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Florida Ecology

October 1, 2009

Florida is replete with natural scenery, despite the large population of people and the big cities. All one needs to do is do some local travel through Florida, and you’ll feel like you’re in another place and time… you can see Florida before it became a popular living and tourist destination.

One such place is the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, just east of Titusville. This huge place to experience Florida ecology is composed of approximately 140,000 acres, where you’ll see over 500 types of animals (including some that are endangered) and over 1000 plant species.

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The Sarasota Craft Show

October 1, 2009

sarasota-craft-show-1Sarasota, FL (July 29, 2009) – The Sarasota Craft Show (sarasotacraftshow.com), a new event that will feature a juried selection of highly regarded artists from across the county, demonstrations by artists and entertainment will be held Dec. 4 – 6 at the Sarasota Bradenton International Convention Center.
Richard and Joanna Rothbard, directors of the Slate Hill, N.Y.-headquartered American Art Marketing (www.americancraftmarketing.com), will independently manage the new Sarasota Craft Show. The Rothbards, who own An American Craftsman galleries in New York, Savannah, Ga. and Stockbridge, Ma., have previously produced successful arts and crafts fairs in the Northeast including the Berkshires Art Festival held earlier this month.

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