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Largo Community Center to host Festival of the Arts - Art and Floral Competition and Show


Center to host Art, floral show

As part of the two-month long HeART of Pinellas Festival, the Largo Community Center will host the Festival of the Arts - Art and Floral Competition and Show on Friday and Saturday, starting at 10 a.m. both days.

Floral designs, art paintings and painting-inspired floral designs will be judged in their respective categories for a chance to win prizes. Demonstrations will be held on both days, including a painting demonstration by Patrick Gaughan at 1 p.m. on Saturday. Interested artists are invited to participate and the public is invited to check out the show and competition's offerings.

For information, call (727) 518-3131 or visit largocommunity

County wants citizen feedback on budget

With $60 million of reductions needed to balance the next Pinellas County budget, county commissioners are looking for citizen feedback on which services and programs are essential and which can be reduced or eliminated.

A public meeting will be held for residents in mid county from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. March 11 at Osceola Fundamental High School, 9751 98th St. N, Seminole.

For information, visit pinellas or call (727) 464-3000.

Local artists' work to be shown at Largo Library

The Greater Largo Library Foundation will host the Art Hop and Taste Fest, a showcase of local artists and businesses, on March 13.

Tickets are $25 and available at the Greater Largo Library Foundation office, the Largo Public Library and participating businesses. Bus transportation will be provided from Largo Public Library, 120 Central Park Drive, to other stops in Largo's downtown.

A kick-off reception for the event will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday inside the art gallery at the Largo Library.

The reception will include an exhibit of work created by youth artists from area middle and high schools. Reservations for the kick-off reception are required by Friday.

Call (727) 586-7398.

Tickets available for St. Patrick's Day shows

Tickets are on sale for the Largo Cultural Center's St. Patrick's Day program.

Michael Londra of Riverdance will perform two shows at 3 and 7 p.m. on March 17.

The center, 105 Central Park Drive, will offer traditional Irish food, beverages and a cash bar from 5 to 7 p.m.

Cost: $28 VIP; $25 advance; $28 day of show; $23 group of ten or more. Meal tickets are $10.

Call the box office at (727) 587-6793.

Largo Community Center to host Festival of the Arts - Art and Floral Competition and Show 02/20/10 [Last modified: Tuesday, February 23, 2010 11:09am]
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