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Venice Activities

Activities for November 13 to December 9, 2017

October/November 2017 – Venice Notes

(** indicates Special Discounts/Free or Very Low Cost)

Bingo at Venice VFW - Every Tuesday night, enjoy bingo at the Venice VFW Center. Address: 832 East Venice Avenue Phone: 941-484-8118 A $20 dollar bill will keep you playing all night!

** First Watch - Interesting and tasty menu with very reasonable prices for health-minded breakfast, brunch and lunch options. Enjoy their omelets, salads, sandwiches and soups fresh from the menu. First Watch is offering a special Let's Go Places! 10% discount.

** Goodwill in the Rialto Shopping Center - Where is the best thrift store in the area? Well, we all have our favorites and Goodwill is hard to beat with a great selection and great prices. Plus, Goodwill is offering a special Let's Go Places! 10% discount.

** Jacaranda Library: Movie/Lecture – Call the library at 941-861-1269 to find out which movie will be shown.

TJ Maxx - At TJ Maxx, we deliver great value on ever-changing selections of brand name and designer fashions at prices generally 20%-60% below department store regular prices, on comparable merchandise, every day. Perfect for that holiday shopping!

**Venice Boat Parade - Vessels small and large decorate with Christmas lights and holiday decorations to thrill young and old. Thousands of spectators line the Intracoastal Waterway to enjoy the sights and sounds of the Christmas Boat Parade.

**Venice Holiday Parade - 100 groups made of local students, teens, churches, and service organizations will perform along the parade route. You can see pirates, Shriners, clowns, dancers and, of course, Santa!

Venice Farmer’s Market - An eclectic mix of fresh local produce, essential oils and bath products, plants, crafts and artwork, ready-made delicacies, baked goods and more! There really is something for everyone!

** Venice Museum - a collection of 30,000+ photographs, archives, objects, and publications pertaining to area history and is housed in the historic 1927 Triangle Inn building. The museum engages the public in local history through changing and permanent exhibits and tours of the Triangle Inn. Admission to the museum is free, though a small donation is never frowned upon.

Venice Symphony – Majestic Moments: examples of the Romantic Era including Weberʼs Overture to Oberon, Tchaikovsky’s epic Symphony No. 5 in e minor, Op. 64 and Dvorakʼs Cello Concerto in b minor, Op. 104. Tickets range between $25- $42, please go to their website thevenicesymphony.org or call the box office at (941)207-8822 to purchase your tickets before the event.

Venice Theatre - The Ultimate Tribute to the King starring renowned Elvis impersonator Dwight Icenhower, an evening of favorite hits by the man from Memphis. Later in the month we have “A Christmas Story”, a musical reimagining of the beloved 1983 movie classic of the same name about Ralphie, a young boy whose only Christmas wish is for an Official Red Ryder BB Gun and the hilarity that ensues. Tickets start around $30, please visit venicestage.com or call the box office at (941)488-1115 to purchase your tickets before the event.