25th anniversary of Shark Week starts Sunday
It’s that time of year when Floridians and the rest of the world can learn almost everything about sharks with the 25th Anniversary of Shark Week kicking off this Sunday on the Discovery Channel. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Stephanie Denardo reports on where shark attacks occur the most and what not to do if you spot a shark.
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The Hoggetowne Medieval Faire will feature merchants and artisans beginning on Saturday to deliver what one man calls a truly magical and authentic experience. The Faire will take place at the Alachua County Fairgrounds on Jan. 24 through 25 and Jan. 30 through Feb. 1.
Local artisan Bob Walker plans to sell his lifelike puppets at the Hoggetowne Medieval Faire in Gainesville on Saturday. He and his team, Midsummer Knight’s Dream, make and sell these “Woodbabies” at various fairs throughout the year.
By making art on license plates, elementary school students flex their creative muscles while raising money for their schools’ art programs.
Edible Plant Project is a nursery in Gainesville that provides seeds and plants for people to grow. Some of their plants come from foreign countries. EPP most recently decided to provide cooking classes, so that people could learn about these plants and their special uses. EPP sells plants at the Union Street Farmers’ Market every second Wednesday of the month.
Hawthorne will host its annual Christmas Festival and parade on Saturday, and President of Hawthorne Chamber of Commerce Donna Boles is working to finish the yearly planning.