We are excited to announce the Third Annual Indie-FolkFest at the Mennello
Museum of American Art. Last year’s festival drew thousands of festival-goers in celebration of local Florida music, artists, food and community.
The 2017 Festival promises to be the biggest yet. Join us again as we showcase local, national and regional art, music and culinary talent in the beautiful lakeside sculpture garden of the Mennello Museum. This family-friendly, pet friendly and free event takes place this Saturday, February 11th, 12pm to 5pm.
Chevy Van Gogh 12:00
Eugene Snowden & Friends 12:50
Robin Lewis 1:40
Peyote Moon 2:30
Terri Binion 3:20
City of Orlando Council Chambers, 2nd Floor, Orlando City Hall
The City of Orlando Municipal Planning Board and Planning Staff want to hear from residents and businesses as we explore changes to our code about the development of tandems and duplexes in the City.
The goals of these proposed changes are to ensure that as Orlando grows, we grow in a way that both preserves and the unique character of our neighborhoods and provides for affordable, quality housing opportunities for our residents.
Discussion topics include design goals that will help ensure these new developments complement and reflect the special character of our neighborhoods.
For more info visit cityoforlando.net/duplexes or contact City of Orlando Chief Planner Elisabeth Dang at 407-246-3408 or firstname.lastname@example.org
District 3 Comm. Robert Stuart, City of Orlando Planning and Transportation stff and Renaissance Planning Group invite the community to continue the conversation about the Virginia/Lake Highland Transportation & Land Use Study.
Please join us to hear an update on the study, including what infomation has been gathered from the community, in addition to data on current transportation infrastructure and parking, current land uses, development patterns and makret conditions in the area. We’ll also start discussions and present ideas based on this information to get your input on specifics like roadway improvements, sidewalk and crosswalk changes, bike routes, redevelopment opportunities and on-street parking changes.
For more information contact Cindy Light at 407-246-3245 or visit cityoforlando.net/virginialakehighlandstudy
Mark your calendars!
Our next LFNA MEETING is Tuesday July 28th @7pm – Loch Haven Neighborhood Center.
We’ll review the association bylaws, bring everyone up to date on proposed traffic calming on Philadelphia, and get the latest from The Yard developer Chance Gordy. We’ll set some new goals, revisit some old ones, and start creating a focused vision for the neighborhood. Then we’ll begin to discuss strategies for working with the city to achieve them.
If you have other ideas or suggestions, you’re welcome to message me. Please plan on attending, bring your ideas AND bring your neighbors. – It’s a lot to cover and we can’t do it without you!
This meeting is at Susan Sullivan’s house next Tuesday, March 17 form 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm…
Neighbors are asked to bring their own lawn chair.
Address is 1609 Asher Lane.
Ivanhoe After Hours March 11, 5:30-7pm, Cloak & Dapper 1219 N. Orange Ave.
Virginia Drive Live March 14, 6-10pm
Pedalpalooza Bike Ride & Pancake Breakfast April 11, 9-11:30am, Retro City Cycle