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By Myrtice Scabarozi
Published Nov. 11, 2019 at 7:09 a.m.
Veterans Day

     LEVY COUNTY -- The Log Cabin Quilters met Thursday (Nov. 7) at the Levy County Quilt Museum -- 11050 N.W. 10th Ave. (near Levyville, kind of on the way to Judson on Levy County Road 134 from U.S. Alt. 27).

 

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     Everyone was busy with their own projects. During the winter months, we’ll have two quilts being hand quilted in frames The way the second quilt is being put on the frame is new to us. It will be interesting to see how this system works. It seems like there is always something for me to learn about quilting.
     Ruth stopped by for a visit. It was been quite some time since we’ve seen her. Hope she can join us more often. She brought two totes filled with fabric. Thank you so much for thinking of us.
     Veterans’ Day is Monday (today, Nov. 11). Many of our members have family members that have served or are currently serving in the military. A big thank-you for the service men and women and their families for keeping us safe.
     We will be closed Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 28) and opened the day after Thanksgiving. The Backyard Pickers will be here Saturday, Dec. 7 (Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day). This year is really going by fast and the next few weeks will really fly by. Stay safe and take time for yourself.

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Susie made a pair of matching aprons. Thanks Susie. They look great.

 


Union County defeats
Dixie County 26-22 in nail-biter;

Chiefland Beats Trenton 21-13;
Chiefland Faces Newberry On Nov. 15

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Dixie County quarterback Sam Cannon cuts behind blocker Fitzgerald Warren for a good gain.

By Terry Witt, HardisonInk.com Correspondent
© Nov. 9, 2019 at 11:39 a.m.
     CROSS CITY --
The Union County High School Tigers used their big play offense to defeat the Dixie County High School Bears Varsity Football Team 26-22 in the opening round of the playoffs Friday night (Nov. 8), as teams seek to become the Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) Class 1A State Football Champions.
     In other Tri-County Area action in relation to the FHSAA Class 1A Football playoffs, Chiefland beat Trenton, 21-13 Friday night (Nov. 8). The Chiefland Indians are scheduled on Nov. 15 to play against Newberry Panthers, who had a by-week to start their games in the playoffs. Union County will play against Lafayette County as those two teams move forward in the playoffs after the Nov. 8 games.
     After the Dixie County Bears versus the Union County Tigers game Friday night (Nov. 8), Tiger Coach Kepa Sarduy said his team was relentless in overcoming bad situations and converting them to points against a talented Dixie County team, which the Tigers hadn’t beaten in seven or eight years.
      “This is my first playoff game ever,” Sarduy said. “I was 0-0, and to beat Dixie at Dixie, I don’t care who you are, I don’t care if you’re Madison County, it’s a great thing. They’re a great team. They’re unbelievable, but we got it done.”
     Making the win all the more special was the fact that it was Sarduy’s birthday.
      “It was a heck of a birthday present,” he said.

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Dixie running back Jaydon Malon leans into his turn as he finds a gap in the Union County defense.

     Dixie County Coach L.B. Cravey said his boys fought hard but Union County came out on top.
      “We barely beat them last time. We knew that it was going to be a fight,” Cravey said. “They got seniors on their team and their boys were fighting to keep playing as long as they can just like our boys. It just went their way tonight.”
     Cravey said Dixie County’s fourth quarter fumble that Union County converted to a touchdown was a momentum booster for the Tigers, but he said the difference in the game was Union County’s big plays.
      “We came out with a good game plan. Our boys were fighting hard. We just gave up a lot of big plays. We knew they could make big plays and we had to be disciplined,” Cravey said. “It really came down to not giving up those big plays. Our onside kick; we got them pinned back third and long and they found a way to get a first down. Those really killed us in the end.”
     Cravey said most of his skill players will come back next year, but he is losing most of his offensive line. However, he said with the core of the team returning next season, including his quarterback, they will rebuild.
     Neither of the coaches complained about the extremely wet conditions. It rained for the entire game. Rain is just part of football, but the wet ball resulted in fumbles.

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Union County running back Cortez Slocum rolls out with Dixie County's Easton Locke in hot pursuit and throws to Travon Williams for a touchdown.

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Tiger quarterback Lance Thornton throws a pass to receiver near the sideline for a big gain.

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Union County receiver Allan McClellon catches a pass and is shoved out of bounds by a Dixie County defender.



     Dixie County got off to a bad start when their offense stalled near their own goal line and they were forced to punt. The snap from center sailed over the punter out of the end zone, and resulted in a touchback and two points for Union County.
     Much of the first half was a defensive battle. There wasn’t much scoring, but the scoring drought changed near the end of the first half.
     Dixie County drove from its own 35 to score on a 10-yard run by Fitzgerald Warren with 2:28 left in the second quarter, but a two-point conversion run failed, leaving the score 6-2 in Dixie’s favor.
     Union County returned the favor, driving from its own 40 to score on a run by Tavion Lee with just 1:10 left in the second quarter. The two-point conversion failed.
     The Tigers final score of the second quarter was a halfback pass from Cortez Slocum to Travon Williams. A two-point conversion pass failed.
     Dixie County opened the fourth quarter with a touchdown pass from quarterback Sam Cannon to Kolton Hunt in the corner of the end zone. Hunt was forced to dive for the pass. Cannon threw to Garren White for the two-point conversion.
     The score was tied 14-14 with 11:52 left in the fourth quarter.
     Dixie County scored again with 6:59 left in the game when Cannon broke loose for a 42-yard touchdown run. Cannon ran for the two-point conversion. The Bears led 22 -14.
     Union County refused to quit, driving 50 yards to score on a five-yard touchdown run by Hosea Robinson. The two-point conversion run failed, leaving Dixie County with a 22-20 lead.
     But disaster struck the Bears on the kickoff when the ball was fumbled and Union County recovered at the Dixie County 48. The Tigers quickly drove downfield to score on a five-yard run by Robinson. The two-point conversion failed with 1:02 left in the game. Union County led 26-22.
     The Bears took over at their own 35 after the kickoff. A series of quick passes from Bears quarterback Cannon to his receivers moved the ball quickly to the 19-yard line of Union County with time running out, but the Bears were penalized five yards for a motion penalty on the next play.
     Cannon tossed a pass into the end zone that was broken up by Union County. The final play found Cannon scrambling in his backfield trying to find an open receiver. Every receiver was covered. He was finally corralled and brought down by two Union County defenders.
     The Union County Tigers rushed on the field to celebrate.

 


Terri Harris wins
Ladies Club Championship

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Terri Harris

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By Shirley Meggs, Publicist
Published Oct. 31, 2019 at 10:39 a.m.
     CHIEFLAND --
The Chiefland Women’s Golf League held its annual Ladies Club Championship on Wednesday, Oct. 16, at the beautiful Chiefland Golf and Country Club just four miles west of U.S. Highway 19 on State Road 320 West in Levy County.

     For the fourth year in a row, Terri Harris won the championship when she shot a red-hot round of 77!
     Taking first place in the second flight was Lorraine Hebert and first place in the third flight was Denise Boyle.

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Lorraine Hebert

 


CKAC provides
November workshop schedule

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By Jeff M. Hardison © Oct. 29, 2019 at 9:09 a.m.
     CEDAR KEY --
The November workshop schedule for the Cedar Key Art Center (CKAC) is shown below this story.
     As noted in a story first published in HardisonInk.com weeks ago, CKAC President Bev Ringberg said art workshop schedule updates are available at its website http://www.cedarkeyartscenter.org/.
     "With the understanding that creativity is inherent and vital to the development of humanity, our purpose is to nurture and encourage the arts," the CKAC notes as its mission statement.
     Located at 457 Second St. (upstairs above the Cedar Keyhole Artist Co-op), the Cedar Key Arts Center noted its aims are to:
     • Promote and encourage the arts in our community;
     • Provide, administer and coordinate facilities for the arts; and
     • Promote and provide educational programs in the arts.
     The tax-exempt Cedar Key Arts Center Inc. was founded in 1994, thanks to the creativity, generosity and vision of Catherine Graham Christie
     Christie, a retired Canadian art teacher and multi-talented artist, co-founded the Cedar Key Artist Co-op in 1977 to provide an outlet for creative people in Cedar Key. This cooperative added to the ambiance of historic downtown Cedar Key, making it gain strength from the late 1970s through today as one of Florida's island communities that helps support the fine arts.
     This most art-intensive time for the 2019-2020 season on Cedar Key includes five gallery exhibits.
     In November and December, the Cedar Key Arts Venter is having its 25th Anniversary Exhibit with an opening on Nov. 16 from 5 to 7 p.m.
     In January, with an opening set for Jan. 4 from 5 to 7 p.m., in the Main Gallery, there is Tim Jaeger (Painting); and Dan and Denise Faires (Furniture) – Invitational Exhibit. In the Members Gallery at that time, there are Bill Young’s works (Pen and Ink, and Wood).
     In February, with opening slated for Feb. 1 from 5 to 7 p.m., in the Main Gallery, there is an Open Community Exhibit scheduled with the Theme - In Love with Cedar Key. Entries for this exhibit are due by 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 29. Meanwhile, simultaneously in the Members Gallery, the works of Donna and Jan Bushnell (Jewelry); and Sherry Sicking (Painting) are scheduled to be on display.
     In March, with an opening set for March 7 from 5 to 7 p.m., in the Main Gallery, there are works by Marty Howbert (Metal) and Gerald Horn (Abstract Painting) – Invitational Exhibit. In the Members Gallery at that time, the works of Linda Wilinski (Photography) are scheduled to be seen.
     In April, as the 2019-2020 wraps up in the galleries, with an opening scheduled for April 11 from 5 to 7 p.m., in the Main Gallery, there is the Quilt Art Exhibit – Invitational Curated Show; and in in the Members Gallery at that time, it is the Cedar Key School Fabric Art Exhibit on the agenda for display.

WORKSHOPS
     The 2019-2020 Workshop Schedule, as of Oct. 29, shows opportunities for people to learn something new, sharpen their skills and have fun with art.
     Workshops are planned now in the CKAC in November, December, January, February, March – and one workshop of Sewing Help with Bunny Hand slated for April 6.
     Given the extensive set of workshops over the six-month high season of CKAC Workshops, only the November set is shown below.
     For any workshop, participants are requested to register at Cedar Keyhole (457 Second St., or call 352-543-5801) or register with the artist directly.
     When registering, participants are asked to please be sure to include their full name, email address and phone number so that the CKAC can let them know if anything changes. Participants will notice two different fee schedules. CKAC members enjoy a discount.


 


Visual Artists’ Society
‘Best of the Season’ exhibition
at CF Nov. 14-Dec. 12

By CF Marketing and Public Relations
Published Oct. 24, 2019 at 4:09 p.m.
     OCALA —
The Visual Artists’ Society (VAS) presents the “Best of the Season” exhibition beginning on Nov. 14 at the College of Central Florida Webber Gallery, 3001 S.W. College Road.
      “Best of the Season” will be judged and juried by Janis Brothers, who is a multidisciplinary artist who uses video, installation, sculpture and drawing to explore human experiences.
     Her inspiration comes from the rural environment and her familiarity with loss and death. Through narratives and haunting aesthetics, her art explores the complexity of these universal themes.
     The public is invited to the opening reception and awards ceremony on Thursday, Nov. 14, from 5-7 p.m. The gallery opens at 4 p.m. and the exhibit and reception are free.
     The “Best of the Season” exhibit has always been a favorite of gallery visitors. The theme of this year’s exhibition is “Artist’s Magical Moments.” Members of the Visual Artists’ Society were invited to create works relating to the theme.
     VAS has more than 100 members from all over Marion County and Central Florida including professional and amateur artists, and many of CF’s talented students. VAS exhibits showcase a variety of styles and mediums, including more traditional paintings and photographs, as well as jewelry, sculpture and digital media.
     The exhibit will continue through Thursday, Dec. 12. Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Thursday. The gallery is closed Friday through Sunday and college-observed holidays. For additional information, call 352-873-5809.

 


Appleton to host
'Feast Under the Stars' - Nov. 16

By CF Marketing, Public and Community Relations
Published Oct. 6, 2019 at 11:39 a.m.
     OCALA --
The Appleton Museum of Art, College of Central Florida, will host “Feast Under the Stars,” on Nov. 16, 6-9 p.m.
     In combination with the special exhibition “Across the Atlantic: American Impressionism Through the French Lens," guests are invited to travel back in time to the world of the Impressionists at this one-of-a-kind fine dining experience at the Appleton. They may indulge their senses in the elegance of the scents, flavors and music of the 1890s in this authentically crafted multi-course formal fundraiser dinner, complete with wine pairings and décor of the era. Black tie or era-inspired dress is encouraged.
     Funds from ticket sales and those collected during the event will support the museum’s exhibitions and programs.
     Tickets are $150 for individual or $2,500 for a table of eight. A full table includes eight tickets to visit the exhibition and a bottle of wine hand-selected by Dave Lewis, Republic National Distributing Company. Tickets must be purchased in advance, and are available at: AppletonMuseum.org.


About the Exhibition
     “Across the Atlantic: American Impressionism Through the French Lens” will be on view at the Appleton Museum of Art Nov. 2, 2019-Jan. 5, 2020. This extraordinary exhibition, drawn mostly from the collection of the Reading Public Museum in Reading, Pennsylvania, explores the path to Impressionism through the 19th century in France. More than 65 paintings and works on paper help tell the story of the “new style” of painting that developed at the end of the 19th century — one that emphasized light and atmospheric conditions, rapid or loose brushstrokes, and a focus on brightly colored scenes from everyday life, including both urban and rural settings when artists preferred to paint outdoors and capture changing effects of light during different times of day and seasons of the year.
     Owned and operated by the College of Central Florida, the Appleton Museum of Art is located at 4333 E. Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala, east of downtown on SR 40 (exit 352 east off I-75 or exit 268 west off I-95). Parking is free. For more information, call 352-291-4455.

 


CF presents
‘The Adventures of Pinocchio’
Nov. 22-24 in Ocala

By CF Marketing, Public and Community Relations
Published Oct. 24, 2019 at 5:09 p.m.
     OCALA --
The College of Central Florida’s Theatre and Musical Theatre Department will present “The Adventures of Pinocchio,” Friday and Saturday, Nov. 22-23, starting at 6 p.m. and on Sunday, Nov. 24, at 3 p.m., in the Dassance Fine Arts Center, 3001 S.W. College Road.
     This production, with music and lyrics by Neil Bartram, book by Brian Hill, is directed by Jason Longtin, CF associate professor of Music. The traditional Italian story of a wooden puppet yearning to be a real boy springs to life on the stage.
     Carved out of wood by the lonely toymaker Geppetto, Pinocchio tumbles from one disastrous situation to another in search of adventure only to discover that in the end all he really needs is an unselfish heart and the love of his father. This musical is based on Carlo Collodi’s classic tale. “The Adventures of Pinocchio” is produced by special arrangement with Rodgers and Hammerstein Theatricals, Theatre for Young Audiences.
     Tickets are $12 for adults and $6 for non-students. CF students, faculty and staff are free with CF identification. For tickets and more information, call the CF Box Office at 352-873-5810. The box office is located in lobby of the Fine Arts Center and is open from 1-4 p.m. and an hour before show time.

 


Impressionist paintings from
both sides of the Atlantic
highlighted in new exhibition
at Appleton Museum of Art

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John Singer Sargent (American, 1856-1925), “Man Reading (Nicola d’Inverno),” c. 1904-1908, oil on canvas, Reading Public Museum, Reading, Pennsylvania.

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Published Oct. 3, 3019 at 9:39 p.m.
Updated Nov. 11, 2 019 at 6:49 am..
     OCALA —
The Appleton Museum of Art, College of Central Florida, will present the exhibition “Across the Atlantic: American Impressionism Through the French Lens,” Nov. 2, 2019-Jan. 5, 2020. 

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Mary Heister Reid (Canadian, born in America, 1854-1921), “Hollyhocks,” 1914, oil on canvas, Reading Public Museum, Reading, Pennsylvania.

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Robert Lewis Reid (American, 1862-1929), “Summer Breezes,” c. 1910–1920, oil on canvas, Reading Public Museum, Reading, Pennsylvania.


     This extraordinary exhibition, drawn mostly from the collection of the Reading Public Museum in Reading, Pennsylvania, explores the path to Impressionism through the 19th century in France. The show examines the sometimes complex relationship between French Impressionism of the 1870s and 1880s and the American interpretation of the style in the decades that followed.
     More than 65 paintings and works on paper help tell the story of the “new style” of painting that developed at the end of the 19th century — one that emphasized light and atmospheric conditions, rapid or loose brushstrokes, and a focus on brightly colored scenes from everyday life, including both urban and rural settings when artists preferred to paint outdoors and capture the changing effects of light during different times of day and seasons of the year.
     “Across the Atlantic” will also feature works by artists whose paintings helped pave the pathway to Impressionism such as members of the Barbizon School including Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot and Narcisse Diaz de la Peña. Other French painters whose techniques and subjects paralleled those of the Impressionists like Charles-François Daubigny, Leon-Augustin Lhermitte, and Jean-Charles Cazin will also be examined. Many of these artists practiced painting outdoors, en plein air, a new freedom that the commercial availability of tubed paint and portable easels afforded them.
     Some of the key artists featured in the exhibition include Edgar Degas, Mary Cassatt, Victor Vignon, Albert Lebourg, among others, who exhibited in the official Impressionist exhibitions in Paris in the 1870s and 1880s. Although familiar and beloved by modern audiences in their own time, the Impressionists were thought of as a rather radical alternative to the traditions of academic painting. The progressive group of artists avoided the official, state-funded Salon in Paris and instead decided to exhibit their works in unconventional displays.
     Among the earliest American artists to embrace the style were John Singer Sargent, William Merritt Chase, John Henry Twachtman, Willard Metcalf, Childe Hassam and Frank W. Benson, among others, whose works are included in the exhibition. American collectors and taste-makers were among the first to begin collecting Impressionist paintings.
     A host of American artists, many of whom traveled to France around the turn of the century to continue their studies in fine art, embraced the style. Daniel Garber, Edward Redfield, Robert Spencer, Arthur Watson Sparks, Robert Lewis Reid, William Paxton, Chauncey Ryder, Frederick John Mulhaupt and Guy Wiggins, are highlighted.
     The exhibition is sponsored in part by Marion Cultural Alliance, Fine Arts for Ocala, Florida Division of Cultural Affairs, Art Bridges and CAMPUS USA Credit Union.

Special Events

A Feast Under the Stars, Fundraiser Dinner
Saturday, Nov. 16, 6-9 p.m.

     Travel back in time to the world of the Impressionists at this one-of-a-kind fine dining experience under a starry sky at the Appleton. Indulge your senses in the elegance of the scents, flavors and music of the 1890s in this authentically crafted multi-course formal dinner, complete with wine pairings and décor of the era. Black tie or era-inspired dress is encouraged. Tickets are $150 (individual) and $2,500 (table of eight). Tickets available at AppletonMuseum.org.

After Hours Concert Series: Marina Tucker, Imperial String Quartet
Thursday, Dec. 12, 5-8 p.m.

     Enjoy a virtuoso string quartet made up of members of the Ocala Symphony Orchestra playing era-appropriate waltzes and other selections from the 1800s. $5 for Appleton members; $15 for nonmembers. Tickets available at: AppletonMuseum.org.
     For additional exhibition-related programming and events, visit http://appletonmuseum.org/.
    
Owned and operated by the College of Central Florida, the Appleton Museum of Art is located at 4333 E. Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala, east of downtown on SR 40 (exit 352 east off I-75 or exit 268 west off I-95). Parking is free. For more information, call 352-291-4455.

 

 
FGC Theater announces
adaptation of Charles Dickens’
A Christmas Carol Dec. 5-8

By Stephen Culotti
Florida Gateway College
Public Information Specialist
Published Nov. 12, 2019 at 7:39 p.m.
     LAKE CITY
– This December, Florida Gateway College Theater will present a stage adaptation of “A Christmas Carol” as its winter production.
     The show features more than 35 FGC students and local community members telling Charles Dickens’ classic story of Ebenezer Scrooge and his encounter with the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Christmas Present and Christmas Future.
     Performances will run Dec. 5-8. Show times are as shown below.
Thursday, Dec. 5 at 7 p.m.
Friday, Dec. 6 at 7 p.m.    
Saturday, Dec. 7 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 8 at 2 p.m.

     The production is appropriate for all ages. Tickets are available for purchase online by clicking HERE.


 

Holiday magic at the
Appleton Museum of Art
from Nov. 9 to Jan. 5

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Published Oct. 31, 2019 at 2:49 p.m.
     OCALA, Fla. (Oct. 30, 2019)
— The Appleton Museum of Art, College of Central Florida, will present “A Dickens Christmas: The Urban Family Holiday Exhibition,” Nov. 9-Jan. 5.

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     This annual holiday display adorns the first floor of the museum with themed trees and other holiday decor from the collection of Ocala cardiologist Dr. Paul Urban, his wife, Joyce, and daughters, Katie, Kristie, Kassie and Karlie. In addition to ornately decorated trees, the first floor will feature miniature villages, nutcracker soldiers, caroler dolls and more. On the second floor, there will be trees decorated by community groups and organizations.
     On Saturday, Dec. 7, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. the annual Family Day event offers free admission to enjoy the permanent collection and special exhibitions, including "A Dickens Christmas" and "Across the Atlantic: American Impressionism Through the French Lens," family friendly films in the auditorium, photos with Santa and holiday crafts in the Artspace. From noon-3 p.m., take a horse-drawn carriage ride and enjoy light snacks in the courtyard. Big Lee’s BBQ food truck will be onsite from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
     Looking for the perfect holiday gift? An Appleton membership is truly the gift that gives all year. Multiple membership levels are available to fit the needs of every individual, couple or family. Visit AppletonMuseum.org for membership details. You can also visit the Appleton Store anytime with no admission fee to find unique gifts for all ages including artist-made and vintage jewelry, art books and activities for adults and children, holiday home decor and so much more.
     Owned and operated by the College of Central Florida, the Appleton Museum of Art is located at 4333 E. Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala, east of downtown on SR 40 (exit 352 east off I-75 or exit 268 west off I-95). Parking is free. For more information, call 352-291-4455 or visit AppletonMuseum.org.

 


Music, food and fun slated
to be part of the
Appleton After Hours concerts

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Alpine Express gives an outdoor performance at the Appleton for Oktoberfest. They performed on Oct. 3.

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Published Sept. 10, 2019 at 10:19 a.m.
Updated Oct. 3, 2019 at 9:39 p.m.
     OCALA —
The Appleton Museum of Art, College of Central Florida, announces its 2019-2020 After Hours schedule.
     Everyone is invited to enjoy music, food and fun at this annual series of musical performances.
     The series kicked off in October with an Oktoberfest band, Alpine Express, that entertains audiences with singing, yodeling, audience-participation and more. The high-energy show consists of traditional Oktoberfest music, along with unique folk instruments that may include alphorns, cowbells, the Holzanes G'Lächter (member of the xylophone family) and a singing saw.
     In December, Marina Tucker of Imperial String Quartet will present selections from the 1800s and other era-appropriate music in combination with the special exhibition “Across the Atlantic: American Impressionism Through the French Lens.”
     New to the Appleton’s stage, Chris McNeil will entertain guests in February with Southern influenced guitar-playing and singing.
     Last but not least, the Appleton welcomes back the popular duo Gosia and Ali for a performance in April showcasing the flute, acoustic guitar and vocals.
     Admission is $5 for Appleton members; $15 for nonmembers. Tickets are available at Eventbrite.com or by visiting AppletonMuseum.org. Seating for each event is limited to 250. Doors open at 5 p.m. and music begins at 5:30 p.m. Food service and cash bar ends at 7 p.m. For more information, contact AppletonMuseum@cf.edu.


2019-2020 Concert Schedule
Thursdays, 5-8 p.m.

 
Dec. 12: Marina Tucker, Imperial String Quartet
Feb. 6: Chris McNeil
April 2: Gosia and Ali


     Owned and operated by the College of Central Florida, the Appleton Museum of Art is located at 4333 E. Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala. Parking is free. For more information, call the Appleton Museum of Art at 352-291-4455 or visit http://appletonmuseum.org/.

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