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If you like crafting, then you will LOVE Design and Dine. has been revamped with a new concept & a new leader; Yvonne Nathanson. Theme - Christmas Decorations. Bring your lunch to Design and Dine today, 11 AM - 2 PM. Ages 12 and older.




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If you like crafting, then you will LOVE Design and Dine. has been revamped with a new concept & a new leader; Yvonne Nathanson. Theme - Christmas Decorations. Bring your lunch to Design and Dine tomorrow, 11 AM - 2 PM. Ages 12 and older.













So many rings! Got these for a bigger project in the upcoming year. What are your 2020 project plans?




I'm deep in the Landmark history album for - definitely in essay crisis mode now since we welcome the first guests on 16/12! - an utterly gorgeous little building it is. James Wyatt, 1796-8, slate clad, stunning plasterwork, then and now again. Bravo !



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If you like crafting, then you will LOVE Design and Dine. has been revamped with a new concept & a new leader; Yvonne Nathanson. Theme - Christmas Decorations. Bring your lunch to Design and Dine Friday, 11 AM - 2 PM. Ages 12 and older.







Check out these wreaths that our Craft Club made at the Seminole County Public Library last week! Join us on Monday, December 30th at 3:30 pm to build your own snow globe.






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KATAMAMA, BALI

Employing local artisans and materials is one of the best ways a hotel can integrate with its community and minimise the impact of its construction. Katamama, the first hotel from the team behind Bali’s groovy Potato Head Beach Club, has done it with aplomb. The uniquely deigned angular exterior of this property in buzzy Seminyak was crafted from more than a million hand-pressed Balinese bricks. Inside, it’s filled with the work of regional craftspeople – from custom ceramics in the lobby-cum-cocktail bar to tie-dyed slippers and hand-made wooden furniture in the bedrooms. Katamama is a showcase of how modern design and heritage can come together to striking effect. katamama.com