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Love Whole Foods Opens in Port Orange L

ove Whole Foods Café & Market is opening a second location this month

at 1633 Taylor Road, in the Space Coast Plaza, in Port Orange. In business since 1991, the family-run grocery store features organic produce, natural and organic groceries, beauty care and nutritional supplements, meats raised free of hormones and antibiotics, and ready-to-eat foods prepared fresh in the café.

Store patrons can pick up a monthly sales flyer that lists specials throughout the store and a calendar of monthly events. Membership in the Get Healthy, Get Rewarded Club provides additional savings opportunities.

Additional location: 275 Williamson Blvd., Ormond Beach. For more information, call 386-677-5236 or visit LoveWhole See ad on page 29.

Free Energy Work and Healing Seminar


aren Sutton, a certified nutritional counselor and Bach Foundation registered practitioner, will lead a free introductory seminar on energy work and healing at 6:30 p.m., Novem- ber 17, at Living Waters Health Food Store, in Ormond Beach. “Have you ever wondered what energy work is

all about?” asks Sutton. “Come to our free workshop and discover the answers to many common questions.” Attendees will learn about various types of energy

work—including Reiki, energy medicine, tapping and Bach remedies—and the benefits of each. Complimentary organic coffee, tea, alkaline water and healthy snacks will be served. Attendees that bring a friend will receive 10 bonus points on their Living Waters rewards card.

Location: 141 W. Granada Blvd. For more information, call 386-672-6004 or visit

Conscious Living Retreat

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full-day retreat, Discover the Keys to Living a Conscious Life, will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., November 5, at Daytona Yoga & Wellness Center, in Daytona

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Veteran’s Day Event Unveils Washington Oaks Historical

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Veteran’s Day Observance will be held at Washing- ton Oaks Gardens State Park, November 11. The event begins at 10 a.m. with a moment of silence, followed by music performed by the Matanzas High School Jazz Band. At 11 a.m., retired Air Force Major General “Will” Hessert will speak.

Beach. Attendees will come together to practice mindful self- reflection through movement, meditation and study, explor- ing their relationship with themselves and the world. Activities include gentle yoga, inspiring interactive discussions, and learning-centered lectures that promote a grounded awareness of ancient wisdom. Within this learning community, attendees can awaken their spirit and discover ways to make more conscious choices that will lead to a more joyful and rewarding life. “Join us for a day that may just change your life in won-

derful ways,” says Krista Ghaffarian. “We will make a differ- ence by intentionally engaging in practices and principles that explore and honor the wisdom of self, others and the Earth.”

Location: 820 S. Atlantic Ave. For more information, call 386- 243-0440 or visit

Volusia County Opens Dog Park


n response to requests from local residents, a new county dog park recently opened at Bicentennial Park, in Ormond Beach. The designated area on the north peninsula provides a place where dogs can play without a leash

and features separate fenced areas for large and small dogs, watering stations, benches and shade trees. Open from sunrise to sunset every day, Bicentennial

Park offers free admission and encompasses 40 acres stretch- ing from the Atlantic Ocean to the Halifax River. Amenities include a baseball field, open play area, basketball court, tennis and volleyball courts, fishing dock, pavilion and pic- nic area, playground, community building, restrooms and a nature walk and boardwalk. Carl Persis, the district’s member on the county council,

says, “I am glad the county council was able to add the dog park feature to Bicentennial Park.” The county also maintains dog parks at Barkley Square, in DeLand, and Gemini Springs Park, in DeBary.

Location: 1800 N. Oceanshore Blvd. For more information, call Volusia County’s Parks, Recreation and Culture Division at 386-736-5953 or visit

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