historic burns square: Circus Themed 2012 Sarasota Chalk Festival Begins! - 10/29/12 07:08 AM

Circus Themed 2012 Sarasota Chalk Festival Begins!  Street activity began yesterday, October 28th as the 2012 Sarasota Chalk Festival began in Historic Burns Square.  Artists from around the world have arrived and will be working all week long to create this amazing festival.
This year's theme is "Circus City USA" and the festival will last 10 days.  The main event will take place from November 1 - 6.  According to festival creator Denise Kowal, "It's going to be bigger and better than ever.  We're going to have 500 local, national and international pavement artists and about the same number of volunteers."
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historic burns square: Historic Burns Square - Shopping, Dining, Taking Care of Business or Just Relaxing in Sarasota's Historic Shopping District. - 12/31/11 08:48 AM

Historic Burns Square - Shopping, Dining, Taking Care of Business or Just Relaxing in Sarasota's Historic Shopping District.  A visit to the Burns Square neighborhood is another one of the many pleasures of living in Sarasota. This captivating and charismatic neighborhood will definitely call you back for repeated visits as you discover it's many delights.  And who knows, you may even decide you want to make your home here!
There are literally dozens of varying businesses for you to discover in this entrancing district of one-story and mid-rise buildings, many of them dating back to the Ringling Era of the 1920's.  For … (0 comments)

 
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