Venice Florida Culture
The culture of the Venice area can be traced through the exhibits and buildings of Historic Spanish Point (941-966-merican artifacts, a pioneer home, chapel and cemetery, and the classic gardens of Mrs. Potter Palmer. Website: http://www.historicspanishpoint.org The Venice Symphony The Venice Symphony season is from December thru April. Ticket information: 941-412-4725 Website: http://www.thevenicesymphony.org  The Venice Opera Guild is an outreach and fundraising arm for the Sarasota Opera, promotes interest in opera, brings professional singers from the Sarasota Opera to the Venice membership meetings and presents 24 opera singers in an annual Opera Gala performance at the Venice Community Center. 941-484-7446 or check http:www.sarasotaopera.org The Venice Theatre (941-488-1115), recognized as one of the most successful, non-profit community theaters in the country, entertains with full-scale musicals, one-act plays, other stage productions, and a summer children's theater. Website: http://www.venicestage.com The Venice Art Center  (485-7136) is open year-round for exhibitions, classes and the sale of original artwork. Website: http://www.veniceartcenter.com/ The Venice Community Center (861-1380), seating more than 1,200, is the venue for cultural, civic, and business activities during the year. The Venice Public Library (861 1330) is a National Literary Land mark, housing an exhibit honoring Walter Farley, author of "The Black Stallion." The Francis T. Bourne Jacaranda Public Library (861 1260) is situated in an environmentally protected area set aside for nature study. A butterfly garden overlooks the neighboring lake and fountain.
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Venice Florida Culture
The culture of the Venice area can be traced through the exhibits and buildings of Historic Spanish Point (941-966-merican artifacts, a pioneer home, chapel and cemetery, and the classic gardens of Mrs. Potter Palmer. Website: http://www.historicspanishpoint.org The Venice Symphony The Venice Symphony season is from December thru April. Ticket information: 941-412-4725 Website: http://www.thevenicesymphony.org  The Venice Opera Guild is an outreach and fundraising arm for the Sarasota Opera, promotes interest in opera, brings professional singers from the Sarasota Opera to the Venice membership meetings and presents 24 opera singers in an annual Opera Gala performance at the Venice Community Center. 941-484-7446 or check http:www.sarasotaopera.org The Venice Theatre (941-488-1115), recognized as one of the most successful, non-profit community theaters in the country, entertains with full-scale musicals, one-act plays, other stage productions, and a summer children's theater. Website: http://www.venicestage.com The Venice Art Center  (485-7136) is open year- round for exhibitions, classes and the sale of original artwork. Website: http://www.veniceartcenter.com/ The Venice Community Center (861-1380), seating more than 1,200, is the venue for cultural, civic, and business activities during the year. The Venice Public Library (861 1330) is a National Literary Land mark, housing an exhibit honoring Walter Farley, author of "The Black Stallion." The Francis T. Bourne Jacaranda Public Library (861 1260) is situated in an environmentally protected area set aside for nature study. A butterfly garden overlooks the neighboring lake and fountain.
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