Tuesday, March 23rd, Plan B Expo will hold Lean, Green and Mean Business at the Conmy Center at Our Lady of Lourdes in Dunedin. The focus of the expo will be health and wellness, green and safe products, financially beneficial goods and services, and business opportunities. The event will feature over 120 vendors and exhibitors, representing businesses from sole proprietors to major corporations.
The St. Pete/Clearwater area will be draped in white this Holiday season by something other than the gleaming, powder-perfect sand that lines its 35 miles of award-winning coast line.
Black Friday is the name given to the shopping day after Thanksgiving. This day marks the first day of the Christmas shopping season, and is a popular day for shopping since many people have the day off of work, and many stores offer wonderful sales.
The term “Black Friday” refers to the accounting practice of marking negative amounts in red ink, and positive amounts in black ink. It is supposedly such a lucrative day for retailers it makes their books go from “in the red” to “in the black,” hence the term, “Black Friday.”
After the success of the Women Mean Business expo, Plan B Expo will be putting on their next expo, Diversity Means Business on November 3rd from 4 to 8 pm at The Conmy Center in Dunedin, Florida.
Diversity Means Business will be a “fun networking expo with something for everyone,” says event coordinator Lil Barcaski. The expected attendance is well over 500, since their last expo had nearly 700 people in attendance.
The Showcase Arts Foundation Inc. (SAFI), dedicated to creating theater arts performances in the Tampa Bay Area, is proud to present another of their interactive comedy, murder mysteries. This will be a fun filled evening of entertainment accompanied by the wonderful food and beautiful atmosphere of the waterfront restaurant Bon Appetit at the Harbor in Dunedin.
DUNEDIN, FL – The Downtown Dunedin Craft Festival celebrates its 7th anniversary on June 27 -28, 2009, as Main Street is transformed into an outdoor craft showcase complete with affordable original works available for sale. Admission is free and open to the public.
All of the crafters will be at the festival with their work, giving visitors the opportunity to talk with the crafters, learn about their art and what inspires them, and of course, purchase original pieces.