Florida's Eden Hosts Weekend Of Painters, Poets, Music & Culinary Delights
admin on February 18th, 2010 | Last updated: February 18, 2010 at 9:02 am
Artists will gather this weekend at the Orange Lake Overlook just south of McIntosh on U.S. 441 for an event called “OLO.” Florida’s Eden is sponsoring the two-day artistic gathering to bring attention to what North Central Florida has to offer in the way of ecotourism. The group will also be handing out free copies of their latest guidebook. Jessica Gable sat down with the Executive Director of Florida’s Eden, Annie Pais.
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