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  1. Friday Night Markets!

    January 30, 6:00 PM

    Enjoy a weekly market year-round every Friday night at the Market Off Main, featuring local vendors, and benefitting two charitable organizations: Pasco Pet Fest and the Florida Guardian ad Litem Program. With permission from the owner of a former restaurant located next to the market, the Friday night market has set up vendors in the adjacent parking lot at 6241 Lincoln St. across from Sims Park. Vendors pay a $20 fee in advance to participate, and part of the proceeds raised from those fees go toward Pasco Pet Fest, a pet-friendly event in October that will raise money for Raffle Rescue's mission to help struggling families feed their pets, and to the Florida Guardian ad Litem program, which gives abused, abandoned, and neglected children a friendly volunteer to help them through court proceedings. The market holds 30 local business owners making everything from freshly-ground coffee and handmade candles to produce and locally-sourced honey. Most of the vendors produce handmad

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  1. Poet's Point Poetry Reading and Play Performance

    January 30, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM @ Downtown New Port Richey Art Gallery

    The Downtown New Port Richey Art Gallery will hold an open mic poetry reading and another of its popular one-act play performances on Friday, January 30, 2015 from 6:30 to 8 pm at the Gallery, located at 6231 Grand Blvd. in New Port Richey. The Gallery is located next to the Richey Suncoast Theater. The Old Time Radio Group will perform a skit by Ralph Annan, local playwright and author, entitled “The Magnificent Mento”, a humorous spoof on the beloved “Carnac the Magnificent” character first popularized by the late Johnny Carson. Mento knows all and sees all, providing insightful answers to life's puzzling questions. After the performance, poetry readings will be held. Anyone may participate, so attendees and aspiring poets are encouraged to bring their own work, or poetry that has special meaning to them, or is particularly relevant to the theme of “Florida: Adventures in Paradise,” which is the Gallery’s art exhibit theme of the month. Devotees of the literary and theater