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According to data released by the National Retail Federation last Friday, as consumers embraced the gift-giving season as a way to cheer up during the holiday season, holiday retail sales increased by 8.3% over 2019.
Due to the country’s restrictions on retailers and increased political and economic uncertainty, in a challenging year, consumers choose to spend some gifts to boost the spirit of family and friends and provide a sense of normalcy. "National Retail President and CEO Matthew Shay said Federal, in a statement.
This exceeded the expectations of major retail trade groups and was more than twice the average annual growth. NRF predicts in November
The year-on-year increase was 3.6% to 5.2%, and the amount was between 755.3 billion US dollars and 766.7 billion US dollars. It said Americans will spend more money because they have reduced the cost of travel and dining out and are hopeful about the distribution of Covid vaccine.
According to NRF, holiday sales have increased by an average of 3.5% in the past five years and 4% in 2019. The sale does not include car dealers, gas stations and restaurants.
The pandemic has changed the typical holiday shopping pattern. Many retailers started selling products as early as October,
And expanded contactless options, such as curbside pickup, to reduce the number of shoppers crowded in the store.
Even so, there are still some factors beyond the retailer's control, such as economic uncertainty and unemployment during recessions and fewer gatherings with family and friends.
Jack Kleinhenz, NRF's chief economist, said that the sharp increase in holiday sales "is really amazing given that the economy has gone to extremes." He said that the monthly figures reflect the push and pull of various factors, from temporary store closures and vacations to incentive payments.
He said that in the end, consumers' mentality and savings accounts inspired their consumption. He said that sales figures show that in a difficult year, more people want a better holiday than usual, and after canceling the holiday and spending money safely, more money can be used to save.
He said that even for low-income families and the unemployed, the desire to celebrate the holiday is strong.
He said: "This holiday will come once a year. As far as the economic situation is concerned, even the most challenged people will still focus on the holiday." "They will do their best."
Holiday sales also reflect pandemic trends such as cooking and exercising at home and handling DIY projects. NRF data shows that online and other non-store sales have grown the fastest, with a year-on-year increase of nearly 24%.
Sales of building materials and garden supplies stores increased by nearly 20%. This was followed by sales of sporting goods stores which increased by approximately 15%, and sales of grocery and beverage stores by nearly 10%. Sales of health and personal care stores and furniture and home furnishing stores increased by 5% and 2%, respectively.
Grocery store sales are almost flat. Sales at electronics and electrical stores fell by 14%. Sales in clothing and clothing accessories stores fell by approximately 15%. Some consumers who buy laptops or pajamas may be classified as online sales or non-store sales, because customers are shopping from the sofa or using options such as roadside pickup. In addition, as people work and go to school from home, some electronic products may have been purchased earlier this year.
Retailers have begun to report some of their personal sales results.
, As people work from home, sales of sports and leisure products are strong,
Due to the strong holiday season, its expectations are high.
Say online and store comparable sales
As holiday customers flock to convenient, non-contact options, such as picking up goods on the roadside. however
Many shoppers avoid shopping centers.
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From the establishment of the town of Saywood in 1883 (which lasted only a few years, until Saywood found it was more economical to become a part of Portland) to today’s thriving community in the inland Southeast Portland, our community has always depended on their support. Business district. Many shops and industries have come and gone-these shops and industries have helped shape our metropolis into what it is today.
From the Worcester Wools Mill in Oregon, which employed more than 300 employees in the 1910s to the 1960s, to the Seywood Washing Company, which provided women with new job opportunities in the 1920s and before the Great Depression, many diversified and innovative companies contributed to the company’s Growth and success have contributed to part of our Rose City.
In 1910, when the Oregon Hydropower and Railroad Bureau decided to build a major streetcar repair center on SE 13th Avenue and Linn Street, Seywood had already developed by leaps and bounds. The construction of the Seywood Automobile Barn, commonly known as Seywood, started a population and construction boom, and brought new residents into the area. From the southern part of Serrett Street to Ochoco, many early boarding houses and family residences still exist. At least for now, survivors are still working hard-at least new houses should be used to replace old-fashioned bungalows and four square meters Mi's residence. Those early houses built between the 1890s and the 1940s are an important part of the heritage of all neighborhoods in southeastern Inner Mongolia.
Many people living in Southeast Portland today are part of the second and third generations of early residents who work at the Eastside Lumber Mill at the foot of Spellane Bridge and Tacoma Streets, most of the time before Sellwood Bridge the work. This is a very important business-until the bridge is closed when it is built.
From the early 1960s until the 21st century, Sellwood had a new interest in residents and businesses. Around the turn of the 21st century, SE 13th Avenue was an "antique shop" in the area, and other houses or commercial buildings along the street had antique shops or home decoration shops. As many antique businesses later shifted to online sales, more and more restaurants and businesses replaced many antiques on that street.
These are companies and regions that are important to South Sosat Satellite. But did you know that Westmoreland and Sellwood also hosted thriving furniture factories and furniture stores? (Of course, until recently, Woodstock was the home of The Joinery, which has inherited the tradition of exquisite handmade furniture-even though it is now from the St. Johns community.)
In the early years, when Sellwood was still growing on the waterfront of the Willamette River, the sound of hammering and band saw bands came from the wood factory in the village of Willamette, in the new community Reverberating.
Moreover, at the intersection of Tacoma Street and McLaughlin Boulevard in Southeast Portland is Schindler Furniture Manufacturing Company. It is here that Gabriel Shindler and his partner FS Chadbourne started producing room kits, chairs, tables and school furniture in their factory.
In 1877, Shindler and Chadbourne purchased the furniture factory previously owned by Donly, Beard and Powers, which had been struggling for five years. Early furniture was simple and plain, usually made of oak, and could last a lifetime. But in the late 19th century, high-end chairs and tables purchased in stores were too expensive for ordinary families.
Therefore, Gabriel Shindler (Gabriel Shindler) decided to target a rich market and mass-produce furniture made of northwest oak, maple and ash to suit the western side of Portland. The high class of Portland residents, he thinks it can be affordable. He also produced a large amount of office furniture for shops, banks, schools, houses, hotels and churches. He believes that the prosperous businesses in Portland need a large amount of furniture and provide it in time.
For the elites in the west, there are luxurious chisels, sideboards, rolling hand-carved chairs, bedroom and living room combined tables, sofas, and elegant furniture, previously only available on the East Coast or San Francisco. Shindler specializes in processing custom orders and encourages customers to browse in its showroom. Custom mantels, fancy doors, metal screens and grilles made of copper or brass are also available-usually must be ordered from a coppersmith or metal expert.
Shindler ensures that his employees have skilled craftsmen and carpenters to provide customers with quality products. For Shindler Furniture Company, no order is too big or too small! In 1878, his factory ordered 600 desks from a school in Washington State. In the same year, he provided furnishings for the opening of two new hotels-one in Durres and the other in Lewiston, Idaho.
By 1890, this factory had an experienced workforce of more than forty craftsmen, mainly cabinet makers, varnish workers and wood turners. These workers earn two to three dollars a day, which is a high salary in this era.
Shindler's partner Chadbourne is considered one of the largest furniture distributors in San Francisco, but Chadbourne began to lose interest in the Willsburg furniture business, especially because it seemed to him to be a small investment. Documents collected from the Milwaukie Museum show that in 1882, after Shindler paid $1,000 paid by Shindler for the part of the land owned by the furniture factory, Chadburn returned San Francisco. Further evidence of the termination of the partnership is that Gabriel Shindler subsequently appointed his sons Daniel A (Daniel A.) and Dodd D. (Dodd D.) as Schindler Furniture Company’s Director and secretary.
For the next thirteen years, the Schindler Furniture Factory provided furniture to people and businesses in Portland and surrounding communities. However, in 1895, profits disappeared, and when the Shindler Furniture Factory entered the bankruptcy management system, everything came to a halt due to the financial panic at the time and the influx of customized products. Furniture from the East swept the West Coast market and was sold at a cheaper price than that produced in Oregon. So Gabriel Shindler retired and returned to his vacation home in Long Beach, Washington, and the glory days of the Schindler furniture factory passed.
At the same time, George Albers started producing and selling chairs and tables at the new Sellwood Furniture Company at the foot of Umatilla Street in the Sellwood community. When the town of Sellwood was founded in 1883, real estate agent TE Woods wanted to keep the river water for industrial use only-so he helped Albers set up a furniture factory there and convinced Southwest Brown (SW Brown) built a small saw and planer in a nearby mill.
Albers can then order wood directly and conveniently from Brown's sawmill, saving the cost of transporting the wood to his factory. He only needs to worry about the cost of shipping the furniture to the customer.
Since Sellwood Furniture's furniture is not as refined as Shindler's furniture, the chairs and tables produced by its staff are simple-these items are usually more suitable for the general public and affordable. At that time, most profitable households did not have electricity or running water, and people often sat on benches, stools or handmade furniture made from leftover wood fragments.
With the improvement of living standards, people began to be able to buy dining tables, beds or one or two chairs. The experienced craftsmen of Sellwood Furniture Company not only earn good wages, but they can also buy things from the factory at a discount. At other times, they are allowed to take home discarded wooden boards from the company's inventory so that they can design their own violin chairs themselves-or gorgeous carved tables for personal use.
At the time, Portland had almost no fire protection regulations to deal with fire hazards in the workplace. On an unforgettable night, the dry wood piled around the wood factory shed of the Saywood Furniture Factory was set ablaze, and the building and its contents were burnt down. Two years after becoming one of Seywood's most promising companies, Seywood Furniture Factory ended.
The members of the Sellwood Trade Commission (a business association) faced the problem of how to make up for the loss of Shindler and Sellwood furniture business – when the Brown sawmill was temporarily closed, citizens were more worried about the future of Sellwood. But Jasper Young and Nils Sorenson took over the failed business, and under the name Sorenson and Young Lumber Mill Started to establish a profitable industry in the waterfront.
However, when the Willamette River was flooded in 1894 and all sawmills operating along the river were closed, the disaster happened again. The entire northwestern region is facing a massive shortage of wood until the sawmills can recover from the damage caused by the floods. Sorenson and Young Lumber Mill tried to replace the lost machine, but by 1900 they were forced to close because they did not have enough funds to rebuild.
In 1903, John P. Miller bought the damaged property of the Sorenson and Young timber factory and opened the "Eastern Timber Factory", employing 165 workers, all of whom lived near the factory.
Prior to this, on May 2, 1902, a grand celebration was held in Portwood to celebrate the owners of the Portland Woolen Mill. The Portland Woolen Mill has now occupied Schindler’s former site and is looking for employment. The beginning of men and women. This new manufacturing business.
A large number of young families moved to Westmoreland and Sellwood to operate spindle machines at Worsted, Oregon, or saws at Eastside Lumber Mill. After new immigrants settle in, they need to use modern furniture and convenient facilities to provide furniture for the new houses they buy. The working middle class wants the luxury items found in many high-end residences on the west side of the river, especially furniture.
At this time, it is normal to buy furniture suitable for different rooms in the house: the "corridor tree" is used to hang umbrellas and outdoor clothing at the entrance, while the wardrobe can be used to hang clothes in the bedroom because it is rarely used. The house has a closet large enough.
Although the furniture showroom has become more accessible to the public, residents of the east town still have to take a tram to check the new beds, dressers, dining tables and sofas for their residences. Moreover, once a large piece of furniture (such as a porcelain cabinet or a piano) is purchased, customers usually have to pay an additional fee to transport it to their homes and indoors. A furniture delivery truck or van arriving nearby must have attracted a group of curious neighbors and young children.
Sellwood resident Harry Black founded Sellwood Furniture Company on 13th and Lexington in 1910. At this point, local residents do not have to spend time shopping in the city center on busy weekends. Shopping locally is getting easier. Harry made a lot of advertisements on THE BEE to attract customers, and the oil stove, bedroom and dining table were his most advertised products. One such ad suggests that smart housewives can buy a three-drawer princess dressing table with an oval mirror and curved drawers, decorated with exquisite carvings, for $18.50.
At the same time, Benton Furniture Company, located near the corner of 13th Avenue and Umatilla, provides workers with second-hand and affordable furniture, as well as "fine lines of lawn mowers and oil stoves." Other companies, such as the TF Bridges hardware and furniture store, provide complete furnishings-but advertisements for paint, wallpaper and builders' supplies indicate that they are actually more like a hardware store than a real furniture store.
In fact, living near furniture companies may make many residents feel uneasy, because in those days, Portland seems to have suffered a tragic fire. It is not uncommon for shops filled with wooden chairs, carpets, carpets, wood chips, varnish cleaners, and/or other flammable products to catch fire and threaten to burn down the entire community.
On the morning of Friday, September 6, 1918, Seywood witnessed such a catastrophic fire. Passengers waiting for the tram to reach 13th Street noticed smoke emanating from the back room of Saywood Furniture Company. Fortunately, the Sellwood Fire Station (Sellwood Fire Station) was only one block on the street and arrived within minutes. However, because there was no pump on hand and the water pressure of the fire hydrant was very low, the spread of the flame caused the fire chief to ask the other six fire stations for help.
Fire trucks and emergency vehicles responded from as far as No. 35 and southeast of Belmont, and an old carriage near Woodstock (Portland's last horse team) galloped up to help extinguish the flames. After the fire was put out, fearless spectators spent several hours transporting damaged livestock from the burnt building to a vacant store two blocks away. Obviously, not many people worried about inhaling dangerous smoke and smoke after a fire broke out at that time. Harry Black decided not to reopen his Seywood furniture store. Either he was discouraged by the delay in reconstruction, or he just found a cheap rental place. Although he and his wife continued to live in Sellwood, he opened a new store, Black's Furniture Store, in Lents on 92 and SE Foster Road (Lents).
However, in the second year, Seewood had a new furniture store, and the new owner Charles Shaw launched his own brand new "Chas. Shaw Furniture Store" with a flat glass storefront.
In the next 30 years, Chas. Shaw is a successful furniture store located at the southeast corner of 13 Tacoma Street and Southeast Tacoma Street, attracting motorists and commuters through busy intersections.
In 1949, the Shaw Furniture Store moved to Westmoreland, Charles' sons Robert and Kenneth took over the shares of "Chas. Shaw Furniture" until 1980 The final liquidation sale ended on January 30, and this store became the last scene of a conventional shopping destination in this ancient enterprise. This development led to Saywood’s pioneering furniture store owner Harry Black (Harry Black) decided to return from Lents to introduce "Black Sewood" to the public at the same corner of the 13th and Tacoma, but this time by his son Donald Black controls.
However, we haven't delved into this subject yet-because from the 1920s to the 1950s, in addition to Shaw's and Black's furniture stores, residents also had other choices of new and old furniture. Only a few of them are the Harvey Furniture Exchange (now called Spencer's Antiques) on 13th Street in Sellwood and the ideal furniture company run by Frank Busch along 17th Street. At the end of the discussion, we must point out that there is still a furniture store that has been opened in Sellwood so far-25 years old, and its name is familiar: Sellwood Furniture. It is located on SE 17 Street in Umatilla Street, next to the railroad tracks and spring trails. Nowadays, you can buy furniture in various shops around Portland...but is there nothing better than "local shopping"?
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This report called "Global School Furniture Market" is one of the most comprehensive and important additions to the Alexareports market research archive. It provides detailed research and analysis of key aspects of the global school furniture market. The market analyst who wrote this report provides in-depth information on leading growth drivers, constraints, challenges, trends and opportunities to provide a complete analysis of the global school furniture market. Market participants can use the analysis of market dynamics to plan effective growth strategies and prepare in advance for future challenges. Market analysts carefully analyzed and studied every trend in the global school furniture market.
Wooden furniture, metal furniture, plastic furniture, other furniture
Desks and chairs, bookcases, dormitory beds, blackboards, etc.
1) Obtain an in-depth analysis of the market and a comprehensive understanding of the global market and its business prospects.
2) Evaluate the production process, main problems and solutions to reduce development risks.
3) Understand the most influential driving forces and binding forces in the market and their impact on the global market.
4) Understand the market strategies that leading organizations are adopting.
5) Understand the future prospects and prospects of the market.
Production, consumption, income, market share and growth rate are the main goals of the school furniture market forecast in these regions from 2013 to 2025 (forecast):
What is the growth rate of the school furniture market?
What are the key factors driving the scale of the global school furniture market?
Who are the main manufacturers in the school furniture market?
What are the market opportunities, market risks and market overview of the school furniture market?
What are the sales, revenue and price analysis of top manufacturers in the school furniture market?
Who are the distributors, traders and dealers in the school furniture market?
What are the school furniture market opportunities and threats faced by suppliers in the global school furniture industry?
According to the type and application of the school furniture market, what is the sales, revenue and price analysis?
What is the sales, revenue and price analysis of the school furniture industry by region?
table of Contents
2020 global school furniture market analysis, including top companies, output, revenue, consumption, price and growth rate
1 market scope
1.1 Product details and introduction
1.1.1 Wooden furniture-product introduction and major manufacturers
1.1.2 Metal Furniture-Product Introduction and Major Manufacturers
1.1.3 Plastic Furniture-Product Introduction and Major Manufacturers
1.1.4 Other Furniture-Product Introduction and Major Manufacturers
1.2 Market snapshot
1.2.1 Overview of Major Companies
1.2.2 Market concentration
1.2.3 Six-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR)
2 Global school furniture market assessment by segment
2.1 Type breakdown estimation and forecast, sales volume (2015-2026)
2.2 Type breakdown estimation and forecast, sales value (2015-2026)
2.3 Application segmentation estimation and forecast by application (2015-2026)
3 Regional market analysis
3.1 China's school furniture market
3.1.1 Top companies leading the development of school furniture in China (2015-2020)
3.1.2 Sales of large companies in the Chinese market (2015-2020)
3.1.3 The price of school furniture in China (USD/unit), by type (2019-2020)
3.1.4 China Market Sales by Type (2015-2026)
3.2 EU school furniture market
3.2.1 Top companies leading the development of school furniture in the EU (2015-2020)
3.2.2 Sales of large companies in the EU market (2015-2020)
3.2.3 EU school furniture prices (USD/unit), by type (2019-2020)
3.2.4 European Market Sales by Type (2015-2026)
3.3 American school furniture market
3.3.1 Top companies leading the development of American school furniture (2015-2020)
3.3.2 Sales of major companies in the US market (2015-2020)
3.3.3 The price of school furniture in the United States (USD/unit), by type (2019-2020)
3.3.4 US Market Sales by Type (2015-2026)
3.4 Japanese school furniture market
3.4.1 Japan's leading school furniture development company (2015-2020)
3.4.2 Sales of major companies in the Japanese market (2015-2020)
3.4.3 Japanese school furniture prices (USD/unit), by type (2019-2020)
3.4.4 Japan Market Sales by Type (2015-2026)
3.5 Indian school furniture market
3.5.1 Top companies leading the development of school furniture in India (2015-2020)
3.5.2 Sales of major companies in the Indian market (2015-2020)
3.5.3 India school furniture price (USD/unit), by type (2019-2020)
3.5.4 India Market Sales by Type (2015-2026)
3.6 Southeast Asia School Furniture Market
3.6.1 Top companies leading the development of school furniture in Southeast Asia (2015-2020)
3.6.2 Sales of major companies in the Southeast Asian market (2015-2020)
3.6.3 The price of school furniture in Southeast Asia (USD/unit), by type (2019-2020)
3.6.4 Southeast Asian Market Sales by Type (2015-2026)
3.7 South American School Furniture Market
3.7.1 Top companies leading the development of school furniture in South America (2015-2020)
3.7.2 Sales of large companies in the South American market (2015-2020)
3.7.3 South American school furniture prices (USD/unit), by type (2019-2020)
3.7.4 South American Market Sales by Type (2015-2026)
4 Value Chain (Impact of COVID-19)
4.1 Analysis of School Furniture Value Chain
4.2 The impact of COVID-19 on the school furniture industry
4.2.1 Industrial policies under the epidemic
4.3 Costs in epidemic situations
4.3.1 Raw material cost
4.4 Channel analysis
4.4.1 Distribution channels under epidemic conditions
5 Regional Market Forecast (2021-2026)
5.1 Global School Furniture Sales and Growth Rate (2021-2026)
5.2 Global School Furniture Sales Value and Growth Rate (2021-2026)
6 Competitive Analysis of School Furniture
6.1 Herman Miller
6.1.1 Profile of Herman Miller
6.1.2 Herman Miller Product Introduction
6.1.3 Herman Miller School Furniture Production, Revenue (2015-2020)
6.1.4 SWOT analysis
6.2 HNI Company
6.2.1 Profile of HNI Corporation
6.2.2 Product Introduction of HNI
6.2.3 HNI Company School Furniture Production, Revenue (2015-2020)
6.2.4 SWOT analysis
6.3.1 Introduction of KI Company
6.3.2 KI Product Introduction
6.3.3 KI School Furniture Production, Revenue (2015-2020)
6.3.4 SWOT analysis
6.4 Steel box
6.4.1 Introduction to Steelcase
6.4.2 Steelcase Product Introduction
6.4.3 Steelcase School Furniture Output, Revenue (2015-2020)
6.4.4 SWOT analysis
6.5 Balun panel
6.5.1 Ballen Panels Company Profile
6.5.2 Ballen Panel Product Introduction
6.5.3 Barron Panel School Furniture Production, Revenue (2015-2020)
6.5.4 SWOT analysis
6.6 Education Edition
6.6.1 EduMax Company Profile
6.6.2 EduMax Product Introduction
6.6.3 EduMax School Furniture Output, Revenue (2015-2020)
6.6.4 SWOT analysis
6.7 Fleetwood Group
6.7.1 Introduction to Fleetwood Group
6.7.2 Fleetwood Group Product Introduction
6.7.3 Fleetwood Group School Furniture Production, Revenue (2015-2020)
6.7.4 SWOT analysis
6.8 Hz Furniture
6.8.1 Profile of Hertz Furniture Company
6.8.2 Hertz Furniture Product Introduction
6.8.3 Hertz Furniture School Furniture Production, Revenue (2015-2020)
6.8.4 SWOT analysis
6.9.1 Introduction of Nuoer Company
6.9.2 Nuoer Product Introduction
6.9.3 Nuoer School Furniture Production, Revenue (2015-2020)
6.9.4 SWOT analysis
6.10 Smith System
6.10.1 Smith System company profile
6.10.2 Smith system product introduction
6.10.3 Smith System School Furniture Output, Revenue (2015-2020)
6.10.4 SWOT analysis
6.12 Trayton Group
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Until February 5th. Featured with art classes and story time, watch the feeding, and watch the FPL Ecological Discovery Center Manatee Lagoon lecture. see
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Monday to Thursday, September 30 to 9:30, to 5 pm. Curated by Rolando Chang Barrero, the exhibition features works from Aaron Schwartz and the Miramar Cultural Center at the Anxin Family Art Museum. 954–602-4525.
Every day from 10 am to 4 pm (except Sunday), until March 10th. The work was created by a famous brown and black artist. See the Lighthouse ArtCenter gallery and 2D Studio at 373 Tequesta Drive, Tequesta Avenue. 561-307-3330.
Thursday, March 4, 1-2:30 pm. Weekly webinars will focus on film writing, acting, directing and editing. The recommended movies are available on Netflix, Amazon Prime and other online sources. Watch movies and participate in classes to have a lively and interactive discussion on Boca Raton's Zoom. Retirement Learning Institute, 561-883-0999.
. First class is free.
From 10 am to 5 pm, it lasts until March 28. The exhibition is composed of nearly 70 paintings and works on paper created by his brother Charles, showing some subtle and intimate works, showing the little-known Jackson Pollock. Four Arts Association, No. 102, Four Arts Plaza, Palm Beach. 561-655-7227.
. $10; Children under 14 are free.
1-3:30 pm every day. Spend a few hours exploring the long history of Fort Lauderdale and getting to know the family of the pioneers. Historic Fort Lauderdale, 231 Southwest Second Avenue, Fort Lauderdale. 954-463-4431.
. $15. Military personnel and children under 6 are free.
From 6 pm to 7 pm on February 1. Discussed with Douglas C. Evans, Executive Director of the Palm Beach Chamber Music Association and Marjorie Waldo, President and CEO of Delray Beach Art Garage. RSVP ASAP with Debbie Calabria, phone: 561-472-3330, for instructions on how to connect via Zoom. Or, visit
12:15 pm on February 11th. On the second Thursday of every month, together with the curatorial consultant Derek T. Davis, we will lead you into the Ely family world while you have lunch. Via Pompano Beach Arts' Facebook site.
February 13th and 27th at 8pm; March 13th and April 10th. Enjoy this streaming performance, enjoy some cool (virtual) jazz music, while chef Jose Andres raises funds for the World Central Kitchen. Held by Pinecrest Gardens at the Banyan Bowl Amphitheatre in Miami. 305-669-6990.
. $15 per show.
On February 17th, 6:30-7:30 pm with Anthony Abbate to host the "Architectural History of Stranahan House". The proceeds benefit the education program. 954-524-4736.
. $ 5- $ 10.
10 am to 8 pm on February 20. International artist Hunt Slonem exhibited this new series of previously unreleased artworks for the first time. New River Academy of Fine Arts, Fort Lauderdale E. Las Olas Blvd. 822. 954-524-2100.
Until 1-5 pm on February 28. This exhibition at the David M. Rubenstein American Collection includes historic American Bibles and religious texts, many of which are rarely displayed. Four art associations, and four art squares at 102 Palm Beach. 561-655-7227.
Ongoing activity. "From Pencil to Painting" by William J. Glackens will remain in the NSU Art Museum in Fort Lauderdale until spring. Watch the new exhibition of the South Florida Cultural Association and more virtual tours
Exhibition, from 5 noon on March 31 to March 31. Historical photos, contemporary images and "Coral City Cameras" are exhibited to provide visitors with an opportunity to understand the importance of protecting and preserving Biscayne Bay. Dade Heritage Trust, 190 12th Street, Southeast Miami. 305-910-3996.
The exhibition will last from 8 am to 5 pm on April 3. The museum’s current exhibition is represented by 140 works in its highly respected permanent collection, depicting Japan’s majestic history and thriving culture. Senkai Art Museum and Japanese Garden, 4000 Senkai Park Road, Delray Beach. 561-495-0233.
Sunday to May 9, 8 am to 5 pm. More than 100 dealers provide art, pottery, jewelry, paintings, furniture, carpets, sculptures, antiques, books, posters, knick-knacks, clothing, etc. 1100 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. 305-673-4991.
Every day until May 16. Hosted by Levis JCC, it contains more than 50 movies, as well as Q&A webinars and more. 561-558-2514.
. Each item starts at $4.99-$12 or more; the price starts at $59; the link is 72 hours. The public welcomes.
If weather permits, every day. Butterfly World has self-guided tours, workshops and lectures, and provides tips on gardening and caterpillar host plants. Watch the video on YouTube
. Buy gifts, plants, ladybugs or. 954-977-4400. Trade Wind Park, West W 3600, Coconut Creek. $22.50-$32.50.
Exhibited at the Boca Raton Museum of Art in September. Artist Renee Cox used modern people of color to reshape the signatories of the Constitution in a 12-by-15-foot photo in an attempt to eliminate stereotypes. 561-392-2500. See preview
Continue to the meeting in March. Peer support discussions will be held every week for male issues, female issues, LGBTQ, divorce and separation, widows and idols, and general life issues. Telemedicine conference. Call 561-483-5300.
. Youth support is free; everyone else recommends a monthly donation of $10.
Submit enquiries at any time; the answer is available: From 9 am to 5 pm, the health channel of South Florida PBS Radio (WPBT and WXEL) launched a free health consultation service. Through real-time chat with health consultants who provide immediate response, individuals can access general health and wellness information and answers. Ask Hanna can be checked online at the following website
Watch the 500,000 gallon Gulf Stream exhibit that includes sharks, tuna, demon rays, turtles, and more. Watch the video about "Bird Song and Monkey Business". Visit the Philip Patricia Frost Museum of Science in Miami
Ongoing activity. The Global Dance Company in Miami provides virtual artist speeches, interviews with choreographers and experts, and specialized educational courses. PLGDC@HOME is streaming on PATREON. Subscriptions start at $10 per month.
Ongoing activity. In this virtual classroom, guests of all ages can watch video art making workshops, step-by-step handicraft tutorials, video lectures and storybook reading. New content is added regularly. Frank Otis Art Gallery in Pembroke Pines. 954-392-2120. access
A short version of the world premiere of the best local artists. Online recording. 305-445-1119 or visit
The digital stage features a series of planned concerts, speeches, performances and art education activities. Virtually from West Palm Beach.
Activities and procedures on Zoom. Pre-register to download instructions and register for stories and songs about magical unicorns, or learn watercolor painting, how to design paper airplanes or watch a Latin-style cooking demonstration. see
Ongoing activity. This self-guided adventure will provide you with the knowledge and motivation to get them out to enjoy the beach, find cool natural treasures and help wildlife at the same time. Recommended for people of all ages. Gumbo Limbo Nature Center is closed, but your adventure awaits. Understand how
. 561-544-8605. free.
Watch the video and become a reef ranger; watch online skits about sea turtles, manatees and whales. Enjoy handicrafts or play BunnyPaloozza at the following places
Includes videos curated by all ages, including magic shows; zoom shows at the Miami Children's Museum; or "facts" with MODS. Meet the engineers of the NASA Artemis program; visit the Flamingo Garden; or celebrate the legacy of Stevie Wonder. see
It only costs $12 to watch a recorded show, or watch the free digital shorts, "ZoomTube" and "behind the scenes" features, while the stage at Lake Worth Theater is dark. Register for online courses. Get tickets
48 hours. see
Ongoing activity. Free classes include singing, acting, dancing and improvisation. Stay in touch with this online series. You can also follow
Page to access previous videos and content. see
And click Education @ Home or visit
Ongoing activity. The Discovery and Science Museum publishes a video in the morning of the week, which contains daily online activities, resources and educational content. STEM programs range from story time and hands-on activities to scientific presentations. access
Provided by Florida Atlantic University
Suitable for educators, students and curious neuro explorers of all ages. download
, A puzzle, test or experiment developed by researchers from the FAU Brain Institute. Listen to podcasts and watch videos at
Visit the Cornell Art Museum at the Old School Square in Delray Beach for 25 minutes. Watch the video on YouTube
. 561-243-7922 or
Ongoing activity. It has entertainment and educational program production functions, and provides videos for all ages. Including creative writing classes, visual and therapeutic arts, music, lectures, interviews, workshops, basics of theater, storytelling, etc. Others are freely available at any time. Go to visit Po Sam Beach Art
Watch the instructional video from
Expert chef Elvis Bravo cooks his favorite brunch or demonstrates how to prepare basic and professional cooking works. Check out the cooking demonstration on Galleria’s Facebook page at:
The time and date are different in the LLI of Xinxing Southeast University. Courses, demos and programs for seniors on Zoom. Register at
. 954-262-8471 or email
. $30 per month or $15 each.
Take a virtual tour or download ideas about home crafts. Activities include 360 views of the gallery space with clickable content; iSpy 360, an adventure through YAA while learning new vocabulary; and in-depth art classes. access
Visit the city hall and listen to the audio guide. Visit the library, music room or billiard room, listen to the gilded age decoration, then sneak into the grand ballroom to get a glimpse of its magnificence. The living room is decorated in Louis XVI style. Take a tour
Lectures and resources are provided online through the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation (GHOF) in Fort Lauderdale. 800-288-1227.
. Videos archived online. free.
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