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Jewish Pavilion's 'A Taste in the Park' Sunday, Nov. 8th

 

Shown here (l-r): Event Chairwoman Jane Edelstein, Jewish Pavilion Past President Carol Feuerman, and Taste Committee member Norma Ball invite the community to join them for "A Taste in the Park" for even more food and fun.

If you've grown tired of the same old places for Sunday brunch, you won't want to miss the Jewish Pavilion's "A Taste in the Park" at the Maitland Civic Center-Venue on the Lake on Nov. 8, from noon to 3 p.m., with all proceeds benefitting the hundreds of seniors it serves in the elder-care community.

Family members of all ages can have it all at The Taste, where guests can fill their plates with delicious offerings from dozens of Orlando's favorite dining spots. Thanks to Heather McPherson, book author and food editor of the Orlando Sentinel, and Katie Farmand, author and editor of Edibles Orlando, artisanal fare will be on the table, along with plenty of tastes of their easy-to-make recipes from their latest cookbooks. Foodies can have their cake and decorate it too, with instructional classes offered by cake artist extraordinaire, Yael Miller.

Nancy Ludin, Jewish Pavilion executive director noted, "Like the Pavilion itself, our event is extremely family friendly. Our Kid's Zone, sponsored by Vitas Healthcare and Bluestone Physicians Group, offers an afternoon of fun and games. Orlando City Soccer is bringing all kinds of kicks for kids, with their inflatable goal and video game truck. The Pinball Lounge will delight pinball wizards and novices alike with a sampling of pinball games from their arcade. The entire family can have it all while having a ball at A Taste in the Park."

One year ago, almost to the day, the Jewish Pavilion hosted its 5th annual "A Walk in the Park," where 500 people gathered to nosh, schmooze, walk and raise funds to support the Pavilion's efforts to visit and engage the growing population in assisted living and nursing facilities. This year the Pavilion is taking a different path due to construction at Crane's Roost, and is asking the community for their continued support. Event Chairwoman Jane Edelstein stated, "A Taste in the Park offers even more than our past events. We would love to have new and familiar faces join us for a taste of food, fun, and family-and offer something for all the generations." Edelstein said that participants can register in advance online and save until the doors open at noon on Nov. 8 at https://thepavilion.webconnex.com/taste2015 or they can call the Pavilion office for assistance at 407-678-9363 (until 5 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 6).

Register for the event at https://thepavilion.webconnex.com/taste2015 or call 407-678-9363 for more information. Register in advance and save. All inclusive admission: $15/adults, $40/family of four (additional kids are $5 each) before doors open on Nov. 8. Walk-ins are welcome with all inclusive admission $20/ adult, $50/family of four (plus $5 for additional kids). Visit http://www.jewishpavilion.org to make a donation or to learn more about our mission to bring the Jewish community to seniors in elder care.

 

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