This week marks the end of the summer for many of our students in Volusia and Flagler County as they head back to school on Monday! Here are some fun events happening as we say hello to a new school year!
Movie Under the Stars & Food Truck Night
Enjoy a night out with your family and join the Port Orange Family Days Community Trust Friday August 10th for a dinner and a movie! Admission is free with Food Trucks starting at 5 pm featuring Molo’s Miami Grill, Taco’s Land, JB Felt’s Artisan, Surfside Grill, Kona Ice and Churros & Cream! The Greatest Showman begins at dusk! There will also be prizes, giveaways and a ton of fun!
Join Ormond Beach Mainstreet and the Ormond Beach Historical Society for their So Long Summer Sip, Savor & Stroll Saturday August 11th. Pub crawl down New Britain Ave… Join for a fun afternoon and help say so long to summer! Pick up your passport at the Anderson-Price Event Venue and sip and savor your way down New Britain Ave. Food and beverages provided by Rose Villa Southern Table & Bar, 31 Supper Club, Grind Gastropub and Kona Tiki Bar and Hull’s Seafood Restaurant and Market Live Music Summer fun & vintage cars. Purchase tickets here.
Something to look forward to next week:
15th Annual Power of the Purse Luncheon & Silent Auction
Hosted by Women United Volusia Chapter
The United Way Women United Volusia Chapter invites you to their 15th Annual Power of the Purse Luncheon and Silent Auction on Friday, August 17th at Plaza Resort & Spa Daytona Beach FL! This is their Crystal Anniversary event, with proceeds benefiting local, community-based agencies and programs supporting women and children. Tickets are $60 per person and includes a full-plated luncheon and silent auction party. Purchase tickets here. Join for a memorable afternoon raising funds and awareness for our local agencies in need. For more information, please contact Co-Chairs Brittany Clark at email@example.com or Lindsey Preston at firstname.lastname@example.org.
School may be back in full swing, but there is still summer fun to be had around Work Webb. This weekend is the 8th Annual Surf Social put on by the Halifax Historical Society. With a Hawaiian theme again this year, the evening will feature the incredible Stylemasters 2 surfing film along with the best raffle in town. The 8th Annual Surf Social Fundraiser is open to members and the public. Reservations are recommended by calling the museum at 386-255-6976 or emailing your reservations to email@example.com. Please leave your name, phone number and whether you are an HHS member or not.
Admission at the door on Saturday, August 19th is $20 each for non-members. HHS members’ tickets and ticket sales in advance to non-members are $18 each. Tickets include wine, beer, cold drinks, good food, and door prizes. This year’s awesome raffle is going to be the best yet. Attire: Your Best Hawaiian Style.
The Halifax Historical Society Museum is located at 252 South Beach Street, Daytona Beach, Florida, between Magnolia and Orange Avenues. Plenty of parking is available in the Palmetto Avenue parking lot behind the businesses on Beach Street, with walk ways through to Beach Street and the museum.
If you love wine and chocolate, then you need to attend the 6th Annual Wine & Chocolate Walk taking place February 11, 2017 from 1-6 pm. Walk along beautiful historic Downtown Daytona Beach visiting the Riverfront shops while sipping wonderful wine and decadent chocolate tastings. There will also be live music and you can register for giveaways. Attendees must check in at Cinematique at 242 South Each Street or at the Plaza Park located on the corner of International Speedway Boulevard and Beach Street to receive their Wine & Chocolate Walk Passport and wine tasting tickets. First 100 pass ported attendees will receive a free sweetheart gift (one per couple). Tickets can be purchased here and are $15 dollars until February 3rd then they jump to $20. Tickets will be sold at the event.
What’s Happening Near Work Webb
There is always something happening in downtown Daytona Beach and this weekend it’s Music and Food with Chef Papa. As mentioned last week, Daytona Beach offers more than Bike Week and NASCAR. Step outside the Kress building and you can find a lot of choices for dinner, shopping and live music. No need to wait for a holiday. Excellent food and music is provided for no special reason other than it’s the weekend. There is no better way to end a work week than walking along the riverfront while taking in the gorgeous view or window shopping.
This weekend is the second to last installment of Music and Food with Chef Papa. If you do not know who Chef Papa’s Catering & Food to Go is, you are truly missing out. Located four doors down from Work Webb along the river walk, Chef Papa provides healthy, yummy and affordable lunches. All summer Chef Papa has hosted a themed menu dinner and live music. This has been on of the best kept secrets of the river walk shoppes . The second to last event is this Saturday, September 24th, starting at 6:30 pm. Chef Papa will host a NOLA menu this week with live jazz music provided by Clarence (of old Ocean Deck Band fame) and Church Archer. Only two more weekends to attend the Food and Music series at Chef Papa’s Catering & Food to Go. October 1 will be the last in this popular series.
Support downtown Daytona Beach and the Riverfront Shoppes by calling Chef Papa to make a reservation for this event 386-253-5080. Here is a directory of the Riverfront Shops of Daytona Beach.
Make sure you check The Watercooler Blog every week to stay informed on what’s happening along Daytona Beach’s quaint Riverfront Shoppes.
Step Out of the Office and Enjoy a Meal at One of Ormond Beach’s Best Lunch Spots…
Getting out of the office once in a while is just as important as making it in everyday, and a lunch out once a week can do wonders for your sanity and work productivity. Since I’ve already told you where to eat lunch in Daytona, here are the top 5 best restaurants to eat lunch in Ormond Beach…
5 Best Places to Lunch in Daytona Beach – Brought to You by Work Webb Shared Office Solutions…
Any professional will tell you that lunch is a huge part of the workday–whether you work from home, a dedicated office, or find your workspace falling somewhere in between
. So make an office lunch worthwhile, and have a little fun with your midday vaycay.