arts and business in Southwest Florida. 

 

Focus Magazinedelivers a timely insight on many topics from local trends to regional services. It is a must read for the person who enjoys diversity.

Focus Magazine


Myakka River State Park, FL


Florida Alligator

Myakka River State Park is one of Florida's oldest and largest state parks. The "Florida Wild and Scenic Myakka River" flows through 57 square miles of wetlands, prairies and woodlands. Myakka is popular for hiking, fishing, camping, and wildlife observation.


Myakka River




Myakka River Rest Stop