• Chamber Blog

  • Thursday, April 8, 2021
    Member Spotlight - Winter Park Playhouse

    After a year of endless Netflix, the opportunity to see live theatrical performances feels like having a Thanksgiving dinner after months of leftovers. Live musical theater has returned at The Winter Park Playhouse, and they have a full lineup of events and performances for 2021.

    Stephanie Biddle

    Thursday, March 11, 2021
    Member Spotlight - Dogtopia

    Dogtopia Winter Park is the one-stop, high-end place for dogs to go play, vacation or have a spa day. Offering doggie daycare, boarding and spa/grooming services, Dogtopia is a can’t-live-without-it business for all dog owners.

    Stephanie Biddle

    Friday, February 5, 2021
    Valentine’s Day Weekend Date Ideas in Winter Park: 14 Ways to Celebrate Love on the 14th

    There are more ways than one to create a memorable and romantic weekend together for Valentine’s Day or even a special outing to celebrate Galentine’s Day. With art, theater, music, movies, chocolate, wine, water and parks, the opportunities are plentiful and truly exciting. Get planning now because many will sell out.

    Stephanie Biddle

    Thursday, October 1, 2020
    Economic Recovery Task Force Meeting Summary

    The Winter Park Economic Recovery Task Force, a joint effort of the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce and City of Winter Park, met Tuesday and reviewed the City Commission’s feedback following last week’s update presentation.

    Robin Swann

    Thursday, August 27, 2020
    Wednesday’s City Commission Meeting Summary

    Wednesday’s City Commission Meeting Summary

    Robin Swann

    Wednesday, August 26, 2020
    Autumn Art Festival Poster Raises Money For THRIVE Winter Park

    Local artist Heidi Lifrage loved seeing people enjoy Central Park this spring during the pandemic lockdown. Picnicking, reading, talking and just enjoying the warm Florida weather while social distancing each day and evening brought folks out to the park to just relax and spend quality family time together. She was so inspired by it that she took some photos and turned the scene into a painting that captures the essence of a small community finding some solace in a crisis.

    Stephanie Biddle

    Wednesday, June 24, 2020
    Winter Park City Commission Meeting Summary

    Winter Park City Commission Meeting Summary

    Robin Swann

    Wednesday, June 10, 2020
    News From Winter Park City Commission Meeting

    Micromobility restrictions on roadways, construction noise limitations and traffic data studies in anticipation of an Orange Avenue Overlay were among the topics discussed in Monday’s City Commission meeting.

    Robin Swann

    Tuesday, May 26, 2020
    Bach Festival Society Board Establishes John V. Sinclair Endowed Fund For Artistic Direction

    For three decades, John V. Sinclair has presided over the Bach Festival Society’s artistic programming, growing the organization’s Choir, Orchestra, artistic reputation, and audience. To honor this important anniversary, the Board of Trustees has established The John V. Sinclair Endowed Fund for Artistic Direction.

    Leesa Bainbridge

    Wednesday, May 20, 2020
    Lane Technology Solutions Helping Businesses Survive the Pandemic

    The COVID-19 pandemic has made IT an indispensable part of the equation for working remotely and staying in business.

    Stephanie Biddle