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Monday, March 1, 2021

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BoHoFEST debuts in downtown Leesburg

The Goddesses will entertain you on Saturday, Sept. 22, when the city’s first BoHoFEST debuts in downtown Leesburg. Sponsored by Leesburg Center for the Arts, activities and exhibits are planned from 10am until sunset at 401 Main Street. Admission is…
Music that soothes the spirit

Music that soothes the spirit

The haunting tones of the Native American flute can bring peace, comfort, and joy.   Deb Almy is a musician who has been playing the Native American flute since 2011. She became familiar with the instrument while working at Justamere…
Artists coming to Leesburg

Artists coming to Leesburg

A long-running tradition will continue this weekend when 80 to 100 fine artists and craftsmen display their work in historic downtown Leesburg. The 41st annual Leesburg Fine Arts Festival is scheduled from 10am-5pm Saturday and Sunday, March 10-11. Artists will…
Volunteers needed for post-Irma cleanup in Leesburg areas

Volunteers needed for post-Irma cleanup in Leesburg areas

Organizations in Leesburg have scheduled a post-Hurricane Irma neighborhood cleanup for Saturday, Sept. 16, and volunteers are needed. The West Leesburg Community Development Corp. has partnered with Leesburg Center for the Arts and the United Way of Lake and Sumter…
Did you know?

Did you know?

On the first Saturday of every month, from 10am-2pm, there is a free gathering of Native American flute players at the Leesburg Center for the Arts. Other musicians bring guitars, dulcimers, and drums for jam sessions. Visitors are encouraged and…
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