The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 5, 1997 · Page 117
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 117

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T6IF The Palm Beach Post DECEMBER 5, 1997 Page 27; Surf's Up! You (t Can Browse CD Receive a Free Steak Dinner On Us jL On Your Birthday. Call For Details. S4M OFF r Now! 15 OFF DlillER FGR 2 http:www.flapennysaver.comN a fete fift mm FOR 2 Good for Sunset Dinner Menu Only with coupon. J No! valid with any other discounts, birth-I Jay or prorations. Exp 12-11-97 Dinner Menul Only with coupon. LUNCH for 2 Good for Lunch only Not valid with other coupons or promos. day specials or priimotHHb Exp. 12-1 1-9? $Q9S Mon-rn l-lim Silt cr Sun 4-6 ' Must Br Stated By dim Sunset Dinner Specials Starting at iVifi. E3 ill all uEn JwMtCX' " t -"I H eg, H ..J,',-.,AV,leA..w fir..!- . , - Photo by S. HAMILTON PHOTOGRAPHY GET IN THE HOLIDAY MOOD: Santa made an appearance at last year's celebration in the village at the South Florida Fairgrounds. A nostalgic Christmas at Yesteryear Village Admission to the village is $2 adults; $1 children ages 6-12; and free under 6. Show and sell . . . More than 1,000 dolls of cloth, porcelain, vinyl, wood, clay, paper and papier mache will be on display or on sale dunng Celebrating Black Doll Art: A Collectible Show and Sale, 11 By Angel Bedinghaus Zent Palm Beach Post Staff Writer If you have been romanticizing Christmases past, it's likely you will enjoy Yesteryear Village at the South Florida Fairgrounds. Two truckloads of decorations, $3,000 worth of lights, Christmas carolers and 35 decorated trees will be sprucing up the village for two weekends of holiday fun. Volunteers dressed in period costumes can be found throughout the town quilting, making brooms and candles, clogging on porches, working the sawmill, manning the fire station, blacksmithing or canceling stamps with the Yesteryear a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday at the Omni Hotel, 1601 Belvedere Road, West -iff- r V i t:, , ' !, Palm Beach. Sponsored by Kianga's Krea-tions, the event will include a doll reunion at noon with dolls purchased at previous shows; children's activity tables for making paper dolls with paper doll parades at 1 p.m. and 5 p.m.; and a Vintage Black Doll Exhibit with dolls and memorabilia dating to the early 1900s. The organizers will also be collecting dolls for a spring "doll run" to South Africa. This is a follow up to the South Africa Doll project in which more than 15,000 black dolls were distributed to children in South Africa. Admission is $2 adults; free for children. Blue suede booties . . . The Elvis of the toddler set, Craig Taubman, will perform 2 p.m. Sunday at the Levis Jewish Community Center, Boca Raton. Taubman puts bounce in songs that combine traditional Jewish themes with contemporary Jewish life. His recordings include Where Heaven & Earth Touch, Moment to Moment and Hand in Hand and Together. His music may seem familiar through his recordings for Disney, Fox television network and Nickelodeon. Admission is $8 ($6 members). Spectacular Holiday Entertainment! New Special Effects, New Lighting and More... make Miami City Ballet's production of the traditional George Balanchine's The Nutcracker"1 more spectacular than ever... with a cast of over 1(K), breathtaking sets and costumes, a full orchestra, and spellbinding dancing by international stars. Don't miss this smashing show! Kravis Center for the Performing Arts Tonight - 7:30 pm; Tomorrow - 2:00 pm & 7:30 pm Village postmark at the post office. The village, which began in 1990 when the Loxahatchee Groves Schoolhouse was moved to the fairgrounds, also includes a church, old Florida houses, a collection of tractors and vintage farm equipment, reproduction of a General Store, leather and cobbler shop, bait and tackle shop, smokehouse and wood shop. More than 250 volunteers participate in bringing the village to life during special events, says administrator John Kenyon Riddle. He said that Christmas in the Village started as a party for the volunteers. Last year, organizers opened it up to the public because so much work had been put into it. This year, a second weekend has been added. The event will be 5-10 p.m. today, Saturday, Sunday and Dec. 12-14, and will also have arts and crafts, pony rides, a church service on Sundays, hay wagon rides, and popcorn made fresh from a copper kettle. A word of warning: Not everything is rosy in Yesteryear Village. For a couple of bucks, people are rounded up, arrested and thrown in the village jail. Inmates have to sing a song or recite a nursery rhyme to get out. Sunday - 2.00 pm & 7:30 pm In) IrJ i i v- v SEASON HONOREES: Iliaime & Michael Birms Richard B. Bnmson Edwina ('.hank Pamela & TikUI (k)lc Ewhn (iilhcrt Jana SiatvMalina & Jay M.ilnra OphcliaS Juan J RH'a M froyiie Sin(lerliiin fn? nerous I ndrrriliii(( Support from Motatio Call for details 832-7469 BrarhOiim'Flnnda MIAMI CITY BALLET EDWARD VIILELLA AftllSTIC DIRECTOR FUrid'$ InlerHlianmlty-AccUimtJ Dmhci Company E-mail: riiiainichlS'shaikm net d Site: hllp:w miamicinhalkl omi i . ; CfNTTR Your ideas for family outings are welcome. Send them to Angel Bedinghaus Zent, The Palm Beach Post, P.O. Box 24700, West Palm Beach, Flo. 33416-4700. 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