GO 386

November 03, 2019

GO 386 - Entertainment Magazine covering Daytona Beach, FL

Issue link: https://www.ifoldsflip.com/i/1181938

Contents of this Issue

Navigation

Page 1 of 31

F2 Sunday, November 3, 2019 THE DAYTONA BEACH NEWS-JOURNAL | GO386.COM SUBMIT AN EVENT Go to news- journalonline.com/ calendar. The GO386 calendar is for arts and entertainment events such as festivals, dances, live music or theater. For faith, health, garden and food listings, email features@ news-jrnl.com. For other community events, email mycommunitynews@ news-jrnl.com. Submissions for GO386 must be received by noon Friday for publication the following Friday. THINGS TO DO INDEX Calendar ......... F5-6 Movies ............ F7-8 Movie review . F10-11 Books ..... F9, F12-13 Travel .......... F14-16 Television F15, F16-31 ON THE COVER From left, dancers Alexia Kastis, Thanasi Summerlin, Katherine Masters and Lambras Paspalakis entertain at last year's Greek Festival, Friday Nov. 9, 2018. [NEWS-JOURNAL/ FILE] ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Jewell Tomazin, jtomazin@news-jrnl. com Community invited to party like a Greek from Nov. 7-10 By Jewell Tomazin jtomazin@news-jrnl.com Between food, music, dancing and singing, people of all cultures are welcome to come enjoy the things that make Greeks Greek. The Greek Festival returns to St. Deme- trios Greek Orthodox Church again this year, with the party going on from Thursday to Sunday, Nov. 7 to 10. The Daytona Beach church has hosted the event for 43 consecutive years, bringing beloved traditions in a family- friendly atmosphere. Cuisine includes Greek dishes both savory and sweet. Dishes include kalamaki, small pieces of pork with Greek season- ing grilled on a stick; pas- titsio, a Greek version of lasagna; moussaka, a dish layered with eggplant, potatoes, seasoned meat, b├ęchamel sauce and grated cheese; dolmades, gyros, baklava and more with combination din- ner plates available. Guests can also enjoy C O M I N G U P F O R T H E W E E K A H E A D Celebrate culture at Greek Festival Holiday Fashion Show WHAT: The Museum of Art DeLand Guild hosts a fashion show and luncheon with a 50/25/25 drawing, door prizes and the oppor- tunity to buy clothing, accessories and gifts. WHEN: Noon to 2 p.m. Nov. 5 WHERE: Victoria Gardens Magnolia Ballroom, 1001 Garden Club Drive, DeLand PRICE: $30 members, $39 nonmembers INFO: Call 386-734-4371 Garden Bros. Circus WHAT: Performers from more than 20 countries and animals including elephants, camels, horses and more will put on a show in the three-ring venue. Acts include aerial artists, contortionists, acrobats, six acrobats in the sphere of fear, clowns and jugglers from "America's Got Talent." There will also be kids' entertainment, including rides on elephants, camels or circus ponies, a giant slide, bounce houses and face painting. WHEN: 7:30 p.m. Nov. 6 WHERE: Ocean Center, 101 N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach PRICE: $36-$10 INFO: Call 888-620-8936 or visit bit.ly/2pqa3VJ Comedy show with Carmen Vallone WHAT: Ages 18 and older can catch a laugh with comedian Carmen Val- lone with Bonkerz Comedy Productions. Vallone is a stand-up comedian and host and producer of "A Joke Off!" comedy compe- tition. He will talk about life in upstate New York, where he grew up, about living in Florida, and the adventures of life on the road. WHEN: 6 to 8 p.m. Nov. 7 WHERE: Root Family Audi- torium at Museum of Arts & Sciences, 352 S. Nova Road, Daytona Beach PRICE: $15 members, $20 nonmembers INFO: Call 386-255-0285 or visit bit.ly/2pn5lYQ STEMFest WHAT: Students of all ages can get hands-on with activities and experiments related to the STEM fi elds of science, technology, engineering and mathe- matics. Live performances, interactive demonstra- tions and exhibitors will bring family-friendly engagement. The MultiGP Drone National Champion- ship Finals will be held on Saturday. With scientists, engineers, colleges and universities, companies showcasing STEM programs, intern- ships and mentorships and more on site, this will be an opportunity for stu- dents interested in STEM careers. WHEN: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 7 and 8 for school fi eld trips only; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 9 open to the public WHERE: Daytona Beach Municipal Stadium, 3917 LPGA Blvd., Daytona Beach PRICE: Students K-12 from area schools, Volusia and Flagler county teachers, and all children under age 5 free; others $10 INFO: Visit stemfestusa.org A L S O T H I S W E E K Attendees can learn how to dance to Greek music at the 43rd annual Greek Festival Nov. 7-10. [PHOTO PROVIDED] See FESTIVAL, F4

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of GO 386 - November 03, 2019