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Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Pre Pow Wow to opening night

The technology has overwhelmed me. tweeter, facebook, blogs, and the new web site it's all so much and then keeping track of the various passwords. I have surfaced out of the maze, once more. Catching up with what has been going on since the count down. No, I did not keep a journal during those absent days. I kept working and volunteering, much to busy to keep a journal. POW WOW was the major upcoming event and what an event it turned out to be. I did not let go of my camera, a hold over from my photography days. So here is a photographic journal.
Prep time for the gallery, a royal welcome to Coconut Grove and here is artist Jane Harris putting on the final touches to our window. What better way to distinguish ourselves but with the name of our community Coconuts. Now you can purchase hand painted Coconuts or paint them yourself in our Gallery

Richard Issa, my Grove neighbor Jerry Wade and I, ready to do what was asked of us to make these POW WOW visitors welcome.
This is typical South Beach scene
What a WELCOME the "White Party" had 3 stages. Tropical music, disco and club music the 3rd stage had Jazz. What a party it turned out to be.
Ah yes, the girls from Macy, they came they saw and off came their heels very reluctantly. The party was on the beach after all.
The END fire works. Over heard "the best POW WOW in eighteen years". This was just the beginning of the weekend.
This is the crew from Coconut Grove, our entire community made themselves available.
Evening Wed. the 20th, another party at the Adrian Arscht Performing Art Center photo of Jerry Wade and AnnaMaria Windisch-Hunt
Bill Talbert President and CEO of the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau thanking me personally.
Artists were seen with their work throughout the Adrian Arscht Performing Art Center as well as performing. Ballet performance right among the VIP's that had invitations to this grand soiree.
These photos from the Coconut Grove Grapevine show our locals and again AnnaMaria Windisch-Hunt of this blog and Tom Falco editor of the Coconut Grove Grapevine.
Both known for their activism in the community.
Here was one of the scenes just prior to the deluge that ended the promise of a fab Coconut Grove evening.

Happy Birthday to Me and Gemini"s


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