As November arrives and the weather cools off, Sebring, Avon Park and Lake Placid, FL come alive with a wide variety of Art & Culture events for people of all ages to enjoy.
Bringing together our diverse art, culture, and nature organizations and their members, Visit Sebring’s Art & Culture Month in November is a salute to our cultural and artistic treasures and their impact on the Sebring area.
This month, we shine the spotlight on our art & cultural partners and give them the attention they deserve while raising Sebring’s art & culture profile. We encourage you to immerse yourself as we amplify the arts and celebrate the culture of our community during Visit Sebring’s Art & Culture Month 2021.
Snap and share your experiences on social media channels by using #SebringACM throughout the month of November.
Nov. 13: 35th Annual Civilian Conservation Corps Festival
Florida folklorist Robert Stone will present Florida Cattle Ranching: Five Centuries of Tradition with accompanying Cowboy Art. Festival highlights include Florida Highwaymen paintings and art vendors from the area. Two members of the Florida Artists Blacksmith Association will forge a fish wall sculpture as a silent auction work. The Sebring High Jazz Band will play traditional numbers from the 1930s and 40s. It’s all happening at Highlands Hammock State Park from 10am-4pm. Info: FriendsofHighlandsHammockStatePark.org