September 24 - 27
Kick-off Party, Clancy’s Cantina, 303 Flagler Ave. 5:30-7:30
Music/ food / drink $ 15 in advance / $ 20 day of event.
Silent Auction / only 175 tickets will be sold. Chance to win tickets to Johnny Winter show in Orlando in October.
Special added attraction Tommy Bahama Rum presents
Blues night with the Sauce Boss Bill Wharton
Coronado Civic Center, 223 Flagler Ave. ( behind shuffleboard courts)
Tickets $ 15 / $ 20 day of event……… Chance to win Paradise Beach Escape Vacation….. FREE GUMBO !
** News Flash ** Preferred seating sold-out in one day !
Flagler Avenue, 11 am – 10:30 pm in conjunction with The Gallery Groups Art Walk…. Featuring 3 School Bands at Coronado Civic Center from 10:30 am until 2:45 pm (check the website )
The Goodtimes Dixieland Band / Ron Tiexiera Organ Trio with special guest Linda Cole, Chris Rottmayer Vibe Quartet, with Michelle Amato from Tampa, Valerie Gillespie Trio ( opened for Natalie Cole last year ), Sybil Gage ( back for an encore show ! ), Harold Blanchard Trio,
Thom Chambers, Robert Harris. Frank Vardaros Orchestra.
Outdoor show @ 7 at Seaside Station with The Sam Rodriguez Trio.
Also: Norwood’s Restaurant on South Causeway, 6 -9 pm w/ Lea Macquarrie and the Other Side; Skyline 1949 N US 1, Richard Young …………no cover
Jazz Brunch 11 am -2 pm., Spanish River Grille ( 3rd Ave )
Sam Rodriguez Duo
Special added attraction:
12:30 -1:30 Night Swan Bed and Breakfast, 512 Riverside Dr.
Molly Wojcik at the baby grand piano (student of Harold Blanchard)
Donations benefit NSB High School Band
Special Added Attraction: hosted by Canal St. Historic District.
Brannon Center 2-4 pm Stetson University Big Band with guest
Miss Jacqueline Jones, Tickets $ 8 in advance / $ 10 day of event
The Garlic Restaurant 5 -8 pm Annie Sellick direct from Nashville and Heidi’s Jazz Club in Cocoa. 6 tours of Japan and Germany…. No cover.
All venues, times, schedules, sponsors and more news is now on the Web Page .…. www.marcmontesonpromotions.com
This years art by Stephanie Hill….
Saturday, September 19, 2009
Tuesday, September 8, 2009
NIGHT SWAN INTRACOASTAL BED AND BREAKFAST GOES GREEN!
On June 23, 2009, the Night Swan Intracoastal Bed and Breakfast became a certified Florida Green Lodging Property, earning a One Palm status. The Night Swan is currently the only bed and breakfast in Volusia, Flagler, and Orange counties to be certified as part of the Florida Green Lodging Program.
To become a designated member of the Florida Green Lodging Program, hotels must implement a variety of green practices. These practices include, but are not limited to, water conservation measures through low flow plumbing fixtures, a linen reuse program, and energy efficiency. The waste reduction criteria are met by providing the opportunity to recycle, purchasing items in bulk, purchasing recycled materials, and by recycling ink and toner cartridges. All designated properties must also use green cleaners and high efficiency air filters.
Launched in March 2004, the Florida Green Lodging Program establishes environmental guidelines for hotels and motels to conserve natural resources and prevent pollution. In 2007, Governor Crist signed three executive orders initiating state energy-use policies, including one that requires state agencies and departments to hold meetings and conferences only at hotels with the Florida Green Lodging Program designation as of January 1, 2008, whenever possible.
The Night Swan is excited about being on the forefront of resource conservation and encourages their guests to carry on the efforts at their own homes after a relaxing and romantic get away at the bed and breakfast. For green wise travelers what better option than an environmentally friendly inn on the tranquil Indian River in historic, New Smyrna Beach, Florida.
To find out more information about how the Florida Green Lodging program works, navigate to http://www.dep.state.fl.us/greenlodging, and more about the Night Swan Intracoastal Bed & Breakfast, navigate to http://www.NightSwan.com.